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THE CALUMET NEWS
FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1914.
RY NORTH BUTTE
Satisfactory Progress in Ore Pro
duction and Development
Thr North Bntte Mining company!
report for tlM SJSSMor esdlttg June
alnsg wiiii the djlvtdcsd lor the aga
tar, htatr.s thin during Ihe naatior lb
utu 1 1 - i i-s were fwli) maintained,
the development hub shown tti". u
than mi exiri tel. The OMUlitioM
aa ii. i I'm .ma i sou loot htvssl
mi' r a most satiafaotog) kind,
Tin- development work for tin iu ir
let aim Hilled to 2,-tJtl Lot, ii ! ; ro
du t ii fur Hi" past three mi. nitii va
I49ttl peuada copper, ttltl2fJji
ounces of oilier and 3 JO. 781 ounces of
I :d. The decrease la oxpuined to ha
duo large!) to en eunteri&g In th.'
Mopes uurln tin- month of Ajtril an I
the ilrst purt of Mav r- of leaner
Krade than that winch had hen . tv
been mined and which following th
usual practice, it wu- defined nevi.
fury to extract uml treat.
The Miner' Trouble.
Th' report conclude B, a.u follow:
Muring UM month of IM an aldi
ti' n il curtailment of , input eras occa
sioned by tho dltllculty mm nu lie
m mlH-i's of the Niagara' union of I S i j r t -
winch resulted in the loss : one ami
ii half days' operating time in June in
addition to tin- milivis' regular holiday
n June 13.
"Thi- i i nii'.iiiv i not m SB wa a
psrtj tu tin- coa trover ay. arhtch is ea
tireiy between the factons of the Min
ers' union. liottl nf these fa tiolls have
emphasized the fa, t thut thev had m
dispute whatever with ativ of the op r
atigg companies in I Lit to. Th re H
reason why tin- dilute abouM inter
fere .n any way with operations and
it id fully xk ted that it will he final-
I; 'tied without involving in any
' inliiK opera',.. i:s in this dis-
Darin the ojairtar additional tsa-
i Intoraoto in the miniaa claims
. I ,n the HutU' east sal- mli. i..l
I l Were ki-i ured."
unuixliio uuoon j
Isle Royale Reaultt Good.
isle iCoyale lias had the two mule
that were bouicht just before the atrike.
traaaaUaa iinrtnriroaail at the tw.-nt-
sixth level of No. : taatl for about
month with yary aaUafactat) roaatba
Jolm It. Stanton, w ho ha been trail
urer of the W'olv.rini, MohaO
Madalfjaa roppot mining lompanb sfo
tnany yeara. baa been ! . retar-
of the;-.. i rj orations to aucoeed the
int. i. PThaedor Hard! IT
.Jam s s. Uunatan, affiliato.l wil l1
Hornblowot iv Wooaa, baa bean loet
ed a dtractor of Wolverine aueceedln
Jm.ii:.. Htaadato who rar.-iy attcadai
no' tints of tin hoard owlni( larmly t
th fact that he ttVOI in tin- w.st
nne vacancy exista in taeh of aa
three Stallion COnpaaieO' dire, torali"
OWtaa to .Mr. lianilev'H death. Tbit
in the Wolverine board will be tilled
next week ar the annual sto. khoi.ierV
meeting. Just who will be. chosen t
tboao vaoaaeiei hai not :. n t illy da
Tamarack to Have New Mill.
ramarack hns bc"un t.. clear off the
yround and excavate foi it.i new re-
Kfiadtaa mill and kftV hln plan; ih it
will it-, n the aaade of tins mine that
are litik' on the .shore and far out Into
Torch lake, it will ba attuated Just
north ot raraafach No. i mill at Hob
b. ii. Th- rettrlndiaa mill will be built
it is thought here win not
i.r :il the results of the ix
i of the tour Smith Lake lodea
rtaincd, unless ihe price of
.opper ahaald rkea to r- ceata, the fig
ure slat . I a win!, ego t the lowest
that would live profit , thJe pr.,tert
Mines Have Bq Output.
