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MONDAY, JAWUArtY I, 19ii.
PAGE FOUR THE CALUMET NEWS Founded 1oS0. DAILY EXCEPT PUN DAT. Published By The MINING GAZETTE CO. AT CALUMET, MICHIGAN. M. W. Yoyna Iditer. W. M. Lyon. By. Mgr. Publication and Printing offlca, 14 Fifth Street. Ca'uraet, Ba tared at the Post Office at CaJamc' Mlchlfan. as Second Claaa Mall Ma:tr. TELEPHONES. Buainasa efnet Editorial raoma HANCOCK OFFICE Elk' Templs. 512 HOUGHTON OFFICE. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: By Mri! or Car- ej Par year (to advance) WM Par yaar (not to advance) fi-W Per month Btor taaua w Old oabac tiber wtthlaff to cnanre their address- trust furnlah old a well aa new ad Ireeeea in New mhocriptior.s may hy tulipBiaa.. mall or carrier, or to person at tha company ads'tta rnmnlifnii or lrresularitv In de!?T- ery win receiva Investigation. pi ana i:;runi MONDAY. JANUARY 8. 19li The Ice thank you. crap la dome; very wwil. Thla aort of weather ourfat to freese up all tbe cermo anya-a Rueaia ha dec ided to bar tbe Salva tion Army Thl army, you aee, la try ir. ' !.'. ;- ; initend of MBBaT them. In olden day the emperor af China wn known a Brother to the Sun. but tbe new president of China 1 the Sun himself. Treasury official repo a shorts of fl biila. didn t know It without thst there la ust as If we report from Our Ides of a res! optimist is U. L. Bsuaer. csmpaisn manager for Can J -date LaFollette. He i sure the sena tor will be nominated. with Hill at be traverse tha Msay stretch of gtlateaitos; track that eventually would lead him to Buartor Canyun. Tbe iaaslfar heat I rrteaquej aha; ae ci aid a lit n of thla thrtlitor nsrratlve our rder Bl ha-. - tt a a.: until our BfB Mil comes up In tbe Baaatai I ist tbe it is bBBbBbBJM I rbsirman of the fcT.a- "-rr Paaartt na. Beasstor MeCuasber. w.ll ask attscv.on for a aunstttute measure em hawylns; both see aad service features. amount of additional diaburse from the treasury which would for If tha Sherwood bill were to Become a law baa haaa est at sevesrty.fiYe mlnVoa doUsra per fteV ansa. It la eah-Mlated thstt Senator stcCusnoera measure, if enar-ted. will cost tha country only between aev en teen and tw4ct .four milwons It would be p?firrt4 by many brave ourvlvura of th Union army dur'nc the Civil War who do acK want to aee the pen a.or. sti BraaajM Ma ::.. AND STILL THEY COM E. Governor BtuO;s of Kansas, Pro Craasive Republican, also comes oat far CoL Roosevelt aa ths only asan tha Republican can anl .hould elect thla rear. He says: "Colonel R'MseveH Is not only the loplcsl candidate f,r president at this time, but he la the only one who ia eure to win. Personally I am very fond of H-ntor jl PaHaMa andreaard j,lm as a (treat constructive statement, but I have not enmuraired any general movement for him In Kansas bscsuae I am fully convinced that Colonel Roosevelt is the only man who can he depended upon to uln" It's getting to be fulte the fashion for Progressive Republican to land on Candidate la Follette. Many of the prominent Progressives courteous ly recognize liltn fiH a ajnat leader In the Konate, but do not consider him Just the man for the presidency Roosevelt Is plainly the more popular of the two. The la PoUsttt boom 1 getting flatter -'try flay. GOOD NEWS FOR U. P. Premier Horden, leader of tin "Hnn dian Conservative, 1 carrying to the extreni limit the ilread of the Amer Icon In th Dominion, which, he In elsts, w written Bsta the return In the Iat election. The government will cease to try to Induce farmers t leave th t'tilted Rtnto and asalHt in the osrvalopment of sparsely nettled prfivlncs; It will work to stim ulate Immigration from Kngland and Scotland. There I to he no more advertising In the United Htnte of Canada's re aouroea nnd attractions, lest Ameri cans think that they are wanted north of th International boundary This will pleaae upper peninsu la people, generally speaking. Many of our citizens