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SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1914.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE SIX i MINING NEWS AND STOCKS COST OF LIVING HIGH IN BUTTE George A. Newett Tells of Condi tions in Unionized Camp Just now there in much belns talk. l and vM'tlti'M I IIBflfSlSg t Blgt COBl ..f ItVtag in Hint'. .M..iM;iiin. uml in . ili.i- pirn ee hut utth Hutte beinu the moat prominent as .t paiaj in the dis i union, SB) K litor J rK- A New. :i in fee shi Bains ii Ml ire. Duma H i'-' 'tfi'f sxeneba, due to the strike in that reel'"!, the M i 1 1 1 k- i " i g fin HM iuii at due to III ntons, the aaMhmg ..i high arises nai i-vwi tint.- tti t-ul ..in wear f" 'mim' rent.-, fuel umt all "ther thing ,(.iiih' t J with then h.ines. It isn't what a nu n gets so mu h a what lM haK thai tlsures in his bun! , in, ii..! tii- union-ridden mil i I lame i ami.it wivp mu. h iik he ih now I.Ut tlem tl. Tin- mute w.irkinsman. and i.nnlcu larLi i ne man with u family, must - k himli far 'he tnre. He an hop. ti no laruer wax' from the minim; ruain.iii. nn becaime they are m-v. pay tug all tht i . i u : M .an aft-rd The wugr is ample t"i ths nan lahnrlat im.lei- itrdinan . on.liiions out the MM tnint-r is waking BBBSM extia n dinar . ries, unit' r a load ol unionism that lends to an thins rather t e ononis .. .i tx an MB Willi i -Hi.' 1 1 1 unionist i . r L STOCKS J trot . I -. pa) W net Iwrlgh BOSTON STOCKS. i aton, April ii. The stack nmr k,-ts wen Brett) BtOfc i.it!a. Vliey an ra sory dull hut buying orders eti scarce ami a little Uqutdaftlsa Beads ' , t' , . nnl. i :ioe impi-ssion Ml t pi 1 St. -el Was ..I I a jlal ! Wea ;in.i anadr a new bra raasfd rge areeka pust. rtS this IS '.lie BtVBBal Him k u m i i in.iiK.-i affect on sentim-nt an-! the N- w BaW BtaUlBBBWl sf .arnin- contributed langaty. Tha gloom fai ao it 4 gghl Mini -I. J Kwiui Trom Pa ne, Webber & Co., and Gjv & Sturg.s.) Amalgamated 7TU A 1 1 ka tt I tarn 1 1 i 1 1 i , . . and taw A h un-U . Butte a (talk Butte ,v I 'opper it i ni fntiiirt a: Al . m t a H ' ' Mi.-nnial . Dull West . - i t uBJ mm n .t- the tin I j tag ex esatv ttanby . . r. Th- i. in. h-1-.--' Qreena l !ai his in- have tan ocfc . ik'-s Th.- heaad h--.i . t;..i s .ii'- eh .hk Indiana . . . iff hian '"' kui (napimttan tied .win. ratea ala Bayala K. eena u-oaah th- lona i Kerr Lake ; .: : I !-"-. I7) :tv Bid .... HI'-; 1". II II'. j i U ii 1 1 r.i j I 1 1 1 4 4 '.. them if ..ii himae If ' Miami BH llfl Mi hawk 44 Ma . Bower '' r', N'fth Lake 1 1 T N atfa "on olMated i.".1. lt Nlptaalm Mi ti'i I "l.i FJetalniati "' M thttw : ..i ' mi' -.', ay i 1 4 , llaa ii 1 .. NEW YORK STOCKS. i ncre ni raj tiui it ana tin the , .xiiialKainaieii ,t JwH ' - .- . -i .intiV, 101)1; HI ti ; : -.1 ; ' 1 - 1 1 ,;' PW Ij I -:! 1 ' . i-e 1 Mexican Petvoteaai i ' ' ' ; 1 Myr J Northern Pacific list iliu A BUSINESS MAN OF MINNEAPOLIS MR. C. M. TAYLOR. MlnnaapolM is a city where they do thl i fa, Stimulated by a vigorous cliraate, surrounded by a fertile country, naopjaj by the bent blood In over i rowded eat. it lit a city t i, ,ti... ,,f Kr,.at achlovementa ' i'h iv l and turouKht out. tr 'I lyloe, of Minneapolis. Minn , i "in- f this sort Of tnen A news i I" r- man. A pollth al worker. An Entllahman by birth. He has been in this country nineteen years. Ha baa rartdae Li Mm northwest, win I .i.k i. and for the last ten Ftan in Minii'-apolifi. , Mr. Taylor hi a friend of Peruna nd does not i-onceal Ins friendship. Me is thoroughly enthused with the 1 h I thai Peruna is a great remedy. He haa a rifhi to faaiaa, ror several ' be ITerad With dyspepsia Tins cau.s-il 1,111, to have v.