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ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL TODAY'S NEWS TODAY. THE WEATHER. fan MHl Waimtr Tonight. Sunday Increasing Cloudmeee. VOL. XXII. CALUMET, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST 10. 1HJ. NUMBER 267 SEES DANGER IF AMERICANS QUIT MEXICO President of the Mexican Senate Says U.S. Interests Will Suf fer by Withdrawal DIRECTS PROTEST TO WILSON Declares Colony of Citizens of This Country Are Satisfied and Tranquil DIAZ WILL SEEK PRESIDENCY Hew York, Aui :. Benor Cmma ho, PtmMmm r the Mexican senate, baa u i phed Jamea a. Hcrytttaer, pres ident uf the Mexican Telegraph com puny, rnqueeting Mn to protest to President Wilson against 1 1 1 with lhWll of American citlaena from Mexico. The meeaage declaren i h' American colony In Mextci - " lBfl d and tranquil," and thai that "tre from mendous damage' its withdrawal There la great the telegram, "over ernmenfu order foi aii cleteene of the Hiding here Yom w ill f Hit 11 ttenn here," reada i he American gov tiie withdrawal of United Stales le- will understand there la no re aeon for this order. Th Amerloan colony would he eerloual) prejudiced In iis welfare and financial Intereeta aere it t abandon the cnun ii v in which ii is cotmldered nod ra leemfd, ami where it ban acquired numei sua i ordlal relation a. M Situation is Unchanged. Waahlngton, Aug, SO, The Mexican situation i ' unchanged today, bind I" si ill w i it in.. 1 1 . i i OrUfl ami mi a I- vicea of hi plana had coma to Wneh Ington Bryan, after receiving a i - Mga in m Ittad, declared Ihe situa tion was "unchanged." Ulnd hi sini ncting according to his own itieeretior, about returning to Mexico I'ity. Di.i to Srek Presidency. London, Auk. M, "I nm noa defln i i l v a candidate for ti preaideni ) i Mexico," Qeneral Folia Diaa, who recently arrived from tfunada, told the Aaacciated Preaa ihfai morning. .vi frienda In Mexico are worklnu Id mi. 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1" " i 1 1 1 1 I n 1 1 1 . 1 I i -1 "In I fortunately at this dlatance t myaelf am unable t Wo mm h. hut I am awaiting Inetntrtlona which may aim pllf) mattera. riven If i am ordered to go to Japan, it is not certain i trill go, M action will depend upon de v elopim-nts." Dhw apparently was pleaeed with the emus.' of avanta In Mexico, He said iim i t. i s candtdac) for iirenldent was barred hj the conatltntion, He de clared the fa. i that he siiii is ihe of Bclal representative of the Mexican government debarred him from din cuaelng Preaideni WHann'a meaaagi or the Mexican reply, TURF TOURNEY IN THE EAST New England End of Grand Circuit Opens Monday at Hartford. Hartford, Oonn., Aug., M, The New Rnghmd and of the orand idrnnit nil! wind lll With the meeting to he open here .Monday under tho auspices of Ihe 'ounce ticut Kair Associa I ion. During Ihe past I ,vo days the stables at Char ter t)ak I'urk have fitted rapidly with the atimmer campaign! rs from tlM Empire Ottl track and elsew here and the association management is making forward to a successful meeting. The big feature , f the program will he the classic Charter Oak, IMMf, for I 14 class tmttera, The other stake events of the week will Include the Capital fitv. ItM -lass trotters $:!.- nag; ihe Cortnthtan, 1: 14 class trot lers. t.