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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17. t314. PAGE FOUK She Afaluuirt Nctus Published by tho MINING GAZETTE COMPANY. DAILY BXCBPT SUNDAY. to TOl MO Editor. W M LY 1 N Husim -s Manag, i" Entered at the i'ost tttt. at Calumet Michigan, as Second Class Mail Matter. TBLBPHONSS; Business otllce Kdilotml Kooma 2oy 4 TKUMS Of BU BOCRIPTION i By Mail or Carrier. Per year, la ad' aiue 15.00 IVr VMUr (not in advance) t.U i'er MOOth .50 .05 Ingle lasiM Complaint of Irregularity in deliv ery will receive prompt "nd thorough TSBUgatlnn WEDNESDAY. JUNE 17. 1914. COMMENCEMENT. Tii !.- is momentous Keck fat high si haul jTwdwt It marks (or nun Um completion of then- im.'k etudlee, the rommenr unml of their life w . .1 k. Yet their schooling i& net finished, they ariil but step IHH school as the.v have known it la the greater, broader school with un Hinted, unending courses ami as large us the World ItOtif Iht school of life. These young people will tarry with t lit in into the work-a-day world. youth, enthusiasm end worth I4ealn They are foi tilled w ith a substantial. fundamental education which it hi within their power to apply in a w a that win render the bent service to so elst) ami themselves, it is (or them to Bad i he op port unit . Opportunity always Is somewhere al hand, hut the seuri h for it is unsuc cessful if ambition and eathuslaaai an lost and there is a lowering of Ideals. Persistence and work. In the Una an alysis, lead to success and contentment. That those young people at the threshold of commencement may find the places in life's work for which the.v an i st salted and m which they mm inakc use of the boat that la ill them, is our fbn SOt w ish. The English challenging team has won the Internationa bom cup from Um Americans, The honor was taken from us by superior players and then are no ex uses to offer. Next year we may hops to even the sure. The tro phy has been iron Aw times by Kng -land .Hid roar times by America. vv EFFECTS OF THE TARIFF. The revised tariff has boon la force for more than seven months. The lig Itres available show that atnCS the be ginning of last October to the end of last month exports Jsi rSBBSd $1 1:1. "!.'. ."""., in comparison with the corres ponding period in the previous year At the same time Imports Increased -:..'' Iff. Ae a result the trade bah .hi e ct tie seven month ended was less favorable bj I136.858.04S than for the same months la the previous year, This is a verv la rye shift, says the New York Sun. but us significance made mon Impressive when it Is noted that last month alone the alteration in tne relation oi imports and exports compared With the April figures a year ago converted an export balance of ISS.890.849 to an import bataaos of SfA.271, 872, a total i bangs of J;4.i6.'.- 7J1 adverse to the United States. , -x- The News is in receipt of a copy or "lov erland a publication compiled b Joseph M. Donnelly, of Ontonagon, it treats Interestingly and Instructive iy of the "romantic past, prosperous present and brilliant future" of the np pei peninsula, and is a valuabl attri bution to the Ctovertand campaign. Mm h stress is laid upon the agricultu ral possibUll lea ,,f the entire district, bu I other ri"t n of em tide '.cop. d Industry and effort are . the various salient facts Bg pies, Bted. An ;ir- Pperdom" by Secretary Ice of the fopper i Country club Is a prominent fan L. Pi ' mmen lal POSTMASTERS AND POLITICS. 1 omtnen resentatii i Offl es on Sa-mavv hat bw n years mu toward dh n i he proposa lakes to put civil service i says: "The of Rep. ill goat' list, the greatest le pOStOffil e has been poii- - n steal una f politics th" postorBce. in ret en I . progress has been made the two. Absolute!) The Hands That Wield the Shovel (coal shovel, of course) may not rule the world, but they do a lot toward m.