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THE CALUMET NEWS
PAGE TWO Houghton Department PORTAGE LAKES ARE VICTORIOUS DEFEAT MOHAWK TEAM BY THE SCORE OF 8 TO 4 AT AMPHI DROME. GAME FAST AND EXCITING. TIm first hot key gtune thl season btve, i. ti. -Mit l-'kc and hawk Lams, which wan played .it the Amphidrome lsst evening resulted in a vlctor fr tin- Porta Lake by the wore of & to 4. It Ml a fat game, jeplete with brilliant ::.ti n lb- fir, air Mlf l earned to bav a alight advantage over the local and St. OssBSSl wai the first t register t-r Mohawk, taking the puck on a paH from William. Two minutes later jfjaglSWaB MMk4 W rubber Into the MM after a brilliant Individual rush. I'ryor wu the tlrst to MM tr Portage Lake after carrying Hm past mire length of the ice. 0N ilMV St. C.org made g-al three l r the visitor. Hefore the cloee of the half. Mahan and McCurdy shot goals for Portage Luke and the half ended in a tie. In lh second half P rtage Utke fan . much beter and carried the play t, Mohawk, territory. Pry or and Kx w ..mi u.ihId four and M) for the ' m locals eurly in the second Hrewer made Mohaw.' last goal. McCurdy BUUl portage Lake nilnut' er'a goal and Sicotte . slamming in the last t score. 8 to 4. For the last n minutes ,-iay the te.ims wer.- plain,; with . n.. i. h JM. y having been struck la the 'a with the puck and t'ksila retiring to even up the MMM Haug ami .McCurdy ptsjrai excellent hockey fr Portage Lake and Cross was the brightest star for Mohawk. 11- teams will meet again at Mohawk on Friday evena.- Following are the line-ups: Portage. Lake. Mohawk Haug goal Cross Trathen point H a Pryor i -over point... Tregb.wnc Sicotte rover Williams McCurdy center Cksila Mahan 1. wing Hrewer Kxley r. wing St. George Time f halves- 30 minutes. Timekeepers Stovle and Dr. Tucker. I'., tt-ree Shields. prues of game cocks, which heleto- fore hav not been acrded the same J standing aa other breeds or rowls. Karl Heraenway t South Haven has been secured as Judge and he is an authority on ouultry. being a mem- bei i the MMcullv board of the Am an Poultry association. As pre viously announce. I. the judging will IM bv the score card system In accordance with the standard of perfection Just Li sd. 'After the birds an- Judged and pritea awarded any of tha raws nay be Mid. A arge number of standard coops have be.-li ur.-d und the entry fee i-..ers .-..oping, feed and oars at birds while at the show All exhibits must be In the hall not later than 10 a. ra. on Tuesday abb- matter may burn as quickly a No water should be thrown ( IB the ihininey because of the danger ,.f . ra- king the brick, hut aait may be used safely. There should be no delay j In turning in an alarm as such delay are dangeJWi HOUGHTON BREVITIES i THE DOG CAME BACK ;.. I :..d and irth and t six for r Brew -tline in k.l.g the NEW GOVERNMENT STRONG. Mexico Will b Wsll Able to Take Care of Self in Futuro. Tranquility reign supreme in M - v i.o now. according to Julio Mader... brother of Francisco I Madero. the successful" revolutionary leader and . . Mit of that country, who is spending a short time among his friends in Houghton. Julio Madero is a graduate of the Michigan college of Mines, as Is another brother. Raoul. but neither of them la officially con IMtti with the government of Mex ico and both propose to follow min ing aa a profession. According to Madero the new government is stron. has the confidence of the people and I a -le to c .pe with any situation within Its borders, which was amply proven by the irhort time required to suppress the incipient Reyes revolution. Mexico la now passing through the reconstruction period, and when it Is considered how complete was the over turning of the local government, it Is not surprising to tlnd Mnall dissensions tmmrn :h'' l'"'lde. atated Madero. The great rank and file of the j pie ar- with the government however, and will g IfctJr utmost to safeguard Us in ter. -sta. American capital Is safer In Mexico now than It ever was bef.