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mi 0 AttJMET NEW8
6ATURbAY, MARCH 29, wi
MINES AND MINING STOCKS
Paine, Webber & Comp'y
Further details f.r February show
Hint a i ord-hi -caking production was
not tin i.nly favorable feature for thai
The ore averaged decidedly higher
grade, and as of a better concentrat
ing character, mo (hat It was possible
fur the t'ntiiiaii In inakf a sustuutial
ly Improved extraction. Th tormaK
tieuted per stt t lfii per day also In
creased, averaging tor the month 1.2S2
This was fur the fmir section that
were put In ittiuiii ission. indh'atlnir
iliat wlnn the fifth I put into opera
tion the company will have no dittl-
ulty iii treating (.t iter than '..t"u)
t us of ore a day.
This should le Ilk another two weeks.
The new na kape system at the mine
is practically completed and except
possll.lv. for a. small addition to the
coarse-ci ashing department at the
mid, the toiistnn tioii program of tin
toinpaiiv is completed ami there will
be Do further expellee oil this score.
l.r the tlrst ten days of Maivh the
ere t. at' d has heen of a si ill higher
grade; in tact, prohal.ly th. liiglie-M
that the coin pa ii. has .t t rented, s.
that, although owing t very sligli;
operating changes not quite as lar"
a tonnage ;is treated its in tin cur-M-spondinsr
p i iod of February, u
I ;.rpr amount of coppei was produced
and the Indication are. therefore, that
tor March the company will again
show a few high record of pmdu.'t ion.
Haydn.. Stone X i'...
I'lltte. Molit. Wlulr II,. ofll.i.ll mi
I, oi.net in?it ms l.i-t-n made It I. as I i
1 .un.-d from ex. til. nt Monroe that tic
I.. l tpi;trt rl dividend ..n Tuolumne
Wll1 he mad. .'it a tllf. lllisi of the iii
,-eciors on March 31. There is ectv
pr.pect that within the next thr.
m..:itt.s the output of the company will
t e ,iicr.-a-td to lutv..ii -t"0 and :
t. n a d.iv, a- from prc-. nt in.iicati.it:
a l.iri;.- . te tody is brine opened un
I el Ween the : 200 r.r.d the -.l'"0 - f t
U-.s. Th. fTV.de. ot ole is collsld
. r.. !s huM.i r than in the leel
.it...,, ;,iul the shipments are n.v
a . i ;it I nr. Letter than 7 per cent. Tin- j
Tuolumne iiui.e is in splendid physical j
toiiditioti a v.! the future is l.ri-'hte'- j
than ever in the histoty of the com
pany. Considering its high silver a'
th.' Tuolumne company is now
pro.luclui;- copper at a mt of .iulitlv
se i n t . nts a pound an.l on ..
I'.-. t-ni market i in p sitimi to make
ha n.l.-oine retuitis on the j-toek as an
. tn.t nt Th. !. is .t ry prosper;
th.il Lefofe the 1 lid of the eaf tie
...inpan will he pavii.e ."i'tideiuhP
ht.'hel- .In ideluls
Superior &. Boston.
V. C president of Superior
..Stoll who is l-llllov the piopertV.
".M the Superior - lioston tw
dr. It ti.nim- a total .nih of
are t n-1 r 1 v driven east and west oil the
MMll l-vel. vvltll lull l.nes of o' e in
I'. Ill .'riflS. Tile M ill IS t.Ver 4" feet
tide. ill. I Is ol'e-l.eal III'.' I III oUV'.hoUt for
the entire dlrtallf. With T. el of o e
that :i Vela i'cs heller than 7 per cent
I.lotlU the loolWall S.de. and .'.", feet
of ore iii tie- harmintr that will proh
aids ran j'j er cent to 3 per cent cop
per 1 lie I. d-e is nil,'. Ml. ill);. loC
and i.ti ni.uieiit Th-- siMli eel east
Oil'i "ill connect wild the raise tioic
Ihe .1-1, th I. V.I ill ahollt f. leel. The
.-1 1 1 :
oiitinues in t
i lid w ill
,t ore per
lav. from the rai:o ,
silh eel drills
I p. the i:l Has,,
.-I to disiotit inut
foul I h le el to st I Ike the le.U'C
r.,ss, i!i will s. r e two par-
the dettllliiiriti. I. of the heiFld
i re hodv and Iii I loVide ventila
tion. The t'!o"F 'Uls oil the tPlith and
tweltlh levels .ii 111 en-oiiriter thl,
Clll 'Allhill the text tt. of thlee
i on..itioti' are I'x.-illi lit and fur
llal !.u ..i';'lii. development-' may c..u-
fid. tlth ,e epe ted."
