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mi-.. .tin kh uk m ASSOCIATED I'KI SS ALL. ToDAY H NKW'8 TUK WKATIIKR T ijrti t fair Probabu rain i'ridav night. W.u nii-i . oLUME XXI. CALUMET, MICHIGAN. THUMBAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 15, 1912. NUMBER 245 MEN HIGHER UP PLAN TO SAVE SELVES Thrtt Unknown Alleged Directors of New York Graft System Threaten Witnesses 8I6 SURPRISE SPRUNG TOOAY Grand Jury Asks For More Evi dence Against Defendants MUST HAVE STRONGER CASE New York, Aug. 15 Threatened with dSSth it ihev reveal ini..i iiiuli.m re garding l three men higher up" In the gambling graft eca ndu I, "Hiidgey -bliei ami Marry V.illon may pn.v. reculcPrant witnesses Wcbbci and allon li.iv' been reached" and told, according to Vallon'a counsel, to throw Police l.ieut Meckel lo the wolves,' but to shield the names of I tie three men now reKUtdeit b the atute'a attorney uh the directors' of the Kiait system In the confession ot ' Hul.l I. o k Uose, as prepared by the gambler for bletitt aii. mi. Whitman, and I i inter) todav. K ilecl.ir.-s Hccki i .1 d- 'uleil to kill Kos.nth.il dims. -If I others had not .lone ihe work. The Mate's attorney has learned 'lit W If bill a .e;il om- police inspect . I ha Invested two bundled thou sand dollars In choice uptown lota. . iith.il s alleged slayera will be ight to trial by the dial rid attoi ny without delay. The grand Jury met today and n is expected that aev, cii indictment- wUJ be handel down i i.i .letermtnati.m of tin- cltitana to ltd thelt police force of its .system m Kfnit and blackmail was given expre ion last night at a mass meeting in net Union, when they appointed . lgilsnce committee of prominent wo ii nnd men to .- id.it the public officers now engaged in exposing "the ' . ..-oiiahi. aUianap ol tbe police wlta igani.ed crime' do their full duty. The grand Jury went in i..n it i I o clock t..da and it is expected in llctaMfMl will be handed down before ihe day la over. The coroner's inquest was late in gtiting under way. Many prnmlnen' men appeared in cnurt on the pan.-l ul Jurors. Iuniel rmhinan. the th.-a tricaj manager, was foreman. The uu d i -t. Hiding wan that the proceedings i "iild be adjourned in View of Ihe annemliug Indictment The le.piest i" as posipoi-ed until August 12, Jury Wants Mora Evidence. Alter session ut tWO hours ihe Rosenthal grand Jui noti fied District attorna) whitman I hey did not feel u. II I. lilted in handing down an further indict ment 'charging murder in the first , degree until the hid In trd mot e i idence nlence is reeled to none from Bchappa, who It in the Way here from Hot Springs This turn of affair came sud denly after A.-aistant District At lotney .lo-s announced the-, hml ticall a complete ' ' 'K.iinsl all the defendants before 'he Hranrt Jury. Scheppa on Way East. Hat Springe. Ang. IS, Sam lohappa intad M a inaieri.ii witnajii In ttto R - iiihal cnae. left for New York cltv Ms uiotiilng In charge of AsHlalani IlittriCl Attorney Rubin MEETING OF HOTEL MEN. Vherdeen, Wuah.. Aug. 1 More than one hundred hotel proprietors and '"Hiagelt gathered III Abeldeen lOdaj fOI the annual meeting ill the isu ngton state Hotel Men s aassoclofion I'he meeting will last three dajra. The Millie pnoides lot visits to Ho uniam and othei neat P potwta, in dlJ dTltiOQ to the business .-esion ami annual banquet in this cit TENNESSEE DEMOS MEET. N'aenvllle. Term., Ana IV Tennca nocraJa aaaemoiad In Btati i ia mention today to formnluie a plat I "" "a which P-np.ti Mi Mlllin tbe ' i in the lecent pi miari.