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10 PAGES THE WEATHER. Generally fair tonight. Wednesday mcreaaing cloudinaas and warmer. VOL. XXHI. THREE DECISIVE ENGAGEMENTS WON BY REBELS Mexican Constitutionalists Defeat Federals Between Zacatecas and San Luis Potosl WILL NOT DEAL WITH HUERTA Revolutionists Will Meet Kim Only aluPototofSwordN--Deadlock at Niagara Falls Durango, Mexico. June (lelayed) Tliref decisive engagements with ledetul Hoops, hctw ecu ulceus ;inl San Luis 1'oloHi, were WOK by tha ( uiistiiiitUiiialistH nil May M and M, according t reports received by Qan eral Currunaa. i l l. Reyes, with six hundred men, administered a derisive defeat to a large l'uree of federals at Salinas, and later also defeated a force went Hum Ban Lata Potoel t reinforce the sa- lin.is garrison. '''m" linlititiK at Salinas lasted 2S hours. The federal loss was 4 privates and four officers. Fourteen federal officers were captured and ex ecuted, und 37 privates raptured ami liberated. AmiillK the olllcors was Col. t 'h i veH. Col. Catocn, investing Zarate.as, captttrad a federal troop train, killinx Blxtj federals. No Dealings With Huerta. Washington. June 2. Commenting on dispatehes from Mexico City repre senting Huerta a- desiring the Constl i liinallsts tu enter mediation pm reedtaga thai Mexico's affairs might be nettled hy Mexicans, Kalael Zul.arnn, In .1 of the Cur runa agency hen-. aid: "The Conafttutlonallata have nothing t.. mediate witli Huerta, and ran rdy ttteel him at the point . . t the sword." Ammunition for Rendu. New York, .lime 2 li.e hundred ' ammunition nrdtfad bj the i i i itcfinnulisls, Wblch arrived today frti'm Bridgeport, Conn.', on the etaahv . ; Nau-Ulttn U. Will not he allowed to leave this port. Although it was stat ed :-t the custom house that no instim had been received from Washing ton, officials declared It was probable thai on) vessel baartag arms and am mur Itloa .unsigned to either Mexican taotiua would ie refined clearance pa- pels. Liter the live hundred Ions of am munition was transferred to the Ward liner . nt ilia, ami no ubjncilea to tba AntilMa sailing was made when a manifest was presented and clearance lis aakada Rebel Representation Unsettled. Niagara Calls. June I, 'Still ilea. I -lOCfced over the (leslion of the (felH stltutlanaltai f apraaa ntation at the CoafataMa here, the Mexican and Anierloun delegates ware awaiting in information ahoiit the ehara. i.t and ability of oartain persons raa Rested to compose the new provisional go . t anient. Tba American delegates have not Hniabad their discussion with the media ton about the 'onstitutionalisls lind are awaiting BVtfC inform 1 1 i"ti from Washington In this connection. The indications today were that not'i Ii definite would be reaolved on Cort stiiutionnlist representation though the mediators were reported to ba framing a reply to the last Cam nan note. Tha statement from Durango giving the Constitutionalist view of the mediation conference is regarded bare as likely to delay rather than hurry lb. negotiations. The statement is Bald to havo served to show lack of information by the Constitutionalist'' nraa ililpoi laid points baiBi treat - e.i here, especially just wh.it repre sentation in the new provisional gov ernmenl the conference had Intended for them. There is reason to hellevc that the conference here has planned from the hrst to Kive the Constitution alists i large share iii the hew provisional Rci ei ninent, hut delinite information haa bean' withheld until the view point of kuerta and Washington Ware obtained. I pon receipt of dispatches from Washington, fPttowtag i cabinet aiaet- Ina. there, the Amcricii delegates re nin !, , a uaatfafaai j with tha aradta" 1 ' ' i his afternoon. "IVE ROBBERS IN AUTO GET AWAY WITH $2,500. Ch i til pa ign, III.. June 2. Ki' '"' 11 in an automobile Invaded 'I" I H" 1 of Mahomet early to, lav While four stood guard in front of Hussy's nnk, terrorizing a few eitleena who Nun a, iii.. eahar blaa tba safe ad took twenty-live hundred In .mi. n. v. Ab ' s, aped. THREAD TRUST MUST DISSOLVE. Washington, j,,,,,. Tba ahaadn '"'ii ot Hie so-called thread truet, or- i aadar the aame of ! Maarl -' ,h Thraad company, was ordered I" daj bj federal court at Trenton, N J " '.V the ro.lel. lilt at 'll.nt.'"