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SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1912.
PAGE F0U1 THE CALUMET NEWS The calumet news Founded 1880. DAILY JSXCEl'T SUNDAY. Published By The MINING GAZETTE CO. AT CALUMET, MICHIGAN. W. Young, Ed. tor. W. M. Lyon, But. Mgr. Publication at tho Printing omce, 104 Fifth Hlttet. Calumet, Michigan. Entered at the Post Office Ht Calumet, Michigan, aii Second Class Mull Matter. TELEPHONES: Butinaea office 209 Editorial rooms 4 HANCOCK OFFICE: Elks Temple. Phone 312 HOUGHTON OFFICE: Phona 199 The state deui tineiit did even thing In II po w to prevnt tho ex.- uti.-n which in ita opinion was in violation of tho rults of war In ull civilize! eounlrc A tele-gram from AmrU; Ooncul Lrftcher at t'hlhualiua, .Let.-.! April s. much ele-lave.1 In trans mission. said that the consul hail pre. testcel to the- tv'.el i hii t's against ih. t-Mvution of Fountain, not only at Chi huahu.i. but at Piirrul, hi hud Just heard throuKh tho local newspaper Hini oo bclleve-d to Ih accurate, that IVuiitniu h:ul boon trlod ami e-xeoute-el In the opinion of tho. state dUBjUft niont. the execution was a d ln. rat murder. In his pfOttaUaUltuii, Prual dent Fait warned Allien, an ,,-aitist purtiiip.it i ng in tJie revolution, indi call tig plainly that they would do so at their own rusk. This, however, 0o not preclude the American ifmni ineni rrom I akin.; measure t s- uii re-pal atioil. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: By Mail or Carrier. Per year (in advance) 15.00 Ter year (not In a dvanee) $.0'i Per month 59 single Issue OS Old subscribers w ishing' to change J their addresses must furnish old as well as new addresses In each instance New subscriptions may be ordered by telephone, mail or carrier, or in person at the company's office. Complaints or Irregularity In deliv ery will receive prompt and thorough Investigation. SATURDAY. APRIL 13, 1912. THE COPPER OUTLOOK. The statement recently issued by the i'iPi'.'r Producers' association was very satisfactory to the larger produc ing interests. The production was tliej largest reported for any month since May 1911, when the output wus about IdBMtf pounds larger than in the i ninth just ended. The deliveries for home consumption were the exception of that one month, they were the larg est reported since October, 1910 The exports In March were smaller, as was to have been expected In view of Um record exports in January, and tho high average maintained Bat WWHl months past. The stocks carried by the producers on the first of Apiy were but 6'J, 3. '7, ;').' 7 pounds, the small r.st amount reported since the Pro ducers' association was formed. The. stocks of copper are as low as it is advisable to have them and. in 1 1 i opinion of niuny of the larger pn ducers, they are below the safety line There is nothing in the statistics to Indicate what die future course of tin metal is to lie except in the most gen eral way. It is clear that there ha-'' heen a steady gain in the consump tion abroad during the last two rUBM nad the gain lias tiecn he ld Imiu e-nough to Indicate that it represents a per- tr.iaMlt increase in the une of the I e-d r.ietal. Th amount will naturally he subject to fluctuations in accordance with liusiness conditions hut Hie aver, age will undoubtedly remain abovi that of previous years. me cotiaumptic.il of the metal in this country depends on the condi Hons of busnews. The output of steel product is now the. larg'-s-t in the his tory of Um Halted Kt.it. and it is only natural to assume that the same conditions, which have UTUdBAad that situation in steel. ill huM to an lief in the onsumptlon of fopper. It Is alse fair to assume that a