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MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL TODAY'S NEW8 TODAY. JT1US READ FOR PROFIT. A t- u s Want A da USE FOR RESULTS. VOL. XXIII. JOS. CAILLAUX NOT DOWN AND OUT IN FRANCE Despite Wife's Crime He Has Not Been Permitted to Retire From Politics CAREER STILL IN ASCENDANCY it Is Popularly Believed He Will Become Most Powerful Poli tician in France Partes April Id, -Joaeph Calllaux. the leader of tht Radical and 1 In; BO I illlSt-RudlCnl parties, will lint In- al- ! .wi ll b his friends tn retire from Krenrh politics, as hs announced he Mould go IBS day alter Ml wife shot tiaatog CalsaOttO, the editor of the Im L..111. M. 'aillaux iliil withdraw is finance minister from the Cablnel Im i list rut ttil with M. DoumergUC M the pre ntler. but lie is still constantly con- ;iIHmI b BUbortflnntfl leaders Of tile two ureal SfOUfM ttl the I 'handier of Which lie is till- chief. And it is un ilersood tQ faC Ml advhe whhh RUldea i i campaign mm going mi throughout Fiance for the ejections April 16. The Brat popular Impreasloa after (lie killing of Calmciic v. as that Call- i mix's career was ruined. No one ap pears t" think so now, Ba ii became evident that be OOUld BttVU had noth InH whatever to du with OMlMni an act thai threw into dloerder his far-roe h ui 4 political plana, The opinion of oM i irliamontarjj ubaorvera la thai the Rhooting of Celmette is only an Incl don l m i he rate pf the must powerful iMiiittelan in Prance; not the aMeai mil' lie- mi. si tvinnlna ueraoaallty in French potltlca, but the moot capable, organiser if the fnr.es of discontent and i barge Baenng thai great mass of the people between the extreme So- rloliata and the moderate conaerea tlvea Gifted Political Organizer. i illlaux is more gifted ormtnlacr pri i ably than any other politician in Prance and employs ever) rceource of if i. iest ami patronage in maintaining: i cotlni machine, it appears thai n the last four months nearly o::e half of the prefects the chief civ il udmiaiatrafofsj or governors ,.f the rtments bf Prance, have been re- l , by supporters of the ministr.v. The prefect h and deputy-prefects are aide tn influence treat!) district poli tic M. CaHlaug's wealth is a subject if I tip, He said on one occgetoH that hs had ini. rlted o,eat from Ma father and it Is obvious that this sum li.is mown, for he Is a director in nr is iiniortant institutions, among "' in the i: iptlan Credii Poncler, . of which he is honorary president, and the Credii Powder of Argentina of which he is president. lie is sometimes ken of un worth M,eaf,oee Franca 1 1 1 0,000,0m), hut this probably la ea aggl ruled. Although a statesman of immense InfiUOgea, he is glOO hated and dis d hy the conservative and mod erate republican Interests. h, is rep resented by his enemies aa sinister figure, one of the most dangerous men 1 'he time ABudnsi thai is the view "I his Mipporteis that he is a high 1 led galg who has shown himself '"" adroit for hut edveraarioe ami who have hud therefore recourse lo detrae ""ii In an effort to break him down. PROTECTS TORPEDO SECRET U. S. Gets Injunction To Prevent Demonstration to Foreigners. v ; 'shinuton, April is. , temporary injunction I mated b) Judge Veedei In I ho Catted States district court of N'ew York, restraining the K. W. I diss mpany from raveallng to other an- '"Ms the eoiiMtruelioii of the RIlM l-eavlt torpedo, used by the United Rtatee navy, has hern rendered perma 1 it, i he miss company was aboul to demonatrate the operation and eon hi ruction of this torpedo, which ofh '"Is sax the nav his developed Into ".