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THE CALUMET NEWS
FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1914.
Houehton DeDartment I portage uke hockey team FINISH STRIKE will observe anniversary
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100 AUTOS FOR STATE MILITIA
CHICAGO TOUR TO CAMP ALONE
Cloverland Boosters Planning on Proposed Joint Meeting With the
WILL PLAY NORTH END SEVEN
WITH OFFICIALS SELECTED
Big Event in Month of July
Ohio Guard is Abandoned
.1 tons fyogg
md bark the
-'.,l.-s will !
i "loverla nd lo
. rtio tourists from points farther
Uth that th Upper pel InSttM ..f
i. el gai .s anfuaglbla to Kusoiine
This is the Idea imck of a big puh
taipofgn, conceived by Bdward
1 k t ; - of tht Marquette Commer-
.md new being pnwnti d by
m and Association iif Coat"
i iel K. Ltiveg thntlKh the Office
i i.- Bseootattoa'a sv li t. i r . Oenrgs
m mi of Menominee.
Tli. trip Brill ,.- mad- BOUte time
nb. its benefit i... from u puii-
W ihing!n ! spat Ii iyn that
move tu mobilise the Mulligan
the Ohio X.it n l Hoards this
ndonsd on the
.my t the regular
havi I-.', ii in . ad
laatbte oa .
grouadg that su
south ftl to rentier
lice ms neutron mi
to maxe tiif trip,
rice of the Copper 'oun
OOOM through Witt the
a a M stru of an
from the popper coun-
M u itta Mm i ainpaiga to
to the upper penlttBUla,
ii Association . f Cess
itlveg is rapullv getting
form data and ipe tftca-
r a compl
tloB of indh (dual coun
data is being m.u.-
iri .- Conrtmerciaj riuba
forwarded to Secretary
BLT ONE MORE GAME TO PLAv.
Local School Qu. nt Will Appear Once
More This Season.
Tbe Houghton high school basket
ball team lias l.ut on.- more name , .
play this IMiOB and this will be play
ed .Man h 14 at tl:.' Amphidrome with
the Haii'ork s, bOOl quint, AlthoUKh
the team has ii.. I don- ver well in
basketball Interest la still being taken
in the sport t.y local fans. The banc
- : tka Houghton t.am are verj aitm
at tbe prtaeni tune a they bava ai
raady bean dafeeted In three games.
Coach VCaf ftr baa been practicing
bit hmb rsgutsriy for the Kama and ba
feels confident that hi pkt) rs srtli he
anabta to defeai the Hancock quint.
scale thla year.
Tht National Quad of Mashlgaa is
tt fQ Into tamp alone, the place and
hue to be srranuted by th.- atate an
tborttlea The L'nlted states will aend
as m. t ! - - possi ! I lo
in ail probability the Michigan a"
tfltery will Invited t.. no t.. Tokj
ha ana, Pa NaT training under Ike
regular army artillery. Th.- pita la
far National Ouard aMfHer) to w
vvitiioiu . .iiipmi nt. Kacn ntiutia nr
tiUeryn) n, officer -inti snkaked man s
to ba nsslvtiu-d to w . with a rt'Kiilar
army man of aarreepeadlng grade and
thus nt thrtuRh rajntkur army artillery
ii . i far s.". era ereeka
The beam "f ihr .ar college i to
atandafdtaa all branchea f the ger-vii-
s that a militia man aril! he able
to rotk liahl aloM with a r-uiai
HOUGHTON FIREMEN GRANTED
PAY INCREASE BY COUNCIL
ACTION IS TAKEN IN RECOGNI
TION OF GOOD WORK BY
Manager M..amar.i ..t the Amphi
drome and Manaaer Croaa of the Pat
bua Unka bockej team ar- tajci tm.