revival In lusinr9H generally will hring a larx demand for the metal. It In i fact that tho leaders in our financial and ominenlal lit., are looking for good times In the UBMai State and such revival f investment ronfidi-nce that ... Hiie to nuance im provements and extensions to god ad- Vf.ntage. If this view of the outlook proves reliable there will no doubt be a large demand for copper for the elec trtflcatlon of railways, the extension of electric power and light pi fj and for other new enterprises. CAN'T MAKE PUBLIC PAY By a majority of more than H.Utt out of 25,000 votes cast, thv lOCOIlH) the e-rvgim-era on fifty railroads g hie-ago ami nortJi of the Norfolk A Western hae authorized their officials to call n strike, should further negotia Hons with the railroads for increased pay mil. The general managers haw tailed meeting to he held at X. .ork April 17 to consider the result ot the vote. The engineers' officers will n main in New York "a reasonable time" to await a counter-proposition of the railroads. The original demand of the engineers for increases in pav aggregating 10 er cent recently werr rejected by the railroads. Two years ago a similar situation was ended by a grant to the engineers ot between 10 and 11 per vent increase' In wages, i nher increases of the kind added no ks Umn $39.41S,SOj' to the annual e-xjwnscs sf the different roads which more than overbalanced the gain in net earnings. So the railroad man agers say today, as If they meant it: "This headlong movement toward 11 m.ncial disaster cannot proceed un checked." What makes this situation different from that existing in the coal fields Is this: That the public cannot be taxed if this railroad trouble should result in the usual concession to th imgineers- Brotherhood. The lntr stale Commerce Commission prevents it The engineers want. In round num bers, ITMMM more money per annum than they are now getting: but. as the public cannot be mad to supply their wants. It is doubtful whether th-- will succeed. f HERE AND THERE. The opening i the Can. una ('anal will e lice l the following .saving of dis- tames. BUfopu to un iYamimi UK mile s, and to alianusi, J. lot) Miles; l-Jriglai.d lo New Zealenel. 1 oto to Australia M"1 miles: New Vork to Miaiighd l.epnj miles Montreal to svelno, UtaUUlia. miles; New Vork to Austral. ii.u. ports an RVSJ age of .'.400 miles a colleotluu of Ksiulmau luveoUona f'oW on exnibilieii at the A Hill a tt .! oil- leges S in 1'iain i o substnTit net- s tl I claim thai the Ksepilinun is the most able inventor and skdle-el eii-iincer HlllOllg uncivilized people In support of this Hi - colleitioll llli ludes tin til St foin, of the oil oealer and e-oek Me. water-tight Lout arch used for build up purKiyes. and vatcr-proof ,-vei oats, as well as the ,nt ne-rfccl type ei developed ot the tlsh spear, speat ihiower and hsri n The vmokiliK pipes form a link with Asia and the,; arvmjjs with prohtetolii BbrOfsl. Ir. Ituth Hume, the llli JlSJITJ siui orted b the Welbvle- siudenls at rn,edn.igar, India, lias returned lo this connti J lor a I ear s i acatlon. Dr. Mume MnU BVMMted at W.lleley in the i lass of 1X9", .:ltei which she stud ied in Philadelphia, ami then toeB I medicai course in the Nee. Kntinnd Hospttgi for Women. Kir the Igefl i'ht e-ars she has been Work In lo the hospital for women ;".! children i inodnagar. to whbli she- will re turn at the end of her year's vacntlOA, It. K. Stephenson who was gradmeud from Wellelev ill the class of 1893. il onnected with the MUM ho.pital in India. REDUCTION IN THE MORTALITY LIVES OF FIVE HUNDRED THOU SAND CHILDREN ARE SAVED BY DIPHTHERIA ANTITOXIN. CURRENT " OPPERS GOSSIP OF THE VS-'-tgggSS ill- At any rate il the