THE CALUMET NEWS
THURSDAY. APRIL 30, 1914.
MINING NEWS AND STOCKS
NEW PLANT FOR
BUTTE & LONDON
Un watering Will Begin When Com
pressor Is Installed
Hutte. Mont Apr. 3i. ttutte tril
lion's com pressor i Ui ri t. has arrived
and is being itistaih cl. follow, lug the
omplet ititi of which it is expected t
oesin un ateriru; t tie shaft. The com
pressor h 2. Sua cubic foot capacity
lint to A: I .'iiilnn operations art- under
th direction of the Rainbow Develop'
anient company, bMk "t which arc
the COngdOtta Of liuluih .miJ their as
sociates. t'nder 1 1 1 contract with the I!ut
Ai Loadoa nmpin) i Ik- Rainbow nun
PM wil link the Butta & London
tdiaft. till' IITS. m 1 I 1 1 1 of Win. ll is
1,19 feet, mi ;nl,it n na I PM feet and
than CTooof ul to tin- Uim limits of the
liutto tv London's ground, tiflini
about 2,"0n fe t in' in.ss irlthgf
Largs Amount of Water.
Sinking ''' shall 1. 1 tl- J.'nu will
Sold ii depth of MM met actually
in tin' reek in place, as tlic sha't
pierced IW foot of wash before bed
rock was readied. Several weeks'
timo win ir HciHtr) before Mm
shaft ati.l loWM Workhutl have lron
unwanted, as tin- water conies t"
WitBtn 17.". loot of tin- surfa. e and
i Mo crosscuts at tin bottom of the
shaft aggregate about IM foot in dis
tance. Two Ii dos were ut b) tlio lluito A
London ccmpen) ancwlng well dofi nod
oins and rarrytag about is per rent
cornier with an ounce or two of sliver.
Tho Rainbow company is equipping
Uio lltitto & London with (he most
Modem of Imiatlni angioma, an en
gine rapnhle of oerrjing operation to
the MM level having been ksetaUed.
Thin engine will ho electrically oper
nted mill will Mo of IT1 laireopouai
The pumping peal etao will io otam
trice Ity opemtedL itntlon pumii t
ir In eta Bed nt tka Ult beta! oapebte
of liftiiiK tPJ gatteua of wntet per
minute mm dial level to UM surface.
A Blahing pump will vure fof the (low
during Mm program f hefl Mnhlng.
lifting tho water to the l.l'H-station.
Untlir North Butte Manager
Operatfcme at the Hutte & London
are under tho personal supervision of
John i. Pope. general manager of Urn
North mute company. Mr. Pupa ilea
is in change of the oporat ions of the
Rainbow company in the develop
teni of tho Rain baa geoup of ctehnei
nortbeaat ef Um Butta v- taper tot
The Raiabow compaaj hi to be is
aaad II pet1 eeai of the stock .,f the
Butte London i iimpap) following
th apletluM of tho inking and tlio
(Pane, Webber A. Co i
Ani.il 7 j 1 f
Alaska i"4 -i
Advantora 1 1
Alleuai to ii(iH
Aljjom.ih p 1
An. ' 'om 47
Ahmeek MM Ml
Butte iiaik :i4 Vij
Boston Main.' 4 j 1. 41
Hutte & Bupertor fd)f fu
Coppot flange ;;r,t ajl
C . e A u r,4
C 41 H m 4.'o
Chuao af 4n
Daly West :- 1
Keel Butte u,.-
franklin 4:-. -
tJranMy fau -j
Ortane uai 33
lleaceca h i;
H'iii'y 30ax ....
Indiana . . 4 5
Innpiratlon 17 fM
I'M- Uoy.ile f jn
k weaaava 31, tat
Kelt Lake m 41
Laka u t;x
La Salla 4 1 1 1 vj
Mass 1 , .t
Mlehlffan 7;, 1
Miami ' m
Mohawk iu 44
Mayflower 4-v4 -
North Lake p j i4
NVv- C IIU
North Mutt' H 21
OW Don MH 47 li
' eola 72 73
OjrMwir M iu
' dd "'dony :jt 41"
Qulnef .-, 60
Sup. A Huston j
Shannon 51 w
Brtaftueh 24 2;
S M. F'fd 437, 4
T imararlt 34 1 3;
T'tah 'on 54 ry
Vli torkl ;4j 4
tt'inona 3 il
W0I1 erraa U 4
WyaadotM p 7.-,
Zinc 11 5
Mlanear and f?o. sav today
' ' ' '..!. ilea : ..f I'll.-.