- lineal weapon of the kind in the World, to the Whitehead Torpedo ...m ' Plume, Austria, when , i.. , d letnporgry Injunction sought bj "" navy department. THE WEATHER. Rain and colder tonight. Sunday colder. Probably snow flurries. i. ; L HUERTA S LATEST JOKE SEN.POINDEXTER LAUNCHES BOOM FOR ROOSEVELT Progressive Senator Addresses the Indiana Convention Indianapotla lnd lyiea I'oinihxt.r hutm bed a boom of Theodore Root donllal candidate part in Ihli in here today before . April fOr the trefl a. of the a apeei is. H nator Taahinarton, nomination i the preal 1 'ronr. ssive di delivered Indiana Pro- greaarive state convention, The senator after an elaborate dis cussion and attach upon the Detao finllfl ami Republican partiaa declar ad the Progreaaive'i preatdentlal nom iliee would hae the auppoti of the Kretit mam of the people, The Demo crates adminletratlon, be s ua. had not dealt effectually With CUfTegl national r International quaattona becauae 11 was bound hy "an unfortunate see tioual game" He denounced partlcu laiiy Preetdenl WUeon'a fetand for re peal 1 1 the toils exemption dan e uf the Panama Canal at t. Predicts T. R.'s Neminatien, 'The I'rosreFHive party is fortunate In havin in its tanks and as it.- prin- eipai leJUMyr Theodore Rooeevelt," aaid the senator. "He has the prestige irf his reoofd m the preaidency. Bhoul I he Im- nominal, d by the PTOgP si aa a he pMbaMy will ba foe Ihe preat dentv. he will have the suppori of the iraal mass of the membera of th flepubllean party, hecauat they at pregreaelva "The Progressive (MBTty puts fof ua.nl the oronoeition that the activi ties and agencies of the federal o era men) must be rnlaned and as I ended. Private monopoly le natlou wide and cannot lie lestr.i.ncd or COB trolled by the Individual eta tea TH Democratic part) and the Republican party are both OgpOOOd lo this Btnpo sition. The one lieause it is jealous of the power of Ihe slates, and th other haaasaaj n is eppoeed to funnel guvae wenoBtal Interference with ths great um poratkaaaV Want levprldge For Senator. Whether Allien Bevetidge would ac- ceH the nomination tor I tided State- senator was ihe ajoeatton uppei muel In the liiinds of the gelegatm I" Ihe c.in- vatitton wh n tin- bodj agaemi iis .i Bharatlona Beverldga as ehalrm made the liist s h and lie was fol lowed b) Senators ChtfM and I'm. deMer. FAVORITE GOES TO MANITOU. Wrecking Tug Will Endeavor to Re lease Steamrr Waldo. The Brrechvtnn. rug, Wteg1ta this rnumlng opened ihe navhmtloa Hea- Hon at Ho- I'olla-c l aUi- ship runnl fhiiiggh ahJeh ii paaaod en route t.. Man. i. ni. where Oapt. IChaasUasj and his i re w will SJSghmVor lo release 1 1 1 . - saraaded atesum r U ' 'nhi... Thai ItuK ateaggsaj "X't "f n"' ::,nHl 7 '" land encountered a Setd f hM tweh,. .in. h. s Ihlek iiImmiI two miles out. I n der ordinary ein umstaii.es she ehiMihl I reach her .icstinati ) lada evening; hilt Hie Ilea V h i ma .use .1 del.ll CALUMET, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 18, 1014. AMLPICAN TEACHERS IN TURKEY ATTACKED BY BRIGANDS: OWE IS HURT i i nstanl mop Amei ii an leas Beirut Americi attached and aanda, and ont ly wounded bj on an exeural April iv atra from the i uellagn were nhhad by brl of them alight 1 1 bulleti W llile a veaterda) to the sea of i lalllee, The Turkish authorities aaaured tin- Amerl i an ambaaaador the property t t he ti a. hers would be rscot - el d and ill.- I.ric.auds punished. LABOR CHIEFS' CASE TO REOPEN MONDAY Full U. S. Supreme Bench Will De cide Contempt Proceeding Washing! i. I . omperi '., A.i il 1 v - The .i Itchell-Morrieon cheted for a com til'; led cent pteti the Stat t Ime fore mpi bjm is di rehearing before a full bessch of Supreme court of the United a ..ii Monday, it a in be the third 1 1'.