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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1913.
THE CALUMET NEWS
Hill 1EIS HO STOCK QUOTATIOWS
BROKERS' GOSSIP I
Butte & Superior.
I, ,,l !, v Sup. nor h is lilcl a $73.iOi
),,, ,.s i. ,;ui'.l l.y the t lilt ourt
i i th- Mni.-tals Saiatioii Mill, ;ui'l
alv,, h ,w to Keep operations
,.11.1 ..n t' ore per t'uv and
1 1 1 . t k . monlhlv r. ports l tin- court.
Copprr on 15' . Cent Basis.
,c t llll. .I Mi t.iis S'ilillg I OllU-aiO'
I I- l. llAl .l ii Selling I'licC i't elcC
ii, ;, i . i ,.(... i in l.'.'j cents a pound.
I , i;,.. ,i( wif'KH tin' coin-
p.. !;v li ,,l In. ii pl.u li ally out of Hie
..t. 'l "I' 'he I-Miiiii intercs.--.
ir I-..H .piotiug "11 the uluni' basis.
I I;, IS II.. immediate pt'ONpcCt 'l'
,,,, m Utah f.ppci's .-is.
!M in. ,ii. I'y the. ciiu f this ear.
,..u. '.. r. Hit- .-.nil-. my should ie in .
I ,., wiit-iv it nn iH ii. t In- obligen
t,, i.ir..w ,in' nioticv ;.nl it ill havo
, l in tf.msit and m process
,, : aid I"!' an.l 11'CC of ilH'Utn-
... ...,i..im.it.-ly .:..i"i". worth
i jv. v. li i wiih this aicoinplih
in i. w t Ii it ' la in. in. menu r.t
; ,,l;i;,. . ll;.- .lin. !'l o.' increased
,1 i.i.-n.is. .i ii is i-.ii''i.! nt the stock
j ! . . i , i . i w ill 1. 1. !.! til it tile Ollll'.ltl
i. ;.l ... i i y us .-tit i-c I roili.. t with
. ,, ,i ni'.i" t until it t" sold .iti.l pail
,. ... li 4 t j. ratlin- of t'tah f oppT
I , . . t s i..vS:'..!.- M in. .point and
,,..-!, I f. . ' . on ,ii. .1 tll.it alter two
-.,.,! i , i -1 - Hi.' cotr.piny will '.n' able
i,, ,,..v , r. ;,.--:. of NT a sh no annual
ly . . ., : -. .mii m t . 1 1 market. Atti-r
,i ;.,)S ir.-n- i.-o.l -is miling ca it..
-,. ..f or,- .l-iily it. should he
:,. ii n s a !; .! .uiiHi.illy ti,
i . i , ,-;. . r without taking into
...a,.,..;, i .,t!..M ,.t at! tl .liv i-.b-nds it
,ii i. . . ,v. .mi ii hoi lit, of Nevada
..!,. I;,r. .,1 .;.;. -tj. 1- Walker.
CLARK OPTIMISTIC ON COPPER
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r. tli man who has never saved
I.Hcro mcnn the turning point
m his life hs been reached, the
t me when judicious saving will
repi ice hecciless spending!
If you've reached this point,
jo,M h mny who Have SAV.
f4;-. Ninin pr cent inter
s at Pus bant .
Calnmei State Bank
SAVED AND DEPOSITED
Mass - -'i
M.Miawk Vi 41
North I.ik.- I l'i
NVv. Con H X"1-
North I'aitto -3'f
oi.l ix.iu 4S 4s1j
( hs. (-..la 7J "3
Ojihway 73 1
ttht r.l,.ii 4' 4'.
Pond I'lT.-k 1 7 17' ;
.Jnimy 33 ."
Kay v'oti 17 IS
S. - P.os-toii -
SiiiK'rior 2.' "JJ'i
Shannon '' ,;7.
Shiittiuk Ji"'m '.'7
'Pa ! u m in- M .S
1. S Mining .?ti'; 37
I'tali .'opptr il 4S'
t'tah foil 7 N'4
Vittoria 1l 1',
Winona 1 n 1
Wolv II 'j 42
Wyandot 30 .73
NEW YORK STOCKS.
