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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 23. 191?.
THE CALUMET NEWS r PAGE TWO Houghton Department in SENTENCE IS IMPOSED MATTI HENDRICK SON CALMLY RECEIVES SENTENCE OF JUDGE O'BRIEN IN COURT THIS MORNING. Jih!- 'Hrl-n this UieulngJ pro t.,. . ,i ... gteeMg .r life LmfrtaoOMnl ut Maium-tle prison uooii Mntti Hcn in tana viik..u, who oa Wadi v.us found guilty by a jury after four days' trial, of uiunlir in tin- llrst leur for the ahooting f Mr. Jdu Karate -t st. Mao a in Muenai H. i .lri. k'nii wan brought t ri t r . . u t hortir after n ' tleott, .luring an In laraiaaaaa in th triul of Henry Kai Jio. o! Wmoiiu, harK' U afftll attUtOTJ offense. H.- showed no agitation alien the M'titiTUT mill pronounced, whicr condemned him to spend the remaln iar or Ma day in prison, beyond riight nervoua twin lung ol ins hand. I . ha ut: recovered from the weuk neee he had exhibited on inuring the yrdet Wednesday evening. In sentencing Heiulrk ksoti. Judge o linen .stated that the prisoner had been given u fair trial, had i ,!.fendel tail that the evidence of hlH Kn ilt wae overwhelming and the rer diet correct. It whs stated to Hen drlekaoa that (fee etnae ol Michigan i i . . r cruel ami never closea tin doors of hoe to those sentenced lor lif-. iiu' holds out the prosiMH i after a te in o -...us ot the aentenve being mitigated or pardon laamd, dependent upon th- conduct at the prisoner. UNION MEETING Of WOMEN OF PORTAGE LAKE CHURCHES INTER-DENOMINATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER FOR MISSIONS. A CLASS OF SEVENTEEN. reel ium Large Baton of App'. cants for Secon . Citirenthip Papers. A largo -lasrt residents of the up- pei atal ot tin- eoanti eaaaa to Hough ton Wednesda.v . . etnr::. under tic- .ui Kldics of t i - taluimt Hrltish Aukii ean luli, ami applied to ,oiinty iM. rk Kaiser for second papers. Those ap- pi iiik far eeaond iipors are: Maraxd Moon. Kngland. l-aurlum, .Wvv Yoik. Pttj An Ii. a Zieiisak, (icrman.v. Jaurluiii, N'ew York, IV.'C: Stephen WHllanta, Kngland. ivmmon. I - -rt I'harles L, Pa l.ur.iainl. l,.iut NVvv York. May IV'-'; VIIm rt - , England, K- irtiarge. New fork 1 .".; tleolH' K. rriggcll. l-.ng-Kearairge, , w York. Mril. I9M; William Jano-s. Ktmland. t'aln net, New York, August. Ih"!; Kiehard : .ampshire, i-.niatai, Jul.. i;.'. Henry pollard, England Kenrrai Ne York, ictober, 187; John I'e.uee. Km;. land, Oatanat Ifenj York. J idal Harold ate. i:niiianii. Calqiajad, Bird York. August, lM im.m.mi MebdrdB, KnKlund, Caiuinet Si W York. S I K-r. 1S2; Willi am H. islle.f, Kngland. Calumat Port Huron, October, H H Kdward J. afoyle, England, i'aluinet. New Yortc March ; :; Martin Van line. .ml. Will Be Held at Presbyterian Church Thursday. Feb. 29. n luiai dantaplnaHonal day of ptar for hone- mis-'ioiis will l- ob f. i ii'tl I 'eh. 2S at -J. :tn ii'i i 1 k at the Houghton Predbyt avian ehurck, Tin mlfwrtrnary and otin r Indlaa aa Mil the various protest a nt chun-hen of J'ortage i ..ike. Inc hiding tl" HUiti siivti tian and Methodist churches. tiid the Itafjanntt MethodKt. DajMM and ' mgregatlonal ehurcheH Mill unite it: the meeting, at uhich the olov- iim pt- iiiruin will ie fallowed: I'rayer. Raapoaatva readlnK Hymn Here in Thi-- niorloun LaHdM lone " Anierii a." Cspenlng g4dJraaa bv kdader, Hymn- i Omy Mv Life for Thee." Thankeglvlng. Pan lenee, Hymn Nearer My Qod to Tie e." I't-t ,oti lor ourselves. Petition for one another Pat HI ii fMP our land. Addreea or hafi talhi n ity. coun try ra ;la1 and ratlalnua problem-'. Ii Tune, Missionary chant s. c'rioa ii U tun 'Christ for the World We Sin-j" J'rar er In com i rt. s, l-ioiuio readinc Matthew S-24-27. I'rayer. Hynin-'O Saviour Dear, Tmman-j ,,l" Tbankacivlnc For Woman's- Home Mlaatonarr uocletlea: for i m inin , nchoola' daneonneaaea and teaehera; for -The streiiKth of the Lord," in v. Men are labor. Hymn The Son of Qod fjoei Forth to War." Addrena "Wbal QqnipmenL Bplrit ua) and Material. Do We Need to Meet the Exigencies of the Preaent Situation in our Home Fields "" Petition! For our own race where It has teen neglected; for the Indian, African and our island brethren: for the foreinners in our midst; for the children ot foreigner in our achoole; for all in our mines, factor. ami great work rooms; for sol. Hers, sailors, pallet and firemen for those who nave geaia istrav, victims of BqSor or of sin. Hymn "T Lore Thy Ktnfdoto, Lord.'' I 'ravers "For Thy riyireh." riyntn - Son of m- BottiM Benedict ton. iike iiefftui wa weii nixh Uffapenje The portage like hoeke enthua- - ire KeUll ph-Msed With the vU - i d nu r i lie Ss lii the llrnt gwnio of the series ami if the ...i vain me ,-an miuntaiii' d. tho I'oit.iga lAkea alll-l ellich the upper wNtnula liwiiom tnr this ur. EPWORTH LEAGUE CONCERT. To Be G.ven Saturday Evening, at the Hurontown Fire Hall. Tile l.'pwoltll leugUe o Hie 1 1 lirofi town lltithndlal Wplef nnel ehttrch dti -uh i.il and program Saturday . i ng at the Huroiit.iwu tire hall, witii tin- ptoajrajai as folio era: beajah liing al eight o' lock 'o(.i Solo SlaiileN ll Ml lllio lli.il Solo li s. hy. ' al clii- t U ssrs. lope. lnstminetital sold CVtWeatte A- ry. .. .ii Btde aflaa fhnrlty Warminajton, DrBjaaev- The leugue. Veeel i.i. B ad ! I'.'V.iiing. Reodlna J. Jolly. , .i 1 1 1 113 l l uoieoi i uuri - . --,.., Miss Bthel Ja. ol.s. VOCel sol,, Mrs . W. W. FlOfh. ltt.otllll. AlOfti ItoWe. Lunch will be nerved al the conclu sion of the program. .si Lis la ,l her H. S. ! .! or. I ow nine. Miss :i Ire aajd HOUGHTON SHOOTERS LOSE. The Roaethton tiun lub lost to th hhpemlng Hun club at Ishpeming e- terdey morning in their match at 1'nioti park by the narrow margin of five bird. The Ishpemlng marksmen eared a totul of lt Mrda, as against ;i:!3 broken by their opponents. The Houghton team consisted of Ieigh Swift. P.iul Swift. Jeff Alexander. W. j jjren and v. J. (Ucherda, wiiiie th.- lahpemlng team consisted of Al F. Maltla'ul. I. m ien Baton, Dick l'r-. ninti, Barry Holt ana it. EiiiotL taming as hi Burke of OleiMnerek Miss Haxaii Herrla will conduct the ehltdren'e story hour at the public II i i or r oa aftemooii J. P. rtunt left yeetrrd.y to return i. hta home at Ann AH ar alter .. brief visit with relatives in Hougb- Fa ;. r Inspector M. J. Scully left yeeterday for Hamuette after i -nit he copji.-r ountry on huxincss. i 1 1 Bnrt Damn and Mrs. Mary- Kit, h. n of Houghton wen married ..-! r.la- . the eetvnioi ' I ' K I" T- i. i tned by Justice Little. Marriage ii.-ensvs gave been issued lo. ,i nuotti gnd Hai 1 1 1 '"'ol U ol I'ainniet and to Thomas H. Mi -i Llie an ' I.IK v Stephens ol ' ah. no t. i Martin of South lUnge Mas arraigned before Justice Utile this, morning, charged with keeping lis..r dorl house. She ideaded not guilty . i..i h r examination wa s " for March 7 at 1" a. iu. , The fiiioral of the late Miss Anne Lang, who died Wednesday uioiiiiiiK. was held HiIh mornliiK from St. Igna tius church at in o'clock, ami the body w in I ki s. ut this grternoon i" Green ! . : 't ihit'l iiieiit. A :. ri --r.il tea.