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WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1914.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE FOUR Stic vfniumrt &cms Founded I SMI. Ihihlhthed l.y the MINING GAZETTE COMPANY. DAILY KXt'KI'T SINHAY. M w rOUNOS, 1 M LOM Kditor. Ihislnes Munajtcr Knure.l at tho I'osi (MM at v'alumel, Michigan. M Sc. .md iTao Mail Matter. TKl.Ki'H' ..NFS; HuslneSB office KdttorUl Kuoin 20M 4 TFKMS iK SFHSt'llll'TloN: ny Mali or Carrier. Per year, ! advance 1.1.00 ggj star (not In advance) Ml er month r0 Single issue 0& i,rnplalnts Ol iiTi-Milunty Hi deliv ery will receive prompt und thorough InveB'igntion. WEDNESDAY, MAY 13. 1914. SOCIALISTS AND THE FLAG. The nation. il commit tee Oi the Ctaltal pair. MMMll want Hie I'niled States t.i 140 war with Mexico It met in Chicago vcsi' i.la. an. I MM4 resolutions of protest What cite 1 he So, i.tlists about the hot,. ir of the American ttai;.' In the , v. in of war, how mam Socialists would la loiimi in tin raaka of tin nn 11 bearing arms lot ih.it Hag? The rc.l Oaf may be flaunted with impunity la tbix country. M why should the red :1a adherents pay any attention to ihe Tampno insult .' The presnleni is 1 oiilideiit hostilities in Me,o can he avoided, hut peace uuiM mine With honor and if it necessary to Bght, he will nol look to the Socialists for advice Or assist ance. Me will look to the millions w ho revere the stars and ( ri I ahove all otloi emblems. The person who attempts to make it appear tli.tt an insuli to the Ameri can flaf is a matter of little import an xhiblta In tin - A BM til .1 n ism. The Mexicans Were impressed by 1 he si.e of the mnb s landed at Vera 'l UZ. They w ill be "imp! -ss-.l" b) other s'ctions of the same mules If the) get within raagi SNEERS AND DUTY. "I aavaf was under tile hut 1 fancy that there are MOM thing! .lust as ha nl to do as to K" under tire. I fancy that it HI Just as hard to do your duty when men an sneeritiif at you as when they are i thiK at you. Preatdaal Wii- soti in his tribute to the marines ami sailors Rilled at Vela 1 'ruz. The president nee la courage eajnal to that exhibited by the brave boya who lost their lives .a Vera 'ruz. lie is . ompelb d to bear up under sneers whuh wound his heart, and proceed as his conscience dlctatea KJvary Bneer aimed at him finds its mark. while 111 tMUt I il a part at the bul lets Which are tired hit the enemy. Piaeldi ill aYiteoa baa btiea eaeerad at t,,r Ma Mexican policy, and ha hue felt the pain of it Just as anv man Ai.uiil ,i ho I, is :i heait and feels that f i I ourSe is the best. iUt it is to the prealdcnt'a credit, that, regardleea af hareh critlciaaa, he has set out to eee I . Meal an policy t broach to the end . lid, if possible, a war which would provi . ostix both in Uvea anil s will find a identif'il led pabHi pfoblema 1 1 is lursrer thati usual. THE COST OF WAR. We talh a K.e.,' OOal about the cost Of w.ir. but few of us realize whut it mi-unii till are are eon fronted by the actual Agurea. Ac ordini i an esi m.tte by the librarian of the war de partment, the wars in which the t'nit- 1'. states baa engaged from the raro bition to This rime . ..t the country In dollars expended for Riilitai and naval operation! a Brand total of ti 1. ;;, 1x2 The Civil war alone cead us over ten billion, and thai ratimate doe not ite huh- the proper t) and sla"'e bieaeg of the south nor the penaiona paid sin. e the eon fl let, The List Mcxi i'iiii war cost ns 1 1 iiii.iiini.iiiei ,,i,i the Hpaaieh war 1343,19 MK) The com in life, in Borrow, in the deatructlon of Is Coming Poor dear Father probably thinks that few things come his way that is, outside of the bibs. However, we know of at least one good thing that's right in hi way and if he doesn't hurry, he's gomg to mitt it. May, 1914 won't last forever. "Well, what hat that to do with Pater . you tay. Incline your ear this way. old chap. Coal is down. 