The production now, just one year
from the beatnalna if the etrike, July
tit itti. :tt all of th' pro.lu' itiL-mlnes
wiiii po--iiii three exceptiona Is sur
passing the ran pi of that data and
abOUl one-half of I hem ate either ex
celling or e.ualliliL- all of ttMMl pfl -
viotis recurda, Thai laa( utatemaml it
particularly true of Ha CaluBMI A
lie. !,i ami 1 1 a aiibsidia ri . The Catd
nu i i- Mi i r.i is averaging ho far tins
trioniti n.xtpi ions dally. H beajaa t.,
aojaal its itaatoat record ta March and
haa been steadily gaining since. Ii
w:ii be luaajuibered that for auaaa time
before the atrtfe began men aapacfaily
Iramrners wer.- er s. nrie, at th"
ptesent time there I, a CfOVrd e erj.
mornin at evirv mirniur '. .Main's ..f-
ric,. in the dtttrld aeeking work. The
niote aacceaaCttl oompanh i are crowd-
:nir their llstv to ptVO the former em
ploye who ill mam eases nro almost
Wyandot Findi Good Copper.
w.vaii'ioi .. rindlnf that the aroai
drift on the ninth level Just opened ,s
showing copper aii through and that
the east .irlf! whi. Ii has just passed
thrauari a barren width of about Sve
to ! feet hetween two 'allpa" or
faults o rwwlan 1,11 pood i round
nealn The drifts have been enlarged
from a wM'i i ita leal to eitrlu foet
Mad will be still further ealarpod t..
ten feet, in order to i Letter Idoa
of the contents. The eiRhf-foot faee
i f the eastern drift is tBBapasioH In
thf high (. rail" I. ami air.msl in the
center there la a piece . f . oppaf
brck" abavi the elai of mm'- haad
Th present showing . ertalnlv indi
. .ii" that tin.-' No. ti lode will piove
KoikI with depth.
Copper Rmae will. It In thouirht
here, flrolnre about the first of Sep
t ember u dividend of 'Ms pa
NO STOCKS TODAY.
fgarang is the itHtaf at haa
York. Boston, Itiiiuloii and all
important exchanges. IBOdU nr.
Mm k ijuotations ioda
Mmne.ir & Co. 'a Letter.
j a Hmmm x t o. s,u today
The dat elo.ineiit over, Mk-lu in re
paid to the tor, ikii situation w.i ol
sueii a illMiouraKiUK nature that Hi
govt mini; boards of th. prlnci al
ataah esehasgnMi of the UnUad states
Ifojloared tin laad oi the Nov fere
c i hangs ami i iose indefinitely, it w is
probe M) Car Mjt boot, us there mi e)
afs mdlcattea tiiat Germany and Baa
tii will bo cngngtd in war in a v.,v
tea iiouis if they have not abroad:.
.. . irtl .1 01 tuul I' :lu.:i,;. The itrtH cen
sorship on noan in i' th Oermaa) and
P lit iui ed many ' d
previously aptinilstic over the iitu i
tkn to chonaa thnr view. .
FOR THE SCHOOLS
Commissioners of U. P. Counties
Meet in Marquette
s. i'ooi coatun laaioaata from twelvi f
the Afteen . ount n s of the Upper pea ill
sulu met in Mannictte NcM'i.l.iy for
their annual meeting and for a con
ference With i'red 1.. Keeler. of l.all-sin-.
st.ii. super. mend, nt el public in
stitution. Various probhaaaa relative
lo the COndlM t of achOOie were discuss
ed. Mr. Keeler addressed lbs assess-
blage. OMtMaiBd needed SCbjOOl buisla-
tion. The commissionera prnasni wen
Paaald D'Hata Iron Mountain. li k
insufi i oiinty.
iminee Mem mi-
Bee ' ounty.
Peter EL Lags,
t . eat) .
T. it Baaterday
Miss Kva B. I
Saull Bte. Marie
Luce count .
W, t. Cornel i, Manlatiqw
. laft ounty.
s. i . ciinton. Baraga Pa raw ounty.
