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THE CALUMET NEWS
f THE WEATHER: I McMBBn VP 1Mb ASSOCIATED GENERALLY FAIR TO NIGHT AND TUESDAY. PRE88. TOBAY g NEWS TODAY. VOL XXI CALUMET, HOUGHTON COUNTY, MICHIGAN, MONDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 6, 1912. NO. 160 f THE CALUMET NEWS 18 A CO OPERATE TO KEEP COST OE LIVING DOWN Taft Sends Congress Additional Data on What Other Nations Are Doing SOCIETIES VERY BENEFICIAL Show Rapid Growth in France, Belgium and Denmark PRODUCERS THE DISTRIBUTORS1 Relief Funds Are Provided and Insur ance Against Sickness or Lack of Work. V ishirictnii. Mil) C. President Tal tnfai mm to congress laa seeond In tail mem oi the renottaof rtot&eular of. iic -i on coop ration and the cos; ..; living which are the result of the n estimation ho some tune ago diractad should ie ind'. The eoantiiai ln- Imled In lids installment are Frame, I'.clglum. the Netherlands and Den mark. Tha roporto ant apcomrnnlrd l. a letter Iroin Huntington Wilson. Acting Se'letlll'V of Stllte. it appears from the Information col li ted, the Act tog Raoratarj ciuh, thai the rising oaat of living his directed attention to and augmented the mom berahlp of the co-operative socletlea in re esi i-eiitiiy in Prance and m ig.um. The FTt ftdh eo-operutivc us relations UN in tha main arranged udoii tha same system as those in the tfttlted III. Tile lelidt no) is tow aid urn all eochHIeg ani the wrem gsgjorlt) i the associations represent groeerief and bakeries. The nmt su. . sitful dis tributive societies are in the maun rarturing cltlea of hortheeateiri an1 Central rnuvi'. Anions these societies lot funds ai udii.lhiaieivd and III - ruwe against iltnaaa and forced non employment is supplied. AnatiaemnH lire made with dentists doctors, und artisans for their services by mem kern on .t inmisaton basin Aiji icultural and Industrial. The operatloaa or the agricultural or levies hsa in-en especial!) attcceaaful lii southern France. The French Oov rrnmenf bus given em mn ageim ml to iii'M societies by furnishing egporti ittlvie, gnmtiir subv ntlons, and per mitting kong term Using by ac.i Cultural lit umii iatlon. The neneral hu im in done prlnripaUy nm-h aa hi beyond iiie reach t Riaa) Individual members i purehaaad from tha surpluaca nr la loaned graiulfoualy or upon the pay - : ni of nominal fee, itovernfttaht amgloyaag are 40 large ext rt1 orgatttgad into . o-oieratle leties. Man "i the asanviatlona are ainiiatud witii Uxb or uniona that ra Kiriit Hu n- fnanibarahlp to iiersona n hikkI in 1 given occupotlon. in regard to laduatriaJ cooparatlva production it appears that planli "Micyi ami ape rated iy the oaparailvas are not uncommon In France, In Ly nns, for example, the enterprise con- mi'-ted 1) societies composed of their own opera tlvaa, Including printing ami inirravlng, buildina. pit' iMng, tailor in. woavlr.g. tnnnin( urpentertng. 1 ' 1 rhangfnaj, the makii of jsnste- Ixiard boxes and the nutklog Of mrtal ll furniture. Tendency Toward Fairness. rli consular reports state that the ir.iuh co-operative societ'as usuall is-ll at iiii i which ar neither higher nor lower than those of private stores "111I thai they hnve a leisdnistt) Ut Keep Prle h throughout the distil t wh-r-the. up. located down to a fair le.vi I ; x 'ii as to enhance tha purity and ''a lit - of the yoods Tile ih gfee rnluction In the cost of living la al "iohi wholly contingent usm the cap nblllty and the nltn:isin of ihe man- ngamettl of the raapactivs (Hsirlcts. In Ihlglum, the cotuwlur n ports "tale, 1 large proportion of the co "P'THtiw societies sell at irh es lower than tinH ot th' regular rnarlcsts, al lowing