- N. J. HE s . FIGHTING, PERSECUTION AND MASSACRE IN THE BALKANS o Formal Ending of War Has Brought no Rest to That Long Suffer ing Region-New Era of Strug! gle and Butchery. i uadoa. .lane 2, The troablea af Mexico and I'lsler have wbol!v oer- bi.lowed publle int. rest in the Near Baat durtng repeal month Bat the formal endin i of the Batfcaa anr has brought no rest to that keng uffarlng rejfi. n. Thta. e, Macedonia and Alba ma are bottiaa arlth racial and ratlg ious strife. Stories of Igbtbagi of per secution and of massacres collie to I he Lendon papera froaa nan) rorreapond anta, and are printed Ir small typa with little comment. Europe has COaM (, acoepi tbaaa conditions aa matter of course The . baagaa of boundarlea and af ovareignty erbloh reaaltad from tba peace tr.nii.'S, and the bmncbttU "r Albania as an autonomous state. gN raapoaalhle for tba new era of i truggia and butchery, Bvcrj power concerned In the new allotmante la Hiring M im press noi only its laws, but its own ;iatc religion nana those who hava i . ..me its aubjecta, if the ourrenl Ida torlana are to ba baMtvad. f'ot. 'ble "conversions" , wholesah1 ... em the nrdar of th day. Bntwaag the Chrlatlaa and tba Maaaabawn Wa penaatlona, batwaaa creeks. Turks, Bulgarians Roamanaaaa Servians and AlbanWnt. there bj little choice of standards of civilization. Much of the information cincs from Athens which prteeata events onlv from the stand poim of Creek interests; much is dis seminated by the newspapers of Vien na, whi. h is a fountain of canards. I lie Turkish novernmenl is determ ined to drive the w hole Cre. u popula tion from Thrace, aooordlai to ac eoanu from creek eourcee. n has or gnntoad I rWirf "'' oppression which is maklm: life impossil.le for paogea of Creek atlillations In tba oountn abool Kirk KUIaaa, Lota Bur- Has an.' all the land w lib h ltuluai ia oonqaefad M tba RW war and lost through tba Baal treaty. By creeks is Mw.nl Hie adherents of the Civ.k cBur u. since gnttaaallty i. raepgaia as following raflgaoa rather than iloo.l m those lagieaa. fga Hieeks are pictured as having jmimatH times in Thrace und r the ,.,, of the fenm Turk, aa tba Balgar- I mi bad la Macedonia un.b r 4bdl KamM Th. ma tba da of tarmoatamara the same. Troops Live By Loot. Hen ular Iruoga wba ei their iiv- Igg p, i. and bands of so-. alb-.! Uibjaail" " aappoaaJ la ba acting Hndar inaptratkm from Conatantinopla, orvei raaaiag the country. Murnim: , Hi n in tba any, as darlag tba of war; cattle and sheep nr- driven away; pAaga end mviabtag on Ufa la aaada aa tatutarabaa that Otaafc tababitagJta ara gtad to esea?.e to ,n(. eaaai with what I. undies th. v .an aa their backs. Athens reports tjnl lufaajat i have arrived at s ,on"lka bj sliil". and thai ,aaa more tortinutdon 6th Page, 2nd Column. CALUMET, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 2, 1914. WANTS TO GET OFF GRACEFULLY v v "J" ' ":" WELSH SUFFRAGETTES CREATE TROUBLE WHILE LLOYD-GEORGE TALKS. Crtci lefJt, Wales, Jane I. - WhiU' Lloyd- MOtgUt chain el lor 01 tba X' he.uei, was ad dreaaueg ha open-air political maathag, a etraog force of auf- fiagallaa attaaapted la create a I a nic in tin- audience, but were v Buanmarily ajaetad. Then they paraded the main .'Heel, shat- tarlag arlth bamaaera, tba win- dows of