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mimbir of the Associated Prose. Today's New Today, FHE" GAL ET NEWS THE WEATHER:- FAIR AND WARMER TONIGHT AND THURSDAY. VOL XX CALUMET, HOUGHTON COUNTY. MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 28, 1911 NO. 204 UM LARGER HOUSE BILL FAVORED BYJjOJMITTEE Congressional Reapportionment ' Measure Will be Reported to the Senate Without Amendment FORTY THREE MORE MEMBERS MORE FESTIVIIIESlRUSH CULVER WOULD AMEND PACT SUGAR fIGHT Former Head of Carnegie Trust Co. Convicted Today TESTIFIES IN LORD MAYOR WILL TENDER RE CEPTION FOR KINO AND QUEEN AT GUILDHALL. COST LOSERS AN Tl RECIPROCITY DAY IN 8EN ATE, CUMMINS f AVORING AMENDMENTS. LORIMER CASE $1:250.000 Although Opposed to Incrtata Senate Committaa on Cantua Allows Houta to Hava Own Way. Threa Nagativa Votes. Washington. l C., June 28. The Senate committee on the census today agreed to; report the congressional re upportlonruent bill ; without amend ment, providing i for 433 representa tlvea, notwithstanding that practical ly all of the committee member had expressed themselves as opposed to n increased representation. ' The bill provides for 43 representa tives over the present number, and wan framed mo as to prevent a de crease of membership from any mate. Three of the teii members preHent, Senator ltKollette, Iiupont and Mc Lean,' voted In the negative, but while expressing disapproval of the Increase the other seven decided to allow the House to have its way In a matter ho peculiarly pertaining to its own af fairs. ' 1 The report will be withheld fur i week to give LaFollette time to pre pare a minority report. MYSTERY IN DEATH. Pittsburg, Va.', June 28. Mystery surrounds the death of Mrs. Thomas W.,- Leaoji,- wife of the renter fielder of the Pittsburg baseball club. Mrs. Leach, who Is reorted to have com mitted suicide, died Saturday night at the suburban general hospital at ltelle vue, where she was taken several days ago from the Leach farm near Km worth. It la said Mrs. Leach attempt ed suicide twice before. Mrs. Leach, whose maiden name waa Trask, was the player's second wife. She followed the stage for ei vcral years "prevlpua to her marriage last September. READY EOR TAfTS NEW SUMMER WHITE HOUSE AT BEVERLY AWAITS PRESI DENT'S ARRIVAL. Reverly, Mass., June 28. Parrnmai ta, the new summer White Jlouse, is in readiness for the arrival of "the presidential family nt the end of this week. For several months a small army of workmen of various trades has been engaged In fitting up the house and grounds for the use of the Taft family. The house has been dec orated throughout and - ha. been fit ted with telegraph, telephone and pri vate signal system The spacious barn also has undergone a complete remodelling and Is awaiting the ar rival from Washington tomorrow of twelve automobiles, IncliuKv.: all type of motor vehicles from the natty run. about to the resident's favorite touring car. ' ALUMNI DAY AT U. OF M. Class Reunions Big Faatura of Com ' msneement Week. Ann Arbor, Midi., June 28 The alumni of the University of Michigan returned' to the busy scenes on the rnmpux and In the old buildings In largo numbers today, Alnmnl day, the third of commencement week. The xerclsea of the day began with the annual alumni breakfast In the Har bour gymnasium. During the after noon reunions were lield by more than 20 classes, ranging from the class of 1856 to that of 1906. . WEDS COLORADO JURIST. Hound Iirook, Nf J.. June 28. A , large .niimber .of notable guests at: tended the wedding here today of Miss Angle 8. Kuhl, daughter of Command thO, v. Kline, IT. S.. N- nnd. 'Mr. Kline', and Judg-j Charles K. South ard of.Oreeley, Colo.' The wedding took , place at "The Moorings." . the summer home of the bride's parents. i COLLEGE CREWS PRACTICE. New. London.' Conn.. June 28.-1tun-dreds of spectators lined the banks of the Thames today, to watch the Yale and Harvard oarsmen In final prac tice for Friday's big race. Roth crew nave made noticeable Improvement this week and general opinion Inclines to the belief that a close race Is In prospect. WONT RELEASE MORSE. Atlanta.' Oa June 28 Federal Judge Newman today denied the ap plication of Charles W. M'orse. for re se from the federal prison here, on writ of habeas corpuj. London. June 28.