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ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE WEATHER. Untett'ed weather tonight and Friday. Probably showers. VOL. XXIII. CALUMET, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE 18, 1914. NUMBER 206 ADMINISTRATION OFFICIALS DOUBTFUL NOW OF SUCCESS BUTTE INSURGENTS WIN BIG VICTORY IN VOTE ON CARD ISSUE;WILL FORM NEW UNION OF MEDIATION PROCEEDINGS . : HOBBLED! Believe Mexican Delegation Is! 2222 .-w... .w v. ..HWIIUI .. c miM .TT,,.nr m , ltl , U, a. mArxCO AMIIUUE rLAInj Has no Intention to Attempt to Influence Permanent Elections-Still Favois Constitu tionalist tor Executive. Niagara falls, fame II. mar was a I wmk carlv reply t the atatetoenl night by Bknltla Rs hi delegation. Rao mi a paraphrase of tii Justice Lb lotay oil a ISNIICll lllSl of Um Mm i'm statement memorandum telega tea last Hiit the in States OB a given t t li American Friday, which dw tared sistenee of the Fnitcd Constitutionalist for provtalonal presi dent would be "tantemounl to abetting ami oven exacting fraud ami violence at Um elections." It was made known that tho Ana i, can dclcgati s answered almost imme diately the memorandum from Rabe- a, It is said to declare tliat the Mex ican delegation had not taken info aou rhleration the fact thai the Inited States had no candidate! for perm nent president of Mexico, that under no circumstances would the American government he a party to any influ ence In the elections of any country. Its preference for a Constitutional!! t for provisional president was due wholly to the conviction that a man from thnt party must he taken in ol der to Insure the disarmament of all factions that otherwise would menace the new Mexican government if the man was not satisfactory to the Con- i ;t ntionalintH to aueoeed Huertn. The Mexican delegation gave out a report from then- eoMul at B Paeo, lnimtnc- that tvvetiiv faiamZa Off!" clggg had been shot by Villa's men in connection with the forcible seizure of the business Kfli.cs of Ha ,..nstitn tionalist government at Juarez., ami that a number of women were placed in .tail nloiiR with the men taken. Doubtful of Mediation Success. Washington. June iv While admin istration officials sold thev still hoi"',' for the Htio essful outcome of media tion, they were more doubtful than they hart been at any time probably since the conference began. Wilson In determined that the man approved by the Congftttutloruilleta be choeen provisional president. Official! ' to the president lei I that RabaU is holding out for Hiterta adherent. White house officials said that when wmtm ..f thai American del. to Rabaaa'a note la publiahed will be sufficient to exptnln the a lion the attitude of the United BtatM f WILL AGAIN LEND CASH. Secretary McAdoo to Use $50,000,000 Moving Crops. Washington. June B " ' icdoo neain stands ready t" lend hand to western and at cithern bsaka In case thev need money for Crop-HlOV-lag purposes. The plan of lending gov ernment money to the banks in Bgrt i nltural districts for use durlni crop movlnir HeasoM last viMf was so gUC' it ...ill 1... iidol'tcd this . -1 1 1 1 mm ii - e n- if ttie tieoessit v arisen u i a ,.. treasury de ngW) loooeii li J i . irtmenl last year w is - . '1 '"sl Iv BV commercial pap. r, and all th i u.i i.. returned to onowPU liume.v o. i ' the tieaHiirv April I. tOgl thef With i ..,,.,.. . in 1 1 1 IHO i. The to- i ll amount loaned to haul s as l w.