peeved" ov-r the reptrt that tln it
f i to arranka two exhiinti
aaakee to play for the rhamplnush
of the topper f.untr and .in identalU
: r atCOBd ptaca m the Western dl i
ion of tn- Am ii. ..ii Amat.-ur Hv k-;
iaa ..it ion The repot! was that for
tave Uiki will not play unles
"Cooney" Bklalda referaaa, bat anrk
not tlu- fai t,
afanakt Croat and m r McNamai
announced thla mornlna that the near
er of tbe tcre.-n and white will rne.
tks '"alum.! eavaa at anv time id.- ..f
tklalu to selei ted by v'alumei and
these i.iis Baft) be k-pt under covet
until the evening of the con teat. "AV.
do not want it understood thai w.- .m
urrald of the t'aiumet team." said
Manaaer Croaa ibis moenins,
L'ANSE SEVEN LOSE GAME.
SWITZER APPROVES PLAN.
Conrrres'rr.an Will Give H.s Aid in Se
Th- apedai committee conalatlnf of
four metnbera of th- Copp r Country
Commercial club, ahl h conferred with
1 ungreaemac Bwluer ul ongrea
atonal mvaatlgatlng committee at the
Dougiasa H .-. ban . . . as was as-
in v . .. ,,. r
The fa U
PHnceaa , .
ii u . . r if.-
roan, this p
Tin- r niilar meetina of the membera
of the village council held in the vil
lage h oi yesterday afternoon waa of
treal Importance to tin- mmiers .f
the Houghton I'irt- department at
Last, as it was decided thai in future
th- (Ira fighters will receive a butter
salai a motion to this effet i anu
Peqoam,ng Horky Tenm Wmn Fast
Game .it Amphidrome 5 to 3.
n I. n. r " Key team was put ti
tout In the Ann hidronu laM i veiiln,
when it arenl ti-wn to defeat 0oi
the f i st I'.-.iuatnintr septet lfy ih--
aoare ol ' t. .;. The num.- w.m Baal
and .it t in.s roQgk The rivalry be
tareen these tesma has been at a hiali
tenaion throughout the aenson and
everal ;.cin. s bava been playad on
the rinks at L Ane and raniiaining it
araa Rnally agreed that the cham
plonahlp be settled in a coateat to t..
played in the Amphidrome and hence
the two teams met last i-VenitiK.
The store at the end of th.- firnt
Period of play W is l to in favor of
the l.'AUSe I laV. IS. Ill tile s.- ond
half Pequamlng came baeh with a
vengeance ami won with anna. B!gb1
minutes after th.- whimi.- blear, Need
bam k i.d for Pequamtng; tying the
core. One minute later M urph) s ..i-
'! for t,e L'Anse neveli Sill tile s.ole
s again lied in three aainuteg ip
Need ham. Three acoraa were then net
ted by Pequamiog and L'Anse regla
The teams lined up as follows:
Pequamlng OoaL D' AUBt ; point, c.
Committee Plans to Conclude
Work and Leave on Sunday
OF THE PORT OF NEW YORK
CELEBRATION MARKING HIS
TORCIAL EVET. dEGINS
ON MARCH 27.
Continued From First Page.
in this atate t augend hie agd
property from armed ..t I
if tkej da l want to move out of
The nritneaa stated thai he took
areaponii from Joveral of the men in
tin- bank bonaea and gave them i re
ceipl for them. Thlti closed the sub
jeet. Tll of Attack on Train
Chartea r. Qettaaani a condwaaar on
the South Shore train thai was iiiv.1
on near H.m.oik the niifht f t. J4.
toi.i .if ike Infftdtnt. 1 le getd thai be
tween M and 10 shot bad been fired,
and that while no .me was injured
two it.! nei In which Imported men
fere rtdlng the flint if laaa coach, the
moker and th. engine cab tvere struck
l.y Pull. is. Soldierw who w.ie aboard
lbs tram pa proteol the men retnnted
the lire. The witness explained that
the neesde in tka ears kahl fiat aa tlu-
loaf "Hiul that the bullets went over
Henry Herlioh, the SCtgil af on this
train, also taatlfled about the theotini
II. laid tti.ii a imllet entered the emSk
aatad witMn a fatal or him and landed
in the door.
