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member of the Associate Press. Today'g News Today, THE CALUMET NEW THE WEATHEIk- SHOWERS TONIGHT OR SATURDAY; WARMER SATURDAY. VOL XX RECIPROCITY NOT AFFECTED . BYCOAWION Combining of Forces of Insurgent Republicans and Democrats Won't Endanger Pact Says Penrose DEFEAT FOR ROOT AMENDMENT Even the Senator Himself Now Sees No Hope For Favorable Action on His Proposal, Action Expected Monday. "Washington. D. c. June 23. Chair man Penrose, of the Senate conunlt- - vu miJiue, saia toti.iy that tlie Canadian reciprocity hill will not fail ly reason of the new coalition between the Insurgent Republicans and Demo crats, which placed the regular repub licans In the minority. It Is expected that the Root amend inent to the Canadian reciprocity bill will bo defeated. Not even Senator Root himself now expects that it will bo paused. The, Senate agreed to vote next Monday on the Root amendment. Would Eliminate Recall. Delegate Cameron of Arizona today requested the Senate committee on territories to amend the Arizona con stitution by eliminating the provision for the recall of Judges. Rumors of a Recess. Rumors of a recess of congress from July 1st to October 1st, to tide the ex tra session oer the heated season, was revived today, along with an agree ment In the Senate to adjourn from today until Monday. None of the Sen ate or House leaders avowed knowl edge, of the reported recess. CHILDREN'S DAY PROGRAM. Exercises Will De Held at Red Jacket Congregational. Children' day wll be observed at the Red Jacket Congregational church Sunday morning. The entire service will be devoted to the children and a fine program has been prepared, and In addition to a fine program of reci tations, hours anil drills by the little ones, several children will be baptised. The program in full Is as follows: March of Sunday school children. Invocation ami laird's Prayer. Hymn, (lather Them In. North, Fast, South and West, Misses la rloc Puller, Irene Jacka. Ruth Tinker and Floiso Tobln. Song, on Children's Day. Primary department. The Use of Flowers. Dorathy Ren net ts. Flowers and Pdrds, Girls of begin ner's class. Scripture Rending and prayer, pas tor. Hymn, O Day of Rett and Gladness. Recitation, Miss Mabel Fnnls. Primary song. If I Were a Sunbt'sm. Humility, Norma Soddy. Recitation, Elsie Knnls. Song, Roses, two classes of glii. Piano solo, pearl Trudgeon. The Pansles. Misses Mlon Fng Mrom, Lettle Mundy and l isle Mou lder. Recitation. Roy Fddy. Primary song. The Rirdies. Eunice Tucker. Solo, Forget-me-nots, Miss Merle Oliver. Recitation. Miss Jean I.nLondo. Sunbeam march. Primary depart ment. The Loaf of Pread. four boys. Collection Exercise, class treasurers. Primary song. Something for Jesus. Welcome to Cradle Roll. Paid Trud Reon. Solo, iah Vivian. Offering. Song by school. Open the Poor. Hlft VICTIM RECOVERING. George Campbell, Formerly of Calu met, Not Yet Arraigned. George Campbell formerly of Calu met, now under arrest at Pont lac awaiting the outcome of the Injuries to Renjamtn Day, w nom he struck Saturday night, has not yet horn ar raigned. Day shows signs of Improve ment and the chances of Ida recovery now appear favorable. Campbell hns not asked for an ar raignment. He says he prefers to slt until the outcome of Ifciy's In juries a re certain and la no hurry to go Into court. His mother, wife and sister, called nt the Jail to see Camp bell today and were much pleased to learn the Injured man Is likely to re rover, nays the Pontine Presa-C.a-aotte. BOY BREAKS LEG. Stephen Frnnzeovlak. of Rockland street, whs playing on the snow fence, ''ear the Albion trestle. Wednesday evening, when he fell, breaking one of his legs. The boy was taken to the r. If. hospital, where the fracture reduced. SEEK UNIFORM LAWS IMPORTANT CONFERENCE CONSIDER PUDLIC UTILI TIES LEGISLATION. TO New York. June 23.Lanl:erii. rail road presidents, manufacturers college professors, it,r .;,,.,. ni(. sentatives of almost every ether phai;e or the complex citizenship of the I'tilt fd States assen .bled in conference here "day. under direction of the National Cit. Federation, to consider the ...i. J''ct of nnirorm public utilities legis lation througl t