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MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL TODAY'S NEW8 TODAY HP HE WEATHER. Fair ton.ght and Wednesday. VOL. XXIII. CALUMET, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 14, 1914. NUMBER 227 WEST COAST OF MEXICO IN REBEL HANDS Evacuations, Occupations and Armistices Everywhere Re ported by Admiral DICTATOR WILL FLEE Huerta's Family Will Leave (or VeraCruz Today to Em bark on Steamer Ifaaatlaa, Mexico. July 14. (By glreteaa to Mm Dfagja) -Tin IMMI oat mi awaaUng tin- Pacific coast af .Mcxi. 0. I.'vat nations, occupations, armistices i-xt-liM mk" f prisoners m everywhere reported by Admiral Howard, commaadtag tha Agaarlcan HmL The ladlcatlOM arc thai uiili in a w.'ck tii, federals win be in p"s penalnn "t only Ma'.athm and Saliua 4'ruz among Hi'- InaportaiH ganrlaanad seaport, at Santa BoaaHa, aaialag pari '"i the afar aaaai .f latnar Cali fornia, iii federal! ami Conatltutloa iiii.xis beM eoafaaaaaa jAaaterday, de cided la bary the bate hat and make jmnt eauae with Corranaa. Thr aaaM procaadara la espactad la take ptaOC at lapa., another lawaf Cettfornui port, while at dual raw Iba Ml ta porta at point on the Qofef "f CaMferala, an armistice baa he n igNtl la expire at midnight July In tbi meantime several large mcr daal vessels r a tdnxtcaa line ara hetiaf rapid, and it is oapactad all banal troopg win go ut of Qaayaaaa ...... i m Ion 4iii.v. Moggatatlnag fiat ctfhai f "f prisoners began with the .f ,111 armistice. Colonel -net of : ho Zapatista forces Is reported to have taken ha rue, in the name of Ceaatltutloaatleta, or Aeapaleo, whata tat Moral aartiaow la small. Both federal and Conatttuttonal en- pfaaaa4 profuse thanks to tin-Am.-: 1 an engagaaadar there ror his aa ibtancfl in negotiating the armistice. Aaai l Howard's pottcy of strict aHtrality won laa oenfldenco f both 1 atet ting part ies. Rebel Capital at Monterey. u tdngtoa, July 14. Carraaaa has Moved his provisional capital to M OB ii'i.i front Saltiilo. Hueita's Fnmily to Vara Cruz. Mexico City, July 14. Huerta's fam ily. rdlai to reports pievahnt In the capital, is expected to leave for Vera Crua Home time today and proli al -ly wiil em hark on the steamer Fs paani which plies between Vera Cruz end Havana and Spanisli purls. A number of prominent Huerta ofBctala sin . . j v are aboard. Huerta Not Aboard Boat. Washington, July 14 Hueila was ni t nmong high ofllclal Maxlcaa rata fci'cs M'bo laabartid on the steamer ll'auiic at Vera i'ru. according to earl) dlspatcana from Qaaaral Fnaa- t 11 today. OSCEOLA FIRE DEPT. Automobile Trip Through Keweenaw County Enjoyed by Members. Headed ly Chief It. A. Rata and Pa eat .lolm I). Shea, the BMMBtban of I 11 la lire department enjoyed a splendid outing in Keweenaw covat) Naday, Throe autoaaoMlaa were pro vided for the trip and all of the prin cipal towaa of Keweenaw were flatted, Stop were also made at Badtta Harbor and Hopper Harban. The members of the departoaoai report Iba trip a hum at ceaa. BUSINESSMEN TO LAKE. The Calumet and La ttflnai Dualnaaa Haa'a Asaociattoa atfl meet at Lake Bladen at S o'clock this evening for t,:'' purpoee of fllanggglnfi matters of mutual interest with the businessmen Of the Torch Lake towns and lo sign "' bualnaaaaiau af Uike Linden and Habbell aa active mtmhmH iii Hn an " a full ; adaaaa la d-- Hir.