William Hayward of Hancock, told
f ins . xp.-rienee n i nia i carrier at
the time of tin- tonlnar oi die Vorth.
stern train. Ha said a number of
mn tried to enter the vestibule of
the ear and another pirtv tried to cut
ff the air.
I think, Mr. ('halt-man. thai this
urn is pending Iri court," said Attor
"Don' l mention any nam. -, mi. Pe
lf en York, Mart H ,; Cornaliu
Valid. -rlult IS at (he head of a OOM
mittSS thai is id. nun iu tor the ele
Uratioii this .ear ot ih- ihi.e hun-
dredlll aiini.eisal v of ew Vol'k a.s
a port of eommer.e. The celehratlon
is to he ushered in with religious .-
el. ises on the I wi niv -s.- .-III Ii o this
month, whh h w ill be the annn eis.u v
ot the ffanating -f the Rent geneeai
.baiter lot rejfuhu i omnn ree with
Neilu i lands. In April and May tbe
what Is now . w fork b) tin- I'nited
celebration vviii ba confined to aaar
sew in tka public st-hotiis. Pntingths
uitmier there will ba exhibitions ot
the material resources of the various'
slaps of the llllloll alld ill 1 lie atl-
tumn the celebration will he conclud
ed with a series of brilllnnl parade;:
and pa;t ants.
Steamship Captain Honored.
Tranaatlnntlo travaleri who bava
'. en passengers on the Mauretnnl
will lie pleased to ha in. lhat Captain
Ttimer l that vessel is to he honored
with the command of the treat Cun
nrd liner Aipiitania . w 1 1 1 h is SOW
iiearimr eoinplet mil on the Clyde, Cap
lain Turner has had a romnnttc a
leer, bavins risen from the position of
enkin i"y to the command of iii
world's tastesi and now the world's
CANAL RBADY FOR BUSINESS JULY I, SA.S
(jOLTHALS: OPPOSES TOLL EXEMPTIONS
coi. Qeorge w. Qoethala, builder of
tka Panama rgsjgl. nko Is now in
U ashliik on. det .,i.s tsatl UM I'auutna
.anal will In- ogaaad six months earl
ier l ha tl had been expel led.
I'I.e i ana! will be ready t.u laisi-
natg on July i if nothing nnfarassoo
happens." he said.
u heii asked for his opinion regard
the agaotBtlon of Aaaarlaan shipji man
the pavment of .anal lolls. Colonel
i ioet hals said :
"lively ship whn h i.as tkrongh the
anal oiiKht to paj inii.s mm bioklng
at tka matter pnrel) from a bualnesa
Viewpoint. We hgVa expended a lot .,;'
mom-.v and it will take a lol of Mono)
t maintain die canal, The transDor
companies, will be benefitted i:.
jKs-MTv 4 ?a.-- i-
mad.- and unanimooali earried. Th
salaries per month will in the futui.
o- as follows :
Assistant ' hlef tl.".
Captain of lio.,k ai.,i iadd.-r depart
Captain of hose departmentill,
President Pro-tern fiua T, Hartman,
preaidins over the meeting in the ab
sence ; Mayor Bawden, made .( rery
fitting speei M to Chief Veetach, speak
in in gioarinf terms oi tin- work dope
by the membera of the village depart
meni and ejtpresslng the hope that lu
the future M,.- work would be of .sin-ii
high standard i want u thoroughly
i- mi i. mid President Pro tern
Hartmant ' that th.- Increase in salary
for tin- firemen is not to encourage
them p. do better work while fighting
fire-, ;,s i believe the bavi been do
Inir their lust In th.- past, but to .-n-
earnga them t.. help in th. doing
awaj .iti iif --. Th.- mem'. .is of the
o in U o! th.- villain- ..t Houxhton an-l
the p.-ople of the villaae realise the
cattent work dom- by th- members of
tin fire department and if it were not
for the financial condition of the vii
lage treasury would have taken care
of this matter some time ago."