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Ct. North Pi-.'.
( 'oiis. ( :as . . .
Mo. p. u-
Not tli Pacini
N. Y. f tuial
So. Pacilif . .
Pnion Pa . .
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.1. A. M iiuif.tr & fo. sa today:
Tin- ti-inh-iu-y was lower today as
J uc iiuhcatt-d iniwlit l.o the- cast' in our
ycstci da 's It-ttcr. Tin r- was nothing
in part it nl.ir to account for the wcak-
I r.css and the marki-t continued ex
tremely dull. It would semi as if the
climax mast he reat lied in the Me.vi
can sii'iatiou slmrtly, The lltierta ad
ininistration Ikis made sweeping in
i..is. in tli- international revenue
taxes of Mexico. Kewet nai was weak
arl, .-. ll'.n down to $2-", hut lati r in
lla ,'a nioie hu.iiii appeared, and
this is-uo k'.wed strong at ?2T hid and
5.1 ask.-d. Tonoj.ah IJxteiisioti an
lioun.,. ;i nnular (Uiiltcl 1 dividend
of j';. per cent and 2'.. per edit extra.
U . look for ;l sliKhll lower ratine of
PiK.s l.ut hiiieve that investment
slo.'Ks l.ould I..- picked Up oil an dip.
(J. A. Mmnear &. Co.)
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BANQUET AND CONFERENCE.
'!'! first tiiiii i.il oiierf:ticp nnd
bati(ut of th" "a- hi s of the First
Presbv t i iau Shi.'I.i.v m ln. was held
last -v mitig in tl,,. ,rhrs of the
i linn Ii, with !:v. I inn. I stalker, I. P
pnsld.ng. i piov.o ,i spbndid gath-
ftitri and eantu t hut, have a broad In
nuen. e on the m-hi's work iii the Sun
day seho.,;. The), -.v.re talks by Kev
Stalker, J. K. I inhi son. superintendent
of the s. 1 . .Voi man MeAuley, John
V Pulnier on Pie-Adolescent mid
A'Jofi,e.nt pres." Mr:-- U. 11. Thompson
Indian ann'i.il exports ubout 1,000,
0"O pounds, of fish tuawa and ahaik
fin f.r oi l. aiipi.f r.", imiiily
Chun, Sian,, j.ij.jn n other Oriental
countt p s,
SEVENTY ARRESTS ARE
MADE AT MOHAWK TODAY
Continued from First Page.
which the authorities a.'seit. consti
tutes mass pitketiiu. Today when
they pieceedod thl'oiinh the location
they ylltl and reviled workmen am'
tuher than the Mohatvlc incident the
district was again t,iiiei. eaicful lem
ciisttations henii held throughout the
zer.e. TIhmo vas nt tlisturhaticf re
lotted in MouKhton lounty, a faei
which the ollners attrilntle to the
pending decision in th1 supreme court
in recud to the injunction order.
The victims of Monday's .'hooting at
Quiucy and Superior are rapidly re
covering and two who have been in
St. Joseph's hospital at Hancock likely
will he sent to their homes hefore
the end of l tie week.
Justice Court Hearings.
The hearnm of farno lmrancheii.
i harmed with intimidation is set for
tomorrow' in the court f Justice f.
i . Jilt kola.
John Stim.-iili will le uiven a hear
inn tomorrow in Justice Jackela's
court on the thirst of obstructing ait
The case of John Makl. chattel
with assault and h.ittry has been set
Ky Justice J.ickol.i for poccnibrr .:.
that of Mitt Waarcla. eharsed with
assault and battery !or l)ecetnher 3.
that ot fh.irles Matsmi, assault and
battery. Pecember ; that of Isnau
Knovich, tissaalt ami battery, Decem
ber S, that of Mike Pnlot.i, ass;liilt
and battery, pecember ! and that of
Saur Milko. iissatdt a id battery, Dp
eember 1'h All of tin so- cases had
their origin in th" strike disturha nccs
which r. centred in Newtown location
on th'1 mornltm of );-t. 23. Although
the complaining witnesses are differ
ent in the eases, most of them were
based en the same Incident.