-.l v . v ,, ... PETRAS HELD WITHOUT BAIL TO SEPTEMBER TERM OF COURT. Qanera, ills , juiy u. -" v Patraa, recently tried An- for "le iniirili.r ..f k 11 u ... " mm nwimn- ' 'hi- Aurora cim-tei y. M without hail today to Baptaaraar term of 1,1 'adejaa fartiPH, niunsor court a nil "v". The Inrv mMU,. tried ''ran for tba -1 ime dtaagrw d vv,,,k ati.r baang out 41 l"tir. : : : 1 YUM, YUM! j -y-r- .vo'tn-T---ig.r--.s 11 mw w r;ra'j.e'fTe'"iweeiWaarst.xu.'y ARE THROUGH WITH MOYER AND LOWNEY Butte insurgents Demand Elimina tion of W. F. of M. Officials llclcn.T. Mont.. July 14. -Anent the BMMtlnaj of lalor orajaalMtloa leaders in Helena, the Helena Itaoard aaya, "l-:iimlnation of t'liatlcs II. Idoyaff ns prcsicient ot tne weatern rcaeiK tton of Miners, and of j. '. Lowaay, as a BManbef of the executive com mittee of the federation, represen tatives of international unlona wili discover to he one of the chief ih - aauafa of the laaaraaad Batta miner. when they set aBOUl making their per sonal inveatlgol ion. "The majority of the insnr -rent min ers realize the imperative pecaaalty or belonging to ,-m afflHaaad union u -- said, hut insist they will nol belong to any union controlled by Mover or Lowney or by nu n ahom they cannot admire ar whoae motives they do got reaped. Conference Not Siiccessful. "Mj. Mover's coiiforfnce was not particularly aucceaaful, Bo far as can be harned tl gty ret resenlatlve of international anions that were praaattl were Kdward MclforTOH of the Street Car Kmployers' union. ThOWiaa K, Stack, of the atrUOtural iron workers, ami a repn-ycit 1 1 i of the linkers' union. Representative of the electri cal workers, tin- machinists, the ear-TM-nters, the blacksmiths, and the boil er makers were expected, hut failed to arrive. Propos.il3 to Representatives. "Mover proponed to tin- repreeenta- ttyag of the international unions, it Is siild, that they secure from the mln InR companies the recognition of tne Western l-'ederat ii'tl aa Of date of June II, the day before the troiiHr bagaa In Uutte: that after the companies hnd asreed to do huslness with the federation. It then proceed to hold a new election in Unite and allow every miner in the - amp a oaftain taggth of time 111 which to return to tin- federa tion allegiance. At the expiration ot the period, miners who hive failed 10 join the federation will 1- locked out of the mines ami Western V lemtlofl miners impoitcl to take their plaoaa." SENATORS NOT GUILTY OF PROMOTING GOLD MINE WaehtagtOn, July ll - The exonera tion of all aaaaton eoncarnad in Hm cluirKe of the misuse of official letter pnper for the promotion of a Xorth Carolina gaM mine, is roatalned la the iindincs or the laiualbjBlta 1 mlttee. The report holds the seniors boaglll stork In the mine as Individu als and made no use of the V offtotal positions for pffOggotlag t'omptro! ler of the f'nrrencv . William.", who ggjgfad in the Investigation as hav in;: aent a covernment expert to x.imine the mine, also is exonerated. TWO RUSSIAN AVIATORS KILLED Otchakov. Unxsia. Jul) 14. Two more Ttiissian nrmv gftatora, QapCalg Taaag pnjr and his giachanlctan, arare killed when their aeroplane collapse 1 duritiK 11 Might todav .;. .;. .;. v GERMAN AVIATOR FLIES 43; MIES UP INTO THE AIR, BREAKING RECORD, v Leapalgi Jfalj 14. - a new v worid's record for altitude m an aeroplane was established by Hanrtch Cdaricb, a Qayraaa v av iator, w iio roae today In a hi- v plane L'4.t;i0 feet, nearly four ami ;hree ipi. liters m i' v R. R. MEN WILL NOT ARBITRATE Representatives of 55,000 Engineers-Firemen Reject Plan Chicago, July 14 Repreaentat Ivea of .",.',,11110 engincera and tin men on nlnaty-elgbt western raiiro.