- . onli nipt i See ha s I cell bo ihe higheel court. On Xhe orlgi t.ai hearing the court held that crlmt ngl sentencea for contempt had been Imposed on Messrs. Hompeis. Mitchell and Moirlssn In a proceeding in equi ty, and the decision of the Histrict aU- P rente court was rciereed. The iis ttiet court! the following day, insti tuted new proeeedlngs. the result of s lit";! was the imposition of the same sentences set aaide in the original pi oi aadings. .Mr. Qompera is president, Mr. Mor tis, n aacreiar) ami .ir. siitcneii om or i ue n presiuenis 01 tne American federal ii a of Labor, in the original action the three la'ior leaders were charged by Juatlce Wright of the Dis trict supreme court with contempt in that they were charged with eontlnued publication, ..i the "We do not patroga ha) " list ni the America ft Federation bit, of the name of the Baa ba Rtove and Rang mpany of st. Louie, after the court had issued aa lajmacttoa to restrain them from such pubUeation, Court Divided on Problem? A sentence of one year's imprison ment was originally imposed on Pres ident Qompera, with nine months in jaii fat Vice Proetdoat aUtfheB and an montha for Beeretary afoi i laua. The ihstrici com i of afaaealf tdaoad these sentences to thhfty daya. hen the action was last hgfgfej the Rupreaae Court of the United Btatea Inatloa Lurton was abeanl from the bench, The act log of Ihe htgheei triii- lltial ill restolillK the ease to the do. k- t for rein itsinu has led to the as sumption that Ihe eourt Is divided on the knottv problem and desires to have the win l matter none i.ver aaaln viih JVatlca Lurton present. The three lalmr lenders BOW contend that further proc edlnKs aaainst them are bgeegd b) the statute of limitH il. ns. while the Histrht supreme court se'ks ! have its sentences stand as. Imposed. BLOODHOUNDS AID IN CHASE FOR BANDITS Escanaba Youths, Af t?r Shooting Two, Escape Posse Today Ftff una be. Itk tu, April is. (pedal) -Two .voiili haadlts, awed and reapnottvely, wanted In eeaaaeetlou with tin hurling of Soo hue depots it North aavaaahs and QIadatono, ami the sulise.Ueiil ahooilisg of t'hief of Police flanleai ' Qtadetone and Dep ot) sheini i..i. rd Qleaeon, early this moraine escaped a cordon of a hun dred dOPUt) s'.einTs that hid sur rounded a swamp in which the, wa r hiding and tied l.i tile Worn Is In. if CUT Hi II. BtOOd hOil II da have i.e. II ordered from aft, Qtemenfl and (he) will he placed Upoa tin- trail limlgltl The graateet excitement prevails. The bandits early thhi ana k bar- HerlOed the depute and escaped with iiooty amounting to llttHM, They ware traced to a PWamg liftei ti miles north east of the citv and the posse sur rounded the trs i Tlaaraday afternoon. pDarly yaagafda) morning, shots enare liiad from tin woods and the Clad- atone chief was struah in the blp. loit er, tin- deputy was shot in the leg and to add to the I'.iisternati DeteCttVC Hicks, in the employe of the Boo line, shot himself in the fisit with an au tomatic revolver. The three. Wounded men were lake i to a hospital where their wounds are not considerd seri ous. It is known t e bandttt have no pro visions and t e) had hut eue nn- I sln.e Thursdav when they iuproached a tang house . till asked for food. BO I laininjf they .veie leteclives. In . room where they slept, a roll contain lag Ilea, which has been Identified as a part of tin- I ot, was found. GRACE- LADE W WEDDING. N' w York. April is. -The aaaidlgg of Miss Klsie W. I.nlew. daughter