only membcTs to purchase, aaidj linve only nominal profits to distribute. Mnij societies guaranteed u 6 per 'eni iilvMegsl n all purchases, and 'HatrUated all remaining prollts to various funds for Insuran'e. pangsons. Irlks reJIst, Inrtemnit ii a for ajurles nd the like. The consular report. late thai the virtual biSJtlinlng ot tin Keni nn o-(ip,.ruti e iiiomii 111 ill Kel 'am is stild to have Iwen due to the ' 'Mh ot hs various pUVtallStfc and lolior parties in I80 itwi the years following. In Other Countries. The soctgtlsilo societies are raporti I to have no affiliation with the l iter "tlonU OaOpSfatlTS Alliance. The ot of many of the agricul- 'raj l o-operaflve soi leties ha baM very greet ly by th lei 1, .,1 pm the leiiaue of church tuatstlsg com- l'mg M assoelations. hi th. ..h-i lands the i-.-oMrati' Mleraeni his had its ISgSjSSg growth vln" I una The hmsocIh lions liiclmle leiiu'sH, supplies. UHrlcuHural supplies "reaanirlsst farmers' man iwnk. and agings bnk.. A cwsh basis Strict I) "itf Ihta imsl The Timual dividends re VETERANS' TRAIN ill T n ft it ni a n r i , CARS ROLL DOWN AN EMBANK MENT AND EX-CONFEDERATES ARE KILLED. Huttowburg. Miss., May li. Six or more passengers and four trainmen were killed. ;ui( twenty-live passen gers, hurl. some believed fatally, when th Aral sactloa at tt.iin carry dm CMmim veteran from Texas lo the reunion at Mucin, Qaorgia, w.im wi'fckcii todaj on tin--u iiritMns ;hmI Northeastern road, riit 1. -.1,1 paHHi nK-'iH ar supposed la tis Coafadsraia veterans The Praia I as "inning thirty miles an hour. VfM baggage oar, day eaaen and three aWfNMt left the tract ami rallad down an embankment. anniversary of gorce v. London, May I. -The ruatt im.ry d egvaSM es lada mat kid the sac nd an mvisai) of the Secession of King fJeorge V. In London iiae,. were d,s Naped "ii all publte and many private 'iiiiidings. At naoa ; hajjlsci 't the RoyuJ Moi.-e .rtillerv in St. .lames 1'arU tired a salute of forty-one puns. SAFER OCEAN TRAVEL TO BE CONSIDERED IN BERLIN fieri to, May I. The mnritlme eon farsncs, oaflad on ahnngror PIUIani'a initiative in consequenSe of the Titan ic if least er was omneJ today. A inue gathering of interior depurt im nt ot -Petals, representatives. of trans-at-Inntlc shipping companies, ship build ers, marine associations, etc., is pies tut. Quest ksas rotating to Mfs-ssvlag sejUlpment, ocean routes, wireless tel graphy ami buHsheads aill be canafaf -red. The eonfelt?nce is oxpei led to last 1 onsiderable time. ENGLISH FIND $1,600,000. Will Work With U. S. in Aiding Vic tims of the Titanic. London. May . The llritish Titanic funds amount to approximately $1, lii'ii.oini. A leiilereiice was held at the Mansion House today to arrauga for Its dt' rlhiition. It was decided to ex tend immediate it-lie! to widows ami bereaved families of meniheis of the lew. pending the organization of' a CCntSalttee lo undertake the adminis tration of the lull L This coiniulttee will InMttde the lord mayor. Urn Karl ai Psitiji ami the govarnaar of lha hank of Bajtaandi Oa i.i id Psrhy'a gpggwstlafi, it was decide, I to Inquire whether the Aim"' can relief committee OOttld provide for emigrants who lost relatives that in tended to settle permanently In the halted States. STEEL SUIT IS BEGUN. Taking of Tectimony Started Before Special Exammar. New York. Mar C Hefme MenT.v I', la.ovn of IMiil.tdelpbi.i. Slttina as tps rati examine,-, tic taking of testiim nv was iieguii todav in the case of Ihe Coveinment's suit fog the dissolution of the United States Steel eoiporatlot). it is expoeted that the heating 01 r nesses will oct upv six months or more ami that the case will not