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(Tnlumrt MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE WEATHER. Increasing cloudiness followed by ihowtri late tornght or Sunday. Warmer tonight. VOL. XXIII. CALUMET, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 23, 1914. NUMBER 185 OFFICERS RAID HEADQUARTERS OF MILITANTS Police Required Outside of London Office to Save Women From Hostile Crowd PICTURE OF KING DAMAGED In Glasgow Attempt Is Made to Destroy Aqueduct Carrying the City's Water i. i.n, May H -The police iiiis nftergoon raided t 1 - bsadquarteri ol the Woman'! noctal and1 Political on Ion militant nrganlratlmii They took possession Of ll Mice : 1 1 1 de tained at) the oienebera ol the stag on dUt& After thoroughly ranaooMnc the ins the police hi all llw otthinls fa except OM arnmnn. There tpus oo distujhancn Inalde the luiiidinu. A larae force ol patiee protected the wo men trow 11 hostile crowd outaide, Two suffragettes book t - trlaas nf nn exhibit in the mummy room "i the liiltish museum. There wns no domoMe In ilu' exhibits. Both women wore xr- ted, Attempt to De'tfoy AgOOdtl t, Glaaaatm Bootlond, Mo) 8. The failure of fuse sort) todn) saved m aqueduct which curries half of Ghta ; row's water snoot) from Loch Katrine. ). miles away. A wntchntng noticed freshly lurngd porth of dtorovered two powerful bombs ami half burned ruse, in the iinii ;i woman was found wi'ii : "OfidluuR eontuiulng two l row phi ami it algngrd ptailng I he da Rt ruction was a prpteel nr.ainst the treatment of Mrs. Pankhurut. Slashes King's Picture. p 'nn- of Ring Oeerne V., by Lo", prj in 'ho royal lipottisb scademy. was horned by :t ssdtrugette this ofter i n. she smashed tin- (bun of I he plStH Willi a tvilohet Mini made R f ish Movent Inchon loop in the oon vat, she was arrsotcd. ART STUDENT ADMITS HE SHOT AND HODDED WOMAN riuioMn naiy. May M PhHro Ros si, iiucJ Mi an oft student, at rested today, confessed that in- ohol nod robbed Mrs. Mary Fmveiie, of Chica go, Ho said: I hail gambits away almost .ill the money i p Minolta1 ami started on my nay bonne to Monte Putoiono, t m form m famil) of my predloomont nn t ho train i saw nn oi.i lady, who - ipoioptly nlropd) and mm tool In tin- grave anil tO whom Wealth euUld nut iman MtUOh I attacked Bar, I wou'd not have trieil to kill ROT if she hod not anrontned when i grasped her valise. I linn loot my k ronOOM ami fired." ThP condition of Mrs. flnvclle WO Improved todayi MONTANA WILL CELEBRATE. Fiftieth Anniversary as a State W Be Observed. (Irani Kails. Mont., liny It will in- hfty yenn tomorrow since Ongrasa passed an ait rraatlni the tatnlorj of Moniana. Tho semi-centennial is to in- maim the scansion for a stute-wMe celebration which will i..- held bare in Annum. At the same time, th silver Jubilee of Montana as a si at " will DC eelel. rated. Tile plans for I he celetom Hon BH already well advanced, li i i Kpeeted thai Praaidonl Wilson or n member of his cabinet will nttend. Jamaa J. inn and others who hove had a prominent pari In the develop ment of Moniana will be among the npenhoi s, GREAT BRITAIN'S POLO CHALLENGERS SAIL FOR U. S. London. May N carrying wlththam the j-ood Wishes of all follow el's of I lie spori in Bnglund, tho Rrittoh ehaleng ere fOf tho International POM CMP Ball ed today on the Cannon to for New forh. The flip matches ale sched uled tO bO played on the MeadoW- bruoV club grounds the second week of June, The memiiers of tho British h mi n e t 'apiain Leslie St. i '. 