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SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1912
THE CALUMET NEWS. PAGE SIX MfNES AND MINING, STOCKS Brokers' Gossip Osceola. The Narta Bmnws braaon i i tfrii iiiiiM-. which shov, .hi aituiil lor to the eeenpaai otariag the year itn ir - st-nt ;i cct iliHVr-nt ggfNIOt, hi it relation to th- l rt-jiHurv -i the iMiook; Pnf llH 00 " fifteen MM ni.irk.ci than ll il4 n a tul- eoat IMllI n.arkot. Lust or, while trio rack i,.rn,.iRe from the North K- arsara- ;i unusually lu-uvy, Uk- poi ci ntagi of re turn to the ton of rm'k handled was gaaeJl t'.i.it there wan no actual gfntal in oBUfOltng this aeettOO of the pr i rt nt, 1 ah th.' earnlntfi camo from the Smith Kiarsaruc .nil if the iinn- ertv. RmUiIm that this ead of thai OaaaOOft has but a limited life not more than six yours, at tho present ro k tonnao rat.-, a f;ooi main ,. lc have ignred that the future of the m col i as wh'ilr s not n I as om of tlie enthusiastic osi-cla shut cholders r tend ti htlU'W. How -INT. North Koarsargv. while not mak ing any money last year is koIhk " 1' a moat profHuhh uroriv -or this year, for th reason that there is lately ob- Mixed a Blnclit hetternient in th.- , null ity of rock h-i'nlle.l ami I in . 1' kgtM t priee of th,- nit i ll chanues this mine from a lotna; raattere ts a paying proi.isit i n. The saSM think is ti "i tho .In (.. i.i . tioii "t the n. me. which is likely to resume operations tarfeJal tli" eoneTBf summer. CALL M ET & ARIZONA. Crosscuttmg m Br.ggs Shaft Continues In R.ch Ore. 'r. s-uttiiir in the l'.rips is Ik ins ci.ntimn-d by the & A. company ami this work continue in the yplendid loimation of ri.h ie that VII n . rtni last w.-ok, j-ays the Btajhaa lb -view It M this strike in the UrlKks shafi to which many attribute the stock advance but this is only 0M In. nlent that lrads to the rise of the shares to more nearly their intniiM. ytuaa. The inttinK through from th- ii t to the Hoataoi) is one of Un rally important d. looim nt at th district. The plan for draining tin mines of both con.punies through the ..tie puiniiintr station hy the C and A with Ihe t'opper Queen lK-ariir its pro rata l MqHMMM lias oe. n pre iou.s ly des, r.i.iil in tins.- coiiimn.- and the prettent e rinecti .n. . st;' hlis'.ied toxvar.l the lo of tho sraak now makes the omph t Ion of the projis t poaaWa ami bliMU it near at himl. In the UrigKs shaft proluiMy mor, than any "ili.r except )eihips the J'lin-iJon the sshowinn of Inched ores is niosv pronounced. ll was a ei -y w.-t shaft and the wnin- problem was all expensive one to soe. The wa- t. r and geological conditions to th mining cumiany meant gornethinn Btofa thM e'niiiiuio "f sianejr. it f. fi BfjaajHj the existence of ureal olV IfJDMl and that forecast Is now bateg boffM out. (me week's assays from croM cut !? of this shaft showed 31. S L'l', .'t. :'T. II, a most remarkable mineralisation. I v . lopim nts at the Mas shaf. are :n' ' pronounced satisfa. lory and tnis ranarkaMsj oM pftspart) mImi oaj lurther leas., of life. MARKETS Ooatoti Tna local ouptaiia continued ? i r -'ing- and a. th e nffjntn t "l.i . The pri. e . hauges were uninr.xirtant. Su perior i opper showed tho pr.-.ti.