-n . the government recognizes the toed of for eign assistance in developing me coun try'a resource to their highest state, and will guarantee protection, accord ing to Mr. Madero. An. mil F.ndt its Way Back to Mao Who Had Befridsd H. During th" extremely M weather f it latter part of last we, ,. a tra dog was picked up by August Krell arltg and Klven warmth, shelter and I . .. : a tit days until aomeoiu cam along who expressed a desire to adopt tlW N ..mal. The dog was taken sav to Its new owner's' home. Pxrat- i ..... ..',..! Unt nf lh, villaife. ud P was presumed that the last had b n s. n a! it. f 'asid, -table surprise was ( . xperi. in ! this morning when tin dog Ihowed up at the KrellViix store,) expressed Ha pleasure at being hacKj . gain by wagging it tall, and then playfully began to tear up a pi. t ar. that was being framed. It i- . gpaj ted tlwtt a meeting will b called In a few das to baju further steps towards organising a humane s -ciety. whose mission It will be to look after friendless animals, and many in quiries have been received by Mr Krellwitx relative to the jropr.s.-d or ganization. An Instance of cruelty t animala was brought to the atten ti,,i. ot the authorities this morning, a horse obtained at a local livery stable having beta driven to Superior City Sunday night, left exposed for hours unblanketeu- and finally driven to Houghton In a half frozen condi tion. A pros,-sattofl was started by the o.vner of the horse but was dis-nii-sed n a s.-ttl.-m-nt being effected by the man who bad taken the animal. s ,'oH.eilleft v- stciV.av ...r Keo kuk, la to take S position with the m m, . Webster Co. Court Stenographer Ingram went to I igM River vsatsrdaj sttend the laaaac lafai al the k. weens w coun- eb court. K..r: Wilson and Jo--, phine Kauneii. h,.t:i fulumet. were married yest.r JuStbM Mart O'BulMvsn at the fjoocbtoa Ulage hall. I u.ulon for second citlsenshlp - is been tiled b M - tkiah Fe rula of Hancock, a nati. of Finland who has resided In the Vnltcd Slates May. mf. . r Harris. T. J. Kitts and Aldrlch t'ornelller. representative of the j..hn--Manville Asbest s company. h;,v,. returned from a conveatloa or the company at JMllwauk' Th.- MtlMF depart ni n1 tors haa taken - t the business of I. Millet and las completely re-arranged the: stock Its 'bo building, making it one ,,f tlu- best and most up-to-date stores in the i oppef country. as a nMster of the financial side of the .ailroad business. At the une time ne : . , autre.) anti ng- scientists a rept- tatlon its a deep student and an or.a iM.l think, i n probb-ma related to ev olutlon of animal and plant life. F-r .-ars h bM gMMlg a Beep stud) taj the ",.(ns branched of bioioB. pmticu ttfty the Horwlnlun theories p.ttuin li, to v. lution, on which lie is a rec ognised authority. ;: ral Sir Ian Hamilton, a noted ,rn . i the Hritish arm . r.7 y.ais old todiiv . ;. ,,i re Wushlngl n Taylor, i pre sentative In Congress , t .he First Ala bama district. 63 paara old today. JohngtOf Forb H-Kob, rtso li. the c l ebrated ssbjajHab a,t..r now touring America. 59 yeara old t day. Classified ads bring result. '-THIS IS MY 66TH BIRTHDAY." charle Finn y r... who h won turn in two widely diverse lb-Ids. rail road finance and tin' BOlence of MaS7. was iorn In Rlchm md couaty. N I York. January 1. AftSf com pleting hi odiuatlon at OberttB Obl gc in lti' he Ucnie u. iat.sl with ,-..nnii,-nt bunking house In New York. HJa tinancial braining aacuraf for him a position in the auditing depart ment of one nf tho prominent railroad : iil later be became treasurer of the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Kailwa. company. Among railroad men the country over Mr. Cox is well known THIS DATE IN HISTORY." 177S- Frum ricognlzed the Inde pendence ot the Fniled Stutcs. i7s4- Bdward Ofbboa, the BngrtWBi lillana. lad. Bom aprH -7. 1737. is..:. Sir John Mo..re. commanding the British aiin. killed in battle with the French at I'orunna. Spain. It SI Hoard 1 1 Trade organized In M.lwaukee. Mi;.' -More than :'Hi lives lost In the Hi rtley colliery di -aster in Ktmland. 1871 f ip H me Court of the t'nlted St ites de -i.led the Legal Tender ai t ol lstiJ constitutional. lHSg William F. Vila of Wisconsin appointed aecretary ,.t the Interior. IUI -Queen l.iliuokalani of llawai dethrone.l by revolutionist. 1M4 -John II. Hear elected Fnit.