MICHIGAN COLLEGE OP MINES
F W. McNelr, President
Far Yar Book Apply to President
tv today, hut tho tendon. was decid
ed)) Motto: It I ho report Is true that
Kuka Leek are La beeaaae ike Mum ari
PaaMi .IK ins it win un cloud from
he market t.' .it Ins looked serious tor
Ofaj lino past. The ail 1" Mis
MHirl PWCtffS would Indi.ate that thole
was aoaaatkkaj to the leaeai far ii rai
Ued laur piiaata
i lo re w is Bume weaknei In i
Bteej ak reports that un ii
to ba laid off.
The no t il raarkof la Laipruvlna
I or.llll ; to .ill report!
ea hoMI up to r.3 on th" orlhlal aihho
that the dlvldeajd had aal) Moon
foiled and tint a mei ttnu will ba Meld
shoni. to take up dividend ectloa.
V'J. A. iVmnear & Co.)
Hohemia l a
lint. Col i
Uutte & Lou J4
U. A. Soott 3
v'a la eras t4
Cons vop. M
Cai A .Mont 25ax
& & C JH
t'.u. A Son M'ax
I'orMin Copper II
Duvia Dal fe)
Hoton Cop m
I aV 4V A 75
M. Clinton pi,,x
Now Baltic 1
Now Ke Stone 1 14
Now Cornelia oitx
OJttrway ::. m
ne.'o p j jjL
Sup. it Huston 1 n4
iuth lake 3 v ?,V,
So. V. Miami l 2
Ton. Victor no .34
l iiion Land
i". Verde Bsl t;o ..,
Vtetor 30 .34
Warren Sax ....
Mai & Ariz !!. 1
VERA CRUZ SAFE FROM
ATTACK; MAAS IN INTERIOR
Continure From Firgt Paa.
capital, in view of ike fad that the
naif orni "f a naval reeeree was hi in.
Naakin'a banwii and ronerjlar papaei
win found in bin pOCketa, he waa de
tained in atasleo 1 n as a poeaib.e
spv Ho s.ii.i (e Ida no acted as the
afftclaj inti rpratef at bin Investigation.
No 1. i.iuy Betrayed the entire iiri'!
f American oi.iratioiis unii..ni
lestatioii and plana to i.-tura to thi
'.Jl'll.'l W.lli I is MOO "II the litst tl.tlll
he . an ar-l to lake bin t.
Old Prison Ordered Closed.
Tin- teetroea of s.m Juaa do 1 iu.-i.
notorious lor eanturhM as peehaaa the
f' nleet araaal aa the Aatarkpui conti
nent, has Moon otewred b) Hoar Ad
Mini I Plot oker to be cornpleteiy vacat
Wnen the Aniorkan sailors and ma
un, oecaaied Veru Crua there ware
.11 tins piipen, a kick pi eonatructed in
tl.e foeon of a little island in the har
bor. Soma t"n prisoners, most of them
ranfined f"r political offense:. Three
hundred of these men already have
been released "i iranaf erred t.. other
1 K inn there pnatein 1 1 ami now
these mi l) ore to in- soni slaee hale
Terrible Conditions Prevailed.
The inspi . Hon of the prleea My the
Aanerican suthoritiea verified the MJaa
that Mad been written and told tot
generations of the terrible randltlona
prosadinu there. Many daneWnns wore
beloa the water line when the tide wan
running in, at wnk h time tin- Inmates,
111. ins ..t M Mom wore M:if blind Of) C
": 1 1 their hMnj Irerarceratlon in
semi dark neso, were drenche4 ihr
dUtUteoilS were so oonsl riu led I ha I n
Waa impossible for tho prisoners to Ho
down. Ancient devirwoi torture were
dlecovored and there was evidence that
tiie ' re entlv Mad hfM in
Xinon tnoee in coafinemenl were
Ma once of prominence, but wboae
nanus now hue 1 n atmrari r., ...... ..