have been going Into the Canadian northwest when they could have done better right here nt hotnt We have the right kind of soil nnd climatic conditions for successful ng rlctilture, nnd nowhere In our own Northwest nr Canadian northwest Is there a region more noted foi diversity and quality of crops. REV. Rl CHE SON. jrrr.rrrr. to do exx out we . The Re There n,ay V,f I . convicted and that by be might aave tola miserable life, cent ilrrk.pmt the treng:bned the hand of the arose- cuth-n and sasde B KKhsea weal J escape if he stood teal He himself realised thl. coal- Had the cae haaa weak there ia naaaa to bebeve he would have eMcted to hr, chancea w ith the Jury The one thing. aade from the waai toaelf. that appalls and aT la i tne fact ttwt Rtcbesoa kept eai pi ia Bla the coapei tUadinr i the aUlM af Ma Maeier every Bandar, after he had a' -atroyed an tna-eat young utri. ami woaid have rone rtrht on procaine had not a Boston newspaper looked to to the death of A via Unnell and to : crested the authorities with the result that Richsson was arrested and charr ed with poisonlas; hftr "wrbt r crlte he mas! And now he seeks to atone, "to a menaure." for hie crtoaa. Ufe la not far each aa he: If he Irved a thousand years we doubt he could atoae far hia act. Bh araouia an example of. aactaty must protect Itself. tiwelv vrn n;: bb"v Oov. Oahora. aa well aa a great any other good Republicans, are ooa Inced that unleaa the aharply anta-L.nlati.- factona are weeded In some Mr wa hi pe : party vat - " know thst Lhey cannot be broua: te:her by Mr. Tsft r Mr. La Fol letts So the crux of hia recent Lan sinc address was contained la the fol iosrtaT paraavaph: If be la really interested in pro greasive Republicanism aad in the aelfarr of the Republksn party. 1 nreasss that be w.thdraw as a candi date. Join me to aakinx President Taft to withdraw, and then pern. it the parry to settle upon Albert J. Beveridpe Theodo re RrKaeelt aa a mniljsjti for President. I p with him to either man Thla will calm tbe conditions in the party, aup ply a candidate w ho has tbe reaper aad confidence of the people, insure an administration that will make for the blrheet waifsre of the country', and will present s front to the ene n.v that will be In vincible. " This, it will be observed, is an kt Tito Hon to Mr. LaFollette, a test of ibe sincerity of hia assertions that he la aacklnt the succeas and the wel fare and the restored unity of '.he Bapahlican party. If these assertions are true, be has the chance to prove them true, and the opportunity to help to solidify the party on some candidate more likely to be elected than himself or Mr. Taft. Of easjapa there are Republicans, convince that tbe party cannot win with Mr. Taft or LaFollette. who may also dissent from Has gWBnTa bellK that Mr Beverldge or Mr. p.- ...: aa the nominees can reunite the pait. Nevertheless, the fact remains that Oov. oaborns pur pose in aee kins; ta accentuate the rapid. 1) iTowlna; feellnr that a compron.l should be s.jgi.t. is timely and im pressive In its expression and f. THE ASSOCIATED CHARITIES. The Duluth Eei;. K Herald has the llonng to say core erning the Duluth ssoclated Charities, which applies 1th equal pat at to the Aseoclated bar! ties of Calumet: "What reate whatever hostility 'here is ' orgar.iz.d . hanty there isn't near!" m much aa there was and there will ha still less as time goes on probably la the fact that the. AaSo ctaasd Charities has other alma than merely to give money or food or cloth ing or fuel to those who ask for It. Its aims, briefly and Informally stated, are as follows: First, to a;le temporary relief to the deserving needy S nd to l, Mjr. that the deserv ing needy ar. r.vrd through the alsorptlon of a part of the available charity by the unde"rv!rig. "Third and most Important, to put the por on their feet and make them self-supporting and nelf-respecting a rapidly as may be. "Indiscriminate harlt, flowing from eountb-ss