detectives gUei It lon ei,ruuh they u,,l g,t (hose Aliens of Virginia when they tejCSMM '.eakiiied b senility. old Jud Harmon remarks that the len,o. ratio party is biKger than any one nmn. .Jud always enjnyes a wallop at BUI Bryan. rin-re is a consplracj to iVat him according to Col. B.8 VtH. um Uryan has been the U tim of seveml such conspiracies. i HERE'S GOOD ADVICE. U not w.nry; three sniaie meals a day: sac vour trnv..u- i... oun.s.UM to your CTOdllUtm keep MMf ligestlon (OOd, JNCVteo, go alow and go ens- . Alayae there are other things UsM our sn- ia I ease rejulres to make you happv ut. ,ny friend, the-wi I ree-aon -will dva MMI a l.,h,.I nrt Nt'iuham Lincoln. Ir. II. L. 'orfman is Mtcurtlll mate on the cost of installing a .4.i i, of wireless UlQfHtph fUltlOM that i.rc over the upper roa thtm n the rjgg. hilla (le'kert. The lish ai least tlx,, stations and It Is robable ihat before the siimme, -a on Is on the circuit wiM bo Ir. ojn ra tion. HhtpOflmnUi nuoh n Win less telet-r-aphy o er the desert sant!s are said to ha" been highly successful inil Is believed no trojble H ill be ex- perieiHau in joining the several sta tions by means of light batteries. Palm ftprinns (Col.) Dispatch. .Miss Julia Dttlon, associate director of the girls' afternoon classes of the t?outh Ila t'nioii BJOrtoBi is orvaniz Int I Junior Muni, ijial league for that city. The membership of this new or- mwianOB is to be limited to mrls OStWton the ages of to 1., the initia tion fee is five cents and the oh.e t Il to ke..i the City clean .Miss Duiol Is a resident of Utfl South Knd Settle. lilelit ilon.se and a graduate ol the Normal school Of New York city. Oth ers interested in the Junior league arc Dean II. hi ., v James LoWOfL Berborl '.ytnan. AI Ida .Mason .Miv mi.tte Rogers. Mrs. T. J. ltowker. pr MfWl of the Woman's Munlcial league of i os tein. Piorpont Btmckpole tad MIm i- lor ;. Itarrows. w ..sliingtoii. April 13 -Siatlsti hue lust been compiui l r. John S. Pulton, se ii tai general of ilu- flf tcinth international itRgrfM on n gleiii' and IVunogi-.eph , showing that the Ihrea of NBjBN children wort sav e-el ill the- I'liited Slates alone within the ten eais betwen ItM and by the use of diphtheria antitoxin How many tots were -pared from (bath .roll! the s.illlc disease ill the different counties of Uurope within the MUOIO dci-aile can onl Be ptOOMd but it is know n the nuinU i reached veil into the lam . I reels of thousands. The statistic- were prepared ill an swer to the question whether the I'nit- vl Stales has derived al henellt from past International congresses on hy giene and demography, and as an ln- Ito, ruction to the' Fifteenth Interna lional congress, which will be held In this city, under auspice of the govern ment of the. t nit"el States. Sept. 1'3- 28. Prof. Von Hehring disooverod his e)1dithria antitoxin In 1MM, and at the tenth iniei natloiuil congi'e-ss in ltudajH st in 1KH4 the value of his dis covery was continued. Three Vineri- can delegatef. tame home with the news. The ne xt year a very little an titoxin, very expensiv e, came over from German, and I'rance. The- .Massachu setts board of health and the health department of New York city soon began to make1 antitoxin for use by lo cal physicians, the census mort 190t showed that diphtheria liioitalit.v of the registration area had fallen olati is to "l ili. ' ,Ion' lo P r i"'J "o" oeiwe-en IXft, :,nd in0. Th census ienrt foi l!o showed a further decline of 21 per I oo.oiio persons living. A review of other earlier congresses or. hv.;ieiie and demouraphv vhow that the history of municipal hygien in Italv dates from the fourth vein gross at Turin, the fifty congress. U in va lxj. bal to the- foundation