men Who have Moon there so lonu
'Mat their minds are hlanli mrA
n SBfaehlsl b) the treatment they
hi re etvad as to inoare their traiv-
ti 1 lo Mospltals Instead of to rfltwa
rhe appearance or the pttoonara waa
Tin- release of prisoners from the
wateraoaked durujeoni whs a revels
lion of the obara. tor and the altltudo
of the I nited States
CLEVELAND TO CHANGE TIME.
dty Adopts Eastern Standard Much
Cleveland, .. ,pru Nj OraialtijeTj
do. islon to r hangs from rontral stand
ard to eastern standard time will bo
put Into off e t tomoffrow, and It Is ex
pected tha for a while at least. It will
o- a ease of "roiif union worse CM
faajftfgnf" for the people. The ohaiiKe
is tin- result of eaegpahfn that has
Meen Waged for a ion- time by the
busine? Interests of I he Cftjr, Coder
the new arrannemont the fm torles and
hopi will begta work an hour earlier
m moi nin.; nd rloae an hour earl
ier m the afternoon, thus eivin the
employes tin- benefit of an additional
ague of dayliaht after work. Mn-h
ronfuston is expected to follow the
change, however, aim'e the postorl''e
department, the most of the rallron.1i.
the expraaa coaumnMs and ntnaeroua
other concerns have do. ided not to
conform to the aeW time rlrknge be
eauae it Would naceaaitate complete
rearrangement of their schedules.
GRAY CLAD VETS
TO MEET AGAIN
25,000 Visitors Expected at Jack
sonville Next Week
Jacksonville. Kla., April 30. All .11
ranBMnants have been oeeapleted fat
the twenty f0UJt annual national i n
rarapsaoai of the United states can
fedeente Vai era aa. erhlch will bo bob
in this city nam week.
l or nearly a your, .1 committee ol
ftj ai the foreeaoel dthnma of Jack
sonvillo has boon at work 011 tho piop-
arntlapg i"i tin- raeeptkM and enter
tainmont of the .'.., 'mih or more visitors
who an- eapeciea to be here from ev
erv j ait of tile south. The dotaileil
an irnm praiaMed by tka eommittoe is
of tho most porfeel and okvbor.iio . har
.0 Mf and if the earning reunion is not
one of tin most sm ri sjif ul ov er hold
oy llie veterans who wore the gray it
will not Mo tho fault of tin people of
Already public buildiiis and private
rosidcnn - an taking on holiday uttiro
In honor of the eominx of the g-fr1rfl
Mi l "i s. The alectrical decora Uocm wtU
Me the most alahernta over soon in the
south, rpon arrlvlaa at tha union do-
t the tirst Iktag to attract the atten
tion ol UM visitors will 1.0 an enormous
electric stern Baahiaa out the words.
Jacksonville Lids You Uelioim." At
ill the principal street inter-sect ions
1 tho downtown district, beautiful
inoptee of electric liubts an- being
laatracted. The lendlni tneewngte
farea am lined aith VaaeiMn masts
from which old Glory and the Stars
tnd Ikirs Iwll 1lo.1t side by side. Count
less yards of buntinn and thousands
ol Mans and banners will he used in
tho decorations of the build! ag fronts
alauej the line of the lounion parade.
Only One Surviving General.
ion. Beenetl ll. Toaaai of f niitsnrUla
1 onun in lor-in-' hiof of the United Can
federate Veterans, will preside 1( the
business BCOBloni of thai body. )ver
nor Tark Trammell and other prom
inent Bpeahai'B will be on the pro
irans, Among the notable jruests who
will he assifrnod places of honor on
the pint form win ba fJea B. If. Imw
af BartOW, I'la.. who is the only sur
viving general on the Confederate side
who commanded a division ai Chicka
auiuejn. Gen Law is now peering his
The annual parade will be the elee
Ingj feature of tho reunion. Manv of
tho old Soldiers Who composed the
armies of Virginia and Tennessee, who
marched to the strains of nixie" ;md
followed the old (Mir under Lee and
Jackson and Hood and Johnson, are
now too foekla to PMrch in the ranks
with their comrades. Reeliaing this,
the local committee has arranuod to
furnish earrlagea ami ftatomotdloa for
those who wish to participate in tlio
parade, despite (M. ir inaldlity to stand
tlio strain ol' mBIThlng (libers will
o ;upy I osel v oil seats in t M.
ow ina i
tends, where they can vvitnoss the
paratw and cheer theii
ENVOYS APPEAL TO THE
EUROPEAN POWERS TO AIO
Continued From First Page.
mm t be Kien. Uenaanda for an in
demnity lor tin- death of "in blue Jack
eta and marines killed at Vera CrtM or
Me, .mis,, of ii,,. enormoua expenae to
nrklek tins governmead Mas been mim
Jected a ill not be pressed.