public, Hemi-publl' am! pri vate sources, bewids relieving need 'I'. e these wron tblnga: "lacking means of ascertaining the rally desen-jng and of knowing what others are doing, it overlooks, many of th most deserving and by overlapping sometime heaps a surjiltj upon Home who, though insistent, are not Asaar I tig. "lacking any ulm Init tho praise irapthp one of relieving thono who are in distress, it often pauerlz.e Its ben eft larle by making their dependence NBOffj charity permanent. Charity is hateful to moat people, no matter how great their greed. But when It Is once 1 Ptaa It is easier to accept It a sec ond time. Krom that acceptance a I positive demand for It Is an easy step, from th.it to habitual reliance upon it Instead of upon one's own efforts Is another short and easy step. The chur itahly incline.) whose generosity has brought this about have done great harm. "To turn a dependent upon chaiits Into a self-reict lug and self-sup-ortlng citizen is a -plendld Ih.i , "To turn an unfortunate, temporarily dep. ndeni apae the bounty of others. Into a habitual suppliant for charity is a wrong to the Individual and a wrong to society. 'Indiscriminate private charity very often does this wrong. Organized scientific charity alms, besides reliev ing need, to safeguard the poor and the public against the evils of making paupers through misguided generosltr . "Associated charities Is doing good work. II des-rve ,,ur moral and fln aaeShl gsaasst, The money that you v Ish to give to charity should bt, used under Its supervision. If you have (1l'., efed . a.t s thai mi hli-ve to be desening you should take Its advice. It Is always willing to investigate and THE REV. RICHESON Why We al Up T T T bb -e lBs. 3K ana j I I : w r::. ;micAL SVSTEM OF A GREAT COMMERCIAL NATION is sc Ms BATSU e:e: that even a threat of war is VERY DSTtRBAS AND HARVFLL WHILE A WAR WITH ANY OTHER GREAT POWER WOLLD CAUSE INCALCULABLE DAMAGE. IS j IT IS MCE NECESSARY NOW THAN EVER BEFORE THAT E MPDULP EE f.av PREPARED AND THAT EVERY OTHER B9W BJSOm II wSDESTASD THAT. WHILE SEEKING PEACE, WE ARE PREPARED FCR WAR. - FAT! TX TI1E REAR of the leading naval powers in projected naval construction. A total of FORTY BATTLESHIPS, with s proportional num ber of other fighting and auxiliary vessels, is the least that will place our country on a SAFE BASIS in relation with other world powers. The completion of the Panama canal, probably in the latter part of 1913, will immensely INCREASE THE EFFICLEXCY and mo bility of our battle fleet and will make it possible, as it is desirable to have the fleet spend a part of its time on the PaciGc coast. . r ...... BELIEVE COLONEL IS A CANDIDATE POLITICIANS IN WASHINGTON OF OPINION ROOSEVELT IS AIM ING AT PRESI DENCY. Washington. Jan. 8 That Theodore Rooeevelt is aiming to be the Republi can candidate for presidency of tho DBshnJ States is the practically un animous opinion of political Wash ington. WMta the strenuous efforts of Olfford Pincht and James R. Oarfleld la prevent the indorsement of any can I: late iii th. i hio progressive con vention have exhibited the latest symptom Indicating ambition In Oyster Ray, thtse have been preceded by oth er at ciirrences which politicians here regard as forming a chain of evidence that .Mr. Roosevelt is willing to go be fore the Chocago convention. Ills friends have been saying for some time that he would make no statement taking himself out of the field so com pletely that he could not get back. Proifes' Ive Republicans here have even gaea further and used the word "know" In connection with the sur mises on' ernlng Roosevelt's uttltude. They bavt liatllai him to be a can didate and were not surprised that 110081 PlajthOt and iurfield should have i o.ed loaven and earth in order to prevent an Indoraement for Senntor Ia pollctte. It is believed here that President Taft Is fairly well convinced that ha mut contest with Rooaevelt before IBS campaign Is over. This be lief, it is asserted, It not based so much to determine whether aid Is needed ind deserved and 'what form It should take." "THIS DATE IN HISTORY. 