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i THE CALUMET NEWS f THE WEATHER: I CLOUDY TONIGHT AND ! TUESDAY. THE CALUMET NEWS 13 A MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. TODAY'S NEWS TODAY. VOL XX CALUMET, HOUGHTON COUNTY, MICHIGAN, MONDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 20, 191 1 NO. 326 ASKS PROBE BE Counsel for U. S. Steel Co. Makes Objection to the Stanley Committee PACKERS TRIAL WEDNESDAY Supreme Court Adjourns Until Dec. Without Any Move on Part Of Indicted Men. Chlcaejot Nov. - Richard v. Linda bury, counoel fur tin- Flitted States BtMl orporntion. mail.- Objection before- the Stanh Steal committee to etas " the continuance Of the- hearing, in view of the government's suit against the corporation. He a rum . I tO ConflMM the hearing wotilel he against the provision of the resolution of CO0 11 ss authorizing an inepiiry. The committee- Went into executive session. fter lengthy deliberation it was eh- . . led lo postpone rt further Consieht atlon of the objection until the as ambling of the tall committee. Packer Trial Wednesday. e 'hi. ago, Nov. N, Judge Carpenter of )m I'edeiai District court, today lonl, cognizance of the proceedings be- ' i,.ie Judge Kohlsaat and continue, I the paekets' trial until We-dneaday. No Attempt to Stay Trial. Washington. Nov. 30. --The Supreme COttfl today adjourned until Dec. 4 uilhotit the attorneys for the packers in Chicago making any attempt to lav the packers' trial on charges of violating the anti-tniBt law. To Supreme Court Later. Chicago, Nov. 20. Commenting up on the adjournment of the Supreme court, Attorney Mayor of the ooonnel lor the pa-kefs sa'.l todftf they had no Intention to appear before that tottti today, but intimated they might do to ' iter. STOKES CASE READY. New York Show Girls Will Be Tried This Week. 'cv York. Nov. L'O. Lillian c.ralt.iin and Kthcl e '..iira.l, the "slunv git's" who ale charged with attempting to BIOTdOf W R l. Stokes, the millionaire owner , . the aoataoli bntei. uin 06 P.ce , n trial this week in the criminal branch f th'' siipieine court. The COM already has claimed widespread altcnlitm and lb.- trial doubtless will be followed with much Intere at. The . il,,g of Stokes occurred 00 June ,S in the roc ms occupied by :ie two voting women in an uptow n apart -moat l-oitse. The millionaire was shot three times ami as a result was COM lined in the hospital fof s- v. i d weeks. I ,,. ;.e. used gills declare .1 at the lime that Stokes was ell. I. avoring tfl rOOOT . r a rev ilver and a number of letters he had written to Mi M cir; ham and that the shooting followed his at tempt to take them by fore. Stokes, en the other hand. ni.'bil lined that M ss ..aliam and her Mend .tuba ve.r . ,1 to make him the vie.im of a black ,il ol..t and that he was deliberately Rhol when he refused to for tSMtt. gtrt a check WILL VISIT OLD HOME. II. K. Howe, who has been visiting i. lOtlveC In Calumet lor the past month, will leave W.-.lm day for V w York, where be will sail uTI the OceOaV lc for a visit to Cornwall. England. Mr. IP. we g..cs to visit his brother in the old country, whom he has not seen for mon than thirty years, lie has spent the last thirty years in the minim? ti. Ids of Hrltish Columbia, and speaks very highly of that district SIR WILFRED IS 70. Ottawa. Ont.. Nov. 20 Sir Willrbi I.aurler. who rece ntly parsed OTOf the reins of Canadian government which he had held for marly flfte-eii ears. relebrated his seventieth btrtbdo aa l ivirsary today. The former Premier tecelved personal congratulations lr.nn leading men of both patties, also large- number of fe lh itoits messages I t orn other friends and admirers both sid. s of the Atlantic. on STALLED IN SNOW DRIFT. 