A K Sterne, ishpeming. MaruUSttS
UlbUB Bath, MoiiKhton. Houi hton
a. C AdalTi RodUaad, Ontonaaoa
ii. nr s vTintera, afoaavrk, Keuree
naw . ount) .
John i Ma.-oti. Crystal Fnl
AU'er. Qatablc and Haekias
ties w . re boI reprt senti .1
A large pari of the time was devot
ed to a duK'usaion of the Ufjfslailiiii
proposed by BupeHntendeni Keeler, ail
of arhich was favored by the cofnaiie-
sinners. Much attention waa given to
th.- subject of rural in...) baltdings,
Usa of the rural buildiliKs in tie-
Mate .re in a deplorable condition and
should in condemned, Mr. KeaJer point
ed out. but BO out has the uuthoritv.
He proposes thai the legislature paaa
a law nr.in to home peaBM or body
lbs bowi i to coadeaaa buildlnaa f thi
eort. aad also t.. paaa upon plana for
new stru tutes
Another proopaad act is the re.iuire
MOBt that every person have at least
alx months d normal school training
befori tea china;. This would prevent
are ttea irom blah s bookt from pro
eeedini to teach without having taken
-I" training; This proposed legis
lation re .red th. Indorsesgent of the
coBamissionera as a body, it is urued
that there !. enacted a law Making
provision for the licensing of teachers
who teach special subjects and who
have bad training In rannfiihsiid laati
tution This aJao is a pata ptoaasted
by Ml. Keeler.
HUERTA CHARTERS A BOAT.
Prepared to Sad for Soamsh Port by
Kingston, Jamaica July n, Qaa,
iiuerta. who arrived her.- July 24, com
I'leie.i ins arrangamenta to sail lor
Baroi n 1 .miay Best, The general
has harti n d the Bldera & Kyif
st- aim i at i. whi. h now is at Port
Union, Coats Rica, out arhich is due i
nrnve here m. Sumbiv ( ari himself
ad his piny oi Mexican refugees di
rect p. a Bpanlah port, probably Ban
Ktterta "aalted awayM 2Q,006 of the
Id, he is rei orted to have taken
when he retired from the nresldeiu-v
f Mexli o
a freakteh boil of ligbtalag eoaa
ph telj .apoi ,i more i ban tanu hun
dred l.-. l .,f the anl.-noae of a I-iimi. 1,
wireleaa telegranh station, then form.
1 a bull which
in a tie i i lean h
bout Oct, I. Thai areuld be the same
s the last di idend a bh Ii was de
lared Just a u if previoua t.. the date
New Arcadian Finds Lode.
New Arcadean beuj fognd 'in. i...ie. in
w ba the sbafl is tocsti d, and which
for tweatrBve fe u hmm n,,. ...... ..
r hearts level .p. . lot -l . anrn. rcial
opper Willi a width oi four feet, to
w iden out lo twelve (.' In i i... nit aasl
1 below the ft ... .r of the level ao
that tb. ton of Hi.. I In . ... i m. ..,,
own even with the iloor. Some cop
per in the f,,rni ,,f f)n. ,art lf,
me! with disseminated Ihn.uuhout the
lode. n than has been a marked
caaage foi the better In the , Karactar
of rbe lode With depth and as the nip-
per h.-" beaems more abundant, at aa
thought thai here s more than an
even chance thnt farther down the lode
MB develop .-, ont Inuance of paying
TOK O S REFORM
PARTY IN POWER
Organization Known as City's
"Tammany" Is Overthrown
Tokto. Jul) SI. The politieal ma
eiilne which fur ten years, las domi-
anted mum I pal tovoramoni in Tuk0 I
o is a an I hcd b) Hie iff.. rim rs at1
: .1.: RitMia Ipal ataeiiono, Su ncr-
k u auis th reverse laai ihs oruitnhak
1 "'ii. abich v aa knows as the Tokiwa-
j . a and M hi h has been . allod ' I' -k.o
I Thnfasnny.' haa be. n dleeolved aito
fJbo cd :o., rt:u:cnt par; regards
be aecrthrou of tsa 6rgHnisatiun,'ai
I n ; i t ir'i aad isdiostlve of tin
cnerjai reform movejatasi which it
swtcf.in over Japan !n al! bftincbjnt of1
political l.fe. Vof the UMt tOB leaf)
I ..1 f. Bgbt lo eliminate lbs Tu'.!.
