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THE CALUMET NEWS CALUMET, HOUGHTON COUNTY, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 4, 1912. THB CALUMET NEWS IS A THE WEATHER: MAIN TONIGHT AND SON DAY. BRISK TO HIGH NORTHEAST WINDS. MEMBER Or THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. TODAY'8 NEWS TODAY. VOL XXI NO. 159 FEDERAL ARMY BEATS REBELS UNDERJROZCO ITS ACCEPTANCE IS URGED Big Victory for the Forces of Ma dero is Reported From Torreon Today MAY BAR REVOLUTIONISTS Proposition in Senate to Exclude Alien Plotters From U. S. Hearing Started on Amendment to Immigration Bill Offered by Root. Washington, May 4. rThe Mexican f.-.Yi.il nrniy defeated the reb. Is un der Hcncrul Orozco in a big buttle at Torreon, according to advices receiv ed here today. it ivaa learned today that the war department has orderod the army tiunsporl Kuford to take aboard not only Americana, but British and Spnn- beCtS BH Hell. May Exclude Revolutionists. The political rights of ajylum a (feet Ing Amerh an nnd Central Aiinrl an problems were Involve.) In the henr Inarn on Ihe Root amendment to the Senate immigration bill, beginning be fore the ifouBc committee on lmmi iratlon todav. The amendment would (riuso to be deported all aliens uaing the United States as nn asylum In which to plot against a friendly power Hep. Gardner of Texas, urged the Hmtae committee on ImmiKratlon to day to accede to the BoOl amendment to ImmiKration. which would bar Mexli hi revolutlonlsta from the tT. 8. Ii I tergal of Wisconsin, declared the r. subitum waa un-American. SQUADRON LEAVES MAY 11. German Battteshios Will Procaad First ts Hampton Roads. M.ilin, May 4- It has now been de-ided that the Herman battleship rquadroti win gall for America on May II, proceeding Hrat to Hnntptoa Roods, abera 11 will he jatned bv the German armored crulaW, Hrenien which lias been In American waters for noma lima, UGer the warships vill visit New York, and the return home, his be. n ael for the end of .lime. BIG CORPORATION WILL TAKE OVER S00 INDUSTRIES Toronto, May 4 Announcement was fin l. today that hereafter the LAR Superior iron dt Steel Co., located at Hnult Ste. Maria Ont.. will be known ft.) Hie .. Igoinu Steel Corpora lion Unt iled. The capital will be Increased from one million, to thirty million, The new corporation will take over the group o concerns known as the Boo Indastriea. 'ALMA. WHERE 00 YOU LIVE?" MAK'.S A BIG HIT AT DULUTH. J'dm D. Cuddthy manager of the Culumel theater, received the follow ing dispatch from Manag-a Marshall "i Duluth'i Lyceum today: "Alma, Where 1 H You Live'." play wl hern last night and made the hit ol the Reason. Horry we did not have th' oinpiiny gn cut Ire week. Delight I11I iniialc. Kxcellent caat and pro Auction, You can safely recommenu li lo your patrons aa one of the beat Hi.ivvs o the season." BOWL FOR SUPREMACY. The I'ommercluls and Independent! ftf tho Y. M. C. A.-Oominon lad Bawling itaipir win Dowj for tigjiiianat v Tues evening of next week. Thv Com .11- won four if the deciding v"u TliuradAf evening of this we. k. "hould that team win agnln m t T U evening, it will be the undis- Puleii rimmplon. NRST CHINESE WARSHIP LAUNCHED IN THE U. S. u. N. May 4. There was Attached irom the ways at the big I'lant .r thv New York BSipbuhMng yrnpany here this after ms in the tlrst 'Mneae war vessel ever built In th Ktateawbc cruls.T Fel Hiiiik armored veawel 330 feet long :'rA l-signel u have a ape-l of t m hour. The 'h1neae IMrdSler '" Fnltwl Rtntea. Mr. t'hati;, "i seeompnnled by his famllN ard "' l-gation ataff, came over from "hli.gton t( witness the launching " 'hrlstonlng eerejiionA- was per wjnteg by Mlaa. All.