SeVil'al St. I i'l l.at h.lll S.'lihes I.) (
the trau inn Irip with the hn.v mi wire :
pinh"d at Waco. T. ..r plavin.
poke r. 'nir Klorh.us country must
l.e prospi t ons w In ti lia-el,a s. rit.cr
h'ie Mime real nciii-v t., stake on th. I,
luck- at draw
FOR YOU EARNING
Intere.M at this bank, as it's Let
tcr t l.e sale than Forrv!
Helnjt Safe Is to have ,T run
Btantly RnmliiK bank account
and have money when needed.
Hum; Sorry--is tn Mp-nd all
und wish you hu.ln'l!
( ne In. liar f tarts an account!
Calumet Stale Bank
! STOCKS j
(From Paine, Wsbbsr S.
Gay S. Sturgis.)
Aimil 734 731;.
Adventure i 2'
Alloiieat 37 s 3s
Algomau 1 1 14
Ahmee't 2Nil 290
Aria, Coin ,T? :t
lioston Corbln 7 7 1 j
Hutte & Hulk . :'.
K.. & Sup 34 'i 34
Copper Range ....
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. t! j Uti
. HTk' 1
. 4 Pi 41:4
3 v 4
. 12 i U",.
2 2 1
23 i 21
H 1 j 1 a
2 2 ' ;
2 1 -j 3 f .
- 1 1
C. & A
C. & 11
llalicoi-k . .
l.a Salle . . .
N'ipissing . .
old Oom. ..
Ojihtt ay . . .
Hay r.it.s. .
Sup. & nosti
SI, rutin k . .
Tn ma rack .
Victoria . .
J. A. Minrunr & C. say today:
There was a furtlnr netieral Im
provement In all markets today. The
coppers continue to he the features.
hut the tails and industrial followed
to a certain extent today. The bank
Hatt tlient was exceedingly Hood, shoW-
iiiij the .Ira in of gold from this country
to Kin-op.- has practically ceased. Kv
eiy tiling tonight is t.noiahle for .. I
markets tiext w eek. I If course c
have ihe possihillty of U SUilf!ne court
decision .Monday hut the market uct.i
as if. t veil if the Worse hap U
advcl.se ,,., ;si.,n against the laillt
it is in a vulnerable position.
X. Mmnear & C...1
; Alca. mah
I Hutte Hulk
'hief Consolidated .
i Calumet - Montana
; C,, hin i ipper
! I a is Paly
1 leiin A riof ia
; l:al Hutte
1 '. 1 1'.
.f'!i 1 ' .
P.- 1". '
1 'h I 't j
H" HC'. 1
I 2 ,
.2'. . J'. i
. . .1.'. .!
7a x ....
1 ret n 'ana nea
f , , , , L. , t . . , , cu,() r
Kew eena w ......
1. S. - A
N'oilh Lake ...
I , I'nh.ny
! Lav Central
! Smith Live ( i.ik
I Sh itt urk '.'3
, South Heca
' S.iiit.i Hosalia
' S. X- (1
I Supn-ii.r X- Ho.'d..n . . .
I Soul hw est. rn M land .
' S.-uth Lake
' td v. Arizona
ADFLAIDE THURSTON, APRIL A.