the states President Seth Iw or the Civic Federation called t. conference to or der and delivered the opening address. Among tho.se actively interested in the movement and the mot of whom were n hand at the opening of the onf. r ence pre Franklin K. Lane of the- In terstate Cnmrueree Commission, pres ident William C. r.rovvn of the New Vork Central, President Robert Mather of the Westinghouse Company. Oscar S. Strauss, runner Secretary of Com merce it ne! Labor: Wnrrm S! e...... head of the International I'.rotherhood "f Locomotive Kngineers, and Timothy Mealy, head of the International liro therhood of Stationary Firemen. PLOT AGAINST MADERO. Enemies Already Sowing Seeds of Dis content Among Peons. Mexico City, June 23. The most subtle plot of the and-Mid.ro .action in Mexico, just discovered, probably will prove the most dangerous the leader will have to contend with when becomes president, as he undoubt edly will in the national elections the l.rst week In October. Enemies of Madero have scattered broadcast throughout the republic the 'innouneement that as soon as he be comes president. Madero will seize the vast estates of the feudal land owners end divide the land among the peons. Eighty-live per cent of the Mexicans can neither read nor write, ami the an nouncement, scattered by men sup posed to be friendly with Madiio, has been received with wild acclaim. When Madero becomes president and the t.IMli,(MM peons of Mexico discover that he cannot divide the great estates free anions the peons, Madero" friends fear there will follow an uprising that will unseat him. The bind iiie-stiu De nied prominently in the fall of Pi. 12. The Madcroists have begun a cam paign of education in the hope of showing the peons that Madero can not divide the estate free among them. The present c facto government, un der de a p.arra. Is showing great goodwill toward Madero in regard to I. Hid m. titers and is investigating all the land holdings In the country. Many land owners - ha w s-iuatie-d on great tracts of land and tented them out. This land will be seized by the gov ern nt and sold to the peons, lut this will be as near as Madero will go in giving free land to the people. STRAWBERRY SHIPMENTS. Ontonagon Farmers Expect Large Crops This Year, irgrr strawberry shipments are expected from Ontonagm county to Chicago, Milwaukee, lower Michigan aril copper country points this year than ever before. The berries ripen ed two weeks oailier than usual this year and the .-eason Is now at Its height with Indications pointing to the fact that It will continue si for sev etal weeks. Plenty of pickers are available this year and no trouble is anticipated In that direction. The most popular berry with On tonagon growers Is the "Senator Pun lap," a perfect male plant, producing a medium-sl.ed berry with a sphndid flavor and dark red color, through and through. other popular berries are the "Pride of Michigan." "Portion." "August Luther." "Wartleld and Ke drrwood." all of which are extensively grown. The largest shippers In the Ontona- ron district are Danl-I Nehrner and perns. James Oxgall. John Strode. Ilenrv Lowe and Crocker Prothe-rs, all of whom have large strawberry Held'. CALUMET BOYS TO ATTEND. This City to be Represented at Y. M. C. A. State camp. Raymond Hurt. Arthur Chamberlln and Merrill M uno win ..-...- evening for Torch Lal.e. Antrim 1 ll.n l.ifh KcllOOl COll- county, 10 aiieno lerence camp that " be In progress luring the next two weeks under me auspices of the siace 1 " will be about one hun-lre-ei mgn whim.. tndents from nil parts of state ni the conference, and ino im n. . .1 1 ..rod iit.lv (in be spent plOHsam.. returning to Calumet the mgn scoo, ... . . 