1 TtOOpe, Captain n. Homklnoon, Major J. T D Dtnghanv Major P. w. flam I and Major Matthew Umnowe. Banvt wim borno is in charge as manager. VOTE WILL BE TAKEN ON FREE TOLLS REPEAL MAY 28 Wnshiimion. !. f Ma r.iii' Mndari in the Senate wore con fident hurt night that l he Panama canal tollx exemption ppphal bill and IkO ahritratloa nmondments will be dia Pooed oi gnal week. & angar Kam, leader of I ho ma lor hj lid vote would be i iken Maj s i -i ortly afterward . and added Hi the rt pgul hill would be poi "ed l,v 1 majorttj Of at leant 10. v JAPANESE-AMERICAN ARBITRATION TREATY RATIFIED BY JAPAN. Tokio, May m Tho .fnpun-eHe-Ainei ii an arbltratkip m aty ban be n ratified by Jnpnh. h was ratlffod by the tThlted si nes in february last, it pit dime tho government tg ar bitrate ail Quest tone, excepting ticse aJfettlng vital interoat, Independence or national honor and thf I IghtH of thlA portKM. NEW LIGHTSHIP LOST; CREW OF 25 IS DROWNED Craft Founders en Way From Scotland to Halifax Halifax, S, s.. Mn) 3. Tho loss ol the new Uxhtahlp, No. B, Ith all of its twenty,-live men aboard, was in.li cated today i !! dineevory of wreck age and three bodies no ir LJOPOfttt), one hundred milea spat of here. The lightship was on the Way to thia port from Rent lain d, where ii woe ianlt. All - of i he i i nn i are DeilO ed tn have been Bootchhroen, engaged bj the builders to navigate the venae! acroaa the ttta'nttc. Port EiOTun, Mich.. ,Ma L'::. Tiie teamer v. 11. (Mbert, owned i the Pittsbura Bteamehlp company, mtiih as i he reahil of a coll lab m with the teamer "alder. i p i l" miles in low Thunder Bay latnnd in Lake Huron. The veahebi came togother In honvj foK-. Captain tu impinge nf the iiii bert succeeded in gPttini all of his crew on beard tho Caidera before the QUoeii wt'in down. The) aero landed here tonight. The Gilbert was unbound with coal. The Gilbert is steel ste. unship of ',s.'a moss ions, x foot knag Five Drowned at Hoboken. I loin, ken. . J Ma) 29, The OteamMllIp I le, lei I, k S ill of the ftcandlnafr bin -American line wnaahont to start on her voyage oxer aea yea tenia whew s pang phaaai botoreon her main deck and the pier brake without warning i a secnw or mora ! p raono hnrrytag across. Men, woman and children, vlnltors retornina b shore, and several paseenRiTs were precipated Into the Hudson river. . lew others fell hack onto ih" pier and were hurl. The list of Stilus contains two known, drowned, n child missinu', and bfOJeved to be drowhed, two other per sons miaaing and at N asi ton Buffering from injuries or aubmeraion. WEDDING IN CAPITAL SOCIETY. Whahlngton D. ". May If. Capital society, naniculaH) ihe congreaalonal set. is Interoat ed In ihe coming wed ding of Miss Sybil s.oti. daughter of Repreeentatvc and MVa (Jeorge C, Boott oi Iowa and Mr, Dale Moore of St. I'aul. The Wedding is fixed for next Monday evening, Mlaa Mary PVade and Mr. William I!. Mel all will al- tond i he , ouple, I lend the couple. Cor.tir.utci on Oth Pace, 3rd Column. Continued or Bth Page, 2nd Column. NEXT ON THE ELIMINATION PROGRAM TWELVE NEW CARDINALS ARE TO RE CREATED a Consistory Ceremonies Will Be gin Monday in Rome and Last Most of Week MANY VISITORS IN THE CITY Three American Churchmen, Gib bons, Farley and O'Connell, Will Participate Rome, Ma) 2 rang -looked -for i -'. e i .i rilinnli Rtornnl la i m i oil"!; Ii r , w h Btp io be c rent t i, i reatly ast Ir o er i h even,! and !h lavlably decorated In h n of the occaeinn. Nut Iti ceitturb has a I'onaiatory attracied so mi l: outside ,i,iei -i us the pyeaepl one offing io tle lame numher of Card In -to lie i rented, and t Be carem nli Which will be In Monday and continue through the gnattO' pori : in pparaiiu io la amotig the unci imp" im; in i he lilaioi nf t he chdl 'i The ell y i. o . i run With vlaltoi from ill v.