-rrha.iRh today withered the departure of nil of the rvresu.tatlve or foreign royalty and the spniai envoys from r,)aji tlu po.-t-coronatlon festivities and func tions continue without abatement. To day the kin and queen visited the Royal Agricultural show at the frown Point Rstate In Norwich. Tomorrow the populace of the metropolis and tens of thousand of visitors will t... J out in force to witness the rovul re cession attending the reception of the king and queen by the I.rd -Mayor at the fJulldl.all, which will follow the attendance of their majesties earlier In the day on the special thanksgiving service at St. Paul's cathedral. PLUMED KNIGHTS GATHER. Great Falls Entertaining Knights Templar of Montana. Great Falls, Mont., June 28 Knights Templar from all parts of Montana are In possession of Great Fall Mduy und the business section of the- city Is a sea of bunting und Masonic! ei blems. The occasion of the gathering Is the annual meeting of the Grand i ommantlery, the first that the Sir Knights have ever held In this state separate from the meetings of the other :M;isnle grand bodies. The con clave opened this morning with a se cret session for the reception of re ports and the election of officers. Com manderles from Helena, Ml soula, Hil lings, Anaconda. Hutte. Kallspell and other leading cities of Montana par ticipated In the parade this after i.oon. WILL NOT APOLOGIZE. Gompers Attitude in Contempt Case is He Has Done No Wrong. Washington, June 28. Samuel Gom pers, president of the American Feder ation of Labor, will not apologize to the supreme court of the District of Columbia when he appears In companv with Secretary Frank Morrison and Vice President John (Mitchel on July 17 to show cause why they should not be held In contempt. The case grew out of the recent lit igation between the federation and the Buck'.'? Stove & Range company of HI. Ijouls. It was suggested by a com mittee of attorneys, yho recommend ed a re-openlng of the contempt pro ceedings, that an apology from the labor leaders mlRht be accepted as complete reparation. "If I wa conscious of having done n trivial wrong, even to a child," said Mr.. Gompers, today, 'i would alo gize abjectly. Under the existing cir cumstances, I do not see my way clear." DIRECTS TRUST PLANS. John D. Rockefeller Interesting Him self in Standard Reorganization. Cleveland, June 28. The program of the reorganization of the Standard oil. following the dissolution by order of the supreme court, is already so far under way that John l. KocKereiier has forsaken his country home in Cleveland and Is expected ut his olllce, 2 Hroadway, Tuesday. Until Mr. Rockefeller appeared at church in Tarrtown Sunday, his trip east was a complete secret. The train attendants were Instructed to S4iy nothing about his trip and the news of his presence at Tarry town came to a surprise to New Yolk's financial dls ulct and also to his Cleveland friends. It Is believed ha tt he future of the Standard Oil will have been pretty ivll net I Oil OCfore Air.- IHH-nnniri gets back to Cleve land. DISMISSAL. RECOMMENDED. Retirement for Two Officials as Re sult of Investigation. !e.tM.,fn. D. C. June 28. The dismissal of United States Consul Ml chael at Calcutta and Thomas Morrl son. disbursing clerk of the Mate de ...........nt us a result of the recent In ...uii,.tlon of the Day portrait vouch er Is reemmended In the. report ot ti.. ...h-commlttee of the House cm ,itep on expenditures of the statfl department will present to the full ........in.u-. iMJchael was commuter i , f..r....riv chief clerk of the departr ment. ' ARTILLERY TO CAMP. Chicago. III.. .J SS-.