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STOCKS L BOSTON STOCKS. (Furnished by Paine, Webber A Co.) AmalKamated 71 7:' Alaska ITU 27 Al mure 1 m I Haunt tf4 n Atvadiun Ml M Ariz-am riitsii i t lul 4i 4 Alum-elc -7 275 Butte & Balk 2Mi 2 Copper Banga IH Calmed A ii. 'ii.t ;t;:4 Mkj Calumet & Heda 410 415 Centennial Mt I"1 Ual West 1 2 jMri Bjatte n 11 I i .uiUlin 4 'is Ml (Sr:uily R2 (',( ti- Qumm 8814 :t;rv HjUMotjh 14 Indiana 4 4 inspiration W l"' lata Boyaic MH 21 Keweenaw 6M. 4 Lake Copper fl'-a Ml Il kUJe 4', III Mums ''t Miami 21 - tSU Mohawk 4:!' 4a Max BoWef 4 1 4- North Lake tta 14 Nevada Consul 14a t ed u'j 14ff North Btttte 814J 88 old Dominion M 4;. Oeceola vr. 77 ( ild Cl loiiy 4' (Jju in v "-7 88 Ra) 1 toneeiidated 21 -'i '. Ropei lor gj 1 ;. stoa 2 Superior 89 t9H Shannon Ml lf Shalt in k 24' 2 18 Tamarack 'M IP'.'-a Vi. torte t Mi Winona ;i Ml Wolv rtne 4elj tin CURB STOCKS. J. A Minneur g Co, say today: Market! arere beav) all da) though the losses era only fractional There arai further aalllna from abroad and 82.6 9,999 mo:, old was export t. Tha Missouri Pacific matters according to lata reports lias been aatlafactoril) ad justed. Copper axporta foi Ifaj were :11.04s tons as pom pared with 88,841 a year ago aad 14,778 tons m April. Keweenaw Copper sold assessment paid and advanced the full amount of the aaaeeanaent Qoldfiald earnings for A 1 l il were $1. ".0.000. (J. A. Minnear &. Co ) Algoaaab I Bohemia l' Braden 7 7 ltrit. Ca) i It. A. Seott Unite .Xi Um 4 '"actus '. 0 1 ' IS s 1 .4: .03 Calavaraa Cat Mont. Cons. 'op. M C c t'al. & Son Corbtn Copper iais Daly Dean 1 :, M Jggg .... Mi Mi ..' M .I'MX .so ,M ,7o .7." S s; j 8 ' L :i H 4 mi i?i 9 r.'i 1 - :, r.-i JJ 48 J99 M Mi 2 7 7 ) w m 1 1 1 ax .... 2 M M .''.o 1 Ml ,41 6 Vis 1T4 1 . 1 : ton i "op. . . . w aena a .... s. i m Keyatone 11. K I. Ni Nil iislne; . . . N rar Unltie . . New Cornelia Ohio QJHjway t tne o Yukon !onlagaa South I-ike . So. V. .Miami IP, A Itostol Tuolumne . . . Union Land . r. Verde Kxt. Warren W'ol. 1 Ariz. CRITICISM MISDIRECTED. Township Road With.n it- fen lag ' a appeared in Th Forces Are Doing Their Power. Ad coramunical w liich B NeWs recently in iii h 1 rlticlam nraa aaadp of the condi tion of some of the roads In the town sinp. Township Clerk Oeorgi Martiii today railed attention to aeveml facta Win- li have a direct lienllriK OH the ait uatton, whi. h the public ganarall) la not pverty familiar with. Mr. Martin cited the provision oi t In state jaw whi h makes it neceaaary for the townafaip to atop road repair work n the first an) of October, and point ed out that thia Pt "-, i ion had much to do with th r..ad-; complained f in the communication, for up to Oct, 1 when work was stopped last fall, Over aaar Bur till had force of men an gaged in Improving the Lake Lindea load After that dale, there was al most three months of trae! over t In roads of the township without anv re pairs beiAg made, up to the time winter .set In Inasmuch dh matters of sanitation coma tii t. Over aeer BurrM and tin township road for a have been eni aged in cleaning Up Centennial He.Kl.ts. Florida, Copptl City and other loca tions practical! an aprlng and aariy iat .vi ak bad this work advanced to point win-re it v is pQBflbli to resume work afl the Lake Linden road, arhich win be placed lu good condition forth with There ari thirty-Neven milr-t of road r MICHIGAN COLL KG K OF MINES F W. McNalr, President r Year Book Apply to President or Secretary, HOUGHTON, MICHIGAN. J AND STOCKS i i alum t low n ihip ,tir .iiul the money t this puepoee also MM "f Iho iiiiiuial lu le kepi in i - lalscd .innuaib . overtng ii- m i-.hi- up. is only jr.. nil", so a is apparent the afreets iiuiiiot ba ki pt :si perfect condition. Relative lu the reference to the Cen tennial road .111.I Um lV11tfi1111.il koom tn k, Mr. Martin intimated that tin- OMMli reed eotaatJaaiea is ran bsaaptatinn takjag over a Bdfithni of thin road and making thorough ra pan.