-e fhang. the Min "xiean-year-old daughter. French sorry to LOSE ROBT. BACON RETIRING AMERICAN AMBASSA DOR AND WIFE HONORED AT NUMEROUS FUNCTIONS. Paris, May 4 PW If any an.b.r -at.dors to I 1. line have been paid the honors willed came to Rnhsrl Bacon in connect Ion with his depurtutc after moat successful service as repreeeti tnllve of th. Halted states. Govern ment :md private organisations of French people offered a aertea of dln nera nnd receptions to Mr. and Mrs. Maoon, and at innumerable function v. as ex pressed the sincere regret of tin French people that the Ambassador should have retired. The fact thai Mr. flu eon has been elected a K.llow of Harvard l'nivei slty la greatly appreciated here, and incidentally has lad to u renewed In tereat In Harvard Vnlversii j . This 01 so, not only because of Mr. Ilu nn's position there, hut us well because pi the mv ollicial ifl.it ions between Harvard Cniversiiy. This la ao, not onlv because of Mr. Raeon's position ther. but aa well because of the new official relations between Harvard and the Sorbonne growing out of the arrangement for additional ex 'hfltge professors every year net w een the tvv l ualverattlea. Colonel BaJlly-Blancharjd, first sec retary of the embassy, who bus left to go to Toklo, ulso received many expressions of regret, for during hli long; tenure of office in Paris he has won a warm place In the hearts of the French people. Among- his Intimates the news of his transfer waa received with something akin to consternation, for Colonel Itlanchard had come to be regarded as a permanent menilier of the Ainciiean embassy. For twen-tv-sev n years he has served the Am erican State Department in Paris and elsewhere on the continent. Hike Henry v'ignaud. hla predecessor in the office of tlrst secretary, Colonel Itlan chard's value to the state department waa enhanced by hia Bktlmaie knowl adae of French ANOTHER AIRSHIP FOR GERMAN ARMY SECOND ZEPPELIN IS NEARING COMPLETION NEW TYPE OF DIRIGIBLE SOON. nerlln. Muv 4. The new milLarv Zeppelin nirship Is fust approaching , inplelioti nl Ft iedrichshafeii, and the work of idling Its ballonettes will b. befua a day or two. This will make the aaaOAd pelfe. ted Zeppelin ill militarv service, niul the third has been ordered. The war department possesses also i Zeppelin of all older type, liut It is already obsolete, or viitually s. The new airship Is ex- paetad at laaai to Myssl and pofaUrty laipgaii her sister airship in speed The specltlcavions call for I speed of :.i.out II miles nn hour, but thia will undoubtedly be greatly exceeded und will probuiily reach 4S miles, the rec ord Of us the existing Zeppelin Is known. A dlrlgitde balloon unlike any exist -inK type ia receiving the finishing touch.- at DalaBerg. Hf chief pe- euliaiitv is that H la t consist of tliree separute balloona, each com plete in Itself. Karh balloon will be M feet long and 60 feet In MaaMttP. There will le noil-compartments, giv ing the airship one advantage of the rigid tvpe. Five gondolas, connected I," vestibules use the coaches of a pas scnger train WTt onn-cted. vvill be , nrled The. will be eqUlppSd wilh tin motors, which will generate teM horseaower, The aoMolM wIM huve beating and lighting applhrncs. They IP4 de-.gned to ,-arry tW passengers. STOP EATINC MEAT TO EflRCE