-ik.nj you comfortable. For instance, through you may be iz2bng right now, you will have a pleasant feel.nq of future well-being when you hear the cesl go tumbling down the chute. You are gong to be ready for the days to come and don't let anybody tell you that it isn't going to be cold some day. This is the good old Copper Country and you can bet on it that one of these day you'll WISH you were warm. The 1 Van Orden COMPANY Houghton Lsurium no reason exists for making the work II: . I.I III' till' 1 1, ist . I II I I 1 1 I 1 1 , . , I hoot) of polities. The Inevitable re sult is impaired ellh icli v and extrava team i in the postal serviee und moral eorruptioii in the political system. The poMottlce should he strictly a business institution, for the one great reason that II is a publie utility affecting the Interests of every elll.en in the land Coinpeteliey ;i lid character should be the uiisllflt athms for service, ami aap abilit) should be rewarded with pro motion. If we had that kind of a sys tem the postorlice "marvel" of today Would li' saved uianv millions annu ally bv wiping out useless oith iuls ami eliminating "red tape." An open breaeh I, i t ween Villa and Carraasa is reported, and there is good reason to believe it is true. It is in Um with the general expectation Although Carran.a is the nominal head of (h M. (Icac revolution. ilia is the all powerful figure in iti t h- man who has taken the aggressive, planned the earn paigns, fOUghl and won the battles. II lionised and at the same tune feared b) his men. So Villa does not have to i dels from Carranaa ami if he I sains to dictate affairs la rebel terrt toiy he can SO Which may yet bring about state of anarchy in Una ami intervention b the United States. HEALTHY ENLISTED MEN. rhe splendid health of OUT SQVSB thousand tailors, marinei and eoldlers it Vera Crva and of the twenty thou- ind men in the Beet off Tampieo. II i Will for the ettVleliev of the medical eorpa, 1 be men, too, are exer- Islni every can, a nsrssBary procna tieii ashore m that land ot intense heat, impure water and poor sanitary millions. in the Mexican war of Ifef mors American soldiers died of fevers than from shot ami shell. Today the dan ger from disease lo our troops iii If ex- has been n ducod to a minimum. rhen has been a remarkable improve ment in the methods employed by med al men in the army and navy, ntli- ai Ran ret shoo thai only two per Cent id the men an ill. which is about the normal percentage under ordlnarj i onditkmOi Typhotdi Which has killed Off thou sands In armv camps, bo longer is feared, and malaria and other diseases may be avoided. If war with Mexico must rasne the Amertcaa army wiU have the advantage of aa unsurpassed medieal organization. There will be Bo repetition of the scourge of siekness which depleted mnnj companies in Cuba daring the Hpsnlsh aroortraii war. THE ROW IN BUTTE. T! . rebellion in Hutte of members Of the Western Federation Of Miners Bgalnal heavy taxation by their lead ers to cover the coal of the defunct strike m the Michigan copper region is rather unusual phenomenon, and emphasizes BtOTB than anything else timt has happened the completeness f the union debacle at Calumet, com ments the Detroit Free Press, If oyer and his lieutenants staked their standing on that Bgk-1 and the) are da reaping the fruits of Um failure which ordinarily come to men who make their living through agitation, demagogy ami the exploitation of fel low laborers. The) have been unable to hew satisfactory results for the money the.v have ased and their follow sn are falling away from them. As a sidelight, the statement that the rebellion is betag nnglacsirad by the i W. v. is Interesting, it gives oppor tunity for the applieation of any num. Iter of wise proverbs and SIBOng other things il furnishes the instructive -I" ' tacle of a house divided aainst it- nelf, for while the Western Federation and the I V. W. tnav mt be immImI. Iy one they are close blood relations and their respective leaders. Mover ami Haywood, have long trained together as fellow imitators. BUSINESS COURSES. Gradual!) the leading universities in coming to recognise the needs of business for the specially trained man. The ITnlvemtty of Missouri hi the lat- BSt and the twelfth to Ket into line. The other m i Ii now offering f ounaa thai dtractly prepare students for M are III Is, Pennsylvania. California, N'orthweetern, TflBroaalii. Mi i York University, Dartmouth CM lege ami University of Cineffmatl. The problems of modern business ' eoomlng more and more complex, BO thai for the hujeal and BBiontUM solution of these problems reasoning powers are demanded whieh enn be de ' loped onl) by tioaraa of training SttCh as College or university Rives. Many problems Involve not only a knowledgs of business prim iples, but iso a knowledge of soonomlcs and even psychology! All these elements properly studied only in n Si hod or university, hut the student mUBl BS made lb realize the immense importance or the practical side and ma get the Idea that when he obtains a diploma be has no mote to learn. In the past the business Colleges and eorr-espimdenee schools have had It nil over the