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MONDAY, JULY t. 112.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE TWO r Houghton Department mm car BESi CLIMBER n--. Hi L L CLIMBING CONTEST i.F THE AUTOMOBILE CLUB IS VERY SUCCESSFULLY HANDLED. 1m first hill climbing cntt under -tubpi' "s the 1 "".' 1 'oontr.. tomoblle club, held ' .. -pi f'r fi on Agate street :n FLm tlough , was wltawaW d b leveral hundred ,pla and proved of -real Intel rat . u ar. utii'h ei.ter.u il' i I hi claaa larid III.- Cjllllb Uul HtH pMJMCiMB hort Jtatimt sutatn a fUtt't' ! Hit ut.U wa nbmualil.t-i The- official avore, Kt tt fBo'v: ciwi a at ...i B4 : Ram 42 Ml wu: Bum vac. Sto CUM B i6 6k IUiiM'i. IS 4 i " Wh.fm.ii., 44 J Oaa tsj Welder Hani. J L Harris 4S S The atMO Otnktlai CMM D C. Prior. 3 A. J. Hub!. II 11 IJ. Jk.iv b 11. ' J OMi e - J. H. RJc. S2 ?-5. K. Faton, S? 4-i. rw.i. id a njcetra BMR M. Mensm-r. 4J 14 it succession, ami V t ix,ugUsa, 45 t-5, tililL -' Onrl4DHa)nt jj; s rihelden. 1'j t-! BIG CUT IS PLANKED. Northland Lumbtr Company Om New Ciwpi fljj ISflrtMMMl Lumber compel will -ut over nfteu million feet of lua thla ihuwr aava the (Mon4rn TfMB'd. This oiapan) has been eprat'ng at rri. Ontonagon ouniy foe about i jearo ond In tnat tim MM cut i.- hundred million fL The . .miwo ha reag of over i MfMa MKSMj purvhe-u I f- ilV ago "OUt ' WO .rl of l.m. i..' I,. i . ...Ii e r i roperty. A i imi U- kno n a Camp No. 4 i MM being builL in f t they are :.-.rl c inuleted. It dl be eenap-i-ed with all convenience of a modern .amp including in.it bed auppi.ed v itt. rood comfortable apiing. The NorthUad JLiimh,- company- Mj over itxtrm mUea of rairroad ruaninr Mta Hi timber anu maintains two io cmoivea Tttere sre at present about :ao man at vr.rk but whan It Is pooeifj'e M men the oimny employs lii Tlit : trnn thae ramiw are h.ppe io iren Ba ahrre they are .- .i awl in a. runnU;r at-'t. z t . -'I A j 4-S s-ont'i, tl art in lb i. ii...t i.ti several of tl starting ("a HI f. S ..I. n Oha'A.'. k. Some Safet Rule. the present week the Auto . . ... i. ,!!, n,n.:lt-- t three principal ruh-3 led. d - r a nil. rt :tn aot naaa a street ar iiOKtcd the roaael the 'i ti- run a. torn a -lar; arflnotiH ettlpaaawt, the winu . The rafjaai heeds, mud uardK ard lamps tomoboes may taJtaa . Oardnar Hocera. ttat . n-l in motion, another that all r of lb- I !.;.-. t ...in ... .v niotut ..r otl.r.i!e. . -rr? ad charge, of th timing of th:j)iKht at nihi, and th- tlurd. appii int presided ;.t the a..t inati- i..uM.. ,,, ip, Bjhtofl .,nly. is tliat traf inent that rans; a son? n! .;, i ... tifViHi at the corner of Fran.. f aa soon a Um ui j n ,n,j Hhtld-n .".ireeta. pnularl at the top f t:r loll, j i..(0 s H ' ead Hani 'urK" T.n-t rin ' - n. . ... I: iin car in 43 aeiond. Will Bia- HrS, IijiiKnithier left y-jrtT- day ii.r CMtMjfO t " ba present it the Kradauatin of her sister, Mian Haz i Iumntliit-r, frujn Uta St. Joseph'; hospital school fur nursea OLD ONTONAGON RESIDENT. Mrs. H. A. Savaoa Passat Away Vr The funeral of the late Mr. H. A Savage, a well Known resident of On tonagon 'vho died suddenly last Thuu dap. waa held Saturday afternoon. Alth service in chars of Rev. P. J. :,arweel-WaiKer. Members of ti L. . T. ii. attended in a body. Mis. Savage waa the daughter of Mr and Mrs Ale. MacDonahi. u was Urn Julv 7. 1S71', anu was edu cated in the Ontonagon schools. Bhe .. - ji.irr.i l Mi S-..iK- fA.n.y-on ears ago. Ki.- daughters. Misses Margart-t. Is.uiae. Katlierine.Mary. Jon i teandf t lMBiNni 'ioth-r, UtfM t-rothr aiMl 'hree sisters toirvlve. Tl alaters are- Mrs. Will Salter of Marquette Mm. Thomas c aiml.hael in the west Ubi Mrs. 1. r.i l .ixter of Ontonag...i Tl.