many stores and r.si denes. Si were artn-Hteil, DISPUTES OVER BODIES OF DEAD FROM EMPRESS Features So Altered Many Mis takes Are Made in Identification Quebec. June The Hrst public fuaaral of v tat lam .i tba gagataai of Ireland will be In bl V dnesdav . when nine BMOibera of the crew will ba bur ied. The ceremony will be taepnaing. It will h' a public procession, headed by delachments from the warship Ks sex and local military forces. The schools will ba Ctoaad and business suspended. The ggtnpar af disputes that have ariaab m the faaaral ahad hi aar prbring feature of th idenlllbat ion work. In one cas no less than five peraona contended lor tha possession r a liltle gbi with the result that she still is classed as unclaimed. So attarad ere tba featurea .i tba tbmd that niain mistakes hive been ma.le. s.ine bodiea are aa mutilated that those who UlentMled them as men were oM thai th' were women. The reaaon for tha mistake ami thai tba hair bad been drawn hack tluhtly. Among the Identified dead wu i. emend Palmar, London Financial N'evvs man. who orvnnlz. il the tour of Brlttah manufactureri to this country. STATUE OF JEFFFRSON IS UNVEILED IN NEW YORK. New York. June I, A portrait slat ue of Thomas Jefferson, a ;lft to the , jlv from tba late Joscpl. I'nllier. was unveiled today In front of the School of Journalism ot Cotambfal I'ni-vcr-itv. The aaPalllaa formed a pari .f the comniencemi ni aaatobmi at the s hool, of wblch Mr. I'ulitjcnr wan the founder. Tba atataa i- tba work of William Ordway Partridge and repre s'nts JefTeraoa as be appeared at the aire of M veira. when he waa Pn Id ni of the rniled States. CUMMINS HAS LEAD OF 50,000 IN PRIMARIES His Nomination Assured; Connolly Named by Democrats Dee Moines, la., June 2. Over niKhl returna of tba atatewide primary had ROt materially I Imaged the situation arly to. lav. Senator Cummins main tained his aatlmatai taad af gfty thou- sand and fJoVemnT 'larl.e had ai oiinil tw.-nty thousand. Hi the D. u ralic H'-ket Cbngieeania ii Oanaolly of iu bnejaa, was tba victor ov er Men .nth af I es Moines for the senatorial nomina tion by fifteen ta twenty tbouaaad, Hamilton, Democrat, far governor, seems assured of nomination. It will take possibly until tomorrow before daflnlti flgutaa are compaatad. The vote ;,si reetarddy was tha linht- -st in years. Meredith carried Pol It, his home County, by leaj than a thousand ma jority, while incomplete returns in- ijoate that Connolly uanlad Dubuqae county, his bone, by sixty-live hun dred. geuiher and S hanh are nearly even for the progreaaivo paaattarlal aeaal nation. Tbornaa I'airweather, one of the ownera i the Dal Moines West ern LaafOM dub. was nominated state senator on the Republican tick et in i'olk county. DYNAMITE PLOT IN WASHINGTON Washington, June 2. Five aticks of dynamite, with I burning fuae attach ed, were fourd late today in the de partment of ?griculture under the of fice of Secretary Houston. The fuaea were extinguished before damage was done. A watchman, who claimed to have discovered the dynamite, ia hold, pending an investigation. Officers are searching for another employe, re cently discharged, who hat been mak ing threats. v : FRANCE TO TREAT : ROOSEVELT LIKE A FORMER RULER. Paris. June 2. The French ! pgaaaaaeent Kaa decided to tread ! Pjaaaavalt th same anjaj it daad form, i rulei and farntah him v wiih a special permit, autboriz- ! inn bun lope l broimh t be pn- ! Uea lines at all times on Ida .totirnev through I'rance on Ida : gam to atadrM la at taad tba 4 naddlin of ins eon, Kcrmit, aad MISS Will:. id . REPORT SHOWS HEAVY GAIN IN FOOD IMPORTS Home Demands for Domestic Pro ducts Responsible for the Big Increase EXPORTS GREATLY REDUCED Much Beef, Corn, Wheat, Rice, Fruit and Edible Oil Be ing Brought in aTaahinaton, June - With the home damanaa for domestic paodatadta aamaal eojaallag paadactlaga, tba LTattad Btataa ia not only reducing- exports hut In in (r'ainK impoits of certain foodstuffs This is .me of Hie sir. k, nt, features of the i i v i.