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THE CALUMET NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1914. MINING NEWS WATER FOR THE NEW CORNELIA Problem of an Adequate Supply Is Solved by the C. & A. Speaklnc if the New i 'urncli.i i r i Tt in the Ajn mountains, cieaernl l;m.iii flffeo nWJ "I UM Calumet At Arizona became enthusiastic ahd told ahead the mec j in tin- matter of dc ireiopiag water, which bad been re garded u a Rtoel Importaal problem when the ptopefy hi Aral eeouTed fr development sayi the Blabee ! view. Laet month one wall was ceav pasted t a depth of math 7"" tit : and aeerl) fW gallons ( water was pumped from it par minute, the capn otty nf the p. imp. W itii the aw aaa of a second v i no aseurcd. Captalu Cireeawa) hi of lbs opinion that there will be lin anse for WOf F) over an adequate watar sappl) for ail the re daction plaiith Unit would be required lor ; be prop rtj . The deveJopenaal af Ihe Cornelia property ha.-- beea meal thorough ' . a yilnntki churn drilling nad ay ainklng man shafts to check up tie raaulta aat urad fn n th Thirty mill. on tafia i f been Mocked on: ,.f ;i Mihle than the HV 010(4 Utah Conaolldated, i ne dr.ll hole:. oi baa thus shade bettt r value of th of the meat prominent properties in the country. With the assurance of tho water upply evallabli in the AJaa ail th.it now n mains to be done before COO' ttt taction of reduction arorha ami the baltdlRfJ of the Hi p..sed r.ulr.i.ol " .-tailed is the matter of further ti-t f several methods for treating the ere. This work will require Be vera! months yet ami will hard) ho com i leted before lata in the cuaateg Fall t niii a definite ami succeeeful oaetbod is arorited for treat lag th Conn fta or. it is not expected that anything fur ther will be .lone toward I ha enaction f a mill or the building of a railr a ' w hh l: mill n will be uld be ne eaaai tarted. even hefon POLITICS HOLDS PROSPERITY BCK HAYDEN, STONE & CO. Attempt to Disintegrate Business Units Step Toward Inefficiency. "Unqueat lonabi y, the underlyimc trouble and i.ais. of the d. ite.-sioii :s to., much politi s," taya the weekly market i ttei ..f Haydaa. Stone g Co, Wt- have no quarrel with the party In penrar f--r iiutrUi into effect con crete poilctaa on which ita platform w ti boftt, Boaaa of theaa are, un dottbtedty, - ommend.ible. and even to .. itaclf. but the general attitude of attempting to break up tho large isum- h sw.ird l;: there !-i itudo, IT ongtd it s are il. it.. I II i! Decoration Sale White m Trimmed Millinery 3pZT S522 W BeauWul White Hats Chips and Tag.ils all tr.mmed m all white or dainty fancy rib bons, flower, and othtr cummer t.,mm.nfJB. These are all new and just what you .vant. Untrimmed Hats Pur white m Chips and T. gals 98c to $3. 00 Glass Block Sfore& AND STOCKS in any nitu.ition arbors pract.caiiv tii Whole i oinmutill v Is looklni: to !) event to restore eroapeeily. So ina. I is eie. ti fioin thin that aaaaai to en ill clean-cut form. laiul favoi aide to the railto.idw. Itn effect l! apt to be dlap nc W e i an otil.v hope t ll.' It :ll aa tally Up to iXct tatioim. Meantime, the toll 1-II li.iilkttIK ration, aa tevtaleil b the BlatellleiU of the liank of England, is mill ecu) "TukiliK the situation as a w hoi w, l el th.it it is one w here the worst li atnies of the iliiliistri.il depression ale now UaafoaaThi) raaaajaaaaa where liquidation has been complete, w here tile promise ot ahi.U'i.illt el oli 1'UtltN at tin- psychological moment, ami lltoiiUh the politi.a! menace remains in the background, th. American characteristic of 