- M I hers are Allie and An hle of UtOtagffOa and Robert In the ist. THE ONICAMING'S FOURTH. The Daigamlng dub will keep open li-.uae ii the P-.-irth. 'i here- will l motor boat i .n i, .n, aiai also J.-incing. K taMe d'iiole dinner will be served fnm six to h o'clock MM in the evening the grounds will ly i.luminau-ii and there will be a MMM) of flrew Ite BED JACKET JULY. 1-2-3-4-5-6 WOLLD IMPROVE LAWS. Co-"t, Ciartt af Biata Tat.a Acian at Cartaartat. The vvsnt citrtts of Mlewigan- in eoav en t ion Mat wek In Oraad KapMg, loan ir- .nitiauVe la in aaau.r of lacaaTr rndinai chan.ra .n the ii . rrv ana) aat arailtation U n e 4 tha sUotageat endorsementa nr the i otrratttiott was for a un.foafji .'ivorr-e taw. aonaa regnsstkaa wharebjr if a . Is marHed in oft state. Jiey canni4 a to anotner tae and . pon some timsy exewae. be om- di orved. Mach of the time waa giragi over to a dlgcuaalaii of this law. Another Mgtic. anal one that wottM aaTact .Vi.higaa materially dai with the nat-jra lira Hon laa. The unt clerks -r- eager that acme legislation be ena ted whereb m of the red MP tMM auisl be gone though lth oow. l-fore a man can becim- iu t- u ralite; may ba dispensed with. Thatl recommendation In partsrutar ajaajg with the fact that a man wM ha lived in a towa twenty ream ahauld not have tha man dMk-ult aarom.r.a naturalized, that the mar. has who hr. resided here a mch abort er time. aajrai orae of tboae who wish to becue i .:ifJm of the I'nited States will have t. go through all the detail ed prorata but it ia th .udgmfnt of the county clerk that the name ruk should Tot rmly to every cane. SUPERIOR IS MAKING GREAT RECORD AND Will SHOW A lARGE NET PROFIT EOR CURRENT YEAR Should Show Earnings of Approximately $300,000 Due to Rich Copper Recovery and High Metal Price. Other Gossip of the Coppers MEETS WITH APPROVAL. 7r,frountam GtI Speak of Norrra: Association for C. C. Mi5 Adesaida Diaromler, of Trl mountaln, ha nn viiting Mis Kato Stewart in Mariutt during the pa.st ek. In cornpary with M.ss. Kat:-.--rine Wattson. II. and I. leaner Rankm '10. she visited tb Norma! achoot on Thursday, says the Mining Journal M!s Derosl-r intimated the prol u..:if. "f ll - eata:...-nn.. :.t :' a Northern Normal Alumni awcM-iatioi: Ir. the copjier -.ountry and will take the 'natter up with President Kaye. St li ass-- i.ti'ins among the alumni would b a great advantage to ttu alumni and lo the Normal a well, us they would Mrve to jrotnote tht spirit of loyalty to the acuoo; already so prominent .nuong it. alumni, and would without dotht send many stu ients her.- even yiar. It la propose-: to SsM meeting at rerular Intervals al which helpfiil talks would given by prominent idMrntogg, Bucll move ments as this atv to b oommendeil must heartily. Afternoon and Night The Wortham & Allen SHOWS Highest Class Carnival Company in America 3Big Free Acts3 3-Bands of 50 Musicians-3 SPECIAL JULY 4th MMMmmamJWMmMMMMMMMmaMm The $1 000.00 Pylecnic "NIAGARA FALLS" MASSA CASE 'S SETTLED. The case of John Manna of South Range, who was charged with assault with intent to convnit Kreat 0odil harm on John Bonania ot Sout!i RMbJMj was settled Saturday in Jus tlce Little's court after a number of adjournments. Qaj aooint (a" the a.--Hence from the county of the com Plaining witness, aui ether ileum -stances. Ilagga vns permitteil to plead Kuiltv to almiil.