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THE CALUMET NEWS
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1913.
Ml HEWS ID STOCK QUOTATIONS
OPERATIONS SUSPENDEO AT
THE LAKE MINE TEMPORARILY
WMCN CONDITIONS ARE NORMAL
PROPERTY CAN SOON BE
i r ,i i. in ill l-.kc Co per cum
..,i.v hive i 1 1 1 l.c n suspended, the
I im; - v . t : 1 1 : t v a 4 til the mine be-
lllj . , i i . v 1 1 to till Wit tt.ltff.
K, . ,.t thit tin- .-ii it down further
.!, I'.-i-i !!. I in"- when l-ike can have
i i i ' i I u i . i t x to show its worth
r i r i r hii'I. r tcis'-ir-hly tail condi-
!..l- I In- d.rcct"s i'c-1 tllut Stm,i.
:.,:. I. i s should not 1"- .li.-turli.-ii by the
pi.s.-nt st itt- ! .iiiiirs. Wh. n tin;
.-n il;.- was tir.-t cill-d l . r.ilU'itsi were
i.j-t iiilt-il. i.ut with better conditions
, ,,.,,,11,1!; t!lll..lgllU' til.' district .-.
mii. til I". !. "i" in'ii w.is rontly pat
(,, ,.r;. ..ii .'. x l.-pm-'iit work. It M.r'
. 1 1 1-s i t r. 1 1 . .1. ;i..v..(f. ti;.it tins work
lmit ... ,..n.- mi. I. r -in M handicaps I
(I,,; . i p -1 1 e involved was tar t'
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SAVED AND DEPOSITED
B the man ai-io ha never saved
mians the turning point
.n hie l.'e has been reached, the
when jjcliciOu-i saving will
rrpla'.r herrlless spending!
II yin've reached this point,
j on it many who have SAV
lfGrj turning 1 pfr cent inter
est n i s bank.
Calumet State Bank
Read for Profit
NEWS WANT ADS
Jse for Results
( MICHIGAN COLLEGE OP MINES
for Yer BooV Apply to Preeident
Hoston The markets dragged again
, today. There was little change in
pikes cither way. Sonic blocks In
which thtre Is a short interest wdf a
tiiile tinner but on ether hand tbcic
xxas li'i nidation in otli-r stoclts.
Loyally Copper Range wa. under
pressure anil nuIJ nt a new lixv re -ord.
There is little to base tin opinion
on as to immediate course jf piker.
J. J. Sturuis.
(From Pame, Webber & Co., and
Adventure 1'4 1
Allouez Jt's 31-
Arta.liat 1'.. 1",
All meek .'45 250
.A 1 join. i h 1 1'.,
I'luno J7 37'"1!
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t'opi-er Kar.tie . Jl 31 1 j
Kast IPttte H M
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Matl-o. k i.i'ii 11
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Isle ll.'X .tie .... K 7
K.-iX e.tl.i vx J I -
La S.i lie
K.-rr Itk- 4--
Max ll ixx . r ," i
Miami . J I J J 1 1
Mass J i.
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Ninis.-i-iK . . , s
Inspiration i, j 1 1
ij.bvx ax . . 7.", .;ei
1'1 Iiominioii j 4;(
' "-ola 72 74
li! Colony 4 4
ijuinc.x. ,-i4 ','
Shiinr.of ;i4 i ,
Shiittu. k J.1 ' ;,..;
fi'.-'. Copp.-i :;
Sun. It'-ston 2 1'
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NEW YORK STOCKS.
.m iii.i.t,i,it i . . .
A mi. inula
''ni -n I'.i- ili. . . .
.Mo. r... in.-
T-nn ss. e ("upper
St.-.-l Pi(f..ri .
S.mtliei n I'iu ilk-
I. A. M itiri. ii r A; Co. it t...;i .
Tli-re xxas si. in.- wt-iiknes.s in tin
iopj...s t.xl.iy. pioliably inoi-c no'He--Me
in Hie Iike Superioi.s than n the
balatite of th i,v(. This la duo t i die
realization of tlie ehaneo of i lux nv;
loxvn a few of the min.-s for the vin
l.r. The New York list he, fairly
xx. 11 not w ithstaii.litm niinm's of th
liii'litm of troops to proti-ct liritis'i
I lopertx. and reports that lln. rta"t;
men xx ill resist their landim;.