-r thit coptment, and bun dredn if Americnji tourbitM bavg m ranKed i lo ir itine'rariea an as to be Ir, Rome the coming week. Thane from the United Ktatea deaire to witnOga 1 1 eeremonJoo, or that portion open to th public, in which three nf their count r; -men Cardinals Glbbona, I'ariey and O'Connell will lake part. iiu n.; Ihe visitors arc many Canadians, mostl) clent)', who arc attracted to tho con -fator) by the fact that among those io he created princes af the eborch i one t 1 heli number 1 ha Moat Rt Loins Na.aue Begin, arehbiahop 'I Quebec. Two Distinct Ceremonies. Two distinct ccren lea will be pe formed v. in n the new Cardinals re ceive their Itraignta of office, The first will he at the consistory, to be? held Monday, when the Cardinals are ta be formal! created and receive the red hat fTom I he hand:: Of Ihe POpt, At this 1 roraony the Pdpe n II ask the opinion "f the Si red ('olleg ncern- Ing ihe newt) named and will thin auiemnly proclaim them Cavdlnala In the name of tho Holy Catholic church. The se and ceremon) at Si. Peter Cathedral wMI eojual 11 not surpass t ti in. 1 in pornp and aplendor, it will oonaiel of 'h- Imposition at the red blretto ami auchetto, Itefore the be stowal, however, there Will be a grand procession of prelates and arieets and an batpooing mass ill tie1 pi'SBBII s nf the Pope, Tin- creation of aa man) Cardinal at one time, though made nrrrnnnr) by deaths In the Peered College, is ex traordinary; and has been duplicated ii- suiv.is.wrd only Mice In modern times, still more remarkable feature f a ttpdjttatttf p p f : SEVERAL THOUSAND v MICHIGAN CITIZENS v CHAMPION DR. COOK, v I Washington. May :.. A pit- ! ! itiou signed b Heveral thou- ! v i ind citUMCta of Ml hi an, ask- ! iiiac Congmau to r t-m.e Dr. ! i 'unk aa the discoverer of tho North POMi was prvsetlted to the Senate by Senator William v Alden Smith i ila. Tin- shorn- ! rues are those of lower ponin- v V sula people. 4 APPEAL WOULD ADD YEAR TO BECKERS LIFE Counsel Will Make Every Effort to Save Convicted Man Nee. York, Ma 23, Charles Beckefi Iwlee InstlKatliiM thn murder are preparing to nppeal I'ounsel for 1 Icted tor 1 Ro oen thai, the conn of appeala. An appeal would stay his execution for more than a year. Becker was found ruIUj late yea ierda afternoon for tin second time of Instigating the murder of Herman Rosenthal, a (gambler, who was shot early iii morning o l Jut) in. 112, 1 c ker, mi. , a imllce lieutenant, vh 1 1 1 nd Rullty of murder in tho llrst dearec. The ajbarahmeni is death In Ihe electric chair. The four Rim men who shot Rosenthal were recently ex ecuted. The Jury vestcrday decided that 1 in- gua nn n were Beckbr's Pfg ids. The jur raachOd 1 verdict In four hours and four HKlnules, Flve ballots decided Heegefa fai. . Hacker's epooael announced that he would appeal and naim d a week's la for ia, prepanatiop oi ins future1 cam paign, l 1 ker and hi wife were talking Bhortl) lefors : afrln k in a room ad- J log the sheriff's 11 Hci when an attendant announced that ihe jury bad reached a verdict. Mrs Becker was tad permitted to ac ompany her hue band, When the gaoap ki tho epmi had found sens the jury filed alloPHj In with I'm eman r. M. imgeden at their head. KOCkvr, Hi the room llVer lead, was .'