Ad. I ii. Ie Thui-teii will nppeir at
' the Calumet theater April I in he lal
est piicCfHS, "The IoVe Alla'.l 1 '
, Frftlerli'k I'uultlliK, w'.i.i ill renurn
i here.! as the author of "The Woin.tn's
Hour.-' that delightful American com
I edy plived by Miss TIl'liMon HUf
i Hancock LNra. Uoitae Iake Cilee
PLAN TO GIVE OPERA.
j The Calumet KnUhts of Kalevn are
I ma kin:; plans for the presentation In
lh in ar. f ul um of a I'inriioh comedy.
. ' KulU rvo." by Akiven, a noted l-'lnn-I
ImIi pl.i w riif ht. The cast of twentv
' five perat.n.s .ill be H. let trd at once
land t hejirsals will be c inducted un-
iiit the direction of John W. Kivel.-i.
There are now about H' taxlcabs
pllnr rir hire In Cape Town, com
pared with 63 a year ago.
MOTORCAR FOR DIVERS.
tubmarin Slfdgt Doalgnad For Um
In Dcp Sa Work.
A diving liiutuirur or uhuaarlce
IfJge fur lLo uw of divers while at
work lu thg depths of the tx-tuu In
niuuoif the Intent di'vtov bvlug used lo
tb diver's nit. Tbe uyparutus, vrLlcb
Is a Kpeclullj deslued form of motor
car ou ruuuers liuteud of wheels. Las
uo power of Its own. being drawn
through the wuter aud mloug the bot
tom of the sen by a power bout on the
surface to which It is connected by
wlr cables and with whose driver tho
diver Is Id communication by telephone.
At the back of the diver's seat there
Li fastened a sheet or hood of metal for
1IVI.NU Hl.KlHiE IX Ol'tUAtitlX.
protect itiK hiui ti Kitltist the swift cur
rents that ate formed wheu the ve
hicle Is beltu drawn rapidly through
the water. The diving enr can he
steered upward und downward as we'l
as lu curves by means of a bteeriti
mechanism operated by compressed air
supplied frtru steel tanks attuched to
each side of the vehicle.
The diver while uperatim; the vehi
cle wears a regular diving unit, the
special feature of which Is a tank or
cartridge that for a period of threw
hours supplies the diver with fresh
air. The submarine sledjre is capable
of beiuj.' operated at a depth of about
130 feet when the sun ts thlning Mnd 1
Uses 11 searchlight fd from the sur j
face boat when artltleial llizht Is re j
quired. It weiiis bt pounds fullv !
The most striking possible appllca- !
Hon of the sledce Is In the work of
rwoverlntf stmketi wrecks or human '
bodies, the exact locution of which can 1
only le determined by a thorouirh j
search of n la rue area of river or sen j
bottom. I'.y towlnp th diver back and
forth over the bottom the search ran
be carried ou with- accuracy and In '
only a small part of the time that ordl j
narlly would be required.
The sledu'e has already been usd I
successfully at an average depth of
seventy feet in the inspection of a Ion
intake pipi runnluK out into salt water.
To Tin Shset Copper.
To tin sheet topper on miu lde, says
the Kngliieer, metal is taken t.f the cor
rect guuni.' or within one uumber of
that tilze and then cleansed with the
usual pickles ami l.y scouring with
sand or swarf and sand. The sheets
are then coated with a killed spirit
flux. They are nest placed upon a
holder laid at an anle of forty-tlve de
grees to the tinrilnj: pot. so that tin
excess of tin will return by gravity.
The molten tin is poured over the. cop
per bheet and any excess wlied ofT
with mops made of plumber's tow.
The oxide formed ou the reverse side
of the sheet from the heat of the mol
teu tin Is removed by dilute sulphuric
acid pickles. The sheets are washed
and dried and then if necessary rolled
ana In to gaiiye. and Miished. For
cleansing tinned articles there Is noth
ing better than whiting mixed with a
little kerosene oil. the surface being
polished afterward with a little of the
dry w hiting or Vienna lime.
Presrving Dry Battariet.
