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ASSOC I ATE D PRESS ALL TODAY'S NEWS TODAY. THE WEATHER. Tonight fair. Cooler. Friday Fair. VOL. XXII. CALUMET, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST 28, 1613. NUMBER 26S IMPERATOR, LARGEST VESSEL AFLOAT, FIRE SWEPT AT DOCK DAMAGE HEAVY IN HOLD AND SECOND CABIN Steerage Passengers, i n Panic, Are Guided Safely to the Hoboken Pier SHIP'S OFFICER MEETS DEATH Flames Spread Very Rapidly and Threatened Destruction COSTLY FURNISHINGS RUINED aw Jrork, Auk ili Tin steamship Inip.-r-.ttor, Hm largest vessel afloat, . is setspl by Si early t n I : iis eka to) al In r flock ai llohoken. with bjgf .n w iind 1 , 1 ;t I BtSOfSgl pMM ageTB nirftars. Second Qfnoot Cobrfeht, nrho lad ton i'it'1 httc tin' hoM to iiKin iii.- (Iiiiik s, wss cut " Ihm bin men, enveloped in ,i tHoud of smoke, tnd suffocated, iii- iicni eras found it boor eftss ard unUMichod i Bra mmI brought .i ibore, A sua man, "M'- III lln- part) who ill ifoWH With ' ' .1 if ii 1 1 1 inin Hi'' " vela mI Hm vessel was serkrasl) In Jun d. Bool nf Are Ajcktlng emit nug mettled by iippamtus i n short, snr- rounded tbe ship and i ton i I i iter blta Hi hoht, n ii u tke lire i .1-; in-'ki ll ai I o'clock t ho great vos 1 1 hod llstsd Mtoon degrees. steerage now mt ro aroused b) I he crai kllati of I bo tlaness, ruohed panic strkkea lor the star, Kool of them spent the remainder ul I he nlgkl hud died in diss mfurl at ii - nliore end id the pier, KoM of Hm steesagc pas iwngora had been inspect, il b) ike customs or beelth sutkuritto !! anas ni this .inn. ii guards ourrounded them, i ster they were rushed to Bills Island. Fire Gains Headway Rapidly. The mint ah In won Sorb as nil oboord wore nnli p, aove the ufftccra on wotobi when smoke ascending I iii"- provisions room woe dlecovered. Alni"si .it the some moment the crack Iras of llssnns "as heard in the leer go ojMftaVMi A jni i nJarw nam ninded, Commodore Bugger, com me inter In chief of the vessel. u among ""' Aral to respond, The crow of l,ttt wore in Ihstr places within minute. Th L'omplea fire Rghtlm apparatus of i he row al n ee net In raid Ion, Bh i rj i ordpurtraenf asj ordered cloeed es i pp( those necesser) te lee ve op n fm the ii ai nge pinei agei i to I aahora Tba ship's oW lere and hundreda of ihs crew iin-'i up in two oohanuM alons Hie route to aafet) and guided the I error attic ken man and women to Ibe pier. With Ibe ship cleor Ike entire torco turned their banda to fighting the lamoa Three uunrtsts of an hour i hej fougfbf the bra, a Uh onl ihi im-i'1-r. ii'ir own apparatus. Then, dee paring ol ouccess, iln- Hoboken depart man! a aa not Hied and I nei 1 1 i hi rm I I ii tided, s. i Officer Cobricht, and Seamen Struma caught in the withering breath of a betrh of iWrnaa ware cul "ii froai the door they had entered. W ben iik- Sra eaa checkod bbo bod) of Cobrtebt ami found, Blmnta waa brooald to boapllal and rovlvod. Me la iuik hurt, Second Cabm Badly Damaged. The dluiaal aalaoii of the aw mid cabin aufferod Hal iraauiiai damase tnm .nnii.k.' iin.i up. and iii- hand soate appolnUnanta of Ihe aalun an e rock Deanlte t ti - rainforeonaeril "f droraan tin BajBoa inJaufi bssdway. i in boat 'i"in Kaw 1 'rk and Seel of tuaja, itmi i thor bsMoT "i anarlaea iron Hoboken ware ruahed to tht ptar. N Ueaoa kaaai wapa raaafl) i iw Ike ceeoer bo ralil piraeai aa the n.t mi-m Urn ni.'in-d ninnif-iilHi lK nt lln-ir Ih IkIiI to iaatrey bar, WH ni'v atreaina 1,1 M Inaj ..n Ike Sn Hm Samea aare Hnall) eatlnffukdK t. The "nils iimi kHI"I Sttlni of Ike aeciind cobfa taoee ekanlnwd end dart Hi i ,tni uaryata aoddan, and furniture mured and broken a thouennd longshoremen, employed b) the lliimlihiK-Am.Ti.ini Ikek IkS i maece i tari aeyajajfta wen! on atriu H boon battfa n- vaaaeri antvai, Tiwrip phoeoa ware, MII.