-s v. cOft leal (Of the uovei norshlp ..I the No inhar election against QoverttOI H 'i er, who has been renominated I i ihe Republican. PYTHUN8 SELECT WINNIPEG. Denver, Colo., Aug I ft -The Su l odge, Knights of Pythlae. in ' ' oventlon here, decided to hold the s'Mieine Lodge convent!. ,n in Win '"Pea, Canada In M The aahMthM "f the convention aeat practically "lifted the consideration of Im portant buelneaa. THIRTY THOUSAND v SEE CHICAGO AND NEW YORK PLAY Oman.., Ana. 15. It l eg- I- pe. t.-.i t 'in r thoueand 'fans" will dttneas the uiirtMrt he- twt-i n Hi.- rw oi and Chi cago Nationals u.dav on Dim V West side grounds Tli.- da b- lnif cerai mm,- than usual in : r. ivmi ia attached t.i the serlea I In- .in-,, i.f Hi,- i in, into tetni N good showing- in their eastern J v Invasion wh.-i. it won fltteen 3 out oi eigrhtsen games 'iiid iii w Nov Yi.rki I. ad down t nix game sm'(,ii( liasi innn Kvur.i v J" will b leplaied lo Downs. v i i i Detrtclt. M.it'iuard la v hednled to pitch for fr nk m l RaMghj " Lavender for t'hh'UMLi START BI6 CAMPAIGN TO SUPPRESS CITY NOISES Host i hi Mass.. Auk 15. If plans ills, ii i l i ida at a i fieri fig held a 1 th Harvard Medcul School are real turd, i world-wide movent will aoon he under way to ut the lid on the honk of the automobile, the screech of the locomotive whistle, the cries of the stieel peddler, t In- t hu mpet t hu nip of the llattentd strett car whe-l and a thousand ami one oilier noises that make i-ity ff burdensome lo pernoll of ordinal -ensibltlty . The establishment ot in international commission for the suppression of noise is proposed. It eltniinarv .steps to ttiis end were taken .it the m.-.-tniK lodav. w hh-h was presided ovet n Pint emmr victor rii.7.l of the I'nlver alt' of Piaa. The Allien, nr mm inln-i ol the International "ommittee include Pea a Babtna ami professor itiukc of the Harvard Medical Si hool. Prof, s . ('rose of the Mamaehuwetta instltnt i of Teehiioli. and Professor K. S. doraa of Bahsva, Mas. It Is proposed to use dictographs to make an exact trans t iptlon of the many varieties of ,it noises l ioiu these dtetpfrapll records the medical men will detel lllifie which noises af fect the nervous svflem uud are there tore Injurious to the public health and vvellai". F.ach case will be taken Up separately and in each Instance that the noise ia found "guilty" legal steps, if necessar.x. will be taken for its aup- i press ion It is pro-posed to extend the ant I Boiaa eniaade to all of tin- aies ot Amen, a and Kui opc MRS. WILSON IS AROUSED. Denies Reported Interview. Does Not Approve of Cigarettes. Kea iJirl . J., Aug. 15 It liov.-r nor W ilson is chosen as tbe next pres ident Of the ' 'nited States women who smoke i maids certainly will not have a champion in the inlstn ss of the While Houaw. In a lelt.-r written to the editor M' the Oolumbua, 'bio,. Stat.- Journal, r.- pueUatiM an intei v iew purportMsfl t. have been given bv her to a woman sv n. Ileal.- writer and upon win h (lie Cnlumbiis .loiirnal based an editorial. Mrs N ilsoii condemns the halm of cigaref mokuu; anion,, women. 'I have just received cop) of the Journal with v.mr editorial eiititbd Smoklnc NN'oinen', and I bin b-iv. to imiigii.uii i . den) iii.