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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1913.
"PAC1E SIX THE CALUMET NEWS MINING NEWS 10 STOCK QUOTATIONS MAY BUILD A LEAD SMELTER Shattuck Could Supply It With 100 Tons Daily Tli. i" i v v! tbe Shut tuck , mvMil .1 !.m,i stack in I lit- district to l.;it .1 1 1 i,ili.-!l'l of its lead- Ml, r i.M-s il.lll.N ha I'.' ll greeted Willi . ..t.'lUi.tsm i. I'ilS'UI! .si.n khol.lt rs. -,v.- i!. His:,,.,. Review. Tin- lead- I- . IV ImmIv I. as been ope 111 ll . I i. tlx I.. assure a production nf l -i i, .us ilaily for a long l' will' Sl,.,lui. U . ..ul.l sav.' III.' cost in t i ., i , - . r I. i i. n I.. Fl I'a.i all.l the . ,.!',! r,. ;M : to 1 la- MU'lliT I here I,'. I!,. a!, I K H'.s a' holilc. Erection i I a vii.t.i;.!.- l".i-t..n smelter would llt . . ,.s II. at w.ail.l al lliis litm- (tii!,. ( u iiiaii in llf least, will' its i.. i i, i than a million lllars i'M li would not l I I" curtail I' , i mi. reused div i :-! I ia m Mils , . , :i li., i;; i i.iii ot Ha. ila in would i, a . ;! - I.. M- !i' on t!:- ,-oper account ,!, ,,: i,.,ise, loo, I'oi- id,- increased i. . in a s from i-a.l uoiii.i .simply I,,,;.,, thai HUM ll IMol.- knocked from n. i i"-r . Custom Ores Available. i . 1 1 ,.. -i,.- 1 1 S!ial I UiU .'.nil. I ,i ,i ! I;!!'.- CUslolU business ; i... ,i, :i ! I if il so il.sireil, if the I,.., .,!' I. -a, slIH'll.T. f..- III. re .i , a , . . rl a . a lal in a r l he sur- I i . , ., i!aj..- a '."U I a II. I ill t lie ,. a,.! .a li,.- ilisi i i. i. which woiil.l !.. in.ii. .1 .,al l.iouul.l .ii hv lla- pfos ,.. I--I 'al I !.. iiahv nliial la ilu ov la-i ,! !'.. it- li.i.p-ii.-il lo in- sin.-lt in-- fa. ill ,' n , ,:l halic- lo .ie Ililll lla- . osl of : l...,i.i.v. I .. .ll- tali- .'. Nor IS I lie .In-ail! of l I'! sil.el ,,V eoiliM out of t !,- 1 1,-1 1 i i at 1 1,; i iiiu- 1.1,1 ir.-l.v 'oii : I,. . I I .. .-' !ia I t la K I'l o.l i, I 1 1 I , by .'HIV I, i.i in I , . iia -a ti:. lis , o, i.- i, 11 of : 1 1 v ! , I,- p. r la v for K I 'as,, sin. H. -r I i ,,:..,:,! . . v, -...! .1 l.y llio combined . .:;,,! i i' i .-.-r s a a, I small pro, In, -ers w .if,- -.ting out this sort of id:i - i .. ,,? t !.,. pr.-s.-m tim,.. There is. .-!. V. ! I Ions, ,11 to ti.-licVc ! ,. ' a a , I .-t.c !. ill til.' district w-nilil , .. ; ,; J : 1 1 i - custom business, atal !':..: vvo-il-l -row ppr.-.ia ! I with .... a.ai!,:.u tiu- passim; of milch i 'I !..-r.- i- al.oth. r i.-w to I"' i i ,. .,-. .-1 ! ta.it is in the nil van -; ,. ia . - a la 1 i .a.- .ti.ss W a y tli.it !- , . .t- pa' foil, a lal the '..I- ' .- -a.'.. I a ailal.i.' .' i ;.- .!.--; I. .' ' nil'l a! r to la.mi-.-, - p. ,.,.,-. .ial ia I l.:t 1 i-oim.T-: .. n . .- (.. : i- iia ml, i It I that tliTi , . -r .!:; t.-r olllil.tf up. I !isb.--i, i i - - . i... ... a i ion f,.r a m.-l-r : i- . r tar f I . 'Ill o il of 1 1.' : . !, ... i p.,- a. lo i.il't;.- s:a fa, i... ; It ..! 1. a I . ' as, u . i! as a a ma j j i 'V ! o:- it.. ;..-!! y. Nw Ore Eras. ! i in !i'o. ii..- I . a.-!!, t a. ' ' I a . . -. I ..l.,p lit of t - . - i 1 s . :, i ., -I, with - . . ,,! s. - - a in'm - . , i '..! .. ' . - A-, h.-r-- .1 ariiin : . . p -; t .loii't m to I ...-a pt ! .Ii thi ,..-lri, I. :ii.. I a .-otii.