'Way 'way down and now n the time to buy your winter's supply. Take a little tip from US Father. The M. Van Orden COMPANY Houghton Laurium Father's Day chule.1 la mere tabulations. Hut the country feels it In its Impaired vitality ..nil ,n the deeper shadows which are thrown upon thousand of lives. For ever) reason we may well hope that we shall not he .ailed upon to run up another Mead) and costly hill In Mexico. d-fr The . It mediators will PtOfM that I provisional government he set up in Mexico, with both the Mneria .ni Carta fiaa fhctloaa renroaonted. But the plan won'i work for the simple paaaaaj thai the rebels win naf aaaeal it Th v will continue to insist that ih.- R aefta party be eliminate. I And iiir. have good giniiada far assuming titch an brbitrurj position. Ttanj have defeated Kaarta ai ever) turn ami an now in sinht of their gagi Their ulfi lliale success is assured. It Ik plain aaa Hani the atadlatora will have t And another way ant ol the dtfaValty, NEWSPAPER COMPETITION. Re ferrate '" Ihe roceart elimination of daily pap. is in ouch aaotropoHtaa cities as Chioaso, Denver, Baa aynacteeaaad Noa 'uieans. the t . . 1 1 1 1 tt Haaaii ar tiiii-s iriat tne reason uj noi auBviie'r to be fmtad in taa alleajad "haajhar oam of nea'apapar hVtaaj;M it sas that a bia fa tor In connection with tins ques- lion is andOllhtadl) the development of str.mver and better dally papers .11 many of the smaller .ities thereby furnlahlnaj new element of raaapetl- lion for thu metropolitan dailies to contend with. Formeriv. ooaMaanta the fhrtihnan Northwestern, the lug papera hel.l lett.iin advantaKes. thonuh their strength ol oraaniaation and laraaj H nancial bachtnaj; and thaj paahad I heir Ircutatloa HbhiihIiubI aartwtindlni territory, onea to a auwaaeo or m miles and more Their nioii. v enabled theni to employ a la ws eahel inK serv ¬ ice thai was Quite beyond the reach ol the avetaaje small city daily, and thai also utilized laraja and aapanalve forcej of aolidtora, wh nataatly "worked" the sections and st. ites ti ibutarv to the cities Where they were published. Within the but dacade Of aO, how ever, there has been a notable improve ment and devetopaneat aaaom many if the small city papers. Many o them have Improved 'la ir news service hv joininn the Assoi iate,i press and other troni aewa lathetina onptadaationa, and thej also have paid much attention to strenaihenitv; their local forcea, their circulation s. rv ice and their mechanical equlpmenta, thus onabltnii them to turn out much better papers and to do it more expedltkiualy. Time .1 K'cat factor hi the distribution or daily papers, and when the people of small City, and the residents of the sui - roundlni country, Hnd that their local paper la ovinia them the same taiaaj raphlc n.-ws as is uaed la the metro politan daily, ami in addition is usiuK dlanotchea six. or len hours later, ami t heref ore fresher." tho local paper naturally icta the preference. And still .mother reason for this preference for the b al daily is the fact that the latter carries the local news of Inter st, wiic b ot couraa la not to bo found in tin- metropolitan dail) . it (a therefore apt atraaaja thai tha metropolitan dailies are Rndini it In . rraalnjiy hard to keep up the biK cir illation so oeceaaary to their exist ence. So one hears these davs of new metropolitan dailies being started, a bile, on the other hand, their numb. 1 la ateadtly det roaalng. Ami to a can Mlderahle extent the name thina is true of the smaller 1 ities. far hnra also it ,s laed thai one good paper is far preferable to two or more poor onon and where .1 (halted tieid is upied iv several weak ami Btrucalinf papem it becomei merely a aueattoa of the wr v Ival of the fittest. The Panama railroad is owned by the L'nited States invetamanl. and it paya The ratea barajad are live times .i- blfh as the rates sanctioned by the Interstate 1 ammareo Oawilaalon In 11 ol the United states. Huerta is ruahlni troops to Mexico City. IP doesn't intend to be Ma derofd without making u linht. AUSTRIA STOPPING EMIGRATION. Austria has taken a drastic method of beeping -' young men at home for serv ice n the army, remarks the Fvcn- Ina Wisconsin Fader thjMwviaions of a lately Issued ministerial decree the ptivileae of emismtlna la daaiad to men under the aaja of thirtyfaur, fta man below thai BSO will be permit te 1 to 1 ram lib frontier unless he can iro- duce a passport, and the local author ities have received strict instructions to issue such papers only to applicants v ho Can prove that they have perfollll- ed their military service, including tha full term In the reserve, and have paaatd mt.. the Lanteturm, the last line oi reserves for noma defense. Tins means twelve yean of serv ice for the . rage ma le a ustrtan The enforcement of this rule will in votva hardship, especially la the evar crowded portions ef tha empire. Qnii 11. tor instance, is one ol the moM densely populated lands In Furope. with its laixe peasant population ekim; out the barest aubaiateaco on barren "if The country being too poor to .support this population, thousands .,f pt , inta every vear k to work on the !""' 