-. i i r.n t , I aa banks " M ' i of 28 states. s'e. ret My McAdoo announced he would lend MMi l "" much wim not Moiight In fc' that that tlx i . tai si i laady to b i d i as i "HO (inn mill had the bank- much A th larmlng sections demanded that much money CALUMET BUSINESS MEN. The Tnlumet Itusiness Men's SSBO einti.tn twill h. .1.1 refill;. I tin Friday evening in the roofJM of th "alumet Social club In LaurlttOI Th attendance of all membeii desired as Important business OOSgg up for consideration. to Rl eLE8 FOR NATIONALISTS. Hublin, June 1". Iarge goantlth "f rlllea and ammunition were land, durlnar the niuht on the Connemat liinil ti.l mi A h the N " v ill wruirin m "onaliat Volunteers. Tin rltV f the latest American latum VILLA SENDS AN ULTIMATUM TO GEN CARRANZA He Demands Recognition as Su- preme Military Commander Ragle Villa has !arranss .ration i braaehea ernnten i . Peas, Texas, .June presented an uttin demanding t he aba if the Civil an of the Constttntli was the suustatu patches recolvi I at the (' alls" he obpiar - I : at " ed'- i .ci;r:i today. A CXHUSSitte of tlu Ihccrs is said to bs in conference witii 'ar raass at galtiHe, presenting villa' - plan. Aici.rdin: to ConStltUtlonalUg tli ctala at Piadras Waging Villa agieat to r gataa Carraoaa as his auperlor. provided Cgrraaaa accordi him reeot;- altlon as supreme military chief, TAFT'S SON TO MARRY. Will Take the Sistor of His Classmate as His Bride. Beaton, June is. Oaata ngagg baa the month of roses shown its irresisti ble power for romance, for it has btOUghl the announcement of the an ingcnannl "f Miss Martha Bowera ami Robert Tail, aofl of ine former presi dent, and of their marriage next Oc tober. Miss Bowers is the daughter of the late Solicitor and Mrs. Lloyd W. BOWetf, Mr. Tail and Mi.-s How em have been gutsl friends ever atme he was a otassBBete of her brothel at Yale, and she a cl.r smale of Miss Hel en Taft at Hrvn Mawr. Mrs. Howers. however, ptcferred that tlu-y should not mam until Mr. Taft had become a fllll flodgafl lawyer. .'-"Ut Mis BOON ers made her ggbaH in Washington so i ietv and Mr. Taft went on energeti cally with Ma study. It was very re cently that his shingle was hunK out in e York and then Miss ItoWers took matters Into her own hands, and since her mother is in Kurope, her self announced her SllgagagMnt MUNSEY PAPER SUSPENDS. Philadelphia Times Failure, Its Owner Admits. Philadelphia. Pa., .lime 1. The nlm Times, tin- nail) stanee nsra Crank A. Mtinsey several ears ago In -, tuspended publication. A .sikii"'' statement i: Munsey gives the rag s f.r its disi ontlnuance. Every sndertaklng la an experiment until it crystsllisea into a success. I he Evening Times has never passed cup f the expertmei lal stave, and there is . . . i.... 1,1.... ;iu ,t... n, evidence m fiih i""""- hag so in the mar future:' the state ment reads, "if II were assuring the lenrins if success were arltkln the I 1,1 eon. SWI 'd a ICIC-' I', -', tlnue Its publication, and back It SOU- rousiy. itut the Bvening Tim I hasn't lo it. Not succeed. wot l ed out. that's all there i inn eMMfimcnt is horn t Phi- Evenlnfl rimes is ssjreiy one u l,v the wayside and the them that la world goes on merrily all the MIM, PASSENGER CONFIRMS CAPT. KENDALL'S COLLISION STOHY. Quebec. June IS.-At the impress Ireland inquiry today, OlOrga Smart paaiangar on the ist steamer, cm- fnnied Captain nmnnmum Ihat the Kmpress was practically sta- at the time or the collision I .1.1... ' ..f llll ,. ol, the s!l, USt HI I in- " ' Hlsion. he said, was not sever At- bad ter John Black, another passema ..; i i nmt Mersey ruled li wmild """ ..... f no v.,1,1,. ,i examine au s,.,,,ud Engineer men- passengers tbe next wlt- nan of i ii.. Emi ress was age .. a,- ...,,.w. i Haieht. tor ine omei stad. Startled the commission with the uueinenl thai he had aasm ; bi Qoaitermastsr Oowaj oa im r.m- tbal on the atgm m ""- pr.ss tier ataerma , ir was in tooh the stand and re- law " . .. in i,,. pudit ;,,,. l..waVs story. . this afternoon. nut UTH GOLFERS TO PLAY U FOR COLE CUP ON JUNE 27. Northland Cub To J' Houghton on On-gam.ng Links. l,b.b '",,v of the Sorthland covntn o.- ,,, Hoimhtnn and nun te Willi me . the Portage I Lake cluh for ' handsome trophy do- I... I cue. i . . . . . .. n 1 . I vra and the com- tlo- 1 inK I rlaue l.ai'' e . .. .,, ..Ill be in defense of the iio- . , , ,. mn.l be won I II I ft in hlc , in i ,.r,,ie il becomes , , essinli bel'Ti the per- Sll ..... 