- aiattaaani that i approve of women noklBg ciga''ets. The Interview upon which your edi t..iiu was baaed is a pure Invention. I latanalvei diallke the clgaret MHkiae habit for women; in fact my real dan ger lies in heme iininst and iinkioo in niy Judgment of those who dlflei witti me in this respect. "Hut Qprtatnt) ao woman In out household ever has. or ever will, sniok . Quite apart from the had Mate of It, I believe that il has an extremely In jurious effect on the nel'M-s. Yoills very sin ci elv . "man A. Wilson " TEDDY IN NEW ENGLAND. Old Bay State Progressives Planning Rousing Welcome. Itostoii Maea., Aug. 1" M.issaihu setts' PtugliaalVaa ara planning for a lousiflg welcome to Colonel Roosevelt when he .nines here ticV Satin. lav to address a miss meeting at the Point of Pirns The mcellm: will be ut tended by h-adinc representatives of ihe new partv in Maine. New Ham pshire ami othei New Knglatid Slates. An effort probably will be mad. to induce Oolonel Roosevelt to visit Vcv mont ami Maine, which States will hold their ete tlor.s t ai lv next month and Ihe results ol Which are re-balded as oi much import in .- because of the effect they Baft) batfa u!'oii the general lection in November, LOS ANGELES CELEBRATES. 131at Ann.vereary of Founding By the Spaniards. Lob Angeles ChL, Auu IV-IM An- y,, ,,.Ja v c ebl 1 1 . Ihe I 1 1 H an nlv ei pai v ..f Us lonml'iiv bv H e Span lards. It was n August 16, 1781, thit Pi llpe de Neve, governor of Altn t'all I , an i, ft Ill t h. S.ni li.llil le mi i shut to the Indian village of Yan land gave to he settleineiii I tie name or El Pm Mo ia N nest t i Beast ia. la Ke glna de Loa Angelee-- the Imposing title translated Into Unfits 11 meaning the Town of Our Lady, the Queen ot the Anfftla BOMBARDMENT IS RENEWED Nicaraguan Rebels are Again Shelling Managua and Sev ere Fighting Is Reported APPEAL IS MAOE TO THE U. S. Several Americans, It is Report ed, Have Narrow Escapes Panama. Aug. 15. H. liable li.f m lion has been l.elVrd thai til" bo in bardmeiit of Managua Nicaragua wr.a ieii,-we, last nlel.i and that eie lighting in aroint; on Americana in Danger. Washington. Au 1'. Sixti en Am erican ftrma having Intereala in .Vnu ragua have appealed to the state da partmeiit to uae tta offlcee to restore peat there n ihe bombardment of Managua It 1h reported v'ollector of CbatuaM Ham and M Mai hi othei Am erlcans narrowly escaped death h) shells. MEYER ASSAILS DEMOCRATS. Speaks of "Pork Barrel" in Attackiny Policy on Battleships. Washington. D C, Aug. IS. s.-. tary of the Nav lever. who i. mi ned to his duties after a protracted illness, assailed ihe naval policy of the DWeBO i rats of the house of represent. il iv es Win lh. r Hie pork barrel is mole important than the an try in tha fields' of the Democrats, the secretary de 0 la red, lemalns to lie ascertained af ter another caucus of the I'.-m i.iiii members lodav. i n.- proposition which has been ad vanced by u Democratic senator," add ed Bodfcetar) Meyer, "to have tin- (J aft d States build the greatest battle ship ever constructed Is nothing more than an attempt to distract attention from the delinquency of the Ueino ciatic party with reference to the continued eWCanaC) Hid upkeep of Ihe navy." The secleta)v declared also that Democratic senators had knocked out the plan for a council of national U feiiae, which was enclosed by the Democratic national convention. He asserted that if only' one battleship were appropriated toi this year the United States n.ivv would fall to titlh I lace In two years. NOT DISPOSED TO ACT. Schoolcraft Township Not Likely to Help Calumet Build Road. Schoolcratt township is not likely