-ry bad health. Maa spa per advertisements would never have Inflaanead him to take Paruna, ll a is frtanali that per- 'I him to trv the remedy. In in 1 na naadad aa more I i "'ii Ha ::.w that Peruna dotag him I Me Is able to in a letter to the Peruna Corn- No. Z0 Nicollet St., Minneapolis, Minn, i ny, Columbus. Ohio la Ileal health. Ne ar felt better in my life. I am ld or this opportunity to any aomathli to all men . women who suffer . troabls. i oanssfar Paruna great remedy. V in a godsend." A asw basil of interest to all, ai'k or wall, sent free by the Paruna EXQUISITE GIFT FOR KING GEORGE IS UNDELIVERED RED TAPE PREVENTS HIM FROV RECEIVING MOTHER OF PEARL IKON. London. April T. A mther ,.f pe.trl ik n. of the i. .nil's I-ist Supper", it most di i al to that present-.! to the Knii-io; of Hi.ssi.i l-v the Sultan Turke as a pea. - atsMttsl oa the out hreak of the late war with Italy, is in i. .mi. .ii awafttaa a rlsiaaat it ' destined for Kmt iletirge. but be. ati-fj it is not an Oeltctal 'ift it caWMl be saaaatad him. sad. Mass as oaa slsaj has a ritjht to a asajaaj it. Baa KM re-1 mains without a master. The Motor) of the ikon haaJM ariewj itai .ist cavatotaa eyes on Turaaj i Tripolian ooaassstotat, The Sultan ml saad oi Blauda determined t.. i ra loj bis powerful sslaHbor on th- north nadj in true tmentai fashlow dactdad la s -cssBpaay sM an at tares with a gift. Raj ugdered :he Kosa, aa Arabian trlio. J i .-I. hr it. .1 foi Us mother of SOOi 1 k.,ik aaake aa ik..n of the "lardsj iit Hupuer" foi ureaeatatioa i the Bnsalnn Ratperor, II was aa aaaatl or der, for the mother f pearl had t' he arried a twelve da - aniei Jottffle) MO the interior from the seashore. One Made For Kmg George. While lbs tribe was at Work oa the aa of ts members, w ho had J served In the British army, paid a vis it to ins old ham, and a he ii be saw what anu bftafl done ha Inaiated that it would bs the groasaal diacourteey hut royal Baaatet if s similar gift! was not made for Kim; George, The sty difference between the two thai the Ruaalan gift la surmounted I the imperial arms of Rossis whii. the KiiKiish imaue oi .us tne royal arms of Orsat Britain, wi.en the Russian gift was Bnlahed the ogenta of the Baltan paid for II .mil Miffed it away; but the Koi i tribeamaa did sol know how to semi the replica t.. King George, it w.i llnat!) taken to Sir John '.ra Hill, nf ... il. a ho maim. mis a w inter I, .tii- oa the Mount Of 'dives ill .It in -..urn. Lady Hill paid tin- tribesmen fui their work ami brought the ikon to I., ml. hi. The ik-.n is made in th- form of naif room with the front stevatton - ii mounted by the royal ai ms. Th Itgun Of Ih. Saviour and his dist-ipl. s about tbe table are .lone in full relief . i ...i mother iii p-aii. The arorh la very complete, even tha smallest table utensils la mother of pearl occupying thatr ordtnan ataes on the table, The workmanship is exquisite and tha i -Sinn excellently done, it is probable that ii aa means can be round for de livering thi ikon I,, the King, it will Bad a ranting pises in soma London museum. r. I Pennsylvania Itdtf ll"'j I RaadlnM ih.'i1- it;:.'.. Reck Island 1 St. J'aul l Hi'., '.''