-w today ly the department of i ommerce :-f the foreign Hade for the first six montiis under the n vv tariff, aaaapaiad with the half year ended ajftg Man b, 113. 'I'nc Increase of importations of all food products ia mor. than thirty mil lion dollars, or an average of live mil lions aaaath. Tba figure- of exports aie even more striking. Kxports of crude faadataata fell from one hundred und sixteen millions to tlfty live and a half millions, and manufa. t ured prod iu ta Horn i.nc hundred and ighiv mil lions to one hundred and sixty-two million. food articles showing the largest in- Bfennea in Importatlaa were beef, .at tic, coin, wheat, ii.-. macaroni, fruits ami edible oils. EASTERN SOCIETY ATTENDS BACON-WHITNEY WEDDING. Prominent New England Couple United in Marriage at Long laland. Now York. Jan.- I. A large party of guests repreaenting society In New oik. Philadelphia, and Hoston went by paclal train from this cltj today to Vvestnury, n. t?. "to attend the Veddlrig of Mtaa Martha It. Macon and Mr, Qeorga V. Whitney. The I. ride is the dauihter ot tha fotaaar Ambaaaadoe ta I r. line and Mrs. Robert PaCQB. Mr. Whitm-y is a son of Mrs. OaaPga Whit ney of this city. Tba we. I. line took place In the ChUITh of the Ailvnt at Wcstl.urv. The Uev . tin hard i'opc, re. tor of the church. onViated, assisted bv the U. v. BbtdlCOtt Peabodjr, of QrotOa, Mass. Prominent vming women of New York, rhlbf datable and BataTalO were among Uae bridal party, Mr. Whltae was at tended by ins brother, Robati Whitney. as best man Harold 'a ndeiliilt was one of tba ushers. The ceremony at the church w as followed b) a recap Hon and l.r.akfast al the Wesil.urv COUntrj home ..I the bride's parents. ROBERT S. McCLURE KILLED BY DISCHARGE OF SHOTGUN. Tonhera, K. y , Jun.- I. dtebart it. MeClure, a brother af s. g, ifoClnra, the publisher, was killed by the dis charge of a shotgun at his house heie, it la-came known yesterday. Members of the family announced that he was accidentally killed while .leaning the gun. He arrived home at 0 o'clock apparently in good spirits it was said. The coroner has reserved ids aanouacem nf f tba oaaaa and manner of daath. Mr. HeChtTe was i! years old. He was associated with his brother in tho publishing husitu-ss. His widow, three sons and a daughter survive him. TWO PAY STIFF FINE. Painesdale Residents Found Guilty in Hancock Court. Frank DaroIlM and Joe KuldU. . b ilged with simple Ian. n.v. by Peter Btahnnanal. bara foamd (tuUty ta Jus- tlea la hkern's i-ourt ,-it llan.ock this morning and were lined and costs aacb, The theft oi"Jrr-d al Paines dab) last night, when 0t I .mnm l avers, the defandaate haoobe J .'m doam ajai raaaovai tv. from his par eon. in. ludgag tlu costs, the defendants were aa- aaat I t ba aana .f iiifi.to. TWO YOUNG SUFRAGETTES CHAIN THEMSELVES TO BUCKINGHAM PALACE GATES London, June t, Two young mili tants dlatUTbad the tran.uilit.v of Ruchlngbam pa lata tMa aftaraoaa by chaining themselves to tba rails of the main gates. They wave I Women's So- ial & Political union Ba ta and shout ed denunciations af "tort. ires of wom en." Neither the king nor th queen wele in the palace a .he ' me. SALE OF WARSHIPS AUTHORIZED Washington, June 2. The Senate late yesterday amended the naval ap propriation bill so as to authorise the sale of the I. a 1 1 leships Idaho and Mis- ieeippi an.i the eanatrw tkm af me I ern drealnought with tba m.uiev. eeaca is nnderatood t.. i.e tba pros BO live purchaser. :. .j. a MYSTICAL AMULET SENT TO HUERTA. WaahiiiKti.n. June 2. -An nmulei for prov isloual President p Huerta of Mexico, the k'H or a $ WaKhingtou woman, warranted to bring bun Hafel through all difficulties, hum on Its way to lu to the federal dictator Horn v Hie Spanisli i'iiIiiik-j Ikm . The -I charm, a moonstone In. losed in S an eiuliroidered aaihet, was aent t., the einhassy with a let- HP aanajayggaj that it he for- wai led to ieneral Huerta with the word that mo long aa he 4 wore It Ilex! lo Ills person, sue- ! cess would attend ail fun efforts. 