'aim o Saxony ami the corn lit. 'i- ot Oermaay, while other thou sands ranne as far afield as the United htati 1 and 1 anad 1 Cut y trj fall the laborers return to then- homes from dermaa and In the 1 rs- of a few years many ulso return from America to th.-ir native land All have money With which they huy stock ami when- i 1 r poaaihta land la fact, there are now districts m naici.i where the soil ft o in. iiiy aanaiaaj out of the hands or the great land proprietors into the pa Naaioa of paaaanta, The mlnluterljal ai roe thrantana to cause an enormous amount ..1 unnaceaaary auaTartng mid hardship, Coining at this time it is es- Hi severe, as the w hob- monarchy tanning under the heavy depression in trade and industry consequent on the recent war crisis, rialantleaa military poBcioa impose honv3 bardeaa upon andtoitni hu manii v. PRESS IS HONEST WITH THE PUBLIC Oswald G. Vlllard of New York Post Answers Unfair Criticism Lawrence Kansas, Mav Ft. (tBWltld . NVillar!. of the New York Fveninc Ft.st. a.ldi-ssel odu tho Kansas rfewanapm Canfaranaa al tha Unlvar sil y of Kansas. He deall pa rt h ula .1' with the atlasgUana tagging from gnaitaa ar anathar to the ggTaci thai newspapers and news aaencn'S sup pressed news. If one could believe all thai one heard." he said, a true ph tur.- af tha heods of the press would poiliav theiu lierpofalti aohlM tha areas arrana- inf some plot r other. Men who gcanl wholesale c.nspir.o ns ill Othef indi viduals usually wind up in the oi.sei vatioti wards af our hospitals. but your next-door neighbor is privileged to helievo in day and niKlii COB apifnrlaa of tha press without fear of having ti sanitv .piestioii. Indeed ha geaj be exalted b) his aottht. Mai - we hear of agreements umotm news papers to Ignore this h..pKning. 10 uppress that an,1, t villlfv ti . that defender of the rights af the peo ple, la New York it. so deep are the lefts between the various rtearagatpera that you could never orihk get ihe-.r hea.Ls to sit down BfWMBd B much less break bread together. "Although the law has t-omtx'Ked us f the metropolitan prenn t.. print the names of all the sPh kholdl r and bondholders for g year pas: '. Burpriae me to read an artida la urrent magasine by a distinguished Itlaea of Indiana to the tfTect th"t newspapers ought to be compelled tell the influences behind them. I have so often heard ibis ruakOT thai 1 have mortgaged myaell to Wall Btraat, with tha name and address of the hanker that I am surprised at nothing. Mot if he should throw his private books pen tu a Hristow r a La PbNette, ould a New York editor hope to down this entertaining fiction. Ha would nlv h'-ar that his hooks were doctored, r that he was biding bohlad Boaaebody elae'g skirts. ..r that it was the point f view of the men he associated wi ti that really did the mischief' so dis- . redited are newspaper managers with ertaln sections of tha people ami ear- tain 'Toss- Veiv cross - sections ot I lie politicians. Attacks on Associated Press. "If von think l exaggerate, please bear In mind the bitter attacks ..n The Vsso. iated ft" BPS tha present winter has wltneased. It has i n assailed as i monopoly, ami n one forum after mother attacked as an otgaaiaed n ajtiaacy t eupprem every happening that affecte Progreaa and Radicalism With a capital P and K. So. iiilisl ., la bor men ami I 'roniessi v es alike de nounce it, because it .lues not "carrj their propaganda. Nenroes iriticise il in-caii.se i briaaja ut ol tha South news only of their crimes, and nev . of their honorable achievement a, Sanaa r'ongreaaaeeg never fail to aerate II when their other bobbles gee for tha moment exhausted. r 