rieh ti e uirts, tor trial until the beginning til I next year. BIGGEST BUILT IN MICH. Washington. May fi. Ship-buildim; in the United states irarlng april amounted to .''Trtl gross tons, la all ! I vessels wen i oiiMvn led. the larg est beiag the pal he or lPM tons, mint at Waadotta M leak, aaUl the Uayanion and Tagtaas, bqth al I.SS1 t""s- mii't at la ei se. Mich. PEARY. UNDERWOOD. DAVIS AND KNOX BORN MAY 6TH Rfhshtngton, O. C sfaj fi. How to achlevp SUOOeSS and t ine c- horn on May sixth. I' lilamlcr ' Kn x. Set fe tal) of State w as hot n May fi. lS.;i. Jeff Daia of At-kHiisas. srho raoeadly won out in his fhfhl to return t" t;i" nnaia. aria barn M"V ,; )ears iik" laday sad on the same gaj iisx-ur W. I nd. r wood of Alalsima. who aspires (0 bSCOraV. an upant of the White House, ansdS his elitraace into the world. Still another famous Am erican Srhs brat, s Ml hlithday iili Sjrsrssn tOdS) is Hear Admiral Rob srl C. I'eirv. who round the North I'ole. Admiral Pear.v was horn Ma) 1;, ts.ifi. turned to the purchasers averaa BS lateen I and M per sent Arrange in. nis are made with dentists. BOO tors, and merclMnts who sell gSOdl ahlch the soi let v does not handle, 10 gtea the gnetet) . ommlssion on BUsL ness dOgs with Its inemPers. in Psnmarh sni tfa oonflnsd la II, embers ol the t i -e peiHt I V soelelles unless the tatter nhjeri them- selves to taxatien The Joint 1 ti.,11 ..r iianish r operative " letle tvparatai faotarlei ami saiehonsea igrsagjiarai DssansrV Ad preesi the sveragt givHinsa ranga from ' pet relit . The statelll-'it Is made III the , ..n iiiar reports thst the prfcrea . harn d h private BSSJcri are ke.t aoWTt 'UNCLE TO HEAR mi'li'lLl b' Ul Vll Operation Successfully Performed on Man Who Claims to be Missing Banker MEMORY IS RESTORED TO HIM Section of Skull Pressing on the Brain is Removed Andrew J. Whit is Creatly Inipioved and Will Si-e Visitor Soon. Chicago, May 0. Dr. . s. Woods, of Omaha, urcle of (brce A. Klmmel, will he given an opportunity 10 IsaBff the BUM) of Andn v J W hite, who is now r o . ecing- froai a ci anial opera tions, which he submitted to in the hope that it Would el; able hilll to pn VP himself the mkslng Ceorgc A. imim lllel. i'hysicians in .hi'ue of hit an rioiinee.i today that the operailoll hoi been !-', sstul ami that the removal o'' 1 section of the skull which pn - on the asaia ggaj spparsnti raatarsd the memory of forgotten evertu to White. The man as greatly im- iooeo louuy, uui no iieimitti ii o 1 receive v isitors soon. WnoiU will be one of the llrst to be asked lo talk to th. patient who In sists he is QaargS A. Kinnm I, Srhi dis upjK'aied a veor ago from Ail. ...sis Cit", Kansas, and OVST Wfc)OSS IdepAlt a contest for llfsoao insurance money has bsen waned. WILL IMPROVE RAILWAY. Stockholders of Virginia Ro&d Author ize $75,000,000 Bonds. Norfolk, Va.. Ha) 1. Aa ambitious plan for the development of the Vir ginian Ratings? li foreshadowed by the action of the stockholder! ai their meeting here tislov in ..uthoi Uing Ihe Isstsiafe of a coupon pond mortgage not to exceed 7 .'..t)iMl,iii)i. Of the pTO ceeds of the issue alioiu t vv o-tnirdh . i' is said. wrtM he use, 1 fur I m prove -meota und txtsnsioaat. The Virginia Railwsy naa buHt b.v the late M. II. Ib.gers anil bl still con trolled b.v 1Ih estate. Its eastern tei -mlmra Is at Norfolk ami Its arsagsm isrmtoaa si Deepwster, w. Va.. sraers it coiineds with the CMtesnpeake and ftittak it is batlaved La lie the preeohi piiui 01 1 ue t oiupaii) in ext. tui 1 he Inn to i 'incihhtati in order to obtain a Western outlet. NO GOLD IN BOLIVIA. American Miners Warned Against Re ports of Rich Discoveries. Washington. May