of tin federal bureau of health of Svvltser land: the tirst chapter in colonial hy iene ,i - w i it ten a fter the sixth con btcss In The Hague; V ienna e ventual lv was vvhedlv transformed as a result of hjrf ion refeirnis greoving out of th seventh congress; the ninth e'euigre-a in Iineleiii, Ix'.il, o pem eel the . ra of leg Islatlon for the health ef wage'-eann-rs In which Kngland still hole's lead sh'S, AID FOR MADERO. I'resblent Madero ,,l Mexcei is arm In, his navy as -well as his army with munitions of war pure-hase-d in the- United Stat, s unde-r IWMpltOM to th American proclamation forbidding th' exportation of war mate n.,! to Me xico I're-rslde-nt Taft r ntly autheirized the Mexican gov -crmm-nt to e xH.n from this country- a large flx.x of miscella neous fittings jor the guns of its ships The president also permit t eel the ex portation of L'.'orf) Im.xcs of ilvnamlte lor in lust rial encerns. In v H w of the- e oiirse fhe re-beds are- pursuing. Mr. Taft's decision to indi rrvtly aid Made-ro is rertain to met it h approeal In this country. The-Mi-xle-nn re-bel don't like us. The- are el pe.se l to Amerie ans and no citixen of the- T'. H is safe- in re-bel territory. The indtgnatieen f state dtari me-nt e.nte lals ov r the e . . utlon e.f Thomas I "iintain. an Amen, an gunne-r wttO was a. p tu reel bv (Jo- re-be ls ,tt Parral. is lve - Men-eel to ! e e-rtain to twejudlce any attempt on the- part of the Mexican tebels to secure any recognition of belligerent righs, so necessary to a "THIS DATE IN HISTORY.' Ittl .ban de Iai'.intaine', the meat writer ,,f tMMoO, dtod ui Talis. BOTH Jul X. IfJJL 1 7 4:i Thomas Je fferson, thirel pie si "'' Um U S.. i..,rn In Albe-mari, 'ouiil. a. Ii,.d at Memtlcell.,. Va.. July 4. ItM, 1 Mfr Thomas D Arey Me-iee?, Cana ouin stssteOsMB and orator. lorn In 'arllngford. Ireland. AssasslnaieiJ a; 'ttawa, Apnl 7, 1868. 1 -;-- Ilritish Parliame nt M.sse-,l the Iw.iiiHii e'atholi.- Ite-lief BOL IMS fly rOMtttUOB JngTeSS te nder- el the congratulations ot the people e.f tie Cnite-d Slates to the French Booptf oi becoming a republic. I s Pennsylvania State Agrlenl turat CoHOste organizeel. U61 Keirt Sumte r surre-nde-re . ,y Major Anderson. "THIS IS MY 67TH BIRTHDAY." Ki RV, H rman J. Ab iding. RoMI t atholle bishop e.f Kort Wayne, was born In If purport, Ky., April IS, If4l 'o rman pare-ntsge. He Attended an aeaeie-my m Vlncennes, Ind.. and com pleted his e-i e'leslastlcal studies at Ht. Thomas. Ky.. and at Ht. Memrod's Ab-i-ev, in Snree-r t'pnnty, Indiana. At the- age e.f 23 he was ordained a prb-sr at St Me.inrad's. For a time he acted as an Instructor In the seminary and !at.-r filled pulpits in se veral itle-s an. I towns of Indiana. lf was raised to the hishoprb- of Port WissVlM early In 1!'00 an.l was eonsee late-rl w lth edabo- irt'e rereiiionv on Nov.mi a. ,,r ihat ar. TAKING A SOCIAL LEAD. A Former Pittsburgh Woman in Toucn With Royalty. So. la aniLltioii beats stn ugly n the 'ore,,-- ,.f Mis. (Suest. the wite of the- Hon I'r.uerlck K. Cuest, son of Lord ami Lady wlmborne. Boforv her mar- i ik. Mry. (Jnent was Miss Amy phippsj f 1'ittsburgh. She cause-d he-r husband t. resb;n his ;,''" Parliament re e-i.tly iii orde-r to become treasurer to the BOB hold of King ;e-e,rg-. so that siie' might b Ui iBAIl tOUCh with r..v.it. Now gM IH BOfotUting to bes-e.ni,, the tenant ef the- late Ink.