-.l States senator Horn Iowa. 1H07 The Ut. Rev. Arthur Sw.ut man. Mis'hop ol Toronto, elected I'rlni ite of All Canada. Tlie paactl and plum an short live trees. The pear und apple are Ion lived. , .lit RELAY RACE TONIGHT. Novel Faature of Skat.ng Party of th Houghton Light Infantry. The relay race betn-een teams r p reenting the Light Infantry, Naval Reserve and Calumet Kngineers, will be a novel feature of the annual skat ing and dancing party of th. Houghton Light Infantry at the Ampimlrome this evening, and mu h Interest is paH e-J to develop e.incTliIng the event The judges for the affair were selected yesterday and aMfg "f John T M - Vnmara. Leigh Swift and Lr. Farrand. The Copper RaliK.- will give special rates lor the occasion. WELL EARNED PROMOTION. STARTS WEEK FROM TODAY. Arrangmnta Completed for Holding Sixth Annual Poultry Show. The sixth annual abera of the Otf fiT Couutty Poultry baaaafatton, which is expected to be one of Ike lo st yet BaM by the society, op.-ns on week from today and the A mphldrome and will continue on January ti, ti suid 2f(. There will be number of new features this year, one being the ad mission to entry and competition for E H. Lang, Formerly of Houghton, Becomes Traffic Manager. Advicea have, been received in nought n to the efTc, t that F H Lang, formerly of thl city and broth er of R B, and C. H- Laag, has been promoted to the office of assistant gen eral tratflc manager for the Amalga , ;,t. t company, having assumed W new duties with the nrt ,.r the year. Mr. Im.uk will have entire ebarsji ' f the work In Montana and mak. his headquarters at flreat Falls. Mr. ling's work for the last sixteen yeur: fit him admirably for his new position as he Is thoroughly familiar with every detail of th.- work. Mr. Lang entered the employ of the Northern PactSf read in 1885 as a tel egraph operator at the present town of lluntby. Iit. r h- became .onnect with llM real Northern. About sixteen ye.trs aKo he entered the em ploy of the BOStOS and Montana o.m panv at Ci.at Falls and ha had charge of its trafti department. Have You Heard About Free Washing Powder Week? WKSMttBM Only a few days and it will be here. Then you can learn for yourself how dirt flies before Johnson's Washing Powder. How your bath tub and sink will glisten, your floors get snowy white, your woodwork shine. Every year we give Galvanic users a chance to try one of our products free. This year it is a big full-pound package of Johnson s Washing Powder. WASHING POWDER to B J JOHNSON SOAP CO. MiJNAUiUCIIM. NO REASON fOR D0UB1 A StsVemant of Facts Backed by J Strong Guarantee. t,Vh ptamaCat complete relief to all sufferers from constipation, or. in ev ery case where se full, we will supply t h mwlicine t a a Hexall orderlies are a gentle, eff.s--tlve. dependable, and aaft baVsl NBU lator, strenift It-tier, arnl tonic. They nim to re-establish tiatim s functions in a BjasSt, aaay way. '''hey .do not aBBM liwonvenicnce, grip ug. or nau . i. They are .so pl.as.-.- to lake and work so easily that th. by any one at any tim otighly tone up tin healthy activity. Ilexal! orderlies ar nt'd ideal for the uee i f.i ki . and il. licate per. mi? t o highly racaaaasaatl them to an sur farafl from any form of oonstip it i .n and its attendnt evils. Three sizes, lis-.. 25c., and BOO, Remember, you can ,.b t.iin Itexall Heme, lb III this coinmun ity only at our store -The K.-xall Store V sat binder - B ai MISCHA ELM AN ENGAGED. Noted Violinist to Appear Here in Concert Next Fall. Ann .uncemeni uas made yesterday of the engag. BP Bl h'-re in the eominj; UtnaVir and fall. Mischa Klman. the world famous violinist and Mine. Schu mann -Melnk. Th former I not . oin Ina; until sometime In the fall, but Mme. Pubamann Ilnlak will appear on Jam Z, at the inj.liidrome. This will bi . ond visit of the gri ti 9 - li t -. r to I'-.i-tage bafts she having Kiv. : a concert at the Kef? miIkc theater ii l'.10 It is also in- rnnated that l Tetralnni may be tndueed to appear here before the end b the jelir. FORMERLY OF BARAGA. Galvanic Soap Makes Clothes White and Washing Easy We send more than 12,000 miles to Ceylon for cocoanut oil to make Galvanic Soap. This is expensive- Snt thirty-six years of experience have demonstrated to us that cocoanut eil is necessary to oaivanic. That is why 1,000,000 