- Um agpeaaltture for whlok arould Impoae a iiiu burden on the taxpayer! of the townahip if dona under lownshli auspices. New Baltic. New Battle will, when tin- market aaaaaa propitious, sell .. amaU auantltj of (is atOCh now in Id in the treasury ''K shires. Th s win he aeeaaaarjf batore aauefc arork can be don.', as u onl has 11,848 on hand. It it und-r- stood that the dlrectore. arltb ao mm h stock MM issued atnl the prospeit .! the New Arcadian looking ao bright oni) a short dtatanca avayi prefer i" sell as slated ahove. ratln'r than call :ni aaaaaagaaat, Then arhaa the ground on the New Arcadian grtvea near the boundary favorable ladh ttlena of arhal is beyond, trenching w ill ba started. CAPTAIN KENDALL'S 'STORY OF THE EMPRESS DISASTER Contmaed From Firtt Page. had made. He then backed away. Tl ship began to till and listed over raj uiiy. w nan n- atruca me 1 naa mop ped m ana nee 1 then rang full speed ahead again arhan I saw th danger was ao yte.n. with the ottjec oi running her on shore to aava pas aengera and ship. Almost immediate I) the angtaea atoppad, the ship mi in' ;ind going OVef all the time gal l had in the Meantime given or ders to gat 1 ha lifeboat 1 launched. 1 rushed atom tha atarboard side of tha heal deck and threw :iii the grlpea Ut of Nos I. 8, ". and 7 bogta; then 1 he bridge agah where i nglneer ruahlng along 1 told him to tell the 1 went back t I saw the 1 tiif to the bridge, v. Ireleaa operati to send out distress aignala, He told me thai this had been done. 1 said: t3el the boats out as quickly as poaafMe.' That was the last I saw of the chief ofth ar, 'Then in about thret t.. tlve min utes after that, the ship turned over and fouadered. I araa shot into the liver myaetf from the bridge and tak en down with the auction. The next tiling I remember was mining a piece of grating. How long ? was on it 1 do not know, btti 1 heard some men shout from I lifeboat 'There 1b the captain ! V t us aava him.' 'They not to me and pulled me in the boat. The boat already had ahut :to people in it. I did my beM with the pe. pie in the boat to assist in savin- others. We pulled around and picked up N or mote In the boat and also put about ten around the side In the water with roj es around their w lists hanging on. Baaing that we could not p. ssiiMy save any more we pulled to the Btoratad, irltteh was then about a mil. tnd a half a Way, I then Rot all these people put on hoard the Btoratad and b-ft her with six of the crew and went baek and tried to save more. Whi 11 we got there everybody" h oi -on., down. W searched around uni could n ' tee anybody, so then we returned to the Btontad, "Then was t!o panic," Captain Ken dall said. I bad fall control of the erew and they fought to the end. Ev erybody behaved splendidly, four boats were launched. These were tha four on whi. h 1 looeened the Kripes-. As the ship Bank and the water rose I bene boats floated away. The people who wet.- s ,., ,v , t-,. saved by the lanpr s-s' boats and by the Wreckage. Tin- Btoratad captain had launched three or four oi hia boatfl and he pull ed around and look people off the errechage, Re did not Ret many. T passed n couple of his boats anil ho only had three people in each." ROYAL COMMISSION WILL MAKE SEARCHING INQUIRY Contimed From First Page. he had left his home in Mrantford. I 'nl w her., th. ) had lived for the last aeven years, to visit then- home at k. ghtly, Yorkshire, BnaV The mother went down with the ship, white the f.ther, after dee pern ta straggloi managed to save bis son, Herbert, and ' in I If lie was injured when the ex plosion occurred and with his head swathed in ba ndasea and bowed with grief, he .,.1! a disc, insulate figure nt his son s side. The boy is about 17 eara old, Oof) twenty tWG women and two children of the many who boarded th.