universities la the suecess of their men after graduation. Perhaps the main element that new schools and i our see in ooBMnerce win Rive the graduates, in addition to technical HOW! edge will bS n spirit of profes sional pride in the new profession of I iismess. COBB NEARLY FELL. Jrvln Cohh, the author, may be lassed as the most sophist lea ted r living, but BS BgggMi that 'tie he was nearly taken in by a trap for tourists While at the tlnuul Ml he wa tempted lv a matini artav of Navajo blankets Vend ed by sn Innocent looking squaw, and t pulling out his pocketbook disiovered on one of the the maker's tag. And his roved to be the very same v T- In v hh h Cohh was ill Unlitin.il I The Keweenaw Miner t,i)n, m el icit, that Jim l islur is raggggsj tif Congngi BOSgagS a lot of voters want Bim to run and to vote for him. Suf hciicy. The Miner also siiKKests that the rival eoppel'dom candidates oUttllt to he able to get UeMtggg the tew week.- of the aaasggdgsi without gygnk ISHJ any heads with their verbal pyro- technics. it win be gens rail) agreed thai they ought. Mining Journal. PYom all indications Frederick C Marti ndnle, candidate for nomination for governor on lbs Rapuhllcaa tii ket, will carry the lower psalnanla. accord- ing to lonald A. Hayden, a former up per peninsula nev.s aper man, who is spending his vacation in the north this veil, savs the Mining Journal. Mr. Hayden. whose home is in ishpeiinng, has beell a member of the editorial .stalls nl the Da troll I'lee Press ami The State Journal at Ionising for the last two veais. Hayden savs that visitors to Lansing hrom various counties of the lower peninsula concede Mart imlalc's BOBS .nation by a substantial majority. The) point to the fact that his ae gualntanee gained in the primary con test of two v rai's ago is a big asset in his favor," be asserts. "Then, too, lie served two terms as a member of the house and two terms as a member of the senate, la addition to lii three terms as secretary of state. Kepubli aaa leaders below the straits, when ex prsaslng the belief that Martindale will be victorious, point to the fact that he led the state ticket bv l.".,(MKI votes in tag campaign of tnfcf. They de- clare further that it was due largely to Martindale'i popularity In Wbtyne County that the RetlbllCan ticket was saved from dofsat, They also point on' that while Martindale is. and al ways has been, a staunch Republican, his platform is of a nature to satisfy SB the most exacting Progressives. "Such men as A. i". t'arton, present land commissioner, George A. Preecott, former secretary t state, a. j. Doner ty. of tin- state board of agriculture, are supporting the laiulidacv of Mr. Martindale. He already has 10, "00 sig nature attached to bis petition, more than twice the number required to place his name on the primary ballot. in the primary campaign of two yean ago, .mi-. Mamnoaie cameo practically every county in the upper peninsula and his friends in the south ern part "f the State ale expecting him to repeat the per f OrgM nee this year. In Wayne county, such men as Home' Warren, former postmaster and one Of the state metropolis' best known business men, and Stanley Anderson, president of the Detroit Federation of l abor, are working together for Mr. Martindale'S nomination, and they pre-, did a tweeping victory for him in Wayne county." v : ; HOW eft afl l 4 DICTATOR HUF.RTA BECAME PRESIDENT. v v Huerta was in chief command of the lores supporting Madei". He had sworn fealty to MadefO, I 'ne niorninu rfnerts took breakfast with brother of President Maflsro in a publie res taurant in UM City of Mexico. At lb" and of the man be arose, shook hands with the man he had breakfasted with. and beckoned lo strand of soldiers thai had been cm fluently posted. The president's brother was hastened to a prison and uickly dispatched. Inspired bv the success ot thai Irene - cry. Huerta took his vvav to the Na tional palace, where aa found Presi dent Madera and Vice-President Sna re. Stopping only hum enough 0 M il ICS them, he commanded their arrest by another gqund of soldier.. that had been provided for the purpose. once he bad them In ins power. Hu- proposed t them thai they sign eeds of resignation In consideration of bis promise to give them a safe COO- duei out of the country, Heipieen, and bating the) would le murdered i! the.v refused) they consented. Hut Huerta, instead of fultilling his promise to have them conducted out of the country i had l hem assassinated as soon as night cumc to throw veil over