-hi-rs mu ting will be 1..I.I this afternoon in the seventll grade room al the Houghton high mhool, one of the tnain eaiurea ol w lii. h is ."i address l. I.. I', v'ook on Qngllah hron a Newspaper Man'a point of N'ievv.- i.iQAL NOTlCEb. An involopi' p.-istid in the co .-r ,.f o cs-k tKKik is a band device lor i l :ng loose rs - Wh.-n making gtireet croquetlaa add a Utile sugar to the rrtintbfl in which the croquettes are to he rolled. (.i.i water h at afar able ta warm I for hcruhliig doors because it does not sink Into the wood and o dries ijutek- y. Cut 1 1 i i m ii a v i,e u.-pi from moMleg If the cut end is wet with rttasgjsur each time alter . uttiuu. incgnr will also keep he. i fresh lor a time when oii happen to ge without h e leuipoi - rtiy. j For ginger flavoring cut up two euncna ol white gfngcr put into I half pint .r i.. si grain alpglia. (ddod orlged); cork Mghtl) and let st.-ind gat I. M-vcra) weeks: then Btrgip into an- I other Isittlu and cctk again. Cubn'a lust customer far clggre i DrlUln, whiih tnkea 0JM0,(NM, averj j . ar. CHOICE RECIPES. DEER IS CONFISCATED. A doer, whi -li ha I he. n . onfis. atcl near the Indiana mlm- in i mtoniton county by (lame Warden Wilson, was received at the axprena office this morning end trill sent to th-- iirilruenry. The deer bed noi beeej evol bttt fsfr penred I nave been mught in snai-.-r trap. STANDING OF THE TEAMS. The following' is the standing oT the teams m the "oppor Country Pregg basket ball llggnU' - Veal irda Cut t wo thin slices i portions of eiual gixc: them with a layer ol - c er aeh of these with tlon of the veal, and ti with toothptogm lite iii butter, add a quart ol simmer about two hoii place the hirde oa a pi th.- stringa or plna anil i" the gravy, which thn- Ik with .i tabli spoonful of ll . al steak into pft ad half of .It pork, then another ihi -r pin together on both sides milk and let When done atter, remove ittf over t hem .a thickened What He Took. Hilary K. AJuir, the western detec tive, was pral3lu ut u bauqttet in Dubuque, the generous warmth accord ed by John D. Rockefeller I., to sher iffs, bailiffs, and other myrmidons of the law. "They dun't get treated at John D.'s." said Mr. Adair. " old C'luss once treated me. Clusa runs, you know, a saloon. 1 was watting in his place one. cold December night to nab g bigamist when Cluss came out from an inner room wrapped in a heavy ulster. 'Why. hello. Adair!' ht said, shaking me warmly by the hand. "I'm glad to sue you. Wluitii you tuke'." 'Welt,' said I, I don't know 1 m not particular." Cluss, who had been watching tne anxiously, now but ted in with the words: " Good! slip on your overcoat, then, and we'll take a walk. 1 was just starting out.' " derber. 'alumet. lltl; Mike Spel, New v, ..rk l int. Ne York. April The funeral or ' i trud of Hun town took pla.e at :i u'i ! ii I', from the rgn Intel nM nl being al Poi i l rnlng htireh, PORTACE LAKES WIN. Defeat Twin So Hockey Aggregation By Score of 6 to 4. The ho. K. ) lon gvening lake and Son raine of the 1 1 ansa, res Portage iak The Soo W.i ! ing two goals Of play. Th lie- score, hov -r the hall . mere, The ed thaa the aeoiing iin. The . omhlnat Had P.