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the calumet news
FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 19l4.
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FRIDAY. MARCH 6. 1914.
A CLOSING INCIDENT.
Commenting on the ongrsaalonal m
qiiry li t.. the stnkc. the Mining Jour
nal savs the . ItMtaf sessions of the m-
vestktatma. rnmmtttn are ai.out the
principal evidence of a tnnslbl nature
thai there lias been a strike in the
concur country The mines are llcar
l full-handed and the OVtpUl 'f fork
in about on a norma', basis. Those cm
pan lea that passed, or dc, tv.isrj. div
i !: I .iii- considering in B tentative
way plans for restoring th'in at llM
,!,! figures. The hanks are baek Whefe
they were iief.. re the temporary flurry
caused by the strike ami going busi
ness in tin' district is nil a satis.'a tery
The time of stress is latnelv passed
That it should have beta attended '
o little disturbance of the ordinary
course of tra.l.' and BOBSmerce is re
markable. Not ,t single failure has. t
lj said, been caused b) the ttrUce. That
the district should bars weather..! th.'
half years storm ao welt esrriea u
own contradict ion of the ehargt that
the working people wera abused sod
underpsid. No distrn t. no atati n. a
eountrv --an be mack better than tic
kh.-ne and the smew .aid
K iety. No region ran show
rnal evidem e of prosperity,
er district does. unless the
I ' 1 ilnlni '
is a .. " - ,1 fof s. iiiii' tv from
' 1 the district, and it Is ia
v to... thai the Bocisllst gwr
1 I omiSS, is publish. -d. The
asl bo- 1 he I "nit. .1 City pa t
rsver. ahowa thai the affair of
ivernmeni gig m no danger of
Into 1 h- hands of t he
.' as pa Lrtotb v oters do in. ir
1 in 1 1 1.- w oi i led w h'Ti in knows
Mrs. Pankhurst is and worried
,. doesni know John has Panl-
PREMA I URE.
The PhlllppUaS .iembl is all ready
for noli pendence. Hat mg gone on
record with tlu- assertion that iheiv .
no slavery in the island, although H
ll .i vveli known tnat I'aie is, the
ss. in .'v has now adopted lesolulfolir
urging the American i'hiijivm to pro
v ide it the present aaaSjiaSl for inde
The assembly is doomed to di ip-
1 1 Inlmritt Nm m tins aaasstsn or !n
the next, will Congress provide for
the independence of the isLmds. Just
: ,,v QOOgrCBS. as well as tile presi
dent, has its i-vea on Mexico, for years
,t rgnuhlll la name nly. which has
reverted to inarcky and which, soon
er or Liter, ac ordtn.; to present ln
di atioi :. w.Ii have to be brought to
order b intervention.
The Philippines rttl bavi t. trail
a while longer. In spite of the admin-
katrattoa'a betlsl that tiny should re
serve their Ittds) endence as soon as
possible. Conditional in Mexico today
would hi' as a Sunday school picnic
Compared with what would bivak
lupir In our oriental possesatona
should withdrawal take place in the
Ami tin n there would bS a hue am!
. tv for I'm le Sam to do what h. s
trying to avoid doing in Mexico.