'geltlM luisv' will aaaen itseit on the slightest eticour- agemi nt. EDITH MAY VEIN IMPROVES. Developments Bl North Butte Property Are Giving Promise. BUtta. Mont.. May JV -..rth Itutt V lnh Ma vain on the MM foal level suul to i.e giving promise of cogging back into its own. ;i Junction with the Adirondack vain on that level laapart lae and atrength to the ore boahr aa II as iu reasiiiK the i upper content This ahoot is nroilui ina the ri. lte-it pper on the North Ihitte is Htinirg at the pre-.!.! time, tilt Xalllcs IUI- gfigg as high a nine per cent. Two eheota oca have been devat i Bad in the Bdith May at this depth, one lying aioncaide of the foot grail ami the other hugging th-- hanging Ing wall Both show a width from Rvg to seven fact, th" !o"t wall show- Lng the Juncture with the Adirondack. Within a sh. rt time i; j expected i he cutting the ESdlttl May ore bodi-.-on th.. 2,800-fuot level, when much is looked lor. Worklnga, too, an- naartna, th point where the larga ahoot in the east end f the Snowball viin. the longest body in th' Mi rth Butte la expa tad to be picked up on the !,taafoot btval. Tin I'dith Ha) .ili-l Snowball developments have been the mo.-t note worth) nf North Buttt p. rations th.- past raex. 1 J STOCKS BOSTON STOCKS. (Furnished by Paine. Am. ill.'. limited Alaska Adventure AHonea Abjomah Arcadian Al : tl . '"tntii. r. ial Ahmeek Imtie Ai Ikilk Bntta a- Superior . . . Copp r Range Webber 4 Co.) l 4 41 'i 1 1 411 ; 7 ' ; I.'.". 41 . 4 I n 83 :::: :;-r. 154 17 .".I o'I'm 4 4 IfH 17', I .ike 'opper . I. a Salic Mat , Mi. higun I Miami I Mohawk Jl MH In) I'.. 1 1 - Mk Ma) Rower North l-akc . Ne.uia Consolidated North Unite N iplssin ; It gl mi Bngglnlnn ff 4s -. m l.i 77 78 njibway ! i' old v'oloiiy 44 4J Qalnoy r7 a9 Ra) Pantirhdatrd '1 u'l" Superior A It. -ten 2 1 S..pelior 2H' l".ll Shannon 5 U Shalt nek thj LTi Tamarat k :t3 37 r. s. Hlntag 3t 3:. Utgh t'opper ,"i7 ."i7' X'utoria tf fjj Wimm.i 3' 31, Wolverino ttns Wyaavjot 50 .7 CURB 8T0CKS. .1 A Minmar Ai t'o. say toda.v : Thara was vary Rtthi r4atggjg b prices toda) and no mws of import ica stimulated the market. Ill the lasl hour alUmum liielit w..: mad.- of regular dividend Utah Cou per. hino. Raj i unaolidated and Nc ida Caananetki ami in aaaae gaatrtari tins wa disappointing as several ln tt.is. s Wan expel led, csy.- iall i' Utah Topper. The.-e dividends are a! ayaata J ana to ataok . f record Jum and the amounts arc 7."i cents a! i'tah. and T.'i on ChlttO. ITU ,111 linv lis. and 7 1 j aa Nevada t'oinmon. (J. A. Minncar & Co.) Msooiati .I'll .!! 1 Iff "7 1 I Jl .1.' .(1 .nil 1 1 r-H .J.'iax 14 1 .20 J ftgg .... .V". .!! ,4S ...I s ;. .30 .35 2 11 1 . 2 -: ,Ma . . . . i 1 6'i 1 :;4 2 I ."1 ' .32 .!!!! Jl Jl 'ii 2 7 7U lBld 1 m M 1 1 J .;') 1 Vt au .rir 6 1'V li Hohamia Uradeii iritiah Columbia :. A. Scott ante ,v l.n 'ai'tus Ill iveraa '11. S Mont "oi.s. C.p. M & C 'il. Ai Son Sorbin t'opper iavi8 Daly nn Araona o. 1J Hoton Cap Keweenaw I. S . A New Kcya l j Nil issing N vv UnHsf n.w Comal la OJlb y Onaco Yukon Conlagu South Lake s. w Mlatal Bunai lor S Boatoi Tuolumne Union Land l'. Verde KM. .. Warren Dt erilie ii- Ariz. Granby. Omni 1 produa nJ in April. IJ02,l 1 ! pouadi of " oiper. 14,101 ganjeaa gitvgff mi oktneaa of gold. Brsden, Bradcn'a output ton in Apiii was 2. ..".111. 1 . iunds of bl later copper. China prt dui e.l in April. l.lltJM pounds. Davis- Daly. I.ivi.