1C42 --Oalileo the astronoim-r. d.ed. F. rn In Pisa. Feb IS, 164. 17.il -First issue of the Soulh Caro lina Gazette at Vharleston. 1K15 Americans under Oen. Andrew Jackson defeated tin- British under 'Sen I'aken'; mi at New Orleans, the last Important battle of the War of 1X12. ISI Gen. James Longsttcet, noted Conic dcrate commander, born In South Oaraltaa, Mad near Gainesville. G.t , Jan. 2, 1904. 1824 Wllkie Collins, famcu novel ist. bafP In London. Died there, Sept. 23, 1K!. 1 K4! Penny Post established in Maaaachusetts. H54 I'nnio Albert Victor ( Uuke of Clarerc . i boril, Mad Jan. 14, 1S92. IBM dtuyattal aaythraal at Hono lulu suppressed by the olo Gvcin-m-nt. I "i I rwcnty-slx lives lost in an orphan a'lum tire in Roe hesler. N. Y. Fraicling for crimes was ubnilshcd in l:ri"iaiicl in 1822. The laburnum tree- come from the Alpine ic-nloiis of Kurope, and the com mon lilac and the horse chestnut front Persia. THE OLSON ESTATE TORliiTimEraiJERTAmHG SCOTT ST. CALWRET MICH. TELEPHONE NORTH 41. Need an to Date Navy : v N I MIUR. Secretary of the Nawr TTORT of U aun3a, ipoluiing ths l.reacnt, bbbms ib futilitv aad danger -.c to tb GOOD WILL AND FAIR DSAXLXu or eren to atikirriti1- binding treaties bet worn . . - - : paTBBMBBsl of a iutii ii"s e vt-r-cafk rifts wl inter tats, sad witliont doubt tbe time is remote when s comparatively un armed sad helpless nation may be reasonably safe from attack by ambitions, well armed potr en especially in a commercial age such as the present. upon exact information from oyster Bay as from failure to learn, after inquiry, mat where the colonel stands. In other words. It is the opin ion here among the friends of .Mr Taft that the reports from yt i Hay hav e been "unsatisfactory," thus com pelling the inference that the colonel would step Into the field If the signs a ere right. . . . .. . , As th" political experts here frame tt up the K'.oscve-lt rUtarmign is ai the stage of "trying It onllie. dog " No one alleges that tpe cokael, . even In his own mind. Is actually a candidate to ' 1'i.sidnnt Tntl or Hiirely In tends to be. but, it ds 111 inly believ ed by his enemies, and la not denied by his friends, thut tinv eelonol i1 arttMng to test the .Hc.atirnenA of, the country gjl to his can ltdii'-y-i Should he con clude that the autl-tUjgd Ivrm idea, the, resentment of the Taft men and se cret knifing by IsansjajntaJ disciples of Ijk Follette anitld tip the scale tho wrong way. he would, announce thai he was not n candidal.) and would not be. On the other Hand, should the lories affirming his candidn y which ar- now t.einiV .sent from Washington and elsewhere piovvibt on apparently spoiitaneotiH demand fr his service, he would consent to listen to the call of the people. The effect upon tho Republicans nf the south of even a hulf belief that Roosevelt might be voted for in the Convention doubt le ss would be to cnuse the southern states to nend unpledged delegates to Chicago. Roosevelt prob ably is as strong in the south as-Taft. With the Taft strength In the south broken and the eager support of his thousands of admirers In every north- rn state-, Roosev e lt could probably come near stampeding the Chicago Convention. In any event the possl- : 8URttY BREAKS THE : MOST SEVERE COLD. - The most severe cold will be brok en, and all gtttxpe misery ended ufter taking a dose of Pa pes Cold Com pound every two hours until three con secutJve dosea ure taken. You will distinc tly feel all the dis agreeable symptoms leaving after the very first dose. 