to help Calumet township with the propoocfl lo.oi Improvement north ee ;t ol the Muvtlower location .tapping a fertile farming, district in tha Trap Rock .alley, notwithstanding the fac' that ihe blffhway petitioned for runs along the boundary line between the two township! and a colisidera bit- pall of the district most ben. tit tad lies in Bchoolcrafl township, a committee of Ihe Callllliet tOWaahlp board. I'ull- tlatlhi oi supervisor pro teen, a. k. jpetertaahb, Justice u. T. Mieha, Kngi ii. er i-: i it u l sum ami Clerk Georfji Martin, went to Lake Under today gad vviMed mi Supervisor Samuel Bi ll y to ascertain it Schoolcraft town sl dp on Id assist in the matter. Mr. Eddy informed them thai his township Is short ot fundi and not In a pnsiii.ui to take up the Improvement project at ,ii.-sent. It Is believed this will close Ihe mat let as tai i Calumet township is con cerned for the expense is too heavy i. i I'aiumet townehlp to bear alone whan the nalchhoriaaj township wM receive as nach benefil from the im pi o ement. The highwav d.-siied Is an ei.n- Moa i.evi.nd Mayflower location of the toad built about six years ago and lies between the road from Capper City tfl Trnti Rock- and that recently built 1 1 . uu i a tumel to Tr ip Rock. RECORD IN SILK CARGO Balea Worth 1,250.000 Being Rushed to New York. ma. Wash.. Aug. If.. The Blue Funnel liner Teiicer has Just arrived in Tacoina harbor from Japanese and othei oriental ports, with a world's raeord silk cargo aboard. The Teuoer hiought a cargo with a total value of $3,0110.0111), Including .'.25 bales of raw silk, valued at 1, -'60,000. Wu.lesa me-sai-s y.ive advance notice of the coming of the Teticer, a special train i is mole up with steaming engine at tached on tbe Milwaukee dock when the Teurer tied up The silk was rush ed from the ship's hold to the wotting train and then across the continent to New York. TO BOOM PANAMA TRADE. Hpartanbiirg, S. C, Aug. IS. A large and reireserttatlve meeting of the bus iness men of South Carolina was h Id here today to discuss plana to secure tor the pmt of Charleston and the State at large an adequate share of the Had. hem-tits .-upe- ted i accrue to th. South through the openlmi of the Pan ama canal. Minnesota's 1912 crop yield is tlmated to be worth I J3I.000.000. : t t AIMS Hit AS ATTACKED IN 8TRAIT JACKET KILLS SELF Kt LaMJis Aug I.Y A Hole found in lie p ol VI i Hal : in- i ni eat, widow ,,f the aoh : v;.i i .r. .i,i. . avairv Idad. i i. tared-ahe wad .-d w ini- ,. in ., aiiftlt tarkei ii,, . lis san- : Itarlum, Mi I i . i K.H- , i hei f self veCtard.i .. pubii park v The i-oaaeqiK hf 1 1 v i: k, aha aw id i :i n. - mi to epi l.. i hi.- .ilihoin.ii I- ' in. woman o.-.i in v diii bated ,. ,-, nun h a- I. The - , , . i ni. n.ii -ut ..I : the r-twiplte! ''.in. i si.,- w ... v i an d for b - sii .mi j ki t !.. -.her than w. man attendants. i I 8,1 1 I l"l'4.i.4..a.:..;. WINDY CITY REMEMBERS FT. DEARBORN MASSACRE t'hb aigt. III., An, I "i Chit-tgo turn ed bo k the pog.-.- ol hei history lodav tnmemot Ited t he olle hundred! a anniversary of tin- I- ..ri Dearborn mas I Horn Win h ev etlts dates lh,- real b.-ginnlnx .i u. career oi tin- Western metriaiolis iii,. ,-elebl ill. m n eluded a sham naval attack u tin ity, a receptloti t. ilesc.