'l f the delivery teams of the 1 .maraek Co -op. ra t i . Btore wus Mailed In n snow drift between Mine and Itoiindary streets. Centennial for Klx hours Saturday. The horses w.rc Iddden from view with th.' oaeopttoa "I their hends most T the time, but finally about eight o'e lock we re shov- led out WILL STOP FILIBUSTERING. Washington. Nv. L'". I .rmlnc-d to etamp itojl Itbuetorlafj expeditloni Must Mexico, Secretary Stlmson t day niittinf loatl Ocnoral Dunoon, com- 'e;ii,diior io Deiifertmillt of Tev.e' I" i nforoo the neutrality Inws with viK"r. anjfi t.. ojepft treH.ps andor his oooi- nuind without waiting orders. AUTOMOBILE PILOT KILLED. Savannah. Nov. 20. McNa v. n Pilot, wan klllort nn.t .Toe DnWOB auto Hornton driver. Injured, In the nntbllc racea today. 1 SEES DANGER TO WORLD. King George of Greece Discusses Tur-co-ltalian War. I' ii is. Nov! M, Speaking; with a personal friend about the Tare,.-Italian war flora learlng Porto, King Oooefw of (ireece said: "I am afraid the world generully dOOl not appr.clal. tlM gruvlty of th eonditlon which .-..nfrotita It. While the situation in Turkey and Italy seems a simple, Internal dlsute on the surface, yet to in. It augers a world .langer pj grave too) t lit' consequences could not even be speculated upon. "To me. If the situation la. allowed to progress. It looks like the ' beginning of a universal holy war, when the Is lam world will ri: . up en masse with II in- purpose of , Mermlnating the Chrlotlenn It will be a war not e on -I rolled by interests of iioniBsOff loltm I'anat ielsm will lis. and and F.uropo will be faced with the condition of being compelled lo unite its forces for m lf-i"eservation." GOPHERS MAY WITHDRAW. Minneapolis, Minn.. Nov. 20. Fnless ihe tTarrerotty r nriaconeta and other numbers of the "big eight" ague- to ihe .ibolisblni; of the rule which makes a man a professional who plays base ball for money during acations. 'be Fniverslty of Minnesota will withdraw froan the conference. TOWNSEND SEES TAET SENTIMENT MICHIGAN SENATOR REPORTS THAT SITUATION IN LAKE RE GION IS VERY SATISFAC TORY FOR TAFT. Washington. Nov. 20 -Senator Tow n Onad, who arrived from Michigan re eently brings news of increasing pro Taft sentiment in the lake region. Senate!- Townsend feels that a fine distinction should be made between progressive Republicans and those who style themselves progressives." Hav ing made this distinction. Senator Towns.n.l adds that those who style themselves "progressives" are not ncc esarily such in everything they advo cate. Oa the contrary they may even be called reactionary at times. The great body Of RopBbHOOOa, the Mhhi gnn OoaatOr f' ls are truly progress ive At the same time-, where present conditions and present laws are sat isfactory, he considers It fleeting, with ,,tit odium, to stand pat. hold on t whatever Is good, seek improvement w hen ver possible. In seeking to be a progressive, the senator says, it is possible to think more of the name than of principles. Republican up and he QOOtflO an lear his Icinc in Jackson as follows: "When you start be-in a prngress Ive. watch out that yon don't progress back arils." Iii other words. Senator Townsend believes not only that President Taft is the r. al progressive leader, but also that unlike certain "progress! ves" who Mm, the president always pro- ure-ses forward. STATE GETS $20,000. Oil Inspector's Department Breaks Last Year's Record. Northville'. Mich.. Nov. 20. The quarterly re port of State' oil Inspector Neal fW the pe-lieiel e'lldillg Scpte'lllber :t. h aves a net balance to turn ove-r to the- state treasury of IS.tfl.tl, The ele'iiartme-nt has a.Ms.-d the troaanry department that beeMee Iki , i already s. nt in $14,000 me re w ill t... forwarded Poeojabor II and abont $4,000 more by the ml. Idle- of January, making about lltifM for the year. ekU lu niaaw than last veal's rOOOTd of $17.0(111 which irtJ the banner year Hi,, departnient's history. TO STOP MINERAL WASTE. in Secretary Fisher Asks for $100,000 to Help Save $400,C0O.0OO. Washington. Nov. 20.