1... I- L ,.. In.K'e campers will impnri - and experience to the PmmI boys .f the Y M. C A- w,, wi" K eiimp i (Stand Marals. Keweenaw oouni. $30,000 MEMORIAL CHURCH. - ..... .tune 21. -Congressman William M. McKlnley of the Nino ,().n,n Illinois district has contrlhut-r- MO.O(M) for h university chore h t Champaign. III.. " as H..n....m... t n m.'etlng "f ti.o rres.e,,... ..... of Illinois. The ennr. n w. . - memorial to his fattier, .no , jdeorge McKinlcy. CALUMET, HOUGHTON COUNTY, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE DEMONSTRATION TOR KING AND QUEEN TODAY Eight Million Subjects Cheer Sov ereigns as Royal Procession Winds Through London's Streets ALMOST EQUALS CORONATION Americans and Canadians Take Prom inent P.iit Queen Mjry is Much Pleased by Dcmom,tr.Jtion of Loyalty. London. June 2.1. t'pward.i of eight million men, women and children are estimated to have witnessed the Royal Progress through London today. To the great majority of Londoners and visitors as well the pt esdon was of greater interest than the coronation Itself, for comparatively a very few had an opportunity to view yesterday's pageant rj. It was shortlj afbT 11 e.'clocl; thH morning w in n the- I ming of cannon from the artillery detachment sta f I in St. James Park, immediate ly at the r ar of Pin kinghain Palace. aim. Mimed to the hundreds of thous ainhi who had take n their pla es along the mute that the King and "imc n had entercel their carriage and that the- rojal procession was prepared to move. Magnificent Procession. The' state carriage in which their Majesties rode, and whbdi was a veri table .Ire, 1111 in artistic Ri.hl and blue enameling, was drawn bv eight white hor. e--, with outriibTs In uniforms ed scarlet and gold. Two Irtiiidrcd Life- C.uards in their magnificent uniforms and mounted upon black chargers cleared the way lor tin- procession. Immediately be fore' the carriage- galloped a sipiad e.f Inelian Cavalry. Immediately behind Inarched the Colonial detachments. All branche-s .if the two services were represe iited in the line. 50,000 Troops Line Route. The route of tin procession was freuii PucMngham Palace up Constitu tion Hill and the tice by way of Pice-a-elilly, St. James's Street, pall Mall, Trafalgar S-piare, The Strand, Fleet Stree t. Ludgate Mill, St. Paul's 'hurc h ard, Queen Victoria Street and King William Street to London Hrldge. where the procession passed over Into Southwa rk. Fifty thousand troops lined the route and at every important street inte-r- se-ction there- was stationed a mili tary band, whiell pla.i-d the- national anthem as the roal carriage- passed. Pack of the troops were- the spectators, a veritable sea e.f faces, men, women and children, enthusiast h almost to ildness. Never before, probably, hail a lirltish sovereign received a more cordial greeting at the hands of his or her subjects. The roar started at the moment that the King and (Jueen de scended the.- ttpos of the nalace to their carriage, and It lasted until their return. Queen Much Pleased. It wan a popular reception in every son:-o of the word. Myriads of dainty white handkerchiefs Muttered In the air on either side of the fashionable avenue through which the procession passed In Its early stages and seeineel to keep time with the hoarse cheering of the masculine element, while chil dren tossed out nosegays and baskets full or loose (lowers, only to be tram pled under the feet of the horses or crushed muter ine w neeis 01 cue e .1 1 liages. When the carriage turned Into Pic cadilly a large number of members of the Stock Exchange who occupied' a special rtatnl sang Rule Prittania with telling effect. A little farther on was a large stand occupied exclusively by Americans. Other stands mid win dows were filled with hundreds of Ca nadians, w ho cheered t nthu: lastlcally and waved their tlags as (heir Majes ties came Into view. The Queen seemed especially pleased with the loyal demonstration by the representa tives of the great overseas dominion and acknowledged the greeting by a graceful Inclination of her head. MERGER IS PROPOSED. C. E. Society Seeks to Absorb Young Peoples Societies in State. A proposed merger of the Fp worth League, the Rapt 1st Young People's I'nion and the Christian Fmleavor So ciety will bo eonsldoreil during tho convention of the state organization of Kndeavors which Ins opened in De troit, leaders In the Itaptlst union favor a union with the Slate Christian lindeavor Society, but expressions of dissent from leading Methodists Indi cate that the Presbyterians will en counter elltlie-ultle-H In trying to absorb tho lOpworlh lieaguo, the young peo ples' soe b'ty e.f the Methodist churches of Michigan. HOT IN CHICAGO TODAY. Chicago. III. June 