The hearing of John Itvers and
other deputies, held in eotiturtioii with
the shooting of little Margaret Fao
kas on Iabor Day, Is set fo.- tomor.
to.v in tin' court of Justice David .r
tnit. Ti e girl, who was quite serious
ly wounded by a revolver shot, has
Shots Fired at Residence.
Several ride su,ts were lircd at
resideii.-e of William Townsetid
South Kange. a Haiti.- workman.
:::!' last night. Th.. bullets penetrated
the walls on I ... 1 1 1 sides of the house,
but none of the members of (lie fatuil.v
were at hn,o at the time. Mr. Towti
si nd has received numerous threats
of late and the act is believed to have
1m en an attempt to carry out these
Evict Quincy Strikers.
P.efi re fiieuit fourt Poniniissioncr
Wied.-r Tuesday afternoon the cases
of t7 lessors of Quincy houses, who
have been ordered to vacate because
tliev are ru longer in the employ of
the company, were heard.
The strikers offered no defense. Six
of them moved out on receipt of no
tice and judgment was taken ami Inst
the other 61. They will now appeal the
matter to the circuit court.
CAPTAIN VICKERY TO WED
To Claim as His Bride, Prominent
Gotham Society Girl
A iiiiou a, . nieiii has been made of the
approaching marriage of faptain John
T. Vickerv, who is in charge- of a force
of one hundred dete lives in the cop
per country, faptain VlckeryV bride-to-be
is Miss Anna Prances Dunn, sis
ter of John Dunn, tt wealthy manu
f.i' turer in Past New York. The mar
riage wiP be solenilil.ed on fhfisttna.s
eve at th" li'illie of the bride. DllllS
iii' te on like (ieorge. New York.
faplain Yi'kcr.v will remain in lln
ppcr country until shortly before his
irriige, and immediately thereafter
himseif and bride will g to faliforniu
spend their hone moon.
Miss Dunn Is a prominent New York
icicty lead r and Is a lover of out-
"r athletics, golf, riding ami other
rms of sport. It was at first plan
n ci I the marriage would be solemnized
ist June, bat the recent death of th
young lady s mother cans it me nup
tials to be deferred
fuplaiu Vickerv plans to return to
the copper coimtrv with his bride next!
August and will accompany Dr. (ieorge
K. Oallcn. of Hancock, on a jachtiiig
trip to Isle (ovale
OLD TIME SPELLING BEE.
Members 'f the fnluuiet X-Iliy elub
last evening enjoved an old-t'me
spelling bee. There was a large it
tPiidanif, drawn by the novelty of
the program and the member nuidp
an excellent showing', several haviui
fihovvn evidences oT recently renewing
thtir aciiuaintanee vvP'.i their seliers.
J. M. fl.apntati was the last niHti n
CALUMET TOWNSHIP BIRTHS
Mirths recently reooiterl to Town
M,ip fletk tJeorg" Vait'ii arc Suit
to Mr. and Mm. John W. l "f
KHiarge, Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Dix
of 177 l,nk Dit.den avenue and Mr.
ami Mrs. JohnMernhiattl of 234 Itock
lan l street, and daughters to Mr. an I
Mrs. Frank Scussel o' 430 faledonla
and Mr. and Mrs. William If. Thomas
of Hal Kockland street.
Cel. Nlus "What do ! on tlunk of my
bnM hadptl frlpnd?
I'm DTh 'the Mill thou j-4 f-r.l Hi"?
"ThanM for th lob-jtcr."
First National Bank of
At the Close of Business on October 21, 1913
Cash and exchang 659,012.94
Loans and bonds 2,971,683.39
Banking House and Fixtures .. 49,800.00
Other real estate owned 17,070.00
Five per cent fund 10,000.00
Capital stock paid in
MEMBERS BOSTON AND NEW
WILLIAM Me KELVI E, Local Manager . Phonea'813 . 814 - 829
WIGS AND THEIR COST.
A Pretty Penny the Legal Light of
England Must Spend.