-lill tn I k in - to his wife when . 1 ast Ice tfoabur) 1 1 w .1 -1 m ni t or t he kb se, Ills w ife s 1 "It's all right," v. orn . 1 bos 'II frei k his seal. A baP'fl defends ni . !:' ki r he I' ft her. he (old her. don'l me." Becker Much Affected. Backer wolked btiakl) through ihe raugtrooM to 1 he rail, Cerk i' nns asked the far) to Hoe, I'm, -man." he asked, "have you reached t rwdlct?1 Biaadew, a youngtek. man. brushed his eyes with ;i handkerchief ahead'. damp. "We bOVe," !.e sahl SOflly, "We hud the o fem. .mi " ii,. henftatod a moment ami nued in a whiaper: Wo iimi thia ilefendnm guilty ag charged in the indictment; guilty of murder in the Hi dagreo." Bejckers face waa gray as he grip- CALUMET MAN TO CORDON R. CAMPBELL. Very Eminent Deputy Grand Commander of the Kniyhts Templar of Michi gan, who will be advanced in June to Right Eminent Grand Commander, the hiphasl Knights Templar office in this state. Gordon it. Campbell of Calumet, vcr eminent deputy grand comman der of the Knighta Templar of Michi gan, Who Will be advanced to tin oACt of eminent grand comma tulir at lib state conclava to be held in Lansing Juno .!, :: and 4. will shir - with Cunt I',. mucin lor Choriee Graham IhS honoi of h. inK the yoonxeat in hi who has held that high office in Mlrtitgao, Paai Cormnandnr cfrohom wos 13 ypnm of ngO when he was elevated t lies p sit mil. iiiis, also being Mr tampbell'i Mr. Campbell was lorn In Ontario, ami has boPfl a resident of Michigan sin, tsl'L'. iie wax graduaMd from the llntvefaH) of Michigan taw school in ism ami practbued law for 1 num bar of years In thia stale 11,. has boon secretary and .1 member of the board of due- lots ,.t tho Calumet and Artsn mi Mining company almost since .t eras orgaoised and Is one of northern Michigan's moat representative busi ness men. Mr, Campbell waa a mew- bar of th nvention which revised Michigan's constitution in r.'"7. YOUNG AERONAUT LOSES HIS LIFE Youth Is Drowned When Balloon! Falls into the Mississippi Alton, ills.. Ma) 18. Robert Cowan, aged eighteen, an aeronaut, was drowned In tho Mississippi ami sven- Iiik when s ballon in Which ho was soaring dropped lata the sinam A large CTOWd Of men and Women, who st I on the Mulls, wiinessrd the accident, Cowan Payer made an as 1 -ensiim until last Wednesday and it had i n arranged that when the iai- 1 1 was at a height M SOOU! live hundred feet, Cowans foster tat her, an Mperfoncod pnrajchvta jumper, who remained an 1 1 . (round, was to (ire a revolver as .i signal for the youth to 1 ut 1 sj t in p iraehute and di scend The revolver failed to work gnd and a policeman tired his n volxet. 1ml gp- parentl) ihe signal was not in aid, or th,- aeronaut was afraid 10 not loose. a pparantiy 1 be ai ronoui w sa I rg inu Io find on Maple island, bul 1 he wind 1 1 1 ed and In- missed ihe Island The balloon begem pa ouHspne, As it struck tin- surface of the srater it spread out and settled over the band of the aeronaut who still ctnng io the Impose, The .1 ensV n was one of the attractions of the carnival at Ihe l,o - g 1 0,1,1 of Moose, FORTY-NINE ARE SERIOOSLY HURT IN CHICAGO FIRE Chicago, Ma) 2 Paghteen APaaaog are in hospltala today suffer lag SOff mis mjMries from lire and eXglOOtaBUI estei'da.N which destioNed a tmildina occupied b) the saloon of l.oltls Uar.