-Scc retary of I Interior l isher is of the opinion ih that much of the $400.00...l wine ii. .. OOtltnated, ll kl annually ill Ani. r . i i i.,a,,o. le an mining and inetanui g ... - tries, eaa be rafod, wborefore, in his estimate for the next fiscal year, he asks for $100,000 for mineral waste In vestigations to be expeneled illieler the Hrectton c.f the bureau of mines. WHITE BACK TO AFRICA. Santa Mnrbara. CaL. Nov. 20 Stew -.,r, Mward Whit.', tbe author, will return to Africa shortly. He said to day that while In the Jungb- on a re cent visit he won offe red 22 cows for hH wife. The- author said: In Africa two OoWi are the usual BrtOO for a wife. Mrs. White and I , ....mi to find out what th.- natives e atil f American won, e n. . , I ask - ..i ,.n.. of the e'hlefs what he would ,ivi. ,r Mrs. whit.-, twonty-two OOWO, h,. BOjd. I conside re d that a blub com pliment." PRESIDErTTCACERAS 13 VICTIM. Washington. sZ " -"' f S.nto Domlnuo. was tatall W(,;in(.d v.s.er.lay in San !.,,.ingo ;.ity. ne.or.bng ... report by American c.nsul ndtrott e ,ei-ras w as aSSJlSSinaieo nj ....oo ... kfo 1 1 pr i lag has followed - 1 malcontents. as yet. Will CONSIDER MONETARY PUN Every Phase of Aldrich Scheme to be Discussed by Amer ican Bankers THOUSANDS GATHER IN SOUTH Other Important Questions to Come Up at Thirty-Seventh Convention ' At New Orleans. NOW Orleans, La . Nov. L'O. Several thousand bankers, representing all classes of financial institutions am! OSJOtf state in the Union, assembled ill N'.w in Pans today for the thirty-seventh annual convention of the Ameri can Hankers' Association. There seems to be more than usual Interest center ing in the- convention this year, this be ing evidence. 1 ty the fact that the at- loadaace is the loagaot in the history of the association's annual gathering. Currency I of Of M w ill be the all-ab-scribiiig topic of discussion at the gen eral sessions of the convention. It is expected the association will express its formal approval of the plans which, presumably, the National Monetary Commission will recommend to Con gress at the expiration Of the life of the commission next year. Take Up Aldrich Plan. That e very phase of the Aldrich plan for monetary reforms will be consid ered is OVldOOl ed by the list of sub jects assigned the various speake rs, as follows: Trade depression and panics, trade e'xpansion and crop movements, the- ornatiizatioii ami control of the na tional res re association, the relation of th.' national re-s.-rve asseiclatlon to the e .overnni. nt redath.n of the State' banks, savings banks and trust com panies to tin- national reserve asso . tavtlon, 1 1 discounts and book OfedttO. bank ooceptaaooe uoj tae ciroatioa of a discount market, the mohili.alion and control of the reserve's of the Country i keeping the' national reserve associa tion apart from partisan politics and special control, the- ne-eels of the farms and its boaoAtl from the national vv scrvc association, hem tits from the- na tional reserve ooeoototloa to tae manu facturer an.i laborer, beaedti of the at ttoaal reserve association to the- eeillli try aa a whole, re lation of tin' national earerve association to foreign trade and banks ami the' u .a id's lin. im i.il . ent. r Prominent Speakers. The ptYtmlneDt apookeni at the con vention will tod ode Congri'SHinan Ar sciie I'. I'ujo of Louisiana. Paul M. Warburg, of Kuhn, Leieb and Co., New York; QooTeTe M. Royaotdo, pre side nt of the Continental and c onimeicial Na tional flank of t'hicaipi; Benjamin siring, Jr., vice preotdoal of the Bank era Thust Ceiinpany of Ne-w York; Joseph C. I tr ii. president of the Cit izens' National Itank if Raleigh. N. c'.; i1'. j. Wade, proafdeat