Tho Hank Statement whh not verv
tiooil. Til- bulls ran nii'inest ioiiahly
i han the lack of a-ti it for the mau
ler in which prkes held.
(J. A. Mmnear & Co.)
I "hemi.i . . I'i 1 1 j
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Mr. Col j'i jti.
H. A. Sn.it r,Vj 7 1 j.
P.. - I :;n .3;
ilax i r;is P, 1..
'op .Mines ji, 3
'. K S 70 .SI
I'. I'alx I 'i 1
I '-iin . ... il ';. 7
K.-xx-e.-lia xv 'i' 'h 2 '' i
I. . s. a- A 'Mt p;
N. k'.'.xs i.
II. Lode lilt .7,
Hit.. IT, ..'.'I
ijiliwny 7." .11."
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South f.nk" J-V 34
S V. .Mia in i 2'fcHX
s- M 2'i 2,
Tuolumne 7,7 .!-)
fnion Ih itl 1 Pi
C. '.-rde I.' AT.
V". A- A 7,'aix . . . .
Preelour Metrl Ihoim-h
A lank i ISVj VS
Cllier 1 Pi
Coi-lea 2' I'-'t
t. Ke-r-rve PL 14
Daly .ledffe ft
LMly U'rut . . 2 2 '.j
(joi.i. dm p; Pi
Halifax V Pi
Medley 2 SI
Holliim.-r 17 1 7 4
Mdmnntak.' 113 11
rroti ni 1. 1 r. 1.20
Jim Buil'-r ;e .72
MiKinb-y P4 PTi
K.-atlim .'in .!
Krrr f.i.e Pi 4"i
I.I lint Pi 1 T
Montana Tonrpali 31 .9'
Nevada llllla 41 .(2
N'. xa.ta Wori.Ur Pi .'
.MlbiflRln 7; S
North Star 43
Tonopah Merger .
MANY EXTRA BASE HITS.
Giants and So Break Record in the
V.'hat bi leamu- teams, van do In
small IcuKUe parks has b.-en demon
strated by the terrirle t-luKKin? of the
While Sox and the Giants, who liave
e. mp!eted their tour of the United
Slate and departed for lh. Orient.
The tourists made more home runs
than the ordinary hij; lea v no team
does in a whole season, ir. spite of the
fiit that tiny have been n the road
less than 2U playing days, while the
leaKue ceason i.i live time that long.
The tourists smashed the ball over
the short bold feme in the bush league
towns .'3 times. They have driven It to
the far corners of the iots for 23 trip-i.-s.
They have soaked it f r one ex
tra base hit U'H timet), or an average
of over four d nibles fop every game.
Sam 'raw ton!, of the Tigers, led
in the kIu .'giiig xxith four of the hom
ers and four of the triples to his credit
and ten of the doubles.
Probably a world's record for doub
les xxas . staMish.-d at Joplin, Mo.,
xx lu u th- txM teams made 17 of them.
At Pouulas. Ariz. . they made live hoine
PREPARE NEW BIOGRAPHY.
Achievements of Late King Edward to
London, No. jj. -Three lives if
King Kdvvaid VII have been publi.li.-d
sin. e the .L ath of that m '. ;ir- h, i.n
vxiitlen by his chautTcui. 'i i.ey ill
have been inp rest inir and g.-sipy, but
.ii hiuh circles th-y are e nisideie l us
dealing Just a liiti- too familiarly wit 1 1
the ' Peace Maker." Sol one fc.lVe a
serious estimate of Ki:jg Jv.lxvurr.s
achievements during his iei:i and tu
cover thks deli, i-ncy King 'b.-org-, h s
soil, has t ominissioned Lord Koseberv,
in conjunction with Lord Ktn.llys. to
prepare a life of Kdxvaid. Th- task
will not be easy. King Klx.ard, un
like his mother, ym-in Victoria, never
k. pt. a diary, and as m.-si. of his sik -eess.-s
as a diplomat Were made in
conversations witli the rider.: and for
eign ministers of the coi'titii-a xvita
which I,.' d.-alt, there 's 'il'le data to
M'GUIRE ATTEMPTCD TO
HOLD UP COMPANIES.