PRICES DOWN Philadelphia. May 4. ISellex ing that I drop in the a f meat, which are now the hlgheat In a Qttafter d ., t.,.turv. can only he nccomptislie., ,V self-denial, tiousewnes ... s.cHons of the city have started a boycott. M"Ut dealers sav their busl u.aa has fallen off nearly a third In MM .nstancea since the inovemen. began HmmVL" II RECOVERING. New Claimant Oparsted Upon m Chi caqo to Relieve Brain. CMM10, 111 . May 4. -The mvst. rtOjS. m),n who elaims to he Oerg' A. Ktm ., f Rita KhM ha" il" Hobcr, Mums hospital, where :.n op n was pglfaHlWi eim k"" M, Wednesday to remove pressu.e US ,,n his brain. in- Lure.i J. Wild SSM that with (h), pgglaat'i recv.tv might come his mtror which would chmr th ,,rv uboiit hla Identity- HI memory BM Sart to bin, ilka a Sash." wki " maj oaaaa giMually, bat I am carltdr, ,ba, when he la fU'b re. ovei - be aide to 1.-4I hla story eoherentl nl rationally." j IflGliTING HARD fOR MARYLAND Both Talt and Roosevelt Have Speaking Programs in That State Today PRIMARY ELECTIONS MONDAY Voters Have Awakened to Import ance of the Contest FoHncu is Principal Topic of Conver sation Democrats Also Are Active. BaJAliaort, .May 4.-Th, BM day af the primer) campaign la sfaryland tonnd Haft ami Hoosev.it eatf on the move with sp.-.-king program tii.it at - UP.V them unti: bed tlliie. and covr nearly ever) lart of the unto. The DgBUM nat planned a series of rallies for Bpaojegg Claik. Wilson ai d Har mon. Maryland his awakened to th.' inipoitaine of the prinr.11 i.s and today the Wh.lc state is tahHng of little but politics. Taft'a Busy Program. w lamlagton, .Muy t. rriwtflaas' Tit left Washington this morning p:e;.a' ed for a strenuous da of campaign Ing In Marx land. Br lei talks wars sohedtjk-d at H.vattsv ill.-. Laurel and Abotdaa, .md set gpaarhaa at BBUtoM, Lelalr. Hav.ro. Daflfae and Itultl-uoie Talt Bitterly Attacka T. R. In hi., snore h at HvattasiBe, th preMdeni ggaja atta Bad l. -aad act used him of uissta ti niont and rulKHuo(ation of lb-, speeches. He as- aaiui atttartj the RooaevaM goctrlaa of the recall of Judges and daeMpna I am .1 man of peace," shouted the preHident, "uikJ 1 don t went to linht Hut when I do Bghl I want to hit hard. Bran a rat in a conn 1 bill fight.- When he agfcad if he had rectdved a aqusge deal fi-om BogaeveB. aevaral persons shout imI, "N'o. Xo." Taft' Son Honored. t'ambridge, Ma.-s., Ma 1. lb In rt Tafi. aofl of the preshb at. bus been elected preSlrtenl mid editor-In chief of the Harvard LatM RCVll w MAKE WHITE SLAVE FIGHT. Stanley W. Finch Appointed Commit sioner to Exterminate Vice. Washington, Mav 4. Altai Uf Qa era! i. karatiam has appointed StaS lev W. I'lnch. chief of tin- haraaa ol inv cstlgotloii ol the department of Jus tice, a special mmmlesMher lo sup presa tin white slave traffic, Mr. i-'inch vviii begin ;. v Ig orowrcam palgjn in gvary slate in th" union for ihe extermination of the v ice, if- aril! i -opei.ite with societies and indivi duals IllH rested to wipe out th tn.i - tic by a systematic and coinpr "henaive plan of investigation BBd ptoaaauUUS und by pki.ing agents in .