' 'hlc Voets h responded to tie-
Nllson; cover point.
Andersi n ; canter,
.in.-. R, Vnn Abel:
I.' nse -r ina!, i 'ote; point,
over point, Nils, n: rover,
elite-. Murphy; right wrings
ft wing, Menard.
Refer. . M, Mann.
Judge i f play - NepleL
Van Ah.l: right
h it wing, Need
utem Hart mi
beat p. h
i i I
htiaa Mam- llcMttlloa of jaeohs-
iii- . who has bees visit! Bg Houghton
and Lake Linden friends lor the past
tew days, nstarned to hsi bom.- today.
Jiule Samuel S. Cooper, wlio bai
been Conducting a tel 111 .if COOCt ill
Ontonagon, arrived in Houghton last
evening, anrotita for his home at iron
tfoofi, lie was accompanied by couri
reporter, n, rt Hayes.
William Mi -i-ai land of frntonsgon
visit.-d friends in KoughtOfl yesterday
Thomas '. House ,,f Marquette is
registered at the Douglass Hons. .
LAKE LINDEN BREVITIES.
Anna cuddlhy has returned
Villagi Clerk gteffea yesterda glad
bis monthl) i-1 ort o' vital atatlstlcs
wui. tbe secretary of state. The
pori Rhowed four deaths and five
Mrthi o ring th.- month of rebruary,
Seid. ,i b, Crary is Fionas from a
-s tt.p to Lanaing.
i . i si rml i s. msnnger of
i 'o-i iterative store.
CHILDREN HATE OIL,
CALOMEL AND PILLS
forma Syrup of Figs" best for ten
Her stomach, liver, bowels
'hart:- .- Ho W
i i h it
I. a. . U dell I
m ii Bed i : um
Miss lahin.i St
mn friends in l ,.
.Mr. . nd Mrs,
home v , s (erda.
uj in. a.-, ompanl
the late James . ,,
i lii udo 'ooper arrived
from iietioit. n which
'I tin- remains of
-id form of i
: I n I
Ad-, eri ii.
'-ansmg. Klve only w
-i ! UJ of I- IfS." ItS
vi-. i.ut gentle, Million i
' iii i i armless "fruit
y; the-,- know i blldren
lhai If net -r faihi to
and an setSB
si 1 1 sspoonftfl
ick child tooMf -
' fOf a .'ai-eent ,,,t -
a B) nip of I'iKs.'' Whk h
on for babies, children
for groa BufMj plainly
ran or count r
Bt i thai U is n.nde
i ;k n rup ompsn:
it Mud wui, i ontempi
lav after the ele- li.m. wile
i-'. i" ratify it lection re
liai . i. r i, penberthy wa
ba end notfc i to this eff--e
in i.i i - . ,t i he council,
' for the past month us in.
1" ItS of ,e w-ate
I village enginee
B di- idk d to B
rk heiiiK i, fh nil t
Cited I.V the Hi,;,!
appro) -i. Th,- re
ei mini.- am. r an.
I ere re;,,! and 11
it pi i bem, t la- i j,.
pi e ' hem on hi.
APPLY FOR NATURALIZATION.
nt I j. 1 1 Kaiser posted the fOt
tawing rami-, ,,r aliens applying for
n.it irallaatton this morning:
l ranjo Mecen, Austria. (Jeceola, New
Rtnarl K .1 . i',,,i.n,d. I'olni
Mills, goo, Lei-..
The list for th. Kept ember hearing
ill cloaa jane .:. ah,, id) i numhetnl
M applli ants.
Michael Cuddlhy is seriously
His condition yesterday was reported
t terming and ins rhancas al recovery
i in formal opening i
Linden i lub in its new
Bem till .' to take jda.
a. for -. of carpenters are at work
taking lown partitions in the building
occupied i.y Koi. i rassin ha mat eg
posits the City hall.