-st a.l van. to 3:1 with a later reaction to 3J. Lake. Copper Range, North Butte an UH hatiK'"1 Shannot, was v er Strang seliiiiK all. da) at 16 with ever, preapect of elltag wmtar tally hlglmr next aaak I'w iiik to the tact thai la d i the i. ist of April canwa on Monday, many nwaatara soi.i out their atneka today but tham will aH kg taken back the tirnt rf the week and vv look for a ronilauatMn f the present aaU ngar kit 'villi a eonsidcrai.lv hihT rane of prfcea by the end of tna neat wai k - - I OHtel' o pain. el,',.. 1 '.. it. .st.. ii -Notw Ithatattdttiii it as a TO THK 0TOCKIfULJ)E!ta HUP BJstOII AJfD PITTSBURG COP- n:u COMPANY. Yni are hereby leaiti. I that the An nual ktntlafj of the stockholders in Superior and Ptttatmrg Copper com pany will be held at the office of the Luinnanr. Calumet, Michigan, Monday, April nth, P.M2 at 12 o'clock noon, fi the punoSe ol electing ten dltactefl taff the nsulMK pal and for such other i mess as may com.- feggatn the meet ing. The transfer books of the company will im- clos-l March 1st and will re n ala ekanal antil Mar. h Una. P'l--by order of the Hoard of Uirectors. GUKDON ft. CAMPBELL, Secretary. Tiatcl at Calumet, Michigan. Mat l-'h. ttlt, a TO TBM ilWlCHOLDBIUI Calnniet At Aria.e M in Ina Company. You are hereby notified that the Annual Meeting or the Stockholders ot Caltamal an1 Arizona MinlnK cCapua vill be held at the gafg of tfta 00 v Warren. .Vrir.ona. on Moaiart April Sth. 1912. at ten Ofatai k ft. m. for the purpose of gk ting eleven direct ors for the ens'iin r and for such other Imslness as may com before the II cetlnR. The transfer books of the company arlll be cloaed Man h 1st and will re nin, n dosed until Karen nth. ItU l.v order of the poard of Directors. ORDOM I? CAMPMBLL. S Saturday and da before the Amil r n i; pavmeiits, tilt inaik.ts w.ri' r ltninel eni ouraKinv. The n. tloti ItoadiriK indicated probability tl ' would bo no anthracite eaal atrik' . no the l.ihor difficulties outside of Nssi Mnxlarid aaoaa to he ncarlng an en-l. ProbaM? PMMaj will pa rather ttgM for a Tow da beKlnninu Monday and on ly that and Um market should 00 hieh er Mflar it is over. That ate many reasons t hope prices will In- h'Klnr I sjfe from today than tin y IN ti niKht 1. J Sturgis BOSTON Ri OCK3 (From Paine. Wsbbs' Gay & Sturgis.) Amalgamated Advent ate A Co.. an.! 81 $ 44 ft n AUou" Mgomah Arcadian Ari. t'onimercial ;"' Hutte i Halk 3 Hutte & Sup 2 Ik OM 74 t'opper Range 8J falumet & Arizona 2 4 :s t.'4 72 4 470 M 7Vi 14S B4 11 3r4 18 4 11 2 N ' . 1 17'. 4 HH 3 62 4 1-4 J t 34 84 H 1 1 ii 4 H M I Hi 32 4 154 IHI 31 ''. .il ', 1C 44 m 1U t'alumet & IliH-la . . . v't ntenr.ial ("hino t.;:. Paly We i Tl4 Kast Itutto M Kranklin lVi i ! Iron x t; ran by 4" I'.reene 'anai'ea Ml Hancoc k 35 Medley Oati 1 1 Indiana LH Inspiration )M Isle Hoy ale tt Kerr Laka -7n KeweetUlW 14 L-tke ' la Salle 't Mass 8 Minmi 9t Mi. hi gun 2 .dohawk N M.ij i.iwer 1- North Lake - Nevada i'onsolldat'l 20 North Hutte 3g Nipisslng T'j id paata4oa "'34 ( isceola 11" tijlbway id Colony s " Qulney S31 Ray Consolidated 19 4 Bopei lor x- Boatoa If Superior 31' V Shannon 1". l Shattu' k IHt Tamar.uk I S. Minimi 3S4 I'tnh Copper . I7, Utah Consolidated 1!' Victoria Winona 7 Wolverine 112 wandot 24 NEW YORK STOCKS. (From Gay A Sturj -d. Paine, Webber & Co.) Amal Atchinon Anaconda Smelters Reading .... 