- e.f I'lle's btJgA .'e- r f .r- t in InverncflBhlre. This domain - talii6 .etately man.'b.u that lut she i teieil u its time many kings of BoOt- land, and in later doyi anoon Victoria and Pun.e- Mb-rt enJoTsd ttuptrtoa tttOeTO, There- is much iporulatlon as lo how Mrs. Qutet will ..t em with be-r s,-(1i- llfh in ighl.ors. because her bre.int rs little escapaele- a ve ar e.r twe age., v. lie u ihn e-mployed their guns rather li.dls ' riiiimaie lv to i h- eliscoml ture- of an alb-ged poacher, has left some- Mule PtAjOdJeOt behind and the S oLti.sh people are somew hat slow In foivp tting lacMorrti of this kind. It will, however, be- Interesting to toi the: daughter of tim pittehurgtt uiillioinlre dispensing hoi.pltalitv m Mnct formerly controlled by the dougtiter of th- lute tnoouffil with UMsUOU niansie.n, tl(. ufUdllUU d the late- Albert Itelt of Afrhai- dlaim.nel tame, and this historb- uBsOU In Se ,,i land. It is Mis. OuOIi'U aim t. breemc the leading ha HIM of th.- tutor. Her And ev e-n gr.-ater ri'sults are utitl clpat.-d from the- tlfteentli ceingress, in Connection with which It Is expected to stanelardize )lgiel1L, BrocodUTU In all i f the- state-s e.f the I'nltod States. an to bring the entire country within th registration area so jhat the all-impe.i taut vital statistics may everywhere be preaerveel. tow n h .use has nlreudy bueomc an ob Joel of sttei.tb.ii on account of lb brllUanii- of tin- uniform-of tin- Hunk ie-s sfho uusM Its portal. Thoro win be iie-sh oiM'ortunit ies lor attendant elorles If the Inve-riiess devil is COM plete d. i in- i.-uesi iignt n ; e ..nouctor is a braid of fffio copper tvlruo. It is said to bo more .Hi. e nl than the older forms. CALUMET I 1 1 L t I It L CHEAP BARGAINS but not Cheap Furniture HERE ARE TWO BARGAINS THAT ARE REAL HUMMERS No. 3, ons 6 ft. quartsr oak Dining table m A1 condition. Anson Phelps St'kes. Jr. "the mil lionaire min-ster of the geel. ' 3 yers e.l, te.day. I 'i Daniel e. s lyiwetl noted Hos- ouoceasful conduct of their campaign j ton educator, ftl vears old today. $5.28 i quarter sav buffet, a real $12.00 No. 4, one quarter sawaa, quars bvsld glass buffet, a real snap at r. W.ISAACSON New and Second Hand House Furnishings 431 fifth Streit Phone 7991 We deliver gecds bought Kr. Tues., April 16 THE 6REATEST HIT IN YEARS Packed Houses Everywhere THE ONE GREAT 3IG LAUGHING MUSICAL EVENT MUTT AND JEFF BUD FISHERS ORIGINAL CREATION 50 PEOPLE: 2 CARLOADS OF SCENERY IT'S ONE BIG NOISE FROM MAINE TO CALIFORNIA EVERYTHING NEW AND UP-TO-DATE WITH MUTT AND JEFF. 175,000 PRODUCTION IT'S A CORKER DON'T MISS SEEING THIS GREAT BIG SHOW AND DON'T FAIL TO BRING THE" LITTLE ONES TO 8EE MUTT AND JEFF. ws Parquet PRICES Parepiett,., lft 1.50 Italinre Purquet circle ami 1st re.wH Mal. .,nv $1.00 Calane-e Ft.i I. .,i, j$ iiaicony Circle? (.allery Kiox 8ents Rest sale at Koister's ButUtUU 13th. at S:0( a vi -A i i . .50 .25 (1.50 . Ap- NEW YORK APRIL 12. Tlie' character of the speculation the past tew days, ha" been somuAvliat more dhersllled and mixed in .piuMy and ... 'cumulation of stocks by the active commission houses has been procedlng to a dogrve indicating freed uin of sap ply from souives inillutlve hi estalillshliqf tlie advance. Tlue various news items coming along have been gene-rally accepted us only in-gative- in character UltttOMCU differing i otistruv tions lime been plat ed on the steel or ders' state mi-ill. also the topper statement and the poll tie al and labor developments. J'or ourseUes, we see- in none of these matters cause- f.a anything but rutUUT k.ii seivutlve judgment. In traele, however, there continues the feeding of en- largtnl optlinisln .ie-v e-Uped se.in.- vv e e-ks ago, lint much oeuaplulnl nuvurtlwluui oonUattM buurd and as in stee-i that proAt making margins are- UOt as tliey were in the d.i vs vvlii-n tin' American manufacturer was the- spoiled CUtti of fortune. OU tliis litter irgry BnportUUt peaint, It is a grave BjUUU in n ahetlier the genci-ally existing e ..noinle- condition of lldiigs h. ie. and the matter of the- eer invreasing World's gold upplij joknit lit Uiritf pnddems, will not ope-rate to I-re-v.n! rejiltitlons of the- abnormal profits made 1n the past, nnd thus particularly be reflected in earnings and prices of our industrial corporations. .Market wise, however, tln spee ulatiou has rea lied n point wh.