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THE CALUMET NEWS. THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1910. ; 2 I Hougkton Department CLASS DAY PROGRAM HELD: FIVE MEN ARE SENTENCED TO COMMENCEMENT TONIGHT TERMS IN THE IONIA PRISON Program of High School Graduat Sentences Meted Out to Pris ing Class Enjoyed by Large Crowd oners by Judge Strecter This Morning BENTLEY ORATOR TONIGHT QUICK ACTION IN ONE CASE rd. el The East Houghton school Is holdlns high school was taxed to Ita capacity last t-vcnlng en the occasion of the class day exercises of the class of 1910 of the Institution. The stage f the hall was tastily decorated with the class colors, green and white, the clas. flower, the snow-ball, being extensive ly used In the scheme of decoration. The class day program was one of the most clever ever heard ut the high school, the order of It being as fellows: Selection, High school orchestra. Salutatory. Nellie Trevathen. History. Karl Gordon. rrophecy. Irene Selfert. Essay. Myrtle Jackson. Gifts, Mathilda Sherman. Memorial. Ross P. Lelsk. Will. Elizabeth Barrett. Song. Mabel Grace McCurdy. nledictory, Harold Pperr. Selection. High school orchestra. The class memorial was presented In a clever little sp.-ech by the class president. Ross D. Leisk. It is n plas ter replica of a portion of the western frieze of the Parthenon and Is 33 feet In length and 42 Inches In width. In presenting the class will Ml;1' T?arrett made something of a stir when she willed to the Houghton public li Irary the class memento which Pres ident Lelsk of the class had but a mo ment before presented to the school as a permanent decoration for tho a .-"em bly room. Nearly everyone present knew this to h a good-natured thrust at the school and library board-; f t the mr.nner In which they have "borrowed" the statue of Piskobu'.us. th gift f another class of the school, and placed It in the library. Thl was done at the time the libvary was openea and it was thought that It would be returned to the school but it still Is in the li brary. Commencemtnt at Amphidrom. The class song, which was well ren dered by the thirty-two members of the class, was written by Miss McCur dy and It brought out some very pretty compliments for the writer. The val edictory of Harold SP'-rr was one of the best that Houghton people have ever had the opportunity of heirln? and was especially well rendered by the young man. The selections by the high school orchestra were appropriate nnd very well played. . , . The commencement exercises of the class will be held tonight in Amphi ilrome hall, starting at S o'clock. Hon. George C. Dentley of Hancock, Judge of probate and Judge of the J'lVinile court for Houghton county will deliver the commencement address and Kov. Jno. E. Curzon will give the Invocation and the benediction. ' PAINESDALE GRADUATES. Commencement Exercises at the High School Tomorrow Evening. The commencement program of the Tainesdale high school will be given tomorrow evening, in the assembly room of the high school. There will be 13 graduates to receive diplomas. Pres ident J. H. Kaye of the Northern Nor mal school, will deliver the commence ment address. The following is the program: Music, chorus. Invocation. Rv. "V. S. Smith. Introduction, Carl Jauch. Arnold von Winkelried, Florence Jonathan. Robert Rums. Myrtle Kellow. Teter the Great, Melvin Polking horne. William the Silent. Lilian Ilockinu. Robert Emmet. Florence Knodt. Frederick the Great, Stephen Rork owskl. Music, hoys chorus. Shakespeare, Bertha Steimle. Garibaldi, Ruth Mchring. Gustavus Ado'.phua. Edward Rata. Kosciusko, Rachel MacLeod. Bismarck, Johanna Shea. Napoleon. Chellis Carpenter. Music, Girls' choru. Address, President J. II. Kaye of the Northern State Normal school. Music, chorus. Presentation of diplomas, F. W. Den ton. Presentation of Elizabeth R. Stan ton Historical Price, Rev. R. L. Hewson. Music, chorus. Th- class motto la "Knowledge Forms the Universal Mine," the class colors are blue and gray. The mem bers of the class are Florence Knodt, Rathael MacLeod. Ruth Mehrlng, Mel vin polkinghorne, Edward Ratz. Johanna Shea, Bertha Steimle, Myrtle Kellow, Florence Bonathan, Stephen Borkowskl. Chellis Carpenter, Lilian Hocking and Carl Jauch. day The Houghton pubUc library yester nA.t.-vi from th binders 16') bound volumes of magazines, which Is the first installment to be received out of about 300 volumes which were col lected as a result of the recent postal card appeal M.U out by the librarian. Miss Whare. ' Rev. John E. Cur7.on nnd a party of friends, Including Messrs. George Ed wards. C. V. Seeber and Percy Brooks. have gone to Huron Island on the Curzon launch, Betty C, for fi few At this morning's session of the cir cuit court, Judge Albert T. Streeter sintcnced live prisoners to terms in Ionia prison. Jos. ph Acottl, charged with shooting his wife, to which he pleaded guilty. was given a fciitcneo of from 3 to 5 years. Alfred Fcllppi. who was recently convicted of assault with intent to do great bodily harm was given a sen tence of from 1 to 3 years. E. Lusilg, who pleaded guilty to lar ceny, was sentenced to one year, also Zettiguo Zettl, who pleaded guilty to forgery. Joseph Musso was given 3 to 5 years on a charge of burglarizing the saloon of Frank St. Dennis in Houghton. This charge was only made ten days ago, and the conviction 1 one of the ijuickest on record in the county. All of the prisoners left for Ionia this morning in charge of Under Sher iff Sheridan, Deputy Sheriff Tlbor of