., autaarn RalHvai '. Ualoa Padflc ifttfa Tennessee Copper 14 :ir South-in Paclfk i ! siH I '. S. Steel f.l i j f9g 1' S. S. Pfd I lu'n I I'l ' WTt lawn I nion tt tt CURB STOCKS. J, a Mi nm at i i my t . KM) . Tha market area weak today, and was probably Influenosd by the hrsali Id a p. nit and I hi . .-eights in St,-. ! ' omnton The decreaas in Mm unfllietl tonnags of Mm Btaal Corporation w.-s ureatfi than safMcfed anu tbla proved a rejrj itroag weapon la Mm bands t Mm asars. Amslgamatad sad annas of tbo other ooppera lotlowed tha amd (,l MM Now Yorl market. There wa aome demand for the Lake a locks with the exception ol Tamarack which broge two points. Homcatake and Iron Biaaaom da clared regalar divide nda today, while the Contact Coppei fS, aatsai i Rfty i ni ssseagflMaL The rioaing vas al practioally Mm lowest p risen far ih- aay, and a MM activity Waa not ureal, MMW1 s-eined to he ipiite a little sellini;. 'J. A. Minnear & Co.) N' w- c.rri ."i r. i tlgomah 1 i .. Itohi mi l l -K t Dradan s k'.. Br, Gal 1 i R a . Bcatl Ill Mjf R 'di 1 ii ,4 'ii tua oi .OS Cafaverna ... c a- M Can, I "PI Mines Cal fori. in .. e, I'oi'hin Copper Da via Paly .. I Nana Raton Ken eenaw la S. & A. ... NVw Ke S. . . v. it. Lod . Obit arthoii QJthwnj flllls-O South Lata .. s. V Miami . . 1 1 ' . A- laislon Tuotamne 1 mon 11 ml f Verde Warren ..... W Ar A i H 1 Vk .:!4 ,fR Iti 1 I 1 ' r,i, Hilda Crane, Sea I'liff. N. Th ' ur.-ii sfter lilt laughing tot Hafai months, Lemon jube. Nww Uiaaawlih. H. J . M gRmdaatHw nil dump giaunda la "v MaMta Th- tmlse nf a horse is HMlS mon I ban h.-ilf ,-ts rapid ns MMt of I man put sorneM: nonev j in the bank YOU cin always aftordornething 1 no mat ter tOW small pill it in the hank. The most successful men in the n ' 1 i'i Ray. "Your ex gSnsaa should never ex ceed your income." T.ike that advice and ban tue surplua. It will m.tUe you indepen dent . a safeguard against s.cknesi. accident and misfortune. Next pay day don't forget etcrt it here even a cloilat .11 do. V First National Bank of Calumet ESTABLISHED 13d0. Paine, Webber & Co. BOSTON, MASS. BANKERS AND BROKERS. RsjRaa Mass., Api il II. The Steel report ,,n unfilled ton nag, w.in mac nafavarahts thaa aaaaetod ami Raa aaava were ntakraaMave at a loeing af staoaa all day. Tadai la Mat local mtu'hai thana wits oal) a I frail 1 hanue in ihi i oppart sad llasrs seemed to he as real ae)uldatl-n in -i;ht. The i t mi linn the oast lew tali iris been crsatad kargsly n sears, aating. Rr are abaAH fdaj tor i nhttrp nsRy agsdaai shfart m- w- belle vn in piokmi Lap nil claaass of stooh at prsasal Isvel lor n t urn al h US! . W. L. STANNAKD Resident Manager. J HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES TO ENGAGE IN BIG MEET TEAM CAPTAINS ARE CHOSEN FOR CONTEST 00 STU DENTS ENTERED. Three hundred students of the Cal a1 . mel luh school are entered for ih nthletlc meet i he conducted ul lbs Calumet s. m. '. .. gymnaatnm sit next week The meet will .pin Tuea day evening and continued until s.h urday, The dlfferem rdaaara will u led by the fallowing aptaina: i- reshmen - Hugh King, Rophomorss 'ruin.:- IngersoU, J unioi a Ah iii Jam. . Senioi 1 M. Ivin Rowe, The nrrangementa loi the meet ass vary novel. Bach bo) entered whether senior oi freahmab, will compote In a afataa srranged for Ms weight and will ne expected to attain certain mark Bfaaaged in proportion. Tin scoring j win i),. in accordance with the extoat to which he exceeds the mark set. It is therefore possible for each boy, large or small to win tin- auma nunsbi r of points for his rMpective rlss. 