-.1 i.v naM ffnai Krooklyu mij th" men wero t ltl they PUBLIC DOCUMENTS ARE SOLD BY SOLONS Witness in Mulhall Inquiry Re veals A New Phase Wkabtngton, Ann. M. a Soorlakrag Mini) iii ankfte baaaui and ooaaajaoaitii ii inif i by Ike Bevefnmeal for nn-rn-befo of t'eniieea revealed today before the Hftaea ktkby rnmaalttee. i icn (rvkae, i doonaaanl beaker. eoJM to hnpeacb trot taaoai aajainai Rop. 1 1 -'in ii K Hoi i ni"tt ajlt an b) I it Mc Michael, deeliaed to t.n Ike namea i connt aaesai i nun a bom be bought liublle docuraenta Irvine teatlSed be traded doeumanta i"i menu bora1 ul the He pee and Senate nnd bougbl from ro. 1 1 rtag membera their inn guote of SoeuBBjenta, He i 'i.i MeMlchael had Hold him docamenta and be had trad ad laTKiumonU wtth McPefmott. ON ERRAND OF MERCY. Signal CfrKs Membrrs Relieve Suffer ings of Four Destitute Families. Membera of the Tpallentl Blgnal Corpa, aiattoned al ike Pfoa. ami eftafta of the Tamaraek, performed ab errand of rucrcy toda) when they an lieaitatlog. uirrendnred ihwlr noonday i Ltloa . ao thai they mighl be aged i"i the ratlel "i four destitute faaallleM wkosa I'lkeki the) iind dunraeeeodi Two were Uh famtlloe "f atrtkora and two imti- ih famlMse .i nonatrtksea. I -.!- neversil days Ike Hagnal Dorpa membei ha re not ked I h wieiful faoei of the cklldraa who ajatkesajd ah. ni the imp at meal time a and to day the) decided to Invaetbjate. 'inr-m-.'t end oaleus conitituted the anttis mi' ii of "in- family or nine, on. or the itrikur'd furallhsi, and the fare at ti" othnr rnmlHee aaa almoei aa limited, The luffermi iroi revelation to thr siKnui corpi tneanbera and touched their hearts. WMhout i moraent'i bea ktatloa tke) gathered together their dinner rations, coneletlne of bee, im tatoee, ma iron), n-.-. kHtattoos; breajfl beans end coffee and augar and dis trlbuted Hum pro rata amooi the die ii. ed i mi iii - The gratitude of I hi ramllte), especially the little onei Itillj' compenratt I the soldier boys for their acrifl . RIFLE EXPERT SHOOTS COMRADE AT CAMP PERRY Camp Parry, o., Aug. !s Tke ftm fatal ntcideal on tke rifle raagea al Camp Parry oocarred toda) when Pranoiaco Balloon, Peruvian, araa ktHed b) a felkiw countryman, Juan Kegarru, ki accidentally puffed Ho trigger of a loaded i tii". Kegnrri i, who had just returned from the si bundred rard range. kneJf on the atreel end tot ill aim with a rifle ai a poh in AlltoVn'e tent ynat aoros) the wi. Believing tke gnn was un loaded, be pulled 1 1 - trigger, The Sis charge eenl Ihe bullet clear th rouge the tenl pole and Bllloon'a left side. ."v;iii.i la frantic. FOUR MEET OEATH WHEN WALLS OF STORE COLLAPSE Peter boro, Ont Aug SB. -Tke Turn tali coinpany'a atore waila which were wenkened b) tilteratlons, eoliupeed to day, MiiitiK four and Injuring eeveral persons, a hundred workman, elerka and bot,pera went down In tke craah. The bodlea ..I three women nnd on.