4 The embassy tarried out the giver'a vv i- n. 4 SUES BRIETUNG, MILLIONAIRE FATHER-IN-LAW Kliest Asks $250,000 for Alleged Alienation of Wife's Affections hicag... June 2. - A suit for a uar ter of a million dama-es, tiroughi by Max Kliest, Hie Mariuette. Mich., gardener, wl lope, I with Juliei . le tting, daughter of ilia employed. Kd ward N lireitunaj.a northern M gan tuiliionaire mining and business man. has l.een tianhferred from t he curt of White Plains, New York lo th- federal court. Kliest alleges the alienation of hia wife's affections l her arents. and says the Itreitungs have poisoned i fie mind of their daughter against him. Hreitung says his duugliter is fre to retutn to Kleisi wlien sic wants to "but," he addetl. "I don't think ah wants to." MISSING LEPER IN FASHIONABLE HOTEL John Early Is Discovered in Wash ington Hostelry Today Washington, June 2. John ggaTty, who for live veais has made many enforced Journeys about the country in box ears and held m .pia rant ina in many cities while medical experts dis agreed whether he is a leper, was dis covered today In a fashionable hotel, the home of Vi ia President .Marshal und others prominent in capital Ufa Karly telephoned t a newspaper for a reporter to interview "Mr. West wood " Tba reporter recugntaad tba noted patient, who munodi.ilelv was removed to Ins old place of isolation on the city limits. PRESENT ARGUMENTS TODAY FOR LAKES-TO-GULF PASSAGE Washington. I . '.. June 2. Public otiiiais un.i repn aeatatlvea .f the commercial interests of Minnesota and neighboring atataa appeared before tba rivers and harbors board of engine, ra today and presented arguments in sup port of the pioje. t for building a canal to council Lake Superior and tba Mis sissippi river. Th- cost of tba canal is estimated at about $s.itiii.iiiin. Tic engineers appointed to investigate the subject have reported that, while the project is feasible from an engine, rim standpoint the proapectlve commercial benetlts will not be great enough to Justify such u urvv expenditure of imbllc funds. EQUIPMENT IS ORDERED. Playground eejutpaeenl for tba Cala m.t Park and Playground on 171 m street has been . rdeied and will be delivered in a week or ten l.v The equipment will be install, d at the ear liest possible opportanlt and prepara tions will be made for the opening of th' pla ground to the l 'hi hi lea In Uml Vicinity, under a competent superviaor who will BO appointed biter. CRICKETERS WILL MEET. The annual meeting of Hie t'aluinet and Tamarack . t o IcH teams has been called for H.t'iirdav evening of this week in the Harpet and Thomas store. An effort will be mad' at that time to reorganise and prepare for the coming season. All memhi rs .,f the '. H. and Tamarack teams ate requested to be present at t I.e me." inu. INDEPENDENTS TO MEET. There will be a meeting of repre sentatives of teams in tba Houghton I'ounty Independent lengue this week, to consider the application of Hie Ah-meek-Mohan k team for membership. The latter organization is composed of a number of strong players and prom ises to prove a factor In the league race If admui.'d NUMBER 192 C9PPERD0M TO GET NEXT YEAR'S K. T. CONCLAVE Expressions of Sir Knights From Various Parts of State Indi cate This Selection VOTE TO RE TAKEN THURSDAY Opening Session of Convention Held at Lansing Today; Calu met May Be Honored Lansing. Mich., Jan. t. (Special. W fiil- I be s. e. I ion of I fie I! I r, conclave city will not he mam- until Thurs day Hie last day of the Michigan Knights Templar conclave which open ed here today, the expressions of Sir Knight from variou parts r the state n. ii. at.