-re it must absorb anil digest the m att. r. d bull position orjUUud. We are somewhat .r tlie- opinion that this present sltu.'itlon Is exposed to attax, from the still exIUtlng, if somewhat hast.netl. hear party for the- ie-a- son that the so called public jK-irticipation riipriHllU m-itli- er the monetary reouirements nor the hroad needful both to hold the ie-c. nt high level and e ondu t it to a higher basis hy Its own lorce and power. We thus 't.gn:ert the taking of -profits and tUUtporlttUel attitude there-alter, while the risk of some Julie ions sellin for bear no ount might be worth w hlle adopting. N. J. Miller of Miller & Co. BOSTON, MASS., APRIL 12. The UUUOU of ooppur it- entirely one of general busl ness, and this ia best Indicated by the fact that foreigi buyers are now laying in the metal for June and Jul aiound 16 Mi cents a pound. As usual they foresee the com ing condition ahead of our domestic consumers and bus t. n to take advantage of It. American stocks of copper are still at the famine point CM course, manufacturers here have some running supplies -ui aearceiy one- or UH in is stock ahea 1. Tho.-C who boUCM ooppur on thu low prices of last Autumn and Sum mer hastened to convert their paper profits into cash v-nat tney nun solel they have m-ver he-en able to re place-. .Meantime here- is trade with insistent demand for ,- ods. I trass business in the Connecticut Valley, the great index of mine Industry Is uxcellunt, UHMOlulhr for small sham no i -arts, and tli. re- stocks ef metal are at the lowest ebb ITU. Th. y at.- simply i-unnlng from hnnd to mouth UUd insulators and drawers are in the same ease. Pro ducers' Mgures we re bett-r than any one had right to ex Vm- .0...-I no. ., .... r . v i e.iemi ii.m new pro-tucers litre easily taken and CUWUUd not a liputa CutMUIMPtlUB wa wninj iriM-noiniiiai. ma long as the metal kees at its present strenglh. re a lions sliould be used to buy stocks My optnluU is that the main elange-r (kf DUpBOV RBMul lies ill hch level ..f priees lathe-r than any til-Mil ffMHM the 1 9 cunt line. 7. II C'ely of MBur et OB MAYFLOWER AND OLD COLONY ft aiu W m ' "-"'"'.1 wcwiise oi soit g-re.unel to UbandoM -No. II A hole at OM Cedony. No. H hole has Wn starte,-. IM is now well under way. No K, hole wilt also h in nn ration Klw.rtle v... ........ , ,,an naMiig amuiged to use two drills in ugploratory w.,rlc N,j. 15 hole is ale,it ?oo f, west of No. 14 hole, tho latter b.-.n about Hi fee t f,,.,,, MuyBowtfa No, II hot it U utpuetud that N u ,,. there will be Interesting n. v elopments an.und 800 to 90(. le-e t. itoriowur mm urUJ Mptutu IBj pmapm wttB two ut. mond elrills. the Beseond ,,hihi i,i . . . " i"'1 "oo vommiK.sion BUM fruuk. No. IK hole is UruH under way and sh-.M ruuct um nrst UC the important veins in uBOUt IWO WUUkm Kf- - rls are being made to complete the campaign ot tfhusUu frilling- this spring m, that early in the ...i,,,,,, KUmmr . site may be selected fUT new shaft and Wort resident Kay continu.