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THE CALUMET NEWS FRIDAY MARCH 30, 1914. lite vfnlamrt Xcuis Founded 180. I'uM. tilled by the MINING GAZETTE COMPANY. DAILY EXCEPT Pi NDAT. M , : ?. Editor. W. M. LY N P.uatnests Manager Entered at the 1'ost ufflcc at Calumet, Michigan, us Second Cla8a Mall Matter TaTLBPHI UTE8: Huainea I (Tl Editorial RoagM m 4 TKKMS I 'I' Si US. RIPTK N: K M ill r Carrier. Far month M Per year, In advance iron Per year mot in advene) Ml Single IMU Complaints of irregularity in deliv ery will receive prompt and thorough lnveutlatlon. FRIDAY. MARCH 20. 1914. WEAKNESS OF MANN LAW. l! g distinctly unfortunate that the White slave lavs which has l en the means tt bringing 10 hook M ajgaj Viofal tori of the uifMUMl SiflgOd at n the statute, should hfl falling into un popular n . There (a .omplaint behsg jna.ie an o.r th- country, however, lit the suv. of th.' a. i as applied in rases ii a purely personal character uti.i Congress will be naked to rauid the m " nr to sbollsh li altogether. Th. unmistakable purpose of the 1. w w is .rnmendal.le ami it must be IMtttef for r- ure! that overenthueiaa ti. refojguera have Invoked it toe often and iu cases where H n.n. never m tended to be uaei until itn unfair poe nihilities are jefliial mure attention than the possible SOOd which It was hoped to nccnmptJtsh si die I 'mo n was From san Ptane t hi. h Is t he ea 1st law to wholesale oasnea ' see of subjecting the ilenum lal Ion and A HOPEFUL POSSIBILITY. (ieneral Huerta a disposition to re Kiim. SeajOtlStMMa with President Wtl - aaa'a eeeeonel representative, John laud, is said to he due to exigencies not of a military hut of a tin. in. i.il character. All alotiu it has le'ii the . la I m of liuerta and his friends that the limita administration nrottM be able to Qttlckl) restore order if it renld ObtSiS motley. The treason wa loot ed before it came Into poaroi Huerta'i eaasperathui against the Ignited States fur rafting! t" recognhss nan has bees augmented b the conviction thai re oejnitlon bj the United IMntea ai end arould enable his administration to borrow psouoi . The personal representative uenl by Hwetia to confer with President Wii- on'a personal representatives ai Vera rua is .lose i. on. z r. itiiio Kola who was goveriioi of Jalisco an. I not in the I'ity of Mexico .it the time when Madera aa alaln He la nsnn of In Ituence, and has been mentioned among tin pr. si.ieiitj.il iiosMi.iiit i.s in cane ..r the withdrawal of liuerta. The feeltna prevails in the 1 1 of Mexico a ml at .ia Crtta thai Manor Rojaa will ie persona grata to Mr. land. if it takes piece, the conference which is exps;ted to occur between Rojug and Lind ma) lend to Important results, its ottteesne n 1 1 1 be watched with the keenest internal not only by Mexicans, iut the i pie ..f the I'nit- ed states, who arc (imwihk very weary of condition! in Mexico, though not at all eater that the l l ile.l States should Incur the responsibility of war. Rnd who would rejoice at a!l PTOS peel of unprovetoent of the situation, either bj the strengthen. tin of Huerta or bj support for some one clue in his place. LIKENS JEROME TO MR. LEGREE Ex Gov Stone Excoriates Him for Persecuting Harry Thaw not without cause The case in Question Illustrates how it la possible for n jealous person to invoke the aid of the federal gov eminent for put "- poaea of purelj personal revenge. In the ease In question the "white slaver" la the husband f the "white slave" Thej are livitm together hap pily and contentedly. The claim his i b made that the husband was no! legally divorced although it Is admitted that the matter one of technical character, end n.