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SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1911.
THE CALUMET NEWS. 5 The Discipline of Saving When a young man assumos control of a b;ink account, he la bour.J to got good out of It, upart nlto,';ot!ier from the monetary consideration. The schooling ho will get In srlf-dcnlal, iuntuallty and pcndsl'-iujhjmay, prohiildy will, prove of lru-Htlinublo val ue to hlniV .Then ho will , bMcnie familiar with tho depositor's side of tho hanking business, which is wtirth while. Taking It all together the Ravings tjank habit Is about one of the bent thing. that can happen to a young fellow. This bank is ready to encourage the habit. Ak the First National Bank OF CALUMET f THE HOUSEHOLD TRIED RECIPES. v Finnan Haddios. Wash the lish and soak for half an lmiir. skin nlde up, in cold water. Drain iiii'l cover with boiling water and let Ht.md live minutes. Drain again and free from nkin and bones, place In a buttered baking dish, one that will do tn .serve It in. l'otir white sauce over 11 :hii1 cover till crumbs are brown. Chocolate Molds. Mix two heaping tablespoons of cornstarch with four level tablespoons et Kiinar and one ounce ow thinly Hiaved chocolate, l'ut Into a pint of Maiding hot milk and boil a few min utes, stirring constantly. 1'i-ur into small cup to cool and haTden. When nady to serve unmold and use with Ktifcar and cream. Salad of Remnants. Mix one cup of cold boiled celery cut ia bits, one cup of cooked caulillower and one cup of canned butter beans. If you have no mayonnaise dressing left over, or do not like the oil In the plain 1-Yench dressing, make a cream dressing as follows: Mix one-fourth teaspoon of mustard, otie-fourlh teas-jHion of salt, one-half teaspoon of sugar and a few grains of paprika. Add the yolk of one egg and mix well then the white beaten till foamy (not stiff) and one teaspoon of thick cream, i Gradually add one fonith cup of hot vinegar and cook over boiling water till It thickens, stir ring constantly. When cool pour it ever tho mixed vegetables. Or the vegetables may be arranged In groups, each kind by itself, and the dressing served separately. Tomato Fritters, one can tomatoes, six cloves, two h vcl tablespoons Bugar, one-half small mion tdiced, sprig of parsley, one fourth cup. .finely cut celery, one and one-half level teasioons salt, dash of enyenno, four level tablespoons but ter, one-third cup cornstarch, one egg. Add cloves, sugar, onion, parsley, cilery, salt and cayenne to the to matoes and simmer for 30 minutes; then press through a sieve. Melt tin butter, add the cornstarch, and when Mended add the hot tomato. Stir until thick and smooth, then cover and cook over hot water for 20 minutes, stlrrln occasionally. ' Add the egg slightly beaten nnd remove from fire. Pour into a shallow dish and when cold turn on to a slightly floured board. Cut into any desired shape, dip in an egg beaten w ith a tablespoon of cold water, then In bread crumbs, and fry In deep l."t fat. Drain on brown paper and served garnished with parsley. Potatoes Scalloped. Four cups sliced boiled potatoes (hot or cold), three-fourths cup grated cheese, two and one-half cups milk. one egg, buttered bread crumbs. l'ut a layer of iwdatoes Into a but b red baking dish, then add n layer of cheese. Repeat until potato and cheese are used, then ndd milk mixed with the egg well beaten and cover with the erumbs. Ilake In a moderate, oven until very hot and well browned. hl cago Inter Ocean. Frost's Flexible Mixed Paints "The paint that never peels Jewel Mixed Paint Tho high grade paint. Retails for 1.85 and 2.25 per gallon. 7 cars In Oreen Pay. Your dealer can furnish at above l'Hees. I. P. BUELL 201 7th St. Calumet, Mich. Phone 470-J Palatable-Sanitary-Economical art the oheif requisites for. GOOD TOAST 1 only obtained with oar Electric Toaster THE ELECTRIC LIGHT COMP'Y CARE AND PATIENCE IN PUTTING ON NEW GLOVES. Kvery woman likes smart! gloves, but not every woman knows how to put them on. Many a pair of fine white gloves Is ruined because they are not put on correctly when new. The gloves should be opened, turn ed back to the thumb and powdered lightly. Then the lingers should be slowly worked Into their places with the first linger nnd thumb of the- other bund. The glove should never be pressed down between the fingers. It is apt to spoil the shape of the glove, stretch the reams and in all probability rip them. The thumb, of course, should not be put Into the glove until It has been fitted in place over all four lingers. I 'ass the thumb Into its place with care, and work on with the fingers; turn back the glove and slide It over the hand nnd wrist, never pinching the kid, and work the gloves Into prop er place by means of the lightest pressure, always allowing the kid to slide between the fingers. In finishing, care should be taken in fastening the first button. 