1 1 ..I anv i'iuu. insnl pioperq " GOOD WORK BY SHIP'S CREW AT CRITICAL TIME Passengers of trYilhelm II Describe Scenes Aboard After Collision Southampton, .June IV The Kaiser WtlbeHa It, entered the docks today. Divers begSJi to examine the hull to ascertain the extent of the damage sus tained below the water line in the cid llalon yestciday wilh the steamer Jn- cemore. The da ma fa to the upper works apparently w. s only tHlllOg. Ar- raagemanti were mads to transfer the passt agera t ti e imperator. The lirst-class dining saloon of the Wil helm was badly dsiuged with water. A. tl. Kantcs Of CsJiiOCnia, said: "I was in my cabin and heard I wninil like a ragtoti of a cannon The stow - .mi entered Immediately and asgan apaakini Qerman. i said I wanted to iraea but he poshed ma out, saying they were QSOOlng the water tlKht compartments and H 1 i ui net hurry I would he shut in. "When i reached the deck i found the til m t and sc. ond-class passcimers bahavtng very coolly, sot. tbsra was meat escltlment among the steerage Women were shrieking passengers ami crying, and men running aimless ly and Waving hands. "1 can't understand how the colli sion occurred because our tog signal was Bounding all the time. We w el e almost at a standstill and had Just started tiinvliiK again when we were struck." i. m . Yon Bchlliingi of Virginia, said he was on deck when tne colli sion occurred. The discipline on the AVIIhclin was perfect. Ufa oati were cleared Tor lowering within ten min utes. The sers Wi erahle paaoenf Ilrst and Becond-Ciasa passen ro aim but there was COBSM ommotlon among the steerage IS who welc provided With life belts. The Wllhelm stopped lor half an hour after the collision while ine in. aanora slipped back into th and did not see her again " Steamahip Goes Ashore. Wevmoiitb, Bng June is. fog I'm , Id,, KlleloW. with 102 passed Kers, went ashore on the rocks at the -- ,,r blah cliffs dominating Blackner of Portland Bill, in a tog, vessels are in the vicinity is no danser to passengers Hay, wast Plenty of and there or cres FEAR ANOTHER ERUPTION. Residents Movinq From Vicinity of Mount Lnscn. RaaMtngi f'ui.. June Ig.- Paarlggj widespread disaster as the result of an eruption of Mount Lassen, the Ameri ggg volcano, settlers In the territory nhoiit Die mountain are leuvtmr by urorev. on Tuesday I . rest Superln ISSjiettl RggMggJ Issued a formal notice ararnlag visitors ggawat spproaebkag the craters. The uupcrvlsor admits he was mlstnkcn in supposlnif the erup tion only the manifestation of a PUT Her. He said Lassen Is a geOUfjM, a -Uve volcano which ma. burst into Ki . Star ioleiic. at any ggCSgeaL. 1 1 1 f INSURGLNTS BARRED FROM THE MODERN WOODMEN MEETING. Toledo. .. June IS. At tho Modern w in dmen convention today the report of the com mittee on credentials was ac cepted "alter a stormy session The report bins frogg tgO BOO veation tne oontaetlng insurgent delegates. The vote was to IgK, In consequence, upon the adoption of the repot t, adjourn men! was taken until this evening. ROOSEVELT SAYS HE WILL NOT RUN FOR GOVERNOR Southampton, June is. w id make ." Slid run for just one 'oi. Rooa toy srnor Km s. i chill win! assistant to the lln diately. Colonel diseaas i w ill pl'cv . reference, t.. politic m It here. "I w dl not of Xew Yori:." !: suffered a sharp attack of mi the tender, lie decline I and crossed the gangway i unaided, but retire. i immo' Philip BjCQgaVell said the i is not sufferinu from any I the larnxx, hut weakness nt him from apeaklng in x- Posed places. T. R. to Sail on Imperator. London. .Mine It, When Roosevsll arrived ..I the Waterloo station toda tn lake the regular steamer train for Bouthampton to return to the United Slates, a large CrOWdM friends fath ered to bid him farewell. The Colonel arranged to embark on the Imperator, Roosevelt's