of Ihe late Mr. and Mrs Kdward 1!. l-t-ih-w of (ilea Cove, I.. 1.. ami W illiam Uusseii Qrace, - ni of the atts WllHam K. Orace, at one time mavor of New Torh 'it.v, wan celebrated today at Klsinore, tin hoSM of Hn, bride, at Qesg t'ovf. a ,.. . iai train conveyed lare partv of iieata from this . M) to GHOn Dove for ihe wedding. : : : : : : COXEYS ARMY. NOW : NUMBERING ONLY 15, 'I- MUST QUIT DRINKING Lea fan ltl ailse the oarpa of "armv " t ra ". April II Be- .tubers of the tile lielieral" t'oxev's I thtdr Igatrumenta for beer, ami wci. became Intoxi. ated jailed hy the village re, t'oxey Issued an st drinking. The n imbeiigej onh til t. n. marshal hen edict aajali st my, now i im left oil Its tl Waahtagtot : : I da m. ii h to : : i WILSON GIVES HUERTA UNTIL 6 P. M. SUNDAY TO YIELD TO THE DEMANDS OF THE UNITED STATES LIEUT. BECKER MAY TAKE THE STANDATTRIAL Ex Police Officer Accused of In stigating Rosenthal Murder Anxious to Tell Story ALSO MAY TESTIFY Whitman Is Trying to Make Dres ner Tell Who Hired Him to Give Testimony York, April It, District At torney Whitman hopes to learn BOOO the origin of the (ii-tltlous tesllnvouy Introduced on behalf of the four Ktm- - im n slayers of Herman lloseiuhal in their hnal plea to Hupremo Court Jus tice Colt bug Saturday for a new trial. Karl Dresner, one of the new wit nesses on that day, vvas hroiiKht to the district attorney! edhoo ami pms- tloned as to who induced him to pre pare the affidavit sul. mil I. .I to Justice Qofl ill an effect '" show HiHt others than the gunmag killed. Dn-siier would not give the pfoCgCU- tor the information aoaght, nor would he tell whether he was paid to bonOUM an eleventh-hour witness. The prosi -eater kd II be known, however, that In- expect! to break down Dresner's re luctance. Meanwhile detectives ar--searching for William R Itutwell. known as the "SI. LoOta Kid." of Wig terbury, Conn .ami sanun i Ralaaagaam of Ktlffulo. Who also well- VV It llfSS-M. Becker Anxious to Testify. 'hal los l:. .-her, it was learned, hojJMS to take the stand In his own defense when he is pla ed on trial for the second time, next month, on the charge of murdarhng Roeaathal i hir ing the (umnen to do the shout ag, Doth he ami Mrs. I'.e.ker are anx ious to testify, according to Joseph A. Shay. ret. lined OS the fi.rnier pule.' lieutenant's counsel Dtetrtst At tor aoy Whitman aaM he would wotoom th.' oppeafanCe of Baoker as a witness. Meeker desired to testify at his Rrat trial, it was understiMxl, hut wan do terred hy his haml advisers, and Mr Whitman was unable to carry out .1 plan to ( loss-examine him ns to his bank deposits, reput.il at the time : be iis much as "Dollar John'' Longer, Who was friend of Rosenthal, may be called a state's orttneea ogalnel lawher. MAYOR'S WOULD-BE ASSASSIN HELD ON $25,000 BAIL (few Ymk. April II. Michael Ma honey, the BTej haired 1 rank, who yeeterday attempted to gssggMnate Mayor Mit.hel, and in so doing ahol Corporation Cuuaeel Path In the jaw. was arraigned today on the charge of assault with intent to kill. He w.n held to the grand Jury on hail of tl, When the bail was announced. the prisoner smiled broadly, and mild "Why not boost it a little, the more the merrier." Polk is expected to recover rapidly, The bullet has been removed. A man Who said he wanted to gat a close look at Mayor MltChcL was turned awa toda) as he attempted t pass the police sentinels at the niavor's hoine at Riverside. He was unarmed. IF O&BORN DOESN'T RUN WYKES SAYS HE WILL. Sauite ste. Mafia Mich AfSfj If, gsarrgag om nUngeney, Hoaer i Wv kes. of fjrnnd Rapeda ss attorney general Of the state, will he