50 KEEP APPLES FRESH. To keep apples fresh all winter, take fine, dry sawdust, preferably that made by a circular saw from well seasoned hardwood, and place a thick layer on bottom of barrel. Then place a layer of apples, not close together and not close to staves of the barrel. Put sawdust liberally over und around and proceed until a bushel and a half (or less) are packed In each barrel. They are to be kept In a cool place. A superior way -of preserving apples un til spring. Hy It any apple In good condition when packed will be equally good when unpacked and even those rottening, because not in good condi tion when put away, will not Injure any others. TASTY ON BISCUITS. A teaspoonful of onion Juice and a red. pcpH-r mixed with the yellow dairy cheese that comes In Jars mafc delicious sandwiches or Is tasty spread on biscuits for afternoon tea or sup per. The onion juice may be omitted The cheese mixed with the pepper will keep covered In a cool place for a lon time. 1 RICE REMOVES RUST. Poll a cupful of rice In two quarts of water for 30 minutes. Let It stand over night, and strain through cheese cloth. Soak the iron-rust spots In the rice-water for four or five hours, and rinse in clear water. This will remove Iron rust of long standing. APPETIZING SALAD. I-'or an appetizing salad for a litth supper or luncheon, cut a green or red pepper In rings or strips, slice nn on ion and a tomato and arrange them or lettuce leaves and dress with oil anc vinegar. Sliced tart apple adds to the dish. PACKING FRUIT COOKIES. In packing away fruit cookies, It will be found wise to put the cookies Into a Jar or box in layers with a piece of paraffin paper between each layer 1 Then the cookies will he kept whole and will look well when taken out. NOTICIJ or STOCKHOLDERS AN NUAL MKKTINO. The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Tamarack Co-operative Association will be held In the Annex of the Tamarack church, Saturday, Feb. 11th, 1911. at 7:30 P. M. for the election of three directors and the transaction of any other business that may lawfully be brought before the stockholders. fll W. T. S. Oregg. Secretary. AUTO INSURANCE RATES REVISED COMPANIES NOWADAYS ARE WILLING TO TAKE RISK ON ALMOST ANY CONTIN. GENCY. Automobile owners as a rule carry liability insurance, a policy Indemni fying the Insured against loss on ac count of personal Injuries caused by reason of the maintenance, ownership or uae of automobiles. A representative of an Insurance agency states that the rates for 1911 will be practically the same us last yeur on cars having not to exceed thirty Insuruble horsepower. On the more powerful type of cars there will be quite u substantial reduction in rute. The property clause (covering liabil ity for damage to property of others caused by the automobile insured) will cost about the same as last year. The collision sustained clause, cover ing damage to the automobile by being in collision with any other automobile vehicle or object, shows a considera ble Increase in rate. This clause will be Issued In two forms this season, one covering damage sustained In excess of $25 (deductible), and the other cov ering without deduction (full cover age). It may be news to some persons that Insurance companies issue n policy guaranteeing the owner of an auto mobile Indemnity ugainst .any suit for damages or other loss that might be fall him by reason of nn accident. However, it Is only one of the many kinds of Insurance that the general public hears little about, though it Is carried by a largo majority of automo bile owenrs. As ulready suggested, there are several different kinds of au tomobile insurance policies, one Insur ing against loss because of personal Injury to another, one Insuring the au tomobile against damages to the prop erty of others, one insuring the auto mobile itself ugainst Injury, and many others. Queer Risks Often Taken. Automobile' Insurance is only one of many unique risks that one can be protected ngalnst through the Insur ance companies. In foreign countries, property values and profits In busi ness often to some extent depend up on the life of the ruling sovereign, nnd policies are frequently sold, protecting the holder against any loss that might be Incurred In the event of the king's or eiueen's death. Some of these risks are nothing but gambling In the last analysis, as for Instance, issuing a policy guaranteeing to pay a stated amount if the unborn heir to the throne is not a son or not u daughter, is the case may be. In marine cen ters, it Is a common practice to Issue in Insurance policy on the probability of an overdue vessel eventually