- man were taken from 1 1 1 - ruins m toon, it la believed other bodice are under Ihe debris Btghl of tke in jured were aenl to the hospitals. CANADIAN CHIEFS ORGANIZE King at on, Unt., Aug, "v PI re chief a from the leading clthsa "f Ontario gathered here toda) for tke annual convention of their provincial esso elation. The convention win bo hi s s sion throe daya Before final adjourn men' t is expe.le.l tliiit preliminary I ' will be token for the oi ganlaa thin ni ii Domtnton aeaoi Inflini r ftrs chiefs would n"t be taken back, Bomcbody'a carekiasnenSi it la ibonabt. WM reapon. Ithte for the lire. The iaggssjator hits Buffered aSVStnl mishaps, morn r less serious, id nee its launching Ma) tit, i Ship to Sad Saturday. Official thnated I he damage I o I In .-' I its-( II"! lo I,, ti '' I 1 I il ' 1 quantities of supplies in the boM an us. i However. Nearl) laro million gallona of water were poured on Iks lire. 'i ii p iny announced Hm ship win Mil 1 1 Saturday hm achaduksJ. Tfst damage Will ! retHilred uh fur uh posslbm. SITUATION IS ENCOURAGING Mexico Willing to Negotiate Fur ther and Likely Will Change Attitude HUERTA MUST BE ELIMINATED United States Desires Definite Assurances on That Point PROMISE OF LOANS IS MADE ..' blngton, Atiu m Tbta a a 1 hi Mealeag MtunUon, li nrief today: Huertl has withdrawn bin requeal for an tauhonge of ambaasadorn, and neked tkal tbe present dtpiotnettc ti i ins contraue until after tbe Moxli in eh t ioiiv in ' trtahof n oagM that was Interpreted aa u uoncfeslcn, Oamaoo, Mexican foreign rain later, pointed out that tin- demand of Hm Patted Btatog for ih- ellmlai -Hon of rtuerta will be met b) provi sion of the Mexican constitution, wkafih makes the arovlilonol president iit.ii)ii)h to re-election. The W$ath 1 1 ik t i i government, however, dosli'ei aaflur itv i mi n dnftntt Lind, the presidents envoy, aa au thoelseil to return to Mexico City from Vera t i n. 'it In his d isrri I ion II goomed ndvtaable." it is believed hen he win en .nut that the aafjaUatloaa nvar aome oi the disputed points, tirin egSally the retliognanl of Huerta, ul! ba reopened. PrasMeni Wilson and Bscretary Bryan regarded the situa tion ns "encouraging" nnd Indktatad they expected some change In the at titude ai yjgajco City after the pn dent's eddreei lo Congreai yeati ! . w as mot e dli ated, American consular ogle era through put Mexico were rounding up Ajneri caaa una MtldrcaaUig them to leave ii i . und psapnrlnS m am to al 1 them in doing so. Major Oenaral Wood and etaA of the arm) returned to Washington to tai," personal charge of any mllltar) meaaurei to carry out the preeldent'a determination for atrlel neutrality. Expect Good News Soon. tfter an ebrfy ronferem with Bryan nnd t'hiirmai Bacon of tke Semite foreign relations committee, (resident Wllaon let it be known that he beMoved the situation in Mexico I was encouraging. The weeldenl thlnka tninga are changing in Mxko 1 Ity, ami thai something definite win .soon lie made known. There was HO OVl fence here earh today tha4 tht lluer ti govenunenl had ignwitl to the .m erlcan plan, but the dlspoeltlun of the Mexican administration to withdraw aomi of Its proposals has encouraged th.- bettef in ofHcfal clrelas thai tke president s measago is having i I ef feci in Mexico Should land d- em il ndt I (table to return to Mexico City to continue, in person, the begotlationa be hi conduct ing bj telegraph from Vera Crua, la has autliorlty from Waahlngtim to do no. it is considered quite probable h wlM go. Loans Not n Inf.entive Mexlrn City, AUg. IS, The full texi. ..I the inawer f Prederlco Qamboa, ecreter) of the slate for foreign nf taiis, to ihe ''second note'' sent inm by John bind, President Wilsons eonii- dential ggeUl In MeXlOO, under dale of AttgUII If, MM made public here lo- day, it -.Mains s. reral laten I ihk rla n . i In on.