- steamer at Montreal and Quebec appeni 1 .. hai a been aaved. 'lie little mil. Hi li -i o'Har.i. swam until she was picked up. as also did Miss Thompson from New Bee land. Couple's Haopy Reunion. one woman. Mis. (iieenawav. a bride of a week, was separated from her btaabead ami though! she gad bag him, bin Hie two bad a happy reunion later at Blnwuakl. Probgaiy the chief eauae of confu sion on the steamer after tin- impact was the fan that the water, rushinv into the enKlne room and II linK the dytiamoa, threw the ship into pompkne garkneaa, Tin- trui.'Kies of the terri fied passengers to BOQaga .an ! im avlned. one of the first steps taken at Itl moiiski w as the establishment of a regular beat h p itioi t,, prevent looting CAI IIMFT WINS W M W M w w m v OPENING GAME Independent Teams Play for Char ity at the Laurium Park The Catenae! ami faiurlum teams, phayiag for the bene tit of the Cakmaal lated Chartttm before a crowd of 199 f ins in th.- Laurium drivtas p. nk vest. nl. iv .1 teitioon. opened the aoaaon oi the Houghton County lade pend. -nt baseball IcaKUe auspiciously. Cslunaei won throusrh heavy bittiag and sharp tu Idiu. the tinal score be ing 1.' to . The name waa a firm class exhllution ot the national pas- lime and stamps the new leuuuo as .me of the tastesi independent otrgan iz.itiotis in the hietory of the upper peninsula. The qualify of bail com pare very favorably with that pro vided in the old professional da.vs. Calomel started QUI with a rush, getting after Thomas, who started on the mound for I.autium. with a ven geance. The latter also was wild, pa Balta three hatters ami bitting one. and i l ot s bv his (. animates also proved roetty. Altogether, six runs WON piled up before Thomas was derrlcked and Munch substituted. The Intel allowed two mote tuns in this Inning; alno two in the aacond and two in the third Inninga, hut after that h. Battled dOWg and pitched soh mli.l '. ill, holding Calumet score l.s. through the last six Innings. I.anri'im was powerless before 1'at- nna aplendid pttchtag through the Mst six inninga, but in the seventh Q cache relieved "Chubb" and two hits, a bad miss bv fa BOOB ami wBd heave t drat, gave Laurium three Mins. Laurium added another run in the eighth, but the Calumet lead was loo a real to overcome. If the new laagllfi continues to pro v ..! the same otnta of ball that was gtveg in the opener, there is no .pifs tioti bill that the teams will lllal.e .1 great hit with the fans. The Portage team wBJ coma to Chlumel to meet the locala next Sun day afternoon, ami another good game is in proapet t for the fnna win have an opportunity to see such well known players as Kogan, Btack, Kai ser ami others in action. Th. detailed score of yesterday's gaaae follows: Calumet Tornqulat, Bavftmi, 1 N'edeail, c ATI It II I'o 1 1 0 0 Paacoe, m urphy Shaer. Stevens :tb. if. If. cf. 1 1 Chrletensnn, lb. b. . :t l: 1 : Mi rgenaon, I Andrews. Jo Daton, p. . tiVsche, p. o 0 0 3 12 10 0 0 0 8 Totals .. Laurium Hompf. If. . .42 12 ADR .1 I 7 84 11 tl POA 000 I raae, 2b . . I 1 :t I 1 1 Meeenor, ss. Peterson, I to. Oipp, rib ... Chaille, c .. rth. cf. ... Ifacklln, rf.. Ni. bolai. If. Thomas, p. Munch, D. . if. li il ut, p. . Totals If I 1 1 Score by inninrts l. Calumet 134 U Lrfturlum 0 a a 0 0 n 3 1 0 4 Summary First base on errors. CUI timel uturlum . Rarned runs ilumet 2 : Lauiium 2. Two-base hitH I lerenaon Bhaa HK r. Tornuuist and h pitched ball Munch I, Struck by fjeeebe, li by 1 'hrlstenaon. '.v Thomas. l o't By Baton bj beat I tubers. There were still eral hundred bodies to be recovered i rum 1 1 waters of the St. Lawrence. How Irving Died. abbot! of Toronto told the ate w Laurence Irving died trying his wife. AtohoM was the la t Bee In ing alh a, i v B, rj ..f h, to save man to 1 tt! 1 him lirst in the peaaageway," Bald, and he said calmly. Is Hie I ''.illi; down'." i said II looked like It. 