Testifies In Inquiry Into New Y.tk
New York. N. Nov. L'. - i b-m c-
II. Meiluire. the Syracuse bonding
agent for state highway and hare
canal contractors. is a farinc.- of
Clriiles I-'. Murphy, Ir n.-phexe of n.e
leader of Tammany hill, lie so testi
fied vesterday at th- .bhn Doe impjiiy
into hkhway gral't :inJ s..ld h ? h id ar.
agreement with Murpliy to divide all
the bonding business they obtained.
Further. McCuire confessed to hav
ing attempted to 'hold up" at bast
three asphalt companies for $..noi
contributions to the state Democratic
commitl in return for getting them
contracts from the state. .MKJuiro was
to g-t a commission of 1 cent a gallon
for .ill the asphalt the ompau'es sold
to the stale or to contractor ;, i e sai I,
and the companies were to charge the
contributions against the commissi. in.
GIRL CLUCKS LIKE
HEN WHEN ASLEEP
The (us., of little Anna Samaiolf at
the Children's hospital has balTh-.l n"t
onl the nurse, but ph.vsiclans who at
tend that institution. In the da time
Anna is just as halo and hearty as tan
be, but In 'o -m she has been asleep live
minutes she is clucking like a hen.
Hour after hour Anna, apparently
sleeping peacefully, will be heard ut
tering indent ribable sounds, which are
best conveyed as a monotonous "cluck,
luck, cluck." The night nurse,
whose attention was first drawn to
Anna's peculiarity, reported the matter
to Miss Vanni.-r. superintendent of the
hospital, mid it was brought to the
attention of the house physicians.
Fr several niuhts following this
disAivery a careful watch was main
tained over Anna, and exerv night the
inoiM'toi s "clucking" would be re-
pealed before I he girl had been asleep
he minutes. She does n't say the
work, "thick," but actually makes the
same sound in her throul (hat a hdi
makes. Her mother was tpiestioned
on her last visit ! the hospital as to
whether Kin- could give any feast n why
Anna might have had this hablt' thriisl
upon her." Mrs. Samnrot'f ( ould re-memb-r
no . ireumstaiices that would
have led to such a mvsttrious habit
and Hat.d that she hail not observed
th clucking noise until after her
daughter has leturii.-d home from lh
county hospital, xvlnre she hail been
M-nt to have a broken leg treated.
MEXICAN WANTED FOR
MURDER KILLS PURSUERS
Salt Ulke I'ilV, Fl.ili, ,,u. -Chief
of Police liraiit of Mni-I.iitn and Pepu
ty MiertfTs ntto Whl'be. l; and Ne hi
Jensen Were killed i'i a battle with
Kalph Lope, i Mexi.-ui,, M.,,r Si.rato
R.'. SprlngH, I tub, lute yesterday. Lo
pe Is want.-, t i iPnghHm Tor tin
murder of a coi'ntrj rnan there early
this mornlna. Alter slaying the three
Officers, I.pe (led into the hills,
when he is b. inif sea r lied for.
FATHER Or LABOR DAY, DEAD.
Mm. ho; I er, V. ., Nov. "U orfi?
Mc.lulip, n riKnr mnker, known n the
"father nf labor day," Ifl dead.
First National Bank of
: At the Close of Business on October 21, 1913
Cash and exchange $ 659,012.94
Loan 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 Mo KELVIE, Local Manager . Phones'013 . B14 - 829
DISASTERS FAIL TO END
TRIALS! WITH DIRIGIBLES
Continued from First Pag-
eastern part of the empire, nit h a.i
Pit si. hi, ami probably i.t liantsic ami
Konigsbt i g.
Establish Regular Routes.
From a recent issue of the "aerial
lime table" It appears that regular air
routes ami fixed sailings will be main
tained. Petween Friedrii hshafen and
Copenhagen the airships will sail eith
er v ia Hamburg ami lit unsxx h k, or by
way tif P.runsvvlik, Potsdam. Liop.ig,
(Jot ha and Stuttgart. Another line will
connect Dresden and Hamburg by way
of Potsdam and llrunswick. Vessels
traveling between P.remen and l-'mden
will lollo.v the tsarne course us far as
llrunswick. lietween Dresden and
lusseklorf the route will also be by
way of Hrunsvvlck. The last named
city Is thus lo be a sort of central sta
tion for Hit- whole svst. in.