- l-.iir.-n tifinM mi th !iiw-KruK schists ntul Kr fihvry (iiinftniratlriK) vu-h of th Ray tlistii. t, In IMnal iMiinly, and th Miami distrlot. In Oila rntinty. Sis'oiiil nnionir tin mlnoral )irt'iluts (.f Arizona in ifll. in whlfli th state rankn Hv'iith. Th only othT iin iM.rtunt mlmral proiliii't i nilti, In whiili Arlzoiui ranks hlxth in pruilui' tlon. Th' thr inetalx. miipor, ruM. umi silvM'. oonstltnit nearly '. r 'in uf th total product inn of th Mat'. The no M production In 1912 was ISl.S'i? lino oiimvx, valu.d at I'l.Tfi:', aiul thf ellvi-r production was 3, 4S4i.!N ; ounces, valued at $2.Ht.r.SS. Nearly on-'-third of iln f-'old output i ohtailli'd III tht reduction of flipper ores, ami most of the silver als, fomen from copper ores, Arizona produces itls.i c.iiisidera hie ipia nt it i.-s of lead and zuie, the former amoiintlni? In 1!U2 to ::.- :t short tons, valued at f:ii;.2it. and the latter to -t,:t7!i short tons, val ued at l''i"4,:!l't. The total value of ll.e metallic content of the ore pt-.)-ituced ill Arioiia in 1!M2 was liM.iMla, "",11, or mole than (! per cent of the to tal mineral product ion of the state. IS GREAT IRON STATE. r STOCKS Uiston Ther waa nothlnjc lu-w in the market today. Kithor more II iuidatioii which ni'ctn.s unlikely on n iovorliiK movement I'uiinot he many days iivvaj. This lias been neatly a re ford-hiv akliiK week n regards smallness of transactions. A detlnito trend one way or tlo other looki like ly. Tie fact ttiat bad news hns s little ef'.ect is evidence that a rally may come. I. ,. stur.fis. BOSTON STOCKS. (From Paine, Wtbber & Co., and Gay & Sturgis.) AmalKamatt d Alaska mind vial i ... -a t: i-'it t lu-v . otll ' ,. -a k .-' : t t ha II e e- I .1 'I..T .tlotlU. ' ' '. i - 1 . -' i !! el's : a tn ;i ia i- : ! .. ; ' Ma ,i : I - - i,,i. Il.a . .... lus.. li a -: ti- in 1..- '' .ma n-; a tal at .: a, t i.e .h i m-. It is IM i - i . a t han ., : -ia . I ilu.- in the . . , : if ,.(,. - -i. -... r.s lla W..I k V e,, , ,1 I , . 1 ICe !' - ..it S il I - I.. I t.lia -. ., at t ia- in). !. -1 i I , I i i i , i . ! to 1 1 x a t . . ! : - I ;. i , ! ; . tot cat I i t ; . ! : It. ! . Mel u . ! ii c cr :. ! ..;-! . i . ti- .i.e It is a ..; ' ... - " I.'..: la. "Hi. Ill : ! ' I . ....!,!.. to halt It ' , . .., l a !)", lev t ,,l.sl l i-. ''. I . . : : 1 la.' if t,c I c e it all the .. ! Mac) Lfraiiny Company. '.'i ;..:'. 1 !,,- W l . hell .: -! . I 1. 1' i!r: l,,;,MI , j,.., . v . , s.,1, -fa. - I ' . v , ... .-. .-.. he, I I I.e a : . . ., ,. , . ) ul'-clt,.: . . i - a - a : I.. ep. , t lo ul- . . . : . ' i ,t I . . i ri very : r : : a- - t.c.mif r-nind !. ' - i.e l ei ll !lipplll!i Minnesota Showed a Big Increase in 1912. llec.iuse i.f its jrre.itw callll a lid e- teiisi.' levelo.mnt i f iron ons, Min ensot a ranks ninth anions all the states .11 the value of its mineral pl'o 'luotion. In its otitpat of ii't.n me Minne-s, ;i far outranks all oilier states, and during the last three ycal.s 't has coiitriliuted ho'ii In quantity lid v hi..' coiisaii-ra my more man Dan of the iron ia.. prod. ne. I and mar keted in the rilited States, iioci .I'd 1 htf p. Kdwi.rd Parker ,T the I'nited States i :e.'.lo,u!ic.'i I Survey. In 1!M2 Hi" Total ina rkci.-d production of iron ore in the Ciat.