The upper peninsula confarenoe of
boyg ClubS to lake pin.- at Kseanah.l
'I ' hitter part of this month will be
ed li represent i th . s fmni Lake
Linden. ThreS hoys. Blwood Oike,
Uaii.i- Roarc and Henry Ilendruks,
have biibiisssJ to attegsi, The oonfer-
a-.- lakes plftCe Man h gf, .'I and M.
BIS I Cake and Walter IP. we w i'I
represent th.- gsreday sekool of thl
Mefbodlsi Episcopal bhurch and Henry
H' mil . i s will p.- a iteergnta from tka
Kpw-oiiii lea gas.
II Maddnek, eashier of the
a . Me, hank ean with both
lite separate lillls or loot up
oi (tea res at tin- same
Providence, P. L, bad a typhoid fev er
death rate in I ! I oi Ii PSff lft,SM
'of population, lowest on record.
ii rmann caution .i th.- w itn
Why not ' asked Alt. gwitSSr. I
in getting tired of tin- trials lip here.
The witness pi. ...eded, tellinir how
the leader of the crowd took a rock
from his pocket ami buried it at tka
train, immediately th,- crowd show
ered (jSe train with rocks Tla- wit
ness said that he thouKht every win
dow In the train was broken. He add
ed that he did not know- any of the
nun or wheiiu-r the) ware rnetnbera '
th.- federation. lie BBgj BOt OToatM
Attacks on Qumcy Workmen.
Harry L Chamberlain, engineer in
, barga of the department of safety ln
apectlon ami efflcleney at the Quincy
mine, mid in- was in ehargs of the
guards at th.- hunk houses. He fold
d s. . ii.; daily parades ot sinkers am!
or their attempts to Inn-nipt men
While they Well- .,il ti Work. These
pro .--ions he Mid, consisted of from
IW i gen ami that frequently,
when the paradeis timed their line of
march to be mar the shaft when men
w.-re K.-iiiK undergfgund, tin- guards
aera forced to . ,,rt men through the
lilies. On 1,1 her occasions, he added.
when tin- strtkSM minussliiiiiil ihs
deputy force, workmen were forced to
remain bacg until th, ggrragg passed,
ii.- top: of numeeous ftsaagjlg upon
workmen by pa t ad. i s ami stated the
dates . n will, g they occurred. He
gave detailed accounts of nuuty In
Btances in which workman were at
tacked and called HSCabs.H He told of
a riot which pS said was precipitated
by Mrs. I kwood on Xov. iti and 17.
i ongreasman Taylor interrupted with
tin- question !
"What kind oi' a riot ean a. woman
The witness replied thai Mrs. T.ock
wood uracil tin strikers to attack the
workmen and he Stated thai th.-v did
'airy out her ord.rs. Judge Tay
lor continued his quiz:
'Whv is the word 's ah' offensive " '
Attorney Lawtou responded;
"! you want to know Walter Pal
mer's definition id a SCBib or th.- West
ern Ceil ration's definition?"
"I want the witness' d-.-tlnlt ion.
Tin- foregoing WescripYkma of attacks
had been given in grant detalL and
th,- monotony was bccomlna we.-ni-
sosns t-. inemh. rs of tin- committee.
Judge Taylor interposed with an
explanation of his question. "i
ti Khi maybe tbe witness was tired
I was o,,inK (,, his welfare," he
chamberlain added that ho ubeerv
d ti ogdnet of tin- noldters during
their slay in I In- copper country and
that he had never Seen one of them
Punk or commit anv acl Blkbeoomlni
in regard to breaking town of loooe
ground, th- witness said that men
were ex ted tfl take enough t i me In
make things safe and that be fre
quently ordered them off a drill P. bar
down loose (hal looked unsafe.
Replying t. Mr. gwltaer he said that
there bad been no Ckange in thai prac
tice smce in,. Mrlke. Congressman
Casey wanted to gSjOS what an elli
i ieticy SnghSSSr vv.is and what wa.- I h-
work connected with that ome..
The otajet i is i, r greatsr snltliinny."