'urioiisiv aaoujghi tha bona Ada malefactors of I real wealth equally denounce h aa an aaaochttian controlF ed by tha mob and, therefore, fearing to tell the truth about t hem. At least iMa was the gat aes offered by a bribe (Ivor who thought in- was buying some New York newspapers for a Trust; he merely Wished to set lire Justice for IPs client, to net their side of a famous i aae Into print -aU ibis when tha otlM r snle to the controversy was prOteatlMI that The Aaaociated Pregg was belmi sold oul to the Truat. With The Ass i ciatad Praaa it la truly g case of being damned If you do and damned If ymi don't, it is berated hy Cathoiica for being aubaidiaed by Proteatanta al tin- moment that anti CathoMcg are sure that tiny have convincing proof that the head ai The Associated fie s drawi a poet office order for Mg,7l i month from the Pope in Home. "Nil amount 01 iteration seems to make anybody understand that If there Ota defects in The Associated Fress, the taull lien with the H!C newspape s which comprise its membership; thai il is a co-operative Ofga ni.at ion, w he h makes in. manay profit a, and i;. Arguaeyed in that each nawauapar la watching the service, ready lo make the telephone balls tingle M a banana in is overlooked or anvthlnn imptoper is put over Ihe wires: that there are hundreds of honest newspaper men in The Associated Press who would as soon sell their wives and children as to knowinglv let anyone use the ser. Ice to grind an axe ..r feather his Beat. Hat Faith ,n the A. P. It all avails not, the nnswet is: You .an tell h the trend of it that It Is i apitalistic as if there were Bad every shade of opinion n The Asso elated Fress. Its very president is, I am told, a Socialist, at least in theory hut of what use is that'.' Fverv man With a propaganda to further is nitp vinced, if his copy is rejected ba .ins,, it in argument or aaaertion, and not news, that he has lilted against th" '"tie wail "f corrupt wealth i person allv have examined one mare's nest lifter another oiilv to find that each , i . due to ignorance of the technique of tin- profession or of the facta Moat o l hem WOUld never have heen h-all of had the BUSffiCiOUa ones gone lo headquartera to inspect tha records. ! is only in the tenth or one - hu ml red l h . , b that I have found that there WCS a genuine error. Anwl It noes wlthou Baying thai I have el to learn of a constructive suggestion hu to som - Ihillg better to lake the place of The Associated Press" Cat fjgntrl hTada. st. r Pottavllk Pa nana an war veteran, would lila to no lo war iimilii in spite ot his ac Koni o in I'H -' exported products val ued at $i i. :.;. -..;!: Lady Londonderry an Ardent Backer of Ulster Unionists gdv . a ' a aaaw 0 DU1I RUMOR dragfjfd a woman Into the case when several Fritlsb uruiv aAcera resigned rather than be placed la the position af tiht lag l ister Uulonlata la prder to preserve peace in tha garth of Ira land, she was Lady Londonderry, wboaa bus' tad is one af tha rich est bm kara of tha Unlonlal volunteers. Lady LoBdoadarrj, according to re port, used tha influence of bar position ami her personality to gygg the oBcera to iuit the grmy rather than obey ordera. sin- bj kuowa to be a nana aup- liorter of the antl lioine rata cause. House ot Gammons Will Pass Home Rule Measure This Month Third Time Same Action Will Be Taken on Welsh Disestablishment and Both Bills Will Become Laws Despite Lords. London, Mav I :', This month pmb ibly will see the pllBllllgO through the House of Commoiis nl fliree rreal con troversial measures, ttnnn' Kuic lor Ireland, disesiablislimebi of ihe Welsh Church and the abolittaa of plural vot- The Ural two will have been passed for the third time under the Parliament Act, ilftd ti" matter what the House of Lord do Willi them Hi I Will become law. The plural Voting bill still has another time i pat -through the Hons.. ..t Common, f course the area test Interest m taken g the Home 1J11I0 bill Then has been much tall of compromise and settlement bv consent, but tin- heal . formed opinion of the BOWtrj ia that nothing in this dire Urn will be done in the House of Commona, and unj set tbinent must be reached when the bill is before the For. is. The Nationalist.', and Water Union ists have state, i their demands pii;e plainly and there -."ins BO room for ompmntlaa between them. The a tionalhrta have agreed to tha temnorn ry exclusion of iTleter from the opera tlon r the bin. while the ITIatermen daaannd permanent exualaion. Neither Side apparently will recede, although Nationalists have he.n heard Ifl BU that perhaps there will be a little mori n re salon ta "nave tha face af th Fta tar leaders: but no emclualon." it was thought Mr. lialfour, who know. his Ireland well, would be the man t find common ground on which the np poalng leaders could meet but hi. peech at the 1 1 v le I 'a 'k .bnionsli..