SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1912.
PAGE SIX 3
THE CALUMET NEWS.
MfNES AND MINING, STOCKS
LA SALLE COPPER CO.
The nnnu.it report of the Ij Halle
nplKT comp-tn.v for the vcar, ihIh!
I '(. .11. 111. i .is loll, .us:
Cross aluo of kM copper produced:
Siiii 211. 39s nn. at
12.70 cents J..SSl
Fneoid ftJM !..
prtlmatcil at It
Silver oales and miscellaneous
rtECftpf . .
Running expenses at
Srndt.. freight, i om-
inis.. r...t. offf e
(' onurui tUn at
Lows from OfBjfaats: M for
I alan e it is, t lc .'.I
Lalnnee of assets IVe. 31. 1 f 1 1
Summary of Results.
Tn of ro k stamp
ed . . - 49.J74
Lbe. -f retired j
Ik r jipnltK i d . 63:i,77n
i J . r. ;t T
J. tm. of copiKT per
ton of rock 12.8
The baktrxe sheet a of Deo
Cash am accounts
receivable at I-s-ton
an,i . OpfJOf not
Cash and tt I insnll
receivable at orfM
Supplies and fuel on
hand at mine
A rnunt payaMe at
Atcoutitji paab!e at
BaUr..a of aniets l)e
1911 $.U 7vl
In his remarks to th stockholders
Pres. Quincy A. Shaw says In pun.
No. 1 Shaft.
Developments have continued
about ground of abui? average quality,
with a tendency to improve in tht
lower openings to the n t h. as coon
pared with the upper lla on that
side of Um shaft. The ilOOjijM la fir
done Han ret Iv for the psjfpoac if e-
urinit ' eon a orate loowlodge "f
the eOpsser OQefOtnta f the rock, and
wa ftlo otuinued in May.
No. 2 Shafl.
The depivents to Mi- north '.
thin shaft have ha proved imiKr.ilh
ojoj h.i. shewn some fair copper val
ues in the last few months the year,
suite OO in lis! sr.ide of fc k "ienei
at No. 1 jthaft. These v a lues Ihi v led
-houn in the rock to the south. Th
ssskfl was sinkini In the footwall.
The fiscal year of iur eompim ha
IsOM I hanged to correspond with thr
calendar year, ami stockholders will
be requested at their next meeting 1 0
change the date of the annual meet
ing from the third YV.dnesda in Au
gust to the second Wednesday in Jum.
RYAN PARTY TO UTAH.
Will Inspsct Grsit Copper DfOtrictt
Thara and in outhwast.
The John T. RjrOM port Ol IQtOI
milling men ho 00 va been visiting in
Montaaa have If ft f'-r Salt Ldkr
where they will -ontinuc their tour :!
inspection. This is a part of the gen
eral plan of the distinguished visitors
to inspect some of th- more important
copper producing districts.
Site . Mi Jtv.in und Ids associates
acquired l.irgi- Interests in I'lah, fe
ada. New Mexico, AliOOOM and Mex
ico. Um OOOOpPT mines of those dis
tricts have been tOVOlOOJOd to a point
whero 'fy are able to plodliee a erv
oppfeolaWo i or lent of the world's
npppeg supply. Their interests and
the concerns in those states ami Mex
p o mor- or lc-- a-;o , i.,t-d oi ,illid
w ith them control H metal output toat
in the aggregate is tremendous, and
the mining men who were the guest
"f Mr. Ryan in Montana ni tills trip
desired to become aiore fainillar with
Ibt districts Immediately tributary to
Salt like. Thev will inspect the great
toog of the International Smelting
end Refining company at Toele. and
ope af the greatest and perhaps the
niesi modern smelt tug plants in the
UM Karlinir part. o( eastern eapl
tatMtO were the guests of Mr Ryan
1n Mop. ana. Mr. Rvini entertained H
I Agassis of Boston, vice president
of the Calumet and Hecla and James
"McNaughlon. general manager of that
company. C. F. Kelley and Max Heh
jren "f Butte. They inspected country
about Thompson with special refer
ence to the power possibilities of the
f 'lark's Fork of the Columbia river
at that point.