'ri.. pcaapetition between the different i l.MKs.es will umloiiiit, dly . spirited, According to the recent division of tin- conMKtrUon of the athletic asso liatioii say SO) who wins 1 tu si phtce or who Is in second place in two .-vents, will he entitled to u clasa nu meral. . it is probable than an outdoor track and held meet will be conducted In even broader lines, foHowlna tbe sm" geneml phin, i little later In the spring STEAOILY--IT PAYS! No Man or V'or.ian can tell the moment then EVRNING dayc vill STOP, but everyone who starts an BSeSUftt with this hsMtj saves and deposits steadily KNOWS they are acting wisely I Sllt it time for you to begin.' Intc-icsl; anr Safety ic tne in ducement this bank offers. Calumet State Bank J. A. MINNEAR & GO. BROKERS CALUMET, MICH. LAURIUM, MICH. MARKETS AT A GLANCE. SATURDAY. APRIL 11, 1914. LOWER PRICES WERE THE RULE. STEEL BROKE A POINT AND , ON A POOR REPORT. HOMESTAKE AND IRON BLOSSOM DECLARED REGULAR DIVI DENDS. BETTER DEMAND FOR LAKE STOCKS CLOSING IN THE NEW YORK MARKC-T LOWEST FOR THE DAY. Salt Lake, Cobalt and Tonopah Stocks Quoted Constantly GAY & STURGIS BANKERS & BROKERS Kembert New York and Boston Stock Exchanges. Bonds and Stocks for Investment. Copper Stocks a Specialty. Direct Exclusive Private Wires. WILLIAM McKELVIE, Local Manager Phones 813 814 - 82W The process ':' Brewing Cgttimet Rot u Bet r U- mat ked b) lln nu I cleanliness. Phone 511 fnt a case, d- .-rt laement 1 1 The dMngreeable, musts odor on the iiair is usually Mm result imperfect ilrj in.if after the ahaam oo, GERMANY'S WEALTH. The enormoua Increase in the pur chasing power ol the people of Ocr many that has takes pates alaos Mai pit .iir am per or began his reiga in ISM la atrflttagly depleted by Dr. Karl llelfferl h in a monograph just pub bahed. i r. ReHfertch shetchi a m line the development In (Mnnany Mnce oi the three chief h menUi af pro ductive capacity population, ccommn-i.- ii hniojna, ami economic organlsu -lion; the reauitlna expnnslim in pro diii i .' Itself ami tin. ncomltunt phenomena at traffic itnd consumption. lie pl o t s the present gross hMome o! ibe nation n! iio.aso.et no, as com pared with S,IMO,9OS,S00 to t,,iiuo imih, wxj aii. .at i v;.'.. Qermany'a national i ' hi i put .'i I .' i,OO0 ,000, ( Ki icoincn nno t ULhOUtl ILU nuo WANTED. :: CRNTK A POUND paid toy clean COtton rays. Xii SCTSDO, CalUBMl News office. -tf VVtANTKD Rollcltor one who is bustler. Adi't-ss N, ears Newa, tt HELP WANTED. . . 'r':taW4isLV.,m MP V JOHN AND MEG IN "LITTLE WOMEN," CALLMET THEATER FRIDAY APRIL 17TH, MATIN tt AND NIGHT. j You'll jk. i-iilnmet Rath Rear ; Phone .'7 1 f,,r n rnse todny. .d-r-' tlsement-ll ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN lta too late to insure after you have been inujred, and acc dents are happen. nrj all around you every day. Accident insurance costs but little and goes a long way when ;t R needed. Th-nk it over. S.C. CHYNOWETH INSURANCE AGENCY siirrri-.crio to It SUCCPr.sfin -rrs SCHNELLER & LAWRENCE CALUMET, MICHIGAN WANTED .man WITH LARQ8 AC QUAINTANCE in ins OWN hO' ' A I.ITY. Ell Bar all or pal t Umt. tor responsible position With Well known reliable concern. RxcluMve propoai- luui. It's new ami nothing else like Kplendld Income to riKiu party. Tins u mi exceptional opportunity for n man in your section to net lata n big paying buninesB without capital Ambition sad good appes ranee naore nei raaary than sxperienea. lvalue membei or achool taachar preferred, Write once giving your ukc, snrne thtag ah. m yoarsetf snd raferencea Address, Merman Etahoeke, Manager ol Apidlcatlon Dept., Ureal Northern Building, Chlcagn III, Also on.