A MENACE TO SOCIETY
o . . I ;!'.. members of the I. V. W
army that invaded a Catholic church
- : I la N'i v V 'l k city on the thco-
i v that 1 Is 'he business of aocisty to
provide free auatsnance for the unem
I.;.. vc.l ,;is a tailor who had on his
person a po ketboon containing aaarcu
tun .-. do! tars The las din of the
I. W. v.ill the police Cossacks and
ia!k la a strain which reminds newa
paiar r idsfa 1 r (ha rsigB of terror
the it . list I . P. tci-seai. N. w j r-
serv . .is Wei as m the coppiT Colintrv
of Ufcl : n marks the Bhsning
'A bjCOns !;. Th. v ale a menace to so
la! order. enemies to rich ami poor
alike, .iml from what they did in New
y rk to i oting atorss and ahodding
in. 1:1 the atraata would be but n
!i"rt st- p. should any of their number
attOUt the word t. go on. The assump
tpoa w hu h thev proceed are
tsroua ami intolerable. Their in
vasion of the Lenten agarics at St. .i-
vas an impudent and hideous
profanation, tor which the ringleaders
lesei sharp punishment, and it was
what he richi) dsaerved to art eat
'ia Tanaebaum, the coatriver of the
.1 da .mis business, mi a charge of, in-
Itiaa to 1 gad to gold him in Bvs
the nand dollars bail for further bear
The truth is having; its inning in the
-1. cation, jt is coming nobly
'In- front, but it ha.- vet to say a
rest ileal to catch up wtb the false
loda circulated for tin- past aevsn
ontlis by agitators. Ultimately, how-
ths truth waii prevail as it al
aya doss, and 1 1 en a irasl dsal
satisfaction in anth I patina that out-
GARFIELD R. PASCOE HERE.
Fc-mer Ca'umet Man Now With Bank
Depositors Guarantee Co.
Qarfleid P. Paacos, formerly ..f this
' and now of Columbus, ohm. where
li 1 ' ' tad win the Bojultabhi
DeposKora Ouaraatee Co,, is
ting Willi ol-l frienda and relatives
I ; r. for a f-w days and incidentally
tVannactlng businssa in this city,
Mr Paacoe has had a varied career.
Born in Osceula, and educated In the
Kramniar sehoola t Cslumet, ho work-
f te local mines in his
rottag manhood, Then after two
t iietr-m s. hiioi of four-
1 ,. took up newspaper work,
.us- for 1 a iietroit rice prasa and
latei in ' hlcago, in which latter coa
nectton la bad charge of the stints
an. 1 bonda department, becoming ao
Interested he decided to forsake newa-
ipii work take a position tendered
1 irir atocks and bonds house,
lb hai continued In this work with
in uke. 1 aticrens durum the past elevm
ears, m r, Paaci .. has t ra v gted
thn .uli thirtySSlX states ami several
I 1 1 olian pro ins es
-.in-' -.f Hi- prSSSBI work. Mr.
I' SXpiaiBa thai th- company he
eni is an organisation formtd
bsnkeri and rapitaliata, orbjinating
In hio. but now having; extended to
othfi neai j atatea ami mora receatli
in Michigan, the parfsan of which is
an 1 guarantee baifM dsposlta,
Either ' 11 -. imp idUala haM stock
In the orajsaawtlofl ami banks insure
th 1 deposita al a stipulated annual
premium it ia not intended to protscl
ceak banks, for the Insist Utlona ac
cepted under 1 he guarantee plan BSUSt
ndergn 'in- nsosl rigid examination
and Inspect tog.
The plan 1 rlrtuall) the same as the
Rusranteed deposit plan Incorporated
In H - curreac) bill recently passed.
1 in. I. was tiioillv striken out, be-.1.1-1
banket pointed out It would
bring the government into competition
with private enterprtss alona the same
Roan, Ind., has leased Ita water
works aystera from the private com
pany owmiiK It.
.. :.: Ki.iHMI fc I of lumber ar
Hi -...I ,n New York i iii' in mak
in South Aaajaties foreign gsgsttal
bis on 1,. 1 .., and foreign banking
bag aSValOpSd slowlv but stcadl.
FATHER OF THE
Statue of Commodore Barry Will
Be Unveiled in May
Waahlnsrton, iv,'. Maack I The
iuipi'sniK bronse statute i Casgaasodors
lata Barry, the Fathsr o the nurr -
can Navv.- ;s now bstag ct up in
franklin IViik in this cltv and ar-
raasTaaasata for Iti unveiltag in Hay
.tie going total aid, tnmmndjnra Barr)
was a native of Ireland and the mi-
veillng of the atatua is to as ma.ic tag
occaaloa f"r a graal denaoastratiofl f
Insh-Amet a ans.
rwjIeiaiUma representing Irish m.. it-
tus in all sections of tin- country are
expected bate for the cell inon; .