'Hie most miserable headache, dull ness, bend and nose stuffod up. fever- Ishness, sneezing, running of the nose sore throat, mucuous catarrhal dis charges, soreness, stiffness, rheuma tism pains and older distress van ishes. Rape's Cold Compound Is tbe result of three years' research at a cost of more than fifty thousand dollars, and contains no unlnlne. which we 1mv coic lusivc ly demonstrated la not ef fecttva in the treatment of colds or grippe. Take- this harmless Compound as elii.t.d with the knowledge that there is no other mediulne mad.- nnv uhcie ele in the world, which will cure- voiir oaM or end Grippe misery as prom'ptl nnd ithout any other as slst.uico or bHd after-effects as a 25 cent pnekage of I'ap' Cold Com noiind which anv druaaaM In the world can supply. CTJRREN1 MOHAWK M..hV i JUlU.raT of mineral for M.aa pounds which MM slight Tbe crosscut at the X. level af N 6 " P""5 through the Kearsarse vePt. showing a very healthy formu ,n and arring gtnvl commercial values The shaft will ,.nt.r.a. Bait The SOS level at No. shaft la au called because It , 01 responds with the ninth level In the shafts to the n. rth. It I alPatBj only the sixth lefal in No. aha ft. Mohawk dlie.tors met thla week and announced tin semi-annual dividend af Ji OO a share, payable February a Bl -tcKkh.cl.b r of record January l1h This Is un in. crease of Ha a l.are over the dividend paid six months ago. The increase was generally expected, and aa the ..mpany earned In 1SII approximately $2.f.O a share, a fair amount v.as added to the surplus dividend ;iburementa. OJIBWAY Ojibway Is shipping an itvernge of two cars of rock dully la the Tamarack st uupmll'. Aa yet, the munageinent has not made public rtisults "f milling, but It Is said that the ock which has so far boon stamped will ahow an average ; . r content of close to 16 pounds. An ua!estnent of $1."0 a share Is due on ojlbway stock J. tiuary Huh. This has discouraged some prospective buy :ng of the shares. If njlbv.ay is able to obtain 16 pounds of copper per ton of rock slumped, this result cun be re. yarded as very satisfactory and the stock Is worth more than th- present selling price. NIPISSING Xipissing shares broke below $6 this week and the selling was said to be for inside accounts. There was s flight rally from the low price but the action of the stock ! fur from satisfactory. It indicates tho likelihood of a cut In the BBBftafff dividend disbursements, and also a falling off in ore reserves. The net value of Nlplsslng's product for December was $240,000. Of this fully 80 dcine Horn the mill which treats tho high grade ore. II B estimated that the production for lflll totalled 4,710.0f)i) ounces of silver having a net value of $2,400,000. LAKE SUPERIOR & ARIZONA The Magma Copper company, which bad for a year on option on the property of the lake Superior Arizona company, permitted this option to lapse on January 1. Tile bono office ecf I,. S. ft A. was advised this week of this action. The Magma company desired to purchase a small part or the- L. S. K A. property and also some of the aajUlpmsnt, but this proposition was not favciiublv consid ered l s. & A. dine teas no t this week fa rec eive- the news, but took no action on any plan looking toward the resumption of work r disposing of the. property to any other interests. MINING NOTES. Calumet & Arizona in December produced 4.4Kli,0(() pounds of blister Copper, Franklin contemplates employing an ndditlonal :toti men about the 1st of February. New Raltic should reach the second of its two known lodes on the fiOO level In about ten days. The second section of th Chlno mill was put In opera bllfty of his candidacy would swell the' list of unpledged delegates from all over tbe country and make lire re r.ominutlon r president Taft dltlicult. With its line political imagination r.ow at lively at work, Washington ul ready has selected Judsoll Huimnn as General Wood Deplores Exodus of Horses Needed For Government v- i a' r " ', 1 - . r . , f , ' V , "vtsr j t- 'tit P.' 4df r ' . af . ' '' '. ' ''hy "snw Ik h r. JWh, ;nl m&m:.. f c : - WiiK!L Photo cooyright by American I'm In his annual repent Majoi Jeneral Wood, chief of staff haaasaaea country. The matter touches tha mounted service In such Its. wa x hat ""' f ' I N Wbllaothrr countries atock. Gene,,, w I mjt American l.rmlers are ahlpplug tlrlr "fo k fallen off since asvetnl state oar. ataaei law, udreraa to honm rfBaS GOSSIP OF THE Continued from Tare 2. I l,"n lust bycIi December waa I.