- t tin t aha copper eeemtry un- . lot. Molly will be aeeaadad next ear's gal hriiig. Tfie Indications that the copper country will be uwaided next year's gtaegggg Temvlar conclave is go.Ml new to thia district, which will unite next summer in making the visit of th. .-ii Ktnghta n long to be remem bered by them. It is expected that the conclave will bring hundreds of mem bers of the order from nil parts of the state here. It will be the first time In tba history at the organization that the annual reunion will be held in the up per peninsula. Qaagtaa P. t'amplell pf Calumet Is to fe honored at the present Iansing meet with election to the highest of fice, that ..f RiKht Kminent Urand Commander. The fact that this office Will be held b Oper country man will give added interest to the 1915 gathering. JUSTICE COURT CASES. Lack of Domeatic Tranquility in Two Famii.es ia Shown. Hes!;ie Smith of Wolverine, was ar resie.l ami arraigned before Justice Fisher this morning, on complaint of his wife, who charges she was at tacked and severely beaten at an eurly hour this morning. Smith claims tba o barge is a braaapad up .me and that he is not guilty. How ever. Mrs Smith exhibited to the court a loci; "f her hair which she claims was foroihlv torn from her head by her husband and the court set June in as tba daita af R4aL Inability to se cure baaata af lion led t. smith's be ing remanded to the county Jail to await trial. Mrs. John Sterbenz was arraigned before Jaattoe Jaanmta this morning on a . barge of assault and battery pre ferred by Mrs. A. Westerberg. Not guilty was Hi. plea of the defendant and tadefaranea to her sex and the fad that the case did not seem to bo of an est tally serious nature, th' ...urt Band 'he amount of the bonds at Sg, pending tba hearing which was set for Thursday morning. Mrs. t N Ba husband, who accompanied her to the court, demurred at provid ing i he bonds asked .adv ising the court to teman.l his wife to jail t await her bearing. Sterbenz' Indifference brought forth a stirring rebuke from . igjtcei present and the latter aei a red tba woman's bonds. a court himself Y. M. C. A. SWIMMING CAMPAIGN. The art of swimming, the intricacies of the many strokes tabulated to give speed, grace and safety In the water will he taught at the Calumet Y. M. '. A. to beginners and to those who have made Just a little progress during the last week of June. Physical iMrector John Johnstone will have . h uge of the campaign ami invites all who care to learn to swim to Join tha classes oiaanized then. The conditions will bp made such that those interest ed cannot well Ignore the opiM.rtunity to i.arn. GLACIADOM IS ENTERED. The Ol.iciadom skating rink at Mo hawk, which was closed for the season about two months ago, was forcibly entered on Monday evening, the lock on the outside door being broken and ;hat on the inside door removed en tirely. Inasmuch as there wen no valuables in the big building at the time nor no reason to suspect there enam articles or value about, it is dif ficult to understand the purpose of the intruder or Intruders. Repaira will be made at once. VILLAGE PARKING PLACE. The tirm of Harper and Thomas ves ter.lav prepared tba village iwrklng Ida. ,- situated ta the vacant lot adjoin ing the theater on the south. The ground in the center of I fie lot was filled with weranlums. asters. China lilies and other growing plants and In the very front of th- spa. marked out in red foliage are the l tt rs, "Red i Jacket ."