-uis today iii- hired they would not accept ttrhi t ration of wage dlfferencea aadt r the Brdasaa act, bat would continue ne gotiations with employers. It is also announced the tirenieii and engineers Voted almost unanimously in favor of a strike, should their requests he re fused by the railroads. The raftaal to acoapl federal arbi tration i-; bgaad by the aaaployea ea tln contention that the rgllroadg would be bouad by the result f ar bitration, Repreaentat! vea of boCfc nldes wero In COaference this after- BUNGALOWS ON TOP OF TALL BUILDINGS Also Elevators That Will Run Hor izontally Are Predicted 1 Ml I ill ti. Minn., July 14 In his ad dress to the National Ass,, rial inn of Building owners and Managers, In session here. "f. A. Patterson, sei ic tary of the association and editor of "ItlllldillKS and r.ilildin:; ment." predh led it will he Of short time when big ofltat Manago 1 neattbf balldlaga will have (levators running not only from the street to the top. but hori zontally on the different floors. Patrons." he said, "will pay fnres on theee elevators ami gal iranafara from vertical lifts to the horizontal, I n : -1 as we it them on street curs. "They will pipe pure air from the count ty rhzht Into big city huildtnen and bum; 'lows built on the top of tall bultdlnga will house the (iwncrii In summer." A huildlne permit for such n hun t.I.iw h is already been taken out In rhleaRo. Mrs. P. V. Smith, of I lint. Mich., and two other women, each 1 manager of 1 building, re attending tho convention. ELKS ARE GUARDIANS OF 5,000 CHILDREN "Big Brother" Movement Success ful Club Feature Is Abused Denver, Colo July 14. Politics shot through li:- diversions of the twenty- eighth annual national re-union of the r., 1 1 v 1 leal aad Prote tlv trder af rn.s and the geddan jabltaa of the grand lodaje today. The ffftletb session of the grand lodge hrgag alth a throe -da) secret session. Among ether thinus it will consider the charges made by tiiaml Kxaltcd Ruler I. each, in his annual report, Upon tBO tendril, V of some Indues to develop the BOCtal or ,cluh" feature to aa extent in prohibition localities that iiiev have become subterfuge for saii lag liquor. Five thouaaad child dellnquenta have Dome under the guardianship id' Ml, i ffllha in Ml lodgea in IS states and QuaaV ..laska, Hawaii and Porto Rico since the Inaugaratlon of the E3ha Big Itiother movement in ItlS. An appropriation f llaMgg to -on-tlnaa laa won and incorporation or the ltig Brotat r committee into the uraml lodge ate urged h.v that com mittee in its report to the urand lodtfc The diversions of lie day bagaa with a parade. New Grind Exalted Ruler. Raymond Benjamin, of Xapa. Caii- lotnia. 'was elected grand exalted rul er of the Bka by an laaaatlon ANTILLA LEAVES TODAY. Joba B, Am 11 1, eeeratary of the Calumet local or tin Weatern Fadara- lion of Miners, and one gf the most promt nenl FMeratlon workers in the meant strike, left this afternoon for Fitch burg. Masa.. where he likely will make his future home. CAPTAIN DIES ABOARD BOAT. nuluth, Minn., July sender steam,-!' South Into port today With 14 The pas America came tlaus at half mast. t ! iptain W Itlam a McKay died on board the vessel at 4 o'cloeh this Morula of bean disease lf4Cay Ballad tho grant laU-s for twenty years. GRAND JORY TAKES UP CASE AGAINST MRS. CARMAN Minol i. I ., Jul 14. -The grand Jury today took up the ease of Mrs. Florence Carman, i hargnl with the warder af afro, Loo laa Haiiey, one of her husband's paiui.ts, who was shot !n his utlleo the niulu of June 30. I r. i 'arm. in w as the first w itness. I list I L t ttornev Smith said he was salislied will, In-. "'Milan's story and had (hanged his mind about ggklag him to sign a waiver of immunity. HANG8 HIMSELF IN JAIL. Chtcavn, July 1 1 With a rope made from atripa of beddinar. Peter FerRU son. nped slxt banged himself in the COaat Jail today. He wee eonvicted of forjrerv i ana i and aeatenced to the penitential v IRISH IN THE U.S.ANSWER CALL FOR AID Fund Will Be Raised for the Pur chase of Arms for the Nationalists APPEAL IS PREPARED House of Lords Favors Amend ment of Home Rule Bill to Prevent Clash New York, July 14. Arrangement." for the euftoCtlOB of a "sacred and in violable fund," to purchase arms for the Irish nationalists were made at a ma a ting in this cttj of the aaaoatlva committee of the lii.