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CALUMET, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 28, 1914.
WAR IS DECLARED ON SERVIA
of Acquittal in Paris
Murder Case Is Rendered
Late This Afternoon
Faints When Opposing Counsel
Scores Ker and Presiding
Judge Adjourns Court
PARIS, JULY 28. MADAME CAIL
LAUX. ACCUSED OF THE MURDER
OF CALMETTE WAS ACQUITTED
Pant. July It. Tin- Caillaux mur
irl trial tod) started with sihc Ii
! Mouard Scligman, one of the al
terstyi rspreoenung the family of
Cihsette Mini mi' Catllaun look i
era ind ill when she was conducted
lnt the prisoner's enclosure.
Uftiune I'.ullaux again fainted q
MSI todaj .ind Judge Album- suk
liftiiltd tha sitting.
Seligmnn had iu lu(l l.
.Willi, ('in mi addressed the Jut v .ami
.mal.v nig of the a li i ipI'
feaame CallsWg M llM 'lay of tragedy
loo much for the prisoner, Bha
nBipsod ami ri in a heap.
Acquittal is Predicted.
Parisians look on the tnai of Ma
km Henrietta CalHaas lor the billing
tlgMttS :is a daily molo-
Imml Thara havs boon mysterious
i paporg and elusive photo
piabad love biters to give touch to
njstsi io Uie cuae.
in the foregroundi two sronacn have
nst each other Madame
CsdhttU, who thrillotl the uu.licnoe
lull nit room with a confession of
M thoughts and emotions before ht
h"t Calmetta, ami Madams GueVdnn,
ho moved her bearers ad 11 lore
strongly by the tragic testimony of
!l CalUaUg, a former premier
sf France, ami now the leader of tit"
Mdkal iroupf which govern the re-
pgbne, sprang at once into the braatti
bdsfenat of his wife, and (luring the
pr'" 'Inn has been confronted by
Mother former premier, Louis Bar-
The impression around the palace
"f Justice, qsjttaj without the sugges
MR of improper influences, A thit
Madaint Caillaux win he acquitted or
a i hort suspended lenti nca
h i the "pinion of old f unet lona r -'"s
ho, ai it were, smell out what
j'ir" I in- likely to do.
Una" remarkabla things have occur
N l tins trial nnd not the least in
M thn defied duel MmM the ,,r..i-
''" ! ' m t. Judge i.ouis Albanal
the other Indues. Louis
naaory, Ths dual awaits the decision
"f the minister of justice; meanwhile.
Mm I pass each other scornfully.
It x himself culled the counsel
f"r "'" Palmetto family .to terms for
" fgeatlon made In the court room
IN now wondering wheth
" "l" v p'enuer and M. t'henu, w h ,
"fed thai ha M not to he mc
"ill also meet at the sword
beated lugpajUiM iif flailiwiij was
"hi into oeart II, Cahaatta had
7rWd M. CatlMM with having he
" ' ' 1 " Wh interests in the Moioc
"Hair, and If, Caillanx told t!..
"J 'in: the Figaro, of which Cat'
m'"' aaa the editor, was owned
' inline; that Calmette had
the instrument of France's ene-
In i tualni discord to the Franca
W t with the nahri Aoen-
"r' 1,1 tha Rot hette aMktMJ frauds
J" "Hluem e of the ministers on
Mbl '"""s Pfofectitors. the re-
' " m imv i rnment hns In some sens,
Knew It Bafora.
1,1 H is only letting cats out of
JJWjnl haaa," the monarchists
w Unew It nil before, hut now
Vaofc" "f ,h ,nt" mnk0" VV'y"
' "" haa had its plaee in the
Cl """"""h the Insistence of
ht lW radical partisans that It was
1,r,'"s'iiK f tho Income tax that
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NOT TO FILIBUSTER
AGAINST TRUST BILLS.
Washington, July 28. Tho
Senate republicans, in confer
ence, decided not to filibuster
against the trust bills. They
are opposed to them, and will
say so in speeches, but the
main purpose is to bring ad
journment as soon as possible-
Consuls Instructed to Warn Reser
vists to Prepare to Return
Mam lu ster, Mass., Jul) -'V Dr.
'onstant ine Theodore iHimha, ambas
sador from ftuafrla Hungary to the
United Slates, has instructed consult
in this country to order all Ausir-
Hungarian rasa rv late wimsi where
ahouts are known to prapara to return
to the army. The ambassador is at his
summer home here.
"I shall order a gcnerul moblliza
lion of ail my countryman up to tin
at of in the t'nited States lot
their return to Austria," he said. "I
think UmN at about imio.O'Mi Auetrl
ims and Hungarians in the United
Provisional Regiment Planned.