23. Three per sons are dead and a score prestratoe! by the heat today. The thermometer at noon was fi. TROOPS MASSACRED THOUSAND TURKdSH SOLDIERS ARE SLAIN BY LARGE FORCE OF REBELS. Hodeldalr. Arabia. June 17, via Aden June 23. Rebels in great forces today surprised and cut up a Turkish column commanded by Mahomed AM Pas.ia, outside r.hoczan, a lown mi the lied Sea, about pit) mil. -a north of llo dcldaii. A thousand Turkish r.ildiers were klllc.J and '.Mhomed All Pafha Is missing. ROWE-WHITE NUPTIALS. Pretty Wedding Solemnized at Home of Bride in Osceola. A very pretty June- wedding was r olemni.eel last evening, at the hmn of Mr. and Mrs. James Rowe of Store -trect, Osceola, when their dau,;-hter. Miss Ruby Iol.i bee '.4 mo the biidi; of Henry White of Laurtum. Rev. W. H. Collycott. pastor of the Osceola M. K. church officiated, the ceremony taking place In the parlor of the heuue which was beautifully decorated. The bride was gowned In a pretty dress of white mull and carried a hoii- ejuet of roses. Miss Mildred Ruwo, sister of the bride;-, was maid of honor and Miss Li..io White, sister of the groom, bride-sma id. They were dressed in white and carried pink carnations. flic groom was supported by his broth- er. Albert White and Alex Kowo, a brother of (he bride. Miss Clads Rowe. a sister of the bride, plae. Lohengren'a wedding man h iis the party entered the parlor. The bride was given away by her father. Wedding supper was rerved immed iately following the ceremony, and an informal reception was conducted. The home was beautifully decorated in green ami while. Mr. tend Mrs. White will make the-ir home on Florida street, Lauiium, en their return trom .1 short hone miaul. Wedding at Mohawk. The wedding of Mi.-s Maud Will lams, daughter of Mr, and l.Mirs. Rich ard Williams eif Mohawk, to Harry Rut tor w as solemnized at ." o'c lock last evening at the home e.f the bride's parents. Rev. 11. ..Magahay edllciating. Misses Pertha llebhard and Martha Pooley were bridesmaids and the groom was attended ly hi 4 brother, William Rutter mid Alexander Martin. Miss Little liistiuan played the wed ding; march nm.' little- LM issi-s Kmnn Hudson and Anna Itarkla were (lower girls, while Cladys Cowan was ring be-are-r. The bride wore a beautiful dress of ore-am silk and carried roses. Wedding supper was served lmmc dlately following the ceremony. The Wiliams' home was beautifully deco rated, the color scheme being white, green and pink. i.Mr. and Airs. Rutter will leave this evening for liwer LMic'.i igan w he-re they will spend the-ir hon eymoon and they will be- at home on Stanton avenue after July 31. M i he Ichich- Brisk i. Another wedding soleninled In Cal umet this week was that of Miss Vic toria P.rivkl. to (Charles Mliurhich of the Metropolitan Insurance com pany staff. The ceremony was per formed Wednesday at the Xt. Joseph's church by Rev. Fr. Klopcic. PLAN TOUR TO JAPAN. University of California Baseball Team May Make Trip, San Francisco, Cal., Ju:i 21 --The far and middle west appear to contain tho only big universities that are fiin-f bitlous regarding foreign haseba.il tours. Announcement conies from the University of California that there is a pessibility of that university eon i ir.g a baseball team to Japan. The Californians are to make the trip at the Invitation of Wwseda and IU-i-' universities. The trip, however, will not be made until 1912. Although .o definite announcement has been .link' that the team will be sent to Japan, the projert leakeel out. SHAFT MINERS WANT GAMES. Willing to Play Calumet League Team on Picnic Day. The Red Jacket shaft miners have organized a baseball team with the following line-up: T. lioggio, cateher; J. Pnsipilnolli, pitcher; 15. ISessnnen, first base; (. Lahme, second b.oc; J. Turk, third base; ().. Leionen. short stop; W. Peterson. left fielder; H. Cad well, center fielder and F. Carter, right Holder. A. Nelson Is a substitute player, and Fdward Dion is manager. The team is anxious to arrange games and Is willing- to meet any team in Northern Michigan. An effort will be made to arrange a contest with tho Calumet league team for n game to bo played on the date ef the C. S- If. miners' picnic, Aug. . BIG PARADE IN DULUTH. Duluth. Minn., June 2.1. Sweden will parade tho streets of ldduth to day, twenty thousand stremg, oomlng from air parts of tho northwest, attending tho eelbiatlon cr Swedish Mid -summer Day. Tho weather Is cool or ceild. STORAGE PLANT BURNED. Chicago, 111., Juno 2.1. Fire practi cally eb-treiyed the largo plant of tho Hammond Ste.rage company In West Hammond today. Tho building was stored with hay and grain, and the loss is estimated nt nlsiut f.'