women ask for "Galvanic" when they want ia) ensn for th l.iindrv or kitchen. A sintne D-cent case will prove its superiority. Watch for Free Washing Powder A few days more and the big FREE offer will appear here. B. J. Johnson Soap Co. Milwaukee, Wisconsin v be taken ,'hey tln.r lystem to rpfiHK-abll 'e, Old e ( il. not Harper-Thomas Co, UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERf Phone 14 Holman Bids Calumet. Msh All call attended to either day V night. Ws ale handle feH out flew .a for inv oeoaaieM. James S. Hichle. of Hilperlor, arid. Mis Laats Qartlaaia, sftaj al aa J r iot-, isaaaaoad tbsbf basn ap bba week, whieh mat pbeM in bTuatrasi Canada, Sept IT. The ceremonj was performed in Notre Dai hurch, Montn. il. Mr. and Mrs. Ritchie have taken up their residence at the old Hit. hi.- home. :ir.r, Waal l-'ourth strw-l. i;ast Knd. Mrs. Itithb- for rly re- -i.p.l at Itnratra, Mich., but for some ...irs made her home with her slater Mrs John Imv.i Inilnth N.s Trl biin'. BASKET BALL SATURDAY. Tin- Hsaeaok ami Hooajhsaa baaftal ball teams, representing the respscUVS hitch sho,.ls f the two towns, will if at th. Ampbhlrome on Saturday ait rnoon next for the opening Kamc at th.- hi t Tsrholasi Ic acbadvls, ajMM between the boys and girls teams nill tak. place after the Mr game. THE FINAL CLEAN-UP ON ALL ( MICHIGAN COLLEGE OF MINES F. W. McN.ir, PreslaeM located In Ijika Huperlor dia trht Mine and r.m aeosaathls for college work. For Tear Beok and Reeord of oradustss apply ae President or ecrr. HOUGHTON MICHIGAN ABOUT CHIMNEY FIRES. Thief Voetseh .,f the HollKhloll fire depart merit advances Home Interesting suggestions . oiieernliig . himney fires, whieh if followed would undoubtedly reduce the danger. He Slates thai as soon is a fire is discovered all drafts should l.e op, ii. d a that the Inllalil- Lyric Theater LAURIUM UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE AND PICTURES. WOMEN'S READY ,0-WEAR GOODS iiihiih milin TrwpfTwini m mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmm m CLUDING s S Fall and Winter Suits, Coats, Waists, Dresses and Furs. Only merchandise of known quality and absolute style from such makers as Redfern, MacPherson & Langford, Robertson, etc., find room in our stocks. Women have learned that when we advertise a reduction in rady-to-wear goods it is genuine. The former figure has not been in flated or the value boosted. We must make room IN THE NEXT 30 DAYS for our big Spring stock. Second floor. SECOND FLOOR VERT1N BROS. Health And Success are such intimate relations that no one can be expected to be well acqaainted with success who disss not keep good hold on health. Most serious sicknesses atart in minor troubles of the digestive organs. Thousands know by actual experience that health and strength and therelore success Are Increased By Use of Beecham's Pills in time, and be lorc minor troubles become deep seated and lasting. This famous family remedy will clear your sys tem, regulate your bowels, stimu late your liver, tone your stomach. Then your food will properly nourish you and enrich your blood You will be healthy enough to resist disease strong enough to take due advantage of oppor tunity after taking, as needed, BEECHAM'S PILLS Sold Try where la boss 10c. 25c . 17. 20, 21, 22. S, 37. 38, 31, 53, 53, 54, 55, 51) rn.l.i the re-dlUrtctlns; of tho Township Block 23-34-3l-2-57 and 51 of tho Villus; of Iaiirluin urn taken from Precinct Numbar 11 and form u part of Precinct Number 12. The following described terntois shall constitute and be denominated R taction District Number Twelve, vis: Comprise the territory lying- South and Kast of a line begin nina; at the in tersection of the centre ln of Lake Linden Av. with the West boundary Of I. milium Village, thence Southeast erly along Lke Linden Ave. to the entre Hue of Tamaruck street. Thence Northeasterly along Tamarack street to the centra line .i ruin sireei. Hi. rue Southeasterly along Fifth street t the rcasiern nounoary oi Uuirlum Village, within the bounda ries of laurium Village as at present lncorporaiad taajaaaar with the unpiat- , ,1 portion of Section 24. all of Se. - Hon 15 including Florida addition to l. milium Village and Section 3S, nil in township N North, Rang-e S3 West. (Blocks . 