or the Mer eantHe Trust Coaipaar of st Loula; James It. Korean, pre siele iit of the- l-'irsl National Hank ef Chieago; C. Stuart Continued on Page Kive PATTERSON AND HYDE CASES OPEN DENVER WOMAN ACCUSED OF MURDER OF HUSBAND. SECOND TRIAL OF PHYSICIAN. Denver. Nov. 20 -The trial of C.r trude (Jibson Patterson, who la ac cused Of the Bt tfrdor Of her huwbanel on Sept. inbe-r last, was bi'gnn tei- ilay. The woman, it Is jillegeel, sheit he r baOboad during a epiarrel over, it is said, complications arising from re ports concerning her feirmer lowr, a c'hicago business man. Hyde's Second Trial Opens. Kansas City, Mo.. Nov. 20. The Jury In the second trial of Dr. Hyde, charg ed with the murder of Colonel Swop.', having been completed, the attorneys today made the opening statements. The prose-cation will urge that tryobaOBe oaaned BwopeAi Jeotb. in tbc ast trial It w.Ih alleged Hyde used typbold gonaa, Three Murderers Electrocuted. Osslning. N V., Nov. 20.--Thre e niiir-eb'l-ers We-re' e-let t r.,c 1 1 1 ill In Sing Sing prison this morning. The were Pb't ro Caletio of UeM-hester; I'Yank S. In r m. i hoi n Of Mill Hrook; Olid Pert L i iron n. of Rj . CELEBRATION; NOT AN ATTACK. Kl Paso. Texas. Nov 20. what was supposed to he- a attaek on Juarez. proved to he- only a celebrat ion of the aal J 100 1 1 of the beginning f the Mad. I ., I , olutlon. PEACE IN VENEZUELA. e 'ar lean, Nov. 20. The gove rnment officially announces that complete peace, has been restored throughe.ut Vutie.uela. CELEBRATE NOV. 25 AND 29. Local Pole Arrange Entertainment in Honor of Rebellion Anniversary. On November and the- Pedes of Calumet will .,1,1, rate the anni veiHary of (he Polish rebelllOS. Oa UM former elate a program ..I' vocal and in stt uim ntal miisie-, lo be follow ad by .lam ing, will be given In the Italian hall, and on Nov. It, RoV. It Wolny will sing solemn roojUtObl high muss at 'J; -10 a. in., for the departed dead, who fell In the rebellion. I'M. Watkoski in charge- of the- Pol ish parochial se boot, has prepared n excellent program for the ev.-nlng of November 25. The opening numbe r will be- a choiu l the pupils of the OtOOCi. Rev. I'r W,,lnv, Stanislaus Ewlcmebannkl end M a4 Kef boo kl will give addre sses during the even ing anil recitations will be- given by the following children, members of the lo cal paroehlal school: Veronica KOJd inieiv. ak. Valentine Strykowskl, So phie Toatfjtak. Anthony Scymanski, Anna Kazyaka and Clarence Zwierz e how ski. Intcrsperacd between the recitations and addresaes will be patriotic chor uses by the schoe.l childre n. The- pro gram is eonsldeieel an excellent one. and prac tically every Pole In the town Hhlp ill att. nil. It Is to be given un der the auspices of tbe Polish Hussars a Strong loeal frat.rnal organization Following the' program there" will he dancing, the I.aurium orchestra having 1 n engaged. Hefreshmetits will be- served .luring the e-vening. EMPLOYS TAX EXPERT. State Commission Finds Plan to Get at True Values. fjinslng. Mich., Nov. 20. At a re-e-e nt nice ting of the board of state- tax commissioners, it was dOOtdOi to em ploy experta for the purpose' of mak ing an appralsul of the property of all Industrial and public utility corpora tions to the end that property may be placed Bads) the asse ssment rolls at Its true cash value by local assessing offi cers or upon review by the tax commission. The work will be vigorously pttinoo toon as the jdans can be perfected and nlaced upon a svst. malic basis s a direct result of th.' work of Un tax commission marly worth of property that formerly es caped taxation has been placed upon the- tax roll in tie last M day.. This was made possible- bv the enlarged powers of the commlssh.n due- to the action ..f the last legislature. CHICAGO GIRL A BRIDE. CMdc-eco 111. Nov. Tin wedding ,,f Miss Miriam Cable- and P.ar.m Ma- tor uenfi lternos of Vienna. Whop i" " rothal was ariounee.l several ue.ks ago. will take i.la.e tomorrow eve ning at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. He rman I . CoMO, In Kvanstoii. ' be- ...i.lii,,. U to he a eiiii. t t'amilv r i. ... and ne-itb, r bride, nor grooM WW have- atte-ndants. HEARST ACCUSED; DEFENDED. Atlanta. C.a.. Nov. 20.