a candi date for tin- governorship on the Ha publican ticket at the primaries next aaaaaaer, The , amlhlai of the Hrand Rapids man blngee on the decision of i'? -iliil. Chaea s Oehorn, This was the 1 st of a stati un til Mr. wykes Kave rut in this city today. I will b a randtdato on the Hi -1 a). lie in ticket for the governorship of Michigan unb ex-Gov. sborn decides t enter the race." Raid Mr Wvko Althoiiwh I have been con sidered a prospective candidate for this office, I have made no an nouncement of m 1 dldacy." MATTER WILL BE TAKEN TO CONGRESS MONDAY IN EVENT . OF REFUSAL BY DICTATOR Both Houses, in Joint Session, Will Promptly Support the President in Any Emergency Say Leaders "MEASURES SHORT OF WAR," ARE FAVORED; MAY SEIZE PROPERTY WashiiiKton, April 18. Uuerta must agree by I P. m. Buiasaj to .salute the Imerloas Has at Tampfco or president Wilson will :, before joint session of Congreea Monday ami ask authority to take sin h measures as iua be nec essary. The white house Ma lenient is us fol lows: "Huerta is still insisting upon gsdas something less than has be. n inatui- ed, and eeaaaajfajeag a thsm would eonstltnte an gchnoa ledgeuu-nt tha his representatives were entirely ia the wrmg in the indignities the) put upon the government of the I'nlted States. "The president lias determined "f Huacta has not yielded by a p. m. Sunday he will take the matt Congreea Monday." Huella ha- leit.rated his counter' prop. .sition f. r a eimuitai us salute and rreshh-nt Wilson has inform' 1 him that the United States stalnD on the original dosaaad of AdaslraJ Mayt . and that he must accept bnaaed lately. Wilson, who had been gaMtaat re turned to tii? white hmise this mm ri lag, and Bryan prepared the prest dent's answer, sotting forth that un less Kuerta accepts tin- oVajgjmd 'in mediately the plan !! the s.-ir .. Tamplco ami Vers Cms win be rar ricd out without waiting for Admin Hadger to re.u h Mexican vvatei-s. The plan also Includea the seizure of the rullway fnun Vera CrUS to M . ., Ctty. Order Flashed to Ships. While Wilson's tilial message was In transin:ssn.n to Mexico Mtv. ordcre1 were Hashing from the nuvy depart tent, sstthag all forcea already in Mixlcan w iter., in readiness to enfor 9 the terms. '1 here were BO orders to tie troops 01 Texas City. Unless Huei is salutes tha Bag as - i n after tin- recelpi of teday'a meeengs as was phvsi, .! possi'lrl,.. action will lo taken without any further eBchangei Members of the cabinet erera aam moiied to the white house. All oaHerg were turned awa with the words "very urave" business was heiuy con sidered. Orders lo hatrry the provisioning f ill J.vailable warships on the I'aepb' co,i;;t. and to mobilize the marines at San Diego, went out. Bryan Explains Statement Hryati explained the president's statement meant that Uuerta will he obliged to maarantee a salute without oaallftcatlon ! p as, gander, and that phyetca obstacles iniKht defer its actnull) being Bred by thai hour. The president himself. on his persOAl I typewriter, typed the etatement giviua Uuerta until fi o'clock Sunda. 1 -veiling. Then he decided, as probably there would be no i.ctloii before to ganrrow ninht. he would go to a Sulphur Bprmga ami brim; his w-te ba. k to Washington There Is no activity at the war d. -partment. no orders bStBUj issued for the troops. "Temporizing Is ended." said a cahl net officer who is close to ths presi dent. "We have the pum h. we kilob it, and WO are Roing to deliver it. Uuerta has had his lasi chain e." The text ..i Haerta'a Wilson's reply were gat hut it is know 11 Mgerts all olfeaees for a bh h HM --age -.