'Peary.' Irving said to bb- artfe, 'hurry, There is no time to kma,' "Mrs. irvinv began to cry, and aa the Ut tor leached fOT a lif-- belt the boat Buddenkj lurched ami he waa thrown Bgalaal the door af his cabin. His f.o hma hi iy ami Mrs. Irving became frantic, ""Keep cool,' he warned her, but she aerahrted In holding her arm around him. IP- fori ad the life belt ov ST b- r ami pnahed her out of the do. r. Ha ih 11 practical!) oairied her apstalra, I Baked if I COUld help and Irving said, "Look after youroelf firal old man, but Cod bless you aM the same.'" Clasped m Each Other's Arms. Abbott -aid he I. ft the tw .. man and Wife. BtrUgffWgg. Abbott got on ie. ! an i dived overboard. He cauwht hold of a piece of timber and then looked around. Irvin.- by thia lime was on the deck. H was kiaalns his wife. ,s II bit. went down they were both lasped 111 eat h othei's arms. M A, Darling, n survivor here, ' - ol by a life belt that mlulit have raved Sir Henrj Betoniatarr, viv 1 abln was opposite sir Henry'd," said Dm Ing. and when 1 opened my door we jumped into each other in tin p i.-'.-ancwav . He had a life belt and he offered it to me. I refused It, bul In- said. 'Good man, take it and I vv II ret another.' 1 toti him to nave him self bul he roi angrj and actually toped the bell over mi. He th-n hur ried dm along the corridor to the door, Apparent!) he went hark for an belt, but a moment or two after h i t 1 me the ship went down. I p.. I ' d up." I her had Was T I he value Checfelook , Pay your bills by check and have a check on your bills A rheck book helps you to save. It enables yoi: to take instant advan tage of an opportunity to buy without carrying a cc.m of money contin ually in your pocket the money is in this bank earning interest. t gives you a standing amongst your fellows and is the first step on the road to fortune. Come In and let us rjive check First National A thousand iniirht not live hundred thousand. More tlniii a half million huyen have picket! the Ford bftCBUBB its all 'round serviceability, its low cost tt upkeep. The lord has made ood. I'ive bundi runabout ; dollars i " tourini n fifty ut. villi equip Calumet GaragcCo- Iwaeeeaera to McCLURE'S GARAGE Phone 20 Calumet, North 7th St. Munch :. Ij off Qt Hunch 1. Laurium Bane on balls 1 it li.it on. KM be. 1 ; off Thomas, 8; Lgfl on bases Calumet, s. i nipiie Blncaok. C. & H. LEAGUE. Ter Cnlumei Heels Lake Linden . Ahmeetj Portaae Standi ngi W. .;c.7 .t;t!7 Hub II Calumet Beat-, Hecle. Th C. 1 hum h BRll ill team if the 1 1 ne tied I v letorj , bv th. r 1lr.--t place bj r Um e. b core of 7 in :: virtue of a team Hoturt The score bl inninai roliowgi 1: ii R . . 1 o 1 1 a 11 11 0 0 :: t a lb ilumet 1 1 01 001 1 X 7 s t; BatterkM -Aim. Laraon and Nadeau; lev ami OhaiBe, Umpire, Bincock, Lakes Defeat Portage. Lake Linden baseball team won Th from the Portafe b nn In the game played Saturday gftt 1 1 oon b the 1 core of 1 to 8. This irietut bringa the Lake l inden team t0 a tie ;th CnlUHH 1 and He: in f.,i first idApa in th league race. ti s 1 ..re by inatngit foiiowai R n R fortage ti i 001,001 . ;i Lakes .' (1 n n 0 11 0 ( 4 n Rattei lei M Iter, 1 tub Ite and Bfag iht; I'arks a nd ; li ri r, 1 rmptre Hi : an, Ahmcck Si ...t Bmitk of liubtw il ail. hiis and shut out A htm -, -la. veil Sat ill day at Ahm score was 8 to 0. Tti i one of the nio: t in! teat I son, Poliowln'i la 1 1 Oi't. veil btti foul '. in 1 i'.' gapit ok. Th.. finn xftiititlun wm of by tro s.i- inttUIKS : . : 11 B o 4 A hmeek ti no e 11 11 n a u HubtM II 0 : 0 10 o n 0 a Batterke Hoar ami Mi, Bniii h ami tiiv or. 11 ha. funa sale, $r Katl Chop, the d en laemt nt, and 80 suits f,,r $i'd. tailor. if C0RDW00D MORRISON ESTATE 4 6 KATHLYN 1 1 PART mm; ROYAL THEATER Tuesday, June 2 MATINEE 2:30 and 4 book today. Bank of Calumet he wronir hut th pre iH live . Heir, f the fifty: Ford the alete fCLASSIFIEQ AOS WANTED. :t CBNTB A POUND paid for clean cotton r.as. No aCrapa. Calumet News office. -f HELP WANTED. WANTKR dy jag, lum. -Ft rat -1 libel I , lass bona ( MM eola r. AP- Laur tf WANTED .