-. olid the Acorn, l-jrear-okl trotters ilinlhle to tho class, to 10 the iuventte, for lynrotga rtl ;ihie to ;g i'hixs trottara, gf,eti freeforall pace. Mjg, ami the Not meg, lor ; pacers. $:'.on. BABY NOT A YEAR OLD GETS $40,000 MINE. CMeago, auk. :t- Baby Oatheryn Mulcahra ol Koae mount, in. la an nair fss and the owner of a mlntngj eloim In Alaska through an uncle she baa neVCf set a. and Whtase name she Is not old tmwgh to sjiv It all happens this Wffj : Thirteen years ggO, in WW OrlUMm Hownrd Miii air.- married Mam Mtey, sister oi jajnjgg it. Ultey of Omaha, Mul air.' and his bride moved to Illin ois, gad Rltay went lo Ihe Klondike. Two yagffi ami Hie Mul. aires moved lo Itoseinouui and a var later, live months helore Iti I CUtherjm appeii . d Howard Mnh alr. died Uih'.V also died recently ami left a MM dHnlbtl claim to II w trd Mul-aire or his off siirliitf." Catheryn is Hie only offapilng. SUFFRAGETTES NOW HAVE RIFLE RANGE Militants Would Combat Deficien cy Bill With Bullets London. Aug :;o a ritie rangi is tha latesi acquialtien of the militant nuf rngettea, lis location is kepi a lose aacret, but an official oi the Women's s'" lol ami political union has admit ted ha xlateace ami stated thai the range una in use every day by mam' hers m ihe organization, who ale i.i. ally hamming nxpan ehota i he week'a Uxma of the Buffragcttn. tin- ofti. i ,i organ of ihe w. s. p.u., rontaina an advertlaement offering Ui lea.h a omen to ahool straight. The official win. gave the information in regard to the rhte magi laid thai tbi mllltanta were preparing for ihe new repreaaiva atep of ihe government, Which they fear Will he the use of the recently enacted Mental Deficiency '"ii t iflnc ih auffTagette leadara in asylums wlu re thev will not be amenable to the uaual court prooedurea. If any of the leaders arc confined un der III.' new get, the official ill QUOe Uon declared, ihe resolution nm to endaagei human life would be reacted rd and ihe skill acquired at Ihe hulls would in brought into play, Guards Protect Secretary. Home Secretary Reginald McKenna, lie beat hated of ihe cabinet mlnlatera becauae ol his department has i p reaponeible for tin foretMa feeding of u ff rage t tea ami the enforcement of the cat Mid in. .us.- net, la living in a houae lilmoat surrounded by tin- homes of militant agltatora Mrs. Bmlly Is Marahall, whose record for acts of violen Ii well known, recently moved into a house adjacent to ihe tOWB res idence of Mr. McKenna, ami ever since the home sertei.it lias had two stalwart policemen on guard over his window.. Mrs. Marshall does not deny thai this precaution is altogether usr leee, or a be declarea that the home aecretary'a wlndowa are a constant ! mptatlon to her. Mis. Marahall la the Wife of the at torney for the Women's Social and Po tilical Union, and the possessor of a long window smashing record, she now 'iis as nelghbora two other mil itants, who this Week least d houses within few steps of the McKenna home, which is in U-lliiiih !l ;, v the Mouses ,.r Parliament. This in flux uf mllltanta into the neighbor I d, hitherto almost entirely ulven over lo the homes of c.l'iillel 1 1 11 1 1 1 S t . r SI ami iim m tiers ol Parliament, has caus ed Home alarm among ihe politicians whose , ppoaition lo woman's suffrage tins brought Hum threats ol ven- geance, Mrs. Marshall has already Continued on 6th Pay. 2nd Column. BRYAN HAS THRILLING AUTO RIDE IN TERRIFIC STORM Philadelphia, Pa . Aug, "i' Pec re tary Br an hoi one of the most ex citing experlencea in his long public career late laat night, in a thrilling automobile ride oi fifty miles through a teiriii. thunder atorm thai levelled trees ami many bulldlnga in thin sec- ilon