-s to be at the head of the, BTutfB, no e-hange as y having been made in th,. i Is BUits Ukuhr that none will be made, for MavMowe,' as well as Old Colony are fortunate In bavin m IttUHBuJ to n.,.,e the development., of these ,.rooW,les It is rather unfortunate for both Mayflower and nu .... lony that they should be Slbeeted to so nme.i, man.pula lion as has been witnessed dnrtiw . - ioi- lew wi-,ks he stocks w.e active and higher earlier in the. sr Profit taking appeared later and top prfcu. w, r,, .,f ip, talned. NORTH BUTTE The- annnut m.r.ti,,.. ..r t "l '""I" Nl.aie.,t.rg will he month in CuBtUBBloJ! output, for the OMBBBJiy is Nhipfeing veiv close to l"0 tons of FOCB daily to tho itUmpntlll, and il is also :;.iiin:; - l-.itir ie ovorv than lor some tune past. AUaOttg the Lake Bupetrtor iioii-elivide-nd puybsB !S UUP, e . titeiiiii.il appeals as an issue- of great potenllalitu s, and loj (MM Who Ifl patie nt it wi'l uruloubteHlly give large' returns. Jn liui, Ceatenniul obtained a rucuyurj of If.tl puunuu of rtflned copper per ton of rock stamped Tin- improve in. nt iioled this ye-iir will undoubtedly make CPBtujUUlui'l recovery erj close to 18 pounds. Centennial has been gradually increasing its force, at UUih tin- No. 1 .m l No. .' shalts. l.ate-ral work has been ve-iy extensive- and as drifts approached the Wolve rine- ana Ue-ars.irge boundary luie-.s. there h;is bOUU UOOktUs un proVunMat la BtlUUrulhatlon which is now iH'ing nianifi si eei in milling OpufUtlOM, No. 2 shaft la bele.w the- ;i:,tu level tnd in good ground. lVom the 30th t.i :;:,tlt U-v. ls, s.ime- ve-iy long .stT. tcliw of exce-lle nt sloping ground have- bUBM ope-nel up A phM he-re-by CUUtOUjnfcVl U RMj 'be- hg&pppl thiniil, No. 1 K.ar-aig. shaft, UTttittB is only 100 fet't eilHtant fTOln the l e-ntennlal line-, may ht arrange-d. It i. pOJUfJMu thut the- Ke a marge shaft may be sunk below Its present iupth . - IVtPJ feet into Ont- nnial territory, and will be eiporutod for the btnrtM Uf the- latter conpany. This woubl prove ve-iy dUUlraBIU fOf CUUtUUUll as It WOM not BUUUUBttUlU lengthy training and m OtBUT wavs woulel preve very er-onomle al. It is also possible that the- oae-e..;t looju may be oporutud on CuntunuluJ propurty thre.ugh No. is shaft of the Cuhnnut ."C- ll.-cla. The drifts from this sliaft are ne w up to the Ce ntennial line, and OOttld Bu BjBltO easily e-x-tendeel Into fnBtUBlsl te-rritory. The drifts from N'u. shafts as the y approach tin Wol- verlnu boundary are ve-iy rleh. A utBhstta .r MM Ibbi ItuU available to Vntennial on the Hoars urge kKle has been made and Indicates that the company has So ai-res on this lode nfore than were available- to South li'i iluglgB. aiul al most as RlOd) ground as Wolverine had e.n the- BJUBB loele. We- utrouBly uuVIm Um ibm1iuu ot Cuntunaiu on any weak spots, and while the- litigation surrounding the- e',,1-unie-t i Huokl subsidiaries may UppPunl any UhUIUj move ivnt in tin- lUUUU, for a It ng time InTUMtBlHUl this slo. k e ffe-rs the- giratest of possibilities. GRANBY in a wuuB Orunhy Udvuneud about $1". per share-, tho buying being IttUptred largely by the- UT 1 1 Up lull of th.- unrip ie sumption e.f dtvidend payments by this tOUUpUMp, ('.ran. b; has mitstandlng at the i ruuuM time tts.tn;, shares, ami with OOPpur selling at fifteen cents .-, pound, .-at ping- are a trifle bUttUr tlian ptT share-. When ulvMuPjtl are re sumed. It is posalbte that the first payment will ! .,, i,-at l a share and mo: .- likely Ji.r.p. Orunby has had rather te inpestuems market rar.-or. It ppd above $K.O a si are and last year as low an $2 a fhurO. The decline was dm- to the lad that the old. mine, bnd buUU practically exhausted and the company uas eompelleel to lock about for a not property. Tiu- Hidden r,.,.k -..y,, of claims was pur. based and has proved to be a., excellent investment, this property opening felly ,. to egpectnUons. Ixist year the Canadian ,,,.,1 strike Interfered seriously ith operations by Uranb, and f.