New Yolk. July Z8. The one tapii
of conveisat ion in the Mutmari in
onies in the upper ami lower Baal
side, is tin war. A ItTOBf sentiment to
return to Hungary has spium; up.
A committee allcidy has been or
ganized to form u olunteer remim nt
tram this city.
Setians, too, are anxiously aw ait
Mfl news and apparently ate as i'ai.y
to return to their native country as
arc the Hungarians
Chicago Servians Would Fight.
Chicago, July N A lame contingent
of the Nyttf Servians in Chicago PfOh
ahly will return to. their colors to HgM
it was sanl after M.ral cut husiasl e
meetings had been held in the foretca
glBtlllll Many Oai'MMM will go home
to tight if their country hi InvoltaC
DIG RIFLE CONSIGNMENT
FOR IRISH NATIONALISTS
Dublin. July It. A cotismnnient ul
live thousand titles foT the llish Na-
tlaaallai Volunteers were landed itir
ing the night "ii the coast of Cvunty
More Rioting In Dublin.
Dublin. Jul) -V Rlotlag broke out
again last night but subsided without
serious icsults. The minor was afloat
that the Scottish borderers would en
train at the Amiens street station. A
gnat crowd, for the mom part Iron
the slums, surrounded the station. Tin
rioters amused themselves by stoninu
street ears. The borderers did not
Six hundred volunteers paraded
throttg the streets, a crowd of 4JHMI
following them, ganrchUlg in step ami
singing. I-Velings runs hih thiough-
Continued on 6th Page, 5th Column.
LAWRENCE, PAL OF R0DINS0N,
GETS 15-YEAR SENTENCE
rjrand Weplde, Mich . Jul It, Wal
ler Im a tsar a of Covlagtoa, Kj . was
sentenced to,la. to tlfteen ears In Mar
ffgJOtti prison for pai tb Ipathni in Hm
robbery and tiiple murder of the
Thomson yawt try store here kaat iep
Lawreni a Bgrreed to plead guilt to
manslaughter. According to Lawraw t
Lawrence Roblneon, who recentlj com
mitted luldda in Boston, whlk betai
tHed for hilling Inspector Norton, w IS
directly responsible for the actual
hOOtlng of the three men.
OVER $10,000,000 IN GOLD
SHIPPED TO EUROPE TODAY
New V,,rk. Julv N, The liner Kroii
n Ijlgggglll Ceetl sailed tod. i with six
million dollars in gold consigned 10
London bankers, and fottl niillioti, six
hundred thousand to Paris. It is the
argent atngta koI,i shipment ttnt
made from Anieri i a Kulope.
The f IWanlg which sails to mor
row, will carry about tight million in
gold. Hunkers laid the gee demand
for Kohl export almost entirely to the
war scaio m BUTOga
DONE BY FLOOD
Fifty Families Made Homeless
and Two Drowned by Rush
of 10-Ft. Wall of Water
Fitteen Business Blocks and
Many Houses Swept Away
or Badly Damaged
Tellurtde, Colo., July .'v Two per
sons were drowned, iffty raralllea ma i
homeless ami fifteen buslneai blocks
ConptislBl one hundred buildings, pat
Uatty wrecked late yesterday when ;
ten-foot wall of water, originating from
H cloudburst, desi ended thlough tlx
canyOB, broke the dam and tlooded tin
The damage is estimated at threi
NEW TRIAL FOR
Another Chapter May Be Added to
Seeberville Murder Case
Runaors circulated toda) that a m
Hon tor a ne.v trial for Kdwin Pol
laghorne, Joah Cooper, YVdlinm Davla
and William Qroff, I he four deputies
Convicted in circuit conn last fall of
the Seeberville murders, would soon b
tiled, lacked on II rnia t ion this after
noon. At the time the deputies wcr
i j i' ted ami aenteni sd to terms u
MarQuette prison, varying from a mas
latum of fourteen yeari for Polking
borne to a maximum of fifteen yean
for the three last named, it wus inti
mated that such application would be
made and the filing of the motion men
tioned would not lie surprising.
The trial of the four deputies was
one of the MOOl bitterly contested nun
OCT cases in the criminal annals e
Hottghton county and sentiment at lb
time ran high, if a motion for a new
trial is liled and granted, it is almost
CM rtaln to lead to another hard-fought
MAY EXPEL BUTTE MAYOR
FROM SOCIALIST PARTY
Denver, Colon July XI.--The proposal
t reconatnend the expulsion of Mar i
Duncan of Butte, .Montana, from tha
llOClalllt party resulted in a Spirited
debate in the coineiitlon ol tha Woet
arn laderatlon of Miners today Tha
suggestion was included in a report of
the special oocojnlttee appointed to In
.stiu;.ile the leceut labor disturb
am i s, partioalarl) the charge made by
Duncan that Praatdent Ifoyer : lha
federation had asked (Jovenior Stew
art to send troopg to Butts fjr his
Tha debate centered around the mo
tion to strike from the report the rec
ommendation that Duncan be expelled
from the Bodattst party.