-very state. About 600 special oM cers w ill be cm ployed In this active eumpaiun. A rigorous Investigation i condi tion! In Virg-inla. West irginla, Mary land. North faiollno. and the Iisttict of Folunibia already has ... .11 Marl ed. RARE OLD VIOLIN. Geneva Shopkeeper Buys $4,000 In strument for Pittance. QanOVa, .Way 4. A poor workman out of employment, currying an old violin, entered a shop near (Senevn re cently and offered the Instrument for sule, atatliiK that he and hla family were Impoverished. A young clerk from a sense of pity bought the violin for two dollars, and alter having it repaired, began to play apOO it. He was surprised tit the melody. When I musician to whom he hud shown it often ) him $L'0, he became susplcloua and took the violin to mi expert, who declared it to be an Ama ti and that it was wortli a large sum of money. A few days later Mr. Fi nest Schilling, a well known Ameri can tnualcian who Uvea near Pad . 1 . u - iw ottered the clerk $4,000 for the violin, but the negdtiationa have not yet been concluded. The clerk, on hla part. Intends to mnke a gen i rolls rattfm to Hie workman from whom he bought the Instrument. TWENTY-FIVE CAR LOADS. J. C. Shields Makes Comparison Giv ing Idea of Titanic Loss. Supl. Bhletda of the Keweenaw- Cen tral was a Calumet v isitor yeeterduv. In speaking of tlw- greal loss of llf.'on Hie White Siar liner Titanic, Mr j-hlelda remarked thai It was startling to Hunk ot such a large crowd drop pin out of existent In so short 1 time. "The la.rgist number of people we took out of 4'alumet lust annuo, r on the K. '. was 1.200 on on train of twelve c.a. b. s packed. Add four more coa. hea or 11 total of sixteen care and it will give vou mi Id.a of the large crowd thai w us loat on the Titanic. ' said Mr. Shields, "or taJte the aver age seating 1 SMsCtty of h onarh of lx-ty-tlve people, und we rind thai ap proximately twenty -five conch lails ..f people went d.wn with the Titanic." It has been computed that of the 1 .m m 1 habitants of the globe 10,000,0(K) speak the Kng4lh tuiigue. CHICAGO STRIKE IS MORE SERIOUS PAPERS COMPELLED TO ISSUE CONDENSED EDITION WITHOUT ADS. Hi.-..-.., Mlgv 4 Th. -! 1 1 i U . .a the lie. smcii on IkW principal 4'hlcago dally papera took; on a mole serious aspect to.l.ty whsju I tie st .1 cot y p,-rs in all orti'e ubVnt'fHi theli work in sympathy with the om-innl -irilMt-s. Till-. 11, , 1. tti, tAlril union 1,, join in the siril.e, (he vtratioh .Inveis having ! previously ipiit The wnlkont the stareotypera compelled Ihe their moralggj labels to condense uily one ad, Hon Was iHsin o ni this was without advertisement It expec.ed the sf t rno.ii puis rs u i act similarly. For the tlrst tl since the strike b ".in hoatlsa resorted to today. Several shots a--efe4lrcl i..n none ,,. inn 1. 1 ne pi 00 e . i ew'eip,.- wagona. uu'i' IMillcenien, were 4iaini lo hurt. The tudlcei arrested everal llpdei- xual'd of Hided at th. lime .0' the sIiooHim;. 6.0C0 Freight Handlers Strike. t'uicago. May 4. S' tho,!-ani j freight handlers atri : ioda be- nusc the) failed to .'btair ut c.U am in wag a. The walkout iit-t- nearly every rarlroed in C"iii a 11 The men ure affiHatrd with the '.11 ..thei b icd if tailway freight hai)"; FLOOD SITUATION GROWING WORSE HUNDREDS ARE MAROONED AND MUCH SUFFERING IS REPORTED. .New nib -Jim?. Muy 4 Hood -ondi-1 11 ns are gri wing worse. The volume of water Is the great si v 1 ipvnrdcd. At T arras the Hter B ) inns Mirough a W I dotting oresraeSS with antithct break threatened, i-ti .vorth reported bumireds . f peisi.us ' Hi. suiioonil las aovntrj "Anraaneti in Lharr homaa Ther. is inuh Mtfferinf among the Saod refugeea in He Clack U.vec ilia trict of Lotilslami, Ni.nihTj u at the p.nnt of agarvatlon aBd mnn) are almost naked. RELIGIOUS CONTROVERSY. Germany Divided Over Modification of Jesuit Decree. BariBt, May 4. The Jesuit iplestion bus