-t involving the prop er Intention "f either r th" patties. The law must no! be reduced to the .mmerelai pur FLATTERING DIAGNOSIS. ard things ai although some written and pt ri 1 1 "in time been "caught his time. how h the humitlat I 'L i . Annie tment of tho THE WAR IS OVER. a Spaniard is as safe as an Ameri can citizen on the streets of any city ot the country. The sound of the Spanish language spoken on the street car ..r in some department store would not throw a cltisen of the Unit ed States into a frenzy. Yet it is only sixteen yeara ago thai "Fighting Bob" Bvana said thai era would make the Spanish the language of hell for years to come. There if. no knowleilg, to the con- trarj thai an American would not be perfectly safe m Madrid, could speak English that lute ft ariessness of bain treated as an enemy. so lent ngo thai the sp t.. bioar our ship out of the water, and m.oie even effort to kill our oi diera and sailor- wherever the) could nnd them .just as we more effectively tried to slaughter theirs. e cntiasts com to mind be our depart men I of agriculture Ing the Spaniards in making icta .f eeml-arld land in Spain it her, nnd with aba mobbed or t it is not ilarda tried T he), ihr. An I e 111 I rv - Mrs. Steel had traveled at for the express purpose nf Contscl with the types of i "bump of w isdom with w hom she an obliged to transact businesa feared ah wan .ale to become a pauper on eu hands. After be iny hul..teete, to Ion aid humiliation ex.nn .n.i t ; ti m- rnp M nd Ircumi i senile old ady, nattei of faci fe mat forotu body as well as mind, ppy r- epi ion to out distin Isltor n 111 I it t her sat I need of the .1 ppom 1 11 leti t a men of brains to places of public ad miiostr it ion and their retention l sh. -.1 t t be Wo .ire devotlna. considerable apace todaj to tin- historical program which featured the (7a lame! Woman -' eluh entertainment in the Lnuriom town hail last evening, not on!) because of but bet tuse w in lit b) he "old 1 Intel t ehould be p ir;. oW.v P pioneera wh paved i he a STSSS. The cnmitti nie,i Hie la IS IVa I r early day life reset i ed. The ropper coun :rat deal to its aturdy aajuefed hardships and i v for prosperity i nd pro Woman s luh is ho on ita recognition of the Worth of those ..hi residents who were no largely Instrumental in matting the copper country the subatantlsl dhitricf It is laday, it is weii t.. knap alive the Pemtniscences which carry with them lessons of value to the prCSeill -'ii- tgatloa, farming methods. .s the Columbus iTittnen araS puts it : Today, ae are abooting potatoes, coin anil caiTOtS Into the i I homes oi Spata, We are blowing nope int.. the beads of the hungry of Spain. w e ire seeing the i r .t Spain sal as l he j previously .lid not, It is picture to illuminate the teachings t Christ, after near!) jjiom years. Ores) is our war department which Can kill two foes Where ottC Was killed before Oraater Is our sgricultural departm-nt which ati Ml two stona a. hs where one uas tilled before!" LATE MRS. JANE HARRY. Well Known Calumet Woman Suc cumbs After a Long Illness. Alter .. seven I linen since January with rheumatism, Mrs, Jane Harry, aged ii years, win of 1. t Barry of street, Raymbaultown and daugh ter of Mrs Ann Champion of Calumet, panned sway ai about o'clock this morning. The decedent had bet n . sufferer trom rheumatism for year.', but after inking n special treatment for several weeks, experienced relief for a numbt r oi months, until January ..I this car Uien the ailment agUM returned, Her cmdition had grown graduall) worse up to the lima i bar d. ith this morning. Th. late Mrs. Karry was barn m Ca .in. t and lived her practically all her life. Besides her hu.shand and mother, she leaves one brother, k.i w.ud Champion and one .ister, mik Anna Champion, also three sunn, John t Harry, Jr. nuaeell and Wilfred Harrj and iw., daughters, Misses Myr : I-- and Uutli Si home. Th,. decedent was an