- tion, In which he spoke agalnel eom- promise, ha i ruled him out, and now it is for the Lords to Hnd Ihe way out if the question is to be settled by con sent. Federal System Is Opposed. Three has been talk "f a I'eder i Byi torn for the a hole "i the llnltei Kinedom. and it has been BUg i It thai Flsler should he excluded Ho , the Home Fllle I. Ill until HUM svsieu Is Inatgjainli il when Bhe ouM choiw the slate Which she would Join, T c federal nyetem, h'lwevet haa gaanj In fluent lal oiponeut::, .imiis for I 1: ter 1 raises another dlfaV uliv. Many of lh great Bejfasl merchnnlB do the hulU their bhaineas with the people of Ihi south anil wesl ,,f lie kind. These m i chants are opposed to Home Rule bit sav If Home It iil- inn-it i iinn1 ihe .1 not w am t heir pt "V ihee bwoluded 'I h I, ankers Oi ' Hast lake t B Here Is the opinion of a aealtb) lb 1 fast bdgtneaaman: Hlr Kdward 'arson's demand f. I I implete a ml i.ncomlil kono I ' X elusion of I 'Ister ni . 1 n-.i 1 rionsly. We nil know thai the Nation llllsts gfOUld neve, Hunk of lieeeptlni such a proposal. We anow Multe n well that li w mild In lmpra 1 " 1 .ull,U nniilrf 1... ,., 1. ..I V,. I m u I "'Il Pet I. 1 'It Mi BjjfdH hi -aVl iv the Intereata ol tnia province are bound on with those of the rest of lr - 1 1 m "i,, ,,,, idp bouse are aJanoat continually in tiie Routh and W.-i. Within I be past week we have received orders for noa aeaaon'a k la from i mi.. Lime lick. I'lonmel, Roecrea, and She, i reaching W,ag0, A very altghl curtail men! of Bitch a trade would mean ail the dliferenoa between a good atoftl and ii lose, leading to Itankruptc) . The You to inspect the new Hotpoint electric stove -El Glostovo-on sale at our office. This week only $2.50 After this week $5.00 We would also like to have you see the many other electrical conveniences which make life easier and pleasanter. Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 3 to 5 P. M. at our office on 6th street we will serve coffee and toast-made the electric 'way. Won't you step in? CALUMET (people of the south and west are gre It . onsumers. 1 should think that the vol ume of business between the Nation alist purls of the coiiniry and g Ifast alone has iuadrupk'd within the la-i iifteen vcars. QnRo apart tram po0 u s the hliternesB that would Inav ltal.lv arise were 1'lstnr or anv pari f Il cut Off ttont Ireland would result in the .lest riicl Ion of the Mggjagl g I re houses we have in a .ear. Of eonrae, I should vole against a Home Unie eaadidate, bU) I should vote and can vass aeallist thy separation of I'lsl.l. anil especially of Itelfast. I loin Ireland for a moment " Anant Plural Voting. Now thai ihe government has gft weathered tha 1 rlala aver tha refusal ol oflb eis to serve ggJglMi the Flstei vol unteera' Liberal ggambara af Parlla- men! have returned to their old de mand that there shall be no general election until the bill to abolish plural Voting IWl become law This bill wis pass.-, 1 through the Houae of Commons last year for the iirst ttgae but was piompilv thrown out by the I. or Is. it is being introduced for the second time tins year, and If tha Lorda repeal their aclioii of la.t year, it will have 10 be passed ill a third session to be. olile law in spite their v etOa Of i ouraa ii tha Fnioniata agree .t the bMI kii through this ear the Liberals w ill conaoal to a general elec tion, but otherwise the rank and Rle Of the parly and the l.aborites us well, Will light lo the lasl to prevent an ap peal to the electors until they are sure that they go mt have to light with the advantage of the plural voter, who in the mind of everv I. literal