(1 What in eili, lem v ' How is ii
A. To Improve working conditions
indergroued i am in aknrsje and
have asslKtants undergl oiind."
i The fa, I thai v ,-u are in charge
and have assistant iii;iKis lor elD
The Witness Illustrated Ids efforl.-i
atom; this Hne ,,v BtaUtSf that the
sompsny is bow pxperimentmg under
,li''''1 1 oi w ii h a snanM aneman
saehtne Ith which it is hoped more
boles can be drilled with less effort
on th. pun ,,f ,K4 .lat(,r, Th,.
mil added that meaj were not pitted
Nt-.v Treasury D-pt. Ruling.
Vnder new regulations ot the trens
urj department, peeeengees from
abroad ma) include in the 1100 worth
r goods entitled to free entry, prac
tically all kinds of articles purchased
thread. Formerly paseehgers wars
I ei mitt, il to Ming only Wearing ap
parel or 'toilet articles for their own
use. and persons bringing In a piece
of dn ss i; is or a suit length to be
made in Ibis coin, try had to pay full
duty, The in w ruling permits pas
sengers to bring presents f..r Hi., rekt
tives ..r friends of table linen, doth,
household a K -utlerv and Hie like
to the vain.- ot jinn, providing
got ds are not Intended for sale,
Old Hostelry to Disappear.
The Victoria Hotel, at Fifth avenue
and 7th street, has fallen before the
Hgninst on,- another to speed them up.
He declared that he had m vet heard
any , ompialnt of had v , nidation.
In the , loss-i-xaminalion it was
brought on; that the duly of the wit
ness in regard t" efft ileney pertained
onl.v to machinery and not lo men. Hi
also spited that the Quincy deputies
included ahoul Iwentv Waddell nun.
Attack on C rS. N. W. Train.
Th.- neftl witness was Patrick Lft
Ceil.-, a genth shore coaductor who
was aboard tin- Northwaetern train
wh.-u it was stoned a: Han,k Oct
As the train approached Hancock,
be said, a crowd of from I pi p. ggfl men
tried to get into a car containing a
number of ba borers ami when thev
w.ie unsuccessful thej tried to iin
couple tltS car from Hu train. A sIiimv
er of rocks fell upon the coaches, and
in tin- bombardment, one hundred and;
twenty-seven windows in the train
Att v Petermann:
"Did von notice anv on,- in perttcu
bar in the crowd ."'
"There was much yelling. I didn't
pay mil- h attention. , J granted was
Ii. get out of Hancock."
The witness added that BO did BOt
And anv coaches in which the Infbort
i d men rode locked, and in response to
Congressman gwltser in- --aid he would
imi permit anv one to lock tin- doors of
wiuie there arete two guards with
each car h,- did not know thai they
wen- armed. All the guards ili'l so
fgr as l,e knew was to hold the lians-
' ' " r irstt
Col. Uaargs W. Gaslhaia.
march ,,r progress uptown. Up p- the' ehen
ariv s.-v en I i n oearl) all of tl
holds were below Kbcrteonth street
About Issu they
tlcalh all oi th
I- nan to appi ar north
street. Now prnc
i,'i in ' i.v well-known
hotels in low Union Square havrvdleap
peared, ami one sstdoan beam of a
new age being bulk farther aouththan
Forty-second stinetj Of tin long list
of 'anions hotels thai once dotted low
er Broadway the op) ones left are
the old Broad Wit) Central and th.- S:.
Denis, Within the in, limn of even
iii.- younger geaeratloa of Hen 'otk-
Sra th. enter of hotel life it) the
metropolis has moved from 'he locality
oi Cniou gquare northward to Broad
Wa) a, ul Porty-secohd street
Larciost Y. M. C. A. in World.