-iivahhtl 3 K .' gena w It Iner 2 1 t'aluilKt News 1 1 GoiapaT Times I 1 I I.i m och Joiirna I 1 I Mining i Mum tte I " ISHPEMING TEAM WINS. Pt i i, ate .W57 .:.'o .:,( JJM ,aee gamo pi. in ed at the Soo between tne Pu leg' p tmn n belnaj the nrsi . lies between these twa (1 in a victory for the i by the score' of 6 to 4. the tiist I.. score tniik ln the first few minutes portage Lakes aodn tied e er, and before the end eh loan) had added one . nail w as even last iiie portage Letter tO olle tor the Son. on work during; this lie it if ill. but the Portage Th.- baahet tmll game between t Iv labpanalng y. m. tv a. ami Mlulilajan Collage of Mines teams played at the lahneantng tymnasinm last aveQtng re- Mlttei in a vh tory for the Ishpemlng team hv the score of 3ti to :!.".. The ganaa vas bard fought throughout, and proved very interesting to a Inrgg crowd cf si'i-etators. Rorst Duck. Pick, draw and h ne the duck. Young ducks should l in the oven about forty minutes Id ones onfl hour and a qmirter. I'.astc frequently. Make sure that in eith ase the duck is cooked eneiigh, thai ii is very ten der before serving. H tips of lno "n 1 laid aerosvs the breasi hi le nesting Improve iho flavor. Beef Loaf. Grind together nm aeund each of 0 . and h.:e;n. A'i I olff beaten egg, five or six cravkers r ed line a table apoonful of butter . . einniRh rich, mill;. rem i ay tentai - inoe fa make tin- mixture hold (hi r, B eaon witt) salt and peppei mlg thofoaghlv .ml pat into a loll. luge an bOOr in a slow oven, Broiled Ham. Providence In Human Affaira. If a great Ghanffg hi to be made in 1 human affairs, the tnlnde of men will i be fitted to it, tho general opinions and feelings will draw that way. Ev i ery fear, every hope, will forward it; and then they who persist in oppoa , ing this mighty current in hurruin af i fairs will appear rather to resist tho decrees of Providence itself than the decrcea of men. Kdtr.und Hutke. Feb. 10-:3 March l-fc r TH OP H1CHIOAN, The Probate Court for the County of Houghton. At a session of said Court, held at the Probate Office in the Village of RossghtOM In said county, on ths thirteenth day of February, A. D., lilt. Present: Hon. Geo. C. Bentley. Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the Kstate of Frank Knlved Dectweed. Theresa Knlvel, widow of deeased, having tiled :ii said court her petition praving that a ceragtg Instrument in writing, jiurporting to he the last will and testament of said de. eased, now on Die in said court lie admitted to probate, and that the administration of said estah be granted to John Knl vi I and John M. vers or to IONIC other suitable person. It i.. irderi d, That the Flev .-nth dav Of Maivh. A. 1).. 1912. at ten o'clock Ii- the forenoon, at said probata oltid. he and Is hereby appointed for lie.n i 1 1 1 . wild pi t It Ion. It is Further Ordered, That public notice there, f be given hy publlca t Ion of a copy of Ibis order once each week for three successive weeks previous to s.ihl dav of hearing. In the Calumet News, a newspaper printed and circu lated in said county. (Seal) GKO. C. BFONTLP.T, A true copy. Judge of Probate LtthM Q. Mitchell. ltegister of Probate. Mm Donald & Kerr. Calumet. Ittchlfjan. tore, "ii m.iiion of a. w. Kerr, aoUci. tor for ( omplalnant, It is ordered nuit the said defendant enter his appear ance in said cause oa or before f,)Ur months from the date oC this order and that within twenty days Lbs com plainata cause the order to be publish ed In the calumet News, u newapaper published and circulated in the Coun ty of Houghton und State of Michi gan, said publication to be continued on.