.vai.a. inaj. rit In the muni' Ipal Mb
Bsably, but each tuncessiM- attassg
DsOi arith failure, until this yinr the
lave not oSB) removed the objection'
aide majority, bat also defeated ita
leader, s. sforilubo, in whom th. saw
all of the party'i corrupt km person;.
Bad The ckargea arere similar t.
those which have characterised s.
MSSy muni, ipal upheavals in Am n
a bartSfU patmnatre. c. rruptioti in
tsa dtatributioa of cassascta tor public
W' i kg and general irasjL
The sm res-: tins year ems due lame
ly to the younger eaaaaeat, argleji was
organized into an aitti ni.u huie body.
Public ineeln.Ks wi re held ai d alim .-
sverj aseana of political publicity util
ized to arouse the eaten of the ur-eii-c
of good government. The election
continued for tine., days, at the end of
which tbe reformists ban captured ail
but L'l of tin- 7.". .-oats in the SSMSlbty.
Morikubo. the ousted b ad. r. tin n upon
isvited his fellow victims t.. a meeting
at which it was voted to dissolve the
ass. i :a!i. R,
Now Look for Greater Power.
The neat oraanisAtlon noai in power
is known as the Municipal i o . erntm 'it
club They are not COntSSI with re
formitm mi inlelpal politics aloaa, how
ever, and have alread.v begun a r-
oua campaign to establish themselves
in the National lions.. (,f Representa
tive, where the S. iyukai. or Conserve
ttVa party will be the object ,,f it:: at
tack. The Betyukai baa a large ma
jority in the I lift, and sin e it was
Uaked with tin- now defeated Toklwa
kai. it appears to b, in danger of leatsi
Tin- preeepl Okuma cabinet is back
ed by grospa boatile t.. the Sciyukai.
If ui able to carr) through his program
iii the face .,f an opposing majority,
Count nk'.iina would be likely to dis
solve the Diet and ;:lve the people an
opportunity t.. register their will at
Roe en tion.
An latereeting pbaaa ..f the sadtrage
quest Ion was seen in the reoeni muni-
I ipal eleetions. The suniage is Vary
I. -til. toil, there bein three .kisses of
voters. cbisaiBed according to the
amount ..f tax they pay,
Takiag the .ity as a wbole gbOUl ..lie
householder In thirteen haa a vote.
Ka ii trade of voters electa 25 aaaaas
Mysaen. Th.- voters ,,f the arm grade
number eady Lit?, The aei ond rata
gorj baa t,lM electora Tbe greal ma
jority ..f voters, namely, ll.sta, out of
the total of 17.171. are found iii th..
third grade, To ba qualified for tins
grade the citiaea must paj a basal tax
' pur an imperial tax to th.. asaoasl
"t . yes yearly.
i ne eie.tion .,f the assein b men of
the thud grade was regarded as most
toeelj . tprei ls the popular win. in
ev. rv street leading t.. tsa voting
bOOth the candidate.-, had cstal.li.-hed
committee rooms where there was a
good ocii of amok tag ami talking. Kor-
im ily lea and refreshments were at the
disposal of the thirsty of hungry voter,
but toda) the goVersmesl foilowisg
the Idea.-, of the West, permits only
moral auealon. The voter ai,i.i.,..,.l...,l
" I''- Off r the eie. tion hall.
lave his nam. ami address ami was
supplied vv lth a ballot. Another off
' ia die. ke.l ami Stamped the ballot.
The voter then passe, upstairs to the
Voting loom. where his ballot was
1 "i up' rvlaed, Plaall) he arrets the
name of his candidal.- and haadad over
all ballot to the otlleials.