sprung sudd, til to the fore in (brinany and now hag in the newspa pers an importance almost as great as in the days of I lisinarck's famous find unsuccessful "Kuluirknmpt" or struggle against the ltoinan Catholic church. one of the first acta of the new Be Tartan ministry, coming into pow er in con sequence of the victory of the clerical Centre party In the lta varlan elections, was the Issuance of a decree Bsodifylng the aeverity of en forcement of the onf-Standing im rcrial legislation . alnat the Jesuit order in Germany ..nd in tha result ing controversy it was brought out that an "interpretation of the Im perial law, not at all unfavorable to the Joult order, had been Issued In Prussia. Aa It Is the duty of the Bmpernr and his responsible representative, the J-nperi.H chancellor, who la also as It happens prime minister In Prussia, to watch against inttaetlons of imperial 'nwa, ihe oppositii.n papers have made much of Chancellor von Btthmahn liollwea's embarrassing dun' roic and there la no doubt that the ajweatlon, which aroae after the Kmpcror's de parture for Corfu, forntsd o most Im portant part of the chancellor') dell- beratlr.na with his majesty during his Kaater visit In ori. LIVELY DEBATE AT CONEERENCE PROPOSALS OFFERED TO RE STRICT MINISTERS IN CHOICE OF CHURCHES. Minneapolis, Minn., May 1 Two proposals t Ihrovt restrict lopa a boat ministers in the choice of their churches promised to arouse a lively debate In the Methodist I'.plscopul 1 .infer ance today. The emphatic state ment of the bishops that the ministers should "disi rage the Browing ten dency to go where the aa In lies are highest, rather than where their serv ices are moat needed." waa sclu dub .1 to bring- out a discussion aa to the relation between the cost of living and the salaries paid in many parts of the country. An emphatic demand that the . hurch nl. and.. 11 its Hiiti-nmuaemetit rulea was m ole In the resolutions of fered today The resolutions were re fer red to a committee. SEMINARY NOW 100 YEARS OLD Three Day Program at Princeton Theological College Opens Tomorrow MONDAY COMMENCEMENT DAY Presbyterian Seminary Third Old est in the United States Many Prommet.t Speakers to Take Part in Exercnee. School's In teresting History. Princeton, .v J.. May 4. All prepa rgUona have bean romp kited f,(r the three day celebration scheduled to be- gin tomorrow, ol th. c-ntenary ol Prtacetoa 'fsaglafdMtl Pairda iry. Hun dreds of alumni of Hie ven ruble in stitution have arrived hare already and many more are e:p . t. o toatriv lu re before the Is-glnnlng ..1 the conmiemo rative ex. r ises tomorroa. A. cording to the arasaaoa Use rttanrlaaa win hasta loinoiiovv forofioon wit'.i a hist uiial Sarmofl by President I'atton. follov.ed iiy the adinlntelruti 1 u" th. Lord's Mtpp. r. Thg af tar aoon service a ill ha tlaSdre. tha founder at OaafBitaara Oaf at four o'ctoak, and the Bftahtr allljlSBS and whoae name ia inaorw-Ujly be the Rev Dr. John Dixon a t nistee ! interw ..ven win the early hlftterj ot .f Princeton. President IjCthelbert l. Warn. id. of Lafayett. CoUasv, wlU be the speaker the een1nflfc Cow m era musSH exerefneg will take pla. e on Monday. In addition to the usual program there will be tw . spe clal uldieaaes bv in. l. rators t the L'.eiiei,, asKcmldtcs ..! the .Northern Southern lre.ty tel 1.1 n , hurche: . which. net. .I' thsif division, were together concerned in the establishment of the seminary. The afternoon i!eHion will be gi..n over to three addresK. s re- Stlnuvcent of th. history of the In Sltntloa. The day will close nith a dinner for the alumni, fallowed b Sf gches Under the auspices ol the Alniuiii Ass k lation. Many Prominent Speakers, 'in Tuesday morning there will be three add r. s,-;. s by speakers who ..ve been inviliii Irom abroad for the ima ion. In the .