- William ttan dolph Hearst was brande d as an ne -my of organi.e'd labor, in conn. KSt ion wi1h the Am- rican l-'e'eb-ration of Labor today, by c'barl.'S II. Moy.r of the Western federation e.f Miners P - si dent Lmeh of the International I'vpo- grophlcol union, defended Hearst. TAFT IS BETTER TODAY. Washington. Nov. 20 Preoldeal Taft's cobl better, IPs phx.-nian said this morning. He ma not. how e ver. Visit the' e X.s lltive otll. eS for Sev eral days. BANK PRESIDENT DEAD. Uewkford. 111.. Noc. 20- llarrv Peirbes, ag.-el V. president of the peo pie's Itank Trust Co. ami a prom inent business man, Is dead. SUGAR ON THE DECLINE. New York. Nov. 20. Reflne.l auRar ma rednceel ten cents per hundred pouadi today. MISSIONARIES ARE MASSACRED REPORT OF RAID ON FOREIGNERS AT SIAN FU, CHINA, APPARENTLY CON FIRMED. Ixnele.n, Nov. 20. A dispatch to th. exchange T h'jjmph coin pa n from Tfoa Tsin rondfefftg the roport f snaaaer of foraffbrari at fffaa i'n. oap Itavl of Bhang Si. Herlin, Nov. 20 The Herman Cable eoinpany's repoft fie.m Tain Tao as Herts that Am rican and Japane se war ships each have- lainb.l ine-n at CM I'u Canton. Nov, 20 -The Revolutionists have masse d . iRht thoiisaml men he-re to be sent to Nanklnir to co-e.p.-i ai. In the alege i if that c ity. Washingt-1 Nov. Nb eiofjanroi I troops have not been BOM to Tien Ism '.the Kussi i inllitar ton e's ..n tin Manc huriai border have not b. e ti r inf.,r e el. tht situation at C.-mte.n is pen. etui, end no report of a massacre of mlasloin.i les has reaehesl the Am- e-rican legal II at Pe-klllg. according to a state del . tment otllclal today. REPORT SHOWS MUCHPROGRESS Governor George R. Colton of Por to Rico Sees Cause for Rejoicing EXPORTS AND IMPORTS GROW Cash Balance in Treasury Shows In crease of $5C0,000. Roads Are Being Constructed. Washington, Nov. 20 - Porto Ui. os progress .luring tin- past year has been little- short of phenomenal, as shown In the pnaaol report which ByOHMM tleorge It Coltein has suhmltteel to the. Secretary e.f War. In political, com inercial and educational line:: he se-e'-cause for rcjole ing. The foreign trade of the island, tie leports, was tlfte-e-n pe-r e-e-nt greater than in the rUcal year 1S10. and four times as much as in I '.ml. tbe removal Of the tariff barriers in that .:tr be tween the I'nlted States and Porto Kico having been the start, lie sa s, of tbe uidiihtrial aethrlt) Of tbe Terri tory. He tails particular attention to the importance e,t pot to Kico as a pur BgsSOor of AmiTic an goods. Inc-reaaes in the production e f sugar, i it:ars and fruit are- noted. . s also the incri ;.se- In the value of coffee', altheiugh its quantity was less than in some' pre vious years. The net revenue r,--eotpta were 13 per cent large r that- hi I '.'la. and the cash bntflCMO in th tn-asury was $.".1)0,000 l.u.er than a scar previously. Activity In road con struction ami irrigation work la re port ed also a 2o per cent increase in the school enrollment. The- enae t llle-nt eif laws Dt OOAotol tO the business Intoreati "f the-- oouatn OJMl a general sanitar law are in.n- tione-d by the governor, aba a. his that there is a "perceptible increase Of pub lic opinion in support of OffklloBl ad ministration and officials and a read response- from llmse- in otlice. RESUME STEEL HEARING. Captains of Industry May Be Called Before House Committee. Washington. I C. Nov. 20. The OjOfii DOaunlttOO Of MM House of Ue-prt-senta lives that is in vextigat ing tie I'lllteel Stales Steel eorporatlon re- onod its se ssions in the capital tpdoy. It is e xpected t be tlrst Incptlrv will b dire-cte .1 toward fhe eire supply of the United States, of which it is allege'.! the steed corporation virtually has had a monopoly, and the rate--. barffof for the- transportation e.f e.re by the si.'