Mr. Agassi?: and Mr. McNfmgnton
vent to Salt Lake as members, of the
A smelter with 0 (apalfy of 41111
tons per day will en. ted hy tin
Sliattu k Mining eompojljr as done to
I he ni'iie as iosslble. This action was
I I upon at a meeting of hattOCM
itreetiora 01 CI Paul, at srhlch Thomas
Bardon. presldnt of the company,
pres'ded The resolution doallfia; ith
tfv Kinflfer ipiestlun mh unaniaiously
iidoptefl, and was as follows:
"Resolved that tldM compMiiv plo
,,,! forthilh In i rii I 11 smeller at
mine BJOiAt ' 00) Oil lOOH to the nilne. of
nominal caaclty of 4"i tons t day
nnd that the proper officers of thla
ov are hereby directed to pro
sod 1th the w ml sr BSked
in ae nooto m oenorin
.i site so that the work can be eoni
m in el Immediately
It has been rumored for some time
th.it there would be developments of
Importance when the directors met,
luit lmle lnform.it ion h is been i . -n
out. The decision to erect a sim ltet
by the lomiwny Is probably the ex
planation whj the . ompaiiy has not
si Ipped ore. and Instead of devoting
their cm-rule to getting out ore that
was In sight, spent more time on de
veloping the property end uncovering
other ore beds.
C. A A. PRODUCTION.
Th.- production of ttM Calumet .
Atlsona Smelter for the month of Ap
rll was 4.104.0(H) p urds of blister cop-
noston The local market ooen-d
with heavy liquidation all through the
list . The buying was nnll and the
.clu.n of selling bn.ke prices oasl'.y.
Around the lower levels how eve.. U)
. i ir orders lm reared In size and
the ib- line woo ? hacked, Movcrsi of
the padaltfeo rallied ver assOBJ '"
ward the cioaa, ri"tabl' flnncocK and
Lake, lh.' L-al mark t siem.s to h.i
D00 erhot'ght spe uliitive! and the
irek tod i waa caused lurgeiy by
hurried sailing on the pa ol weik
spe.ulaiors.-- Fi at-r of Paine. "
I r & C
H -stop -Visterda v.caUtess f T
OiadowiMl wl.at took Hace toda" In.1
lOO genoial li"t A 0M at ill if Hquid
itlon was brouvht about which f und
i good market and after i very active
ay priCOO closed practically untiring-
-( from !:tft niKht's clo- , whl' n m
the whole la a vtry satisfactory :.. low
ing. Locallv the stor- was different,
large reoselcn were IWfORiOO througli
out the list ftom a coinpirativlv ma!l
olume of srllln? and the market
proved to he ety thin. There does not
seem to t Muich resison t lotibt. how -eer.
a speedy recovery all around on
n kimii, nw s. Sturgls.
(From Pains, Webbs
Gsy A Sturgis.)
A ma Irani;' I d
Arizona, rommenlal ...
stOOtOO i'i cbln
Mutt-- Ac Balk
Lutti & bHh erier . . . .
V Co., and
, tun 1 1 k
' 4 5
20 U 20',
:i M' ..
Calumet & ArtoOOOJ
'alumet & H.t la
lireom t'ananea ....
Hed ley Cold .......
Inspli ation ...
i m om vv
Korodo i 'omoHdoted
I dd Dominion
' 'id i otofaf
nay nnnonlUatefl .
KUperioi v- Boo tof
C S. oTlIni
NEW YORK STOCK a.
(From Gay A. Biuret and. Psma,
Wsbbar A Co.)
A malKainateil . . 024ft
Union Pari fie 109
'ons las 143
Krie 15 H
Mo I'n lib- 404
North Paclllc 1IH4
B R. T MS
St. Paul 108
Tens. Copper .... t 3
inadian Moetfl 37
Steel Cum . H
Steel pfd 112
Mo. f t, ,ii. . lo7t
J. A Mlnnoar Or Co. say today:
Katreme wejikness in all market
as in evidence 11 1 the opelllllR this
Hhorl Mission and prices melted awa
ropMI) Th'-re was a fair n 0 PI
at th olOOO, but m the whde the da
,.,,o..,l u rather disastrous one for
1 ..1.1. 11 ,.r 1 onoer - hare i rllrn k
tojwera thrown over with dlsre(nrlforarU.. daring the plot give ample scop"
1 icai vaiu. vii sjjbjw
('irles lct to their own resources
seemed to suffer most on all small
trading declined sharply. Calumet i
Arizona broke to recovering to
70. Mohawk sold at ". liranby down
to 52. North tlutte 2C and so through
out the entire list. Tf 0OO00 ell op
further they should be bought.
hutte alk. .