PLAN TO BRING SUNDAY
SCHOOL LEAGUE TO ENO
SPECIAL SERIES OF GAMES BE
TWEEN FOUR REMAINING
It: vli vv of the unsat Isfact ..rv aasaOS
of the Sunday BchOOi Itaseball le.iKue,
I nea plan has been wuggested to brlmt
tin Hsaaoa to a close ami to determine
the cbaMpionahfp of the Calumet-
Tot.b Luke district so that th win
ner mav meet lb, winner of the Port"
age Lake-Soulh ltnnge dlslrb t for the
. nasi v . haaaplooehlp,
The lea ue now has a renl number
of postponed cames, other enraite
melila huvlua prevented the leam
from carrying .nil their schedules.
Tln n the Tamarack Mills and later the
BSBpthM tennis dropped out of the
league and Tamar.o k Mills was read
mitted, but attempted to plav two In
eligible n'.nxers Htid therefote forfeit-
ed K.'imes resulted. .
Now th plan has been ofTerpd ami
bjaj met with the approval of the Cslu
mrt .M. K.. LSSrlSM M. B. SSd I'resbv -baring
school.-! that the four teams re
mlnlig pbap aaaabal aeries, two
rnme with a Var other team to de
termine tho chnmplonshlp nf thl aec
tlen. The following schedule hat be n ten-
eT 7a - Z Z 'f
i h r
may be watching you
A burrpar may have watched you hide that
money. You may lose it Put it in this bank,
where it will be safe in Our burglar and fire
proof vaults and from which you can with
draw it AT ANY TIME on demand. All your
neighbors do true. Why not you
tatlvei) arranged :
Calutnel H, K. -At
A.i- usl 5 . I auiiuM,
Preeb toriana, a gguai
Lakes Al Calumel
I ..ml. n.
12; Liiurium Auguel ti
inns, Augu: t v.
Presb) ter. alls Al '
August 37, Lake An ual
ium AttgUSi I:'.
.m. Cai.cs -Al Calumel M
It; Lake. August t ami l'l
AKMEEK VILLAGE MAY GET
WATER AT ALLQUEZ MILL
INSTALLATION 07 FUMPING STA
TION IS PROPOSED
After a fruitless
res tor two
years, offii labj ,,f Ahmet
Hove they have Imat.d
; Village b. -an
water BBPpl) iii u spring, situated near
the Altbuca mill. Samples of th.- water
taken raceStl) a id -ctii lo Ann Arbor
for analysis hUVf beer found t.. I... ab
aolutely1 pure and Ihe council is now
POBBlBBfluM in. . ns to paiae Mone) for
the installat.on . I a BttBIMtng station.
1'i esident Mauri e KoBnoil and other
villa;.-. oilicials have been greatly im
press, d bj the exeei hmee of this arater
SUpply all.l belie,. tin- villaL.- would
be Justiticd in b a, nj. for tin- money
with which to install u pumpiaa plant.
Other resldenta of the village faVor
the plan as vv. ll and it is probable that
when the asaeseed valuation of the vil
lage is raised t.. t 11 value, the pro-
poaal to i.on.i i
mitted It is In
be sufBolenl t..
wat. r sv si em.
atreeti fa proi i
ily. These etrei
16,fe will be sub
I .1 this amount will
istaii an up-to-date
i Paraell ami Vivims
lag v sry .- it laf actor-
I are low BBd in the
oral im h
Invariably covered with env
oi Water. It is planned to
level and pTOVlde proper
ASK CHURCHES TO ASSIST
IN TUBERCULOSIS CENSUS
A ruherculnsla census of thousands
of chimbs iii various pans of Hi'1
Cvuntry win be taken fan September,
under the Olfaction of th. National
Association for th,. study and Pre
vestlon of Tuberculosa). Tin- ceneua
will be pan of tin' preparation for the
Rfth annual tuhefcuhsdji day to be
oi.s.rved during the areas: f Nov em
The milliliters of several Ibousand
churchs will be asked to report on the
number of deaths from luharculoabi in
the last year, th.- number of living
nana IS their pnrlahea on Baptemla r I,
the number of deaths from all causaa,
and the number of member.- or com
municants, TIicm- fig urea will be
made tho bi. im of all educational cam
paign, ehlch w in i alinliMto in the tu
ber 'uloshi da) moveasast, ' fr which
o.caaion sermon uml b lure uutllnea
and other forms of luhatanlaala litera
ture win i,e dfetributed nee to min
isters. Laai vcar nearly TSjddj churcbea,
schools and othat bodies took part ill
the tubefculoat ! : obaarvaaca, Tbe
BtovebaeSt had the BSaMeaanaaasi of
haSding ' hui' h "tlii nils of every de
nomination. More than fSM antl-tu-
berculosls societleii m uttered all over
the eouatrj win aork this year to
make tubereuloy... gfly ., eSccess.