WM. RAPP TO APPEAL CASE.
Divorced Husband of Schumann-Heink
Says Judge Erred.
Chicago, Jul It. Notice was given
by William Rapp, Jr.. Of his intention
to take an appeal to the appellate
court in the recent decree of divorce
granted .Mine Pi IIQgtlna Sehiimunn
Metnk, The dtVOrt ad husband w ill con
tend In his appeal that ho should have
I,,!, permitted i" prove Bchumaan
lb ink s togfcl r si.leme and that the
trial Jttdgi erred when he refused Happ
perm 1m Ion to croaaeMMMlna certain
STEEL DIVIDENDS DECLARED.
New York. Julv -The Hteel cor-
ponatton declared ragvdar guarterf
dividend of P, on common, and l-v4
pOC I Mil oil preferred.
AUSTRIA-HUNGARY SENDS NOTIFICATION
OF ITS INTENTION TO START HOSTILITIES;
GERMANY REJECTS GREY MEDIATION PLAN
OF FORCES OF THE
POWERS FACING WAR
The following Bgurni show tha com
parative strength ot tha milttar) and
naval forces of the fJuropian powers
that are menaced by a great interna
tlonal war as tlie result of Austria n
demands upon Servia and the reply
of the latter country, which is gen
erally regarded as "unsatistaetot ) . "
Peace Tooting tJt.l'.'iM
War looting S'il,0U0
OthOff battleships 11
Armored cr lasers 3
Crulaaeg I 'i
Torpedo boats 63 J7
Submarines 8 a
Parses looting 7,11,0m
War footing t.ll0,04
l-'irst reserves l,!00,9M
Dreadnoughts 17 8
Other battleships 30
Armored cruisers 'J
Destroyers 141 1M
Torpedo boats 47
Submarines 27 1U
I'eaee footing 3n4,f,l'
War footing 3.34.!. 150
Bupereh eedaoughta I o
Dreadnoughts 4 L'
i tther battleships II
Armored el nisei s 10 'J
Destroyers 32 10
Torpedo boats II k
Submarines 18 8
A t iny
Pdnce footing 1,114,900
War footing LSSO.ootJ
Other battleships 13
Armored cruisers 6 fi
Destroyers M 4.',
Torpedo boats 12
Submarines 31 IS
Peace footing I4S.328
War footing 1,110,001
Buperdreadnoughta o s
Dreadnoughts 2 I
Other haitleships 27
i mored cruisers 22
I est .rovers S4 3
Torpedo boats 324
Submarines :s f
Peace footing 430. Mir,
War footing 1,071.023
Buperdreadnoughta 13 17
It her battleships 4S
Vrmored cruisers 34 M
ruisers 7t 8
Destroyers lie 36
Torpedo boats IIS
Submarines 77 U
Peace footing M1.747
War footlna 401.0UH
Tha naval figures given do not in
lode acout cruisers ,r the lesser mis--
allnneong ships of the several noeta,
Austria has six monitors in its flotilla
on the Danube and t v, more hnildin-r
for the same service. The naval fig
ures are for May I, 1111. Many of the
ships Included as "building have aim .-
been put In commission
LITTLE HOMING PIGEON TURNS
UP AFTER 2 YEARS' ABSENCE.