Among the aofitatisa arlttcta have ,.i-
'.eadv SCCSPted invitations are tin-
Irish Fellowship .lull if Chicago, the
Ajnarlran Ijlah Historial aooisty, tag
Hibernian aoglety if Palliniore. the
Irish-Ann prt an aociety of Bcrantoa
and bram hes of the Friend!) Sans ?
St Patrick and lbs Ancient Order 1 i
Hibernians in New fork, Pklladslph! 1
and aaassroag other cities.
tin the day before the UOVSltag the
vmttlng delegationa win make a pit
Brimage to Mount Vernoa pa visit the
totah of George WTashlngton The
eveninti ihImumiu tne ceremoniea n 1
great haniiet is to be given 111 this
city, l'n s. dent Wilson, members !
the cabinet and members of enure
are to be invited.
Statue Cost $50,000.
The Barry statue cost about &g,0
nil is th. work of John J, BoylSi
New York sculptor. Tin? statue Is if
heron si.' ami tkowa the dlatingoish
ed naval officer atanding erect. hi-
eyes nxed on the distance ;unl on
hand rest ins oa the aword which
stands in front of him. He is lad In
full naval Uniform, with iock.,1 hat
and a heavv military coat, Iii design
ing the statue the sculptor was ham
pered somewhat because onlj one pha-
torgsph of Commodore Barn could 1 9
found and that haUga in Philadelphia.
The only Inacriptlon on the statue will
oe John Barry, Commodore of the
CnltSd Statics Navv. BoTB, CoUOtV
Wsxford, Ireland. 1745, Mad in Phila
Commodore Bam was one ,.f the
must notable of the early heroes of the
1 luted State- Navv. , waa the sen
ior olllosr ni the navy, and at one time
Paul Jones served uinbi him. Harry
amc to the United States from lie
land when In- was E yea IS old. and as
he had decided t , make the sea his
profession, he went to Philadelphia, nt
that time the leading American sea
port. Given Command of Ship.
(tarry soon took rank as a aeamtin
rare abilfy, and he was intrusted With
the csre of many big merchant ahipa
sailing from Philadelphia. Al the be
ginning of tin. Revolution he was n
commended as .u f the most compe
tent men in the COUntT) to take t
! l.n e of power in the infant navv. He
consequently received a commission to
command the brig Lsstngton, of six
The ship left Philadelphia in 1771
and was the lirst vessel to By I he i'o'i-
tinental Bag, from which fact Barr)
has been called the 'l-'alher of the
American Navv." To this distinction
the commander quick I) added tic
glory of capturing the first vessel ever
taken bv an American warship in an
1 ng agelinnt Mis prize was the IM
Wardi an armed British vessel. Tin
action lasted about an hour and four
of Harry's ores of aeventy men wen
Killed. This is said to have been the
lirst bloodshed iii the naval service of
tin United Slates.
While ill I'ommund of the Alliance,
- If t .: - iep
Championship ef Red Jacket Fi
partment to Red Hots
The bowling , hatnpionahlaj of the
Red Jacket tire department waa last
ciuiitt" won by the "Red Hus . cap-
tslned by tssonard Wlllman over tin
"lid Tomaiee under th leadersh 1
f Jake Kaiser fievioa- !" the uiatili.
each team Imd a re ord of "tie Victor)
OVSt the other and fol this rSSSOn CQg
aktsrabk) itvafar) itersd Into last
evening1 a n meat, h same being
siubhornly rsmtSSted llloWlng are
the Si 01 cs
Hot Tm males
HOT TOMALES BUMPED.
I I il
UH 1 eiO
hu 1 : :
Hid Rata g
I 'hi t
Hermann . . .
Kinsman . . .