- i i igraph the Mexican dlplo mal quotes Llnd'i itatemeni lhal Prei Idenl W ilson, if Mexico a t.s imme iiitety and favorably upon the fore going Higgeetlona," world express to American hankers assurmiees that the govirgtnonl of the United Btatea would look with favor upon an immediate loan to Mexie... In answerinc this Qamboa buffs be excused from direct reply for the time being, otfcsj than lq Bay ibis suggestion appaars to bg an gttt tctlve antecedenl pro posal to III" end that, moed b) petty interests. Mexico should renounce m light whtok ii Ineontroversable and upholds Ids country St a time when the dignity of the nattou hi al staks. 'I believe," he .elds, "there are not loann enough i Induce those charged b tSsj law to mglntalg tkal dlgntt) to permit it to be loosened.' nefwiilag io the Insist en ee -r ii non that Rassrta bind Klmoetf not to be a candidate for election, Qamboa ojuotsi from conatltutkmal arttoleg of the Mexican rapuMto lo proVS thai under tkoas regulations ' the secretar) r state, in charge of cxocutlvs power, nha.ll not he eligllile to ofllre either of preoMenl or rice president when ihe elections take plio' ' This, as fJgSJ hoa intimates, preMn's tluartS from being n candidate. Dccumentt are Published. Mealeo t'lty. Aug. II, AM tbe doeu ni. nis (onnei tcil with l. nd's miaalon i" Mexico City wen- BBjotMsaJ today Although thit is an "off year" rit.es, includint New Vork MEMORY OF OANIEL WEBSTER HONORED Patriotic Exercises Mark Dedica tion of Memorial House franklin. N il , Aug., . v ffoveral thousand cltlseuii of thin state and hundreds ot prominent vlaltOTB from other eta tee attended the patriotic ex ercise held here lodav lo cel. I. la le the i ompici ion and gsaflcaUon of the Webster Memorial House which real!) is the restored birtkplace of Dantol Webster, Tin bxerckaes wets held at Ihe old vlst. house, and consisted mainly in the deliver) of a numbei of btotortoal ami patriotic apeechei by distinguished oratOtS from this and tber elates, honoring the messor) oi Dnnkd Wehster ami wtpreeaing satis faction over the preservation and ret toration oi tie great etatesmau'i blrthplscc Boyoond Home 1 Pfpvrivcd When Daniel Websjtoi was born on Jan'.iar) 1. I7x-, the humlde pons.- m which In fffmi s'w the Hgkt of da) was in Ballabury, mw a pari of PTanklin When rYanklln became town, in I ' P i",,k pails el Sain; bury KortMteJd. AnBjgrver a'"1 Ban born ton into p territory, iVadlHon sSyi tkal when Danaa Webster was horn the clearing aconnd ins lather's pla uhs the rarthenl north in New Hampshire There nag oni a. bridle path to ihe pla . and the house was located so as to fSSSJ an old mill in the hollow, Trees tkal have stood for centuries are still there but nothing remains of tht "i.i mill but tb dam. When Daniel Webster was three yt ir of ige in-, rstber, Cssat, BSMklei Web ter, moved to what M known as the Kim i aim it Webster Place Tins i now a part of i 'a. Mem Hampshire orphans Hotne, ihe Qg tor lor and in terior kaviajg been praoei vud Intact Aibtgall Jiaptei i a. it., has bad m stalled in front of Ihe bouse a 1.. .Wider with ii iiron.e ma riser, Tks barthpbv i ami the tfitoas are tbe oni- two placee now standing in PVanklin In wkh h Daniel Wekstei lived, TtMeotd Webetei tavern across the atrooi from 1 1 1 - - Blms whleli ,.is one.