-.l Slates was ..7. ill 7. f, I I long )., lis. alie.' at J 1 llT.H.Ml, 1 .V!. of vvhi. h M il. n. s. ta cont rihutt d 'M.:i -M'i Lai,, i .iis. value.) at $;i.via.ul7. Hy far the laresi pall of the iron ole pi- ill Iced ill the state is derived from tin- Mesal.i iron range, now the in.. st important irnii-ptoi!in ing ills tfiit "f th" World. Th" .Mesahi is the otinvs ,,f the great in.ii ranges, th 'livun.i ranse, whiih has been de. vel "pe, m the lot two or three years, not havinu attained nota'de pro'iii- llepce at tl-e floSf of I -1 1', in XV hid) vcar its pro. In. ti. n amount, d to :!i'.:, 7"' ion j; tons. Tie M-sahi range was opetie 1 in IV.', .-in. i.-hl.-.i a produc tion in that car of h-ss ihan :tH,iMiip '"i 1. In l si. it yj ! h .I nearly 2, ' ""."I'm pais; in l'"c- it produced over lii. '."'"i tons, or neatly half of h tola! MiMpllt nt the Superior iron ofe. Tie M.-sahl ranci ached Its hiuh. st I'o.lu, ing j.oi'it in l!l2, with all output , f :: J.iia 1,7.','' lone t.m.-t i:cli.sic of tin- ir..n or.- the value Ha- n iia ral pfiilucrs of Minni sola 'I lal." was I.m'.7.7 1 .'. lif I'ic.s.- 1,,-ss iiM!...i lai t prod, lets the principal 1cl!S ale f!o III tie .piallies (-' i'. " .hi- h i. Id j-ro la. ts of almost iu ! . ha-. In 1 1 1 i'i.- . lay . i inducts, vein- . ..f i .. . t.-ry, v. re alut .1 a' 'l':il.ap. alal the st,,,,,. output at 1I'.,74... The total val le of la.. Iniia ral pl'o l i.ls in Mimas,,)., jn p,i. u,,s against i.-:,:m .,.v ,,, 1:111, iiicr.-as.. ,,r i'!.:'7t;.jv 1 t BROKERS' GOSSIP hie -' I ; 1 1 1... v 1 .v i.egin - I ' a a , I , I a t loll- . I H hers l,l . ' - , I,,.- ! IhitV life also ll. Wit t i.e olltl.,. 'k f.l - III U'l-.l .1 . .. 1, , a gnat deal better , . 1 a 11 -H. W i.-s leiise, f..r in- ..ti Wop. ei me, is shipping lal It I' said th.ll the ll- -..).. -at i-f.i,'li,p . Tonopah Extention. T-,ri. .pah Cxtonsj.,., ,,., , reii ,1 r. gu iar .piart.-i l. di id'T.d of 2 '.- p.-r eiit alal .' 1 .. (i.f cent c t I I Anaconda. liaitc Th,- Anaaoti.i.i i',.,,,,.,. Mining ' mpan., ha.-, I,e oil,., in .-rested ill t h" i ontiy i. p. -ne. I muiiiig di.-tn.-t in the ' Head . o-intrv. Alen ha I, . en at ' "rK '"r ;i ci.i.s... i, h,. . j, ,,f i jine I'ioi r,g a lai-,. u... t ,,) , . , , M i , 1 j.iir h.i.e.l an. I lepolts lecivel indicate : hat .son,,- i-ry n. h ore has l,. o, M. " .-r... s-h,,vM,,.. ,,, ,s ,,f ii', -a- : ..ae P. t h,. I, a, North Butte, North Unite is elapoilif ."i",i tneli "" I1' ' ',-"l '''I"" ami it s , I, li-nd.-d '" 1 outline with this r,.rc,. miners a i -. ,,r it" i . aving pr-..u''tion "'d doiiig a hit i;e amount of ib-v, lop 1 id work. In th.- '. canity ..f .pi,nni s of ,.,. Uete mil..-, in I Ictoh.-r, il'- a pi.'d action of somelhllig like '" ""'I p.-aials i ".pp..f, and the out for I ia- moiil 1, is 1 1, ,-,t t i l,c :! " "" "I I . tons of ,,re sIGGtST COPPER PRODUCER. I a (iWo-t.on of Arizona ts Million Pounds Every D.iy. l-.a 1 I. Illks IltSt .Itlloll - (he stales - r . :.;., I . j fa",, . i . opp.-r. and i op , , , is I, -. fa r I I ,- Ilia insta of . in :i,g ;l;iVlsfr of tie- Stilt", in - t. r.;.' . t , I-;. I 'ark. r. of the fiiii.-.l ,- ' . 1 ;,.,,!, g r a Sa I e . The re. n', -r- ,. , r i ..'Hint of th" ores pro .: . .1 ,ii J.i..'iia in 1!12 was :'a'.'