-nilaiils of tin- pioneers and eercis-s under tin- aus- Plcea of the Chu-ago Historical So- i letv the So.iel" of the Wat ..I I I J and the t'nited Stale I'aughlera of IIIC Fort Dearhorn. located near the mouth of the Chicago River, was built ' "' under the aupeHntendence of Majoi Johji Whisti.i t the begin ning r ihe ae d wur with ureut In Main the tin i w ipj d b) "ap tain Nathan Meald with a gattisoii .t f.4 mn. l'ton orders from Heneral Hull it waer evueuat.-d on ugust 1 ".. imj linmetMatei, after the Indians burned the roit uud oegan a mass.u i, f the garrison and the residents ol th. little settlement that had spiling up near the fort A total oif :tf men J women and II Children were slain be- I'.ii the Indians w.-i.- din en nil SALVATION ARMY HEAD DYING. Can. Will. am Booth, Now Blind, Aafcs for frayera of Friends London Aav t?. -Vlee condition ... iell W Hit on Mouth, comma udei - in hlet of the Kalvathaa Armv who -.v.. - .- i iied on last May for , In- removal of a cutarjM I li..m hi-, left ev.- ami is now total I v blind, Is hi.. i . wor -. itiainweil Moeth, . hU.f ol st tlf ol til. Salvation Armv and a son of Ihe ag.-ii Sa Iv aiioenat. prints :he lol.ow ing an no unci men 1 11: Un- War v'rv , the Salv a tun Army organ: 1 I deeply asjejret to atty that our hi -loved general is not so well. His I. tor reports. . legret that the impi v. mi ni m the s nenaTs health hag not been maintained The general, sp. ai ing of his own weakness and pain 11 Saturday said Ask the people Who n.v .- in. t, pi 1 - teg gag,' CANCER MICROBE FOUND. Paris Doctor S.iya Parasite in Bloa Cacses Diaeaae. Paris, A uk IB lr. Castmi 1 Klin, the phvsniall and noted mi. loin dot- tat . claims that 'u- has found (h micrnh 11 t can r. In announ.-lni; Its dlsfftrVetj Dr. ttlin sa s "Cancer ta the human i. due to Ihe pteseiice il a parasite In the blood. This parasii. is an anil he a class of microbe which . ol.sfint I v changes form, grows rapidly and rapiilv fofSaa tlesli atnl'.e- Dr 1 dln says he can now Infallibly dete- I the pr.-seni e of amllii in the human blood in the case ot aop.11 eiii! In-1 It hi ul pet son in his laboratory Dr. 1 'din has 1 11 able to cultivate the cancer microbe ami be a Is 1 . .urns thai he has discovered a virus capable t killing the cancer microbe. SEAT SALE SATURDAY. The tor Kindling" t be presented -i' 'h calawet t hooter Mon dav evening, will ripen Katuniav morn ing ut k o'cliM k in Forater's news -t .ml The attra ft Ion .ciena thv season .01 the Calumet theater and it is exp. 1 W I there will be a capacity ajidteuue. Kindling" Will be pu setlled b M I is Margaret HliBBton and a erv napahli cast atid will lilidoiitdedly b. oin ol the best attra tloni of the v.-.u PIRATES LAND PLAYER. Umisvllle. K Aug ,16. Art Hutler ot the Batnti will gq to Pittsburg bv pun base before August 2U. The ffa mis will get Hill M Ke.-hnle in exchange for him and 11 peiinltted to r. lain Rehg and pos-siidy Capron, also a rate her to replace Caagw, who must t retuined to lh Imliane at the close of the aeas,,n NOT MIHELICM SALOON. It was Incorrectly stated last even nig thai George Kasun met his .lead in the Mlbeltch salaod The gejeMsal o. ciiri -I in lh. ..loon of Martin tias parovich on s otl street. United Btatei July Is 13..H) 1 atput of eopper In P und. greatcH n hlstorv. Thus far In tilt Australia, and New Zealand'a gold outpat ia valued at .-0S7.6IS. HARVEST HANDS ARE SCARCE OJup 1 IgbL) U.S. MAY INTERVENE IN CASE A6AINST KID M'COY rondon, Aug. 15. It some famrterg th it the mav Intervene In the is liHgujrhl "I patted Btatss iase of kid" McCoy, the I merle an boxer, arrested on July '; on a prov isional extradition warrant on .he chat;;.