Kansas City, Jnlv If A little Mat
tered homing pigeon, absent from
home two years, returned here today
with Its wings frayed and tall feath
ers missing. It was released from
the . racing balloon Uncle Sam, near
Chlengo, two years ago. i
Ally of Dual Monarchy Is Prepared, However, to Welcome
Any Further Suggestions to Localize Conflict
as Far as Consistent With its Duty
ALL EUROPEAN NATIONS HURRIEDLY PREPARING FOR EVENTUALITIES
VIENNA, JULY 28. OFFICIAL
NOTIFICATION OF A DECLARA
TION OF WAR HAS BEEN SENT
TO SERVIA BY THE AUSTRIA
London, July 28. The announce
ment of the declaration of war by
Austria Hungary on Servia cam.- to
day almost immediately after Gn--mi
ny and Austria had notified Sir
Edward Grey, the British foreign min
ister, of their refusal to join in the
It is assumed here that the efforts
of the European nations will now be
directed toward localizing the area of
The actual rnoe of Austria-Hungary
n decision to enter Into a conflict
with Servia was the reply "cut by the
Halkan state to llw note from Vienna
demanding that Beirvla take atone to
put a stop to the pan-Servian propa
ganda on Austrian territory and ulso
punish the Servians indirectly con
cerned in the assassination in Boaata
of Archduke I'erdinaiid. heir to the
Austro-Hungarian throne. The re
sponse of Servia was considered by the
foreign olllce in Vienna as 'unsatisfac
tory' and "tilled with the spirit of
in the meantime Hir Hdward (irey
took the initiative, rwtUeetlng th Ku
fOpaen powers to permit their ambas
sadors in London to confer with him
in view of a peaceful solution of the
controversy, Italy and PVnnce con
sented, but Ocrmuny and Austria re
fused. Austria-lluiigarv in the interval
had proceeded rapidly with the mobil
ization ,,f the greot army. The entire
railroad system has been monopolized
for government business and a strict
censorship is imposed.
Sei .i t also had mobilized its,forcs
and had withdrawn its garrison ui
pjelgradii to the interior, as the capital
occupied a position too ulnerable to
be held. Kvory ear otlicial and ad
miralty of Kuiopo was occupied ill
preparations for eventualities, even ill
the smaller countries such as Holland.
Belgium and Bwlteerlaad, Then todas
came the formal declaration of oral bi
Auatrla Hungary, one of tha mam ban
of the triple alliance, tho other two of
which are r.erm uiv and Italy.
Preparations for war proceed on
all sides. Kv en Ktiglaud'a battle
unadrona have ail been noMUaad. In
readiness for eventualities, ami the
publication of official news as to the
movements of Itritish ships has ceas
ed. The grot and second squadrons have
taken on full war stores and are ready
to slip anchor at a moment's notice.
Hestroyer flotillas around the coast
also have I n prepared and armed
gnardi placed around magazines and
(Seimany's reply to Urey's proposal
is regarded here as tanamotint to a
declaration of Heimanys determina
tion that AnetrhvHongar nhaH have
an entirely free hand in chastising
AMarentl authentic reports cur
rent here assert that Kussia has been
given positive assurances that Austria-Hungary
has no intention of
annexing Servian territory. if true
this miKht. it is thought, help to local
ize the war.
Thus far there has been no official
confirmation of the reports of hostili
ties between Austria and Servia
Austrian Trooks Leave for Border.
Berlin. July 2S. Heporta from the
Austrian bolder today state that the
transport of the eighth and ninth Aus
trian army corps from ll.diemla to
ward the Servian frontier began yes
terday and that there is no other traf
fic ,,n the Bohemian railroads e ept
The two corps consisting of thlrty
two battalions of Infantry, n large
number of quick firing machine gnnn,
Vienna, July 28. The declaration of
war was gazetted here this afternoon.
NiEh, July 28. The Servian steamers
Deligade and Moravia were seized to
day at Oriova on the Danube by Aus
trians. The passengers were detained.
Berlin, July 28. The German ad
miralty today ordered the concentra
tion of the German fleet in home wa
ters. Glasgow, July 28. Three Italian
warships visiting in the Clyde have
been ordered to return immediately
to Italian waters.
London. July 28. A dispatch from
Semlin says the Servian parliament is
reported to have accepted all the de
manda made by Austria-Hungary.
Vienna, July 28. The M ilitaerische
Rundschau reports active movements
of both the Servian and Montenegrin
troops, which are in close touch at
Priboj, near the frontier of Bosnis.
Vienna, July 28. A foreign official
declared today that even should Ser
via now comply with the demands in
the Austrian note, the dual monarchy
would not be satisfied.
New York, July 28. The Austrian
consul announced that Emperor Joseph
had granted complete amnesty to all
Austro-Hungarian subjects who de
rerted the army or emigrated to avoid
Budapest, July 28. A great patriotic
demonstration was held in the Hun
garian diet today when the roy.il re
script was read proroguing parliament.
The deputies cheered for the king
country and army.
Rome, July 28. A uthoritative ad
vices received here from Bucharest
state that Germany has asked for pos
itive assurances from Rumania of her
intentions in connection with the Aus
tro Servian situation
Paris. July 28. The Austrian am
bassador to France said it was prob
able active hostilities between Austria-Hungary
and Servia began this
morning, but to 11 o'clock he had not
received a telegram to that effect
six regiments of cavalry, two regi
ments of held artilbry ami two regi
ments of aiinv service corps.