..a'. , pi pounds, .i Tllioioll pounds a d.iy. . ',,. ,i f this pio.luci u.i.s tai.- it, I'll t h" ret .. era hie cop p. r . hi. ,.t ..f t !i" .t t s produced iii .Mi-', t, i was i'"i. I 1 1 ,."..! pounds, vulm-il ;U7.'. '.'. Th" inert-use in 1 a ! .' . a .' ' ' ,.111 pounds, ur 1 .-' per cent Grar by. ' '-a id", earned f i n.-t i i, tob. r TI,.- ,s ,,r pi-o.p, n,, u:s , " ,s ' pnun k u I,,, . h,,s p..,.,, ,n M ra... ,.f ' '"'i""s on .s. m.- .1 the properties i-l. '! r e V i . m 1 1 1 a I i I! I,,'. iy ha'.e l.eet) eX ' I i-. ,. t hi. f of lla s . vwts Mi.lns .Mill.- at V.ihle, Ala ka, t ! est 4,f "" '"'""i-r ii- ' - uy e.ui.ment ill be t'-,.i,u,.,,. 1 1. v . lopmcnts to date 1;:n" ,N 1. - in values. The ,.M,,.r opt,.,,, , ,s.., , ,lV(.r,., tf,P Sn-.-.v Shoe tr.,1 inijnin,,,, ,j, nriX- .nal tlr.inhy ma,,. I -..r t tns $:ii,(mm was I aid. To date .',.., . (llf a million ions of oie has. , , ,, ,,,,, in,,, siKht with pros;,,-, t.s f,,,. ,,,i,,t,llMS- This ore will be Slnpp. , t., t,,. i;rilI.,y 'o k smelter. SOCIETY NOTE. The m m who i.s ia , tv ai,, Ad ven lire Alloiie. .. Algomnh V rvitdian Ahineek ., rl.niia t' Huston forbiii .... Ibitte iSr lUilk. Mnttt - Superior . 'npper K.ll)..',- .... "aliniiet Arioun ('alumei I let la . 'enteiinial Tiino Kast Ibitte I'ranklin Clan by i Ireeiie ') na lien Hancock Hedley ;.,, llallllliil Iiispirutloii Isle Ib.yale Keweenaw Lake (Nipper l-a Salle Mass . tlS'i . I S i P . 12, 1 P.. .2r,i .T.i . Vi 27S, . 6 Pi .401 . 12; , 87! i CS'i 2'.'j I3i :h)Hl.l 3 17 1 MichU'iin Miami Mohawk M; tb.wi r N'ortli Unite Ni pissing nsceoln Oji'iw.iy old t'olony Pond t'reck liuincy Superior - l!o,si,,n Supeli..r Shannon Sliattii. k . . Tamarack I'tah 'upper .... I'tah .'ntisididated Victoria Winona W"ll erill" Wjandoi 21 r. 215 1 t r.4 2 ''i 2 Pi !4 2 ." ' 26,i 17'i K 1 14 1 411'a.. ..",11 ' n Pa :r.!2 p. i 2..n 2S Sa'.j til'-. 4'i." lil 3T. 10 X ' i t;ii 30 11 -S'i 14 18 2'i . ! a 4 2'i 1 2Pj 40 U 2.T.; K 73 !i .! 4!, 17!L. -- t 2tf 27 S'i 1 P 41 X X Statement of the Condition of the First National Bank of Calumet r At the Close of Business on October 21, 1913 r ? 5 t ? ? V 9 V V ZZttZZZZZZZ HfZZZZZZZZ4i ASSETS. Cash and oxchang $ 659,012.94 Loans and bonds Banking House and Fixtures Other real estate owned Five per cent fund Overdrafts 2,971,683.39 49,600.00 17,070.00 10,000.00 5.98 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in Surplus Undivided profits .... Deposits Circulation 13,707,572.31 200,000.00 , . . . 300,000.00 15,659.49 ... 2,998,012.82 ... 193,900.00 $3,707,b72.31 z z :e x I z T4 Z ere z e:e z I ? ? t V y Y ? V ? MEMBERS BOSTON AND NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE. GAY & STURGIS BANKERS & BROKERS WILLIAM Me KELVI E, Local Manager - Phones'813 .614 - 829 CURB STOCKS. .1. A. Miniieur K ". sa ytoday: rnfollllliately for sil t t lit ilih rs there was mote activity today with lower prices the (onseiilence. Iilllloii copper declined nViT a polllld sterling lllltl I'll advices refill Is general easiness re ,li' t the continued slowing up in most lilies. Several of the lake Issues showed weitkni syes. A lloiie'. sold down to :!2'i, Mohawk 3:-li, Juincy .',1, ;ind t'opper Uange Il'i'L'. There are hut few buying orders in tin Iiko Super ior issues ;ind. any little selling is re ilected by a deiline of 1 and 2 points. The closing is at about tho lowest prices r the dav with but little de maud for stocks. A I (J. A. Minnear iiirih I iohemla . . . liruden Prit. '..! H. A. Si-.tt Putle X I .on t'.le(raS I'enri n-.toii r..i I. . S. & A N'.