10. 11. 23, 24. 25. 26. 17, 28, 2H, 30. 31, r.7, 58.) Th. foHdWing described, territory shall ...nstitute iin.i bo iienominatea Rtectlon District Number Thirteen, viz: Comprises the territory within the following sections, as described, viz: s. . tlona 1, 2, 3, 4. 9. 10, 11. 12 and the l-jist half of Section Five, all in Town ship T.B North, of Hange 32 West. Preclm t Ifo, I, 4. r.. C. 7. 8, 10. The territory COOnpriSSd in these districts ,, ,.i:.t,,ks OK I A I.I -MKT remains unchanged Hated t"uis Till day of January A. D. 1912. WILLIAM KISHFiR, Just l e .if Peace. THUS. I). M ISADS, Chairman Pro Tern. RICHARD T. HICKS Juti e uf Pence. i;i: iiwjf: martin. Clerk. TWWaabb) Uoard. biQAL NOTICE8. Jan. 8-16-23-30 STATE OK MICHIGAN. The Probate Court for the County of Houghton. At a aeaalon of said Court, held at the Probate office in the Village of Houghton In said county, on ths fifth .lay of Junuary A. D. 1912. Present: Hon. Geo. C. Bsntley, Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of liarl. s trVeetsy Richards, Deceased. Plsabath J. Richards, executrix, having filed in said Court her petition pray! raj that the time for the presenta tion of claim against said estate be TOWNSHIP, lhH C.HTON umn TV. MM'III'IAN. Cllowinir 1 a description of th I...,.,, n In Precinct 2. 3. 9, 13. 11, 12 of the .le.tion districts in me town ship of Calumet as determined by the l-ownshlp Hoard .f said townsnip. I ne oII-iwIiik described territory shall con- wi. :.iul I.e 1 en.illlllK.teU iwecuoii I Harriet Number Two: Heuintilng at the intersection of the ,, Torch Lake Road with the West boundary of Iaiiriuin Village, thence Northwesterly along the centre line ol ii.1 ratal t" It Intersection with Calu met Street, the we 8. 28 degrees w. 4'.8 ft. on Calumet street, thence (on ,h,. . ,1 Jacket Road) N. 62 degrees W. 41( ft . thence N. 70 degrees V. IM ft, thence N. 40 degrees W. 288 It . then.e N. M d.-gr.-es v. i. u. ns the interstHtlon of Fifth and Scott Mrasta, Village ..T Red Jacket, thence Last along the South Boundary t.f said Village to the Fiastcrn boundary of name as at present Incorporated, thence North and Fiist and North along the hour dairy of said Village to the centre line Of Pine Street, thence In an East erly direction along said Pine Street to . ..1.1. U lino ,if ;. li. ,. ,,s ,,,u rse. wi ' " llmltafl and that a time and place be DOlwesn ...is .... .amnio ' appointed to reive, examine and ad- Sti.et. thence southwesterly along said Csnea line to the eeatra Has of church Street. Thence southeasterly along Church Street and Its center line pro Auai d to its intersection with tlw South line of Bsotlon 13-i6-33, which is the North boundary line of Iiurlum V I vi . th. nee Westerly along said boun dary line to the 1-1C post at the Northwest corner of I murium Village, Ihsnot S. 27 kgree 11 ft. 30 In. W along Western lioundary of Iaurlum , to the plat e of beginning. Uti le! the re-dlidrictlng of the township. ;ll the houses on both sides of Rock land street, from ( hurch street to t.i old Mineral Range R. R. track and all ..I tin- houses on both sides of Cab d..nia from Church street to the old Mineral Range R. R. track, are taken I'm. m district Number Two and become par of district Number Thrct The following described territory hail ...riKtitiMe and be denominated Lie. tion District Number Three, viz Beginning at the Intersection of the .ntie line of line Street with tin Eastern lioundary of Red Jacket Vil lage, thence in an Easterly direction along said Pine Street to its intersec tion with the line of feme hetwe.n lets on ('..linnet Avenue an. I Mine just all claims and demands against .-aid .I., eased by and before said i 'oiirt. It 1 Ordered, That four months from this date be allowed for credit ors to present claims against aald estate. It is Ktirther Ordered. That the 9th .'ay oi May, 1912, at ten o'clock In th.- forenoon, at said probate office, be and is hereby appointed for the ex amination and adjustment of all cluimB and demands against said de- eased, and that notice thereof be giv en by publication once each week, for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing, In the Calumet News, a newspaper printed and cir culated in said county. (Seal) GEO, C. BENTLKT, Judge of Probata. A true copy. Mllas G. Mitchell, Register of Probata. 