The life of dry Imlteries. which are
to Is? used In wet or damp places, may
he cousiderahly lengthened by 11 uk'
trenteti In the follow int manner:
The butteries are placed In glass Jars
a little wider yud higher than them
selves. A layer of dry sawdust Is
placed In the bottom for the battery
to rest on, and the sides are packed
with sawdust to within half an Inch
of the top Waterproof wires are con
nected to the bl'idliJK posts and melted
puralllu jured over the battery to the
top of the Jnr. The carbon and ltic
terminals should be marked to avoid
trouble when counertin;; several cells
together. liatteries treated In this
manner are waterproof and can be
submerged in water If necessary.
8riowa Direction of Sound.
A machine has been recently granted
a patent by the United States patent
otlice covering a method of determin
ing; tlie direction of a sound wave or
of locating a source of sound, and lu
doltiK this the waves emanating from
audi source are divided, and the dlvid
ed parts are compared by bringing first
one part and then another through u
common conductor. He employs an
apparatus. Including two diametrically
opposite receivers, the direction of th
source of the sound waves lelnK de
termined by Mopping one of the said
receivers, thus Indicating- Into which
of the receivers the particular sound
wave was received.
Filing Soft Metals.
It ts well known to mechanics that '
when lead. tin. soft solder and aluinlnl- j
urn are Hied the Hie Is noon filled with j
metal and will not cut, It cannot be '
cleaned, like the wood rasp, by dlpplnir '
It Into hot water or potirlnn tmlltris; '
wnter over It, but If the file and the I
work are kept wet with water there j
will 1M trouble whatever. I loth file
Mid work must b kept thoroughly wet
t all timea.
Bank of CalMmniet
8 A TYPH'AI. I'KoPl'CT
1NCKHTION AND SUHSKQl'KNT SUCCKSH WAH TWO
Avc-ici-i, th am HHCI N'T DEMAND OF TIIR COMMUN
ITY Toll A PROGRESSIVE DANK THAT SHOULD AL
WAYS UK IN CORDIAL SYMPATHY WITH THE EVERYDAY
, PEOPLE. AND Tim I'ACT THAT MoRI-J THAN SIX THOU
sand op tiii:m (i;.';;. ok whom work with thkir
HANDS) IIAHITUALLY HATRONIK THIS INSTITUTION.
SKKMS T 1ND1CATK gUITK HLAINLY THAT IT IS FI I.LI NO
IT IS NOT TWO I'UHPOSn OF THIS I.1TTLK TALK TO
INSULT Yol'lt INTi: LLI'iFN'Ci: WITH AHCUMFNTS TO
l'lUrVK THAT Till: SAVING HABIT IS A GOOD THING. YOU
ALL KNOW THAT. Till S LHSSoN HAS HKKN DHU.MM I'D
INTO YH! A THOUSAND T1MKS IN AS 41 ANY D1FFF.KFNT
WAYS. AITKIt HAVlNiJ SAVFD YOUR MoNIJY WK WANT
TO SHOW Yoll A SAFE AND PROFITABLE PLACE TO KEEP
IT. A UDACK VH LRU IT WILL KAKN YOU A FAIR RATH
OF INTKRKST AND WIIFRi: YOU CAN GET IT WHEN YOU
WANT IT. THIS LAST IS A MOST IMPORTANT Til I NO FOR
Yol'lt CoN" IDI HA THiN.
KVF.RY oiilKIt FORM F INVFSTMFNT li-'. SUR.HVT TO
I'l.l'iTI'ATIoN AND DKI' HI ! I A TH '. FVI'.N UNITKD
STATKS AND 1 1 I'll 1 .11 COYIOHNMFNT I'.o.NDi! ARK YKRY
MUCH I.OWI.K THAN T 1 1 K Y WKHK Kl HIT oil TKN YKARS
Alio. HUT Vul'i: SAVINGS IN THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF CALUMET A HI) ALWAYS WORTH PAR AND YOU CAN
HAVE TIIF.M FOR THE ASKING. TH FY ARK NoT PIMMHOT
To M AUK' I M' FLUCTU ATIONS N .R DoF.'l TH FIR VALUK
Di'.UKND IT11N THF. HHICFS. uP ANY COMMODITY oTt TH IT
CONDITIONS OF ANY LINK OF HUSINFSK WARS AND RU
MORS OF WARS HAVE NO BLIGHTING ETFECT UPON THEM.