Hid ,. in. ii mu ll damage lo prop crty. The etc re tar? lectured at Doylea town, IG miles north f Philadelphia, earls iii the evening ami was ached ui,,1 to deliver .mother at Kennett Square, :t:! mils west ,,f this city. The tram into Philadelphia and out to Ken net l Square would not have landed hint I" time, bo he took across tin' COiintO in an automobile A light rain waa falling when Bryan ami the Chauffeur slatted, and in a shott time .he atorm came up. The lightning as Inceaannt, and Hie run came down in sheets, malting fast driving Impoaalbte. I'll" roads became had. fallen trees w ere encountered, and t hodriver know - iim he wna carrying an important pub III Official advised the) seek shelter in a farm house. Bryan refused, and lirgOd mora speed. At West ('hosier the automobile topped for alight re pairs and tic driver again ndvlaed ibnndonini the nip. Bryan ngnJg refused, declaring ho would net t0 Kennett Square if he had i hire an other di i er From West Cheater to Kennett gqaara ihe driver had to pesh way among fallen trees The aecretaryi bTW CHCT, leached his ilestlnaliou with out miship. Bryan lectured to a crowd that had waited for hours. The rain continued White he spoke and there were three im hes of water m parts of tha tent. After midnight Bryan motored tg tVHmlngton, Delaurara, ami took I ha train 'or Waehtnstoa. ii.- planned to deliver two lectures todiv. one in "enns l aula and Ihe. other in Mat y land. IMPERATOR SAILS TODAY. New York. Aim. lit' - With only u ft BJ Ma.es ot the lire which daiuaKcd the hold Thnraday ami cost the Ufa of DM oftleer. the Itnperator sallod Ht scheduled time lode) with Its cahlliH m ii Rlted. ACTRESS "BROKE"; OWES $150,000 Net i.ii,. Ang N Prltal BokaH, the nctreaa, nted i rrauntan petition in baabrnpto mdnj sin- ,,wes ItfaV nun with assets of $7i'i,l00. LURE OF U. S. REDUCES ARMY 4 . Forces of Austria and Hungary Diminish by 10 0,000 in Past Year FIND DIFFICULTY IN RECRUITING Strict Measures Will be Advan ced to Curb Immigration DEEM THE CONDITION ALARMING Vienna, Aug, lb. ffo many of the young men of Austria ; mi Hungary have emigrated to America that tin; arm lea of the Dual Monarch) lach from etghty io one hundred thouaan t oldtera thla year to bam arms. Them men should he g the ranks, instead they are earning their livelihood in the Tailed Btatea ami Canada, The dlfftcultj in getting recrulta ii increae no in i. oi ..f dimlnlahlng, ami tic mllltan authorities of both Auatn ami Hungary me beginning to show their conetemation ami even tirir wrath at this vets serious .slate of af fail s The emigration from Austria and Kungarj tor the Aral half et Itll t the United States and t'anada has Keen unprecedented. The situation l such that tin- ministers of war of the two stales are tod.iv jealous ll) BUpOT vialng the Introduction of new emignu tlon laws in the paHlaaaaati of Vien na ami Bndapeet. When the Austrian council oi ministers recently preaent ed the draft oi a m-w bill to the min ister if W4r, this OfgglUl expressed himself is greatly diapleaaed at tha mildness ! the reatrtctiooa devised for preventing Austrian youtha from going abroad. Hcject Call for Volunteers. Partner In many pans of Austria mi! Hungary have long complained thai no labor was piocnrahle, all Ihe ablebndted jfonnaj men having eml grated. ihe authorttiea remained comparative!) Indifferent, until today they Mud mat emigration Ii aeiioualy affectini racrultlug. Now the) are deeply i oilcerned. At the i -st enrollmenl of recruits