The long vacation over, barristers
and other olhcfals at the law courts
will again don their w ius, of different
sizes and shapes, according to the po
sition held b.v the wearer.
The higher the ollh'e the bigger the
wig. Doubtless It is from this fact
that the slang term "biu-vvlg." so
often applied to those in authority, is
The shape and .instruction ,,f a
wig, the number or curls on n, or ine
lac!; ol them, arc prescribed by un
written law. From the "full bottom"
'ress wig of the high court Judge,
down to the much less imposing head
gear of the "junior'' the shape and
si.e of every one ot them, ana tliey
iry considerably, show to what posi
on in the law tin; wearer has at
The wig of the high court Judge,
with th' side Haps, falling over the
shoulders in front, and adorned with
rows of curls in plenty, is made of
line Idea bed horsehair, and costs from
13 to :'o pounds.
Jnds presiding over lower courts
wefir correspondingly shorter wIks
called in the legal profession "bob-
v igs." They reach only to the tops of
the cars, have no side-Haps, am) only
curb: on either sid These
placed vertically. The cost
ig" Is from 3 to 10 pounds,
arc nnieh more comfortable
than the more Imposing sort
i r wig.
Th" wig worn by a criminal judge
is distinguished from that of the Judge
f a civil court by a small patch of
black hair set in the tp.
Tin- wiits worn by barristers oii
tain less horsehair and are decidedly
renter looking than those omie, by
Judges. When a barrister attains tj
the dignity of putting the letters K.
f. after his name, he Is entitled to
wear two additional culls on his wig
to distinguish him from his brother
The wig of an ordinary barrister
lias two little longitudinal curia over
each ear; that of a king's counsel has
three rows over each car, it Is but
.oldoni that a barrister Is allowed to
speak unless he is wearing his wig and
The gowns work by legal dignitaries
vary as much as do their wigs.
A high court Judge wears gorK'otis
robes made ,f silk, trimmed with er
mine, costing anything from 30 to 100
pounds. On stale occasions the high
court Judge carries a three-cornered
hat. but this Is never worn by him.
A K. fin gown Is of black silk, but
an ordinary barrister Is nt permitted
to wear a silk gown. Ills is mad' of
alpaca, or some such material known
ill the legal piol'cusloii as "stuff."
When a barrister has been made a
kinn'a counsel he is called a "silk."
SUTRO BATHS AT AUCTION.
San Fratniseo, fal., Nov. HO. Tho
Sutro Paths, which for cara have
shared tin- fame of the Cliff house and
Heal rocks as among tho most inter
esting places to b eeen by all visitors
to San Francisco, were put tip for sale
at auction today In order to lose the
estate of th.. hK; Adolph Sutro. The
baths Included the largest salt water
natatoriiiin In the world and had ac
commodations for -i.'X'n visitors.
A resident of Washington, N J, t
cetitly gathered from Ida garden n
the r.aine d.iy a incut -nrc of iipc i,v:p
berri8 and natural loe thick enough
!, thy fruit Into u shubet.
YORK STOCK EXCHANGE.
J .J. .J J
Licul. Virgil Paker, l. S. N. retired,
has taken charge of th' Paltimore
biatich of tin- naval hydrographic of
fice, relieving Lieut, t'omnia inlet
With the sanction t.f the p.rit ish
secretary of btate, Sir Aurd Stein has
undertaken an expedition into central
Asia, which lie expects to occupy him
nearly three cars. Proceeding to
Chines! Turkestan by a hitherto un
explored lout', he plans to spend the
winter in the desert. Afterward hix
work will proceed further east toward
the western border of China.
The first attempt to extract radium
in the 1'nited States was made by
Stephen T. Lock wood, of Puffalo, N, Y.,
in P.00. Mr. Lock wood brought from
Utih samples of curnotio ore and pub
lished in th" Engineering and Mining:
Journal the lirst radiographic plate
from produits of American carnolite.
lie Incorporated in l!i3 the first
American company to operate a plant
to produce radium as one of its
'I he tenth anniversary of the es
tablishment of tho descrl laboratory
near Tucson, Ariz., by the trustees of
the farncglc institution has Just been
celebrated. The citizens of Tttcon
contributed S00 acres of land and oth
er concessions for this scientilic insti
tution. Dalle wireless weather reports, ate
being received at Melbourne from Dr.