-.V Ke stone Ohio South l-ake So. W. M iatni Tuolumne I niof f.iind Wol. Ariz - Precious Metal ll.-ilVI- I'.enol.' I'lilif frown Pes Daly Judge f.ohlllcld ( Ira ml ( eni nil Halil.lV Il.-Mley H. dllnqer Homestak.' Iron Ult'S Jim Puller Keating I. a Ios Mont. Tori M.'Kinb-y Ni'V. Hills North Star Tonopah Ton. Ihlmont Ton. Merjrer Went Knd Yukon Hold JL Co.) .!! . . . P4 . .. t;',i 2 1 .. 6!-j . . . .30 ... Pi ... r. ... 2 .!!. .. 'n ... .4-'. 2:;4 ISMIil S . . .33 1 Vm . . 1 u ... P 4 . . . .f.O . .. P4 . . . 2! ... 17-'H . .lnihd . . 1.10 ... .71 .! . . . 1 .in; . . . i V., ... .4! . . .44 . . . r. ... . . . .'" . . . l k Pi i ' .31 P. p-:- .r.u P'. .3i .1 :t 1'4 l:i4 ;". 1 !: 1 ' j .10 17?'l 1.20 1 ; 1 I1", .at! .4i .r.r Pi In l.radford. Kngland, street cars, the average distance a jtassenger may travel today for 2 cents Is 1.6 miles, tr an Increase of fi2 per t-ent on the distance In IMiS. The emidnyes now number 1,232 and the present wages uveruRe "2s (7.7f) per week. ntnv. ar l i. I. lo;::, ;', r per wants to k'-.-ii it, must I... , muliv ,.! f al'i. 7!c total Millie or tile goim; out. -.New Oil, an- PjcuVllllf Mill. I a' iio.l c l:. . f M.e state ill 1 !' 1 I v a $ I . '.'. ii I'l.' it was ; 7 . -re m i, ..(.,.. cr ai in r cent. 1 I ' I'i III'.- ' " Th.- Ian-,- hi, iv.ifi- In the priMliictlun mashers," was ad o at,.,! j,y Judge if ei.pper w.i-s d ,e pi iiicitniliv ti the Levy in o.urt 'Keep record of them ia v fl.ipinviit. of st.um-hhovel oi'era- like we ilu otht-r irlmin.ila," he uM. ClJlng tc Cholli.. Xevv York. - ' ('inr, - p, int.v, ,,f all Willie Tnixrior. aged 12. of Poplar itlnff, Mo., has been arrested for forg ery. COMMERCIAL LEAGUE TO OPEN SEASON ON MONDAY SCHEDULE OF BOWLING MATCHES AT THE CUBS AL LEYS ANNOUNCED. The f iiinmercial pawling league, which is composed of teams repre senting the falinmt l'.to!l'ue, Calu met .News, Allllleek. SpelTv lltl-l Hutchinson tlreeii Trading Stamp Co., Knyineers and T.iniariiik Co-opi-rat-ives, will open its season .Monday veninj with a match on the Cubs 11,-ys between the News and Post Mice ti i'ins. The teams will bowl 0:1 Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings. Following are the linr-uin for Mini- day: News team l-aigle, Peterson, Prhl- eanx, Previk, Ketler, Moore and Heldma.i. Postotlh-e team Vincent. iHil.ill. (Till, Slaeliiin. l-'orster and Kemp. The schedule of league games is as follows: Postolllce-Ni -w s - Nov. 21. Jan. 12, 1-Yb. in. Ahmeek-S. - M.-iNov. 2S. Jan. 1.,. l-'ib. 1!). Tama rack -Knginccr.-i Nov. 20. Jan. 14. Feb. IS. S. ,Si Il.-Kimiiicers- Dec. I. Jan. p. Feb. 23. News-Ablliei k Dec. :, Jan. 21, Feb. Tamarack-Poslollice -Dee. Jan. 22. Feb. 27. New s-l?ngineers --D" . X, Jan. 26, Mar. 2. PosaoMlcc-Ahinci k Dec. !l, Jan. 2S, Mar, 4. Tamarack-S. II. Dec. 11, Jan. 2!. Mar. 6. Alnnec k-l.nninei rs - T)ec. 17. Feb. 2. Mar. 