- Daly ban called an assessment of to centa, payable 2."i cents en June 1st and N oantg on Oct, lat. Tonopah Belmont. Tonopah Belmont has doelnrad 11 regular nuarterl) dividend of 2.", can) . payable Inly Ial tu tocll f wcord Isna llth. Superior & Boston. Shipments from the Superior ,v Boaton are eoatinuing at the rale of two ai d a halt ears a day. Superin tendent E. I:. Tink r reports n I progreaa on u ndcrgrou nd development end condition! at (he mini' Bi general- I) latlafaetory. Arizona Record. Superior At. Boston. At present Superior and Huston 1:1 shipping ai t To earn af ore at 1., ton- . o h, monthly. Tins are in run ning from belter than 7 pet cent up to v per cent cupper and three 0UM ' of silver to the ton, and the proceed! ne paying ail of the coaapany'g e penaea including exploration ami d velopment, and yielding a siilislanli.il profit in addition. Net earnings (of the past three months' period amount ed to ittjff. The company now Hat on hand $120,000 of nsb and tt,9M worth of Bnppliea ail paid it. Qeo. I Walker. SEVERE SHOCKS ARE RECORDED. Sydney, n. s. w.. Ma) Tin-most severt earthQnake s hooka ev n rogli I-n d by Australian BelamoSTapha were recorded nt ll:M o'ctuch this morning at tho government uhar rvatoT) i-t Itiver View. Tin- waves lasi.-d three hours. The Indications were en up. tteaval in the vicinity of l-ii,ndly Isl ands in the southern Pai f . it had been enJoninted that naarli leg, nno. 0(10 feet, or Mora thin liftv-livi. thousand miles, of film ate used yemij to satlFfy the world's demand for nm,- imt pact area. Tiare are thirteen announced ran did ites for United Stat.-;- aenntof it. iCanaaa. There are nn fewer than 1, 7 Si varie ties af BaajBMH iii OefBaany, r. I 'irere ectlon of the nit; of Qne be.- il- Itroj hjf lit I ( BROKERS' GOSSlHr The value IhecttBooK Pay your bills by check and have a check on your bills A check boot, helps you to save. It enables you to take instant advan tage of an opportunity to buy without carrying a sum of money contin ually in your pocket the money is in this bank earning interest. t gives you standing amongst your fellows and is the first step on the road to fo' tunc. Come in and let us give you I check book today. First National Kank of Calumet Shoes of Genuine Merit I aaaaSi The very fact that we depend upon YOUR SATISFACTION to bring you back again and to cause you to recommend thi-j store to your friends makes it oT the utmost importance that we give you every time the most ac -tual value possible for the least money. Ladies' Pumps and Oxfords Men's Oxfords BEE HIVE 5TH STREET. Additional REBEKAHS TO ENTERTAIN. Splendid Program it Arranged For So cial Gathering Ft iday. The members of Kh.abeth ttebekah lodge No. i',, i. i. ii. i-". will entertain at a concert, luncheon and dancing part) in the Calumet dd i 'eiio ,v hall on l-Tidny eveinn. . There will be aa Intereetlnff eonceri followed bj rofro!i tnenta, after vvhl- Il ilulldnfl will I"' eit joyed The Lourhira orchetra vv!i, render nnal f . tii. o aaion. The charge fiMT admlanion will be aunt Ina I. The concert program la aa folio era: Piano solo, liai l.. Harris. Veen gaaa, Btha I TraJhstt Dtatoguc, "A Pain in tin- Side." Vol ai polo, h i t rude lotn a. Recite tii ii. Hati kc Roynoldi . I 'net , i aa i i h i mpion. Declaration nf Independence, Myrtle Kelly. Vocal sol.,. Bthel Mdi. I hill b) t Wen : v - four Kilis. Veen! aolo, Lillian Vivian. Plana die i. Kate and Sarah Julius. Dialogue, "The Long Lost Nephew." GETS FINE APPOINTMENT. The many Calumet frlenda of !; n Servoss, one of the veteran ratlwa) mail i lerka in thl i territor) . ha nn been oil I he l ie font 1 nilum t t Mackinaw iMtj fT a period of nu n than twent) yeara, win be pleaaad I C0PFTTE IS AFRAID TO GO HOME IN THE DARK, 