-h national volun teer fund committee. After a pro- mid session an appeal to the Irish people in tin- U B1 ted States for aid was pn pared. The appeal says that "Ireland needs a aoaad military oiganlagllon. well bralnad citizen soldiers and the most perfect weapons that can be obtained. With these she , ,,n age Ufa and protect her rtghia and liberties; without them she win be much at the mercy of Film land as when, after the dishaudment f the Orattaa rolantaafa, the ac t of union was passed by the most shame less bribery ami corruption m the a, rid s history. "Enxlund in Parnell's day treated Ireland as a single political unit. 1 tut today an Knulish Rov i-rniiH'til, which pi ,fi - ses fiieudsbip for Ireland, and exists only throbgh Trlsh support, pro aaaaa to cut off Dieter or portions of it, from the rest of Ireland, and thus pro long and intensify the rollgloaa strife, which has ,-ursed Ireland for three cen turies. The only means of preventing this infamy is tin- organization of BUCh American support of the national volunteers, as will compel the states men o Kngland to reoi:nlze that Ire land is one and indivisible." Amendments Only Hope. London. July 14. The House of Lords todav passed the third reading f the I, ,11 to aim-ml the Irish home rule bill ami sent it to the House of Commons for consideration. The Mar- litis of Lawadown, the tfatoa leader. reiterated that nothing short af the Uatoalat amendaaenta ooald avert the Imminent peril that was threatening. HONOR LEGION MEETS. Heroes of Army and Navy Who Have Received Medals, in Session. Atlantic City. . J., July 14.--One of the most notable gatherings of men seen at this resort in a long time men who have been officially recog nized by Congress for acts of gfagl heroism fhstrlag the Clil war. the Spanish war and at other times as- Bembled here today for the opening session of the I w ent v -fourt h annual Onveatloa of the Army gad Navy .Medal of Honor Legion, Tomorrow, lib-ers will Ih elected, and there will be a baniiuet, at which several promi nent militarv and naval men will be unoni; tin- speakers. CUMMINS IS OPPOSED TO CAMPAIGN FOR THE G. O. P. PRESIDENTIAL NOMINATION. Des Moines. la., July 11. An active impaimi for the Kepubliian nominn on for president should n it he made v anv Republican, aocordlag to a statement published her,- by Senator ummlna, who arrived for the Repatb can atiite eonention tomorrow, lie lid the national conventi Ml should carefully select its nominee." 'I h i-nator declined lo comment on the port he WOnld he a can li late for i h Republican presidential aoaaUM n in 1!1. BALLOON "GOODYEAR- WINS. St. mils, Mo.. July 14. The balloon Coo.lvear." pilot,-, 1 l.v ft, . Pres ton of Akron, Ohio, won the national Hmlnatlaa race to determine the third merlcad entrant in the International races for tht James Cordon Pennett up. which will start from Kansas Mty In October. The balloon Qooda year, wmcn atnuoa near mtmmmtm Ky , made approximately SOU miles. nearly twice the distance made by the next nearest competitor. GOOD GAMES SATURDAY. Calumet 1 Ahmcek nt Ahmeek. llecla vs lnkes at Lake ttabbatl vs Portage at llurontown. Above aTC the i;ames scheduled for Saturday in the C. II Hasehall leanue Some e, client contests are In pi oepeet. v v ! I v l I I ! I l l l I- GREAT GUN FOR CANAL : FIRES TON PROJECTILE v FOR ELEVEN MILES. Washington, July 14. A six teen-inch gun, the biggest piece of ordnance in tho world, des- v tmed to protect th Pacific 'I' entrance of the Panama canal, ; will be practically ready for v service when its breach-load- -2 ing device is perfected