Telegraphic service between Herlin
and Vienna is demoralized, and on
some lines completely interrupted.
Belgrade at Mercy of Austrians.
Belgrade is now at the mercy of thl
Austrian troops. With King I'e'oi.
the crown prince and eH government
officers ha Ting Bod nnd the garrli n
withdrawn, the city Is practically ,tn
prntOCtOd. Wild scenes were en.: tc 1
i" the city as the people fled. Laer
bandits swarmed In from the t- ri -tory
about the town and started ).,.
il. The small force of soldier left
behind to cover the movements of ihe
retreating garrison drove them from
In every capital a strict military
censorship has been established. Rus
sia, r.ermany. Austria. Servia an 1
even Belgium are concentrating tfaepg
and preparing for any eventuality.
Servian Families to Interior.
Belgrade. Servia, Julv II. (Hy in
direct route) Many Servian families
have lift the capital for the country
districts, while there has been a great
exodus of Austrians from Belgrade and
other pans of Servia.
Militant preparations are being
carried on with feverish activity,
troops are being concentrated in forti
fied positions. The hemhniarters of
thearinv h iv, been established at Kra
gu.vevotz. but in the event It la MOM
sary. they will "re transferred
Continued on 6th Pag, 4th Ctlumn.
GERMANY REJECTS BRITISH
PLAN FOR JOINT MEDIATION.
Berlin, July JS The Herman govern
ment today returned an unfavorable,
reply to the Itritish proposal for a
conference of ambaMtiadurs in London
of Kuropcun powers in an endeavor to
bring a settlement of the Aurtro
Qgraaany declares the auggestlon of
Ptoraflpi Minister Orgy is ejgfl meant
and good in principle, but not feasible
in practice and impossible to carry out.
It says it cannot be expected that a
grant power having dispute with s
smaller neighbor well submit the mat
ter to decision of an Kuropean areo
pagnagj far less can it be hoped that
two greut powers will submit to bo
summoned before such a tribunal.
Herman v makes the counter sug
gestion that negotiations for peace be
conducted lefween the cabinets in
stead of by conference.
Willing to Locslizs Conflict.
Germany, however, is prepared to
welcome any further suggestions to
localize the conflict as far us consist
ent with her duty to her ally.
The public In the German capital
was very nervous today and ularmist
rumors continued to circulate. The run
on sav ings banks in which the poorer
i lasses had deposited their money wus
resumed this morning.
Austria Hungary Not to Accept.
Vienna Julv Jv It Is setnl-oillcia llv
announced that Austria-Hungary has
decided to refuse Grey's proposal of aa
ambassadorial conference in London.
Russia Preparing For War.
St. Petersburg Julv L'S. Rustoa was
making ever preparation for ur to
day. A .-tre t military censorship was
established. All reserves are reported
to have been called.
Although papers in the capital gen-
erall) declare the nation is on the eve
of war. some hope is held out because
"f reports that the kaiser and czar
have been in communication. The
Novoe Wrcinya declares that only the
intervention of the kaiser can avert
The fact that Vienna dos not refuse
to 1 1 1 s i 1 1 .-s the points at Issue is In
terprctcd as a happy svmptom.
The workmen in the Russian capi
tal, who had been on strike for a Week.
nb d t.. resume work in order to
mphaelaa their approval gf the Rus-
ian government's support of Servia.
Thcv made patriotic demonstrations In
the streets and sang the Russiun na
Modified Martial Lsw.
A dec res hM been promulgated for
bidding the publication for one year
of detailed Information concerning the
army and navy.
The citns of St. Petersburg and
llOOCOa have been placed under a
state of exi inordinary protection a
modified form of martial law.
A censorship order prohibits tho
publication of virtually all news relu
ing to the army and navy, inclini ng
ntobtltaattea, tha calling out gf reser
vists, the movemt nts of superior offi
cers, voluntary offers of medical and
and even the artcM and sentences Im
posed upon spiea. .
aether order prohibits unauthoris
ed aeroplane flights near the German
or Austrian borders or in the neigh
borhood of fortified plaeea.
Many Servian officers and reservists
are returning home. The Slavs of
Moscow are organising g Rreat demon
stration. Wheat Msrket Helped by Wsr.
Chicago. July IS, The renewal of
the war tension gave the wheat mnr
ket a decided lift today.
An immense expansion In trade fol
lowed the announcement that war had
been officially declared. In a few min
utes prices were L'S above last night's
lose. Wild fluctuations ensued and the
tise whs soon more than doubled.
Montreal Exchange Panicky.
Montreal. Que.. July 28. The stork
. i bangs vvas i losed bv the governors
this afternoon because of panicky conditions.