TMo mediator... believe iMat Huertd
must Bgrea t.. eHmlnate lilinai If. if Mo
does not, henrever, Ikng are coajfldeni
the better class ..r kteaicana in the
capital can lie deiiended upon to form
htm "at. i coarse, jn that event Hii
rta amy da Ida to take w Itk him all
of the troops Me can and cendOCI a
revolution of Mis own later on. That,
however, is a conUngancy that must hp
ion to tin- future, Much dlglomatlc
mid rinaacial support has already been
withdrawn from the dtl tator and pre;,-
sure is being brought to bear every
"More oomptetel) to leelalo hap, with
what p reaped oi saccaw ne one i.s ,t
prepared lu say,
Reports Manzanillo Bombarded.
Mexlca t'it. Alex, April fa,- Q fl
ora I A Hi ' Ii. i no I tin lionet. , , t
war. announced lata yeeterday that ha
bad received from Oeneral Jose Maria
flee a telegram afstttgej thai tin- port
of .Mananiiio on tin- Pacific oenal kad
1 icen l " , Hi i - i rdi ' I bv n ml A mrli .,
Daniels Doubts the Report.
VKaahlngton, i v, April te. gJacre-
Daniels it Id last night ho did noi
believe the MexJCU Citv leoort that
MnnaanUto had bean beinlmttted u
aq American ivarskip or th at marines
had boon landed at Balina Crna, ii"
said he was iii conatani communica
tion with Begr Admiral Howard,
whose piM report vvas that nil vvhh
i net on ; ,.. I'.o ili
er BaPeigh was dui
anlllo today and
Hnitua I'ruz. Tho
coast, The i rul
to ai riv e at fa n -
the Denver If a
Denver carriea no
Today llM report Mom Alexi'o Citv
thai ktanaanillo was bapjibnrdad My an
American warship vvas poaitlvel de
nied, Admiral Howard reported an In-
rendlnrj conftegration in the town, but
e vv i re not ev n there " The i I r
that marine, had Meen landed I S.
Una Cl IM .1 Is, i as denied.
BOWLING BANQUET PLANNED.
Plana are Meinc made for a bowling
benojuei to be conducted tin. v.,,
writing tMe cloaa of the ncaunn of the
t'opper Country Core mere iel league,
Funds for this spread have already
been secured nd It is expet ted there
win bo an Inteeaattag program in oon-neetion.
w a m as f
and put your-savings in (he bank
You can cut down your expenses, if you try-
a little less for this luxury, a few cents less for
that-and you have the becinninu of a fortune,
if you put what you save in the bank.
All the time it is accumulating you are getting nearer to in
dependence and to the goal of that ambition for all things aro
easy when you have money.
Start today. Open a bank actounl with
what you have. Even a dollar will do.
VISIT OF FISH CAR IS
DELAYED TILL WEDNESDAY
rnUIIAUUtU rc oir. nnn tdaiit
rriT run rtwtt(NMW
otflctabi of the Keweenaw Central
have been advise. I that tho now fish
car Wolverine bearing a consignment
of approximately 225,1 brook trout
iry to lie planted in KeWOOUeW OOUtt
tv Btreema win noi abM to reach I
Calumet until the evening of Tn radar.
May ", and lb,, planting of fry will
therefore be fkriayed from Tuesday to
Wed ncad ay of next week. The car will
Me delivered to lb, Keweenaw rontral
in Calamel and Will leaVa the local do
pot nt a. m. for Mandan. aCCOm
panled My looal eportamea w ho win as
sist in t M. rdnntlng of the tisii.