on jane MHh me Cracow Army Corpa re potted th. H litftfi ' ninK men failed ;.i mawer the mill tar) aummona, hav ing i n ihe country. The Prnemyal rtorpa wai Sff,112 ehort, the lemberg cirps HS.aafi in all the nrown landa large numbera of men liable to mili tary lervice had diaappcared. It was eetlmated thai IMM had gone tram Oailcia ami Buhowina alone, su. ii ., condition of affalm is ea paClnlly serious at the present time when, owing to changei in the atrat eglOal conditions of the Balkan OOUn nil-, the recruiting levy ol Auatrla- HUggarj is aboUl to he increased hv in nun m. n. The eaataratlon to Ckn i, in is naurtlculaiiv dlanleaatna to the I war ministry, as few of Ifcam "ini Krauts ever return. Over Ntl men I labia for army .service ate now in Canada and not one responded to the ummona recently aeni oul to otn tha army. CAMINETTI CASE PROGRESSES. Procedure Much the Same aa in tha Digga' Trial. Sin Pranctacoi 'ai. July no. Th trial i ft trew Camlnottl is gowg awiftly forward in the grOOVt worn for it ky the trial Immediately prece ding of Maurv I. IMkks, convicted on the same chares. The witnesses and the evidence of fhe Roveriiment. are with few ex ceptions, identically the same. Hie tes timony wan alumni the same, nnd, so far as COttM he Judged, the tactica of the lefanm were the same. afafahn Warringtoa had tho stand for the groiiter part of ! eoterdny and her taatlmaay went to show that Cam Inelil vns guilty of assistim; in ttans porttng her and I.ola N'orris f i mn S i -cianiento to Reno in vi lation of the Mann white slave truffle act. and that he perauaded. indeed and Mttcad them to a- Th" witness said she had hen a mire ghi until she met HiKKS. Her fall hud taken place in liKs' gUHa of of fices after ehampiiKiie had heen serv ed there Camlnettl nnd Miss hTarrhi wore In an adjoinitiR room M the time, she said WHLSONS GO TO CORNISH. Thundar and Lightning Fail to Wak Preaidant, Bound for Week End. Sprlniillelil, Mas- , AUg. 30. I . lav ed (wo hours by a severe elect rie atrm win. h awept tha Atlantic sen hoard Inst nin'H, I'resldeiv and Mr Wilson passed through here at nine o'clock todaj enroute to Curnteh N If., for H geeh end. The i resident slept soundlv notwithstanding t'u- inuiuier nnd Hghtnmg, while the train moved slowly in a suadv dowii .aii of ruin. HAVE NEW PLAN TO DEPORT HARRY THAW Habeas Corpus Proceedings Are Instituted tiy Authorities. Bhertg nolo win he rodi day neat on Que, d in writ Aug; en i again 'i hubi aa Thaw Tiles 'urpu - obtained today on i Police Bondrann af arraMed him aftei h eawa rt. Judge Hutchlnaon mi Hie application hall oi Chief of i1oattcook, win. iiiKin from Mai - iranted the nrrll Samuel JiK'oba, aheat counsel of tkw Nee Fork atate Iniereata. it w na ta eh renafa bow move uihen io h feat Thau lawyer Wild SUl i ceded in I, Bg him III j.lil, safe from the Intmigratton authorttiea White and I'asel, Ihe ottl) TbaU law .vers iii town, bttterl) oppoaed the ap plication, but He Judge said he would Ihrcah it out g open court Tueaday Thaw aai Lgnorani of todaya da velopnieiiis His lawvi rs did not learn I ,.t o ,l,,f ,1 1 1 ,.. ., i plated mov e, sent Ottl lusi Right, W a telegraphed bach from Montreal, His chief law vei, II. X. t li eenshii Ids. im- me.nate'v enarwrea a epecwi nam ai Montreal in ihe imi t checking Ih H'uveedlngf The wtU waa issued however, 111 lore his arrival MANY EXTREMES NOTED. Recruit I , rims Touiney PrOvidM Chance to Study. uk, Aug, :10. The recent na- lampkmahlp tennla toufnn iwport produced