Voice Fails Him. London, lane is .Colonel Theodore Heooeveli is suffering from an affec tion of tin larynx as a direct result of the hardships he endured in his receni Braslllsn trip. The affection will sf fSOtttally I i . vent him from Ittktng par' as an orator in the political campaign in the United States this fall and com pel him i" exercise the greatest care for some months to cOUM. "This is my answer to those who amnted me n' into a oampalgn," ggdd Colonel Roosevelt in describing the condition or his throat, "if snyene expected tin to do so. I cannot now.' WHITE WOLF IS REPORTED TO HAVE MASSACRED 10,000 Musggfha . June laV Heporta have been received that the ' White Wolf" brlRands bad c.ptured and sacked the (i(y ,,i Tso fhow. gaaaaaMsrerng HM4 Chinese There was no contirmaiion here of the report, hut uneasiness was felt anient toreij.ners he a use the re port also said that the mission butkU Inua then were burned. It is known that the ' White Wolf" band hud been operating In that vicinity and IfUSJoeUl reports of out rages have been receiv ed. EX SENATOR HISCOCK DEAD. ("via. use, X. Y.. June IS. I'otnn i United States Senator Krank Hlscock la dead. ATTEMPT MADE TO BLOW UP THE CZAR'S TRAIN Mail Train Preceding, imperial Coaches Damaged by Explosion Berlin, June made near Tm to blow up the g, An attempt was bttdOVO, Russia, todav. Russian Impel i il train carrying the emperor of Russia and family. According to dispatches from st. Petersburg, a postal train pn- nsedlng the imperial train as a pilot, struck a bomb and i a used it to ex plode. Many cn.i Ins of th. mail train were shattered and gSVorol per sons in.iuied. The imperial train pissed the sst a few gatnUtagJ later and arrived at Taarsh Bolo without further inci dent. The Imperial family was on their ay freSH Kishinev OH B return jour ney from a recent visit to Kin Chartea of Ruanaals si Kustendja Report Officially Denisd. Sl. Petersburg, June IS. That an attempt was made to kill tin- Russlag Imperial famtly is ofaktmlly denied. The wreck of the postal train was due In a defect In the locomotive. Three employes were Injured. NEW PAPER MONEY SOON. Federal Reserve Notes to Be Distinct ly Different. Washington, I . '., .June Is. Mil lions of dollars wreath of paper money of a new type will be put into circula tion upon t he establishment of the fed eral reserve banks within the next f,w weeks. Undsf the federal reserve hank act each or the twelve federal hanks will receive advances from the federal re serve DoarO in tne mrm Dl leoerai i. lervs notes, a distinctly new sort of paper money. Commercial paper will be I be collateral adv anced hy the various banks as security for these notes Comptroller of the Cetrreacy Will iams has samples of this n. vv paper money now under consideration. At his roqnsst, Joseph Ralph, director of the bat eau of engraving and print -ins:, prepared notes of $',, lf, $-0, $f,a and 1M denominations and these hav. been aubmlttsd t.. gseggtan MsAdgo. GOV. EBFRHART LOSES IN MINNESOTA G. O. P. PRIMARY BY FROM 1 500 TO 2.000. St Paul. Minn.. June IV Covernnr Khorhart went down to defeat In his ptee for the Republican renomlnation for governor and W. C Lee, his op ponent, was victorious by from LJM l '.'.eon votes, pajdgjfggj from returns tonlaht from the statewide primary elect ion. practically assured. Interest centers in the contest for the Iem..cratlc guber natorial nomination in which Con gressman W. S. Hamond and DmM Liwl.r were runnlnfl; close. F. AUGUSTUS HEINZE DYING. New York. June IS. P. Augustus Heinz, the copper m mnate, is dv insr SAYS THE G.O.P. WILL SWEEP THE STATE IN FALL Lansing Newspaperman Here Pre dicts Republican Landslide A republican landslide at the polg nest fall which will place the Q. n. P, Sndidate In the governors chair b on,- ,,r tin- late st mat. r.t n-s in the history of the sorts in Ml nican. is predicted bj Donald A. Havden, of