active member oi the Calumet Metbodiai church nnd up to a ( years iko ,i pnsjnlnsnl Sundny at hool surhet, krra! p menta for the funeral win hp announced later, it i probaMs the services will be beM Monday from the 'alumel M ft, hurch, AUTOS ARE IN DEMAND. So far th. M.t lure u natte han re ceived nine nee automobiles urdsrtd bj local patron a, three Butcks ami s;k l oiils. Th. ButckS are fBT t'apt. John Knox, w i liihson a a i AMssnjsaf A, H patermann. John J IN, h, representative in 'n I ih. s.enth WlxeonHin dia- irfc t, ,v! anra nM today. HrnJ imln i shiveiv. United states lot from Indiana. T.7 yearn old to day, Martin B Madden, ispienentative Is f'ongrees ..r the Kimt WismM district, it j fjasaj old today . Concord, . n.. March M Rx.-Oo Wm. A Stone ot 'eiins ani l is , Conoord and has itoex ennaged on th tuial Than brief which m to be tiled ill the United States COUM Mar l. Toda) Qot Stone told a newspaper reporter that he hail nothing t da with the resolutions which were ic- ceatl) introduced Into in.- Neu Fork legislature by aaaemblyman Qoldeu At the same titlle he took o. , asloii to rltlcise Wm. Travers Jerome, whose seal m chasing his clteni Onv. Stone characterised as ferocioua Dov, Stone haid. i have nothlna t. do with the resolution In the Ken v.ik nnsemhlv. Ion I am not surprised that the people of that state should protest puhliilv through their ropreoe n ta 1 1 v ea ngalml thin unusual and uncalled for expendi ture of pubtir moiiev for no purpoee ex cept to grattf) personal hate and ani mosity. U hen the commission appointed by Judge Aidnch reported unanimously that Mr. Thaw is not now affected with paranoia ot anv other mental dersngi - meni .his man-hunt should have Stopped. Neither the p. ople of New York nor the law of New york demand Mr, Thaws return to Matteawan, s. far no one appears on the surface de manding his return except Wm. Trav els Jerome, and he, iik.- Logrce in "Uncle Tom'S Cabin,' has persecuted Thaw with a persistence that passes the bounds of bones! seal ami displays a fei ot Its t hat is inexcuaabh ." GOTHAM TO LOSE HISTORIC SUN HOME; CENTURY OLD ONE OF NEW YORK'S OLDEST LANDMARKS TO GIVE WAY TO MODERN STRUCTURE. New York, March SO, An historic landmark that in nbOUt to he lost to New York is the old Sun Building, the fivo-st..r red hrick structure which stands in a setting of skyscrgpeM at Park Row and Frankfort ptreet, The N.VV fork Sun has Rnall) decided to move up town and its old home w II undoubtedly be torn down ami replac ed bj a modern edlflce, Tl id build ing possesses an Interesting history. More than Inn y.-ars ago it war; bttlil as the headquarters of the Tsmmsnj Society, The wat of 1113 was on at the tune the buildina. was Bnlshed. As one of the finest building in opj Nea York ami the mosl Importanl politlen heabuartera in the city, ll became the scene of the most Important social fum nous ..f th.- day. rp one night of stairs was the greni hall where the Tammanj man beM their meetings. It was in this hall that New Yolk SO- ciet) gsthered to do honor to the re turning naval heroes of the war nf 1112. Decatur, Halnbrbhre and Rodg era were entertained then', it eras hb this phtce, too. thai the great recep tioti In honor of Lafayette was held in i"-i. iii issi the ouftoini Was pur chased by Charles A. Dana nnd bj associates and converted into a horn for the newspaper the) Were ahollt t launch. t line He Is i ho. k full ot In. and SU ers and an the old hS I'lK S'en he has never been quiet a minute sines' lie came into th. li'.Vii'M fortune leit l.) his foster father, the haklufl powder kina Vounjf Bieglci came ot Inge and Inherited tht mone) about a year ago Me bat a liking f"'- the I white liv.ht of rhmadvvsv and has I played .n.nel" for Some llteatrl al 'ii- terpriaes, Rul neither the whits