.-i eorporatlonohvdlotaohrdlul by the ste-el trust r.ia.ls in Itlnneon bv while tbe eoaunlttae aol nsode public its list of proepoctlve witnesses it has been understood for Some- Mm. that Andrew Carnegie. J. Plerponl gtorgWB and several other of the most '.leaninint men in the financial worl.1 will be- sunmioneel to testify. SUFFRAGE FIGHT IN THIS STATE WOMEN WILL ADOPT METHODS OF MEN'S POLITICAL ORGAN IZATIONS IN THEIR CAMPAIGN. Kalamazoo. Mich, Nov. 20. To adopt tin- methods of political organ ization used by the great political pal -ties is the' plan of the Michigan Kciual Suffrage- 0SO0C lotion, now in annual Session here. This fact was dtOeelOOOd by a foecast of the- report of the c-om-nittee of the plan Of action. It Is proposed to organize by cottn tb s and by townships, by citie s and by wards, with county chairmen In charge of the campaign In each county and with a town chairman in charge of the campaign In each township, with city chairman to conduct the fljtht In the cities through ward and precinct cm mltteciimn. It Is pi posed t- begin the work at OaCJg 'n an effort tO get the state or ganised In time te force the legisla ture' to consider the submission of an amendment to the stab , institution. "The auffrae- movement In Mlchl an has passe I the stage wbOTO there I- nothlnr to do hut to read papera on n iii's rights, said Mrs Be He Hro theft OO of Detroit, chairman of the , ..mmltte-e oil I.lii II of action "Th. time has come to organise and work for results. That Is what we propose to do In Mbiilgan this winter and cm Ing summer. "Wo propose adopting the thorough going organization which the great Oontlnaod on Page Ptra. FOUNDER OF SCOUTS COMING. Roston, Nov. .'0 general Sir Rob ert Baden-Powell, founder of the Boy Pcout moreOoante 's lo make a tour of the Fnit.d Stat'S this winter, during which be will talk to It.o Scouts In leading cities from lt..st..n to Ban Franciaco. AMERICAN- WIFE IS AN AID. Helps Foreign Diplomat to Get Post at Washington. Washington, l. '.. Nov M The American wife- u an aid in dlptOBIitli life la exeinplilbel this s..i--,n in th, I.e. (it ae .Uisition to the el i plolna 1 1 e'orps iii Washington of ministera und ambassadors who w.te marrieBd t" American girls wblb- OttOObOe Of -retaries of legations ami .ml, -i,- I. WasbiiiKton. i-'ori-inost ejndaej tbooe non diplomats is the n.-w Russian ambasaador, M. Pakhmate-ff. w b... w hile .i tnemh.-r of the embassy staff in Washington, some twenty e-ars ago, married Miss Mar Meale, u siste r of Mrs. John R If I Lean. The post of ambassador of Itti.s sia to Washington is a OOVOtOd oae ami the gracioiisne-Hs and tact ,,t Mm, Itiikhmateff has greatly aided hei bus band in ace poring this post. Another prominent diplomatic h,.s less is Mine, iltane.. wife Of the Span ish minister, formerl) Miss Alice War. I Of NOW Yor iind Washini;ton. who marrb-d the OAafOtary of tbe Span,ii legation Ogdy to return in i I, w .,irs as hostess of the Spanish legation in Washington. UNITED CHURCH IS POSSIBILITY MICHIGAN FEDERATION DECIDES TO GO AHEAD WITH PLAN TO ELIMINATE DUPLICAT ED EFFORT. Ie-tr.it, Nov. 2a Nearly a se-ore of cities and te.wtis of Michigan have re ponded to the- appeals Of the Michi gan HVderat ion of ChUfCbOO for unit ed, co-operative effort ami awab cor-respoiide-nci' has he-e-n sent in to the ofBeeo of the fodaratdoat asking lor ad vice ami eaanaol la looal offarti tarn are now he-ing Bsado to SHarge tWO or more churches where fields are- over- crowded to establish "unhn" churches11".! town people conaume and in several instance s to e-tnilinate flennialnotloaol effort where oeodleee explication is evident. While BO action has t btoa taken at any p.dnt in the- state, the business committee of the fodemtlon. .appoint ed at tin- annual in, .