11 1 I
Totals M. M Uti
The tireuien had .1:1-1 started tlu r
second gaipe v Inn the J vvoiv called
upon to respond to a tire alann turned
in from Tajngrarfc. Thsj t uned or.:
in record hxggkliig time and rendered
valuable serviie. later returning ami
rsaumlng their match.
.t the coatebjaion at the match the
losers entiliain the wuuieis at a
lunchgon in the gtnlng room over the
tire station. During the aoclaj session
vvhi. ii tollovved, 1; ic BtlUCel, .iani-
lor "t" the tire h.ui and ehef of the de
part men I was prsosnted with a beau
tiful l-Tem h briar pipe M a tokefl of
the esteem in whii ll he is held bj the
I. A. Xcy 1. led t.. .
lay in Wsrnssvllls, I' 1
iniUctsd b a hell 0:1
Savannah. Ha., has just Comp
lar-e new garbage crematory.
near the . lose of the Revolution, Bar
i.v fought 1 he treat battle of hia career
with the Brtttgfc ships Atlanta and
Trspasay. At thi beghvninii of th"
battle the Alliance lav in a dead coi n
aad 1 o u 1 1 1 imt bring her broadside to
bear. The t o British ships poured a
galling tin into her and early m the
engagement Captain Barr was car
lied below vvinmded iii the shoulder bv
a frapeahot. The gay. ad the Alliance
was shot awi) and the erew of th."
eiiem.v be .in 1 heating at the prospect
of a certain victory. Barry, lying
wounded in the cockpit, declined t"
listen to any pnopssltisn to surrender,
Bravery Stirred the Crew.
' If the ship can't be IPttglM without
It," as said. Til bS earned on declt."
His brsver) stirred ins crew, They
heered wihllv M liieir aroundsd ' 0111-
tnander was corrted on deck. A new
tlag was lioiated and the American
shot was sent into the eneinv with
dsadly effect breake sprang op and
gUVS the Alliance a chance to shift I
and una ber guns, The Americanal
then foagltl with auck viu.u- thai the)
two British ahipa were forced to aur
lender and the .aptains weie brought
prison era to Barry's tsteroom, i'oi
the signal victor) he had achieved and
the personal braver) be had display) l
in the action Captain Barr) was 1 ivo.j
a vote of thank lj congreaa,
course in cttiscnahip,
sear for the firs! Um
"IT DOESN'T LOOK LIKE THE SAME OLD
LONGEST TRIP BY
SLED EVER MADE
Stefansson Will Go From Barrow,
Alaska, to Prince Patrick Island
WrasJhiagtoa D, '.. March I. tUlber
h. Oraaxsgjor, director and editor of
the ati aaai Osograaitit) society, hga
baM ie i iv.d a htttSf ;io 111 ilh.lalinur
Btefanseoa, the Arctk explorer whose
steamer, th K.uluU. 1 1 arlppsd in the
ice of th, Arctic ocean, stating that h.
s planning the Ionics' sled trip ever
madSu from Barrow, Alaska, t prhssg
Patrick island, across the Canadian
boundaiv line practaalh i00 mile-,
eastward When Ste'ansson's letter
a arritten from the northernmost
point in Alaska, he was unaware gf
IkS BatS 1 t Hie Kaliuk, other than that
she had been fl'oen in III" ice. ill I
did not Know that the Baawr arhoon
er, btary Banhi purchased by him
1 oin tm use .a the aouthsm part)'
. t ins Canadian expedition, has been
cruahel Intn small bits by the ice of
tret I 1 0.1st ot Alaska aoaac time
His lettl r follows
You have 1 suppose, seen a news
I paner sctounl of our fortunes, or mis
fortune.-, rather. At the b.st. as it
i-. we lav.- lost a.year of tlma; at
the worat, the Kaifuk la none, with
h If our pqulpment (the men arc saf.
enough.) I never looked on the cx
T edition as a race: MacMillan may
cover th. region northwest of Prlajos
Patrick island ahead of its; Amund
sen nia . cat !' up to us thole Is still
the main work ! do for which we
s. t out. ami. atarluk or no Kariuk, vve
shall try to .airv it out next year or
s in tber rear, 1 thinfj t shall masi
for Prince Patrick island on the Mary
Pacha tost anrlng, leaving the Kariuk
to follow it she l;i Is flee. I 111 IV eV ell
gO by sled this winter to look th"
Ipmund 1 it. it will be thr- Tony'i
sle l trip lVCt made, if I do go, but it
looks eas lo me.