Th.- West Sid.- round Men'a cinis
llan ivasc elation ot i ins city boasts (he
distinction of being tin- bvrgeei v. m
C. A in Ih, wild. It La
tllelllli , ,-hlp It, excess of
111.' - s
general atti nda nee a i
real was ,U7, whll
I, student attendance
tin- physical departnm
tendance at gymnasi
H, r iib a total v
in tic gymnasium exceeding 150,000
Hundred an I BeveiitV-fLve thou-
saa IS, MO, in
t tin total at
. lasses was
w et i
I V III!
sand pets,, ns attend
meetings during tin- year,
lion with tin branch there
ploy men I department wh
Jobs tor nearly 1,000 young
inn the ear.
woman called p, ggg h.-r lius
ho was a prtaoner. The wo
indtlOl aXCited (he nilV., .
USptciona and he called l he ms
who took th,. soman t,. ...i.
ratS r n and made a tbOTOgh scan i
of her Clothing, The .search did BOt
confirm tin- gatekeeper's suspk-foBs,
is I he Woman was ahoul lo have,
matron noticed omatklng pecu
Bibout her hatpin. It was i..,,,.!
thai a fountain peg cap had been plac
ed over an ordinary black bead bead,
Removing tins, the matron found in
side a qnnntlty of arkltkm powder,
which i he Tombs physlclnn said sas
Plnn World's Mission Tour.
Mis. i:mm-i b Kennedy, widow of
the multl-mtlllonalre philanthropisl
wh.. guve v. mock of bja estate to
mhmlona, has arranged ba start ten
days Inn, i a world tmn of in
spection ol Ih,. VarlOttS missionary SB
ten rlai .-- in w btch ahs sad in r hus
band w.ie v.. deeply Interested, sh
ins chartered th.- y.mhi Atherta for
the , rinse, w bkth will lasi s, v. i i
months Th- -, ,uht will sail first f,,r
the Mediterranean, and at ipum. vi, -
I Kenned) win visit th- new urnldea
I siea chinch which she reeentty gave
in inernory of her father. At Cunstan
th" religious tlnople one ,
In Connsc j he made ,,
re is an em- which m r. K
'I tile lollUeSt Slops Will
visit Robert Cotlene, to
lined v left 11,000,000, an I
it ."' ask.-d
I . S. S. ,v
He said a
you allow prunssngeri to bo
on your tram ii you knew
a. was in the
W HS StOCM d a
mall came gn
dial i ici
ami ordered bim lo stop, but ha pulled
out. When lie (rain Picked down the
lull to hi train o into (he depot,
half a dogeg men came I,, i he cab,
V lied v, ah and onlcied him (,, stop.
I me man pulled a revolver .nil of htS
liuhl overcoat podtet and shot up in
the air Th,- witness testified that una
stom it rock the boiler,
Mr. Petermann observed, for tin,
bene fit if th,. committee, thai one r
tin- men attested .,n i charge of stnn
iiiK the train was Dan Sullivan, pns-
Idem "i ih,- Han u local.
ia - von anv willies.- .'." asked
M i . sw itser.
" I hi rt must he some,
tot-in ) Petermann. "rn
loeney probably knows.
intend p. try him here."
Mr Petermann offered docomentary
evidence to show what was (he e, n
eral pollCy ot the W. K. of ,.
Attorney Kerr objected p. It The
hair .-aid that anything pertaining to
th.- strike ,, ,i,hi he considered perti-
t" nt. hut dial he drew the line at
svsvi thing thai wonts' keep th.- com
gttftea up hei. for g bgar. Mr. iN-i.-r-msnn
atnted lhat the atrlggges was an
Official toe lim tilt puhlished by Ih-' gov
' nment Mr. Kerr ih, p decided lo
w Ithdmn his ohjei Um,, bttt slated Dial
if this went into ike record he wanted
the I'll icus' Alliance mi est IgatOtl,
' want to investigate sverythtng
pei tainiUK lo nils case." said the ehuir
Continued on 6th Page, Jrc! Column.
Birds Roor.t Near Globes.
Tin- . h ctrk light bulbs oi the great
Illuminated siuns ntong Broadway sup
plied roosting places lot- thousand of
inns during the recent severe ooM
tpsil, Th.- dis, nvery was mad.- by
employes of the electric light conk
pany. who Investigated the reason for
the dimness of man- of the signs.