.n.nim. HOPKINS SAYS HE HAD HEARD OF CORRUPTION Former Illinois Senator Testifies Before Lorimer Investigating Committee of Senate Today COUIDNT DISCOVER SOURCE Declares He Couldn't Get to the Bot tom of the Stories That Money Had Been Us.cd to Help Pre-ent Solon. Washington, I). C, June 23. Former Senator Albert J. Hopkins testified be fore the Lorimer investigating com mittee today and said he had heard many rumor. of the.- use of money in accomplishing th- election of lyuimer. but he was unable to "put his finger" on any corruption. Asked if he believed any Republi cans who deserted him for iAuimor in the se u.itol tal c le-e tion bad done k 1 ! because e.f Irnpropor influence, the witness declined to answer. FINE DANCE PROGRAM. C. & H. Orchestra to Play for Boys' Favorite Club. The C. & II. orchestra has been en gaged to furnish music for the dancing party to be given at the Fleet He park. Friday. June 3't, under the auspices e.f the poys' Favorite club, and has pre pared the following program: Two-step Who Are Yon With To night ? Waltz Carden of Dreams. Two-stop Kiss Me. Walt. Clolden Wedding. Twe-stop - William Tell. Waltz Poet and peasant. Twe.-step Fvory Lllth- 'Meivement. Waltz Kveiiing Star. Two-step Daughters e.f American Revolution. Walt. -Coming Through the Rye. Tw o-step American Habit. Waltz iMe-et Me Tonight in Dream land. Two-step We Have Kept the Cold en Rule. Waltz Over the Waves. Two-step Silver Pell. Waltz II Trovatore. Fxtra Yuc-alana Man. (Two-step.) Fxtra Flower of Love. (Waltz.) FOOD SUPPLY TO COST $6,000. Stato Guard Commissary Figuring on Supplies for Camp. Lansing; Mich., Juno 23. Food sup plies for tne-ii arid horse-s for tho na tional guard while in camp at Port Huron will cost the state $l!.Ooa. The state will feed 2.4'mi men and 330 bead of horses. Major Oscar Kilslrorn of lirnnd Rapids has charge of tho com missary and will bo n busy man. Cities, sections of the state or rail roads having pieces of property which they believe will make suitable sites for the annual maneuver camps now have an opportunity to present their bids to the camp site commission. The commission will meet bere Tuesday and go over e.ffers that have been received. ALUMNI RECEPTION AT PARK. The annual reception of the Calu met high school alumni to toe grad uates of the class of 1 ! 1 1 will be held thia evening at the F.loctrlc park. The C. & II. orchestra has been engaged to furnish music for the occasion and two special street pars have boon ,-o-cured to transport those who care to make the trip to the park. The cars will leave Red Jacket at 7:45 and Iiurium at 8 o'clock. Pefore the dancing begins, a short concert pro gram will be rendered. 400,000,000 ENVELOPES. Washington. June 23. About 400,. ooo.ono envelopes will be needed dur ing the next four years to carry on the correspondene-e of tho government service. Postmaster-Oeneral Hitch cock dosed a contract for them today with a Cincinnati firm for $233.r.56. a saving of $2."., ono, as compared with the present contract price. TO WED CAVALRYMAN. Washington, Juno 23. Former Sen ator Henry (Jassaway Davis of West Virginia has announced the engage ment of hie granddaughter. Katborlno Frown. In Lieut. Chester P. Rarnett, Fifteenth cavalry. V. S. A. Tho wed eiing probably will take place next t ictober, upon the return from abroad of Miss Frown's sunt and eousln. Mrs. Stephen P. F.lklns, and (Miss Kathrr Ine Flklns. PROGRESS OF SEE CASE. Chicago. III.. Juno 23. In the trial of Fve-lyn Arthur Se-o today, eetunsel for Se-o examined Mjss Itrldgcs with a view to showing that her father had shown little concern for her at times and that whllo Mr. Fridges was on a trip to the pacific coast he had neg-b-cted the daughter. 