13. 20. Jan. 9, 16, 23. 30; F'eb. 6, STATF: OK MICHIGAN, Tw.fth Judicial Circuit In Chan cery. s lit pending In the circuit court for the County of Houghton, in Chan cery, at Houablon on the 8th dav :.f Street, thence southwesterly along said Januapy 1912, Tnue Mondo. Com plainant vs. George O. Rlondo. Defend - fence line to the center line of Church street. Tin nee southeasterly along (hurch Street and its enter line in... lined to Us intersection with tin South line of S.-etion U-.'.6-33. which Is the North boundary lino of laur lum Village, thence Easterly along wild line to the South East corner of said Section 13-54-3I. Thence North along aid boundary to the N.-rt beast cornel of said Sec. 13, thence WeBt along North boundary of Sections 13 and 14 to a point due North of the Northeast corner of Red Jacket Village, thence South to place of beginning. I'n.ler the re-.llstrlctlng of the township all the houses on the Final side ol Mine Street from Pine street to the old Mineral Range It. U. track, and all the houses on both shies of Calu m. I A i ntie. (Irani Pine street to the id Mineral Pane R. R. track, arc tahsa from district Number :t nnd be come a part of District Number 2. The following described territory a hall constitute and bt ant In this cause it appearing that dsfsndant George C. Rlondo Is not n resident of this state, but is a resident of Fairbanks, Alaska, therefore, on motion of B. K. LeGendre, solicitor for complainant, It is ordered that de fendant enter his appearance in al 1 . ause on or before four months from the date of this order, and that with ir fifteen days the complainant cause this order to be published In The Calu met News, said publication to be con tinued once in eftch week for lx weeks in succession. C. Albert Marsch, Circuit Court Commissioner. E. K. LeGendre, Solicitor for Complainant. Jan. 2, 9, 16, 23. STATE OK MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County of Houghton. At a session of said court, held at denominated I ths probate office in the village of the i-.n . .1. ii iMM.u-i .uini.ei .Nine, via; iiougnton, in said county on emprises the territory within the 2nd dav of January, A. D. 191i following sections: Sections c, 7. 8 and Present. Hon. Geo. C. Rentley. Judge the West halt ot Section 5, all In of orobate. townsnip 5, worm, Ol Range 32 West. In the matter of the estate of Data the re-distrl.-ting of .alumet M'harles E. Fickson, deceased. Township, the Last half of Section 5. Selma Ertckson having filed in which Includes Copper City, and Sec- said ourt her petition praying that UOM I :i-J and 1-9-10-11 and twelve the administration of said estate be are laken li"in District Nine an-l be- granted t. S.lma C. Erlckson or to in. a n. w district termed District I some other suitable person. Number 13. It Is ordered. That the 24th dav I h. following described territory of January A. D. 1912. at ten o'clock. shall constitute and be denominated In the forenoon, at said m-obate office. KDe I ion Distrl. t Number Eleven, viz: bo and Is hereby appointed for hearing Comprises the territory lying South of the center line of Second street nnd North and West of n line beginning at the Intersection of the centre line of Iike Linden Ave. with the West boun dary ..f (murium Village, thence South easterly along Fike Linden Ave. to Its Intersection with the centre line of Tamarack street. Then.,. Northeast ern alone Tamarack street to its inter section with the centre line or Klfth street. thence Southeasterly along Klfth street to the eastern boundary of Village, within the boundar ies ,,f Mur ium Village as at present Incorporated. Marin 2, 3, 5, , 7, I, 11, 11, 14, ll, said petition; It la Farther Ordered, That public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order, onca each week for three successive weeks pre vious to said day of hearing, In the Calumet New, a newspaper printed and circulated In said county. (Seal) GBO. C. RENTLEY, A true copy. Judge of Probata Llllas O. Mitchell, Register of Probata. A. W. Kerr, Attorney for Petitioner. 7 Ruslnes Address: Calumet, Michigan.