Lansing, a former Upper p. alUSttla Bawapasornaan. w ho has been a ggggg ber .,; the editorial' staffs ot the Ie- arolt Pbsa Paeeseuad Th,- aHate Journal at Lansing, for the last two yeurs. Havden. who Is visiting friends in the Bop par country, asserts that reports i.a bin:; Ianslng trom all over the Male indicate the almost complete amalgamation of the republicans und progressives. "While fjovernor Punia undoubtedly will receive a large number of republi can votes in the copper country and elsewhere In the upper peninsula, due his handling of the copier mine Strike situation that Is a condition that doeSi not obtain throughout the Mate," said Ha.vderi. "Many lower penlnSUhl republicans when spcakinv privately, will admit that IVrrls bus made an excellent executive, but in arne breath they will declare that below the straits he will not obtain tnali.v votes from outside of his own party, Tbey bach up their statement with the declaration that lapllblllOII voters realize that while thev may ad mire Ferris and approve of his conduct In office thy cannot run the risk of endangering the party's sanuaeag for success in the national election in ill! b anl.ng In the rc-elei lion of a deino- ratio executive. Political observers, not gab tested dsepty in partisan strife, incline to this belief as they point out that it is known thai the result of the l'JM election will exercise considerable influence in the national campaign two years hence. "Oovernnr i'errls also will be on trial for tin- seta of the Wiis..n ad ministration. Whether or not tl.is i Just is an Og SB ipiestion. hut the fact remains that many will vote gggsbMH I'crris in an effort to express their disapproval of the national admin is tr.it. on. Southern Michigan is aflann With lev-oil against Democratic poll Bias, vvbiib apparently have turind what otherwise anuaM have been proeperoua year late a period of loan- nrs. and depression. The stlliar heel knduatry, sf groat importance to tin- lower peninsula, has been practice 11 ruined this has aroused the farmers. In the cities work is slack, and there is a Feeling sf sesstmlem in the air These factors are contributing to fur ther heighten the workiagane n'i ssls- trust of Wilson and his Ideas. "In the primary campaign for gov ernor Mr. Mall mil. lie is the favorite ill th" lower peninsula, according to reports brought to Lansing from all sections of the country below the straits. "In the upper peninsula, IMarl in.lale sentiment is gaining and from present Indications, he should carry practical ly all of the counties north of the Straits as he did in the primary of IMS, Leaders, who remained in the party's ranks at the time of the Hull Moose revolt and others who followed Roosevelt, hut who now have return ed, are uniting in advocating the can didacy of the sectetarv ,,f state, who they dc lare. Is the logical candidate to unite all sections of the party so that If will present a solid front at the fall election." GOVERNMENT STARTS SUIT FOR $50,000,000 OIL LAND Southern Pacific and Standard Oil Are Among Defendants. Los Anueles. Cal., June IS Suit was tiled by the l-'eih ral government in the United States district court here to re cover oil lands valued at more than ag0Sj,SSJg in Kern county. California, from the Southern Pacific Railroad COggggggy, the Standard Ml I ..nipanv and lift other corporations and indi viduals. The area iv 107.H99 acres. This is one of the series of suits in o'liiitv instituted bf the government to recover lands which It maintain- gajeg fraudulently old. lined by the railroad company, in violation of the provisions of an act of Congress in IMC, supple mented Bg a Joint resolution adopted In lR'O. The act of Congress In IXfifi granted large tracts of agricultural lands to aid the building of trans. ..n- tinental railroads, but withheld mineral-bearing lands. The government alleges thnt frnml was perpetrated when the