. 290 300
.4 t M
. 3 4',
. 4 6
. m m
, .20 .18
29 29 V,
. .10 .15
2 2 4
24 4 25
II 11 '4
20 20 U
s 84 1
C .4 O
c & y.
W. A X
fnsplr ition . .
Ko onaw . . ,
Kerr Ijake . . .
L. S. A. ...
N. B. I .ode .
Ni pissing ....
North Lake . .
Ray Cons. . . .
Rny I entral . .
Sup. & OJoho
Sup. ft Boston
South Miami ..
South IiUe . . .
Hay Cons ,
C A A
'alumet aV Hecla
Kast Hutte 1.63ft
1 ran kiln 560
La Salle 140
Mobn .vk 339
N'eva'la Con 664
North Butte 725
IS eoa ,. .,
Itutte & Superior
Superior A Boston
I tali 1 'on
S. Mining pM
l.,ls Daly 310
diio Copper 100
NEW SECRETARY NAMED.
Miss Ida Waas in Chargs of Charity
Bursau. Report Is Made.
Miss Ida M.' Waas, of Houghton
has OtJCceeded Miss I'rieda Hanson as
permanent secretary of the Calomel
'harlties Bureau. This morning xU-
issiH-d the rnonthl) ropeti for April.
showing that a total t 'A famifics
wei i visiti d during the month, four
f whi h v.ere new cases. The other
1 were ContllOOOd cases. IvivIiik been
n the bo ,k.v f r wime time.
POP reK,rtn vveie made, and Jl on-
feren es held Permanent cmpUo mem
n round fn' una perooa, and ntoulnp
md sh(es in considerable quantities
were donated to 34 families.
Miss Waas stole thet the eoOJOfl la
tlon is in need of children's wearing
apparel, especially dTesses lor girls
and suits- and shoes for 1kt.
Persons having- clothing1 shoes, rub
1ers, etc., that they wish to doivat.
re asked lo communicate with the ol
to in the M A M. taivk laiihlin-:.
FINE MUSICAL FARCE.
"Alma. Where Do You Lve
three act mimical far e from the
!'ren Ii of Paul Herve and Jean Mr
',uet vili nmke its first bid for lavor
at the Calumet Theater. Monday even
1 raj. i no Kryrnsn translation was
made b Ueorge '. Holairt. who is re
sonslble for so many musical su -
Tho slor deals with an tUsOOptllfltl
euied youlh. B the terms of his
grandfather's will he Is forbidden t
irioite 10 anv gin nerore ne comes
of nre. The many eorrtg41cation t lit
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF CALUMET
At the Close of Business, April 18th, 1012
Ca-h and ha noc
Loans und Honda . .
It. lining Ho. ise ...
Five per cent fund
Capital Stock I'aid In.
1 ie;s.- il ,
The First National Bank!
Continued from rage Thrc
lols. The de extent v as born in Lake
I.itKlen and Mucoted lr. the lo.al
My. Ides his 001
tvso children, thj
.lid sisters Vim i-
(a, Mr and Mrs
and his wife and
i Hoorhag hrathers
Rev. William Re-
who la attendhoi St. N'ltas
i ehx Joi ih and lalward i'
Lake linden and Mis. Josr;miiie F'ra
. let of Hi.bhell.
The deredent oral a sOOOOOOf af the
America Carado. So ietv an1, the St.
Jean de Bapti.d M.clety, both of
which oraranlatli na will attend the
.'uneral service, which hiM been ar
ranged for Monda mornlnt; at '
o'clock At th H0I5 Roiry chun h.