many to Idellghta, iu addition to tl s The entranta ranged from lin u of middle aye. It w as ii, in many matches, of skill lion., I c ment a ten si 1114 He hold. youtha o a quaath and llnesse Of wrist nnd racquet pitted agntnnt the amaehini strokes ami sta mini oi vouth. Neither extreme came through io ih, Anal rounda, but Ihe efforts of both 'lasses wile none the less Intertilng Siimoi boya r sixteen ami eeventnvn faced gray hair frd players old tttOUgh to he thei: fathers, and neither usked nor gave quarter A perfect spirit of spott manship marked every natch, and the way some of th, young men wielded wits ami rncqueta in theae court hot ties nrguea wH for me aafet) ol th lavls cup m years to conic. F. a. Draw of st. Ioula, a youth of sixteen yeara, fought his way to tha third round. ". Qaner went one step ' in i in i while vonnr W. I He Kim was ViCtorlOMfe until he laced Nat Nlles. The hoy wonders from the I'a- cit ,st. Btrachan and Johnston, ,,i Course did tat batfefr, It was the n -markahle plivina of the gmaral run of Ihe lads that create favmahl mi- nirnl Tin other extreme was shown in tle w iard-like plav d Rii h nil Strvens ind H W Slocuni, two play rs whose n, inns were famous in ten nis thirtv o ld years ami. Lacking the speed and endurance of the on'en day I thev ff need off ggffehl with supple vnsts antll they reached advanced round. The famous om -ainicl pay rr, l Rurden, also re i. hed ihe fourth ioi, ml ami his skill with the raoii. logethnr grttt his nCMHty to snap the hall into the ggf and serve with (badly precision. vaa a feature of th. tout MgM id THE GOOSE THAT LAYS THE GOLDEN EGG BOILERS OF BOAT EXPLODE; 8 KILLED Catastrophe Occurs on Towboat on the Ohio River. Ptttaburgh, I'a.. Ann. ge Cnptaia Thomaa Klaherty, Pilot Hnrrj Don aldaon and eig ,,r th.- eraw ,,i the low-beat AJtoe nrere killed this morn .uk imi si other ri vermes Injured When the bOlltra of the Alii" exploded III t he 4 lllh i ri el Cornaopolla, Pa. at dam No. mar Some of Ihe hodies wen recovered Mall; ot the crew el riveiim n of tie I - ie Who U HOU II lo I hell names are seldom mpanlona r ofltcera I 'he I oats, and for thai reason il is feared some dltftcutty a ill he egperi enced !r aecuring a complate list of tfae deail. The Alice was totting a lleei of bargee, and was within a tnouaand leel nl the lOCh iV hell the holler lit gq w thin ten mlnutm nothing hut ihe v.,cu of th,, towboal were above w ater. ONLY ONE POINT SEPARATES TY COBB AND JOE JACKSON Chicago, Aim. :!o. One point is all that now separates Ty Cobb from the lead im in? American league hatsiiien. Ho average is sag, according to the week's unofficial figure a, and Jing Inchaon'a is ,891, Th Detroit man lll 'de M hits ill I! I S times at hat. and ihe Clevelander ItM in Uf times ai bat Cobb has sle.u'ily vailied in Ihe la at thtee weeks, .lake Pauberl of Brooklyn, la the real leader among the National loagua batten with ,Sfg, though Pitcher flngllRg, also of Brooklyn, is ahead with .us;, tqf If names Put Cobb m tha Lead. Chicago, Ann 90, ggher unofficial averagea pabtiahed In Chtoagb paamn glVl Oobb one more hit. and makes his average tig, putting hkn in the ANDERSON PILOTS STUTZ CAR TO VICTORY AT ELGIN Elgin 111.. Aug, Twelve cars got away ibis morning in the annual Mi mite grind over an eight -mile ttgegf lor the gggtU trophy. The lumi Held ami laiRer machines than appealed m yestei day's race lidd ed to the interest in the Ii ng, Inffca QOnteet and a crow.', exceeding in numhem that which broke IhroiiKh the lines of militia at the tlnlsh Mdttg afternoon, was present. I'.ir- Were sent awav at intervals of thirty seconds. M follow s: t'ase. Mill Hndteotl Mason. Illcken backer; Mason it k MnhTord; Iter .I. : MONDAY LABOR DAY: : no issue or news : ! On kt lo tin fact Monday la lihoi May. a lekal holiday, v there will he in, Inane of The i : Mgg .:. .. 