t!. American miners, especially those in the west ern section of the country, ate warned agntnal false reports of enormously rlob paid discovselea in Bohvlg whieh shaadg have sent a number of Am erican fortune hunters into that coun try with disastrous results. The Am erican delegation today at li Pay. OS bled the state department that many ot these iniuets v,re returnina; from Tipuanl brittghag unfavorable reports, ami that although the I'.olivlan gov 1 vnmeut has been assisting prospect ors in their search, so tar no dls eovetl -s i.i' gold warranting a trip to Itolivlii had been made. BEATING AFTER REMOVAL FROM HUMAN ORGANISM, PIECES OF HEART KEPT NeW Yell;. Mg) fi. Pr. Ales!s tell of the Rockefeller institute medical nseaich annoumes that lias been able to keep pieces of ar- for he the heart tissue pulsating rhvthmntlcallv outside the mganisbl from which they arsre taken far Pa0 months. The 11 i.mneiils were preserved ill ulass jars in suitable media. Me found afSO that I Iracment of tissue pres. 1 v ed ill the same man ner retain Sd its normal function for a Iouk time. ThaaS experlmetds are des rlbe.i in the ctirrei.t Issue of the Journal ot I xperirnental Medicine. Dr. t'arieil X4in.ses 1 his opinion : "It Is even conceivable that tec leniRth Of the life of thaVM outshle the .n anism could xeecd greatly Its nor mal ah ration in the body aaegnaa -ie-inei.lal death mi'-tht be po.-tpon.ii tn rlefinhet ' a prtgnn arfMclal nutii tton." TO PREPARE POR MEETS. Pnggdral Dlre.-tor Applcxnte of the y. m. '. a. win iieein tids arses ar lanslitK for the s-veral outdoor atb letl meets he will have supervision Of the earning summer, one Is the trnln ln of the CnhSnvei hinh school athletes for the inters, hfdastic meet SB lake place In the laiirium Si'ivtSjg park the month l .lunc, an. I the other, the V. M. '. A. meet, open t amateurs in the upper pi uinsula, also to be held in June. WILL AID SUFFRAGISTS. Kansas City. Kan., May (I. -Miss lane Vihlains. el Mull Mouse, t'hica gU, entered Kansas todav on a four daya' eampaien to help the women of the Mate to gala full sum-age. GREAT PROBLEM before church: CHRISTIANIZING OF MILLIONS WHO COME TO U. 3. DISCUSS ED BY METHODI3TS. A l . 11 nea polls, May ii. Americanizing and christianising the millions who come lo this aaun r 1 1 em . ill. his parts ot t ie waifM ; 'ne ol the great problems of tha church, according to the report of the board ol home mis sions made to tbv 'Methodist hipiacn pal conference today. The report says: Onsrhaif oi the people in the Unit ed Sl.l'es life l,ofll ol f.ileign p.lfellt- i.ge. 1'iiirty-thrdf of Die largest cit ies in the union ge more foreign than American. New Yrl has more rooms without windows than any city in the! world thief hundred and sixty thou-! sand largely peopled hy foreigners. ! This means disease, sweat shops and the slum." .. . . : THE NEWLYWLOS AND : THEIR BABY NOT TO : APPEAR IN CALL) MET. v Manager John D. I'utldlb: of !' the Calumet theaier unnounccd toda- ihal "Thu 'i I) vc os and " Their Baby." billed lor pion ! tation at the fig'ui :et theater ! on Wednesday ev r ,u : which ihe gtsaf sail pened this v morning; will not appefir lu re '.' at tliii line. Tb eii'.iu his v he, 11 ealled in. all ell I cm Ills I ha v ng iM'fi oanci I The anuohnaanient that the v ,otnpariv wili not :tpKai here ! will be received with regret, .ut it was expci led 1 would he Olle of 1 . ;.t traction 01 st ot the PRESIDENT OPENS 0X10 CAMPAIGN Active Fighting for That State's Delegation of Forty-Eight Started by Talt HE ASKS FOR SQUARE DEAL Accuses Roosevelt of Consorting With Ohio's Only Boss Ssya There Are Just aa Many Bosses on the