- assault and gal lined l e rtoHftfl and costs. the latter gmounting t" tfi. Tile kire costs were line in th,. t xpeiisi involved ii, a trip RmaV hi Under Sbaiifl Sli'-rl Ian to I roii wood in nearch ot .l i-i, v. ho Med nfter knifing Boi.ttnio. The officer lad ed to lcxale Maagg at the time und tlie latt-r siihseipieritlN returned volunta ril and was irresteii. CALVERLEY CUP GAMES. July 13 Selected for Matches Between Duluth and Portage Lake. Th.- date i'or the playlna; of games for the Culverley cup between the i'nliitii and Portage Uike cluhs was Mld1 4 Saturday, July i:i being pick ed for the contest. If the Duluthera! sue. ed in winning the trophy this time It will he theirs "for keeps." ArranaTmagitg for the match were made Saturday night, while the party ot Oulutli golfers returned home last night. n the Fourth of July the portage Lake t'.oif olub ma libera will play for a dinner. Teams will be picked from the members present at the golf ground at nine o'clock on Thursday morning, mid will he captained by J. R, All i and It. H, Kdwards. CAUTIONS AGAINST FIRE. Chi! l-ouis ViH-tsi h of the Hough ton Fire fh'pnrtment (ft" it long residcntK to he enreful about cuusing fires on tb l'ourlh. While there will be no nfflbttil celebrgtloti of the Fwtrth, SmSy fireworks and explosives will be dJS harmed by private parties, senilis will he left smoldering and mad lies urc llahle to bg eandessly thrown nbont. Tht -i , unless carefully iMitehMI MM immeiliali MttlngUlshAfl are llulile lo cause Irotjbw und all are urg d to he Wat !ifn and careful COOD WILL FARM RECITAL. Suprlnta)dHI Walker of the flood Will farm reports that the faim bene llted to the extent ot XW, hy the re eeni iis ital uiven l.v Madam - Marriott Eatbadle After oaductlnfj the avfjaggat of egajpsgrlng; the tbenttat, and a ;mall print lnx bill, there In a bgaMMa of ih. t i nierialiimenis In other pans of th" upper peninsula hy Mine. I.abndle for the h, n dt :,r the flood Will farm, were also profitable. FINISHES MONTEZUMA CUT. Superintendent ;iiison has finished work on the cut through Montezuma street, on which he has been working for some time past, and the thorough tare is now opened ip for traffic. Su-l-rim. ndent (Jihson this morning re moved his drills nnd other outfit to Mam md atfMI In ,st Hnughton and will open Hp an gvenoe from lanernld Street to pearl. BACK FROM RALTIMORE. -he, ff j j Bftrn nrrA I. f. Mann proprietor of the liouglaNa House, r--tnrned home yeeterdar from lloltl MJM, vher Ihev look l several RtaSi of tho Uomo. rati, national con BY J A MiNNEAR S CO.) Sinking No shaft at Superior has been reaumed ani thla development will be watched ery carfullv, foi to data this shaft haa failed to disclose any commercial value- No. 1 shaft waa lunk to the 13th level, a liltle oer i;m feet from aurfac--. Or. the 13th level a croascut was eiteftded to the MOM rty owned by the St. Mary s Mineral Land company to eonnect with No. I shaft. Thl work was completed some months ago and when addi tional depth ia attained in the shaft. It will be possible to get through the broken formution disclosed in work ings at the 13th and levels above. It la hoped at greater depth to get into a more regular formation and If the Superior lode und also the West em ahow values anywhere eiual to those recently dis- ..s-d In working" tributary to No. 1 shaft, the value of Superior's stock will be materially enhanced. The shaft will probably be sunk :'00 or 300 feet further before any MSMmMf lateral work is undertaken. The recent strength in Superior stock, it selling above 14 during the past week, merely corrnberatea our pre viously expressed view to the effect that this laaue offe-red great apeculattve possibilities. To confirm this opinion it i only necesaary to point tr. the record which Superior la now making. Th company Is shipping between J00 and 10i0 tens of rock daily to the old Atlantic mill, and is obtaining a j recovery of mineral, so we are Informed, all the wav from 3", to aa high as M) pounds er ton of rock stamped. It Is safe to assume that the average during the past two . . ... . , j,. Ij ,.f atlsaMl 'IT. is mill- im'iiiiii "in mm wotpv mm i - ...... . ..,1 a iii dies .'