Owing to tin large number of sta
tions that eventually will be in opt ra
tion, it Is expected that the aircraft
xv ill be able to In id ready refuge when
Mirprlscil by bad weather. Moht of the
stations arc consti acted lo accommo
date two ships.
LABOUCHERE ASKED FOR
POST AT WASHINGTON.
Publication of the Circumstances
Causes Good Deal of Comment.
lyiiulon, Nov. l'2. -The publication
by lyil'd Kvershy, a fotinel inenibel
of M . ikadstoiin's cabinet, ,,t't the
i IrcumstanccH under which th" gov
. rnmetit refused the post of minister
at Washington to Henry Labouchere.
has caused a good deal of talk in
As is well known, ijue.-n Victoria
refused to have Mr. libonch. re among
her iidx isel s. He XV as CollSe. lien 1 1 V
tarred from cabinet rank, Just as have
I een other clever nit ii for hav ing made
slips r having faults which the sov
ereign of the day refused to overlook.
Mr. li boiichere alxxays posed as a
man who never sought ollice, but Iord
Kveisl.-y shows that he did nk Iord
lloscbety, then secretary of state for
foreign affairs, for the Washington
post, ai.il because he did in. I get It
never forgave his old siliiicnl ally,
although as it turns .ait, the cabinet
in. i not L'l'd fioseh'Ttr, Iodised to
make the appointment.
Held Rotebery Responsible.
Lord llosebery hiousht the matter
to the attention of the cabinet by
reading a letter from Labouchere, in
which the latter said that not havin.T
I een admitted to the new government,
mid fee 1 1 in the .advance of years, lift
had r wish to remain lonttei In thr
House of Commons. II added that If
Ii- remained his business would be,
; s it alvt's has been, to attack the
existing government, ami It was there
fore to the Interest of minister that
he should withdraw. He had been
thinking over what was posi-ible for
him, as a Justification for giving nit
hiss seat, and had come to the cotu.-lu-
Ion ttiat the pout best suited for him
win" that of minister at "Washington
Lord Uosehery sal,' that If the cabinet
wa In favor or the appointment. h
as Foreign Minister, would aO.pileMt-e.
The cabinet, hoxxrvtr, decided against
the aipolntnip'if and Lord L'versley
expresses the I.Hier that the attack
on Ird Kouebeiy, which appeared In
"Truth" thereafter, were made lierause
LnlK.uclure believed that ln.id rtoie
hery wnn resinslhle for the refusal
of the Appointment,
YORK STOCK EXCHANGE.
SOUTH AMERICAN COMPANIES
WANT MORE M. C. M. MEN
PRESIDENT McNAIR GETS TWO
REQUESTS FOR GRADUATE
Two icipiests for graduates of the
Michigan College of Mines have re
cently come from companies operat
ing in South America. One of these
toinpanlcs Is opening up a new iron
district in the northern end of the
continent, and has asked the College
of Mines to send nine qiialillod men.
Th other company wants men for a
covpor mining project on the west
coast. President McNulr is finding
men for these positions as fast as they
can b secured. The fact that these
companies have come to the College
ef Mints for etiglneeis indicates the
pre-eminent position this institution
has always held In training men for
iron and copper mining. Situated I.i
the heart of a great copper mining
district, ami t lose at hand to all the
Lake Superior iron districts, the Col
lege of Minis Is able to vivr its graduates-
familiar and practical experi
ence with these two branches of the
Thes.' men going to South Ann-ika
will further increase the representa
tion of College of Mints men in Soul h
America. At this time a year ago,
twenty p. r cent of (h- graduates of the
college x.ere employed In South Am
erica, Central America and Mexico,
iicfonling to ti report compiled by a
mining engineer who spends most of
his time In these countries. And yet
even with such n-pres'-ntiit ions as this
from all our lechnicVtl schools, the
business establishments of l-iurop.- of
Kngland and (ieiinanv fpceh.lly ;ii"
still c.-i'iying off the larger pa it of the
trade of these southern republics. Not
only from the viewpoint of those who
think In terms of the tonmierclai
greatness of the I'nlted Statcp, hut
from the viewpoint of those who arc
mteiested in 'ur political ami Intel
lectual l-.-n'crship in America, it is im
portant that a large number of lech
Ideally trained men be sent to South
Ajiierica and the Latin republics.