lihtn pot the a. tor folk have made a-i) unai hendwa) In aenntatinti ths young millionaire from his inn i tin. If the gentr wh.. .u looking foi ens) mon ev were Wise etlOUgh 1 '' ;l gOOd look at eoung Klegler! BU ie jaw and ahat u eyea t hejl rould we i hat I e naen't CU out for an eu i mark. Ship Has Brief C.ireer. I me frequentl; ' - Mailing ehtpsj staunch ami still in aervUe si the age of ".a tais qv more in rentpnrinon j with ihene, the bin modern Mteamshlpal hav e ear. el s resemldit.u thai of S I summer bntterfty', r.nt s little moral than 1". yearn gen New York 'OS agog over the arrival of ths Kainer Wilhelm der Qrosse, of the Marth tlermas Moyd I. inc. on her maiden trip from Europe. ThS Vassal was hailed ax the l.i -1 wot.1 in marine connt ric t ion." and American millionaire- hi ranged th-'rl dafei an that the mkfht take pa vage on thin i ran teai sf ail ships. And nnn the Kaiser Wilhelm der Umnne is lo be devoted to third da as and steel age traffic only. So lap.. I is tin- plog is 111 marine const rm t ion that a dos yeara heme the Olmpl . the im peratnr and even the new Vqultunh may he relegated to nteerage irafllc, n,l perhaps fill the I ran-al la nt .c pas aenger vessels may he put aul of bual ness h that time with the i pie Hit- Ling hack and forth aver the big pond in airships. Who kn.o.s' Motion Picture Exhibit. P"ve thousand esJkibitora from nil pal ls 01 the I lilted States, t ana. I I. (rent Britain and the continent nre xpected to attend the srrssid annuil exhibit log of the motion picture srl to be held at the '".rami Central Pa bice thbj spring, under the i nmbined aua ptees of the international ioiiiK Pic ture Exhibitors ami the Indi iiendenl Exhibitors of America. The annual conventions "I the International Mo tion picture Exhibitors and the Inde pendent Bhthlbltors sf America nil! In held in connection wit it the exhibition, Society Wedding. tie of the largeel weddings of the season took place this afternoon bI flushing. L, I. The bride WSl Mi s Rleanore gimonds, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. I M . Simon, Is of Hushing, and the bridegroom Marion .1. 'ot l- er", Jr.. son of M J. Verdary. former president of the Soiilhe'ii society of New fork, Mr, v. rderj Is a graduate of Princeton, clang i I'M", and Uvea at Dreal fails. Moat., where he is i lonstruvtion engineer His cousin nnd classmate, the Roy, Charlog I'. Deems .f the Seamen's Phurch Institute .tn elated at the wedding ceremopy, whih look place in St. Qoarge'g lrmsttun i:pis. ..pal churi h. M.ue than on.- i: sand guests were In attendance, TELEPHONE ACHIEVEMENTS TELEPHONE BBRVI9B or TO-DAY THti WRBMTtON Oi- THI- BELL GO. In no line al human emle.ivor KgS the in ventive brain of '.be scientist contributed more to the world's piofpess tKin by the creitio-i c( the .id of ndenhony, of which the Bell ivftem is the embodiment. When the telephone was born, nothing Ml aloooes to telepi one ervice as we now know i eaisted, Ther; wab nc tradition to guide, no experience to fnllov. The system, tile apparatus, the mtthodi, in entire new irt had to be creited. The art ot electrical engineer ins did not exist. The B;' pioneers, recognizing that success depended iifon the highett in'uneering and technical skill at once orjanied an experimental and r searah department which is now directed iv S i-taH of over t;iO engineers and scientists, in cluding former professors, post graduate stu oents, scientifio investigators the graduates of tver 7n oni ver'iities. From its foundation the company has con tinuously developed the art. New improve ments in telephones. I IM 'tchhoards, line:-, c.hles, have follower one another with ri r.-ark ihle rapidity. Whde each .successive type ol apparatus to the superficial observer suggested similarity, e.-ch 6tcp in the evolution m.