IN CAFFS OF SUDDKN KMKKOKNCY, SICKNKSS, DI'ATH
HACK OF WOlIK, i.R THF Ll K K, THIS Ft )RM OF 1NVFST
Mi:NT IS 1NVALUARLK. YOU DON'T 1 1 A V K T IOOK
AROUND FOR A CUSTOM Fit, SKLL AT A LOPS, OR PAY
ANYUODY A COMMISSION. YOUR CASH IS RI'ADY AND
YOUR INVFST.MKNT WILL HAY OUT WITHOUT DISCOUNT
Yiiii. mi. Minn., has l-ctii added t
Ihe low .N.illliern IfilKlle. Tile circuit
as now t tinvtil ulftl Ini lutles: Minne
ap.tliH. St. U:tu;, Diilutli, Supeiit.r,
Citan.l Forks, Winnipeg, Yirninia :ind
3 CFNTS A HOUND paid for clean
white cotton rays. No H'laps. Calu
met News olllce. tt
HELP WANTED MALE.
M FN w l.'diiiu; to earn three to live dol
lars per day, write for terms Imme
diately. First National Nurseries. H..
chester, N. Y.
HELP WANTEP FEMALE.
WANTFD-4'ompetent kltcm-u nit I.
Palace Hotel Laiillum. -tf
WANTi;D - !ii I for Keneral lioii.se
work. Apply T.HJ'i 7th St., Calumei
WANTFD - l iu ral Atfent at Calumet
b Illinois in.npartl. iMitlnx ntock
i ompan.N ; capital nlo. k $:!aa,lMM); poli
i y conlracts unsurpa.sHetl ; Company
as.slMt.s ami nis lucallv in HecuriiiK bu.sl
in ss; . Commissions, perpetual renew
als and branch ottlco allowance to
a vt nt who can tiialit. Insurance.
HM5 Schilh r I Shin;., Chicauo.
(Mi.r. !'! Apr. 1. 3)
WANTFD -A reliable lepresentaiivfto
liaii.ll.' our exclushf, eopyrlKht cal
endars, fans, hlotlt-r.s, and advert IsliiK
stickers, in Calumet. Will not reulre
all of your time. Liberal commission.
Husincs.s entablished 30 rs. Write for
proposition. Sales Manager.
MFHCII ANTS PFHMSIIINC "o..
C."ik Kalama.oo, Michigan.
Go into Business for Yourself
A bright yoiin man with from $1,
Ci'ii lo $l,r.iii tt Invest, an get th
exclusive apelicy lor the best adver
tised commodity in the I'nited States.
A money maker Apply to S. A. Jew
ell, L'3"' Smith Ave.. Detroit. Mich.
'READ TOR PROFIT
pews Want Ails
USE FOR RESULTS
til'" TTIK i.'Ol'PKlt COUNTRY. ITS
MICHIGAN COLLEGE OF MINES
P. W. McNulr, President
For Year Book Apply to Prnident
FOLLOWING WOMEN ARE IN
NEED OF DY WORK.
Mrs. Ira Jokela, f.12 I'nd St.
Mrs. Mary Delia, 231 -.".r.l St., Ten
Mrs. Mary Oreporlt h, tVdar Lane.
Mrs. Curslnsky, Wolverine St..
Mrt Holma, SCO Cedar St.
Mra. Lehto CentennlaL
Mtm. Ann Harvev, 111 Florltla St.
Mrs. Au vain. 213 Osceola.
Mrs. Tervo, 2415 H. St.
Mrs. Delaciia, 141 Tamarack St.
Mrs. Mike Martin. IIO.'H Calumet Ave.
If in need of boys or Irls for ode
lob call -Tt
OFFICE OF SUPERIOR AND PITTS
BURG COPPER COMPANY.
To the Shareholders: You are here
by n. .tilled (hat the Annual MeetlriK of
the stockholders of Superior Hltta
bun; Copper Company will be held ot
the otlice of the Company, Calumet.