ar riving In port or never arriving, the company being willing to take either end of the proposition at specific! rates, as the purchaser desires. OSCEOLA NEWS NOTES. The Woman's Home Missionary So c iety of the Osceola church met Thurs day at the home of Mrs. Samuel 15ark 'a on Store street. The meeting was a tdeasant, one the topics being "The Cubans. The way they Live and Cuba is a Mission Field." Mrs. William t'oombe was the leader. The regular quarterly conference of the Osceola M. E. church was held this week. , Mr. and Mrs. W. Thomas of French town are the parents of a son which arrived Wednesday. William llennetts, lighthouse keeper at Alpena, has', left for his home after spending the week with Osceola friends. The Misses Richards of Isle Royale location returned home yesterday af ter visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Rich lrds of County road. The many friends of Cilbert and Horace Da we who have been danger- niRly III with pneumonia, are pleased to know what they are out of danger, Mrs. S. Long Is rciorted recovering slowly after nn Illness of two weeks. NORVAL BAPTIE COMING. The management of the Glacladom skating rink announces the engage- .MOW T-AMARQUTl s77t : --SEiT TO DtMONSTRATE r V Y, : ) " JzKT-a-TO YOU THAT WEN" fj J lf(4XH) ' ATAiMmNnircuJy7 rTJmBamJP- mACERTjJNfvST JD Ji S TVa 1 rasvrrorxrsr Wf tTV V&VF fa Jv AS CIBJZCP ' t:-C Tfirf-S' rxARMtl MVfc A su wciorT , ment of Norval I'.uptle, champion pro fessional skater of the world, and Miss Isabel Huthr, who will give an exhibi tion of fancy skutlni; at the rink next Thursday. Thbt will be Kaplie's first appearance at the i!lHladotn,. but as he has been in the copper country on previous occasions, It Is exjH'cted there will bo a large attendance. TORCH LAKE BASKETBALL VICTORIES. Lake Linden High School Teams De feat Hancock Teams. The boy's and girl's basket ball teams of the Lake Linden high school last evening defeated boy's and girl's teams representing the I'alnesdale and Hancock high school respectively both games being played at the opera house hall. The girl's team completely outclassed its opponents, the final score being 31 to 12 In favor of tho local team. The first half ended with the score 16 to 4, but In the second half the visitors became more familiar with the hall and played harder, scoring eight goals to fifteen for the locals. The Palnesdale boys showed a ten dency to mix matters and as a result the game was much rougher than It frhould have been and penalties were meted out frequently. At the end of the first half the score stood 14 . to 9 In favor of the locals and in the sec ond; half each team made twelve goals, leaving the final score, 28 to 21 In favor of the Lake Linden highs. MOUNTAIN VALLEY COMPANY. Commencing next Monday, John C. Owen of Iike Linden will succeed Ir. Oeorge W. Orr in the management of the Mountain Valley Water and Pp company, Dr. Orr having severed his connection with the company because he found that It was Interfering with his professional work. Kdward Warren of Calumet, -who has had thirteen years experience in this work will as sume charge of the factory and Mr. Owen will look after the company's business interests. The company will continue to operate as in the past and several Improvements will be brought about at the factory on Calumet street. HOWE PICTURES MONDAY. Lake Linden theater goers will have an opportunity on Monday evening to witness the famous Howe Moving Pic tures, which will be presented at the theater for one night only. Arrange ments have been made for a special street car service from Hubbell, for the benefit of those who desire to at tend. As the demand for seats has already exceeded tha supply, there Is no doubt that the house will be crowd ed to Its utmost capacity. j .j. .j. j .j. .j. .j. .j j j j ! TORCH LAKE BRIEFS 4 I 3 "J J t J ? 4 "iV 4 ! ! Kdward McCormack of Calumet, was a business visitor In Torch Lake towns this morning. The members of the Our Roy's Club of Hubbell, will hold an Informal danc lng party in their hall on the evening of February 10. The ladles of the Lake Linden Con gregational church are preparing for a concert to be given at the theater on March 6. Miss Mildred Romsdahl of Calumet will take part In the program and there will also be other well known local entertainers, The new officers of Lillian Tent, K. O. T. M. M. of Hubbell. will be in stalled at the regular meeting Tuesday evening next. A' social time- and smoker for members only will follow Past Commander Frank Leonard will act as installing officer. Itargain snaps from our clothing de partment: $"J0 Men's O. K. Seal Caps reduced to $126.96.36.199; $16' 'Men's X X N Seal Caps reduced to $12.80; $.V." fur lined coat. reduced to $67.73; $9." fur lines coats