The Wolverine, a in vv lish car, n -
plaeing tin KontlnallaV. winch was on-
gagad in elmllar service for un o.v-
temted period, waa in tha oopper coun
try this week V'.ith a ' otisiHiniu nt of
fri for the Popper Etanac dietrict The
ai- is a am do -aver Pullman sleeper,
lull lonth, and i.s oipiipped with lock
ers for the t r,i importation of tMe fry
and keeping tlnm in Hie proper tem-
ernture, also ameaamndatlima fat a
crew of eight mem The oar is m tka
service about flea months of the year,
making trtee to ail pans d the state
with consign tnenta of brook treed,
grayling, rainbow trout, bass and araB-
ej ed l ike fry.
The Keweenaa Central road is pro
pared to resume its service to Kewee
naw inty points tomorrow, as was
announced lusl week.
CALUMET WOMAN'S CLUB.
Splendid Program is Arangcd for Open
Mcctinq on Friday.
The Calumel Woman's club will hold
an open meeting in the V. M. ('. A. lec
ture room on I ritlay afternoon, the
Bjpmtlng opi nlng at . o'clock. The
follow ing excellent musical program
arranged by Mrs. Alice N, King win
lie lei, deled;
Piano soio. Indian Bulla. . JMacDoweH
m i s. Gal 'iirnenlur pearce.
Sonus ia i May, TMe Maiden (Car
pi nter). (b) My Laddie (W. Ar
Mrs Joy i iink Kohlhaas.
Violin solo - Intro, and Schero Ca
prii inns. ip 1.'.. l h tornieyer. )
Albert VopUu r.
Bang- m Mrnmga tfluy i . tlarda
Piano duel Melpeanane (Chad wick.)
Air.-.. Iter) flu pea and Mrs. Alice King.
Wont- - a) A Spirit How or - i 'amp
Men Upton.) (b) The Btar (Tamoa
Mm, Jo) PHnk Kohlhaas.
Violin solo Hungarian I'antaala
(Tobanl, p. jot.
AIM. rt X oelkef.
Sons (a) a Ktower of All the World
Amy , oilforde-1 ndi i l.
(h) 'Tis tin paj (feoncatallo).
CIRCUS STARTS TONIGHT.
Anninl Exhibit at the Calumet Y.
C. A. to Be Excellent..
The annual r treua ot) the Calumet v.
M. c. a. win open in tin- aaaoctntion'i
gymnasium thlc eyenin and will be
continued tomorrow evenina. Tin n-
trsclion prumlaaj to be one af the
most Interesting over attempted, fare.
oral weeks havg been devoted to Hie
preparations r vgriene exhibltt whtek
win Me provided mv Ike different etage
tt and careful attention has been
eil lo each (blail of the prep-i m I Ion.
makiiiK it certain tin- sho-.v will be
beltoi in , , erv w ay ll:.i n t hose pr .
Ided in the past.
Pkyaii ,i Director fohastone has an
aonneed sp Madid program for tin
eiroiiN which herradea riiectal tea tares
by each class. 1 11 u tratlrtj) tkx re h
Which is done In tin gj mn islam
There are also special feature! of u
Additional (Local News
Bank of Calumet
tlllllli i;; natlll'i
ami present a a typical circus nppear
nnce, rrom the demand for tk'keti
11 1 ' vl '" ' " "in 01 n i.u
M. A. C. GRADUATION JUNE 23.
Largest Class in History of Institution
Leaves This Year.
1-uisinn, Aliih., April 3U. President
Snyder ot the MlettlgM Agricultural
collage announce! the tagpasmwameat
and baeoa laureate speakers for the
cla.-s of IP14 which gradttaMa June
tt, Tims .Mott Qaboma af Auburn, N
V., has been selected to deliver Hie
"ommencemenl addreaa Mr, osMom
is a promt neat manufaeturar ef An
burn and a graduate of Harvard in
the year of l.vM,
I'.ishop William I'l.inklin Anderson
of New ITork will deliver the baccalaii-
reaia mrinun, Plakep Anderson grad
anted tram the Ohio Wwaleyan anl
veraity m ism; ike Drew Theology
seminary in iss,, and took peat gmd
ante werk at Dklo Wealeyaa aniver
Ity in Tin.. He Mas Meen nastor of tMe
Alol Avenue phUTCh of Now Vork citv ;
St. J unes church o Kingston. . V.;
Paahlagton Bqwam church of New
Vork city, ami has been editor of the
CnrkHian Btudeat tot a number of
The graduating clean this year win
be "no ..I the largest which has ever
left M. A. l, and the exorcises and
other functions to Me given promise to
excel anything In the bietory of the
IN COLORADO MINE WAR.