lbs crimes With the deed to the presidency ob tained by treachery, perfld) and bo nsslnatlon, Huerta RNed the chamhsri "f the tWO houses of congress wPh troop.: and coerced those bodies BtO saie tinning his crimes. TheeS, told IB the lowest wold possible, are the eir- cumstanoos of Muertn's triumph, ii was not a revolution. but a coup d'etat; utu- invested with all the smelt) and treachery af s fiendish imagina tion. The sword was not the lnatru mm of H aorta's success, bat the atl I It to; and what made his use of It the more revolting was that his victims Wan those to whom he was under an oath of fealty. - Dallas N'evs. THE WORLD'S POPULATION. The population of the earth is slight -Iv over LMt,gggtgfg Bg imrease of 1 411 .nun, hi. 11 jn the last four years, ae- cording to the msrsnu of Ualveranl Catiotlcs, which has just announced its tiguies fm IMf, Asia nor, has :::;!. Mt,aggj Hurope tsi.iMMi nun; Afri' a. IM.OOa.OOf ; America, lIT.aoO.tati und ceani( a o7.0Ht.0iii The world's commerce now amounts to -. !;' 1 . i) 1 h 1 1 m m. and It is carrlOd on bv Hnj sailing ships and 47.714 le. liners. OthOf figures show a total of ;.'."., iifiu miles of railroads, or enough to girdle th, -lobe twenty 'An times. A debt .if $4J. !. 000,000 IS the total shown in the ni counts of all the na tions of the world. Of this lotal publi ndebtednesa thirty-two milliards an 'barged against lairope alone. A I en -tury ago the public debt of all coun tries amounted to only 11 little over seven milliards. -Pittsburgh (la.'tte Tlmes. Rochester x. v.. is sqnlppln department with auiomoblle apparatus. TELLS OF CLIMB UP MONT BLANC Heart Thumps, and Pulse Goes to 100, Says Alpine Adventurer Washington. 1. Cm June !;. "Th heart (humps irregularly, the pggaj gees up to lllll. your kllees kilo, k to- ...... .,,,, ,,r .K s,., ,,, UM. wiiiuiK to OBIT) you. Your throat is parched, you feel .sulTocutcd, y..ur chOBI seems loaded down With it ureal weight ami such a Maltag of utter exhaustion 1 Thtg is not a patent BMdlclns adver- useiiieiu. n is Walter W'oodbi.rn H.vd. s description of ones condition on renchlng the summit ,.f Mom Dlnnc, Sw iterlaml, as written to the Nation ai Geographic society, at Washington ). Even Guide Must Hesitate. "The air has now become so rare that even the stoutest guide is com pelled to lake bleuth everv lew steps." he continues. "If you ev er s . vv an asthmatic man trying to walk up hill w iiiie a Baroaysm wai n him, you can form some Idea of the last pari of the Bacont, Ami what do you think Is the lirst use made of the glorious view after all these boon of toll? iu, you open your eyes w ide in astonishim ni Bt the wonderful sight ? Hy 110 means' You shut them as tight as you can and throw yowaslf down eg the snow in utter weariness of mind and body, re senting the impertinence of your guides, who urge you to look about Hut it is too cold to sleep, and soon you are up trying to keep warm. Panorama is Immense. "The view If you have any desire to fee it. is indeed Incomparable. The panorama before you is immense: but sverythlng Is an such a grand scale, great agglonicrat ions of plait s and mountains, that all details escape you. Most of Sw itzerlaiffl. great portions Bf lYanoe as far south as gMTW, and the plains of Piedmont ami Lombardy. in Italy, are spread out before yon, Tin cold was so Intense that live min utes after arriving at the summit we were all ready to begin the descent, "Although the ascent of Mont Plane offers no greater dangers than thai of some oilier Swiss mountains, it has the name of being the longest and moM exhausting climb in the A I PS, While sui h peaks as the Materhorn and th hamonlS Augllles are so formed that no gnat 1 11 unities or snow can ding to their sides, and conseipiently pre sent ior ine most pari mere', clangers Incident to rock climbing, Mont EUanc, from its peculiar formation, is almost wholly buried in its upper reaches in snow and glacier, so that crevasses and avalanches and all other dangers pe ouliar to snow climbing are a constant manned to the climber. Cold is Serious Obstacle. The extreme cold ind rarity of tin air as yog approach the summit an also serious obataclea, The equipment for the two-days' journey consists of Ice-axes, hob-nailed boots, woolen leg gings and gloves, mountain caps Which cover the Cu e ami piotei t it from blis tering from the glare of the sun, and a goodly supply of provisions -for you would be surprised at an Alpine appe tite, The guide himself brings a long Coll of rope, almost 14)41 feet