-iflerntNin a itnnmemora Hve dinner win i.e held, fallowed by spet-ches ..." greetmB and oonfflMtnig tioll from the fepres-. 11! it iv . s ol the general assembly, from t!u laity of the I'resbv terian tun, othor churches and seminaries. t whi. h President Patten will respond. Tile list ol Hie sp. ikcrs Inctudea Dr, JletM 1. Cnrnon and Dr. Kuss.ii CaaB, Phartss BeatU Aiexan Sar, ll. n., of Ban fork, BeBert Speef, a seONter) of the I'resbv teriJIl Hoard of I'lM'eigll Missions: the Rev. VIHIam ll Johnson, of Uttaoht Cnl verslty . tha Bnv. J. H DttBsSj presi dent of the Alumni tasnoJstBSi; the !;t. Lev. Principal Alexander Stewart. of St. Mary s College, St. Andrews; the Hev. James Wells, tnodenil r H the Praaftj Utiaa Church In Scotland; tha Kaar, John MacMtllan, moderatai of the Preay terian I'hui. li in Ireland. Kishop Crecr of New York and ITesl- dam Hibbeti of Princetsn ITnlvgtnlfj. Third Oldest In U. S. Prim gtan Theological Seminary' la the third olt.est purely denominational sciiiinary In the United States. The oldest Is the theological seminary of the Dutch Hefor d ''hurch in Amer ica at New Brunewick, founded in. ITS4. Then comes Andover Theolo gical Seminary, a c,.nregution-d in--atltWthm, which, however, wns made a iasnrtmenl of Harvard Crdveraity In recent y. viis. Princeton Besitiwn was cste. dished by- Hi. Hcneral Asx tubly of the PreSliy terian Church in 1812. after an avreeu cut I. ad been reached with ITineeton I'nlv-rslty. icgardin; Hie relations between tue vollwsrc and the seniinory. The Rev. Archibald Al- sun I. r. then Paator of the Third l i. .bv t. riun Church, PhlladslfMi. was made professor ol Didactic, and pole mic Theology and inaugurated In Au gust lilt, The seminary opened that autumn with three students, who a 1 . ruled lectures In Dr. Alexundci --tu.lv. thafora the session closed .lev aa more students were enrolled The seminary grew rapidly and In 111! the general assembly found it neces ajaff) t" provide for n suitable building vb vinder Hull wsh built in the fol lowing year, at a cost of $47.n(X. It is now used us a Jomltory In ls:'4 th. Kiiidu.it ing 'lass nunilHted sixty -two. That same v.ur a State clwirter was ,.bi lined and since then a number of other buildings for the use of the in stitution have been erect.nl. BISHOP NORTHROP. Head of Charleston Diocese of Roman Catholic Church. Charleston. S. C. May 4 Rt. BsW. Harry P. Northrop. Roman CJStBaBc bishop of Charleston, -elrbrates to morrow the seventieth anniversary of his birth lbshop Northrop wns iw.ni in thia city and educated at Mount St. Msrv a Baltimore, where he grsdualisl In INfcti. Following his onlinatlon he aervl for a time as assistant priest of th. church of the Nativity in New York and then was transferred to a mission in Bafth Carolina. Iu 1HR2 h was made lcnr nstolle ..f North Carolina and the next v.ur waa traneferre.1 to the see of Charleston, suv. eetllni: I ; hop p. H. Lyn h. SHRINERS GATHER AT LOS ANGELES 70,000 VISITORS AND FRIENDS ARE IN ATTENDANCE AT COUNCIL MEETING. Los Angeles, Fa!.. May 4. The an nual imperial council meeting of Hiu .n b ni Arabic ( ird. r Nobles of the Mystic Shrine will begin in l.s An geles Monday. For the greater part of the week the cliy will be Klvm ov. r to the v isltora, who w ith their families and trietu's are expected to number fully 7.".oi In honor of th. occasion the entire city is transform ed with color and decoration. The program Is declared to be the moat elaborate ever prepared for a eon 1 lav.