-Th Fifth artillery, stationed -at Ft. KI.eH.lan. ' . ,. . . .Mourta. began a 3Uii-mne n.. Wis., today. They will be In camp lnm, months at Sparta. National rdsmen from W'--'-. "'V J Michigan. Ohio an.i - them later ror ui."i- NEW INQUIRY STARTED. Washington. I)"""' "J" vestlgatlon of the American Smelting o. U being conducted by rea;ofcor,K(ra.ons. No report l9 expected right away. BIG SO. DAK. WHEAT CROP. rtlsmarck S. I. 2-" " nismarcK. . southwestern vine damage by nai m " , , oit of thi- Mate, but nernl pro j. continue favorable for . .un usually large, If not bumper, yield,. , Li Well Known L'Anse Lawyer Dc clarcs He Did Not Discuss Election of Senator With Hines MEMORY GOES 'BACK ON 'HIV Doesn't Remember Alleged Conversa- tion in Which Hines is Said to Have Stated Election Cost "Barrel of Money." HnmKion. o. (-., jun,, 28. Kdward lllncs, the Chicago millloiialre lum ...iinaii, hi:.o, It . lias .been testified said he "put Lorlmer over at Spring field." anl who has been present at the examination of witnesses, , was to day excluded fr.i ml he Lorlmer invest Igatlon commit tea's room. This action was taken by the com ounce at an executive session, the committee considering It inadvisable i mil I lines should be permitted to listen to the testimony. Hush Culver, lumberman and law yer or iAnse, Mich., and former mayor of Marquette, was the first wit ness today. When the I.orimer in vesiig.it Ion was on before the Helm committee of the Illinois legislature Shelly It. Jones, of Marquette, Mich was reporter) to have stated Culver Aas present on an occasion in 190!) when Kdward Illnes, the millionaire lumber man, declared he had "Just succeeded In making a United Slates senator that cost one hundred thousand dollars." Jones testified estcrday that the conversation was in r.Hi and was simply that Lortmcr's election, pre sumably to the House, probably "cost a barrel of money." 0 ulver told of business relations with Hines and said he had not seen Hines since Larimer's election to the Senate, and said he had no recollection ot discussing that election wjtli Hines The witness said Hines told him he had been in the habit of helping Irl mcr, and was certain this referred to the concessional elections. The wit ness could not remember the conver Nation In Shelly It. Jones' drug store, in 1 tt7. nor at any other time when Jones is said to have declared Hines referred to the Iorlmer election ih costing a "barrel of money." Hugh McLean, of North Ionawnnda X. Y., and John Mcl.eod, of IhilTalo, X. Y., both lumbermen, swore they kt'ew absolutely nothing ubout the lalslng of a fund to elect Iorlmer. Hoth men came to Washington yi dif ferent occasions, as members of dele gations Interested in lumber legisla tion, each time seeing Hines. Mclean testified the only thing Hines had ever mentioned to him about the Lari mer election was that the newspapers only printed one side. Kdward Tilden, president of the Na tional Packing Co., of Chicago, whose name Is alleged to have been given to Funk by Illnes as one to whom he could send a ten thousand dollar con tribution to the Primer fund, was called to the stand late this after noon. This afternoon Attorney Ilaneey an nounced, on behalf of Irlmer, he gave consent for the sergeants-at-arms of the House and Senate to turn over to the committee all official telegrams I.orimer had sent while congressman or senator. WILL REMAIN A SECRET. People Will Never Know Cause of De struction of Maine. Tampa. Fla., June 28. "The secret of the destruction of the luitt leship Maine will never b known," said Gen. V, II. Hlxby, chief of engineers In charge of the work of raising the Maine, on his arrival here from Hava- nu. rne ocstruciion to mr o-nnri r such, says Gen. Hlxby, and the de terioration has been so great that It will be Impossible to tell whether the ship was blown up from a force within or without. The greatest force, how ever, was due from the Inside, indicat ing that the forward magazine had exploded. Whether this -was from a pynipathetlc explosion, caused by n torpedo from the outside, may forever remain n mystery. General Hlxby says that unless the fragment of a torpedo Is found there In no way of connecting some out ride agency with the blowing up of the vessel. ' We do not expect to find any hu man remains." General Itixby said. The crew's compartments have dls appeared entirely." RICH CHICAGO WOMEN. Chicago. June 28. The names o.' three' of the richest women In Chicago were made public today on comple tion of the personal property tax lists. They are Mrs. Nettle l McCor- mlck, 2..10.1.00; Mrs, F.mmons ltlalne, I,P!o.nftO; nnd Virginia MeCormlck. tl.8KO.000. This Is the value of their personal property only. v '' U' " i- )- Ui- .. . c- jr I : I - .... ; V ':--A JJ Photo by American Tress Association. c New York., N, Y.. June 2S. Joseph I!. JR.Ooo.OOo Ciirnegie Trust Co., was today ments to the state banking department. The Helchmnnn case was the first of the trials of indicted officers of the defunct i'arneglc Trust Company. false report as to the condition of the Institution to the state banking depart ment. Reichmann. who Is only thirty-six years old, is an exceptional business man and for several years has drawn an annual salary of f.'