'I. PoftoMlee-S. - 1 f . I )ec. la, Feb.4, Mar. II. Tlilliani,ck-NeVVs - Dec. (P-1. il b. a, Mar. 13. Poslollice-Fnjiinci is Jan. .', Feb. II, Mar. 16. S. 11. -News- Jan. 7. Vb. i. Mar. IS. Ahtiieek-Taniiirack Jan. !i, Teb. 12. Mar. 20. DEATH OF ROBERT OLSEN. WHAT OTHER TOWNS, STATES, AND THEIR PEOPLES, ARE DOING It is estimated that J'.iMnl.otMi worth of property is destroyed by fire every year In Chicago. In Merlin, a city of about t he same size, the annual fire loss Is only $175,1100. Chicago spends about $3,0011,0(10 a year on Its file de partment. Perllns pays only $300,ono. Injury in Strike Here May Have Hastened End In Detroit. Word was received here yesterday of the death in Detroit of Robert olsen. uged fo years, and a resident of Calu met for more than thirty years up to a few weeks ago. The late Mr. olsen was well known here, and had hosts of friends. It Is supposed locally his death was hastened by an Injury to his head he is thought to have sustained in lin early strike riots, while In- was serv ing as a special deputy. His afflic tion was a peculiar one, of such a. na ture that he was unable at llrst to rec ognize Mrs. Olsen when she went to Detroit about two weeks ago, accom panied by her two daughters, to Join him ami make their home. Mr, olsen was an employe of the C. & H. Mining company for many years ami during the early part of the strike he served as a deputy. In one of lin early riots he was struck by a stone, but ditl not inform his family of it, fearing it would alarm them. 1ater he went to Detroit to join his son Arthur and make his home. Some time after he arrived there he became ill but his wife was not informed of it and sup posed he was in good health until her arrival there u short time ago. liesides his widow an,) one brother. Soloman Olsen of Murium, the fol lowing children survive Mrs. Frank Osborne and Mrs. Arthur Newberg of Calumet and Arthur, Jennie, Clara and Harold of Detroit. The remains are expected here to morrow morning and the. fuiur.il services likely will be held Sunday. Jay M. Pickands Dead. Calumet friends of the family learn ed this wet k with regret of Hie death of Jay M. Pickands, aged 32 .veals, a member of the liini of Pickands, Mather ami Co., vessel owners, at Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. Pickands was u native of Marquette and wan well known throughout the upper peninsu la, where the family has hail extensive mining interests for a number of years. It was while visiting In the upper pen insula abollt ten dil.VS in be tll'St be lilllle ill witli what was supposed to be appendicitis. He was rushed to Chica go and Cleveland and in the latter city submitted to tin operation, during which It was discovered ho was .suf fering .from paral.vsi.s of the lower bowel. He made a game lilit for lift but lost. Mr. Pickands, who was n. graduate of Yale, was a. ei Cross leader and prominent club man In Cleveland. ' Cleveland moving picture theater are testing a new state flint censorinK l.i w. Mexico, Mo., linn decided hy n ma jority of 65 votes to do without n-loona. Colorado' apple crop this car Is estimate,! to be worth $6,000,000. This Is conservative. It is one-third more than it worth last year. The increasn Is due mostly to higher prices, as th crop Itself s somewhat smaller than !ri 1913. Colorado fruit growers have reason to rejoice