reduced ,to $77.73. Vertin Pros. ' f-4 Special reduction on all boys' and children's overcoats nnd fancy suits at Vertin Pros. f-4 20 and 23 pe' cent off on all nicn'f silk scarfs and Urndley Knitt mufflers at Vertin Pros. f-4 Stray Bits Of News Prom Little Old New York The big Pennsylvania station In Manhattan, that gigantic structure which it had cost many millions of dollars to build, has only been open ed to traffic a few months and already its inadequacy has been o clearly demonstrated that the terminal com pany has decided to remodel the sta tion and extend It to accomodate the enormous commuters traffic. As it Is scarcely probable that the suburban traffic has suddenly assumed such tremendous proportion since the ter minal was planned, It seems that the company displayed a deplorable lack of farsightedness in not making adequate provisions for this steadily growing part of the transportation service. Notwithstanding the greatest vig ilance the authorities of Columbia have been unable to prevent dishonest students in past examinations from employing fraudulent methods. As a last resort they have decided to give the so-called "honor system" a trial. The faculty has decided to try the sys tem with the seniors In the Columbia University School of Applied Science and, should It prove successful, to ex tend it to the other branches. Under the new system each student takes an oath not only to refrain from any form of "cribbing," but also to re port any fruud he may notice on the part of any other student. Studen .1 accused of fraud will be tried before a committee of their classmates, and if found guilty, will be expelled from the university. Two pretty girls arrived here from Kngland the other day on one of the transatlantic steamers. They had booked under the name of Cladys nnd Lena do Clifford. The Immigration In spectator learned that the girls in buying their tickets had said that de Clifford was their mother's maiden name. When they were Interviewed by tho Inspector upon their arrival they admitted that they had used their mother's name. They had come over to visit friends and expected, if pos sible, to settle here. Their mother, LANDING PASSENGERS. Lyman H. How Shows Pictures of Perilous Task Over Angry Sea. Sitting in a basket suspended in the air, with waves tossing a boat beneath you, Is the experience promised those who travel with Lyman II. Howe, at the Calumet theater this afternoon and tonight, and Sunday evening. One of the features is entitled "Landing Pass engers at Tunis." The passengers are being transferred from a great ocean steamer to small boats, In which they are to be rowed to the city. At times the scenes were obtained a storm was raging, and the boats of the Italian Steamship company were called to a greater distance from the shore than usual to protect the steamship from going aground In the heavy sea. The women and children passengers be came frightened by the method of transfer to the small boats, and their cries, the rough assurances of the sailors, the battle between the men at the oars and the great waves, give an opportunity for realism that Is thrill ing. A ride on a dirigible balloon over Switzerland; another on the swiftest motor boat in the world, the Ursula. are presented with a degree of real lsm that amounts to real experience. Then there are Journeys through Indo china and the Gorges IX L'Ardeche In France. Roth are shown In all the glorious colors of nature on perfect days. Still other features comprise a ramble through London; launching the White Star Liner "Olympic." the larg est ship afloat; dissolving portraits of prominent Americans; a dangerous though bloodless bull fight; sensational scenes of dynamiting buildings in Messina, etc. AHMEEKS TAKE MATCH. Defeat Tamaracks on Y. M. C. A. Bowling Alleys. The bowling match on the Y. M. C. A. alleys between the Tamaracks and the Ahmeeks last evening resulted in a victory for the Ahmeek team. Some good scores were recorded, as fol lows: Tamaracks. Ursln 166 123 147 Wade 171 171 144 Nichols 134 202 154 Jones 127 153 174 Royce 137 209 1S3 Total "33 SfiO R02 Ahmeeks. Sebrlng 212 147 1R3 Sullivan 108 154 143 Rennetts 136 12 191 Mogstnd H0 142 163 Hlckle 167 176 1 Total 813 "43 WO GAMES WITH PORT ARTHUR. Negotiations are pending between the management of the Mohawk and! Port Arthur, Canada hockey teams for two games, one of which It is expected will be played at the Glacladom on Feb. 14 and the other at the Palestra on the following night. Port Arthur has already offered the Mohawk team one date, February 14. but as the ex pense of bringing the visitors to the copper country would be great, two gsmes ar desired. The Mohawk team has a game scheduled with the Por tage Lake team for the Amphldrome on February 