1'nion PactflO 41 'oiim. (las 14.1 l--le 37 .Missouri Pacific 4,'j Penimyhania . 1 24 North Pacific 122- P R. T S3' St. Paul IMHI leiinesst . Cupper 404 Cnaertlen PaciSa 23s7 st.-. i Coavawa 7i Kteel pfd 111 south Paekta IMS CURB STOCKS J, A. Minnear Air According to the be no .oiil strike tumiiicnH situation Cq say today: market tber.. will Of course the !1- la otaarad, but it I. aks is though the adjustment of the ant lira Ite ittnVTIlltlfi is CtBM at hand. Tins .pinion was evident by the ac tion of Reading, which advanced easily two points, closing near the top. The New V uk list as a whole showed llrm r.ess with moderate trading. '..,per hans were in good reoaeat, though l..r th" moat part few Important . h ia " ace noted, further bay. ina iii Superior a dee need una issue ,.r a point. The Calumet & 11. la lsues promise to become mare active neat man and MgAver, Ptataea .cuts f.i copper next aaak It nmre than ir.ti- al.lc Tli" Hutte situation Is dovlured to he w.ll in hand. The local list l hattged hut little durlnn the short s co st on. 'I here has been some hesitation ahown In entering th arket at this hvel because ot the strike possibilities, rml as theae are I'lealpated tba whole market assumes a more s itlafactorv state. (J. A. Miiintip & Ce.) Bie A'lVe.t -90 Algomii h Ahllleek r MICHIGAN COLLEGE OF MINES F. W. MwNair. Praaidant. Iocated in Iako Superior dls trh t. Mines and m ils a . eaalble '..r . i: 1-ki vvoik. l'or Year Hook nnd Kocor.l of c,riiduatce npply to Pr. v .lent '.r Secretary, HOUGHTON. MICHIGAN. Harper-Thomas Go. UNDERTAKERS AND EMQALMER8 Phone 14 Holman Bldg., Calumet, Mich. All calls attended to either day or night. We also handle fresh cut flow ers for any occasion. Itulte & llalk. 1 Moh mla 34 rhenium: 4 Chief Consolidated 2 ' 'olumbua Com 4 1 1 Cortes Chlno Calumet CorMa I l M . lo . I : .25 .3' 24, 3 .1.1 .20 H4 14 144 Calumet iS Montana . c'oiibn Copper .'actus P.ivis Paly penn ArUona l ast Huite Ma v dow cf American loNMeld Coaa iiiroux (jreene Cananea Houghton Capaar .... llomestake Mat.c.ck Indiana Inspiration Keweenaw Ml 34 4 n!4 I ! 4 1 Ken- Iake . 2T Keating 24 Iai Hose 34 Lake Coppel 141 4- L. 8. A A. v 14 Mat ak .-. 40 Miami M Keystone 2 4 Wolv. A Arix 50 N. w Haiti. Lode 3 4 Nipisslng 8 North lako 74 iijlbway "'4 Old Colony 7 4 aaa 24 Kay I'ousoll.lited 19V4j K.iv Central 24 Shattiu-k .. 1! Sat: la ltosalia 20 Soillh HeclH OS South Miami 7 4 S. & C. OS Sup. H ston 3 4 South Lake X Tuolumne I Tonnpali '. 4 Wart en 24 1 4l i N 2H 1 1 1 1 .;! Jf .it. 84 14 PORCUPINE STOCKS. IVarl lABsl 20 .82 Bplllisgar H rorcuplne QoM 40 .4.' Swastika -J3 .SK porcupine Central 4 Mi homo BxtetialM JU Preston 10 .12 '. t'har 25 .2? Pea (J old 65 .75 NEW CANADIAN HOTEL. $500,000 Structure to Crown Moun tain at St. H Ma ITU, Quebec. Koa treat Match H.1 id hotel rival Hag the famous host, lri. s of Switzer land win ie ctaarnnaj Uta mountain at St. Hllaira. Qgajgaggj k BaSI Christ inas. A companv of Montreal and New York business men. headed U Uei nal.l N'anderltilt and Mr. Svv.et of th- Netnedaada win oacrj out the caaaan Tlie plans Involve the xt'emliture .i j;,0.