Kev. William Rrinillard all! arsist at
LYCEUM COURSE NUMBERS.
A nnoiiin emriit w a t made today of
the live Iveeum mrse attractio.m to
in hrotight to Iuke Linden during the
! l 1 1 3 season hv the lake Shore
Kntertainment course oa Mkaww.
B) 'Ster A. Long, author if the
IKrpular life problem leeturso.
The I'riiveraltv lit is. in IfSOtru
mental and Vocal inuslc and story
The Ako Con 1 rt coaiiwiny.
The st rs, kMpc-rsonatora ood quick
The MondelMOl.n Tito. three ladv
ntertainrnent aeotNti d bj John Bberty,
Rev. II. H. WpjNnHon of the Lake
Linden M . I hur. h will pnaeh to
morrow mcrnliig' on. Ti.e Capture
of the Soul hv Ood." and In the v veil
ing. "The Soul In the Presence of
Cod." Thes - 1 mons will i on. hide the
special S'TK - Ing given l, Rv. Mal-
Rev. Prederii Bagnall w ill preach at
the Lake I. ndsn v'onvreirHtioiial
hurch tomorrow morning on. "Why
'hrlst Du d. and In the evening at the
HuMsafl ehuri I on, "Jesus as a Church
HUBBELL tt ASEBALL TEAM
Manager 1 Blatter ol tin Hub-
bell baseball tiatn has ..allecl a meet
ing of the i.ivero and supporters to
iniy a steamer trunk,
are New s office, .'alu
4 Address "M
WANTIII) Servants of both sex
0 ply Calomel Hotel immediately
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTIII) ol lector, between 25 and
48 j ears, married man preferred;
must g.vc reference. Salary jfuar-
anteed. fall u Rooms 1 and .'. Cjtiel-
h Bblg.. i:iti 5th Bt.. Calumet.
MEN If -on want work, sell guaran
teed hosUi i o wearers; iila commis
sion: make I o dnlly: experience un-
oeceoomry. V'ldresg intkpnatk n-
AL MILLS 303S t'lmslnut. Phila.
WANTEI) t once 2 coat makeis.
Apply Mat Chop, f'06 Elm St., or
Phone 63 J. -tf
WANTED A tlrst-flass oxperlenced
grocery clerk. Married man prof or
rd. Arklress ivlf's Grocery, 133
Washington St . Manpiette. 8
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
VANTEJ )lrl for general house
work. Apply Mrs. Harry Read. 222
Calumet Si . liiirlotn. 4
VOH RENT one furnished room on
P.iahih St.; three furnished rooms
on iroouols St.; alt modern 000 tf Oil
11 11 e Applv lal Nelson. 'alumet. 7
If you want to begin or expand bus
iness, write the Hoard of Trade. Wey
burn, Saskatchewan. We want In
dustries, retailers and wholesalers.
1. ir 111. power -water fue chean.
I Bnlldera with capital needed Populn
iiiou douil.a this year.
j CLASSIFIED ADS
Mas no; :il
. 2, SOU, 800. 9 3
. 200,000 00
lc held tomorrow afternoon nt th
rooms of the Our Roy's, efojp far tin
ppfPJoe "f orprunlicing for the ftflTntTIf
SOOOBsV it is proposed to purchase th
gToajd stand formerlv loootod at thi
Lake Limlvn park and move it to tin
'alclonia park at Huhbell.
TORCH LAKE BREVITIES. 4
John Hermann M KXpOCtOd fsniPo to
day from i visit to the Iron country.
John Pe k of Saginaw arrived lo re
) entei (la y and will spend a short time
with his brother. Krnes' p, i ngen,
for the Minei-al Itane a: ftUfeelL
Ai rangi tiieiil.s have bOOO made fo.
special train oer the 'oppr ftOOH
for the Schumann-Heink OOttOOrt at
the Amphidronn on June 3.
INSURANCE IN ALL ITS
FAUCETT BROS. & CUCK.
May 4. 11. 18, 25
STATE OF MICHIGAN.
The Probate Court for the County of
At a session of said court, hrj sj
the probate office, in the village of
Houghton, In said county, on thu
3rd day of May. A. I. 1912.