Half of Graduates in U. P.
One half of the 1013 graduates of
the Michigan C.dleg. of Mines are
now employed tu I h- Lake Superior
di.--tri.ts. and all but Mire, of this half
lire employed In Michigan, liecaiise of
the strike tlisturbant'", not so many
tire being used this year by the copper
mining companies. 'Most of the other!"
are employes! In the west, mostly In
tlx: copier mines of Ariz.ua. Nevada
nnd Montana. Alaska, Ontario and
ether distant points have also called u
lew more ..f them. Thus, although
there are always openings for mining
engineers away from home, tho dis
tricts ,.r by have al.VH.VM drawn the
largest number of tic graduates. Na
turally an overwhelmingly latge per
centage of the mining mincers In the
copper country are College of Mines
graduates; but the showing is no es!
ireditriMe Tor the Iron districts. For
xample. Ht the la Lake Huperlor
Mining Institute meeting, Ik Id on the
Mesaba Range, th.-ie were over lifty
College of Mines gra.l'iates present.
Paine, Webber & Co.
Hostoii, Mass., Nov. 22. Coppers continued to sag today with only
small selling. Stop orders; were caught In Copper Kangu and resulted
with a point decline. Grunhv was strong but dull.
Copper is still being shaded fractionally without bringing in much
l.ujing and Indon wires that consumers are conlldcnt that they eun
,11 all their needs at any time ut fifteen centd. See nothing In sight ut
pres-fiit to change trend of the market. ,
J. A. MINNEAR & GO.
CALUMET, MICH. LAURIUM, MICH.
MARKETS AT A GLANCE
SATURDAY, NOV. 22.
MARKETS WERE LOWER TODAY.
BANK STATEMENT NOT VERY GOOO.
VERY FEW SELLING ORDERS IN SIGHT THOUGH DEMAND
FOR STOCK IS JUST AS LIMITED.
Salt Lake, Cobalt and Tonopah Stocks Quoted Constantly
n . One cent per word. No Classified Adver
Rate: tisement Taken for Less Than
TELEPHONE YOUR WANT ADS. 209. WE CARRY ACCOUNTS
WITH ANY TELEPHONE SUBSCRIBER WHOSE NAME AP.
PEARS IN THE TELEPHONE DIRECTORY.
3 CENTS A POUND paid for tleun
cotton raga. No scraps. Calumet
News ollice. -tf
HELP WANTED MALE.
Pavs expense of TICN DAY
visit to San Francisco Exposition.
Easy payments. Itcgin Now. Club
organlxeir Wanted. PANAMA EX
POSITION ToUKS CO.. Henton Har
bor. Mich. -22
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED Uirl for gencrul house
work, one who can speak English.
Mrs. (ico. T. Miller. 339 Powabk Str.,
WANTED Young women with one
year in high school or equivalent to
enter registered training school in 120
bed hospital. Hoard, room, laundry
free and $1.00 per week. Iarge demand
for our graduate nurses at I2.V00 per
week. Catalogue mailed on request.
WASHINGTON PAKK HOSPITAL,
137 E. liath St.. Chicago. -22
Foil SALE OK EXCHANGE Car
load fresh milch cows. Hrcenshield's
P.arn. Iauriuni. Phone 1H1I-M. -21
Foil SALE Single horse delivery
sleigh. Hood as new, will sell at a
b;ii gain. Evcknian's Store Company,
Laiiritini. Phone rdi,". .22
7-; AND 8',' FIRST MORTGAGES
In the City of Jacksonville, Florida, the
fastest growing city in the South.
We .Ter 7','r and K';. first mortgages,
lor sale. :i and jears. on City busi
ness and reihlencc piopertles. Ab
stracts, lawyers' opinions. Surveys
Mini Photos furnished, Inquiries in
vited. P.eference- Any Jacksonville Hank
or Dun's Agency.