- isdy wanted over 2' sears ..i sgs, n HELP WANTED FEMALE. WANTKP laidy Ira ratal' i sxpeclenos snni assry, Rslary, ronrunissten mil expense allowance to riKhi party. 1 1 W. THURTELL The OPTOMETRIST Has returned tr, Calumet uml has his office in HERMAN 3LOCK, Fifth Street. ll. Mrs ! to n .mil 7 ta I p. m Bfjaf thoroughly aad Kieatlflcally examin ed, and gJaaass made to lit- All work SUliriltlteed Telephone I'iTiT-R. MICHIGAN COLLEGE OP MINES F W. McNair. Presidsot Fer Year Book Apply to Preaident or Secretary, HOUGHTON, MICHIGAN. J ED HOCKING PRAYING Phone i77-M. 224 Osceola St., Laurium. Brady d '.. hlcago. WANTKD Toung women nursing, iiinh elaas training school. Ram St after graduation, write logua. Wsshlngton Park I3J R, loth it Chicago FOR SALE. to leant registered Ser Week far eata Hnapttat, ' i WR su.k Guernsey rows, j, R, Prank, old Cahjgan Read, Lake Un den. WR RAUC An excellent opportunity to m ike moaej v. .. Laag -Com-pi t" mint '-reason for selling given to buyer, T. W earn Newa rjfaes 'alumet. .f '"ii s.m.i, Modern marble soda feantalg ami iaajsyni, Inrluiia electrk earhaaalor ami power fresxser, Ready for hualaeas, Cbaap, Address. L, News. POR RRNT-H Leari's slot... FOR RENT. ' i H 'tu w R. B 1 1 SALESMEN. SM.IAli: WANTKH Now ravel - tag to cam Mm easiest getting, most profltahle side-1,. ,.v,,r oRared. S- s Rsetf, smaii, itght ssjgpM, Address '.' x AM ' '( i . pent Is, til. . 1 1 Il' "' la ih- pla. e ami BOW is the lime, si,,,-, a pMrlhgi sccduBi righi lo it win. ,,s Dafays aaaaa i"ss oi intereat prompt setioa m-ans mono) saved and earned. lr m,i, gaalre kuiR ami need n utth mars atanl XV,'V' 11 lO loan a reasojialde ln- " " s V,,v J call and lots talk the nni-r over. The Cjpau rJasjatr) BulMInK A- Loan Ass.,eMti..i,, Calumet, x'i' h, Aivertlat as ni 1 1 N. R. BIANCHI WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER Our specialty Copper Queen high grade whiskey. CALUMET, MICH. Phone 549 612 Oak St. OFFICE OF CALUMET AND ARIZ ONA MINING COMPANY. To th- Bhareholders Ton are here- B) notified that the Annual Meeting of the Stot Uhohlers of t'alumet and Ariz ona Mining Company wih br- held at office of the Compaay, Wsrren, Arizona, Monday. April i:tth. 1!H. Itl 10 o'cloek A. M . for the purpose of electing eleven directors for th- snsu tag year and for such other business 1 may come before the mealing" Ths transfer hooks of mm Oompany " in be closed Mareh n a ami will re main . lost-d until Mati-h fith, Ifllt. order of the Board of PlrecVora, OOROOM K CAMPRKLL, Ranntary. Hiii-ii at Cslumet, tdlehJgan, March It. Ittl. Advertisement Apr. it OFFICE OF SUPERIOR AND PITTS BURG COPPER COMPANY. To the Shareholders; v,,u are here by notified that MM Annual Meetlnc, of ' atoi k holders of Bupsrlor p PltU- !' " I opper Company v ill hr held at 11 "'' nf the Coihpany, Calumet. Ml h gan, Monday, April i:tth, inn, it 12 o'clock noon, mr iha purpose of 1 dlret ti ts f,,r th- ansulnaj veH.- nd for such other liuslness ns m;iy .in.' before the mtiiiilag T,l, IWnSfsi i ks ,,f the Company will he Closed. Mar. h R h. 1HH, and v' 1,1 "' Opt t, Mai, h MMl Itl t. Ry ordi r .r the Board of Dtractors, GORDON It. i 'A M l 1 HK1.I., Seitetiirv. Dbted .it Calumet, RJchlgaa, Mai ' 1 AdvsrtMimisa Apr. ii TRY A NEW8 WANT AO. ..iUJldllHM