thin year and us a rcmilt plans f(,r a national apple day have been started on a bigger scale than ever before. The main purpose cf the d.iy Is to Increase the consump tion of the apples. According to the figure of the United States census the young unbearlng trees In Colorado will in a few years triple the Htate' crop. There are 47,638 letter boxes In I tr It In notjyjjt destroyed by euf,raUcs. SONS OF ST. GEORGE. Officers For the Ensuing Term Elected at Meeting This Week. At the regular meeting of one ami All Lodge, Sons of St. Cuorge held this week, the. following otlii crs wen named for the , nsuing term: W. P P. Fred Pedlar. W. P. Sidney Skinner. W. V. P. Alfred K. Plonden. K. S. ". J. Ti nt hen. F. S. John Nekervls, Jr. W. M. John Smith. W. A. M. W. II. Pit hards. W. T. It. II. Williams. W. W. S. Uren. W. I. S Oeorge Isles. W. ). S Richard Hicks. Trustee Samuel J. Trevarthen. Mrs. Fannie Mcf.lynti. 77, of Potts- xille, Pa., recently completed a walk of l' mileH. New- York has over ,5.000 building material teamsters. Canada has fcO.Sol memtiem of lalmr organizations. ESTABLISHED 1880. Paine, Webber 6c Co. BOSTON, MASS. BANKERS AND BROKERS. post, n, Mass., Nov. 21 Scattered telling of coppers still contin ues und prices are dragging. Metal prices are still being cut without bringing l substantial buying ami it Is simply this uncertainty which is causing the silling of copper stocks. Intrinsically the producing cuppi'is "le very cheap but with the present lack of (confidence there is absolutely no Hpe-Milative buying and the accumulation for investment is barely able to itike care of the scattered pelling. W. L. STANNARD Resident Manager. J. A. MINNEAR & CO. BROKERS CALUMET, MICH. LAURIUM, MICH. MARKETS AT A GLANCE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21. LOWER PRICES WERE THE RULE TODAY. ACTIVITIES INCREASES ON THE DECLINE. LAKE SUPERIOR ISSUES WEAK. LONDON COPPER OFF A POUND AND METAL OFFERED AT 15 CENTS. .iVJB Salt Lake, Cobalt and Tonopah Stocks Quoted Constantly CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS One cent per word. No Classified Ad ver r3t0 tisement Taken for Less Than Twenty-five Cents TELEPHONE YOUR WANT ADS. 209. WE CARRY ACCOUNTS WITH ANY TELEPHONE SUBSCRIBER WHOSE NAME AP PEARS IN THE TELEPHONE DIRECTORY. WANTED. 3 CKNTS A POUND paid for clean cotton rags. No scraps. Calumet News office. -tf HELP WANTED FEMALE. WANTKD tlirl for general house work, one who can speak English. Mrs. Ceo. T. Miller, 339 Pewabio Str., l.aurlum. -tf FOR SALE. FOR SAUK OR EXCIIANCE Car load fresh milch cows. Creenshicld's I'.arn. I.aiiriuin. Phone 1H3-M. -21 WANTED. WANTED H larders, J!)r.7 Wedge St Calumet. FOR SALE. FOR SAU;-13 tiHini house 102 Iiu rlum St. FOR SALE Six room house 1024 l.aurlum St. FOR SALE Seven room h-uo, 3230 Ridge St. FOR SALE 1 .'right room house, 7S0 Waterworks St. FOR SALE Eight room hou.se, 3212 Ridge St. FOR SALE K.2.ri Heela St. FOR SALE Nine room house, sum mer kitchen, coal fdied, bain mom for two horses, etc. Apply i:,0. Ilc.li St., llecla. A $2,500 house for $1.&00. FOR SALlv- Four room bouse. No. ty'Jl, l.ebind Calumet dam. Inyiilri at nrpmlac. FOR SALE. FOR SALE 8 room house, 4082 Elm St. FOR SALE Four room cottage. 