-j u rlly. increaae over Nov.m loiiing the L'l.OOO.OOO pounds previoaa month. The Installation t-iaiiklln 1m about after providing for the "logical 'candidate of the Demo c rats if Roosevelt is nominated by the Republicans. It Is calculated thut the- brofireaalve Democrats then would have DO object In bidding for progress ive Republican votes and would seek a middle-of-the-road mun ns their Aa0clatlon. COPPERS iukI Is sai l i" be cvonung very siuouuc month of Oeceinbei, Mutte mines proei.p eel af copper, a slight lie lease over the nf the new surface equipment at completed, ami within the In N I (iuyi produitlon will be resumed. The Newport mine at ironwooJ, un independent Iron ore pioducer. this Week added 4U0 man to It pay roll Thla ladtoataa improvement in the Iron nnd stvel tndusiry. There might be some Important developments on tho 2.K00 level of North Hutte within the next ten day;. Tha IMIth May vein may be ncountered In that time Superior & Boston should be wutc hed in the next week M two. If the company opens up oro of high grude on the 1,200 cevel the stock can easily advance two or three pi. lots. As yet no announcement of un oflleiul nature hae be.-n trade concerning the basis for consolidation of Inspiration and I.lvu Oak. It Is geneially belleVefl thpt it will be i !ose to four for one. The Cij.per Producers' statement will be published next Monday and proinl-e to show a further decrease in t he surplus. Estimates run all the way from fjaS,BN la oon.ooo pounds decrease. It Is understood thut drifting on the second level at Houghton Copper Is showing up some very promising ground. The stoc k has been stronger as a conseuitence, but the muikct Is very nuriow for this Issue. There is some talk ef an early increase In the Homestako dividend from fifty cents par month to nn occasional .5 cents monthly disbursement. The completion of the pair electrical equipment will result in considerable saving. Shannon's product for Dsaetahsf wus 1 ,2.",t!.om) pounds of cooper, slight increase over November. For the v.-m-endtag December :lst, Shannon produced !fi??f,00 pound i of copper against IS, 000. 000 pounds produced in Ifllt, It is unuerstood that the Summit Copper company ahH abandoned its option on the r.ibson property. This uctlon is said to have been due to the lack of funds with which to continue operations and also make payments on the pioperty. A special meeting of Tamarack shareholders wus held this week, when tt was voted to continue the corporate cslstance of the company tor thirty years from January IS. 1912. Out of the t.o.ouii shares outstanding them were voted 4.1.-I11 shafts. Oood buying of Isle Roycb- continues to be noted, and it is said that (he company is making good profits with copper selling above 14c a pound. With this prtco perma nently established lor copper, it will not take long be fore Isle Royale ca enter the ranks of dividend payers. Centennial Is being qulatty plcke.l up by well pa tad Ijike Superior Inve ' s who regard this issue ns offering i-revnt speculative possibilities. The company is opening up some rich groin & nnd. r Wolverine, and this Improved condition should be shortly reflect'.,! In an increased output and better results I i copper conUnts of the rock stamped. - ' most promising candidate. Harmon, II Is figured, could carry the solid south. ould be almost sure of New York, would stund a chance in Massachu-sett.-c, New Jersey and CoanSCttOUt, and certainly could carry Ohio and perhaps In. It. no. Thoroughbred Mounted Service. a hi'". t"'', from tbt. 7 S ?f nUb Portance to In- . TV '" ,n,',or,ln thoroughbred demad bw - -- . 1 vacst jraaa i - aamacaasM nt lc II