- of the Shrlners The parade feature Is being given special atten tion, and outalde of the spectacular Patrol parades there vvill ge float and flower parades and brilliant electrical 1 puK('i,n,s ' night. There will be dully excuralons to c.nalina Island. Fasadena, Long Beach, Mount Lowe and other places of intereat In and aroun 1 Los Aasetea, MEMORIAL FOR CARROLL. Statue of Founder of Georgetown Col lege Is Unveiled. Washington, I). .'., May- 4. The memory of Rev John t'arroll of Bal- the Roman Catholic ehur. h in Amer isn. was honoi.-d i.hI;;v in th. unveil ing of bia statue in Hie rounds ,4. (bsit u.-town Kniv.isity. The btonze statue represents the archbu nop in a sitting jsMiltion. y.ubed in the I'kbes of the Jesuit older. Prea Idem Taft, Cardinal CHibona and Very Lev. AlphnnnutfJ. Donlon. president of Ceorgetown, delivered Hie prim ipal gd dresses at the unveiling. Th event waa attended by a large gathering of prelates ot the church and by prom inent alumni of the university from ill sections of the country. WOULDN'T LET EVANSTON SLEEP NORTHWESTERN STUDENTS CEL- EBRATE ORATORICAL VICTORY, POLICE CALLED OUT. Chicago, Mav 4 ftt r parndii g the streets of lOvanston this morrnn- and arousing r. sid, nts v. ith tins pans, cow a bells and shout.s. two iHindred students of Noil hw . stern nniv.rsity gatln . in front of the girts' dormitory and tv .isd t.. leave until dispersed by the police who responded to rb.t calls. No ai r. sis were made. The doniotistru -tlon BoBnwai tha VlCSary Of the uni versity in the northern .rat iricul con teat at BranMoa PMdaj niht Patnagai living on the streets af the Una gf march were aroused by tlx noise mad. by the paraders and numeroue com plaints were made to the police, SERVICES FOR MAJOR BUTT. Taft Will Be Principal Speaker at Ma some Memorial. Washington, D. C, May 4. Among all classes In the capital a deep in terest Is manifested In the Masonb memorial exercises to be held at the National Theater tomorrow afternoon in hoiiot of Major Arch Urn id W. Hutt. President Tatt's late militaty aid who was among the victims of the Titanic dheister. ITesddent Taft will deliver the irlncipal aldress at the tsetlnj Am uik the otherspeakers will be Sec retary of War Stimson and S.niiot Hoke Smith of Ceorgia. NEW BUILDING COLLAPSES: MANY DEAD IN THE RUINS Toronto, May 4. The walls of the new five-story building t the William Nellaon Co. collapsed today, burying a score or more of employees. Two pet sons ale Known to have been kill Si nnd five seriously injured. Many others ale believed to be dead ill the rulna. Two hundred employes and a majority of the women and chlhlrer. were at v..rk when the accident o. cm n d RHODE ISLAND CELEBRATES. 136th Anniversary of Independence. Older Than U. S. MTov idence. R. 1.. May 4. -In the old State House here today public exer rises were held In celebration or the 136th anniversary of Rhode Islands Declaration of lreerenlence. It wns on May 4. 1776, two rmmha before the American 1 V-elaratmr. of lndeiwnd enre, that evrtior Ceorge NlcnoUa Cooke and in irvbers of the tlener.ii ss. uibh f the Coh nv ot HIiikI. !