I'l.ase remember me to Mr. BeH
and the mensbsrs of your Reasurck
. nnimittee. 1 hope thev remember nn
halt as pleaaantlv as 1 do them."
The Nationnl Geographic s iclety had
originally planned to iinan e the pres
ent stefansson expedition, and il was
nly al the request of the premier of
Panada, the 1:1. Hon 1:. 1. Borden,
thai the aocisty rsllnuutshcd its ctala
ui .11 the explorer, t'remier Horaen, in
a letter to Mr. Qrosvenor, stated thai
the government of Canada was of tin
opinion that since Canada was tin
country to be expleri i it w as mori
tlttillg for the expedition to no up III)'
ii i the 1 'anadian aflg and r a- it to i
dnanCed b the Canadian mov crntnoii 1
"THIS DATE IN HISTORY."
Hen. Philip II. Sheridan born in
AtttSUy, N. Y. Hied Au . :.. issv
The al exican miniater at Wash
ion protested against the admla-
alon of Texas to the I'nion and
demanded ins paasporte.
(exportation of corn from Baltic
and Btaok Bea parts was aro
hiblted. Thief Justice Tal)e delivered
the decision in the Dred Scott
The British and Boers agreod to
an armiatlce of eighl days
King Milan abdicated tha throne
of Servla In favor of his son,
-Queen Alexandra at ended the
centenary celebration of the
British and Foreign Bible socie
1 s s ;i
I I ::
arm) aft r
a three n
Rear Admiral Bradley A. Fiske
May Be One of New Vice Admirals
4, m . " Jk
Photo COP) li ht by
I I'll the creation of six Th e
country will not bs outranked
tcrnollonal difficulties, us baa
stuncea, itarticularly at Peru
roar admlrrils w ho are mentioned B8 probable vice admiral 1h Bradley A. Kiska
He is 11 member Of the general board at Washington.
One Bird Seemed to
Be the Leader.
r know," said daddy, "I
"Tell us about it." said
"What was it?" ftsksd
whatever daddy had to say.
"Well." continued daddy, "in 11 (roe in the park lots nnd lots gf little
sparrows sefg rUOatlBsT, II was. of cogrsg, a petfc tly kgsg tree without ;t
leaf on it. and tin y w etc huddled tOgSthcC kaSpigUJ OSCk Otkff ITgfgS,
"I WStched them foff quite lime. ThsTs sgg imsj sparrow who looked
the leader. He did DsOOl of the cWrplttg and was apparent ly telling all t he
otliers vhai they must do and jiH'iiij: all sorts of dJlYCtk SA Uv eliirpel
almost eoiistantlv for ten minutes, and then la- tlevv down from the tree aad
hopped iilonu' the ground. He picked tip crumb filter crumb, and then vv licit
he had as many as he could carry in his Peak ho tlevv up in the tree BBSifl
and left tliem on a branch where there was a kind of hole in which to put
taeaa. He wsa evidently aboirtag all iii otasK birds just what to do. ir
in a mlnttta i i two any aumbsr of them Bear down to the ground ami bagta
to pick 11 j cramba,
"It was Wonderful to see bow many they COUld And, for I myself could
hardly '-co any. and all the tune ho kept cbiiplB to the others and tslftag
them w b it in do.
"This kept up I'm- I tune, for the birds would ll.v back and forth, Jttat
picking up good lea and then putting them up iii the tree Meantime a l"t of
other bird-; who had stayed up in the tree were IStaf thni mi the bntact
and dividing than all evenly."
"I hain't they eat any of thoinV" asked I'.velyn.