Michigan. Morula). April 14lh. 1H13, at
12 o'clock noon, for the purpose of
electing directum for th ensuing year
an.l for such other business as may
come before the meeting.
The transfer books of the Company
will he closed March 7th. HU3, and
will re-open March 17th. 1913.
Hy Order of Ihe Hoards or Directors.
OOUDON It. l!AMPHi:UU
Dated nt Calumet, Michigan, Marcl
1st. 1913. (Advertisement Ai.r !4
OFFICE OF CALUMET AND ARIZ
ONA MINING COMPANY.
To the Shareholders: You are here
by notified that the Annual Meeting of
Ihe stockholders of Calumet ami Arlx
ona MiniriK Coiupuny will be hel.l at
the otlice of the Compiiuy, Warren,
Arizona, Monday, April IHh, 1 U13. at
10 o'clock A. M. for the purpose of
elect InK eleven directors for Ihe ensu
iriK year and for such other business
us may come before the meeting.
The trjiihf.r, books of llm Company
will be closed March Tlh and will re
nin In iloseil until March 17th, 1913.
Hy Order of the Hoards of Directors.
CORDON R. CAM PRKKL,
Hated at Calumet. Michigan. March
1st. 1913. AdvpfrlseruMit Apr 1 4
NORTH BUTTE MINING COMPANY.
Dividend No. 29.
A quarterly dividend of $20... nan oo,
ben tlft v r ents per share on the, nut
Handing Mock of Ihe company, has
been declared out of Ihe surplus earn
Inps. payable April Hth. 1.1, to the
Hotkhohlers of record at the clone of
bnslneMM on April 4th. 1913. The
transfer books will be cloned from
April Mb. 1913. ti April 21st. 1913. both
C. A. Dl'NCAN. Treasurer.
March 22, 2C, 29 April 1.
n.isu.n, Ma.. March 2 Improvement in metal reunited M ril.
fiiU-nt buying of all o.ppern. Amalgamated and Anaconda were u.
leaders but all local Mock acted well. A week, ago we pointed out tli,.
iiccumulHlli.il of Osceola. It has had an elRla point advance, , u,si,n
IM to 5 ex-dlvldend. Coppers have been liquidated to a Etond?tin
and ore in shape for a ten-point advance.
J. A. MINNEAR & CO.
ALL MARKETS HIGHER.
BANK STATEMENT EXCEEDINGLY GOOD.
EVERYTHING LOOKS FAVORABLE FOR NEXT WEEK.
CALUMET. MICH. LAURIUM, MICH.
Salt Lake, Cobalt and Tonopah Stocks Quoted Constantly
pVERY MONDAY we issue a forecast
of probable dividend and stockhold
ers' meetings, together with financial
news in general.
A COPY MAY HR HAD HY CALLING
AT OUIt OFFICIO Olt SAMK WILL
HF MAILIOD ON R Kg U F.ST.
Calumet & Hecla M'ngCo
Who with to tell tbir house or buy
houtts on Co. Land; who hav rooms
to rtnt or who with to rent rooma. arc
invited to advrrtiat in this column
without any expensa.
I'DIt SALK i:..r.3 Hwla St.. Ilecla.
Oood aeven room house, with Mono
foundation. Conent cellar. (Jood bar
Kain if taken before April 14. -tf
I'Olt SALK Six loom bonne,
foundallon I'tUa Liberty St.
Kolt KKNT tine
43?r. Acorn St.
KtJlt KALI-:-Lot 3, block 3 Wolverln
St. Klorlda. Apply at Mr. Chap
man'.i boarding houe, 122 Kearaarge
I'Olt SALK -S-room hoiine. No. 37
on Caledonia St Particulars at
Wlckatrom & Co.'a ntore. IMne St.
Ilecla. Hock foundation. a
FOR SALK 3129 Tunnel St.
I)R SALK Six-room
FOR SALK H-rooin house, auiom-r
kitchen, coal ahed, barn room for I
homes, etc. Apply lio.r HetMa St,
Ilecla. A IJ.r.on house far $1,500.