Present, Hon. Geo. C Bentley, jadg
In the matter of the estate of Clans
E. Postrom, tocos M 'I
CpTl l'redTick Postrom alias John
ion, executor of said estate havin :
iiled in said court his petition pray
ing that the time tor the present -
.itlon Of claims against said estate be
limited and that a time and place be
I OPpolOted to receive, examine and ad
Just all claims ami demands against
said deceased by and before said court.
It is Ordered, That four months
from this date be allowed for creditors
to present claims against said estate.
It Is Further ordered. That the !th
day of Sept. P.M.', at ten o'clock in the
fon noon, at said probate office, he and
is hereby appointed for the examina
tion and adjustment of all cl lms anA
demands against said deceased, and
that notice thereof be given hy publi
cation ence each week, for three suc
cessive weeks previous to said day of
hearing, in the Calumet News, a news
paper printed and circulated In said
(Seal.) GEO. C. BENTLEY.
A true OOpy, Judge of Probate.
Llllaa G. Mitchell.
Register of Probate.
Ma Donald & Kerr,
Attorneys for Eotate.
May 4. 11, 18. 25.
STATE OF MICHIGAN.
The probate court for the County of
At a session of said OPJpf, held at
the prolate office In the village of
Eoughton In aald cout-.ty, on the
Ilrd d;-. of May, A- l. I!M2.
Present. Hon. (Jeorge C. Bentley
Judge of probate.
In the matter of the eatate of .tunics
Martin Jenkln, deceased.
John Jenkln, administrator Of siiid
stale having; filed In sail court his
P tltion. praving; for license to sell the
Interes' of said estate in certain n .1!
estate therein described, at public -oile.
II Is ordered. That the 2Hth da.v of
May A. D 1912 at ten o'clk in
the forenoon, at said probate office, br
and Is hereby appointed for Ic hihr
said petition, and thai all persons In
terested In said estate appear before
naid court, at anld time and pi o , p,
ahow enuse why a license to sell the
inteitsl of said vstat In said ral es
J Attention to Details 4
luoniid IHojUbbj a
oil u. d laili of tins
J Lank s i,, M I
M vot, A
I Calumet State Bank T
J CALUMET, MICH.
Paine, Webber & Comp'y
BANKERS AND BKOKERS
Direct Private Wire Connection with
Boston and New York
Curb Stocks Given Special Attention
W. L. STANNARD,
MARKETS. AT A OL 4NC.
NEW YORK MARKET OPENED VFRY WEAK.
BOSTON COPPERS LIQUIDATED.
CLOSE SHOWED SLIGHT RECOVERY.
LOCAL LIST ALSO LOWER. J JL J
Salt Lake, Cobalt and TonopahSlockslQuoced Constantly
Calumet, Mich. Laurlum Mich.
MR. A. L. CARNAHAN
has prepared the following Blue Print Mr
CALUMET AND VICINITY
PORTAGE LAKE AND VICINITY
LAKE AND VICINITY
Same will be sent FREE upon application.
GAY Si STURGIS
BANKERS & BROKERS, Boston, Mass.
ROY A. YOUNG. MGR. CALUMET BRANCH 108 5TH"8T.
.ate should no, be 01040110,
It Is Further Ordered. That 04lWk
notice thereof be given by publication
of i copy of this order, once each
week for three successive
previous to said day of
In the Calumet News, a newspaper
rlnted and circulated In said county.
(Seal) GEO. O. BENTLEY.
A true copy. Judge of Probata
Llllas G. Mitchell,
Register of Probate.
MacDonald & Kerr.
Attorneys for Estate.
EMPLOYES OF THE
C alumet X Her la M n ' Q Co
Who wish 0 .all tholr houoo. or buy
houses on Co. Land; who have room
to rant or who wish to rant rooms, are
invited to advertise
without any expense.
FOR SALE 9-room house, summer
kitchen, coal shed, barn room for i
horses, OtO. Apply 1505 Hecla St., Hec
FOR SALE Five-room house No. 2403
U street. Apply Jas. Barnette. x
FOR SALE House l.'49 Hecla St..