-'kin maker, .i nn Kadlng, 8th St. Apply Ma- HELP WANTED FEMALE. WANTED Inline dre. is and two Calumet Hotel. d hum irmnid WAiNTED Bxperlenced copk; must speak ami umh island Bngllah tttn guege Ktiafactorily, Mrs. RUaabeth ivian, l'l'I Cottage ae., Houghton. ti LOST. i.' ST 1 nae containing v th tripod ami plate load between C. B H. vv all 'ilumet. Finder return ti receive reward. FOR SALE. l ' SB s ILK Royale Bt Rene Phont lot ion. fl-W. Nt rTICB. mi.lti.vcs nl BtARD i' BBVinW bBCEt 'l. Ti rWVfSHtP: Notice is hereby given to all persons liable to .assessment for (axes In the Townahip of Ooceola. Oeunty of Houghton, Slate or Mlchtgagi that the assessment roll of paid township as prepan-d by tin- anderatgnad win be subject to InapeOtion at the Township BupervlMors office a! Mills. In tow n hip on Monday ami Tueeday .lum v ,,,, i g4 ,, which pi. ne um Hi II on each of said days : ..id board of re view will be in session beginning at 0 o'clock in the forei n of on h day. until .'. o'clock In the after gOOh, and mon raquaai r any person who is as sessed on said toll or nf his agent, ami on ngfUcleni eauae being shown said baWd of review will correct the assi ssment as to such progafty In siirh manner as will in their judg ment make the valualioM thereof rela tiVety Just ami equal gUCk assess ment roR at reviewed and approved by raid board of rev lew. shall be the as sessment roll of mM township for the ear 101 I a. i.. ltrnuAN-. Snii. n or of said township. Date i Mag :4. ion. Adv ei I isement. 6 ESTABLISHED 1880. Paine, Webber & Co. BOSTON, MASS. BANKERS AND BROKERS Boston, June 1. Market sagged slightly all day and at the close selling became more aggressive. The only news for selling was from Niagara where there seems to be a hitch in the mediation proceed Inga due to failure to recognize Carranza. We think market is a sale unless a report from the I. C. C. advancing rates is soon forthcoming. Local coppers showed only fractional changes, Granby slightly stronger. American Sugar and Beet Sugar bcth showed advance on a report that the government would not place sugar on the free list in 191G as they had intended to do. MEMBERS: New York Stock Exchange Boston Stock Exchange Chicago Board of Trade J. A. MINNEAR S CO. BROKERS CALUMET, MICH. LAURIUM, MICH. MARKETS AT A GLANCE. MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1914. TENDENCY WAS LOWER TODAY. THE CLOSING WAS AT LOWEST OF DAY. COPPER EXPORTS SLIGHTLY LOWER. KFWEENAW ASSESSMENT PAID TODAY. VERY GOOD DEMAND FOR SOUTH LAKE. Salt Lake, Coba.lt and Tonopah Stocks Quoted Constantly Notice of Dividend CALUMET AND ARIZONA minimi COMPANY baa declared a dividend of ONB HOLLAR AND TWENTY-FIVE CBNTB (11.11) a Bhare, payable June 88nd, If 14, in stockholders of record at the (lose Of the books June ;,h, 1 1 It. FRAN8PER BOOKS clone al the close of business Juno .Mil, 1014, anil re-open at the opening of busi ness. June 18th, 1014. 30RDON R. CAMPBELL, Secretary. Notice of Dividend SUPERIOR AND PITTSBURG CdPPRB COMPANY baa declared a A v taend of THIRTY-BIGHT I BJfTS (3S. ) a shire, payable June jL'nd, lull to stockholders of retotd at the close of the book 'if the corporal on June .Mb. 101 I. TRANSFER i:uKS close at the close of business Julio .".th. 1011, and re-open at the opening of busi ness June I.Mh, 1011. GORDON R. CAMPBELL, Secretary. Rendy Money at Hand in Time cf Firo Do you let your b u ai ' ness go un protected ? Keep it cov ered hy in aurance. "No use to ock I h a b- iitler the ho; si- is pone." Don't put off getting your Flra Insurance. Let us call and show you how a little motiery annually gives you thousands in protection 'and ready money in casr of fire. Fauceti Bros. & Guck Insurance Agency. CA..UMET LAURIUM ioo is,.