CENERAL CLASH SEEMS SURE;
RUSSIAN FORCES MOBILIZING
Continued From Firet Psqs.
teete.l by min, should Kngland be
come Invoh d
Tb. most expeditioaa way of taisinn
ree.ln.ents f, w.n ,,. UUln
armies In Rurtipa wnn eonaldered. If
Wngland enters upon hoetilltiea Cana
da will at om Offer aid and v olant, is
win ne tniiated foi
It bjesliiii ,i, ,!
' a nad i
1 air. a e
Bank of Calumet
i ami embark .I'l.nnu men Inside of
two in. i 1 1 bs
Russ.a't Attitude G
Vlensa Auatria-Hungaryi July II.
Opinion concerning Raasia'a attitude
in tsa A uatro-Berviaa situation is ba
fomlni extremely peaadmlMic,
The reeling, of peaaimlam aad
strengthened by the aewa of Ruasla'a
pre pai 't ons, arhich ware regarded
here as i mpJate BMbiltaation of her
it ia w. ii km.wn beta that th. pence
efforts, of European diplomacy win not
aucceed if Ruaaia conaidera her kMtg
fostered Plana Si last ripe for realiza
tion. Agitation in Many Places.
Merlin. Jul) .11. -Dispatches ahoSr
that the (Tea tea agitation exists in
many plies. The residents of the for-
tiiie.i towon ..f gtraaabarg, on the
French frontier, have started laying
in provisions to be prepared for a
aiege, amlle the common council of tho
tow n has taken m. asm. s to check the
em rmous increases in the prices of
The OOUnctl of itreslau was ealle 1
Into secret session to vote on appro
priation of l,S5d,aM tor "extraordi
nary purposes" ami it is assumed that
this also was for the purpose of lay.
InK in prov isions lor a possible liege.
U. S. Men to Watch Battle.
vVashiagton, i. c., ,iuiy :i Repre
aeatativea of th.. United states araay
and BaVy Will be sent to the scene of
war in Kurope if a tual OonMcl on an
extensive scale ensues, ofhcials hci-a
stated on Thareday.
Definite plana for the American "ob
s. rv . is" have in t been made, but it
was said to he the custom of neutral
analoua ta semi repreeeatatlvea of the
various arms of Ihe service.
in addition, ih. nrHttary ami naval
attaches at the L'nited states aeabaa-
ii. :- and kgattoni abroad in the COUO
tiM s affected vv ill set as observers.
ORYAN UPHOLOS PACT TO
PAY COLOMBIA $25,000,000
Continued Fram FirBt Paqe.
who exercise it ol liability r.,r actual
I ' agaa uffsred. Take, tor llluatra
tion, th.- condemning of a bloeh of
ground for a public building. gu poae
that every lot owsaf eaceptlng one is
Willing to sell his land to the Kovein-
lllenl at Us market value, but that one
of the lot owners, whose lol is neces
sary to tin srectioa of nl(. building,
ask.- Storsj than the land is world. The
government proceeds to condemn th
property, hui 11 doea not attempt i.
escape from the pavim nl ..: what the
land is actually worth, ami the actual
value of the property is not reduced
one dollar bv anv elforl tli.il II... nwn.
may make to obtain for it
than it is worth.
If It is contended thai th.
offered bv the IThlted Rtntea i rb.r t..
Psnama'i separation was a reasonable
ne. and that Colombia oiiuht t,, have
accepted it. that vsiaati.ui cannot n
reduced merely because CotosgbM wna
not wining to accept the ..fret. Tim
price then offered was approximate!'.