at the Watervdet arsenal. I Fifty feet long, it weighs 142 -I- tons and fires a projectile six feet long, weighing a ton, which discharged by 665 pounds of v powder, is calculated at a dis v tance of eleven miles to pierce v twelve-inch armor or any siOe I armor afloat. CANANEA IS IN GRASP OF LABOR STRIFE Mob in Control of Situation Auth orities Are Powerless Bagbaa, Ariz., July 14. cne panap- man killed and the t.nsest situation In the history of Cmanea is the por tion of the famous mining camp at present The military and civil au thorities and the civilians urg aware that a tempest is brewing and will not be surprised to see it break into flames at any moment accompanied by grave danger to all foreigners and n destruction af practically all of the above groaad proper ty af the compan ies. The killing of the pumpman at the Shtra de fJabtU mine several niKhts ggO is merely Indicative of the intense EboMag in Caaamaa, The mine is sit uated some two or three miles outside of tin- town and the advices state that the man was atabbad in the hack .and by strikers. The stores closed Wednesday morn Ing and have not been opened since that time. Bgob and every mine in the district is down, with no elgn of a lessening of the non-activity in tho camp. The pumpman was killed. while attending to his work was a Mexican. Nothing is known of gg tendencies. It also reported here that the only man workitiK at Cananea, at the present time is an American who Is manning the pumps at the main BhuUfL That his life is constantly in danger in Continued on 6th Page. 2nd Column. SEC SWITZER TO LEAVE CALUMET To Travel Through Europe in In terest of Y. M C. A. Work F. It. Swltzer, secretary of the Calu met Y. M. C. A., has tendered his res ignation to the beard of ttrectovu and expects to leave Calumet permanent ly about Sept. L it was announced today. On that date he will have completed two years as secretary of the local association. His successor has not been selected by the local dire, t, rs. hut state Barratarj U 1:. Baall of De troit, who is at present attending the Y. M. C. A. summer school and camp at lellM Geneva, Wis., and tleorue I. W'e.-terman, upper peninsula sc. retaiy. arc assisting the board and it is x pactad an announcement will be made soon. Mr. aTallaai WIS continue in Y. M C a. work. Baa Ha tag iba opportaalty for the association to work in the in dustrial field, he has planned to fg rota the next six or elwht months to study ing the needs in this department, upon his own initiative and plans a trip abroad, to BagMBd, France. QgfBggB and Italy w here he will spend as mu h time as possible with Industrial work ers to study their problems. He plans a bicycle tour through these lands and also considerable work m the great ahtpplag potts such as Southampton. Liverpool. Hamburg and SherbourKh. His l ommand of tin- l-'retu h ami C r man lanuaKes should be a great help lo him ami should make possible ex tensive investigation. The result of his lareetagattona win ba made known to tho leadinir association workers of the (ountry. ami also will be applied by Mr Switzer in future undertaking. Mr. Swltzer has made a splendid record while In Calumet and his de parture will occasion much ragged ii came to this city direct from the Y. M. c. A. eoMaaya in Qraaaaaa, gfaaajaj ba took 1 complete course and prior to that tunc had thWee year's expericm e in a.