-e In each week for six met g -eekS. lat -d rhhl 31st day of January, a D. 1912. C. Albert Marsch circuit Court Coinmisslon-r. Houghton County, Mi. higan. A. W. Kerr. Solicitor for Complainant, It.isiness a.ldress: Calumet. Michigan. Have the ham Freshen It sliKhi . ler o-,-r nlghi enough water i d rather thick j soaking in cold ij pat - lioiling it lit. o ar, kpe dry, place between th. hirs pf a gridiron and brown lightl; en both sides. Sea n wit 1 1 pi i pi 1 1 more s (U If m ed - ayayfiaf 1 td ' I ed and nerve . - oL HOUGHTON BREVITIES HOUSEHOLD HINTS. French ohaiic ill remove grenad potl ffCm dfi aterial. Pnl Rherldan went to Twin Lnhci for a visit yeeterday. It. s. iturko of Houghton I i enter- To keep ft par. have a bttg f"i I In good condition hum; inside the LUNCHEON SALAD has received the highest praise every where for its'unusually delicious quali ties. VbucanmiSceit, herc'itherecipe: Knox l-. .ill li i-,. Srrtrvilliirr.nl Bray Kno, packtr a M -t apiilrt. (plrcrit r crtrry cut In in. ill t aisist Distiitvr in I I rr. Wlir IppWff. llrr., , rtrrv and niiuiae limaiDf. ni J rnvrl.,,-, g, . J iuil quern ul Jelly. Our Recipe Book with countless dainty rrciprs, srnl frit for your grocer's name. Oat, B. Knm Co. 400 Kmi are. Juhnilewn, N. Y. Feb. 9, 16, 23. STATK OF MICHIOAN, The probate court for the County of Houghton, At a session of said court held at the probaie oillce. In the village cf H anejhtofai in said county, on th" 1st day "f pt l.ruary, A, D. till PI a . ut, Hon. Ceorge C. Hentley, Judge of Probate. In the gtdtteV "f the estate of Ig nacy lieiiM, de. eased. Felicia liens having filed In said c unt her petition praying that a cer tain Instrument In writing, purporting to he the last will and testament of ggJd deceaeed, gnacy liens, is- now- on I file in an Id court he admitted to pro-1 hate, and that the administration of! said estate be granted to Stephen KM- rioweekl gnd PYanh Zeetrichoweh) ori to otne other suitable person. It is Ordered. That the -'Mb day of Pebrnnry, a. d. Ills, at ten o'clock in1 the forenoon, at said probate office,) he and is hereby appointed for exam- Inlnic and allowing said account and! In ftling said jictltlon. It a Fni lhei- irdered, Thnt public I Police thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order, once each Week, for three successive weeks pre vious to said day of hearing, In the i'aluinet News, a newspaper printed and (in itiated in said county. (Seal) OKI C HKNTLKY. A true copy. Judge of Probate. Li! tea c. Mlt'iiell. Beni dec el probate. iBlbratth McOormack, Attorneys for Instate, Husiner.s Address-: falumet, Michigan. Pah. i, 9. Ifi. 23. STATR OF MICHNMN, The probate court for the County al Houghton. At a session of said court, held at the probate office In the village of Houghton in said county, on the 1st day of. February, A, D. 1912. Pes. nt, Hon. Ceorge C. Bentley .Indue of Probate. In tin matter of the estate of Mi chalhM liens, deceased. Felicia I lens having filed in laid Court her petition praying that the ai ld Inlet rgt tOfl of said estate be granted to herself or to some other suitable person. It is Ordered, That the 2Sth day or Fcbruu v. A. I). 