- almost Uh months UCU o'uetion Cuuuud, The company has a buttery ,.f eight furnaces cutauM. of treating 3.500 tons of ore uaily. The prudttoCMn for lit v ill probably be M,0B,A0g p.. inn's ,, ..uoui ion ee-nus per ik. uml. Th.. as an encetleiH one, ' Upper at a scout of ompany has no iBatits making the early rUMIUUptluu of UlVtuUMU run Ukuli The uranmy manageme-nt is rUBUrdud HOUGHTON COPPER KovBhtoa Copper a. the etuae ul iull had . mdu ..r liabilities amounting to H7.4M. That the cmoanv r ..... early financing s v.,y evident from tBU report, and i, ,, understood the m, ,.rs are now. V((rki,lJr n . ing toward thl, en,l. of ,;- lw,,m s,,.ir,.s r whtfh - .any ts ,-ap.tali.d. ,;(.oe, ;tre unissued. The stts-k that " lM"d iH mMrK- ?' I" An assess. - M"eo or the truuuury -took uteunud ef - of the dlroetom but i. uppeun ruout itkeM ,, Will he- in id.- (.. se se.nie of eh.. . s,,n" w th.. truuiniry utoeB to pro vide the uunuBury run4a wUB utfeisn bPpjUMttlBB v p during t, ppu) vrr, . hJl Jr., gives tlM rutMwhUJ uiform.un.n '"""" PBBI vear th.- pHmokmi ,,,,,, ."r shaft at thetiOand M foot levels, re. v,-,v the eletails with ri-gaid to wMch win be found kj the dun. era! Man.iin.r'. ...... . . . . " uateei Januaiv JO. If ....i,.. with. "',c" About UM first of Kebruary ,h, ammm ,.r, bM fcett through th.- lode out In our m. , .' uperutlona and ruferreas t. - - 'ci.ri.,1 to in . UlM annuH) rtiii( ( ".u., .., lurtlie-r .-xi.lorati,.., held ne-xt Monday, and Wt W ftiVun to understand the re- ort whie-h -will 1,. "' "' ""'u 10 steckhold,.rf- tit 1. ..... . l,"-. than generally expoe-tcd. Karnlngs vlll be nboot ,ua. to vnose , 1310. and shemld approxinv..,- abo, t7,n 000. Jt should period rjult -"""-i mat mis retort will cover a IIiI.ImMI , .1.. i . . r . e.FM,..r mining and when th cipiH-r was only alKiut 1J-, ,-ents a pound ......o.s a. present are e-tual to about $4 a share m-r an num. so that a further ln.-r..a - - ... .. ... pre ot .ppr is maintained Is qttlU natural to poet. It was reported early this UJUU that North Hot,.. hH - m pjaea UMT lode on the J.00 len-el. This Is i.ew, e..v.y aeniea. The company did cut the Kdith May lode on II,. i . . i i. . ... , . t. .. . "Xing . ,.p,.r an0 for six fee-t In width. The company Is doing practically no work on .h. I nnel .',S00 b-vedu l.,.emw ,.r .v.. . . ... . curenieiy poor ventilation crosscut from the High Ore .haft uf Anaee.nd- hB. aiM.ui iuu feet to go to hole- fhrouifh (forth Hum and when this work e's lat.-ml. is ace eimpllshed. ventilation w ill t... very SHtisfactorv mleln. ,....oa ,u. , B ln,. ie-sumption of tati.-ns In the low est len els. We bellevs North Butte should be boUsjM POfS. CENTENNIAL op- on all wewk tnufaaead pldUU4ieB should be note-d during the preseni I'll lo U.r,.!, 1-1 ... foot ..f dMftlia. I , r ' " "l Of WMll.h u . I'hJi-. marly all ' wh,h"'n ground carrying ,,. ing ujnuntltMn The- bImm 7 bv this m, Z , , 0hMHit of this (de as nhOwn ... ehort rtf, a,, ... tll , ,. r n ... v ;; rv" s,is!"" - u- l , TIT S ' -any hi 'arivmg on mJnintr oii.-ratiHti.s - ADVENTURE n tne ofUauuul b. ing driven to lure this week broke into reae'h No n a vein fai i . ' -"f-- the wmth or u l nUW,S Mn" t, "tt8 not yet lieen deter. v em in ue a...... . " ' "..ic.n e-i e-tl is atout ttfi feet frenn mlne-d 111" Kill I ... r. VMM "Zl ' " " """ - -.Tx. s much earlier ,h,n ",r,"tl it has fl,e,-n en.'ounter.d MnCeTtuK fr'" 11 ' to uiamond drill ,,ir," No ' ? lnh -Chee, tat a month n "U h b J - t last month. 1 been niaJe in (h,8 rA"ld having tot drimnp in lho M, 'T aus., of the large, amount of mass The drill, w ere Bhi! tTtT 2? ' e bed,, - nu:iW9d." Th(. l " oh the announcement that rich cul Zl. l ot until the vein bj rroM-cutted win , "V v will the man.ig.-me nt do- 1 ( utinned on pe Ven )MMliilli.l ' "iilifilidliiltflll