-so, let Ion work in Kansas City. De spite the depressed conditions aXggUag duriiiK n large part of the time Mr. Switzer has been in Calumet, due to the strike, the association has made n splendid record under his manage ment, having reduce, I the bills pay able 11 the current expense account from M,MI two years ego to 1850 on Of July this year. N. H. EVIDENCE IS MAILED TO PROSECDTORS Up toState Officers in New York, Connecticut and Rhode Is land to Act WHITMAN IS READY ,f Says Ke Will Investigate and Indictments Will Follow If Crime Is Shown Washington, July 14. The interstate commerce commission's sensational re port n the investigation of the New Haven railroad line was today hefore tlu Senate committee, which is work ing to frame togtagetjea lor the con trol of railroad financing. Interlocking directorates and other subjects con cerned in the investigation. Administration supporters declared many recommendations of the commis sion agreed perfectly with portions of Pruaaieaal TUaoa'a trust legislation program. The possibility of any criminal acts batag in violation of the federal laws is betas ooaaddagad by the department of Justice. c, ititied c opies af testimony and ex hibits evidence, nathered by the commission's examiners, were on tho way today to the distrn t attorneys of various Jurisdictions In New York. Connecticut ami Rhode island, inwhicii the New Haven transactions were car ried ,,n. The testimony and exhibits relate to such ai ts as the commission characterized as unlawful, but Upon which slate ,,!Im ei , it any , must act. Morgan's Last Words Quoted. New Haven affairs were brought up in the Senate today during a "proa peiny " debate between Gallinger, Re publican, and Thomas. Democrat. flalHaajac read a ettaaaaaga telling of the discharge of shop hands at Wit miiiKtoii. DaL Thomas retorted that Ins colleague might be cognizant of those who had suffered In the New Haven operations, as disclosed In the interstate commerce commission's re port. Thomas gnotad from tho late J. Pi ipomt Morgan's will the words in which the dead financier committed niv soul to the bands of my Maker." '"That w ould be a tit tin companion piece to the commission's report," concluded Thomas. Whitman Will Investigate. New York. July 14. Heavy selling of New Haven forced that stock to the new low level ,.f 34 '4 today, and the balance of the list was extremely fe verish. District Attorney Whitman issued this statement: "When these papers (relative to the New Haven) reach this office they will ba closely cYutlalaed, aad if we have any reason to believe any kind of a crime has be. n , ommltted by any per son connected with the New Haven railroad OT management in this coun ty, an indictment will follow, no mat ter who the person may he." FRENCH CELEBRATE FETE. Anniversary of Fall of the Bastil Is Commemorated Today. Paris, July 14. The French nation al fete, marking the anniversary of the fall of the Pastile, was celebrated today throughout the country in the traditional manner. As in former years the load tag event af the day was the grand military review at Long champs, which was attended hy Pres !den Poinearo and the ministers of state All the theatres of Paris gave fre- performances this afternoon, and there ware 1 mcerta In all the parks Under the auspices af the patriotic organizations the Straushourg statue in the Place de I 1 Concorde and other national memorials In the capital win- deioraied wiht flowers. FALLS TO BE FENCED. At the nspiest of Mine Inspector James, the st Mary's Canal companv, owners of the land on which the Houghton -Douglaa iiiis is situated will fence the grounds surrounding the falls. This precaution g) taken as a means to avoid accidents and to pre serve the natural scenery about the falls, win. h 's recocnlaod as one of the copper country's many benu'y spots. NOMINATION OF JONES BY SENATE COMMITTEE ASSURED Washington, July 14. Administra tion senators, after a canvass today, reported to the white house that the nomination of Thomas D. Jones of Chi cago to the federal reserve board will I" confirmed hy a majority of live to (en.