- of lar. .-in. al leged Ni have be.11 c. minitte I at iif tend but who later was leleas.-il on ball. sheidon Crosahf, third were tar) of the Unttsd States gmhaaay, was great eitt in pol.ee court kSda when M.i .. was again ktroUfghl Up, The mi ;: Irate reman Jsd McC..v fot usOthei week at the reiU4.'St of t!n alfoilie.. of Hie Heii.ui l east log. wh.. declared he would he 111 aide to pro.-, .(j until ad ditional papers SggBS from Qofiiad Se.rettirv Phillip, of the I S. em bssajr. Is making an impnry Into th 1 tacts of the case in behalf of the em oassy , l-iiends of MiCov assert the Belgian authorities finding t hemsetv eK invo.ved In an inexcusable blander, are en deavoring to negotiate the uncondi tional rH.-nsi ..I M. C o . A detective worhing In tin .-as daahtrss ofMmt) there Is no eviden.. againsi the boxai ENCAMPMENT OFFICERS. Installation Ceremonies in Connection With Regular Meeting. At tin- last regular meeting of Calu met Km aiupment. No. "7, 1. 0, 0. F. the officers who were not Installed at the pr.-v inns meeting, assumed their new duties. The patriarchal degree was conferred. The complete list of officers is as follows Past chief patriarch John Spurr. Chief patriarch John Matthew 1 High priest- Chris Cribble. Senior warden Fred lfiten Junloi warden Fred Pefeimann. Scribe Joseph Chynowefh, iJiiide Kred Hoffman. First watch Samuel HnrUala Second watch Cei.rge Allan Third vv.at. h Andrew Nlcholls. Foil lib watch William Hav les. hirst guard of tent Win. H Hosk Ing. Sec, ill, I guard of tent Pelcl .leffery Inside sentinel Raphael SJolund Outside sentinel .re,l Martin. CRICKET GAME CALLED OFF. Bseasns of the fuBssal Baturdaj if ternoon of th. kite CsJfM. William Pol lard, of Wi Iveiine the Wolverine (ticket club has cancelled It- game with Paiiiesdale which was p. hue been played ..n the Bhwtti Range pttch The late Cant, Poiiaid was prestdem t the Wolveiine club, and was gp inrllVg suppoiier of etiokel In th county, PLAN POLITICAL RALLY. a political rally will be condu tad ai Ihe Wolverine location this evening ii the interests of the candidacy of W. J. Mac Donald for the gfH e .n geagsgeutlllg attoriu v . Addl esses will be given by Mr. Ma. -Donald and by Dr. E. T. An rams of l..liu ! in. I there will be a program ol musical 'lumbers oy the Finnish HusMI band. WOLVERINE RIFLE CLUB. The annua ..uiing of the WstvcrttM. rille club Will be held Auirust -I Chasell. Ttiis was decide.! noon at .1 meeting TgjtSdS? 1 o-l'ilis The nirltl- iieis will make the trip to Chassell In inf. .mobiles charge ot the lance with th. w hjch he was I aiding him to 1 Heal cxperlei a Richard Pas-oe iiailt'onsul K. niper, at 1 '.niacen.i :,i , lob. his fni ni'T exper local nillitiamei . of f.-imer lie'itenant. en iv.- the members peso GOOD BUILDING PROGRESS Exc -iient progress is being made an the Joseph Veiiln residence on lighlh street. Practically all of Ihe exterior work bus Seen completed, and interior work is now being rushed. The two-famtly frame structure that Is being erected fat Joseph Albums On the Sehroedel prop.ilv at Sixth ai.it Fine Streets I- k .11., up I apldlv The roof la on and within s day or two Interior work will be commenced. GOOD TEST FOR MODERN MINERS Drilling Contests at the Athletic Park Saturday Witn twenty two-man orili team sixteen 1 -lie-man dHti tSaggg and MM hammer and drill leap entered for tie bi cnt.