'hlcago, Ma) IS, Alum: aboni la or 1 1 rub-, i he more -Mi phone ri " k at nil-lit. as a general it ah si r-;- ant at the Kill- I poliee station ItlltS a tele eiver to his ear and CgJhi out : ' Well, well?" "iSvealn,' aergean! :thl Uli. Mars OConnell peaking. Can send me a policeman to take nn hop i " And the ereant does. "I'ettiiinly I'm afraM I" home in th- dark. ' slu- dei lares when she is twitted about her nightly demand far an escort, 'i barn ii right to be afraid to y,, gaena in the dark, .rust because Ini ii policewoman I don't fffg up the pflvUgaja uf my sex, dn I ' fvg not the BagN riaht nn any other art m in to demand a pole Mj pg. curt, and I'm K'!na to atantl up for mv rl.-hiB." She n:yn Bha never carrion n revolv er it mtffci nfa eflL" She and p..- Ileewoman Mnry Maty ate detalfH to railroad .tatlon to protect lonely frhl and children. AT FAIR AND REASONABLE PRICES It makes no diffefnce what price you pay for a pair of Shoes here, you arc assured of the best possible quality conr. stent wi'.S the pr.ee you pay. Every pair wc sell must be found worthy or v.c wili not han dle it. 1 1.78 t0 0 1.00 83.00 85.00 SHOE STORE :orei JMET. o CALUMET. Local News lade his appointment aa superintend enl ot tin- tannine parcel pest rvl at Qrand Rap Ida, Although the re grei tic- fact Calumet is to lone Hi Servo.-s as a resident, t h y feel the ins appointment to thla reaponaiblc po . it ion is v . ii unrin d, ARTHUR GRIBBLt: HONORED. Arthur t. Qrteble, al Cniumet. wb w I i .male .1 m e j : ,IM h,- ChU ug 1 ollcge of Denta Bunjery, has bat appointed an matru tor bj the fjtcult and pl'ohabl will accepl the poaltli temporarily. .Mr. (lrlhble ha-: 1,,-c i and rueater of the - ill ige chapter . Hi-- licita Btgmg n. it.i rraternit) a i rceentl at bang t t.. the facultj of w hi. h he was toOi I mat t.-r. h- .: praaented with a gold chain and rratet nit.v ahlehf in recognition of his ser v n aa to the or tanfaratli u. , iTM ' I : M KKTlNi ;s ii' BOARD OP HBVIBW CALL7MBT T' rWNSHIP. Notice is hereby given to all petrous liable to assessment taxes in Hie ftowi nip of Calumet CAoanty of Hottghtai, Stale of Michigan, that th tBBoeetnenl rati of ggld lownahip as prepared bj tag phderalgaed win hg BUbJeel i inspection ,u the Townsbiti Clarh'a office In enid lownahtn on Maa da) and Tuesday, June s and I, i:i), at vvhii h place .ind on i-aeh of said davs agld board of review will be in BesBton beginning at :i cctoeli in tin- forenoon of each da. until .". o'eloek in the afternoon, and upon rettueel of any pemah who la ttateaaed on said nH& or of ids agent, ami on luflUieni envaa being shown s inl board of revb w will correci the Raaeaanaani as to aajeh piepiity iii su. h manner as win in their hrdggneni nmha the valuation thereof retettvety just and aojnal, sueh ass, s-m. nt roll, as r- vie ved ami gN proved by said bond of revic.v, shall be the assessment roll ,,f gold town ship for t he year Itll, .fames MacNaagtrton Bvper visor of aatd townghltx Hated May Iii IM4, Advertisement. c.c W. THURTELL The OPTOMETRIST Rai returne net and haa Mi offlep in HEPMAN RLOCK, Fifth Street. II. urs 1 to r, nd 7 to s p. rn. Kyet thoroughly ami Bclentlllcally exnmin- "' " 1 ' 1 made t f.t All worV ESTABLISHED 1880. Paine, Webber & Co. BOSTON, MASS. BANKERS AND BROKERS Pcston, Mass., May 28. TSere wai nothing to the market teday Pr rc ; held vaoM but showed no ditpocit.on to rtlv.ince further. Poll . . i iij factor in the market and will be for some time The Peril b-.nk failure was also responsible lor some foreign sellin j Th )l iy mints declared their regular dividends