.O.OtlO as presi dent of the NatioiuiT Starch company and Corn Products company, both subsidlarlea of the Standard oil company. In the picture he is seen walking with ids counsel. Reichmann uses a cane, being a sufferer from paruljsls. t AIMED AT- - SUNDAY WHEELING, W. VA.. ORDINANCE MAY CURB PICTURESQUE VOCABULARY. Wheeling. W. Va., June 2S. The ouncll has passed an ordinance Im posing a fine upon uny person, who, In n public address, should use vile or vulgar language. It isstated t!.e ord inance was passed with the intention of curbing the vocabulary of "liillj" Sunday, the evangelist, who has been ugaged by Wheeling churches to open a religious campaign In this city early next year. FIRE AT PORT HURON. Port Huron, Mich., June L'S. Fire of an unknown origin today destioed the Heard. Campbell & Co. stole. The loss Is $7.".hH( Fifty guests of the Cnion hotel were compelled to make a hasty exit. VEDRINE WINS BIG PRIZE. Roubalx. Km nee, June '. (Jreat rowds today welcomed the comictl- tors In the international circuit avia tion race. Vedrlne was the first of the aviators to urrlve In a flight from Mrussels, reaching here at 1 1 : fi ft and winning the lion's share of the three thousand dollar prize. ARBITRATION PACT TREATY BETWEEN THE U. S. AND ENGLAND PRACTICALLY COMPLETE.' Washington, I. C. June 2S. After a conference today between President Taft and Ambassador liryce, an nouncement was mane that the arbi tration treaty between the Cnitcd States and Jrent liritain was prac tically complete. Treaty With France. Ratification of the extradition trea ty between the I'nited Slates and France have been exchanged at Paris by Ambassador Haeon and the French foreign office. The new treaty mere ly modernizes the convention It super sedes, by making it apply to a num ber of offen-tes, which experience has shown should be extraditable. AERIAL RACE SATURDAY. Indon, June 2S. The competition for the International Aviation cup, originally fixed to take place today at Hendon, has been postponed until Sat urday. The competition' will he fol lowed two days later by the aerial race for the James tjordon Itennett prize. Kel. hman, formerly president of the convicted of making false state Ileielmiann was charged with making a GREENE SUIT ENDS ACTION OF MINORITY HOLDERS AGAINST GREENE-CAN A NE A IS DISMISSED. New York. X. Y.. June 21?. The suit brought by the minority stockholders of the Creene Consolidated Copper Co. against that company nnd Its officers and directors, and against the Jreene Cananea, Copper i. and ltd officer, and directors, claiming conspiracy and fraud in bringing about the mer ger, and for an accounting, has been oismlssed. TAKEN BACK TO JAIL. Charles Johnson Fails to Furniih Bonds to Support Wifa. Charles Johnson, arraigned before Justice Fisher yesterday on n charge of wife desertion, and ordered to fur-ni-h bonds in the sum of f.'iOO as a guarantee that he would secure work and help support his family, failed to provide th necessary guarantee and was removed to the county Jail yes terday afternoon, t await the Sep tember term of court. Johnson wa. brought bat k from Hutte City, Mont., about three weeks ngo, and has been an Inmate of the county Jail since then, awaiting the hearing, which took place yesterday. OLD WARRIOR DIES LEFT HAND, INDIAN CHIEF, WHO FIGURED IN MASfACRE, IS DEAD. Darlington. Okla., June 28. It was learned here jesterday that "Left Hand." for ears chief of the Arapa hoes, dioil at his home near here sev eral days ago. He was eighty-three years old and one of I he most famous warriors of the early days of the West. One of his prominent fights wan the massacre of MaJ. Fliott and 19 men the day Custer fought the battle of Washita. The bodies of the slain men were not found for a week. CENTENARY OF THACKERAY. Memory of Famous Novelist ie Honor ed Today. London, June 2S. Many persons of prominence In art and literary circles nnd In the o fib la I world attended a