A. N. H. Hull. ling, Jacksonville, Fla.
AN ' ED Salesmen for the Dox
aineter, thu only gasoline saver
guaranteed to save n per cent for au
tos and stationary engines. Hig money
and county rights for live men. Write
for information. Doxainctcr, 13' So.
Michigan Ave.. Chicago. .2
CLOSINC. OFT SALE OF Oim
T V I E Will T Kit I ) El A 1 1 TM EN T
Siaa.t.a machine. like brand new.
Low as $.'0.00. Htt one now an.l save
the difference. Sent for trial our ex
pense. UKXKllAL OFFICE-SUPPLY
CO., .'f.' E. r.th St.. OnclmiRtl. Ohio.
WR.KT PKIZE 123.00
SECOND PJUZE $15.00
THIKD PRIZE $10.00
FOURTH PRIZE y0.(t't
We want u suitable design or cut
with whkh to Illustrate our "CEN
TURY SERIES" which co'nincnce
January 1, 1911.
We will pay prizes to the hist four
Illustrations (as above mentioned)
which can be reduced to cuts not ox
feeding 3x3 inches.
Writ-- o us at once for terms.
The illustrations will have to l.
submitted and In on- hands before
Deo. 5th. I'M 3.
NORTHERN MICHIGAN liUILDINO
I.OAN ASSOCIATION, HAN
Nov. 13, H, 20, 22. 25, 27, 29.
W. L. STANNARD
MARRY H n u d red a of wealthy Call
forniaiis seeking martiage. Photos
and descriptions free. Mission Unity.
H-72, iin Francisco, Cal. Oct. 4.
11, IS. 2Ti; Nov. 1. X, 13, 22; Dec 7.
-8 room house, 4082 Kirn
FOR SAl-Four room cottage, 2681
Union St, Raymbaultwon.
FOR SALE House, 3133 Tunnel SL,
FOR SALE House, 9 rooms, bath
4333 Elm St., Yellow Jacket.
FOR SALE 5 room house, 2016 Calu
FOR SALE House, 4038 Oak St., Tel.
FOR SALE 11 room house.
230 Rockland St.
FOR. SALE House, 457 Caledonia St.,
FOR SALE 3942 Temple St.
nt the house.
FOR SALE 8 room houre with Btonw
foundation and barn. Will be sold
at a barpain. 2631 Union St. "
FOR SALE 7 room house and barn,
2507 D St.
FOR KENT Rooms.
Apply at 3931
FOR Ri;NT -4 room house, 219 Iro
quois St., Laurium. Apply at 2S61&
FOR KENT 4 rooms.
Uth and Pine Sts.
FOR RENT 6 room hou.ie, 1 Franklin
FOR RENT 1 lurnUhexl room.
Nov. 1, 8, 13, 22.
STATE OF MICHIGAN,
The Prima to Court for the County ot
At a session of Raid court, held at
the Probatt Office In the Village of
Houghton In said County, on the
30th day of October A. D. 1913.
Picsent, Hon. Geo. C. Heutley, Judge
In the Matter ir the Estate of Joseph
Joseph Wilniers and Sophie Wilmers,
administrators having "led In said
court their petition, praying for license
to mortgage the interest of anld estate
in certain real estate therein described.
It la Ordered, That the 25th day of
November A. D. 1913, at ten o'clock In
the forenoon. 'at said probate office, be
and Is hereby appointed for hearing
said petition, and that all persons In
terested in saltl estate appear beforo
fald court, at said time and plaic t1
fehow cause why a license to nmrtgas
the Interest of said estate In laid real
estate should not be granted;
It Js Further Ordered, That public
notice thereof be Riven by publication
of a copy of this order once lach week
for three siicccfsIvo weeks previous to
f-ald diiy of hearing1, in the Calumet
News, a newspaper jnintej and circu
lated In said county.
Scal .GEO. O. MINT LEY,
A true copy. Judge of Proials.
Alice Bell. i
Clerk of Probate.
V. A. Hu toman,
Attorney for petitioner. '
Calumet Michigan, J