- -, 1 1 aad brother, ftldi 1 maw frank ia..ola. Six other persona were burl b Sytng ghuni Hi a hrsaaan ami nineteen rltisens are under the cue of pb)slclans at their homes. 4 f the forty-nine seriously Injured, three Firemen Bouchard, Hopp and Moran tlliil die. BE HIGHLY HONORED s Mr, Campbell was raised In s. Waul Lodge No, S3, t i A M . of Marine 'iiy. Mn h.. in is'u; and was admitted to Calumet Lodge No. Ti in ag naaf to iiate of the Temple Chapter, it. a. M. ill Ihe same year. He I ame a barter iiu-mh. r of 1 "a lum.-t I'hapter, u. a M, in Mag ami served as hih prk st , t thia urdi r in tut'i. In lo. V.r. Cam'pliell became a member of Montroae Cotnaaamdery, No, K. T. and served as the 1 imanander yg com mander from IMM to 1908. lie became uiatui wnrder of the grnnd i mama m dar) in ippf and has advanced y urfa since thai Umo, Mr. Campbell reoafvi d t he thfrty 'second dam 00 from tho Mich igan Bovnyeign ConsbHoc) In lanj and in the same peai reoelvod ihe super excellent degree from David Kendall C-ouncll, 2s,o. ti R g s. m. The thirty third or lushest Moaonic degraa was conferred anon Mr, Campbell m Bep temtter rfi- at Pa rati ga, N. v., by Su prouw Council No, Am lent and .c aepted gcottlsh Rites (or too North- ern Jurisdiction ol ihe 1 quid mm of Ann r i a. "DRYSMP0T OUT FIRE IN BREWERY Leave Picnic at Preston, Minn., to Aid the Fire Department PrOeton, Minn.. May J3 While the "Drya" were hohfing a picnic cetahro lion as the r, suit of a recent eieolon, when th,- pit) voted to continue with out saloons, tire broke out In the large Preston brewery, The "Drya" rushed to the assist. nice of the lite depart ment and the btona waa extinguished without serious loss. The volunteers then returned to the picnic and r'' freshed themselves with lemonade and grape Juice, Though the siie of Ihj nor is forbidden in Preston, its man ufacture is not. SYRIANS WORK CONFIDENCE GAME ON THE PRESIDENT Michael ami Joseph Goorge are held i,v immi iati Hi, ills and will he re - ammendod tor deportation on tin ground ih. 11 tiny worked a conftden e gagna aa Pfaaideni fVlbma, fitaiaj stotie. oi MbnKMUi, ami Be cretan of War Qotriaon The) were arrested here aft-r sjaUclttng funds fniM the BUSinSOS Mens lOOgOg fOf 1:1 oi,hn!i ae ;n an. SvtC. Ttlev showed letters oj reoommondation froni Wltoon, stone and Garrison, which, upon investiRa tton, proved hoi MADE FORTUNE ON HARDTACK. St. i.ouis. May 21 Lew hi Doaier, capitalist, is dead, agOd si t y -elirht. He was reputed to he a millionaire. The famfrj fortune was gjmdt selHag hlirdtai k to the sohhelS III the civil war. SCOTCH GOLFER CHAMPION. Sandwich. May 'it. J. L Jenkins of He, aland won Ho BHtbth smntenr aotf rhampionship todaj 1 . defeating lie.