('00. It will be a htk side as well as a mountain-top inn. lor the niaun lain Iwtlances a fascinating cup I f wa ter upon its head. The house will b 700 feet above the level ot th- St. Law i anca river. Althouah the n. w an tt rprisc will be providel with a!' tin facilities for ski-imc tobaaannitiK. s-kat-lagj and curlina on the lakes, its bust-m-ss will h- an all-the- ear-round one. n the 2,."0U acres which w ill consti tute the hotel property, there will l. laid out golf links and drives. There are nin,. miles of pleasant loads MMna the irtes of the mountain in the Icin- t. Tho lake Is to be stocked with bass and other Kanie ina. The new betel company will be in- 01 p era tad hy the first f May and cop Rtructloa will then le rushed with all ft peed. The new structure will hiv. i'.IO roodga. aack with bath, and wiil u. inlv two stories In bAlgjM In Order to !, ssen the fire danger. The hotel will at "lily two and one-half miles from th. iJrand Trunk railway stallon at St. llllalre. at which auto-omnibuses will m et all tmins. POST-LENTEN ACTIVITIES. Dancing Partiss Planned for Calumet After Easter Sunday. Plana have nlreiidy been made for :i nrg- riinl( r .,f .lain iiif iwirties ami i ther asctal actlvltlai to CaNavl hranta dlately after tin- peaaang of Laajt, The l',rst of these will e the hiiHtel Monilnv I, all l.v the clerks of the Uhis itioc4t Mor to aa oanharted at the Caluaaat i iht Quart) anuary, The Calumet ami ll-. la. ..r. 'ustia baa be eg i nguKt-l to furnlnh music for this event. Tin- (;ia. Bsaoh clerks have a racorj to maintain in the matter of h ratertalnmanta, ami they -ire niakiiiK OVery effort to make the v rii n SUOOeaa The armory will be elabor ate l rated snd inany special fe.i- garao will be introduced. Th.- Shu Sou. I cluh will entertain at a dancing party at the l,ia;ht c.nard a: -in oi on h'rhlav evening. April 1!. Mu sic will he furnlsh.-d by the C. & H. orchestrH and It is expected the event will be a vary pleasant 0M The ,glei Auxillarj- of the A. O. H. will entertain at a darning; party at the Lanrlum bank hall on Friday evening. April 1! Luncheon will be nerved The cleTha of the ertln Pros. ftOI paTtneaail store are making piann Pal t li.tr annual .Ma , imriy. which will be haM Ol the Lcghl iluar.l annorv .lunn Hsf letter pari of May. They will have many apOOaal f"aturs and iiiukIc will be furnished by the Calumet and .c- la oroheatra. On Life's Journey. We are not made to be good in this world, but to try to be. and fall and keep on trying; and when ae get a cake to say, Thank Ood!" and when we get a buffei to say, "Just ao; well hit!" Robert Louis Etevenson. ClfyajonecT ads bring results 1 raaaVaai : THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF CALUMET The Vault 0l I hi Bank Contain 265 BOXES I It. lb BURGLAR AM KB I'KocI'. mostly used by people who wlak to col I'niM'Ki'T piot. ction for all kinds of Bi-curltlos. vaaiaMc papers, Jewelry and the like. They have absolute control of theae boxes. None besides themselves .an possibly gain au. ess to them Without a wiituii order. A Few of These Boxes are V acant The Oral , miners: .an secure Mi se while they last at the very low price of $2.00 to K..00 per cut. t The First National Bank OF CALUMET Pawn Tombs of Relatives. In times of flnnmial difficulties the Loochooans. residents of the south western islands of Japan, sometimes pawn (he graves of their relatives. They arc a!. ays r. ; -mcd however, failure to do so meaning family dis