4 FOLLOWS THE LEAD OF SISTER NATIONS Belgium Increases Defenses; Fear of Conflict in Europe Brueeeb Auy. N Baiglum'a ami tinged aciivity in adopting eartnln nelldefiued meauiurea of national da fanee and protection bee pa aBva bj ever ena'a mmd tha aJnrmang Idea that nrmed uunflanl in hhirope in n thing to he expected, Tha govern ment does not divulge what it be liev.s or liars, it quietly goes ahead with Its preparations, leaving tn , pie to gjx utate aa the n I1L The HelKian army has l.- r. in epanaad w paai naatHn abaolntel without precedent; never before his the cotttttrs bad s. many men under antics iii Itmea Ol peace and Antwet), an the Bcheldt, alranrtj one f the trongeal fortresses of Burope, ,s nap niiv being atreaghtenad evidently aith the Idea, of making tin in as neat Impretrnahle as possible I'.ekium l as gold regarva or MaVOdg.aet thia n the national treasure in order fur ther to insure its safety a l.irgi pari of this money has been moved from Brussels t, Antwerp. Hie reason Kiven being that the tetter city is more se cure in case ., war Tin- national nrchlvea also have been tranaf erred m the fortifted metropotte for the name raaaoa, a preoautloa whh h would got ordtnatily be taken except ai i thna of national anxietv Theae "ents, oon iih i. ii in eonne tkm with the reeeni mobillaatlon and earning! rending to show thai the inturnailuiial outlook mav not be as clear aa is gemamtlg supposed, have caused miK'h eminent in poigttmv Socialists Aid luff I egBglgg, Ever member of the Belgium so cialist Party nill ehertl) be called up on to pay tin- equivalent of half it week s eaten for the foundlne of a epactel fund io be devoted to the ea i u ring of a single rota gam ml suf frage. This decision on the part Of the SiKialist part., as vm II as the deter mination to circulate monater i'ti IteU In favor ot political equality, has heen taken ill conformity with the de cree of ihe Qeneral Bociallet Board and follows th, had of the Dttleh So, ialisis AUTO COLLIDES: ONE DEAD. I hicago. Aug. Miss alHc Wetland a?ai Inatatttly hilled tkki morning when n automobile In which a party of four were making a trip to Blooming! on, stunk telegraph pole, The others WeTO luuis. ,1 Mtm W. il nnd who was silting in the rear seat, was thrown from the i.it Ret he.nl struck note, hreahlng her neon. ALBIOK- Plans artt und whereby a beautiful park is made ,.f tbe tewar and or th, colleg campua w a o be Ml. ion oer, Wtahart; fftntn, Oil Anderson. Murm ni. DvttaOBI Alason. Wm. Haupt: Kestoiv, lbd lurman; Velle, ' uto i lantng . htercer in I'.iimn laotta, Rgfry drain ah nln BpaotUd, i:win ih i Ida It At IN miles. Anderson Is leading wiih Mttlfard second tiv mbatfem hi hil'd. Amh-rson kept h:s lend I., the finish of tie rare, w limine , .tfilv woh Mul for, eecond. DEPUTIES FACE TRIAL TUESDAY FOR SHOOTING Six Officers Arraigned in Court of Justice O'Sullivan in Hough ton Today. ATTACKS RENEWED BY WOMEN Non-Union Workmen the Objects of Assaults at Calumet and Painesdale NUMERORS ARRESTS ARE MADE Deputy Sheriffs Cooper. Roteigtb (Scoff. Ihavis, .lames and PolklaghOTM were fi.unallv arraiRta-.i t,,ihi. helo.e .'ustice 0flulltvaa at Houghton an n barge of mordarlag Aloii TIJan aa i St. v. l'utrich at Beak rvtlle, . u-ust 14, Pleas of not guilty were entered ami the defendants were remanded! to the custody gf the aheriff. The mea warn rirtnntty ( harmed with murder when the warrants were is sued, before tha laQueet over the bod; d Tijaa lieu. m. bttl the warrants were nM served until today. The defend ants dm not ask to be releaaed on bottda, Rpttttng in the fa.