in length, slung over his shoulder. "Ten thousand feel above the MS is an island Bf POCk projecting from the snow. A tinv chatkH has been built here, where the climber can spend the nlghl Bleeping In s good bed. Ths little chatlel is based to a man and hin wife, a most woebegone couple, whose dejected look's eloquently1 be speak the solitude of tin Ir lives amid these eternal snows, when the ther mometer each nlghl stands at sago, Tri-weekly two hardy porteTS alter nate in bringing up supplies from Charoonlx, and they certainly earn their few flams a dav. Xo wonder a glass of water costs Id centimes, even if it be melted snow, for everv billet of wood has to be nought from Chatnonix, seven hours below," SIR WILLIAM CROOKES. Sir William Crookgg, one of the world's foremost scientists, was born in London. June IT. v:;j. In his youth he took a Course in the Hoval follegc of Cboaakftry and ai the age af twenty-two he was appointed superintend Sit! of the Radolllfe observatory at Oxford, Sir William lirst attracted the attention of the scientific world as far buck as ggl, when be was enabled to anouncc the dleeovery of Thallium, new element. In the domain of pure science he has also added much t the public knowledge Ol X and other rays. "Applied" SClenCe also is deeply ill his debt, for he has added greatly to our knowledge of dyeing and calico-printing, nrtlftctel manures, and the dispos al of sewage. further than this, he is one of the great eh impious of Spll Itusllsm, lie was knighted In Iff?, He is the president of the Royal society, while other scientific societies and in stitutions in many parts of the world have showered rewardi upon him. Mrs. William .1. Ctvan. wife of the gs retnr) of state, u yean old today. lalvvaid .1 Hirwind, prominent Am- erics n capitalist, II roan old today. ,i. w iMuir Chapman, noted Preeby- terian evangelist, '.."i years old today. Charles I'lohman, Aincriia's leading theatrical nmnagsr, t yean "id today. Tommj Burns, tot mi r chaaipton he iv , weight pugilist of the world, 3,1 veils nl I I ida v Ctaudo PMBsrnaa, left holder of tin Minneapolis American Association baseball team, S3 years old today. BIGGER THAN VATERLAND. It Is rather surprising that the Va t rland mild not get in ami out of Xew York without tumbling tl ings topv -turvy when T. U. did it SO easilv. Kansas City Journal. Air Craft Are Used by Army In Mexico; Aviator Making Report fapfgssg , Hffif' ft ... Mk. : ' I'hotos copyright, 11)14. by Atucric..n l'r. itnui. AEROPLANES sn proving of dlatlnel utility to the AttMrtcag army in Mexico rienanl Punaton is aging than eonataatly t" keep track of the movements of the Boarta forces. The Ulustratioa (top picture) shows an aviaior coining asbon in a hydroplane after a nconnolter ing trip, and at the bottom is Lieutenant Mustin, an army aviator, maklaj bki report after retuniiiig from SCOUting over tbg Van CrtM iUburba. What Hauls the Street Cars f all the thousands ami thousands of people who dailv ride upon the etc -Iri. street ears of our eitMS and the last census showed that 12111,14 111 fares were rung up i.i IP19 only a few und' island what hauls tin- can along '.lie rails. it is iasy i sough to understand ths steam mtlrood system, A team sa glvx gmanted an wheel-, i; bitched to a number of i srs, The steam engine part of the locomotive Is , ouph- I to the driving vvlctls and WhOfl tli" Btt gins is started the wheels htm ami ins uain moves, inn the i let tr ttr . ' , i r is unite another thin, ni l vastly harder to understand, in s vague wsj we know ttuM it m driven by electric power which is enrried, in pome mvs Mrious amnner, on tin trolles wires. Lei us take a car BPOft, Rgttntlvelj rpeaking, and sea just BOW it Is K ide, Beaenth the ordinary street ear you win nhd two io lour powerful electric BMton geared dlncttj to the BXiS of the car trucks. These motors dlffei somewhal from orddnnrj electric mo tors in their design, but the) opente oxa tiy the same at the electric motor Which drives an office fan, the eeWHM machine or vacuum cleaner m the hOSBe. These motors are v, rv power fill and arc almost oompietei) hidden fioin sight iu the trucks beneath the ear. Porch Shades Summer Air for Summer Glare? Let Down the Vudors! Don't just exist tne nealtn and vitality that fresh, free air will give! Get th air shut out the glare ! Vudorize your porch with Vudor Porch Shades. Make it a dining room. Feel the appetite the air gives when thj gtm'fl OflfafYfe. Make it a bed room and know the deep "one session" sleep the Air