1912. at ten O'clock In the forenoon, at said prolate office, ho and is hereby appointed for hearing snid petition: It is Further Ordered, That public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order, once In each week for three successive weeks previous to said day of heartm; in the Calumet News, a nowapagei printed and circulated In said county. (Seal) GEO. O. HKNTLKY. A true copy. Judge of Probata f.lllns O. Mitchell, Register of Probate. Oalbrgrth A Mit'ormack. Attorneys, nw F.state. Ruerneee addreea: Celnmet. sftehtgnn. I -'el). 2. 9. 1. 23; March 1. S. BTATI Of Mh'Hlc.w The circ uit court for the County of Houghton, in ciiaiicery. Tillle Hcakbta, compluinant vs. Jehn It Hoskins, (lefi-ndant. County gfj j HoiiKbton, ss. In this raUBC It appearing that the) dnfendent, John U. Hoskins is i: resi- denl .-I th.- state of KHnneeota; there Feo. HI; Mar. I, s, 15. STATK OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County of Houghton. At a session of said Court, held at the Probate Office in the Village of Houghton in said County, on the 23rd dav of February A. D. 1912. Present: Hon. Geo. C. Bentley, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estate of ktlohl tisa Albert Liisanp Huovinen, dent I ed. Kaisa Antiutr Huovinen having Hied it sai l court her petition praying that the administration of said estate be granted to N. A. Huonavaara or to some ither suitable person. It is Ordered. That the Ifth day ol March, A. D., 1912, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at sal.l probate office, hi and is hereby appointed for hearinK said petition: It is Further Ordered. That public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order, once each week for three successive weeks pre vious to said day of hearing, In the Calumet News, a newspaper printed and circulated In said county. (Seal) OEO. C. HKNTI.ET, A true conv. Judge (r Pi UhClaX Lilian ; Mitchell, Register of Probate. N. A. Huonavaara, AttCCnCy for Pi titloner. nusiness address: I.aurluni, Michigan. Nickel Plate Safety Pins all sizes, per c;irl C lean Sweep Sale lc Tubular Shoe Laces per tloxen Clean Sweep Sale 3c Pillow Slips size 36x45 Clean g Sweep' Mr Sale 4aaW Extra Large Turkish Towels Clean Sweep Sale 10c German Knitting Worsted Yarns Clean Sweep Sale 20c Menneifs Talcum Powder 25c size Clean Sweep Sale 10c Ladies Hair Nets all si.ades Clean Sweep Sale 2c CALUMET MICHIGAN Trade at the Savings Bank and Save Money American Fast Color Prints per yard Clean J f n S3T 1-2C Apron Ginghams per yard Clean Sweep Sale 5c Men's Canvas Gloves ioc value Clean y Sweep BaC Sale Final Wind-up of Our Successful CLEAN SWEEP SALE Just a few of the many exceptional bargains we are offering for the last few days of this sale, which positively ends Thursday, February 29. Embroidery 40 inches wide per yard CIan Sweep Sale 25c Ladies & Children's Home Knit Hose per pair Clean Sweep Sale 47c Ladies Serge Dresses New 1912 Spring Style all colors Sweep 5,00 Sale w,ww Children's High Cut Shoes sizes 5 to 8 $I..25 kind Clean Sweep Sale 95C Ladies Union Suits winter weight $1.25 value isr 89c Boys High Cut Shoes Black or Tan Sizes 9 to I3 $1.75--$2.00 values Clean Sweep Sale 149 Men's Home Socks per pair Knit 39c ftttactel Children's Leggings Men's Hemstitched Handkerchiefs Special Value Clean Sweep Sale 3c Lace Curtains 2 1-2 yds. long l per pair Clean Sweep Sale 39c Children's Ribbed Underwear Clean Sweep Sale 10c Boys Sweater Coats 25c Clean Sweep Sale 5Uc; value