They round tint birds had chu tered ail
about the tights, it was evident thai
tin- wri troth radiated i... tin- bums
though small in amount, had been
augh'tenl io save the lives of thou
sands of birds. Most of the hints were
sparrows ami pigeons, though it was
reported tint even larger blrda ami
aeage of them of a variety not usually
found in the , ii bad songhl to warm
ih mac Ives i.v nesting on the electric
Wsrden Un-arlhs Clever Trick
rii. wardens and attendants ai tka
city prisons at, acquainted aith about
ail ih,- tricks resorted p. b the smug-
glrng of opium, morphine ami on
forms .r - dop. " p. ih- prisoners, But
a new mie was apmng mi the ipite-
keeper, ,i thS Tombs the ether AaX
the BtMl House .Which lie aiso le
memben i. Mrs. Konnedy win visit
the American Bokrd gchoot at Sim-
US an I (he Syr in n Protestant CalleKC
nt Beirut. She will he accompanied
on the trip I.v a iiiimln r of uncsts.
antnng ihem Rev. ,i n. JOwett, pastor
the fifth Avenut Presbyterian
church, and Mrs. Jowett.
Depart Fr-un Lenten Rule6.
This is the llvsliesi Lenten sea
on Now Y uk has ever known. If so
ta-iv p is made renouncement of tin
pomps ami vanities of tin- wot Id dur
ing the forly dSJfS "f sackcloth all'
ashes, there certainly is tlttel outward
Idem ,.f it. While foiim-rly in Home
"I the chtin hes t., datkee dungsg Lent
wa- regarded as a sin. and many ah
si, lined from such gayaag as fkHgious
ly ns a l. sser nuniher kept fast days,
iin- present season sees little upper-
'pi liminutioii in (he dnnokjlg erae.
Manager i of tea dames ami dinner
'.nice-- ami supper dances ami cabaret
performances report that their patron
tigs lias not fallen oir hecauSa of Lent.
The big at teis are conttntgtag their
dinner dames as usual right ihrongk
the Lenten season and n addition
many of them have privale dances
and other enteHnlnsnekjb hooked for
set er 1 1 nir'his each Week.
EAT NEW BREAD, CABBAGE, SAUSAGE, FISH,
"PAPE'S DIAPEPSIN" WILL DIGEST IT ALL
NO IND'CESTIOiM. NO SOUR, GAS
SY STOMACH OP DYSPEP
SIA. TRY IT!
Do n me foods you eat hit brack
mats good, hut w. i k badl) ; f i ment
nto atUbborh lumps and cans,- a sb-k,
smir, tiassy etomack? Now, Mr. ,,
Mis. n.vsp, pip . ,,t n,is doa a; Page's
tfiapepstn -ii-.;- is ererythlng, leaves
BOthlng P BOUT and upsel voii. ,
difierencs boa badly yonf Blniagtik is
tfmordered, you get bspp) relief in
live mmot bui whai ptessee ;eii
tnaat thai p Btiwngthams ami regu
bttaS v "in- Btomni h o yog can gat
your btvorfte foods nifhmii fear. Mast
remedies Kiv. n-ii. i soau linies-
thej n.re slow, but not sure, piapep
sm Is giulck, positive and puis ymir
rtomoch in a healthy condition so the
ini ei v WeiSl come sack,
fog feel different as soon as Pape'i
Pin pepsin ' ,-s in contact with tin'
tomach dlatreaa just vankjbee your
Ktomnehs Keis sweet, m gsses, nc
beltfhlng, no eratatlons of undigested
food, v. ar head olsaff and you fed
I'm an en, i to gtomack (rouble by
getting i large liflv-ccnl case ol'
PSpe's idapep. in from any drag store.
Tou rc.lflw III ti.e minutes liow need
i to suffer front Indlgsatwn,
pepshi or ,,ny itomack dlssrder,
Ad ci ,.-, int ni.