but without ef foal an priaaa. Next week should show son-..: results from the media -t.on meeting and market ahot.lH bo moic active. MEMBERS: New York Stock Exchange Boston Stock Exchange Chicago Board of Trado J. A. MINNEAR & GO. BROKERS CALUMET, MICH. LAURIUM, MICH. MARKETS AT A GLANCE. THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1914. FRACTIONAL LOSSES RECORDED TODAY. REGULAR DIVIDENDS DECLARED ON UTAH COPPER. CONSOLIDATED. NEVADA CON. AND CHINO. IN THE CASE OF UTAH COPPfcR IT S DISAPPONITING. INCREASE IN SOME QUARTERS WAS EXPECTED. Salt Lake, Cobalt and Tonopah Stocks Quoted Constantly ( CLASSIFIED ADS j WANTED. I CENTS A POUND paid for clean cotton raga. No scrap!'. Calunni '. w s i nice. -tf HELP WANTED. WANTEB -Plrat-daae horaeahoer. Ap ply j...-. ii licit, Qaceola St. liur lum. tf w.wtkii Carpenters, I good flniali its to go to Crystal I'aiis. Michigan, Iter man Oundlach, Houghton. HELP WANTED FEMALE. WANTED -otrl for general housework 108 Piae St., faiumet. tl w ANTED (Tomnetenl girt 1 wages, Apply ill Woodland Ave. tl WANTED Olrl lor Btore work. I r -quire News office. Vi FOR RENT. OH RENT Ptornlahed room. App "II" New s Ollll e. -: FOR SALE. FOR BALE Ver) reaaonahle, modern ll -rooin lions, on Huohell ave. Snit able for roomera or a home. Vut par ticulars, aped) Airs. .i. W, Ralney, 111 Hnbbell Ave.. Cast Boughtoa. Phone Mg-R tf FOR SAI.l Good i k stove. Barm coal or w i. At a bargain. --' Hecia si., Laurlaaa M r'OUND. Cil Nl On M;i Ilrd, in the lobby "I the Merchnnta A Minora bank, n mall sum of mones . oooooooooooooooooooo o TRY A o U O 0 0 o NEWS WANT AD; n oooonoooooooooooooov Ready Money at Hand in Time of Fire ar jw1 r"W3v Do you Id your bust ncss no un protected Keep it civ crcd y in surnnce. "No use to ock the stable after the ho: se is gone." Don't put off getting your Fire Insurance. I .! us call and sh iw you how a little money annually gives you thousands in protection and ready money in case of fire. Fauceti Bros. & Guck Insurance Agency. CA..UMET LAURIUM "aVria Aaasa. anf-k1. . .vrw a.. jmawaTLw' ' I W. L. STANNAKD Resident Manager. RAY And Deposited With this strong bank regularly means not only interest added to the amount, but a fund fro n which expenses can be paid later for. Education, Travel, Business or Adversity. Money never outgrows its use fulness, so keep saving and do positing it with this bank. Calumet State Bank Notice of Dividend v i ,i I MET AND ARfSONA M1NINU COMPANY has declared dividend of ONE i LL K 4ND TWKNTT-FIVB ccnts (14l shari', payable June .'.'nd, 1114, to stockholders of record at the etoee of the booha lam Hh, 1114. TKANSCIMt BOOK! close at the dose of bueineea June .'.th. IIU and re-open at the npenlng of bual ntgt. Jum llth, ill I, jORDON R. CAMPBELL. Secretary. Notice of Dividend BUPBRIOH ami I'l l "I 'SBURfl C IPPKR C. iMI'ANY has d- I a red a livloend of THIIUry-BUClHT CNTfl (3Se) a share, payable June JL'nd, 1114 to stiK Uholilers of record al the close of the DOOhl if I he corporal n June ,".th. ltd h TRANSFER bXXml clOM al ttw eliisii of l.usiness June .Itll. Il'll. nnd re open at the opening f h"si- gaaa fane llthi 111 i. GORDON R. CAMPBELL, Secretary N. R. BIANCHI WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER Our specialty Coppt- Queen high grade whiskey. CALUMET. MICH. Phone 549 612 Oak St DR. 0. H. SORSEN I DENTIST. Calumet Over Metropolitan Phar- j macy Oak St., Phone 553-M Office hours 9-12; 1:30-5 p. m MICHIGAN COLLEGE OP MINES P W. McNalr, President Far Year Book Apply to Preident or Secretary, HOUGHTON, MICHIGAN. J '' i''ni ! Telephone f,r,7-n.