- Vl -a Ireland. DELEGATES TO MEET TONIGHT First Full Conference Between En voys and American and Mex ican Representatives MAZATLAN'S FALL IS NEAR Believed Rebels Will Soon Be in Possession of City-Federal General Escapes Washington, May 23. Msxico City dispatches to diplomatic sources here today reported that when the Constitutionalists cap tured Tepic recently they put to death the entire federal garrison of three hundred officers and man. Washington, Ma: 23. Watchful ami ting on mediation continued to be tho attitude of the Washington gggo onaaoad todOy n the Mexican situa tion. Tho president left the white house early for a ride anil recreation, after receivlntc cneourusinsT reports of the preliminary peace neotiatiorwi from the Aiuolf an conMaMMooxam, At the Constlf utlonsltst uaency here it was -aid no word had bOgg received from enrraaaa or irom the ganfogdnm on tin- repfeoontatlea af the Constitvi- tionalists at the -N'UiKara Frills con- feleme. Formal Conference Tonight. Niagara fails. OntH suy faV The Br ' lull , nfi ii ic e hetweeu the me diators and both the American and Mi i -a: deilgaaa will be held toniKht ll has been arranged at the request of the Mexnan delegates -who conferred with tho mediator informally this moonh w It Is understood the envoys are eon- udont of being ghta m roaaows such ah stucles us had ilelaveil the pris'eedinga during the consideration of preliml nar measures. The sudden eallinir of full session for tonight was nt ex pat led by the American delegates. Zaracosa on Way to Capital. Mex i "it y. Mav Ceneral Zara i. w ith the troops that v.o uated Tampico. has arrived Hitfely at Huejut- la. Hfhfnga, and is prnrsstllng t, Mex- M)0 City, a online; to repoll to the depart m sat af GMhirnacMo. Mazatlan Has Little Water. Ban PingO, CML, May 23. A wtrelesi; frmn the hattleship fullfoniia s:iyn that Mazatlaris water supply will laM only gftsaa duvs and ii is MMMVOd the Coaotltttttonallntg win so,,a ba in pajm eaatoa of tho city. Since ihe arnvnl of rehel tiemral OhrOgOg at Topic fewer cruelties tO federal prtoonom are batng practiced. It is reported that !'. Ureen, an Kua;. IkdHnna, was murdered by bandits noar San Marios. Several Americans re id in tin- v Iciaity, Federals Sacked Saltillo. l-'l I'a.so. Texas, Mav r:i. -federal troops socked saltillo bsghro evacua tion, assorted g message t,, (h,. local agents of the Conslllnlhmsllata today. Rebel Agent Spurns Mediation. , a York, f . Y Mav g Jose Y.iS- ncetoa, the special agnm -.r CnrtggH 1. arho, it gad booa re ponied, wogM chosen as a constitutionalist repre sentative lo the Niagara falls, (int. c inference emphatically fkmMd las: night that he was to raceive siu-h an Cjntm iecl on 6th Page. 2nd Column. CONDEMNS SUNDAY BALL. Presbyten.in Assembly Takes Stand at Session. ('I-if ago. Ills., Mav Stmda.v liaso bail was Wilidsniasf in the report of the committee on gabhmh ongsrvanoai which waa presented ami discussed the moruing ssoai a or Mm (Manuml uaajmbt "f the Proohytorinn church of the t'nited States. Qoneral gSI1 1'Stai") fox af the Ameri can Bible S. letv.- told the asseml.lv that "ai.iwi afhOM were dist rihute.l in the roar bj tho bthhi nooMty A spe bal edition was prmmd and sold in China at oro saventaanth of a cent a copv. 15.000 HARVEST HANDS NEEDED. OkMhoMM iiiy. May '.! -fifteen thousand additional bands will be aOOdod to h. it v. st the 1HH w het gpag of foriv million liushels. This crop is the larxest the state has ever pro- fmood, WAS DECORATED BY KING. Chiengn, BL. May Dr. N'llea T. .in. ilcs. the aentor Bf the Mcamllna v lan-Amcric.m nie licnl men In OMgg ifo. is ih ad, aggd eiaht -three. He w is aaooratoi toj tha Kina oi Hfg wav with the eloss of SI. llaf. WON T SEE BEN LINDSEY. N I toft, V Y.. May ft John 1. Ito, kefelh r. Jr.. stated tbrouali his s, ret ii i", lav he in o r would confer with JuiIkc Ren landsey and deb-Kates on ihe Colorado strike situation.