Peter Strucei. son ..f Oeotga Btrucel
tanltor af the Red Jacket Bra sta
tion IS one ol tile lloopels III the I'.
s. regular cavalry ordered from port
i cavenwurtn, Kaa to the i'oioradn
mine wai- zone, and which arrived
there tins mamlag. Mi-. Btmeatli
manv Iriends in I'aliiniet will Mo ju
iciest, d in future developments in that
CAILLAUX ELECTED A"
FRENCH DEPUTY; MORE
ELECTIONS ON MAY 10.
Parle, April M, Although ::.i depu
ties daBnltaty were chosen in the re
cent general obit ion tor the Prenett
chamber of deputies, the country will
have to await the result of the
second ballots on Mav in, Mofore it , an
tell Whether the present K"V eminent
I as to oMtaln a majority.
Joaeph CnlllaUX, WHO resinned IM..
mlnletry of finance after the kitting of
Qnaton Calmette, editor of the Plgaro,
by Mine. Coillaux, and win. decided to
baeome a candidate for the ekanrher
at tin- requaat of hie friends, was re
.Ninons thoae reelaeed are: aiIh
i4e Briand, Ahmandra Mllhanuaf,
Louis BarthoUi Paul Deechanel, Rene
vivinni, Abbe Letniie, Maurice Barraja,
Denjra Caebtn ami pieg Admiral uie
nalmc. DUTCH PRINCESS IS 5.
Entire Country Celebrates Birthday of
Its Future Ruler.
The Kggwe, April M. -froin th.
Hi t inan frontier to the North Se i
every oily, town and hamlet of the
Netherlands toda.v dMpMyed a profuH-
lon of Saga and gave other evidences
of rejoining ov er ihe fifth btrthdaj an-
nlveisary of ihe ItCttfl Prim ess Julian
w ho vv ill one , i,,. 1 1 BUlef id tho
Kathertanda, win, (e,tae,oea aahjects
at home and .iMroml.
The birth of the Prkn s on Aptfl
1'Ki'i. ivih Mailed wl'h '.'real j,,y Ity
the people of I Me ,l herlll n.M . since it
fuimied i, lnnndef erred bopa and ae
foire, the vn ,,,, ,, tna Mouse of
Orange t., the iuhm throne. The In
fnm Pi in i- s w m ehejetaned Ink ,i .
1 il Kmm i Uark wiim. Imlna The
name of Julia Pa wag ulvm nor In
iinnior, of Countess
Nassau, w ife of Prime
i f .lull ma of
I I' d. 1 1. k H. n-
I thrill Inij natum ami latereattac anlmt I
Paine, Webber & Co.
BANKERS AND DR0KERS.
Boston, Mass., April 30. An attempt seemed to be made during the
early Mouu to drp'c:.:. the N. V. list by selling of stocks, but this h.id
httlo cdect jnd toward tho closo there was a heivy wave of buying or
( nrhieh rused a sharp advance all over the list. In the local mar,
kct Croon Crm'nca showed the largest advance, onenina at 28 anii
pdvaaeing tcadlly to '.'1 at the clore. Other corn"' 3 were stronger and
I i .. h . cn Iookc ci'c dedly better.
J. A. MINNEAR 5c CO.
CALUMET, MICH. LAURIUM, MICH.
MARKETS AT A GLANCE.
THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1914.
MARKETS SLOW. BUT WITH A DECIDEDLY UPWARD
CREENE-CANANEA ANNOUNCED DEFERRED ACTION ON DIVI
DEND. DIRECTORS SU PPOSE D TO M EET AGAI N SHORTLY
A 144 CENT METAL MARKET AGAIN ESTABLISHED. CLOSING
WAS AT BEST PRICES OF DAY.
SHORTS COVERED FREELY.
Salt Lake, Cobalt and Tonopah Stocks Quoted Constantly
if ibe two branches f
c of Orangn Ma sea it. Tka
Louise rei alls Louise de
wife of W illiam the Sib lit.