17. Extra special reduction on all Hart, Schafner & (Mhirx and. Sincerity brand overcoats and suits at Vertin Pros. f-4 they said, was a granddaughter of aj Uaron de Clifford. It required consid erable couxlng and diplomacy on the part of the inspector to draw from the girls that they had taken their moth er's name because their father's name was Redhead and that the prlnc-al object of their coming to this country was, to get rid of their mulden name us oon as possible. Roth were per mitted to land. Small and Insignificant causes some times lead to disproportionately big results. The other night it snowed a trille, so little, in fact, that many late risers could not see a trace of the snow In the morning. Yet this slight snowfall was the primary cause of considerable trouble. A man, living on the top floor of a tenement In Wiii iamsburg, arose at daybreak and went to the flat roof of his house to sweep away the snow. Some of the snow fell on the ledge of a window of tho adjoining house and the occupant of the fiat to which that window belongs, objected. The "man on the roof paid no attention to the protest, but con tinued to dump the snow from his roof. This angered tho man next door. He hastily dressed, went to the roof and uttaeked his neighbor. The fight attracted the attention of an Italian living in a house on the other side of the street. With the Intention of stop ping the fight he fired several revolver shots. One of the bullets crashed through a window and barely missed a woman who sent up a cry of Fire." Somebody turned in un alarm and the fire department responded. In turning u corner one of the engines struck the curb and toppled over. The driver was painfully injured and the horses came very near running uway. In the meantime the reserves of the nearest' police station arrived on the spot and I assisted the firemen in searc hing for J the blaze. They found no fire, but.! hearing a noise on the roof, they In- ! vestigated and upon reaching the housetop found the two men still be laboring each other. Roth were ar rested and sent to the hospital fur re-! pairs. I "Fire Fan." Traveler (in a railway car, to fellow passenger): "Sir, what do you mean? This is the third time you have put out my match." Fellow traveler: "Force of habit. I'm a member of a volunteer fire brigade." When a fellow begins to be afraid he cau't live without a certain girl he ought to marry her and see. Philadel phia Record. Salt Is useful ns a flux In raeltlnf brass and other copper alloys, ns it re duces the oxide that forms and clean the metal. News want ads bring results. r We Are Showing the New 1911 Wash Goods J 35c New Ginghams at 25c yd. 35c Imported Scotch and French ginghams, full 32 inches wide, in a large and heautiful range of styles, tan, hltie. pink, yellow, green, gray, brown and black, rich plaids; also numerous dainty mixed plaids, plain colors and stripes. Sale price per yard ZuC 50c and 60c Dupionne and Jacquard Silks 35c A beautiful silk and linen light-weight fabric on the shantung order; comes in dark red, new blue, Havana brown, lavender, pink, light blue, helio and r black, 50c and 60c values; sale price, yard. . . aJuC 15c Dress Ginghams at 2Ac yd. 200 pieces of the very best quality of standard 15c dress ginghams in plain colors, new and beautiful rich plaids, many of them exact copies of imported French ginghams. This is by far the largest and most beauti ful range to be found anywhere. Most I'll of them are our own designs lw2C 15c Percales 12jc French percales 36 inch wide in light grounds with neat printed dots, figures and striper, suitable for waists, dresses, and boys' quality for the price on the Sheer Flaxens Dainty sheer flaxens in medium and heavy weights in excellent qualities. Prices f r ranging from, per yard luC'uUC (Suitable for tailored waistings) Vertim BrolLfieirs HAS HQ SUBSTITUTE w 0 Absolute! Pure Tho only baking powdor matlo from Royal Crapo Cream of Tartar HO ALUM,tiO LIME PHOSPHATE INDOOR BASEBALL TONIGHT. The indoor baseball game to be played at the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium this evYning between the South Range Independents and the Y. M..C. A- team may be the last game of the season. The Y. M. C. A. management is anx ious for a large attendance for this reason. Announcement Is made that Nick Kaiser will officiate for the Y. M. C. A. team behind the bat, he hav ing held this position regularly last year when ho was a resident of this city. An undertaker knows a lot of ones" t hat he" Is unable to bury. 'dead tSSANAY. Coming Tomorrow AN ESSANAY FEATURE A Stirring Story ' of the West. Thrllllnz-lntensc- ly dramatic. Coming Friday-A BIS INDIAN PICTURE Watch for it waists. The best market, yard. V -j N . Ill f GKMD PkoSayS Hme " Featares w WEST