Colonel's Side as on His. Athena Ohio, .May 6. -Active 11nht- Ing iii the campaign for Ohio's forty- eiht delegates to the Chicago conven tion bcKan today with President Taft present inc; arguments for support at the primaries on .May 21. Speeches are scheduled for Nelsonvillc. Athens, ChllHcoths and other towns. In his spas eh st Veieagfville Taft ac- eusj'd Roosevelt eT consort in vvitli (diio's only bes - W alter Drown. Ti e president s 1 id I "Xow If you ro to work Counting bosses, you will Und Just as main on I his siile as on mine, only when a man) la on his side he beoduggg political leader and when he la on mine he la a hosa. Now all l ask Is that you give me a M) tieTS .leal. If I am a son of tihlo. I am at le .st entitled to Justice! at your hamls. and that Is all I ask PRECINCT CONVENTIONS IN TEXAS ARE bNSATISEACTORY Hallas, Texas. M iy fi. Precinct con ventions en Saturday, both Democratic and Republican, did not gtve B Mire Victory for miv landiriate of either party. Wrodrow Wllaoa was tha anli pi esldentlal candidate to are nn definite advantaae 1 n ihe face of the return,' he Is jiiviii a niai. rnv In the count v- eonv nt cm s t.imorrow. but this irwijorit) b AV i" ndenl apog all the rlected aategatea goissj t. the rasmtj coiivetitioifs and upon the further eoti- titagaacy the i. not thnrgaa their votes In the conventions, It. are not complete from main COUntlea nn the face of mcanre return!" Tift and Koom v . It are al I even. CHINESE FLEE FROM DANGER. Washengtnn, Mny -Chinese fleeing from the ilisturbe.l 7..ne in Mexico ar. p. iiritin int.. iaz, opposite KukIc I'ass. Texas Today several hundred of them appealed to thS U. S for n tem porary asylum in this country EMPEROR BUYS TWO FARMS. Merlin. Mny i Bmj f r U illlasn has show n h faith In the future of the colonies In ptirraaaahng, for $l'4.ooo. two farms In southwest Africa. The landa will be devoued to wool wrowina BOM EXPECT TO CARRY MARYLAND Politicians Eagerly Awaiting Re sults of the Primary Elec tions Today TAFT AND CLARK STRONGEST County Unit Provision Makes Out come Uncertain Appearance of Harmon and Cbik Field Disconcerts the Wilton Adherantt. Mr ashing ton, D. C, May --The eyea ni' all polithians in the national capi ta ate tarns g today toWatd M ryland. aaare primaries are batog held i de termine who is to have the support of the slxie. a delegates from the state in the BOntSStl for the itepubllcan and rtantocraiic m"isldsnilsl sntn Instants A majority of the politicians who ven ture a prediction as in the results s. cm to 4ek Taft and t'lark as the winners, but 11 is general!) conceded Ihal the ttuatian is. mi complex that predictions an- guseursrorh: pure a.-.d gtotple. One panic uiur feature of m irjisad'i primary law adds to the uncer taint of the outcome. This la the provision for votiim bv county uiits. AecordinK to this pr.o lion, if a ooopty ues for Roosevelt , the delegates to the state cun. ntlop will be morally b tund to re gard the trend tadlvstnd. and if a mte Jorit) of the aotsdntles should vote for Taft. for instance, then the ststs eon rest I011 g ijoi.iui to select daiogaew who win P.- favarahte to him. Ifftryland has .1 counties ami the interests of the various sections of lha state are di- rerse, thug mtsderlns the results of the voting more dlffleull to foretell with I ang .ii gree certainty. Bath S-tm Confident. The Taft and Roosevelt m.ihi , !. jajipear euually sanKuine of victory. J The Roosevelt people coalldently de clare th. y will win in the prfniarles an 1 win have snough de leru tea to gsrlsg 'the "Oar.vland vole to the colonel at Chicago, Governor floldsboruugh, for iner Senator Wellinalon and a number I of other prominent ait. louih-rs are anions the Roosevelt upporters. Mil catnfMiiga has baea managed i.v cat, 16. c. Csvrringten, nsrmtM r of the gov- . 