1 7. "mi. una (110,000,000 cash and L'.".o.
ono a yoar for a hundred years, which
could p. capttattaed si 7,MSVa0), But
when this price vvae offered it was un-
deretood that Colombia would retain
Mm state nasaani gad have the eg
VB)ntagea to be derived from proximity
to the .anil. Wtiat justice or fair
ness .in there be in the pr .posit ion
thllt. Colombia, having refused to nc
"pt a fair price, Is no! entitled to any
damages at air' The pa j nasal of the
ItiLoeg.Odl provided for In the treaty
now before the Senate Is only a raa
sonable lompensalloti for damaifes uc
tuallv suffered- damaires that ouvtht to
be paid, no matter what theorv or."
adopts in regard t the a Mas of the
fT Sited States . r the action of C.b.m
hln In 100?. Tln gbeWa ar"timentn h
iinscd upon the theorv adopted by
those who pay Cotombtl WSd entirely
In the arrSfSJ In refusing to nccept the
offer made by the I nited States, but
It mut be remembered that this the
orv i lbpo, 1 , the p-vple of Co
lombia, who defend... 1 the osltlon
tlulr government then took and who
av e . ver Him C asked that the Con
WIS.-MINN. LIGHT & POWER CO.
7 per cent Cumalative
Preferred Stock to Yield
7 per cent.
Paine, Webber 6c Co.
L. 5TANNARD Mrjr.
J. A. MiNNEAK & CO.
MARKETS AT A GLANCE.
rR'DAY, JULY 31. 1914.
ALL IMPORTANT MARKETS CLOSED OWING TO THE SERIOUS
NESS OF THE FOREIGN SITUATION.
EVERY INDICATION RUSSIA AND GERMANY ARE PLANNING
EVERY EFFORT BEING MADE TO STRENGTHEN THE FINAN
CIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION IN THE UNITED
Salt Lake, Cobalt and Tonopah Stoekg Quoted Constantly
troversy be arbitrated by aoane impar
Would Restore Friendship.
"The renpenlSg at this time of the
original controversy is not only nun." -
asaary. bat objec tlonabie, inst. be
eaaae it dtvartt attention froM the
pics, ni -iiuation with which we have
to deal, and, second, because it would
revive both here and in Colombia the
Vary feeling f unfriendliness which It
is desirable to allay. The treaty is
Intended to restore friendship and good
will between these nations, and thi
can be done by dealing with the sit
uation as it now presents itself with
out renewing the discussion as to the
merit of the position originally taken
bv the two gOVerWraenl respectively."
TRANSACTIONS IN STOCKS
COME TO HALT TOOAY
Continued From First Page.
vv ai d
I set ill.
rent hod modcraP
In, July :;i - The rat
of th.- Imperial Bast
wa.': raised from four t
Glasgow, July n. The
i banc s here and at Bdlnl
Liverpool, Jul) ::i.
and Manchester BtOCh
oloaed for the day.
cxi bangea an re
St. Louis. Mo. July II. The stock
board of Merchants ex. hango is closed,
but the grata exchange remained upas.
le decided I.
i ' ma in
i 'lev ela ml.
.. .Inly III. Tlu
is not elosed.
It. The .
change is cloned,
bangs is . loaed,
II. -The atoch ex-
H. The si, ivk ex-
Detroit, July II.- The si,
I CgfiNTgl A Pnt'NIi plrt for Qirmo
ewtton rags Kg serapa. Calamet
wa.tbn Secead aaab,
gee rtotei. Lsurlusa.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
AtVTWIi (...,. I Min.rm Ku
oral haasiwMh, iium sgasi abtgnab.
SLagaa ami rear.. Ifusia Ca Blh
PfANTHD Kitchen gtrl. X .V Mrs
A .LIU. .