-M .,1 the A till. Il park Sat ui. lav afternoon) ii la eshicat thnf tfj aosfi test arranged for the miner of lh pnee oauntr)', is to be oo -.; n 1 big . vents ol the season. Entries . U ... .1 list evening and OssWSJS Horl-ina ar.J 1 apt. Ashton who have charge of He details ale II .VV engaged il, com! bin.: ihe names of the men eiit,;,d. Mining. men sase that the coal lions of ihe contest ore fair aim that it provides fot a st of ablllt which shouni appeal p. every modern day miner. It la much gears practical than in- hammer and drill niataiaji wi..... have I. .-en so popular ill lie last few . ears Two in. m drill teams have been en lerad from the calumet k rlsjota amygdaloid and rnnglnmnrilji branches. AhnieoU. AUoues, Centennial. OJlbway, Mohawk, si. Uonie, l.au'ium. North and South Keursaige, Csc.ola. Qui.ny, lak. . Superior, Baltic, Champion. Tri- mbrintalnj Tanaarack sad bde Royals Tin- following mines hav.- entered om- man di ills 1 '. a) 1 1 ggg ,1 ami congioanerafa btamuhta Ahm stc AHOUeZ, 1 1 1 1 e 11 n i a I . Mohawk. I.1M- lum. Bouth Kenrsargi), Ooceola oain . v, i.ake. Bupsrlar FGUtic Champisa Trtmountain and isle Rovaie Tha matter of selecting the t-ani which a to compi le av iin- t the h mini. ! and drill team has been left to tbe agja soil Rand people, vv ho have not ret 111 r.oiin. ed l'uir eekt6tftoa Th. BUI sled U team, which won the raceni contdgf It conn. , tior with ihe c. & h. minars picnic will represent iha bammst sad drill experts The Conditions of ttlg one mall and two nan drilling oonteetg ass tha sgBah The drills and machines will be ten feet aw.iv frosn th.- ptecs where the, are in I.,, rlggayd up, the miners must pla. them in pii.dtion, aM the pahUV urms and clamps, connect the air, gtarl the machine and drill for two minutes., then change drills aid ;:::!.." en the nuts. The team which W 11111 pllshea this program iv. the shorteat length . I lime g II b, de, : .red the winner, both in the iwo-man and one. man drill con testa In th one-man drill ay. 1 Inst the hamm. r gnd drill, the 1 mill satimta wtM ilril! Ilfteen minutes and the winnei I will be .l. t. 1 mined by the depth of the ; hole. t The C, A il. band will render ,1 pro . gram Of eogeert numbers In . oiine. -, I loii with the oontet t INQUIRY SHOWS U.S. VICE CONSUL WAS MURDERED Peg.. Ii Colombia. Aug. 1 .' -Inves-tSjJgdtaS, into the death of lillteil Stales I. "'olislil M.Mustfrs at Cat -taget a has proved without a doubt in was murdered Colombia Muat Act. Washington. An-;. I". mei 11 it ported thai the evidence Sn f.ll gth- fed lieors out Hi. charge that Nice Consul M Masters wan muriteted. Th Colombian government will bnsa an oppoituniiv to punish the a sua sstns be fore any action is taken n the l ni! i Stat, s A DAY'S WORK. "I would Ilka If you ideaae, fcir, to take .1 dav of tomorrow." Why, Soothers" 11b.nly alck at root horn. "., sii ' 1 1 1 ' ilea .mipb' . f children coming; to visit mine and my wife told me the kids wanted to ask me a few pjestiona Halttmor Amgi -lean. TAFT'S VETO WILL EXTEND THE SESSION President Refuses to Endorse Legislative. Executive Ap propriations Bill PENSION BILL GOES THROUGH Provision Made to Pay Army and Other Government Men NO SUGAR TARIFF MEASURE Washington. A up.. is. fieaid Talt return, aj to the HottM with 1 re to message lodav the legislative, exi ttVi gnd iuuicial .'ippr.ipri.itlotis bill, because id the amendments lo aboliah the CamnaSrdS conn and limit tho ISnure of office of civil t-ervlce em ployer to sev i-n. The veto is sure to extend the ai s- ! sion of Congress. Soma leaders pro- posed g phtn of iissing a n solution to extend kM 01 last ear's a 1 j ft 1 pr la 1 10113 I Dts-. j and adj urn Congri ss win., out passing- the bill. Taft's m.