Hecla. Rock foundation. x
FOR OVALE House, 1616 Hecla St.
FOR SALE Hit Tunnel St.
FOR SALE 7 -room house, 4087 Cone
FOR SALM Four-room cottage, 2202
Middle St., Calumet
FOR SALE 11 -room house. Apply 260
no. kland st.
FOR SALE -7 room house No. I HI
Hecla St., Hecla. Enquire on prem
F iRSALE 11 -room house. 4208 10th
Street Yellow Jacket. x
FOR SALE 9-room house, modem
conveniences, steam heat, good foun
dation and plumbing. Apply 850 Cam
bria St.. Calumet
FoS sale Nine room house with
bath room, stone foundation, steam
heat, electric light and hardwood floor:
downstairs, large attic, also front ann
back stairs. Terms reasonable. Apply
1503 School St. x
FOR RENT One
4326 Acorn St.
ATENTS Produce Fortune
R1.K.H fo- piii-nts. piMilv on Patents.
"Hint to inventors." Invention
NeMert.'' "Vhy Sons) Inrsntorn ril."
All mi Fr , BeesstJ listsof pfastela buy
to our own r i,-iit . Sen,! rnuirh wUrtrh or
W'tel lor ansrrh Of Pte:it Offli-c reeordn.
"prenitivM In unntlen and Towns,
M i -p formerly ArtlnK Commls-
nar of Pit ids and a mieh'Wl fuirciiarge of
. rau.T ,'nirr. uiif r.i.r.v in i no ,
Mint Attorney W HUhlnalnn. D. V
",,v I '',! H-,.t t be Ktarl to
welcome hit triends and "itrons. fif
flce In Orenstola Blk. Hours 1 to 6
and 7 to 8 p, M. A thorough examin
ation of the eye and glasses ground
to correct refractive emrs. AH wors
guaranteed. Phono 633 W.
Manager, Calumet Office
MINNEAR 6 CO.
813, 814, 829.
I FOR SALE-4-roon, house. If JIM,
fcoMM 43oJOOaOt tBOJBtTO Within,
! for SALE -room house, 43 Lira
t-OR kbNT 4 Rooms 1204 Ridge St.
POll BALB House No
House, No. 4083 Elm St.,
TOR SALE 1525 Hecla St.
KOK S A LE Ki ve - room house, 862 Al
bion. FOR SALE room cottage, at a
bargain, 2614 Liberty otreeL Raym
baultown. FOR SALE 12-room house, 102 Laur
FOR SALE-v-room house. 730 Water
fOS SALE 7 -room house with t jc.
foundation. 726 Waterworks St.
FOR RENT 2 furnished rooms. Mtsl
ern conveniences. 3979 Scott St.
i 'i skXiE-tl-room house, No. 3044
Swedetown road. Apply on premises.
FOR SAIE Lot 3, block 3 Wohrorins
St.. Morlda. Apply at Mra Chap
man's boarding house, 123 Kearsarge
FOR sal E Seven -"room houoo, 369
Caledonia St.. Calumet. Mich.
FoR SALE House NoTs7TCaledoina
FoR SALE - House, No. 4036 Oak St.
FORSALE 8-room house. No. 379, on
Caledonia St. ParUculars at Wlck
strom & Co.'s store Pine St.
FOR BALE -fi-room house and barn.
Apply at 363 Caledonia SL x
FOR SALE 5-room house, cheap, 345
2651 Union Street A good house In
a desirable location. Apply on prem
FOR SALE Six-room
I K SALE House at very reasonahle
figure with good cellar. 620 4th It,
Blue Jacket. Apply on premises or C.
& H. office.
FOR SAL& 7-room house
2507 D St.
FOR RENT Rooms. Apply 3931 Tem
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS
pu-,,- ij.iM.n OM Palnmat Mich
phon l4 Holmsn Bldg., CSIumOX, Hi"-
All calls attended to either day or
night. We also handle fresh cut flow
ers for any occasion.
MICHIGAN COLLEGE OF MINES
F. W. MoNair, President.
Located in Lake Superior dis
trict. Mlnea and mills accessible
for college work. For Tear Hook
and Record of Graduates apply to
President or Secretary,
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