FOR SALK 1( Room House.
432 Acorn St.
FOR SALK f-room house, cheap, 34
FOR SALK House 1.r.m ilecla St..
FOR HALF Houpe, rooms, bath
433.r. Khn St.. Yellow Jacket.
FOR SAUK House, No. 403 Oal SI
OR RKNT Rooms, Apply 39.11 Ten?
Pie St. x
FOR SALK House, No. 4083 Kim St
FOR SALF-3942 Temple 5t.
at the house.
FOR SALK Seven-room house, SCI
Caledonia St.. Calumet. Mich.
FOR SALK House No. 457. Caledonia
FOR SALK Five-room house. US: Al
bion. FOR SALK-ll-r .om
?'. Uneklanrt .
FOR SALK House. lf.1 Ilecla St.
FOR SAT.K 7 room tuase,
ceola Road. Newtown.
FOR SALK 7 room house. 3230 Rldg
FOR SK-Klght rtimn house. 3212
Itldga l. t
FOR SALKG-room house, tt Calu
met ave. i
WANTKD-Hoarders. 3r7 Wedge St
FOR ItKNT Four roms. 42(1
11th and Flow Sta.
FOR SALK 7 -room house and barn
25.07 I) St.
W. L. 8TANNARD, MGR., CALUMET BRANCH.
Roy A. Young,
-7 -room house, 40! Con
Kor aale at a cheap bargain 5-rix.a
house No. 437 Caiedonla streft, to
houses fr" i atreet car.
1'OH SALK C-room nouxe, Nu. 3n44
Swedetown road. Aply on pretnl.-eii
FOR SALK Nine room limine with
bath room, stone foundation, Mftia
heat, electric light and hardwood fV.urt
downatalra, large attic, rIpo fioiit hiiJ
back atalrn. Terms reasonable. Ap
ply "803 School St.
i'OR SALK 4 room cottase. JrtHl
Union St.. Itaymhaultown.
FOR SALW -8-room house, 40S2 Llm
TO IiF.NT Four room house No 21
Iroouida St., Iaurlum. Apply t
;8r..j r.ockland St.
FOR SALK 6 rimm htiune with turn.
If.GO Ilecla St.
FOR RKNT 6 room house
Frar.klln St. Florida.
FOR SALK House .No.
FOR SALK 9 -rootit house. nuniM
convenience Kteam heat, good f:-n-datlon
and plumbing. Apply 8S0 Cam
bria St Calumet.
FOR SALK 8-room house, 730 Water,
FOR SALR-4-room house. N.. W
behind Calumet dam. inaulre with'
FOR SALK -125 HerlH St.
Mar. 22. 29 Apr. r., 12
STATK OF MICHIGAN.
The Probate Court for the County ,,f
At a session of palj Court, held u
the Probate Olllce In the Village 'f
llonvjhton in suld County, on H"'
22ml day of March A. D. 1913.
Present: Hon. Ceo. C. Itenlley, .bulf
In the Matter of the Kstate of Mi'
ae Johnson. Deceasetl.
Hrita Karolina Johnson luivinK
in sal.l court her petition praln? l'"'
a certain instrument In writing. I'lif
porliriK- to be the last will ami tesU
merit of said dei'eused, now on tile i
aal'.l court be udmltled to probate, a
that the administration of said esla"
be ranted t Hrita Karolina -'l,n
mm, Kdward Johnson and CharM
iJ'ln or to some other Mailable person.
It Is Ordered. That the Kith day "f
Aprit A. D. 1913. at ten o'clock in l'"
forenoon, at said probate nftlce, be "'
Is hereby appointed for hear I tut m"1,1
It Is Further Ordered. Tht pnbl'r
notice thereof be Klven by pul.lliutien
.r a copy of this order, once e;i '
week for three successive weeks pre
vious to said day of hearlnk'. In
Calumet News, a newspaper print'"'
pnd circulated In said county.
fSeal) tlKO. C. HRNTLl'V.
A true copy. Judge of rr..b"-
Clerk t.f Probate.
Atty's for Kstate.
TPW WANT AD.