The names of i.'mma. Marie and W'il
helmlna arc thaae of her grandmothe
and her mother.
Choice ingredients, skillfully
blended into a Food Beverage
that cannot be equaled that's
BEER. DELICIOUS! THAT'S
WHAT THEY ALL SAY.
Order a case from your dealer
or nearest Branch.
Lake Lmden, Mich.
Br. nehes at Calumet, Hancock.
Soi th Range, Mich.
You'll JVever Save
if you have not made a start!
Your earning years are fleet
ing by - each year gone WITH
OUT SAVING is a LOSS to you
now while this thought is fresh
in your mind save and deposit
weekly wun this bank.
Interest Paid On Savings.
Calumet State Bank
I CENTS A POUND paid rcicn
cotton rage, No crape, Calnmei
Newa ohm e ,tf
WANT HI Sc. ond-bnml no box. Ap
ply IIS ,-,ih SI. Phono faW. M
WANTED By young man position as
cliauffour. Mrst-class ro erencen.
State a age Address, M., care Calu
met News. .,
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED: Kitchen Klrl ai Palace
FOR RENT famished loom over
ireiiMiein s sloro. Applv Oronstoln's
w INTBD Boardera, iffi Wafbaj st.,
I "11 SALK House. 1649 Hecla St
i ''i: sAbii room house, rank foun
. i. n ion. L'din Libert v st.
:-"l , South.
W. L. STANNAKD
room house and barn,
I 'i IL BALE 2121 Liberty St.
Knit SALIv Nine room house, Hum
mer kitchen, coal shod, bain room
for two horses, etc. Apply l."0r He. la
St.. fleckV A S-'.oOO house for 11,500.
WOU SALE 7 room house, 398 Osce
ola Rani, Newtown.
l'(U S.Idv-9 room houHo, modern
conveniences, steam heat. irod
foundation and plumblnir. Apply 850
Cambria St.. Calumet.
rOR SALE 10 room house.
4328 Acorn St.
POR ALB-i room house, till v'alu
Seven mom bouse, ;!.'.;
POR BALR -Hoaae, ! rooms, bath
4.;:::. Him St , Yellow Jacket.
POR BALE u room
2B4) Ro kland st.
PI Mb BALE 1141
at tho house.
Temple St. Apply
POR BALE Kir lit
Sw edetoa n
r, room bouee, ""ii
Hoad. Applj on prem
ium sai.k iui Ho i.i si. rfacla,
Oood i room house with stone fOUn
datlon, cement collar. Good bargain
if taken at once. -If
PI U BALE
II room house LC02 l.aur-
Pt nt BALB Plve room house,
l' lt BALE ;:i.':i Tunnel St.
POR HALE Six
I. annum St.
room house, If 34
POR BALB S room house, cheap.
I R sai.k Cheap)
House No. IS08
POR BALB- House, lOtl oak St.. Yel
I low Jacket.
I' K .S.'.Ll'J -t:;, Hecla
b IR BALE- Bight
room house, 7:iu
FOR BALE 7 room house, 40sT Cno
POR RENT 4 room house, Zll Iro
QUola St.. Lauritim. Apply at 'iS-Ss
POR RENT 1 furnished room. t:i-i
POR RKNT Rooms. Apply at tttl
POR RENT 4
11th and Pine
P U RENT
i oi in house, i Prankiln
NOTICE ()K S A LIv- I NSC It A N ! B)
Noi i . hereby given that I have
sold my general hnmnnnce and collec
tion Imslnoss to ihe Thomas Insurance
Agency, conducted My C. K. 1A Thom1
as. The liusinoH.s on and after May 1,
mid, will Mo conducted under tho tlrm
ii. line of Thomas Insurance Agency, at
th. present office of said llrm, Room
I", Cateajan state Han'k Bldg.. Room
Mich., telephone 341 North.
former patrons of my office will
confer a favor upon mo ly contlnu
iiiu I heir bonfueon arltk Mr. Thomas,
whom I am thoroughly satisilod is
qualified in even way to look after
your laauranoa imsinonH.
CniaWMt, Allch.. April .to. fl4
Uttgned i Bf ward Nelson.
N TI K
Uv wile having Ion mv Med and
board, I will not Me responsible for any
debts contracted Mv her in my name.
1 nted tins hhi dav of gum, wit,
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