Hancock, and four special deputies. Judge Streeter charged the Jury this morning In the case of Nels Coupal iainst the estate of John Grelss. The tvidenee in this case was all in Tues day, but was adjourned at that time n account of the excessive heat. Tho Jury is expected to render u verdict early this afternoon. MISS HANKEY TO TEACH. Houghton Girl to Instruct in English and German at Norway. Miss Anna Hankey, the Houghton girl who was recently honored at the University of Michigan by being chos en a member of the Thl Beta Kappa, the scholarship fraternity, has been chosen as one of the seniors for whom teaching positions has been secured by the appointment committee of the university. It Is announced that Miss Hankey will teach English and Ger man next year at Norway, Mich. Miss Hankcy's scholastic record, both in the Houghton high school and the state university, has been a most remarkable one. She stood one of th highest in her class at the local high school and when the committee of the Phi Beta Kappa was selecting the candidates for membership in their ifratornity they discovered that the scholastic record of Miss Hankey was higher than that of any other student in the university. MRS. DEE LEADS GOLFERS. Stands at the Top in Play for Pope Trophy for Women of Club. The opening rounds of play for the Pope tropby for women at the Portage Lake G"lf club yesterday afternoon re sulted in placing Mrs. J. B. Dee In the lead for the honors, she having roach -ed the finals. Mrs. W. R. Thompson ami Miss Streeter are In the semi-final (lass, having defeated their opponents. Mrs. Thompson nnd Miss Streeter will soon play a match to decide which of them w ill compete with Mrs. Doe and the result of the game between Mrs. Dee and the winner of the Thompson Streeter match will determine the win ner of the cup. A meeting of the di nt tors of the club will be held Satur day night to arrange the details for the first match for the Calverley trophy to be played here June 2fi between the teams of the local und the Dyluth clubs. FOREST FIRE NEAR VILLAGE. Blaze Breaks Out at aas' Park and Houghton Firemen Are Called. A fire broke out among the brush pilen along the right of way of the South Shore railroad east of Hough ton In the vicinity of Haas park late yesterday afternoon and the Houghton firemen were called upon by the gang of the railroad company to help put out the blaze. At one time the trees In the park were threatened with de struction but the work of the firemen and the railroad employes saved these, the fire being put out before any great damage was done. Several small fires have been report ed In all parts of the territory around Houghton but none have proven of great consequence. HOUGHTON BREVITIES. IS B. F. Chynoweth yesterday returned from n trip to Salt Lake City. The East Houghton school Is holding Its annual picnic nt Electric park to day. Attorneys Allen F. Rers and Rich ard iooney returned from Marquett yesterday afternoon, having nttended the opening of the United States Cir cult court at that place. The little Misses Mary and Gertrude Mowatt returned to their home In Ash land, Wis., today, after spending sev- erul months with their aunt, Mrs. Jno C. Mann, at the Douglass house. The anual meeting nnd election of officers of the Copper Range railroad company was held at the Houghton offices of the company yesterday. The idd directorate was re-elected as, fol lows: William A. Paine, John H. Rice, Samuel Smith, F. McM. Stanton, Thos. H. Dee R. T. McKeever, Frederick Stnnwood, XV. I. Calverlry nnd F. W. WAITING FOR SUMMER IS A LONESOME JOB. Summer Clothes Cut to Lowly Prices in the hope that it will bring summer, as carrying an umbrella brings a sunshiny day. Sale Starts Sat. Morning, June 18th T TAKES A WISER MAN THAN THE GOVERNMENT WEATHER prophet to tell what's coming next. It may be a blizzard, and as I have bought most of my Fall and Winter stock, I am going to close out just as much of my summer stock, as these big price reductions will induce you to buy. 1 want you to take chances on there being a sum mer. I refuse to wait any longer for warm weather. Come on, boys! and take away what pleases you at these Cut Prices. You'll find some heart satisfying bargains in this Izzie's Blizzard Sale: Men s Suns 10.00 and 12.00 now . . . 14.00 and 15.00 now . 16.00 and 18.00 now 20.00 now 22.00 now . 24.00 now . 25.00 and 26.00 now 28.00 and 30.00 now ....... r ttH liliill III Vfpi crity Clo'kcs BOYS' and CHILDREN'S SUITS 2.50 and 3.00 now . . 3.50 and 4.00 now ... . . 4.50 and 5.00 now 5.50 and 6.00 now 6.50 and 7.00 now , 7.50 and 8.00 now . 8.50 and 9.00 uisw . 1.85 2.85 3.85 4.85 5.85 6.85 7.85 Furnishing Goods Reduction A large assortment of Men's Fancy Shirts, prices 1.25, 1.50, and 1.75, now on pc sale at OU Men's Fancy Shirts, 50c and 75c qc values, now OU Summer Underwear, Fancy Balbriggan, Qr regular price 65c, now OOtr Boys' and Children's Waists, 50c and 65c ?Qr quality, now : OZK, One lot of Men's Oxfords and Shoes, former 4 OCT price 3.50 and 4.00, now I Z7 J One lot of Men's Oxfords and Shoes A C 4.00 quality, now . : & '-tU e One lot of Men's Oxfords and Shoes, 9 Qt our best quality, now CDj Men's Fancy Hosiery, 35c quality, fr now I One lot of Men's, Boys' and Children's 4 Qr Caps, values up to 75c, now I Men's Neckwear, 50c values, Qr now I wL. Men's Neckwear, 75c values, nCn now Oi-lv' Men's Working Gloves fTp per pair ut Children's Straw Hats -f fn 75c values 1 "Oil T Tl VTIRM 210 Fifth Street HP7TJT A Calumet days fishing. Denton.