1111. i s staff, and Cell. J. Stun: Ms -MoaaMi who was naval ' 1 1 . t ft it - 1 1 1 1 1 during (he itoosev.it adMiaaaana lion. 1 Daapite the rlsdmi and tna riguraus light made b' the Roosevelt a.lliel'ciit.s. the mipporteis of tin president at-sert thai the Mat ) lan,; deispation will at solid for Talt. en. FSilg AirntiK is one of the prumfm ni sutporters f the president, i'oi. Henry B. Wil.ox. a prominent Itultimnre linam'let wh has di r.sted the Taft esnVatgs)a la op liinistii" as to the out. o. 110. and says that the admiuist . at :.n 1 HOCS will Win hands down. Democratic Fiht Warm. The contest OU the DsUMMgUtiC side is attractlntr even more attention than the tiKht aatwagn Tafi afM itaoasaalt The names f Wilson Clark and Hat -ninti upM'ar SgJ the Democratic bAtioi. The most of the Heinocratic leaJo' have been slow to . nine into the oKl. and It .vai. behaved early In Um 'on test that Marylaml's .'elevation to the1 Battimors convention would be unin- structed. Tie eliacttm'ft of the pri- maiy law. how. v. r, made an unin- sMuiilssI dsissation oul of the qaasajoai Sine the law was paasasd each of the tbr. e leading raadldatSg for the ivtn ocratlc prssMeastial 'nomination lta: epanad bsadauartera in Baltimore and the liht haa been on in earnest. hur months :ik. the Harmon scntl- men' appeared to predonshxata In Ma I 1. viand, owinx to the fhet that the iMgg I IhsajM ial and business interests of Ual itlmoie seemed to favor the Ohio go I ernor. Later, when WiP'on ami t'lark rorsNjd anaad in tue race, tne uurmor. enthuslosni nppcared to diminish. Re cently, haw esse, the Harnsoa gamaassn was activel) r. sunn d in Marytaml. with the result that he is expect, d U) Meiire prominent h 111 the reeults. Clark Has Leaders' Support. The appearame of Murnioii's aann on the ballot took the Wilson HOUtea ants saaxSMng by surprise. Thev de clare that the appearance of the dhio .111 ane the MisM.urian in Hie Held is solely for the purpose of defeat Inn Wilson and that the followers of Har mon and Clark are little which one of their candidal, s Is successful so Ioiik as the "chlel opponent" la defeat ed. . Victory is expected in Maryland liv Usj New Jersey SUUS'S nuinasers hut the expectation lost some f us -ti.n;tb when It bee. 1111, kn.wn thai two rival vv ei e to be met. Speaker 'lark has tit- advantaue of having the most of the rngantaatiun leaders in Marvland liind up In his SssJSJM'L s. v.ial vvis-ks ao Mayor I'resioii, who is r.H-oKniacsl as th. l leii.h r of the ISiltllllore llcitlt" lit, openly tbs lured for the sficakrr and has gtaac hroin'ht all of his Influence pj b. i. to further the interos's. of the stassauri eaanlldate, Itebind this move liver, is - aid in b. a pi in to land the sc. ..ml place "ii 1 h- I ioihi 1 rut ii 11.. tlossti tick t for Mayor I'rest. n In the event that Sp.sik. r v'lark in notniuat.il for pr. li.leiit lb pr. -entail. . V .It. 1,. Ilensley. national man .x t ol the OLD MAN SELLING PAPERS IS BEATEN IN TURN ONE OF HIS ASSAIL ANTS IS SEVERELY HANDLED BY CROWD. Chicago. May ii. Joseph Murray, aged forty-one, was siahbwd In the shoulder today while engulfed in an argument with two men over the aasmpeadt prassnsMsn's gtrlhe. He staa Inksn ba a haapitat Two suspects .. 