"Tes, After quite awhile they Nil lleW back to the tree Htrain. and ones
iiiiiiv they huddled together and bad the most mnrreloua meal. You art
was their dinner time, and they all had it together at the same tlBM to
make il more sociable, l'n mi all the ci ea of joy ami the noise I fSncj
art having a pretty -"i time of it ami enjoying themselves Ittmenaelj
In fget, 1 think they almost forgot how cold it was"
"I think it s wonderful," said I'.velyn. "OOW well the birds can look
themaelves, for it must be pretty hard aometluea, eapsckiHy in the wlntet
Ves," said daddy, "it la, but these birds seemed so happy together iHld
t be baring such a good lima. After dinner was over they all chased each,
other from one tne to another in the park ami played big and had a bpfl 1
tiful time. So I think really birds and animals arc smart nnd brave to be
able to look alter themselves and their little ones so well."
QUERIES AND REPLIES.
How is chewir.'g gum nvide?
Chawing gnat is a resinous gum used
fls a masticatory. The habit ol 1 hew
ing gam Is perhaps peculiar to the
United states. .t It rat the resinous
exudations of the spruce, cherry, etc.
were employed in their native atsta.
I 'd with the Increase of th" hnbli i lie
spruce supply almost failed and re
course was had to other IngTvillentM
Of late years a gUSS known as cWcte
has come to the front as Ihe foiind.i
Uon or most of the tbsWlUg yum
Tile chicle mini is chopped into hue
particles, ibnd ami then cooked in
steam jacketed kettles . .,s atNgg
sweetening' a ml tkrurfggj Ingreiltsssta
are added to tin- mass, which is mixed
mechanlcaiiv Th,. rvNuiiiitu "ilnmrh"
is then kjiosded mi a table and rolled
between rollers having knives set into
their faces. These knives i:t the
sheets into suitable algSN for the tnir
Let, and alter drying the st n ks are
w rapped. ISl ked and shipped
What year asgg the World's fair held
The World's Columbian rt position
was opened May 1, ls:i:t. and ksjasj
, ( Bfi IkM
If John Smith has s son of the sam
name, is the son John Smith. Jr., or
John Smith 2d, or may be call himself
either? If the first John Smith has a
nephew of the same name, the nephew
necessarily is John Smith 2d, is be not?
admirals for the I nltod States navv this
by officers of other nsvlea during in-
1 n the case in several recent in-
and Vera Crag, Mexico. Among the
Daddy s Bedtime
- Brown Sparrows
saw such a strongs thing today in Hm
Kvelvu, wh was always lateresbxl i:i
But i" the nap icw boa a eon .'0 n
John Smith, Jr., or John Smith id?
the firet Joho Smith dies whdo thn 1
is a John Smith Jd does the daSMjna-
ion change to 2d or to junior or con
tinue as formerly as an intrinsic part cf
It is a ipiestion of family choice
Whether junior or Jd Is attached h lltfl
name of lbs son. A maiulson would
be entitled to the distinctive "d. iMIt
imt a nephew as asjrtl Ihe neplnv
eoiihl lie numbereil only in hW own
family, ami only his father's nune of
trrHlldtather's would dei ide WhStbtH hS
should be Junior or "Jd or "d
In what states have women served on
In 1 0I01 ado. California ami 'ashir
ton. What it the coldest inhabited por
tion of the world?
Ti neleis ami aeogTfldlcn locale It
in 11 district of Siberia called Won In
Jansk. in latitude IW devices antlh.
w here a lowest tempei-aliiie ill MU 11
grrSS below zero has been observed,
and ihe average of January is IS ll
Are 3hips of any siso or kind rr
quired to pay toll in passing throug"
the Suez canal now or havs they bed
at any previous time?
open to use by all nations.
without toil The rata ha ra
been changed several limes sime
canal was opened, in ISCP. SsJ r ",nV
75 cents a ton for vessels with fwrgn
MM cenla a ton for vessels in I'"1'