brings. It rests, vitalizes, gives you the punch next day. IfS y Tii" electrical energy for driving tic treet ear., is sent out over the trolley wires, This electrical power Is gag)' crated, oi made, in the central power house, or i' amy be transmitted from Mmc nearby watei power development vvin re i is sner v of the fatting mater :s changed into electricity, The mi ivy wire i ; lusponded above the stnel from pole- ami guv -wire-. The ,i,c :;i,it is kept on the trolley wires b suitable InsUUltOrS, of glaBS, porcelain or compost tii n, over which ths curronl caanot travel, The electrical current BOWS Snail) and smOOthJ) along the nolle, wire, Uka water in a pipe) al- I hough it cannot i,e seen, Wherever tins copper trolley win extends the electrical power Rows ami is always rend) to drii s a trolley ear. Bach trolley car is provided, with al trolley pole and a trolley wheel at the end of tin pole which tuns along the Uttder side of the lit !lev wire. Tile electrical lower from the trolley win HOWS through this wheel ;.IU down the trolley pole to a heavily insulated ca ble concealed in the top af the ear. This i, aide entries the BMctrtcitj to the "controller" in the front ol the cm. The controller is the ma bos whi n stands i'! front of the motorman. At the top of thai l" X an- two ksvan, The mailest lever hi seed to turn on und . the current supply ami the turner LIVE this summer in your porch and gain GLASS BLOCK. STORE CO C A L U M E T BLAME CRASH ON NEW ROUTES Change in Ship Lanes Responsi ble for Collision New York, June 17. A force r .-on ship writ hi.', riveters and plate niters bagaa today i repair the dnmaged port bOa of the Ainciiiaii bn. r Ken Yolk, WBMll was In (olllslon nm, ,, l'r. pui. i Salnrdav, ml ii was an -noille ed thai the ,steamshi, v.ould be nadv lo MBVS on its regular cheduled lime I'rid.iv morning. A survcv of the damaged New fotk soon after it leach'd the pktr vest, dgy dMOlunsd no serious breaks result . Ing from tin" oolllafng early Batarday, The b. le made by the I'reloria i: ftboul thirty -two feel kapg and (Uteeu feet deep. a recenl h inge in the steam hip lanes may hav e le en responsible fur ths colMaton. Qaotaia Roberts In .1 tntcmsal Bald than was a dhTsnn of about tweni.v -five miles between old and the new snstward lanes, and 1 hat the Pretoria was pursuing the old lane Instead of the new. the former be ing the same as the new westward lane which the Ne, York was correctly fol low in . at the time. he 'ii' m passengers are iff ntfBfttH in their praise Of fapiain Roberts and his clew. Thai there was no pnnlC was due tu Hie warnings sounded by th.. stearards thai there wag no danger, Then was the usual acramhat to decki of senntlly 1 lad passengers ami many amUalng ncideilts were related todav . Two I'm nun who had strapped mi lift preservers rushed f r the deck onl) ;.i beoorns wedged in the 0001 01 the rabl la. Their cmjs tor help brought a woman pa men per, who aotthed the baker ami his mate of their plight, iii were released with barrel staves 1 in. levers. "THIS DATE IN HISTORY." I'M.' Rite of .Montreal consecrated bv the Superior of the Jesuits. 170,, John W'tsley. the founder of Method Mnia born in RpWOTth, Bng land, Hied in London, M.u, h I, 17ft, 1711 Joseph Addison, famous Bktgllsh v 1 iter. died. r,,,in in HiTj. 1171 International Penes Jubilee opened in I'.ostoli. 1179 Ifanlmum number of laahes per- aUtted in the lliitish army 1. ducod from "i to m, IStfl John Qllhort. noted actor, died 'n Roston. Horn ghere, Feb. lsio, 1891 Duke "f York (now King George Y.) took his soiU in the House of Lords. ' 1 :'' TaUu forte bombarded ami de stroyed by the allied SQundrona, Columbup, . has adopttid a new 1 haiter providing for non-partisan ballot in municipal eleetiens. is used t" control the current, or lu "feed" it to the mot ra beneath the ear in an) quantity as desired. When the motorman turns the controller handle a few notches a ce'rtalR amount f electricity i- allowed :' (low from the overhead trollo) wire down tin- pol through the cable and control box, i tie atOton beneath the car. The car Starts and the motormun turns ill" handle further, feeding the motors in re current, and the car picks up to its regular running speed. Tin- sleet ricnl gurrenl apws to tin ear over the Irofley wire. After i' tlovvs through the par, via the cables. through the controller, the resistance and tin motors, it Mows out of the csr through the iron wheels find back to tin power bones along the steal mils, t has completlna the pin alt.