- Ills liome his I. ecu removed io uie aay t. a more mod, orn fnrmhui Lemtlature Mates Appropriation. After Webster s fitther had m-u' d io the IStngg tif "i, i ksgsji whtih the family ha.t formerly occupied wa.-. nauvod eoress th mad ami attached t a big temetor) fasn bouse i sn i.. Tin- ooHnr "i the ,,id kmtsi nas nih il in and i h l" tlon was forgot ten, in net oner inn. eg a meeting io the office of Chkaf JgaMBi IVank v. I'arsoiis of He- ew Uampehlre Bu in the Man... th. nrffcinl Ml Kl an ernmenf organ In proper chronologic : order. The d nents were a. ..m panled by an alllclr godor Ibe cap t tog " AM Pi I it i.uis w ith t he I nn, d States." I'm mi sol) i'"1 i -hikIc oonMneni ii added. bOOauae ' was believed tin dociimcnta wen el.npient enough III themselves." BACK IN THE SPOTLIGHT in politics, there will be campaigns in prime Court in ibis clt) tbe Webster Birthplace t.aaockUfcm was organised. The organization obtained an aptiru I nation of t,5M from Ihe legislature ami this, with other ountar ion Irlbuttons, eii.ided ihe sjasociation u ifrrfnim ibe -IU" Of W'e.bster's hirlb piace and to restore the lamve naaiti io ,i original appearance The heads was nio,, back and placed upon its original fmindalion which was lot mi atel) found Mm old fksplsoe m the kitchen or living room with It big iron crane was rebuilt and the house itself restored lo its original state, inside and OtttStde, as milch as possible TvsS the gfS w.n in tke ysird waa reatored togethar with its obi fashioned itwccp and oaken bucket, Pundg will i.e coflo nd to Banks it pos- Btbie to metal a an taker and to keei the bouse in k i i ondltlon CARNEGIE PEACE PALACE FORMALLY OPENED TODAY Tie- Hague, Vug . 28. The common- let nil" -ted with I hi official Iran', lor "i Ho p tint ..f paw , (rem the Carnegie Poundatkm to the Council of the Permanent Arbitration Cunt i and its offlclsl dedication In nan toda) in iii.- presence "t four hwtdead Invited a. a on ludiliK i he I p. indue "t t ho Arbitration Court members ol lbs diplomatic corps, i preooktativei of foretgu loverntnenta and Dutch offl i mis. The ceremonlea of tic ti .iisf.. a ere quite simple, M, Von Kernel k, tke prsaideni of the Cat uegle Pounda Hon, delivered en addrees in ProgaSa transferring the completed, structure to the ( unit and the Minister of Kor- eiirn Affairs mad. ;( brief speech of acceptance, There was some music ami sim he. b) i choir and then the Invited guesta, nupectad the palace and Ho- grounds 'I he dedication prop er will take place tomorrow, when, io commemorate ibe occasion, the Us Ivenrit) oi Levden will bestow honor ary degrees upon s. nator Kllhti R ot. who win i rapransntsd by Dr. fames grown Scott, secretary "f the Carne gie Bndoameni ; on i.vis Renaalt, permanent KYenoh delegate of tks ii. iu'u Tribunal; on Alfred PMed, the Vlennune pachTtolaf ami poetbumoualy . n the late T. M. i '. Asset , the former Dutch Minister ami CouneftJoi of Sta'. The Palace of p. .. e Iteudfl m a sixteenscre rqnara plot, once tin gSfdse "f a royal castL- SgeUSg a shady ngeSBgg half Wa) hetweeli I'hll Hague ami SVbevsnlngen, the famous Dutlih seaside resort. The purchase pries was asarf) Mas, Tks imiui- inif is dfsmned u Inn. h -.l1e, oecii pi s a space gg fSSi spiar. SkeaSaggSJ a bUaV court. In front is a wide ter raOS an I hack of it a tine park. K,a h prominent natkm hsi furnished vome i ratloa oinam.Mi or material foi :he bulhimi CONNECT COLOHADO AND GULF I lop. M . UK . IS, A meet lnr In the interest of th, movement for lb. bnlMlng Of a m.xlel biKhway from Ctolurado t.. th.