must he a Unionist. An Irish Nationalist leader, who pro bah!) knows the minds of tha I back bench Liberal as well as anv man I in ihe House of Commona, said re cently : "The only posalblilt) of a general election is (hat the I 'lionlsls Rnd some wav of turning the govern men) nut They thOUghl tha) would do it ov er Hi. Utetar queetJon, bol thai having been turned to the advaatage of the Kovern men) by the crj 'Army agaliuH t'se people' they Will UOl have to look to some other manna of defeating Ifr, a -qulth'a government." THIS DATE IN HISTORY." HiTl The Ffudaon Hay conipanv was chartered by CThartaa II, 1717 .Maria Theresa, the famous em press of Austria, born 111 Vienna Hied I hele. Nov. '.'W. t 7 Nil. 1711 Benedict Arnold became .0111- 111. unlet' of the Rrithlh forces in Virginia. ; mi" Vienna was captured for the at road time in the Preach under Napoleon. isiT Tin Pennaylvanla Society for Promotion of Public ncoaomy was formed iii Philadelphia, 1 Wi Several factories in Massachu- seits shut down becauae of a demand for higher augea by their employes. IX II The Sicilians declared them selves Independent of Naples. IX,:: Sevellly-live lives losl ill Ihe Dmmmond colliery diaaater in Nova Scotia. 1 ST t RmpeTOr Alexander II of FlIS sia arrived in RnXjiand OB B visit to Queen Victoria. 1x77 ghlkhum Kaleh. a Uussian poll on the Blaoh Bea, was captured by a Turkish squadron. Are Invited HOUGHTON COUNTY ELECTRIC LIGHT CO. HOUGHTON RAILROAD FEAT OF ENGINEERING Mexican Road Considered Tri umph of Railway Construction Vera Cant May IS, The , railway, nonaerilng the mjdtal win, Vara Fran, us greatest uagpart, was one ot the llrst of the mountain climb ers ami for years was thn .- one ..1 much descriptive ailtlgg and lechnli 1 dua ussion by ewgineera Although such rnnat auction is . m gumfdnca aowi Bftj v"eais ago it .,. , daring exploit, and this was, porhaii the most expensive work of the ki ,, ever andertaken. its eoai was em 1 - Minus, hill II considerable portion of th,. expenditure was not legitimate The work was interrupted frequeni by revolutions and tinaiulal ilitlj, M ties, and thai, of course, added to tho ost. it is. however, nhe of the mo 1 profitable railway! in Mexico, The roadbed is of the same solid son th' l tie funis in Filmland, with baav) rail laid upon steel ties and ballasted with as much care as is usually taken in building the walls of a house Always Source of Interest. Although the Bnghseering feei ban heen Imitated many times, an, 1 even surpassed, in the Hocky mountain! ni l the Andes, the Mexican road ranks v ery hit; h and can nev er lose it ; interest from a technical siaudpoin'. lis scenic attraction are uaaurpaased in Mexico, ami are equaled bv few rail ways Ob either hemisphere. From Cordoba, an Ideal ot tiopiftl cities, the track runs through CO, ' plantations, fields of aiwiarr cane, groves of oranges, gardens of raanaoan pine apples ami forests of palm, palmetto am! bananas, BUM .limbs gradually 11:1 the mountains until it reaches the ell of rhriaahOi one of tne most enterprl ing ami Igapurtani In the republic, hIi ting al I he I .ase oi the eatinci volcanu nt 1 he same name. Wonderful Scenery. Par thiit.v or fort) miles beyond frl aba the scenery is sublime. The U'a '1 .limbs to an altitude ef s. :::::: tv i, throuajh canyons, tunnels and lo c shelves wllidl have heen chiseled in the Roch) mountain sides. One gOOS lip 4 . 1 ihi feet in twenty-nine miles, reach Ing the summit and the grand divide at a a Iter tank called BOC! del Mont.. from which is one af the grandest spi.ta les thai can be seen in all the linlv el se. The pi' tnre mav be likened to one nf ihe toy villages, thai are Bold in tic shops of Hwitaetaand, a level vallev, f.ggg le. i below, being covered with miniature farma ami villa gea. groves ami nrcharda, ami quaint adobe hou with roots or red 1 lie. it .1 . t. 1 . f. Wh and R. w J, Nail, of McfVinougn. I ia.. ail pasi la, aai i 1 1 h: on" h I be 1 ' i v i I w ar In t he mhte regiaeeni la tha confederate s. i. in. I came out uninjured, They ale .ill neighboring farmers and active still. Harry Scot I has just returned to Hu home in Shelby v i I If. In. I., he left vears ago, to Had his wife twice 11 man led In his absence. LAKE LINDEN