Mawson, In charge of the Australi
anlartic expedition now on the coast
apt. Koei an, his three compan
ions, who have Just returned to Den
mark from the dillicult feat of travers
ing Crecnland at its widest part, lat
itude 7'-'. Capt. Pcury crossed th"
north western end of tSreenlaiid thren.
times, lS!ij-s:3. Crecnland was lirst
crossed in 1xn by Nanseii, at latitude
Alfred Kussell Wallace, the groat
Fnglish scientist and co-worker with
Darwin in the pi in iple of evolution,
is dead at the age of HI years..
Sir William Osier will deliver the
principal address at the opening of the
James Piahanan Prady tirologlcal
clinic of the Johns Hopkins hospital.
F. Walker Maunder, the eminent
Fnglish astronomer, has been elected
secretary of the Victoria Institute. Mr.
Maunder has been superintendent of
tho solar department of the Royal ob
servatory, tlieenwlch, for forty years.
The annual Joint meeting of the
American Anthropological association
and the American Folk-lore sislety
will be held in the American museum
of natural histoty, New York. Dec.
t'H to 31.
In connection w ith the sixth Intel na
tional congress of mathematicians, to
be held In Stockholm in I It PI. King
IS ust a v .f Swiilen. has founded a prize
consisting of a gold medal beating a
portrait of lleistrass and a cash sum
of :;.(miii crowns for the best contrib
ution to the theory oX analytic func
tions. What is believed to be the largest
slngh shipment of vinegar ever made,
consisting of a solid ttHln of fifteen
tars, was sent recently from a factory
in Paris, Texas.
MICHIGAN COLLEGE OF MINES
F W. McNalr, President
For Year Book Apply to President
Paine, Webber & Co.
. BANKERS AND BROKERS.
vjr" - -
Iioston, Mass., Nov. t'O. The situation fctill remains unchanged.
Scattered selling is coming in gradually and buying is very feeble,
Stop orders are caught In some, stocks such as lak and there Is lit
tle support. '
The buying of Keweenaw the past few days has been noticeably
good. North ltutte also seems to bo In good demand with little atock
offered. We see nothing in sight at present to change the tendency of
the market and the only rallies to ho expected will como from att
J. A. MINNEAR & GO.
CALUMET, MICH. LAURIUM, MICH.
MARKETS AT A GLANCE
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20.
TENDENCY WAS LOWER TODAY.
LONDON COPPER OFF NEARLY A POUND.
KEWEENAW STRONG ON THE CLOSE,
TONOPAH EXTENSION DECLARED 5 PER CENT DIVIDEND.
Salt Lake, Cobalt and Tonopah Stocks Quoted Constantly
n One cent per word. No Classified Adver-
Rntp tisement Taken for Less Than
w Twenty five Cents
TELEPHONE YOUR WANT ADS. 209. WE CARRY ACCOUNTS
WITH ANY TELEPHONE SUBSCRIBER WHOSE NAME AP
PEARS IN THE TELEPHONE DIRECTORY.
a CKNTS A POUND paid for clean
cotton rags. No scraps. Calumet
News ofllce. -If
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTFD-tJiii for general house
work, one who can speak Fnglish.
Mrs. f.eo. T. Miller, Halt Pewablc Str..
Six room house. 40 1 Tain
BALMY FLORIDA, THE GULF
COAST AND CUBA. SOUTH
LAND INVITES YOU THIS
You can "scape the inclemencies of
the Northern Winters in a mild clitn
iite amid waving palms, blue skies and
balmy breezes from the Sulf. AVe will
be pleased to help you plan your trip;
quote yen attractive round-trip fares
in effect dally until April 30th. Re
turn limit June 1st, PMI. Splcndi 1
train service to Chicago, connecting
with fast trains of all lines South. Ap
ply to any ticket agent, D. S. S. A.
Ky. r C. K. Webb. Central A rent.