lands gmfg patented hy the railroad agents, know ing that the land involved was min eral-hearing and therefore exempted by the uct of Congress. Miners Decide by Overwhelm ing Majority, 6,348 to 243, to Abolish System of Show ing Cards at the Mines. ALL MINES MAY BE CLOSED Federation Faction Threatens to Gall Out Affiliated Bodies and Attempt General Shut Down in the District. Btttto, Mont., June Ik Two meet ings of insurgents of the Hutte local of the Western fudjaiailiai of Miners will be held today and tonight at which a report of the voting on the gueeejen of showing cards of the Western l-'ederalion at the mines will be ollleially announced. Two aSCOt" inns are necessary because of tWO shifts at the mines. The voting us announced early was Vbtt in favor of abolishing the card showing, and 1143 in favor of the cards. The meetings also will consider what action to take in regard to or ganizing a new union. The insur gents announced that in the interest of peace there will be no parade to day in celebration of the overwhelm ing victory of the rescinding of tho rule regarding the cards, which was on,, of tin main causes of the split in the union. Mines May Be Closed. "The vote in favor of abolishing the presentation of cards at the mines will result in the formation of an indepen dent organization. There will be no af filiation with the Western Federal ion," said William o'Hrien. who will be tem porary chairman of the meeting:. In a statement u committee of the Hutte miners' union said the operators will respect the contracts with the Hutte union, and if an Independent union is formed, will call out the en gineers and other atflliated. This will lose the mines. At one of the meetings of the se eeders hold yesterday a former miner in the lUack Hills attacked the hones ty of the officials of the Western Fed eration of Miners. "There was $."iio.Oih raised in Butte and other unions for th it strike, but how mm h of it did we get '."' he nsked "These smooth guys from Denver had g gav time while Ve were starving, and that Is how the Western Federa tion of Miners does business." The crowd was getting impatient and Dan Shovlin's motion that the meeting adjourned to meet at the rail of the executive committee was car ried with a rush Before going tho miners were advised to stand firm, and as the miners flocked out they shout ed: 'No More Federation." "We'll do her. hoys; no more Fed eration for us." Hradlcy, u member of the inter viewing committee, said at an outdoor meeting: "Hoys, this Is not a moment to listen to hotheads What we do must be right, liet's see if we can get all the miners to stick with us in our fight against the union and Federation, and if not, let us go beat, for we ,an not have any strength when divided." OtM gpeaker said that the ballots on W--i.ru l-'eil, rat i-.n oACOrg never would be counted, for tiny were de stroyed. "Mover and his gang always waited until all other Im a Is reported their ballots and then Hutte gave bini enough to e'ect him.' he said. Strong For New Organization. The seceders in n Statement issued last night reviewed the causes of dls mtiafs tion in the miners' union. They accused the officers or employing ex OonvtCta t deport miners who ob jected to the officers' ruling. They also alleged that sick and death benefits have not been JWlld. Xir.ety per cent of the local union, Bi ording to the seceders, are In the crusade to establish a new organisa tion. The statement closes hy M intr there is no intention of involving the mine owners in the present troubles. RECEIVER IS ASKED FOR EX-SENATOR LORIMER'S BANK Chicago, June IS. Application for a receiver for the JKvSalle street Trust and Snvings bank, the Iorimer-Mun-day Institution, was made today hv Attorney Oenernl Lucey. in the Cook county circuit court. The indltlon la based .m the report of the bank ex aminer, showing a depleted condi tion of the bank's assets.