1 ' arrasied Aiexamder Rldhay, aged tsnsaty eikht. a strlkltiK aentspaper delivery SaSjaa lrlver, was severely beaten by 1 1 cTOWd of c itizens after Mickey and several other strikers are said toy the police to have assau'tcd an old man who was selling newsapers at an lavated road station. The newspaper dealer was unconscious vvlu-n the po lice arrived. There were threats to lynch Mickey. NATIONAL PACKING COMPANY IS TO DISSOLVE ITSELE Chicago, May 6. The National i'aekinu Co., which figured largely in the raeatSi trial of the meat packer, contemplates an ami. able dissolution. according t a report nt the federal butidtng today, after a onferetwe lx' ivve. ii the chief counsel of the tuin jtaiiv and District Attorney Wilkerson. JURORS FOR MAY TERM. Will Be Ordered to Report for Duty Tuesday May 23. I'n. I. inherit'' i'IiiI Sheridan asiast- sd by JuafJaag "Vstxey f ataaooog and .lackola of Calumet, this morniiiK drew the jury for the May term of circuit court for Houahton county Srhlch con venes at iU.uishtoti MaVJ If, The Jur ors vvlP be ordered: to report Tuesday morniiiK. day 's. I'lillewim are the .urera: Houghton ".banes. Mutter. Prank (iritlin antl Alfred Ssowd.n. I'ainesdiilt John Jamee. Calumet William M Martin, V W. i.aluso, 1.. nis Moi'Kun. William A. I.us 1 John A. C.euekr .Inc.-. Jeffrey, I... . ph S. iU'l, llei (' 1 if. hard aiul Wil Ham RosH'ineigy. Quint ) -Nicholas KniKbt and Thom as I 'a 11 II. Lake Linden Hi' hat. I Nlcholla and John Mciinami. Jr. Chasaall Pat r R. afhi r. Toivolu John li. W.b.r and Daniel I.ambere. Mam.s-k City -Albert W. Lord. Jos 1 ph Malm- and John Marshall. Jaocbevllle Cieorge T. Myd. . laurium - John B. Itastelto, J 1 1 Mani. r and Charles V. Wills. Franklin ):, it Shields. II. dn. Ice -Christ Kohl. Demraoa Jsasea k. wuiium. South Rar.i;e -S-inmel Cittl. rtrsds Losns Drafsaa. Muhls-ll M. iii v .1. Ixnff. Oaeeels -iienry m. MttchaB. Hancock tOWBaaip Jacob ojala. Dollar May -John T Richards LEAVING FOR CORNWALL. A number of Cornishmcn. aoPOm panted by their families, are leaving for the aid country , vviiere they w i.i spentl the trammer. They are beinj; booked by V. C. I'.nbertliy, of Mlu- menthal's store. Amonir th.K'-e who lefv yaatorday were Mr. and Mrs. Mat tin Kipp. r and chil.l. IVc.l Ripper and Ja- ttili Mlnnear. Next Sunday the fnl lowhSJ Wttl leave for Montreal, gaithjlg from there 01: the steamship Royal Kd ward for Bristol: Messrs. James Ia- -ry, Charles Hicks. Thomaa Mtv sat Richard Kddy. Kdward Rutter and Kamuel Major. MANUFACTURERS CONFER TO STOP PRICE CUTTING Philadelphia, I'a , Mav C I'Lins to stop prlOSCUttlag and other alleged 1 Puses that are said to have led to demoralising competition In the trade will he exhaustively discussed at the annual conve.itioii of the National As sociation of Hosiery ami Under steal Vanufa Hirers, which met in this rlty todav for a tour days' session The question of the relations between em ployer an.) employ es will be another Important topic ! discussion. COUNTS ON NEW YORK AID. Dixon Sees Support from Twenty-One Delegate for Rooaevelt. Washington. D. C.. May 4,--tenoor Dixon, ei Roosevelt's caiotwilgn man i. 1 t .av tuade the following State ment "After going over the entire New York situation with National Commit teeman Ward and other Repuhlican leaders in that state 1 nn ositlv that at bast twenty-one of the New York deiei it.s will vote for Roosevelt on the l.rst Is.llot at Chtoauo and. from iwes eiit indP atlons this number will he largely Increased by June IR." Clark campaign, is aniil to have in dors.,1 the 1 aiHlkke of Mnvor Preston for the v 1. presidential nominaii 11. SWEPT FROM HOUSE TOPS AND DROWNED Entire Families Precipitated into Water in the Flood District in Louisiana MANY ARE IN DANGER YET In One House, Floating About, Fifty Have Taken Kefuge SCORES YET TO BE RESCUED Urgent Appeal for Boats Ar Sent Out by Governor of Stat. N'.w Roads, I.a May rt. Flood