-ting of the body bold bare this rook, nil! noa consider applications and suggestions brought before It from Penvorton and St. Hel ens, where- union oharobee ore w.11 on the way to ueoeooflll eotebtlehment. In Deo eft mi there will be a merger of Methodist and I'r.-sby I .rein churcheo. Traverse City. Cadillac. Mackinac city. Denmark, waterovllle, Merrill, Bridge port. Taallii. Sherman. I aii Hoyne Falls. 1'ife Lake :ind Ruekle-y ar. also to pe n-ni. r. .1. At Work on Plan. For obvious reasons the federation offtoore did not wish to publish the names of the varbuis deaotntnntlono .on,-, fn.d in the present propooolo, but they stated that at several of the points named negotiations have bOOH entered int.. with the- state repn k Continued on Page Three. OSCAR MAKI DISCHARGED. Evidanca Against Him on Larceny Charge is Not Sufficient. Oscar Makl. charged with the lar e'eny of $S0 from the trunk of l.vdia Tikka of PtdnoatMa, was given a boat ing bef..re Justice' .la. k.da this morn ing. He was discharged through Inob of evidence" to hold him for trial at circuit court. This case had been pending since September, several adjournments hav ing tieen taken. In the meant I Ma kl had been e-onflned in the county Jail at Ho.tghton. Abram Ralsenen, who was arretted at Winona Saturday by ivpnty Sheriff W. H. Vivian, was brought be-fore Jus- tlce Jaekola Saturday afternoon. 00 a charge of larceny, preferred against him by I... nls Kangas of Pine street who alleges that Rais. n.n and another man. named John Hendlickoon, oil John Rabta, and who Is now in . us tody. pilfered his cash regist.r of $95. Ralsenen denies all bnonlodgO of th crime, and his examination has been set for tomorre.w afterne.on. ITe i being held In Jail pending his failure to secure bonds of ft.OnO. Y. M. C. A. ATHLETIC AFFAIRS. Effort Will Be Made to Organize Co,,i ty Basket Ball League. Physical Director Apple-gate- of 'h T. M. C. A. has a plan te eirganize county basket ball league, as well as a T. M. C. A. basket ball league. Mr Xpplegate will take the matter up with Portage Ijake, Torch Lake and loeal basket bnll tennm in th. near future. He la Inclined to believe that a . oiinty bagne would do much te. populariz the game in the coppe r 1 oitntry. A meeting of the- committee of the y. m. A, bsffaar baaobal league- bag been caii.-d for WbdMatay ev ofag Several of t he- ', .1 'lied .' I ! ill .- the past twe or tferOO weeks have' not been pbiyed and the eommitte 1 ti.l.axor to s-e what the troill.l. DELAY IN LORIMER INQUIRY. ChkaejO, Nev. HI. f OWb cf witnesses iatayad bjdnjfai nsnbaa of tbe euenmit' tee investigating Lorimer's . Th. eommitte h.id an executive oea- slon to determine what win,--- would be enlleel before the- adjeiiirument Wedneeduy. WOULD LOWER THE -COST OF LIVING Good Roads Would Enable Farm ertoRaise and Get Perish ables to Market SEC. WILSON STATES VIEWS Head of Agricultural Dept. Dec! ires Consumer Would Benefit by Good Roads Work. Richmond. Va.. Nov. '0. If Qj K Hd loads . ii i p. be advanced b the in, lllg. at discij! : i n of the sub J. by aid.- men ronton otlaa all sec tfaaa of tbc coaatry it is cortafa t. tv OOlVO I doetdc d imp. 1 s from th American Read coin;re-r,s r.hieli me beta 1 tday ondor tic . ,- of Hi American Aoooctotlon of fftfjbwai fOJ preivement. The . a the rio - will . ,,n tlnuo four dayo ami wd! b, ad by many men t wrlde protntnonetH an; ng them United BtotOi fekmatfl Martin ui" Vitr.ini.'. ;. n. T. Cotetna lu Pool of Delaware, Concreooman .1 Hompton Moor.