- Qulf of Magfag was held her.- toda Dsiegatei front s.- Mil htutet, w ere in .if. rulame. several states, and in a number of NOVEL PROPOSAL IS MADE BY BALDWIN Would Have States Pay Expenses of Primary Candidates Colorado Bii lugs. Ookx, Aanj.i IS. .Inst as Ihe state heats Ihe gggoaaS "f conducting eh-, lions, so should it h'-ar Ibe expenses or most of Ituim Uf aadjdatee for part) nominations at the primaries, in tin- opinion of Sim on k, Baldwin, fJoVornor of t'onnect- ktttt, who address, d the OoSSraof! Conference bats, Here is the Hal of an lid .n s' expenses whit h Governor Baldwin would have the mate about der Printing and dtetrtbulieu of baltotg and other papers nspiired by law. Traveling expenses of tin- Candida tee io and irotn appointments for m-ei-inns Incidsnl to the .ampaiun, whotb i r public or private. Tla ellliK expenses of ywvi.k''l :: i'i theii hehall to and from public meet in U'S. Copying poll or registry lists. Prov l.niii; ha llenifers The l.uideti of th-s legitimate ex Banana, in most afatos, doner am Bald win Bgkl, falls on the oagsttdats for nomination ami deferi the poor man from entering the political list, unless fie puts himself gnder what be would he apt to deaf an obligation t those Who supply him w itli the nee ssary funds. Would Assjre Popular Choice. "The fOVOnUBenf must have a riKhi," Oovsrnor Baldwin said. "In self defence so to regulate the making of nommnions. whether by part onvcntn ns or primaries or b) din I primaries of the whole people, as, not lo dictate the choice, hut to assim that it fairly represents the chokSJ f thoae who make it. The state ASUSl have a tight, if tks people arc aatte ffed that such tmmtnatkmi by a party Convention or primary can DS replaced by another mode of tats coding which gfvsg thm a better opportunity to make their wishes prevail, to insti tute this other mode And w hat the Mate .in institute it can protect" Thart are certain items gf vaiiili- dat.s' expenses wlich. in OoSOTnOff Italdw in's opinion, it would l e unui.se lo liavi Ihe stat pav Among (llese an- mentioned th- ooat of clroalattng nominating petitions ami of hlrinkt transport nion for oters to polHng ptacsa The on.-. OoveniOr Baldwin asserts, has shown that mam persons sigh gush pstltloas without intending to Mile tor the caii'lldato they thus help to place !n nomination; the other could oe made gnnsooonao by sstak I totting more polling pla. e. Halt real end eandldatss personal tiavet, postage ami tefkgrapii bttto, mlKht properly b" h"rn hy the state aa well as .ah'-i items, (toinor llnhl win asnerted, Next Meetmg at Mtrtnon. Colorado Springs, Aug, ', -Mad toon Wis., was SotoCttd as tkS MM meeting place ! the conference of governors ' Tin ,., . tic,, .iimniilte, was i.-.,!..,.. ed. WOMEN NOW ATTACK NON UNION MINERS Activity of Female Strike Sym pathizers Has Become Fac tor in Situation MOUNTED PATROL INCREASED Some Troops Leave Today, But the 1,000 Which Remain is Adequate Force ANOTHER PARADE HELD TODAY Women strike sympathizers uKHin came into prominence tn the strike .one this morning when they pum aahaj workmen returning to their homes from ihe mines, look dinner pails from non-union men and other wise mad. displays of activity. The activity oi the women was more nottoaable today than at any previous USM and nUflaegOUl -aaes of assault war.