dinner given by the Tit marsh club at the Charterhouse today In celebration of the centennial anniversary of the birth of William Makepeace Thack cray. The famous novelist was a stu dent at the Charterhouse In his early youth and Incorporated his exierl ences there In several of his novels. Washington. D. C, June 28: AVlth the continuation wf the debate n the reclprm-lly bill, Cummins' speech waa the fixed event In the senate today. The aexslon waa figured &i an antl recliiroclty day 'from a Republican tandxlnt. The House waa not In session today, ' . ' ' Referring U the consideration of the reciprocity question as the "drama now in progress In the' Senate of the United States," Cummins of Iowa, delivered-u srw-ech on reciprocity and of fered ' Important amendments to Its agricultural provisions. Cummins attacked the combination of regular Republican and Democrats to pas the reciprocity bill. He said it was apparent the Republicans and Iiemrcrats favoring the bill had de termined to submit to the repeated statement the president will accept no amendments to the Canadian agree ment. . , The bill, he said, would accomplish only two Important ' things: Admit (fre' of duty the agricultural products of Canada and admit a small quan of wood pulp and print paper. Cummins' amendments proosed to Hdmlt free from Canada both raw and manufactured products, Including fresh meats, canned meats, barley, malt, flour, Iron, steel, woolen gvods,; cotton goods, silk and leather goods. l these amendments to apply only on hip American aiue oi ine line. Cummins referred to a "'certain num ber of senators who seem to sit' In si lent,, if not sullen submission to a higher power." "Canada has yleldel all ahe can," he aid, "without endangering her Indus trial proserlt Rut It Is Ineoncelva ble that those who are willing to sub ject the farmer to absolute free trade In the things he produces should shrink from a reduction of the duties on things he buys." ' Senator Cummins said his amend Bients were not proposed for the pur posn of defeating the bill. "I appeal to those on the other aide of the chamber who favor lower tar ifT duties to help rnt with these amendments," he said. I have no hopes from my associates on this aide of the chamber." ... Briatow Criticize Taft. - Washington, p. C, June 2S. Sen ator Itristow, the Kansas Insurgent Kepublican, In today's reciprocity de bate declared President Taft "doeH not represent the majority of the' Republi cans In the House or Senate, and I do riot believe he represents the majority of the Republicans of the country." WAS WELL KNOWN HERE. Death of Nele Clifton of lihpeming Shock to Friendt. The funeral of the late Nels Clifton of Ishpemlng, the well known travel ing man, waa held yesterday after noon, the Masons being Ih charge. The death of Mr. Clifton has caused p. wide circle of friends sincere grief, for he wng highly thought of through out the upper peninsula. To most of his friends the sad news came as a surprise, for they had not realized hla (ondltlon was serious ami not all of them knew that he had undergone, an operation at the Augustana hospital, In Chicago. His condition following the operation was such as to engender hopes of his early complete recovery, but the 'complications which set In were fatal, and big life could not 1 aved. The deceased was long a resident of Ishpeming. He worked as a miner at the old Cleveland mine for five years, and then accepted a position as clerk In a dry goode store. Some time later ho engaged In the clothing business under the firm name of Nels Clifton & Co., remaining at the head of this concern for about two years. Ills next position was that of traveling agent for the Northern Pacific railroad. He kept his place with the railroad company for about a year, and then resigned to accept a place as clerk for F. Hraastad. He was one of Mr. Hraas tad's first clerks and remained with him for several years. In 1888 he was elected probate Judge of Marquette county, and was re elected to that position in 1892. Soon after retiring from the Judgeship he accepted a position as upper penin sula agent for Cohen Hros.. of Mil waukee, and retained, that position un til the time of his death. MAKES UP WITH FATHER. Dramatic Incident In See Trial in Chi cago