- IT A I : 'SJ i rv'v tit i li is iVHaw sbi. W L W. L. STANNAKD Resident Manager. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT. j Mar. if., M Apr. 18, t. 7 May t, II. is. 88, June 1, H. Defaull having been made in the j conditions of a certain mortgage made bv . I. iiii.-s Wibox ami his wife Mary j Wilcox, of Ontonagon, Michigan, Mary Penhall and Blhtabeth Ball, of Calumet, Michigan, Helra of tin- Ra. late of Mary WilCOX, deceased, to The Northern Mb hlgan Building and Loan Association, of Hancock, Michigan, dated the 10th day of September A. I). 1011, ami recorded the 8fth day of i si nber a. i . r.u l. in Liber ! I .r Mortgagee, at page 164, in the office ..f the Regie ter of Heeds. in ami for Houghton County, Michigan, the Da troll S Northern Michigan Building Loan Association, formerly named I The Northern Michigan KuiiiiitiK ami Loan Aaaot iatK ale ta that the whole amount aecured by said aaortgaga shall become dm- ami payable Immediately. Tin-re is claimed to be due on said mortKUKe, al the dale of this notice, far principal and interest. the sum ' f Twenty-nine Hundred forty-six ami S7-1M Doilara, (88848.8?). NOTICB is HEREBY OtVBM, Thai on the Ilib day of June A. D. 101 I, -t ten o'clock in the forenoon, at ilia front door of the Court House in 'ha Village of Houghton, the property da scribeil in said mortgage vi.: Lot Time CD in Mink "IT of the Village of Hed Jacket, according to the record ed plat thereof of record in the otli f the Reflet er of Deeds in ami for Houghton County, Mlchhtan, will be sold at public rendua to the hagheel bidder. Haled this 12th dUJ ot March A. D. 1011. DETROIT A NORTHERN MICHIGAN BUILDING .v LOAN ASSOCIATION. Mortgage. Hanohette Law ton, Attorneya for Mortgagee, Business Address: Hancock, Michigan, N TIOE i i BTINt is i i ' Bt iARJ H' REVIEW 'AIAJMET Tl rWtNMHIP. Notice is hereby jivell to all persons liable to aeaeaanaen! for taxes in tha Townahip of Calumet, County of Houghton, state of Michigan, that the taaeBBihcnl roll of said township is prepared by the iimlcrsimied will ho BUbJe I to inspection at the ToWOBhlp Clerk'a office In said townahip on Mon day and Tuesday, June P. ami 8, 1014, a! which place and on each of said days aaid board of review will be in session beginning at 0 o'clock in the forenoon Of each day, until 'fi o'clock in the al lei noon, and upon PeQUeel of anv Demon who is assessed on said roll or of his Bgent, and on BUfllcien! cause being shown said hoard of review will correct 'he aaeeaamenl as to auch property in auch gunner as win in their judgment make the valuation thereof relatively just ami equal, such aaeeaamenl roll, as reviewed ami ap proved by said board of review, shall be the assessment roll of said town ship for the year 1014. James MacNaUghtOU Super visor of sai.i townahip. Haled May 88. 1014. Advertisement. (5-6 in I Tha Annual MeetinK of I he Stock- holders of the LU LU M MIMING COMPANY will be held ai the Company's office, In Bo at on, Maaaachuaetta, at i Aahurton IMace. on Tuesday. June 0. 1014, at II o'i lock Ai M.. for the purpose of . boo- . inn Directors for the aneulBg year, and for tha transaction of any other busi- lids Ihh! may btWfUlty come before sm h meeting. QtH ub:k a. i-'LAHC Becretnfa Boaten, May 19, 184.4. Advertlaemenl 88, June 1. s. The annaaf TneetiuK of the Bhare - hold, is of Hie Iike View CetnetelV Association will be held at the 04000 Cstate PJgHdlgg. Monday, June Mb 1011, at S I'. BJt, for the election of due tors and for the transaction ot such Other business as may come be fore the meeting. Btaphea Williams. Bee, A.I vert isement. IS, Ml June ! ADVERTISE IN CALUMET NEWS TRY A NEWS WANT AD.