grace. The tUTtla-back shaped tombs, usually located on a hillside facing the water, pre elaborate affairs of stone and cement, and their cost and I upkeep oi ten bankrupt the family. Probably. The man who omplalna that the world isn't giving; him his due would probably be pained if H did. Cla silit.l AdH 1'iiiitf result CLASSIFIED ADS FOR R.vT Ti ) RENT." room I'al 22: K irsare street. Bntfe and Ctectric Llgnt, Phone 11, BUSINESS CHANCES. Analvsis of dguga, mlnarala, m mii faaturad produete made ac. urate. at reaaonable prices. Charolcala teatad F'ormulaa mpleUl BURTON CHJAl K'Atu LA BOIkATH RT, Weal Pari si.. Detroit, Mich M HELP WANTED--MALE. m bn ir you aaa v. ..rk. sail guafaa- teed hosiery to v -ir. is; hi commis sion; make $10 d.ily: oaperianoa un- sary. Addr. -s INTERXATH XAL MILIX, ;t'i3s Che tnut. Plilladatphla. '.'t-m:!0 THE FIRST SIGN OF SPRING Finds Our Cloak and Suit Dept. Filled with all the varied and Charming Styles of the com ing season. Remarkable values, perfect styles and broad variety, characterize this department. LADIES and MISSES SUITS and COATS in all the new and up-to-date cloths including Whipcords, Diagonals, Serges and Mixtures in all the newest shades and nobby styles. Suit Jackets either plain tailored or trimmed with Ratine Macrame or the lighter laces. A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF DRESSES in all the new changeable Taffetas, Serges, etc. Afternoon and party gowns of Chiffon, Charmeuse, Crepe Meteor, etc. Wash Dresses in many new styles and material including Repps all-over embroidery and trimmed with insertion, lace or baby Irish. Waists of Silk, Lingerie tailored, etc. Every thing that is new in Petticoats including Soft Taffetas, Mes sallines and Silk Jersey. Make us a call and see this com plete line of new and up to the minute merchandise for Ladies and Misses. Watch for Our Opening Announcement i THIS DATE IN HISTORY. I'iSi .Massacre of Sicilian Vespers ' at Palermo. It57 Hannah iMistln of Haverhill. Mass.. killed her 1 J Indian mi.u : and ! scape I. ivit; John Conatafete, noted land 'scape painter, died. Horn June ii. 1TW. Is4:i Sir I'liarlcM Metcalfe appoint, tl gO rftior of I'ana.ia. if?" 'onniess le-idmltted TexHa into the I ii'. mi. lima-statue or William K Oladstonc . i . tad In Westminster AfbtMO , J Safer Than Gash I curing manaj tahe i - I i J They are Bad k 4 caah because you fl your mom i ua i. Sfj . .Mini, i sign t H Calumet State Bank J CALUMET, MICH. v. mim Cor. He cla and Paine, Webber & Comp'y BANKERS AND BROKERS Members' New York StocK Exchange New York Cotton Exchange Boston Stock Exchange Chicago Board of Trade Bond Department W. L. STANNARD, Manager, Calumet Office x ti J. A. MINNEAR & GO. MARKETS AT A QI. & NCK NEW YORK HIGHER. COPPERS ALSO FIRMER. SUPERIOR COPPER FEATURE. MARKET'S ACTION SATISFACTORY FROM A POINT. Salt Lake, Cobalt and Tonopah StocksQuoced Constantly Calumet, Mich. Laurium Mich. Direct Copper Wire Con necting Ail Our Of ices ' I -. mam iwii-mmwmmmm.mmmmm o With Boston and New York Giving Our Customers the Bene fit of Instantaneous Service GAY & STURGIS BANKERS AND BROKERS MEMBERS BOSTON STOCK EXCHANOI 101 Milk Street Boston, Mum. Calumet Branch: 108 Fifth Street Phones: North 813-814 Roy A. Young, Manager mm aw TH.mJ Laurjum. 1 BROKERS BULL'S VIEW.