- reported. Their temerity is in cn using and with it mote daring as saults are h.-ing committed A non union man at isci-ola waa beaten ear ly this morninif and only the UgaSly arrival si deputies saved him from serious injury. Another workman was fret upon hy a hand of women at Mum tree) and Rod Jacket riKid and alter taking his pall from him. he wax struck several l.lows in the face. Another workman. provoked by women who followed him several okicka toward Ijod jgJDkSt, ex-hanged a lew light btosagj with Hie U-ader. This angered the dozen or more women in iii- crowd and a free-for-all melee foi lowetl. in which the women were host ed. This d clopmeni is perplexing aa the man an- timid in resisting audi al tacks Parade Again This Morning. A parade of several hundred strik ers Bseoaspenied hy women and ehil dren. tarmad at an ggftg hour, and, despite the downiMiur of rain atvd cold, raw winds, the proccasiori remained inta t Tlie marchers, in two bodtSS converged Si Albion and pris fed-d Booth on MSss street tlirougb the resi '! ::t and mining s. ten to twiurium. As a measure of precaution, a troop of Cavalry and signal ors patrol waa Called out and the movements of the. strikers were under the gaze of the militia N'o disturbance marked th demonstration however and when the parade returned to Red Jac ket the Striken i eft for their homes. Mohak Pump Stopped. Btlikl leaders comjHdled the With (trawal union jmrntmen from the Mohawk mine shafts yesterday and as i result no op. rations of any nature gn being i euducted there. Firemen, ailed from their poHts at Shafts Nob. '; and ,r,. drew their fires and left their p 'sls. Th" result of this ig the conr-iant filling ot the shafts wath wa ter which Wttl require manv dayn of pumping, rumidns was resumed Monday with onion men at the posts hut a i udd. ti notion of leaders to stop tin pumpe resulted in an order to withdraw Following the .stop;. mi; of pumps, strikers jiantdod aliout the lo cation. There was no disorder con nst led with the d' nionstratioii and to da qttiei reigns tbTOUghoW Kcwii- naw county. Tiimountjin Woman Arrested. As a result ot n assault hy women ay mgathfciera at Tiimountain on non union nun. Mrs Fred W'tdaa waa ar rcsted this morning on a com plaint swsrg to hy W illiam Johns, an- other resident of the same community, Th.. nomptolnl was for aai.jult gad i.alterx Mrs idas was hroughl into Jus. tt.-e l.ltlle'a court In Houghton by tjOpSty SheriP John hellw of Mbughton, Mrs. Widas and Johns are neighhors in 'trim unit mi Mr- Widaa is the wire of ;, striker and Jfdms is a r.oii liiiiot man. Plating ran so high be tween them thai Mrs. Widas finally 'his mornim mfcsaj a broom. i. is al leged, dipped it in some; filth, and struck Johns across ibe fgag WtiS i'. The woman pleaded Kuilty to assault and hatter'. She uas fined Ml .a N days and having llo money chos-- the latter alterna live Th,. justice suswnded sentence, however, on her agreeing to hebavo n, Ihe fufgri and on gbagrvtgg that she not a lew months old baby in Iter arms when brought to courl. She lias promised to Irehave and If the vltdafes Hits roniis- will bjg arreste,) again, strict orders t., tills . Me t Iuiviiik 1ecn ISSll.'.l Signal Corps Reinforced. The Ypsilanti signal ..ipt was gtrsagtksaad today by the arrival of rscrultl and immediately they rs Continued on 8th Page, 3rd Column.