- p , V ,. J.im. s s. Rortaa of -ti .- b - c 'oinnu-ree-4 'oiiiiii ission. and Bdword Pearson. S. letarv .,)' Stale ..f N Hampshire. OOOd loads as le lab el ., tbt 0001 living was discussed b fterreto ry of ArtcuHun United st.it. Janes Wilso in an oddPI ss toda . lb- dt lore il t cst of living would be faducod b there was e-st il-li -h. d a mole intnua relation bOtWOOO the pri.dm er and I consumer. With the in. r aso in i OOd road mil. -age. tbe pale. Is 00 he said, would pen,., t the taelUl gc-tting from the bum to the town. "Relations between tain ;. and tov folks can be eslal.ii.Mie l." hi eXplolm "for the' prompt transler doily or u. , ly of much that the farmer DTOdttC ai ore when the town diootjor 1 is adolll the farmer goto half or tea iih oa eels Hst tbO farmer 0OVM ir-t moj the c-arrler would t. 1 bU frolgb m the- consumer would . t his suppii promptly, fresh and go-al. Hairy pi ducts, fruits, inc. its and OgOta Id. M ll'OOOfeilOd in this wa in Other, . out) riea. with grant battofacuon to btl ro cerned and with leos onhealth) fo I fewer ptomaine s and I. ss froque noma, h trouble r " Consumer Is Vitaliy Concerned. The' value' ef fattii land and the tent and character ef prddOi lion there on are- intliicne.d large. th. secretary Sinteel etllt. I) the eondiiion of h, public roads. Man pro, In, t s. (,,. s.,,, lanr.oi be transp, i t. ,1 for bifOj .lis 'an. . s over 1 r roodd, 00 that tana ore in such Oountry mas: rose crop that an- not portohabli Tins work, loss to both nrodwear ond coooumcr, ti th. Ponoor in that be ontot dafl ar hli goods Vhen the roadl p.rmit, t tin (Continued on fa-e 2 ) CALUMET BOY HONORED. L. Alfred Keary Named As O.-ator By Junior Valparaiso Laws. Word hits h.en received in c'.elunict tO the effe-e't that L. Alfred Ke,r. of Cabuaoti who is now a stueb-nt In th,- junior class of tin- law deportment of the Valparaiso Fnlvi-rsity has b.-. n honored by be ing eeloctd as the orator of his class. This dlottnotloa oame t him oftor a been oonspetltlon irlch tho eith.-r member of tbe . lass, nrfaieh i composed of I3n students. It Is the custom at the Valparaiso Fniversity for the faculi f to eelocf each year i roprooontattve of i class to act as orator foi tbe reor. The honor iv one which all of th- stM doatO espc-clally the law students strive- to gain, the selection betnf olil after all of the stude nts ha . bet ' to gain, the selection being mud,, only alt.-r all of the- stuebnts have bee-n SUbJecte'd to a s, .ere test. That Mi K M f ITlb mot I'u I in being chei-en to te-pre-se-nt the- Junie.ro of the law department Is very dtdo i Ing to his many frie-nels in Calumet. FIVE MINUTES OF PRAYER. 150.1100 000 English Speaking People Will Be Asked to Join. New York, Now 20. cVssat l..n, so far as possible of the acti Hi. - of l.u,- (100,00a Knglish-speaKiug 1 p I e throughout the orfltid, for five minutea, for silent prayer ami contemplation, Itt a suggestion w hich S. nator Root of New York has made for the celebration of the one-hundredth anniversary of p.a.e among l'.tiglish-spenking peo ple. The suggestion came out in connec tion with the app.dntm. nt bv Mav..r Darner of a committee of ion to have e-haVge of t he 1. le br.i t ion of t ' , . n tonnhll, The elate snggested Iv Feb. 17. 11 ft, the date of the at'tb alien by the- American and liritlsh gove-rnmenta of the Tre-nty of (thent. PROSPECTIVE CITIZENS. The etn. rs ,,r th.- Calumet bran fb of the Brit Ish -American notin . -tion league' are making arrani', m.-nt s to take a class of ir00U0Cl W etfbNM to He.'tgbton n.'vt w K 1 -tirt and see ..n 1 dt iyetmhlp popera, Fulhr detail-- will he aiitioiin I Inter. All theae Intending t,, secure their pa tiers are reqoeated to not If j l-",elwarel Woo.lward. president of the local in. in, h, rin of tin- otbar efboora.