.', rertned copper, so thnt the recovery .,' r.-flned epper is niual to at Last .'; pounus per ion' of roek stamped. As compared with the record in 1911 .f 19 pounds, It is obvious thut Superior should now show substantial earnings. It Is produ. lng very SsMH M IMJhMI unds of refined upper per ton against about one-half this amount In the previous year. In 1911, the total cost er pound of conner produced .a 1...31 cents per pound. However, this cost was abnormally high due to various contrlbi.tlng causes. A material sav ing In eost has resulted this year through economies of operations us well as the increased prodietion, and we venture the opinion that Superior Is now producing Us , . pper ut less than 1 cents u jxmnd. Net earnings for the month of June will be well In excess of 130.000, or at the rate ot 13. 6o per share on the ltiO.OOu shares of Su perior stock outstanding Before the year Is over, a fur tl.er induction in cost- will result nnd with an average of cents per pour al dualned for Its copper in 1812, Bu pi IMC should show net oroflt for the year ..t ap. proximately $:i00.000. The showing so far disclosed In the West lode Is little short of sensational. Coupled with the very satisfactory mineralisation In the Superior lode, the outlook for the piop.ity is ver promising. Prominent mining men of the district uuring the past wee; or two have inspected the re. .-ni underground developments at Superior and are loud In their praise of (he showing there. Two slopes MM IS! feet in width on the two lodes hav. in wi ..p. nel showing remarkable i-nrit hment It should be remembered that out of the MSJM shares, of Superior stock outstanding, r.o.luo shares are owned by the I'alumet & Hecla, and large blocks are owned by other privai. interests who will hold for dividends. vV know of no other stock In the l.ak. Superior district which offers greater promise- than Superior, and if No si aft discloses fuvorable results with depth, the stock can easily sell for 10u per share. At the close of the year mil, Superior had a nalance of liabilities amounting to IT3.09H. This, however, has alnce been entirely liquidated and a credit bain me now exists. CALUMET A. HECLA. We continue believing ("lillimet Hecla to be . heap est -lock intrinsically in tlie. I-ul Superior district. Nef only has this wonderful mine Increased its earning power b reason of the advance in metal prices, but lis MsicS assets hav. be.-n enhanced by the btUlfHMM in the MM) MttMM ot its subsidiary Mto.ks. 'ompated with the low lines that these i-.i.'s brought ill PHI. there has been an advance in the Calumet & Heela equity Ip its several !,ubsldiarles equal to about 12a per share e.n the 100,000 stores of Faluinct K lle. la stock outstanding. The lowest price e'aluinet & Hecla i;to I; Sold In 111 Continued on Page three. vention. Both found it very hi in Haltlmore, the heat in the conv-ntion hall, pac ked . ith thousands of people, being almost -tiding. They would have liked to have remained until a nomination made, but the pro ceedings promised to become to pro longed and the decided to 0CMM home SETTLE BANKRUPTCY CASE. Richard T. Ixvmey, refere In butiK rupt. y. left