-.-s.. . was ctrong in lis 1 .uidemnat Ion r th way Congress had attacked sp, ;, , .. . Ishslion to rhe unnual apprimt latiou bin. The praaadsai OssVshdad tha ooaa DSSI e SaffU 1 vigorously, Pisioner to Get Money. The pensions of thousands ..I vete rans, held up b , dtssai 1 .eiiniit in the House and Senate over the ono hundred dad sixty minion penaioa bill, mav be paid Saturday. Tin Hons., loduv agreed 1.. the Si note's d. ma ml to nboljsli eighteen oiitlving peiisi..;. ageti.-jes. and named the btfl with minor amctidmi n; Whlofl arffl be ad justed tinla.v. Taft is expected to ein II immt diaf. lv . The House tOda ;.as,.,i an c'mer- in resolution extending last car's appiorlations for th. coiiduci of tUei government to Bopt ember 1st Thht will 1 nabh the government to'paj the anay and licvj and other establishments long without money. No Sugar Legislation There will be no sngmr luglslat on lllis Session ..Wing to the dtSSBtCO' merit ot the House and Senate on the, sugar tariff bills. This was outlined in a conference report pi.-s:it.d lothe S. nafe today. The Senate agreed to ike Og I nn.. - low sfteroqon the Work. raabluUaa lor a Constitutional unrndnn nt pro vidlng a singl,- six-vcar term foi pies, ideal and Ice president. Senator I : icon toda con I inn. ; 1 attack upon the use of the American army and navv for ii.tetv enlioi. m uis- or eh. is in otbsr sountriea and offered MH p. reatrlcl the uge of iin-s.-f m bv the executive bran h of lh. gOVSfa ineni. The meas tr. W ill n ak. it im possible for the president ! order troops Into Fbrekgii codntriei when CoSafjrsas Is in seaslon with.uu nwthor- l.at i. n d t 'oilgTeSS. Inquiry Into Labor Conditions. The bll creating commission on industrial relations ta investigate labor conditions a ad relatione between em ployers nnd employes pa awed thS Sen ate todaj it has hired dg passed tho House. The president will appoint it nine 111 lilliets. Th. Senate commute, luv .-ti-;ai :mr .-a m... 1 ign expenditures will rtSquest rjebrge W. Perkms of X w Vork to t s tlf 9 as to his contributions to the pres idential funds of IM ami Wfether Perkins will bg called b i- llllRton immedia'elr d-miTils 011 ihe plans for ghj gdjoi I'ssTBSstt of CoBa greasa Steel Bill is Repassed. Repealing its action of tin dny before, when It passed Ihe wool tariff lull over President Taft's veto, the HollSe 1..I, yesterday repassed the Ve toed steel and ir..n tiriff bill within two hours after it had bOSh returned from 'In white house with the presi dent's veto message. The vote was 171 ti V. a margin of only two votes over the two-thirds necessary to over i id. die president. The Sen ate at almost the same time) w is engaged in passing the Democra tic cotton tariff bill sent the lit a Week ago ivy the House. Senator Ii l-'ol-letle's substitute, which represented vi. ws rf the tariff hoard, was voted down bv 4 to 1fi and Mr T.a Follef t. and light other progressive Repub licans Inter Joined the IVmocrats nnd oassed the cotton bill bv M to 19. An amendment was attached repealing all but the pulp and paper sictlons of Ihe . n 1.I1. in recipr.., Ity law. Paris selentist claims to b. aide t.. 01 re.ts. the stature ..f hoi t men hj t Imir them on 11 1111 11 oi ', ihe Hi, n.iil elands .. sle ep, 1 M 1 iK.nsld. 8Atr,ss has Just n , 1 in . . v York 1 ..1 i . ottin f a 1 pet , at.