- I made public. onteasJed thai the Darted have been he demurs at States asks all apoloKV apntefjfat .i r..r. ami thai anythlns further." The naval tones at Tunpico and Vera Crua ate eufRcient irry nt the pie- id. nfs plans with. 1 w alt In -4 the arrival of Admiral Had 1 - Meet. Discussing the probablllt lei HefMt W Simmons, one ,.f tin- a. In. -Il"..n NUMBER 155 leaders, said the action of 'onKresx doubtless will be similar to that ta'.n before tha war with Spain in Cuba. "Measures Short of War." The president has aoi made known the plan of action he Jay before Don gfaaa bag there are indications the next derlerra step arltl 1 ne ..f those measures d. s. ribed by International authorities as "measureH short of war." know 11 as reprisal or pacific block ne A pacific blockade la not fa vorably regarded In executive uuar ters. for while It WOUM I'ut restraint on the .-hips of Mexi. o. it would not assure a stop in the shipping of for eign nations dealing with Mexloo. He prisal. therefore, appeared t,, furnish th. method, wniCh Is usual in pe di 1 aeiag a n dealt with. Beprieal property hee state and In iii ase as tin- one beaag IS of the seizure of ngtai t the offgenlsag dins it until redraaa is stven. inteination.il authyrltlm held this as the "means of putting stress on th.- arrosurdotng of state oy somc- . h nn short of war." Many aonalorg, ' RepnaBcana und I .rats alike, expressed the conl- deace thai Coaaajaaaj arlfl preeamUy support the pr sident in any emt 1 -PBCy, CumiSjIna Snmot and Suthir iand. Republicans, aid Caggteas would ret quickly if Uuerta failed to comply. "Bven the patience of the American I phi has a limit. which has been niched." said Senator Williams, of M IsalaBlppl. Senator Sln-ppard of Texas declared sentiment of the Aaooricas peaayt i would be behind the administration in any action th. emergency might re quire A Dramatic Scene. The s ene which attended this nmrn lnga developments was very dramatic. The president, as is his custom, cross ed the Potomac to play K,,f. When ' Sh .iifchhossv s dispatches Were (e Oipherod and thidr Import became known t Bryan gad Tumuitv, a har ries attempt was made to get the pres ident oa the telephone. Hryan and Tumulty Btatted 111 a fast automobile. iml while thev were rushltiK across the hills the white bamaj telephone suc ceeded in reaching the president, harried hat k to the ahah house Matted for Washiimton. Hryan Tumulty met the Uesident on who and a ad the auaty mad and tha dispatches were eon- coaamuaioated and the journey tinned to the white house. Villa Does Not Expect War. Terreoa, April is. " do not be- lieve the Tamplco incident will result in war between the I tiited States and Mexico, " said Qeneral iiin. - i iaejht if the boiiibardnie.it of Tampico would be Biahml IBSXltU since Uuerta llle gaH) holds that port. Should war Oaaae," Villa said. American non lomhatants here could lely upon the same protection aa aonld M sjoagaj in the United States." Rebels to Attack Guaymas. Augua Pi Iota, Mext.'o, April 18. A message fregg Qaaatal ARarrgdai sa all preparations have he'ii made for a Baal attti. k on Hiiavinas by lO.ooO r. beta aboal April Id. U. S. Sentries Shoot Mexicans. Pas .. Texas. April li. - Individual Infra. I1..11 of the rules of the prlnoq aaaap at PhM BRea since the Tampico im ident. culminated last night in the aheotlng at tare f the Mexican redeni prisoners bv seini , . one will die. SUFFRAGETTES APPLY BRAND. Itelfast. April g The Helfast QSg p.u.it ion's t.-a rooms in the Uellevue 1 aniens were destroyed by tire toda.v. The damave is extensive. The MilK'a mty a suffrune arson suad was responsible.