-.rked a decide I iciprovement. These :htig-.s. this evolution, h.'.s riot only liesn continuaus, but is ontinu e.g. Substantially all of the plant now in use. including telephones, switchboards, cables and wires, has ben constructed, renewed or re constructed in tne oast 10 years. Particidarly in sw itchbearcis have ths ch.ingrs been so radical that installations cost -nig i te aggregate millions have frequently been ehscarded after only a few years of use. Sme 187. ther"; have been introduced 5J tvpes ard styles of receiver0 and 73 types and ttyies cf transmitters. Of the 12,000,000 tele phone receivers and transmitters owned by the Bell Company Jmio.ry 1, 1914, none were in use prior to 1 9 1 2. .vhde the average age is lets than five years. Within 10 ycair. we have expended for con struction md rt-constructi'.n in amount mo'"e than equal to the nresent bool- value of on ' ent re plant, Lono distance and underground transmis sion was the mctt formidaole scientific pro'i lem Confronting, the t-dephone experts. The retarding effect of the earth on the tek (hone current cfte,i Impaired conversation throujh one mile underground as much as through 10'J moes overhead. Ove- heael cor -v. citation has its distinct limitations. No possible improvem?nt in the telephone transmitter could of itseit solve th-sc diffleul' ties. The soiction w; s only found in the cumul.i tive evfect of improvements, great and small, in tel.phonei tr;inan otter, liny, cable, switel -ho: rd, and evei y rt-ier fiiece of apparatus o" plr.nt reguireel in the transmission of speech. While tne limit of commercial overhci'i t 'King had increased from strictly local ta t i 1 000 miles is ssrly as 1S93. it was not until HJM that conversntion could he bed ov.o I ee9 diets noe SircuitS of which as much as 20 miles at in underground cables. By 1906 un (hrgruund talking ihstanre had increased ta i)0 miles. By 1912 it w;s possible to talk un nersjeauwd from Mew York to Washir;iton. It w.is then that the construction of under ground conduits from Boston to Washinjtor v..s determined i pen not that it was expect ed to get a through underground talk between those places but in ease of storm or bluiard. to utilize intermediate sectiont in connection with I'.c overnesd. Our peisistent study and incessant expert mentation have produced results more re maskable still. We have perfected cables, apparatus an;.' methods that h.iv overcome obstacles hereto fore regarded SS i nsupei able both 10 long dis tanag eveehaad ,rid underground conversation. Underground or. nverintmn is now possible between Boston and Washington, four time.. the length of th longest European under -i.iound line. This snsblan the Bell System in the recent gteit storm, so destructive on land end .;ea. to maintain communication for t public between aM the principal pcints on the Atlantic teaboarU. Telephone communir -tion is established lie t.veen New Yo. i- pnd Denver, is potentially passible between all points in tne United (.tStes, and uy 1915 will be an accomplish, d t.-.ct between Nf.w York and San Francisco. In our use of methods or apparatus, we are committed to no one system. We ov.n. con trol or have the i g t to use inventions neces SSrjf to operate any system reeognued or ac (.. pteti .as the nuit erii.-ient. The Bell System must always recognize. ar,f in its selection must always be governed by the necessities of g Manorial servic-. with its complex t equip ment', which is infinitely more exactina than meal or limited nervice. Thfte achievements represent vast expendi tures of money and immense corcentr.-tion of effort which have beer justified by results of immeasurable benefit to the public. No local Company unaided could bear the financial o Scientific burden of this work. Such results r possible only through a centralized general s:.