" n- i "'"is. ii.. ( aluniet Ave. if
Ft m BJDfT Store , "on
rooms upstairs on lth
Calumet theater. Apply
Vert In BfSe. Store
i with (right
1" lt SALW -Iirae d..ub ,i....r i-i
ere Safe, eheup. .1 Vin.-I. JSi Mb
MICHIGAN COLLEGE OF MINES
F w. McNair, Preaidsat
Far Year Book Apply to Prsaidsnt
E Qr-RNE. Mgr.
I'm the man that
took the sick out
ot Dan Cu-sick.
R. Jobling, 0. G.
'6th St I'bone fis;i-j. Calumel
.May ISfl; Juno 5-l.'-19
3-10-17-:'4-:il; Aui:uat 7-11.
DEFAULT having bSQB made in the
conditions of a i ertaln mortuae h -John
A. Makincn and Hilma Makinen,
his wife, of the City of RgBCOCk,
M IchlgBBi parties of the first part, to
the Copper Country liuilding A Loan
Association of Calumet, Mlehlgan, a
corporation organized nnd doing busi
ness under the laws of Michigan, par
ty of the second part, bearing date
December twenty-fourth, 1 UlU. and re
corded in tin afSca of the Ragbrter of
Deeds for the county of Houghton.
Michigan, on the fourteenth day
January, fl g 'oume "V.V." "f
MortKagey on page 141, each and every
ifi.-tallmetit of princtpal nnd interest
of Which mortgage la hereby danlarn I
to be due and payable immediately and
on arhich said BsaBeMBa thefB is claim
ed to be due at the date of this BOtl e
the sum of Pourteen hundred Ilfty-tw,.
and 77.100 (14..77) dollars, and BO
suit or proceedings St law or In eiiu'ty
having been instituted to recover the
money secured by raid mortgugo UP
any part thereof.
NOW THBSUBPORB; ay virtue f
the power of sale contained in BSbJ
mortgage and the statute in such oase
made and provided, notice is hereby
gives that on the BftaaiUh lay of Aii i
nst. A. !.. 1114, at 11 o'clock In the
forenoon there vvill be .sold al public
mi. Hon to the highest bidder at the
front door al the court house In the
village "f Hougbtaa), I the county ol
Hough a ton. Michigan, chat being Ihe
place ahere ihe Clr tilt Court for the
said county of Houghton is held) the
pet misc. i described ill said MgflgBgll "f
so MSOh thereof as may he necessary
to Day the amount due on said Mort
gage With aevan per cent. Interest ami
all legal costs aa provided for in said
mortgage and an attorney fee of thirty-five
dollars aa also provided for m
sa d Mortiafcfl)
The premises described In said Mort-
gage are all that certain phsce or parcel
of land situated In th Township . f
Adams, Houghton county, Michigan,
describe a follows, to-wit: Lot h um
bered seven 7 of Blocs number, i
ntneteea (tlj of the llrat Addition to
the Town of South RaagS, in cording
to th,. BeCOfded PTS1 thereof. Togeth
er with the tisemdiiM, beredltamanta
and IppurteaSncei thereunto belong
ing and thereon aituate.
"a ted this nineteenth day of Ma.
A. 1 1., 1114,
Copper Country BSjIatBsl & Loan As-
BRVS, BOBIN0ON I'KTIIRM ANN,
Attorneys for Mortgage
Tbe Annual MaOtlBg f the Stock-
hoMem of the vroLVBBftfK COP P Ml
MINING ii 'Ml 'A XV, for the election
of directors, and for the tr imsu lion of
smh other bualneaa aa mav properly
COSM before the fmelinc vvill be held
ut the eased of the Company, No. 1ft
William Street, la the CttJ of New
'' B M"ii. lav , August .Ird, l!H4. at
Ii' o'.b.ek noon.
The traiisf,.,. faooba will close on the
BVCBlBa of Jul) llth, and re-.. pen mi
1 1"1 mornin'ir ,a , j.i. mi, ... 1 1...
ifflce of ihe transfer sgtsi of th" Cats
':,ln' Hi" Am, id. i, i ''i ust Companv. ',tl
'bite Stleet, lioston. Mass.
J. WiflvKi.Kit IIARDI.I V.
rtaw York-, July joth, i r i a.
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