23, 1911 HITS DIVORCE EVIL DR. LEETE OF DETROIT SAY8 CHURCH SHOULD HELP TO SUPPRESS IT. Detroit. Mli n.. June 23. American divorce laws,- the laxity of their en forcement, and the declining moral standard of the men and women who take advantage of the present system, were heavily se-ored by Rev. Dr. Fred erick D. Lfftn pastor of Central Meth odist church at jesterday aftemoon'a session of the Michigan Christian Cit izenship convention, held In V. .M. C A. hall under the auspices of the Na tional Reform association. "Today marriage Is so lightly es teemed by many that they look upon divorce as a convenient means of es cape from bonds which they accepted either as temporary, or without in appreciation of their true meaning," said Dr. Leete. "And the most alarm ing fact Is the Increase, which at Its present rate, will In a short time cor rupt the whole marriage relationship and blast the bedrock of the home. Rut I cannot believe that this Is pos blble. Some Reasons for Conditions. "The legal crime Is working Into the church, too, so that the min'ster who today attacks the divorce evil Is almost certain to receive letters ot protest from members Of his. congre gation. Kither the church must urge Itself of this sin or It must be de- rt royed." "Social evils cannot find legal cures." he continued. "The church must purge Itself of low Ideals. At present there Is practically no per son, no matter how low er immoral, who cannot find a minister to marry him or her. Where Intolerable condi tions do exist, separations without re marriage are pardonable; no scriptural or moral objection can tie alleged." 79.000 JAPS IN HAWAII. Coffee Industry There Has Passed Into Hands of Orientals. Washington, June 23. That Japan's recently adopted polio of expansion by colonization In the Philippine- and Central and South American was foreseen by the army closed college. Is Inelicated by data gathered by army ofllcers and disclosed today. It Is shown that more than 79,000 Japanese have settled In Hawaii and their number Is constantly Increas ing. ( " - In the Philippines, there are now less than 3,ono Japanese, according to the army . figures. Americans, who have studied the" results of Japanese colonization of Hawaii view with apprehension the new pedicles of the Toklo government. The eoffe-o industry In Hawaii, sec ond In importance mnly to the sugar industry, has passed out of Ameri can control, has passed out of Ameri can eontrol Into the hands of Japan ese planters and it Is predicted that it will not bo long before the Japan ese gain e-ontred of (he sugar Industry also. PRINCE EDWARD IS 17. Heir to English Throne Celebrates Birthday Today. London. June 23. Next to King George It is probablo that most public attention has centered this week In his eldest son and heir. Prince Fdward, who celebrates his seventeenth birth day today. At the present time Prince Fdward is giving much attention to the preparations for his Investiture which Is to take place at Carnarvon Castle next month. Whether he shall go to Oxford next fall or enter Sand burst for a short military course seems not to have been determined as yet. In any event It I3 regarded as likely that his royal Highness will soon have a separate establishment of his own. Various places have been mentioned already, among (hem Frogmore. ICELANDIC SYNOD MEETS. Winnipeg, Man.. June 23. The Ice landic Lutheran Synod of America be gan it3 twenty-seventh annual meet ing In this city today with an attend ance of delegates from many points throughout Canada and the t'nited States. The synod will continue its sessions until next Tuesday. EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS. Madrid. June 23. Hundreds of pre lates and prlesls of th Roman Catho lic Church throughout tho world have arrived In Madrid to attend tho Fin-h-arlsdo Congress. Tbe Catherine- w"' have Its formal opening tomorrow and will continue until tho end of Juno. BRIDGE BETWEEN STATES. St. Croix. Wis.. June 23 Public of ficials of Wisconsin and Minnesota took part In the exercises today at tending the formal opening of the new bridge which spans the st. Croix Riv er and eonnen-ts the towns of St. Croix on tho Wisconsin sldo and Taylors Falls on the Minnesota side. ,1 TAFT AT FALL RIVER. Fall