-es of deputies andt hurting 'urs, s gggj slurs upn ghg ivil guards wer, the tactics reaotted to h) wonn ii etrtka ayuapathanacg u dav and a situation that in l.t-vorrunc rnon- peiiexltikr earh day now Sauce tiie gutJrorttlgg, A mob of men und women gathered near (th I Bhttfl at Karaarge this momlng, and after submitting to suvh injustices for a half-hour thirty depu te s wer. nompaWad to ae3k the aaaist- anoe ot the maopa a detail of Co. F, Third regiment, of Saginaw, stationed at Wolverine, was ordered to tho M and with the apjearance of the khaki-Clad xuards. tha mob dispersed. Throe Woman Arretted. Woman continued their aettvMen on South llange thia morning, chang ing their jM.int of attack from l'alne8 to I'timountain. Armed with rocke, ej,gs and brooms gmpgd in filth, they waitvd the appaaranoa of workman ami a howar .-i mlatflu fol lowed in tin gjgfka vi men going to work. Tin- arrest of Mrs. Kuikka and Mra. 1 1 ankonan , und a third woman whose name is unknown nut who iiaf taken under the name of "Mary line was mude at Trimountaln on a charge of intimidation. They were arraigned be fore Justice Little and the examina tion has been set for September 16. A warrant was also issued for the arreat of John CoUsh of ralneadateim a charge of aeaaalting a atttogamub Other Arreats Are Made. Tonv Enrioho charged by John man of Fialtlo with intimidation. was arraigned before after Lattgji thhl afternoon. Tic examination, was s, i f,u- Sept. IS, Ponda m th sum of ItM were furnished. Hozmun aj s.its that RnrtchO threatened his life. BaQowtna the defendant's efforts to keep the former (Tom going to work. Mrs. John Pi patent n nnd Mrs. Matt Cebaath, charged elth intimidation. ha William Kendall at Trinioiint.iln. were arraigned in for. justi, . uttte ni Held tot annmlnnWon in nv,, weeks, ii their own rcognhmnon Fcdar Hearing Ccntmued. The iiwemlnatliai nf ikuis Ihaggit charged with naggatH with intent to kin mi complaint of Underafcat iff Heik- k i'.i. was th s afternoon adjourned un- o cio.k Tuesday aft if mi an iv 3un : i. I'lsh, i I he complaint is based on i'c alh g, ,i I ling of I'.slar n ilelk- K i la. Hwrhl Brick at Worker. It is alleged that John Lv inskl, haadlni I and of strikers, hurled a '. rich at John Ruley, n non-union man. at r.iKi. -dale this morning. Iovlnskl was ai rested hv 1'eputy Sheriff Sehut te A charge ,.i incttlna a rim was Breterred gj .lustici Lltlte'a turt. v b -re law inski w ill la ,irr.linnd this .' rt moon. Pummel Man on Car. A workman en route to A lionet Hits morning was taken from a street car . t Rgggi about :t' o'tiock hy strlkeis and lusiteti He persisted that I'.- "..is a union man and had paid his initiation lm to Ihe f gggg t gggj but ' al hi had i, t n laitlate.i nnd ul n union card. With the lnten iion of loiving him to rettirn to itlu nei and l'.i to th, federation offices he v.ts i ike. i m strikers trom the Ridge tatted to no- W..lverine terminal, o thev Intended placing him ai'oard h ear. Meanwhile soldiers ar Ived on th.. scene nnd the man, ery- Contmtied on 6th Page, 3rd Column.