Today. Chicago, III., June 2S. Therewas a diamatlc Incident in the See trial to day when a reconciliation waa effect ed between Mildred Rrldges. one "f See's principal followers, and her fath er. Mildred was not feeling well and when she saw her father In court, tears filled her eyes and she ran to him and put her arms around Ms neck. She spoke to Mm for the .first time In many weeks, and he seemed greatly affected. U. S. YACHT WINS CUP. Kiel, Oermany, June 28. American yacht Itlbelot won the fifth Interna tional yacht race today, and so rap tured, the F.mperor William cup, of fered for the winner of the aerie of the Bonder class competition. Arbuckles Dropped That 'Amount in Tiff With American Re fining Co., Declares Witness Today RETALIATION RESORTED T Whan Brooklyn Firm Started to Wag War on "Trust" tho Latter Got Into tho Coffoo Buainosa on j . Largo Scalo. ' 1- Washington, D. C, June 28. WIH- lam I). Gilmore, tnanaglng partner uf Arbuckle Brothers, Brooklyn, told th sugar Investigating committee today that the '.Arbuckle began manufac turing refined sugar In 19, and told about the war on prices between his firm and the ' American Sugar Refin-' Ing Co. He said that hla firm lost tl,-' 2r.0,000 during the fight in West Vlr-' ginla and Ohio. A a measure of re-! tallatlon. Gilmore said th' American company engaged In the coffee bust-' establlRiiln. a ofTee r.lnm t t.i. ledo, Ohio. This retaliation was under the direction of II. O. Havemeyer, h 1 said. .PHONOGRAPH CONCERT. A phonograph concert will be given; at the Y. AI. C. A. this evening, com- menclng at 8 o'clock, the entertain ment having been arranged through the courtesy of 'McLogan and Pierce, the well known music dealers. A., splendid, program will be given. The public la cordially invited to attend. COMMISSIONER CLARKE WEDS. .Washington. D. C, June 28. JThar wedding of Kdgar R' Clark, ot the In- ' terstate Commerce Commission, ami ' Miss 'Agnes Barnes, who haa been em- ployed as a clerk lnthe census office, took place today, i The home of tho bride U In Selma Ala.. . .. . TO BE TAIL AFFAIR BARNUM'S TALLEST WOMAN WILL WED TALL MAN AT LOCKPORT, N. Y. ' .; Lock port, N. Y.. June 28.-HMary El len Powers, for year Harnum'a tallest woman, Is to be married this week to Maurice T. Stapleton of iAn kport. one. of the tallest men In this vicinity. Th license has been issued but the data and hour for the ceremony haa not been announced. . ( 1 1 GIVES RELIC TO KAISER. Emperor Then Confers Notable Honor on Pierpont Morgan. Kiel, June 28. J. Pierpont Morgan today presented Kmpcror William with the autograph letter written by Martin Luther to Kmperor Charles V., and for which the American recently paid $2.ri. S00. Ills majesty was immensely pleased and forthwith conferred the grand cross of the order of the Red Kagle on Mr. Morgan. The letter which Is In Latin, Is of great historical value. It was written In K.21 during the Re former's return Journey from the Diet of Worms and described the proceed ings and defended his attitude. . AHE HELD ON SUSPICION. Death of Chicago Woman Retultt in the Arrest of Two. Chicago, III., . June 28. Vlncenr.o Nardl, a special policeman, and M,rs. Antoinette , Dlasoctlno Cotrello, were arrested today In connection with the death of Nardl's wife, who was suffo cated In a fire, which partly destroyed the Nardl home yesterday. It fs said the place carried fire Insurance of Jl. 000. Nordl was vn duty a block away when the fire waa discovered. . r, SIGMA CH CONVENTION. College Fraternity Men Attemble at Pittebu'jj. Pittsburg. Pa., June 28.-College men from all parts of the country to the number of about 200 assembled In Pittsburg today for the thirtieth grand chapter meeting of the ' Sigma Cht fraternity. The fraternity wa found ed at Miami university In 1855 and has nearly 12.000 members. The grand chapter will be In session three days and the program of entertain ment that has been arranged extend over Saturday. DIES AT AGE OF 108. Lansing, Mich., June 28. "Well I guess my time haa come," said Mrs. Lachla Williams, aged one hundred and eight, as she stood In the doorway of her home talking to a neighbor yes terday. With that remark she went In side and lying down passed quietly away. Mrs. Williams celebrated her I08tit anniversary on New Year's day.