River, Mass.. June 23. Presi dent Taft i.ald a brief visit to Fall River today wnd delivered an aeblress connection with tho celebration f the 100th anniversary of the beginning of the cotton manufacturing Industry In New Fnglaml, NO. 200 GREAT EFFORT 10 SAVE WOMAN FROM CALLOWS Petitions Pour Into Ottawa From U .S. Begging Mercy For Angelino Napolitano of Canadian Soo PEOPLE EVERYWHERE AROUSED As Day for Execution Approaches Fervent Pleas Are Made That 6he Be Sentenced for Life or Al . lowed to Go Free. Des (Moiney, la., June C3. Thij sec tion of Iowa is tremendously Inter ested In the Napolitano case, over 25, 000 petitions for the woman's pardon havijig already gone to the governor general of Canada through the Des Moines ews. Thousands more have been sent direct. The rush of peti tions Is BO great that It has seriously hampered the malls and hundreds more pour into the newspaper office eah day. Interest is even greater than that shown in the fate of Mrs. Tolls in New Jersey. Toledo Has Many Petitions. Toledo, ()., June 23. iMost of the pe titions for clemency In the Napolita no case have been sent direct to Karl Grey. The Toledo News-Bee. which is taking an active part In the cam paign for the prospective mother's life, estimates that l.f.00 have already signed. Thousand upon thousands more undoubtedly will do so when they realize toe situation. West States in Plea. Tacoma, Wash., June 2.1. All Ta eoma is Etirred by the proposed hang ing of Angelino Napolitano, at Sault Ste. Mario, nnt. Petitions for her numbering 2,6no, have tx-on forward ed to tho governor generul of Canada by the Tacoma T'mes, which reports that the Hood has only Just begun. Convict Gives H'is Savings. Columbus. O.. June J3. A convict In' the- stil pcniteMitiary here lias sent $l.f0 all ho had to help save the lire of Angelino Napolitano. await ine death In an Ontario Jail. Women's . lubs and other organizations, num bering thousands of members, have passed strong resolutions urging Karl Grey to pardon the woman. The Co lumbus Citizen receives hundreds of signed petitions from Individuals by every mail, and has alrewdy forward ed 5.000. Indiana Women Aroused. Terre Haute, Ind., June 3. The Torre Haute post Is receiving scores of Napolitano petitions by every mall delivery. Over 500 arrived in the first few days and Interest hourly grows more Intense. Over 15,000 From Evansville. Evansvllle, Jnd.. June 23. Over 15. 000 Evansvllle men Bnd women have petitioned for Angelino Napolltano's life, their plea a being forwarded by the Bvansville Press. Thousands more from, the city and vicinity have been sent direct to Harl Grey. Women Asks Mother's Pardon. Akron, O.. June 23. Akron women and those of surrounding towns are deeply Interested in the Napolitano case. The Akron Press already has received .V'O petitions to forward to Canada's governor-general. Thousands Sign in St. Paul. St. Taiil. Minn.. June 23. Two thou sand petitions for the pardon of An gelino Napolitano have been forward ed In one batch by the St. Paul Dally News. larger shipments undoubted ly will be made during: the next two weeks. Thousands are sending their pleas direct. , Texas Joins in Gigantic Plea. Dallas, Tex.. June 23. Hundrds of petitions for clemency In the Napoli tano case have been received by tho Dallas Dispatch from its readers and forwarded to Canada. According to the postal authorities a much larger number are being; sent direct. Tne fate of this mother-to-be haa stirred the warm hearts of all Texans. Cleveland Gets 12,000 Quick. Cleveland. (.. Juno 23. With public? Interest only beginning te be aroused, 12.000 signed petitions have been re ceived by tho Cleveland nress for transmission to Fnrl Grey. There Is every Indication of a deluge of plea i from this vicinity on behalf of An gelino Napolitano within the next week. . KETTLE FALLS CELEBRATES. ' Kettle Falls. Wash., Juno 23. Many pioneers of this section gathered here today to celebrate the. centennial of the dlsoovery of Ketlle Falls and to pay honor to tho memory of David Theempson, tho Hudson Ray Company Agent, who discovered the falls In lSlt and In tho year following established the first trading post in the far North west on what is now American territory.