-,ff, avoiding wasteful indication of effort, working out proljlf.r.s common to all, for the ri nefit of nil. The r'eneer-; of t ie Bell Syitem recognized tl it telephone service as they saw it. was in ths broadest uerie a public utility: that upon them re .eel a rubl c obligation to give th' Lest possible servic at the most rcason.iV . rates consistent with risk, investment and th'. continued improvement and maintenance of its urepcH y . Without this expenditure of millions .and con'.entr ition of effort, the telephone art as it exists could not have been developed. Wh t we have dene in working out thesr. great problems in the past should be accepted S I a ei.iarantee of what we will do in the fu tore. THEO. N. VAIL. President. Anothf The (brand Second street appears to be r Old Landmark. Union Moiei at Fnt and Psrk svenue ; scheduled for t a.iuk. It must come down in ..rder to provide the diggotutl connection between the old Park avenue subway nnd the new Lexington avenue Una. The fJrand Lfnion Hotel, though hardl) te be i leased smong the bfattork hoatelrlea of the metropolis, has for a long time occupied u prominenl position ea i I'omeaercisl house, it has hud the ad vantage ..f being located opposite the Grand Central station ami has sac ressfullj withstood the competition of th.- several large and magnificent ho tels thai have been bttlil within a Btone'a throw recently, Two things h.le add' .1 mil. ll to llle fame of the Brand Itnhm The urst is that its proprietor is Blm on I'oid. one of the beat known of the city's hotel men and an after-dinner speaker and humorlal Ol national rcput a t ion. The second thing that has added to tin- fame el the hotel is the collection of views f old '. York that adorn the walls ol the I'orrldors nnd reception rooms. The collection is said tO he the finest of Its kind in existence, Among the paint Ings nnd engravings showing ths me tropolis as it appeared In the early days are nan thai are without dupli cate, Ziegler Is "Live Wire." it la somothlns t mi off day whn ouni; William Zi' Kler doesn't net into print. The la teal occaalon wag when he appealed before a mii'isttale and applied for a permit to iarr a revoi ver, giving as hi ronson thai he was in the hal.it of carryltiK large sums of money ahosg with him nnd was in rear of robbers. nSSjPJf is the most lot , ful j ouna mult! millionaire who ban bobbed up In New York in a fang 8ET JAIL ON FIRE (Early Showing Beautiful Spring Garments in After being arrested on the of drunkenness b) C, A II poll era eurly this meimlng ami pieced h the gjsd Jacket pail, a woman ivhnei record Insg bsea some w ho I n rioui h thla vlelnit.v nan owl) eseaiieel ilea ; when she ueciihnta ll v s. t t, L. ,ldin, on lire. Hsrtnnatel) afsrshai i , .1,1; a H SSI office adjoins the j.n, deteepM the odor of smoke ..ml discovered it origin in time to asvs tht ten in The Paxe Incident is is the rase ulueed Buy Your New Suit Right Now EVERY DAY COUNTS. ONLY A SHORT TIME AND EASTER WILL BE HERE. WE WANT TO ESCAPE THE HUSTLE AND BUS.' uE OF TH FI EASTER RUSH LATER ON. WE URGE YOU TO COME AND CHOOSE YOUR NEW SPRING COSTUME NOW. IN DOING SO YOU WILL SAVE TIME AND TEMPER AND SECURE THE UTMOST SATISFACTION. Suits From i00 tn (Mn.00 $15 to $40 pi rz i Buy Your New Coat Right Now WHILE STOCKS ARE FRESH. THE SEPARATE COAT STYLES WERE NEVER MORE A TTRAC TIVE THAN THEY ARE THIS SEASON AND A REAL HANDSOME COAT COMBINES USEFUL NESS AND ELEGANCE. IT IS A NECESSARY GARMENT FOR WEAR WITH SEPARATE DRESSES AND WITH SKIRTS AND WAISTS. OUR COATS ARE DISTINCTIVE IN EXCLUSIVENESS OF STYLE AND PERFECTION OF WORKMAN SHIP. Coats From .00 tn (MlTOO $10 to $40 J THIS STORE OFFERS THE LARGTf.T STOCKS ""O SELECT FROM The Fashion THIS STORE TELLS THE TRUTH IN ITS ADVERTISEMENTS.