ref ugees reoehhng here today dsnlara there was ioss of life in Ixuislanu in undated by the IsTsag in the levee at Torras. It is known that motor boats si 1.1 to take numerous persons from floating house tops arrived too late. Mow main persons perished cannot be determined. Refugees claim that en ti'e families were swept from house t. ps into the flooded water. Appeals for help reached here last night from Lettaworth, where fifty peis,. ns were reported in imminent danger of drowning. The house in w in. h they have taken shelter has been dislodged from its foundation and in being tossed about in the cur rent In the country west of Letts worth at least a thousand persons re main tu be rescued. Many are drlft !ng ab ut on rafts. Sections of Point Coupee parish, which n. ver before has been reached by overflows, ure being inundated. Town after town are being buried by the muddy waters. A relief train, which arrived here from Bateheler. was forced to run a distance of live miles through water, which was run ning over the t racks neat M organza. Scores .a peopl. were seen standing naief gaP in the water signaling the train to stop. The water Is rising rap hliy. ITu.se in charge of the train de tailed it would imperil the lives of those on board to delay. The truin v is not stopped. 1'rgent appeala for h.ats to te uxed In rescue work have been sent out by Governor Sunders. BAD LINSEED OIL. Food Commissioner Say Adulterated Article i Being Received. Lamaaafg Mich., May 6 Adulterat ed raw linseed oil is being shipped Int.. Michigan extensively, according to the state dairy ami food depart ment, which has Just completed an ex amination of a number of samples. In cluding .me secured from W. W. Thor burn of this city, purchasing aaent for the local -range. Dairy and Vood Commissioner Dame states that from 3f to 40 per cent of p. treSSOn products were used to adul terate the oil in the samples exam ined. The oil secured from Mr. Thorhurn was shipped here by the Marfiehl Paint company of Cleve-lr-nd, from which city it Is said much adulterated oil is shipped into the tate. Commissioner Dame states there Is ro way to prosecute foreign Arms for th.se htpsaggitS, but he desires to warn purchasers as well as the local dealers, and adds that in case the local dealers do not heed the warning, pros ecutions will be Instituted. TO TRY WOMAN FOR MURDER. After Many Postponement Quinn Cass Come Up Thi Week. Chicago. 111., May . After repeated postponements there Is every pros pect that Mrs Jane Qufesn will he placed ah trial this week for the arieed mur der of her husband, John Quinn. When Quinn was limnd deed early last November. Mrs. Quinn declared he had been shot by a burvlar. Police investigation is said to have revealed that Warren Thorpe, a former hus band of Mrs. Quirm. had been found shot to .hath In Jackson. Mich.. In I'.i.C under similar circumstances and that another husband Charles McDon ald, s t'.inndian. had tiled under clr- 1 1 instances tndieatlnu poison. RAILROADS FIGHTING STRIKE. Chicago. May ft Officials of twenty four railroads affected by the strlkn of six thousand freight handlers, plan Sjad to resume the movement of freight today with the assistance of a thou sand non-union men. A large force ot police was detailed to preserve or der. President Flannerv of the freight handlers' union declares the strike will npread to other cities. FIND BODY OF HAYS. Halifax. May . The cable teamer Minis, searching for bodies from the Titanic wreck, returned to port today with the body of President Hays of the 'Hand Trunk toad. M.xlles were found aldslj separated, the last two being picked up forty -five miles apart.