this morning f..r Baeggatba, vhere he will hold a session of bank ruptcy -ourt tomorrow, fa settle up lM ast- of the Rathfon I trot hers. It is exne. teo that the paXMMSMMI to UloIToW Will "ild Up the busiiies. ...n- nected with the bankruptcy of tb. Kathton loncern. which ten years ago was one of the largest mercantile houses In BaT Ml he. and failed for about MStjMt, Mr. loney expe. is to return M Houghton on Thursday. RUTLF.DGE AT HURONTOWN. Kev. i". H Untie. U'e. ibid secretary of the Anil-Saloon league, preached esteita inorniinr at th Hurontowi, Methodist Kpisronul church. Ilia ad vent to th" town caused conshierubl. excitement among saloon nv n -inl lt MM stated .his MOMUMJ that some complaint would be made against some .i ihcm for MM pine their places open on Sunda . MSajsaVasflMpjae ssS4SS44jJ HOUGHTON BREVITIES Fi.d l.lndhe of Houghton .-ft .s teTiluy to attend the Flks tnnnai con vention at Portland, eregon. Mrs. ('. F. Smock and MM PMjSSMIII have returiusi frmn a visit to Atiaut i. (la., ami to I this state. Percy Spurr has returned fre-m fiber. I In cedlege, where he graduated this summer from the literary depanment F.x-Congressman Fdward Denby oT letroit and family, will arrive at Houghton on July 9, and will be take.i in a tug to the Huion Mountain dub. The Houghton l.Uht Infantry has accepted an thvltath n to parti ipa. in the Fourth of July parade nt I.uut lum on the Fourth. The company will lae for I.iurium by girec cars bavini; at l:M Thursday morning, and vill camp during the day. Honert Hanks, of Norw.il It. Ohio, lather of Rn1bet OOorM) H. Ranlg. has arn ed lo spend in summer visli ing ut the honn- of hi. son In II. uh ton. Mr. 'tanks. Sr., !J un annual vis itor In ci.pjier.lom and says h' knows ol no cooler or ple-isonter planv lo pat In a summei vucation. Duluth, South Shore and Atlantic Railway MODERN OBSERVATION CAFE CARS STANDARD DRAWING ROOM SLEEPING CARS The Two Peninsulas Closer Together Than Ever Before DAILY TRAINS FASTER TIME NEW EQUIPMENT Announcement Extraordinary The "South Shore" begs to announce the inauguration of a DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE from the COPPER COUNTRY to the STRAITS OF MACKINAW and the placing in service ef MODERN OBSERVATION-CAFE CARS ON DAY TRAINS. DAILY Commencing Sunday, June 30 DAILY THE DAY TRAINS KNOWN AS NOS. 1 ANd7v7.LL RUN DAILY TO AND FROM M ACK I NA WCiT Y . w inc. ruL-uuvvirsij FASTER SCHEDULE. READ DOWN 10:15 a, 10:50 a. 11:00 a. 8:45 p. 9:55 . Leave Leave Leave A rnve Arrive . .. CALUMET .. .. HANCOCK ... ... HOUGHTON . 8T. IGNACE .... MACKINAW CITY Arriva Arrive Arrive Leave Leave READ UP. 8:45 p. t. 8:10 p. m. 7:55 p. Ra, 0 0 a. m. 8:00 a. m. MOflF RM I IB.Tl. nTr st-.r,t-r,... . - - SE R VA T I ON ' "en D whrVy o u s.t out ftl com fort jnd Vecond v ed rom the "bu i Wars' w! H be a t ac h ec PORTAGE LAKE and gg iXoT SSm DAILY --TrikOUQrl SLEEPING CAR SERVICE--DAILY a ON NIGHT TRAINS IHE COPPER COUNTRY TO MACKINAW riTv AND VICE venfta SLEEPING CARS ON ALL NIGHT TRAINS. I Quickest to all w City with tha The ALL MICHIGAN ROUTE via the STRAITS OF Mar i war Lower Miohifl,n pomta. Fa.t.r the XE SLtSmmt Cloaa connection at St. lanaca with is. aetata . . urand Rapida, Lanain M.chiQan Cantr., ,nd G R T, 0! P",at,a' th. D. A C. Lin. at M A full .nd oomplat. d.tcr.ption of th. New Observation Caf. r... ... pars. Read it, than c d look them over. You """" JAMES MANEY. G.n.ra, P..Ml,ar SMfH, Duluth, M.nn. JAMES ROOF RTSON, A. G. F. A P. A.. H.uoM.n, Mieh. - iiiiipiiiin...J m i. i. . . . y if V - JlylaaaaW ' rt . ... AHliiill .SbIbbbV - ' ' "' I. - - - .... aa - u