2681 Union St.. Raymbaultwon. FOR SALE 3129 Tunnel St. FOR SALE I louse, 9 rooms, bath 4333 Elm St., Yellow Jacket. FOR SALE 5 room house, 201C Calu met Ave. 1HJR SALE House. 403G Oak St, Yel low Jacket. l-'OR SALE 11 room house. Apply 2."0 Rockland St. FOR SALE House, 457 Caledonia St., St. Albion. FOR aLE 3942 Temple St. Apply at the house. FOR SALE 8 room hoiif with stona foundation and barn. Will be sold at a bargain. 2C."1 Union St. For SALE 7 room house and barn, 2507 D St. FOR SALE 7 room houso and coal shed, 4351. corner Hlh and Pine Sts., Yellow Jacket. FOR RENT. FOR RENT Rooms. Apply at 3931 Temple St. l-'OR RENT 4 room house, 219 Iro quois St., Laurliirn. Apply at 2i6 Rockland St. FOR RENT 4 rooms. 42CI Corner 11th and Pino Sts. FOR SALE J! room house, rock foun dation. 2CI0 Liberty St. FOR SALE 1553 Ilex-la St.. Hecla. flood 7 room house with stone foun dation, cem?it cellar. (Jood bargain If taken nt once. -tf FOR SALE 10 room house. Apply at 4328 Acorn SI. FOR HALE 9 room bouse, 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 cur line at a bargain. FOR SALE Household furniture. 143 2nd and Iroquois Sts., Taiirium. FOR SALE 7 room house, 309 Cal edonia St., Calumet, Mich. FOR SALE 7 room house, 3982 Oace ola Road, Newtown. FOR SALE House. 1U49 Hecla St. FOR SALE House, 3133 Tunnel St., Swedctown. FOR SALE J r)-un lnvis. Modern conveniences. 1768 Round iry St.. Hecla. tf FOR SALE 9 room house with bath loom, stone foundation, steam heat, electric light and hard wood floors downstairs, large attic, bIho front and backVtairs. Terms reasonable. Apply 1503 School St. FOR RALE Lot 3, block 3, Wolverine St., Florida. Apply nt Mrs. Chap m,m'i boarding house, 122 Kearsarge St., south. MICHIGAN COLLEGE OP MINES P W. McNalr, President For Year Book Apply to President or Secretary, HOUGHTON, MICHIGAN. FOR RENT C room house. 1 Franklin St., Florida. FOR RENT 1 lumped room. 4325 Acorn SL FOR SALE 7 room house, 4087 Cone St. FOR SALE House. 1516 llecla St. FOR SALE- Five room housie, 852 Albion. FOR SALE 2C2S Liberty St. FOR SALE 6 room house, 3044 Swedctown Road. Apply on premises. l-'OR SALE 5 room house, cheap. 845 Caledonia St. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT. Nov. 7, 14, 21. 2S. STATE OF MICHIGAN. The Proiiate Court for the County of Houghton. At a session of said court, held at (he Probate Office, in the Village of Houghton, In said county, on thft Oih day of November A. I. 1913. Present, Hon. George C. I lent ley. Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estate of Peter Sterk, deceased. Michael Klobuchcr, having filed in said court his linil administration ac count, and his petition raying for the allowance thereof and for the assign ment rind, distribution of the residue of said estate. It is Ordered, that the 2nd day of December A. 1). 1913, nt ten o'clock In the forenoon, at said probate office, b rind Is hereby appointed for examining and allowing said account and hoax ing said petition. It Is Further Ordered, that iubl!. thereof be given by publication once each week, for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing, In the Calumet News, a newspaper printed and circulated In said county. A true ropy. CEO. C. REuNTLEY, (Seal) JudfO of Probate. Mice Pell. C'krk it Trobate. ,