HougM. hi. Phone J '.;. t'O-t'Jt
FIRST PR1Z17 $J3.00
SFCOND PKIZK $13.i'0
T1IIP.D PRIZIJ $lo.oa
FOPRTM PRl.U 13.00
We want a suitable design or cut
with which to illustrate our "fFN
Tl'RY S MR IKS" which commences
January I, PHI.
We will pay prizes to the best four
illustrations (as above mentioned)
which an be reduced to cuts not ex
ceeding 3x3 inches.
Writ" to its at one, for terms.
The Illustrations will have to be
submitted and in nil" hands before
Dec. 3th. 1P13.
VORTHKRN MICHIGAN PFILDINO
A: LOAN ASSOCIATION, HAN
Nov. 13, IK, J0, t'i. 113, t7. II9.
WANTED H arders, 3357 Wedge St
-13 loom houde 1K02 Lau
FOR SALE Six
room house 1624
FOR SALK Seven room house, 3230
FOR SALE Enght room house, 780
FOR SALE Eight room house, 3212
FOR SALK 1523 HocJa St.
FOR SALE Nine room house, sum
mer kitchen, coal ulied. hatn room
for two horses, etc. Apply 1303 He?la
St., Ileiia A $2,300 house for $1,500.
FOR SALE Four room house,. No.
4IUU, Vehlnd Calumet dai.. Inquire
at ttrm !.
FOR SALE 6 room house, rock foun
dation. 2610 Liberty St.
FOR SALK 1553 Hecbt St., II. la.
tlood 7 room house with stone foun
dation, cemcit cellar, (loud bargain
if taken at once. -tf
NEWS WANT AD,
W. L. STANNARD
FOR SALK 8 room house, 4082 Elm
FOR SAIJ; Four room cottage, 2681
Union St., Raymbaultwon.
FOR SALK 3129 Tunnel St.
FOR SALK- House. 9 rooms, bath
4333 Kim St., Yellow Jacket.
-5 room house, 2016 Calu
FOR SALK House, 4036 Oak St., Yel
FOR SALE 11 room house.
230 Rockland St.
TOR SALE House, 457 Caledonia St.,
FOR SALE 394:
at the house.
Temple St. Apply
FOR SALE 8 room houe with etona
foundation and barn. Will be sold
at a bargain. 2631 Union St.
FOR SALE 7 room house and barn.
2507 D St.
FOR SALK 7 room houso and coal
fched, 4351, corner 11 In and Tine Stfl.,
FOR SALK 7 room house, 4087 Cotia
FOR SALK House. 1316 Heela hi.
FOR SALE Five room house, 832 Al
bion. FOR SALE 2623 Liberty St.
FOR SALK 6 room house, TJ0H
Svvcdetown Road. Apply on prem
ises. FOR SALK House. 1619 Hecla SL
FOR SALK House, 3133 Tunnel SL,
FOR SALE J rm houwi. Modern
conveniences. 1768 Boundary St..
FOR SALK 5 room house, cheap. 345
FOR SALE 9 room house with bath
room, stone foundation, steam heat,
electric light and hard wood floors
downstairs, large attic, also front and
back stairs. Terms reasonable. Apply
1503 School St.
FOR SALK lHt 3, block 3, Wolverine
St., Florida. Apply at Mrs. Chap
man's boarding house, 122 Kearsarge
FOR SALK 10 room house. Apply at
4328 Acorn St.
FOR S ALIO 9 room house, modern
conveniences, steam heat, good
foundation and plumbing. Apply 850
Cambria St., Calumet.
FOR SALE 5 room house, 437 Cal
edonia St., two houses from car line
at a bargain.
FOR SALE Household furniture. US
2nd nnd Iroquois Sts., Laurlum,
FOR SALK 7 room house, 363 Cai
edonla St.. Calumet, Mich.
TOR HALE 7 room house, 3983 Oace
ola Road, Newtown.
FOR RENT Rooms. Apply at $931
FOR RENT 4 room house, 219 Iro
quois St., Laurlum. Apply at 2&'4
FOR RKNT 4 room,
nth and Tina Sts.
FOR RENT 6 room house, 1 Franklla
FOR RRNT-1 furniaie4 !2