- land and Hi. Provldewe Plentanona signed the h.stiumcnt whb h Saelarad the o,.n.v to lx fn- of anv alleaxiunre t. th Hrltlsh Crown. CASE AGAINST ARCHBALD UP 10 COMMITTEE House Judiciary to Decide Wheth er Impeachment Proceedings Will be Begun PRESIDENT SUBMITS PAPERS Grave Charges Filed Against Commerce Court Judge DETAILS NOT MADE PUBLIC it h aid Defendant It Accused of Courting Favor of Railroads. Wasl.invfton Mav 4 President Talt today sent i mesMuce to the House in response to the N'oriia ; "solution as -lug fcjr puper in the coh- -f Judge Anhbald, of the, commerce court. hurged with using his office to pro cure favor from the railroads. Taft said it waa not compatible with the public interest to make all the omper dealing with the investigation, made by Attorney Hernial Wbkersham, pubhi .it this time, but they have teeii sent to the judiciary ..mniittee of the Hons .or rue h further Investigation as it might desire to make It. It will rest with this committee whether or not Impeuciiinent ju... ..dings will be be gun. One ot :he sHH ltlc allegations made against Archbald, It ia auid, ia he was interested in a proitusal to purchase some coal banks owned by a coal company- controlled by the Brio railroad, ll Is assorted these were to be bought for a l onviwrntively small sum and sold .t a profit of twenty-ilve thousand to forty thousand dollars, of which. It ia charged, An hbald would receive one third as his share. SIX SUBMARINES YEARLY. Merlin, May 4. The new armament bills, which have JuBt cone to the i Setchatag, cantnia one feature not publishes! in advance. This la tho government's pro(Hsal to build alv ssjhni n ines a year for the coming el years. Whack would give the navy Tl ..f this type of craft in 11H8. Them ure now fourteen submarines in com mission, but tbeae will be ufbselete In six vears. ITALIANS SEIZE ONE OF LARGEST TURKISH ISLANDS Rome, Mav 4. The It.Hlan fie. t this morning reized the Turkish Island af Rhoades, one ot the largest islands In the Aegean sea. It has an area of f.r-0 square miles ami a (Hipulntion of thirty thousand. MEADS FUNERAL TODAY. The fureru! of the Uv.e Thomius P Meal ttok place thia afternoon, with servlcca at the- Calumet Congregation al cluitvh. Rev. Luther K. Long ofh cistinr. Interment was in Lake V.ew cemetery. Mxintl ose Cr mmatslei y . Knights T-intihir. h id i barge af the olwieuulea FUNERAL OF CHARLES GRAY. The funeral of the late Charles (Vruy will take place at trSO o'rlk tomor row afternoon. with services ut the Calumet M. K. church. Rev. C. L Ad ams tifticiatlng Members of One and All Msfja, Sons of St. (icorsre and Oar f .1.1 Castle. ICnlghts of the Ooldest Ragle, will attend. FAMOUS FEUDIST 18 SHOT. Lexington, Ky.. May 4 Ed. Calla han the famout llreathltt county feud lat, waa shot from ambush and proh ablyt fatally wounded today. It is thought he can live only a few houra. DOUBLE ANNIVERSARY IN CHICAGO POLICE ANNALS CntcnBO, 111.. May 4 Veterans of the Chicago police force today Joined In the customary observance of the an niversary of the two modt memorable .v.nts in the history of the depart ment Twenty -six .ars ago today oc curred the Ha v market riot. In e htch six policemen met death and sixty others ware maimed by bombs throw it by AnarrhlsSn. Thre- years later, on May 4. 188, Or Patrick H. CTt.nln. the Irish na- 1 tlonallst agitator, was lured to the i Carlson cottage in North Ashlondi av. nue nnd iiiurd.r.sl O.s.ths if thae conms-ted with the trials subn-inent to these travnsli.-s have tveen numer oue, most of th.tn uimstutal.