THE CALUMET If B W S
MONDAY, AUGUST 3, 1914.
Anthony Lucas Discusses Austro-
d, IrtUftl annexation of the pfOI
)n,,..s hi pomiIi '"! Ilartaejovlae iur
nl, hm mum of Ike eNt Balkan
Wl. i ihf dim i monarchy of Anetria
.1...... ,. v has been a fruitful cauea f
Hi,. Austro-Sorvlan war, According to
Prosecuting Attorney bneaa of Calw-
iii.i, i loo ttuaani oi nairopean po
liii.iil history, particularly u.s it per
( ljlis la t he Austi ian-Slo oiiiiin na
ii, ,ns. Prior to the Balkan war, Aus
hi. i exercised only a proU'ctorat' ow
i...ui nroxiiui'S. and Servin always
cherished the hope that eanei day
ii.iv might become a part of King
Peter'i domain InnnaUttch as I hoy nr,
ptOOM hy MOyVfl and closely kitted
iii, Bervla in tradition, religion and
commercially. This and Austria's n
fyn 1 1 1 .rmit Scrvla to retain
,rv desirable seaport aciiired hy
mmumi in tho Balkan war, arouocd
imong the Servian.s a fOOHnj of in
,,,ns, hatred for Austria and ail thlnea
,,l(in l-'ranz Josefs government.
This feeling f hatred was openly cul
tivated by propaganda ami public ut-
, -j, which the government made
DO effort 1 1 restrain, according to Mr
1 1, ms, and linaily the whole kingdom
wis tiled with this intense footing,
pi,, cowardly hi eel in M on of Crown
Priace Verdlnandi Austrians believe,
wis deliberately planned and with tho
full knowledge of the Servian gOVofn
mmt " iH AoaWO of Austria to
for ail time ihis - feeling
nn, hi : Servians as much as the spoil-
taneoui outbuwl 'f Indignation at the
tssasaination of Ferdinand, that eaun
til Fran .losef to let loose the dogs of
war tn ehastise that country.
The Improaolon asvlatlng generally
lhal Croatiana are In Open sympathy
,,iih Bervla, boeauna they alao are of
:i Blovenia,n race, Mr. Lucas denies.
Croatia, While not on the best of terms
uli Austria, politically, is peaceful
,M. i such acta as Ferdinand's:
are aldiorent. Willi tha
1 1, Cfoattana bay reeponelbll-
Ity for tins murder at Servia's door.
Loyal to Austria.
Croatiar.a, Hungarians, and othe"
liranchox of the mixed races whic.i
compose tha great monarchy, win re
lii.iiii o) il to Austria for another rea -mm.
in Mr. I.u as' opinion. All have
Served in the Austrian army at SOBM
time or another, arid It is not easy
for them to for gel the reaped for tha
sag and alhMpance to the nnvcrn-
HP nt I hat tllip represents.
Austrian Poland is ideally situated
from an Austrian viewpoint if Kus
h.i sees tit to take a hantl in the pres
ent troubla. Betas locatai directly
between Russia and Hie old empii
g Hungary, the Poles win light with
Austria for then- very eeif-preesrva
Hon in keeping out any possible Kus
Buch a coiillict has kMag been
planned for by the Austrian govern-
111. in and the Austrian Poles h.i.
been furniahod with three enlendld
orti and tha best of equipment to be
csed in caaa they are ever called up
"ii I., a. I as a butler between Hus
SM ami the Austrian empire. It is ;.
question il they would tight SO Wil
li nflj for Austria agataat any othor
foe, inn there is nothing on earth they
.in ..I i ; they do Russian oppreoslon
tad In tha struggle that now seems
probable, they would Bght to the last
n Daniel powers, of Maryi
Mlli' Pl . has made S.OOu voyages on
Hi Bu Uehanna river as a raftsman.
if you have them
them new ; with
out the finger wrin
kles and spots that
wear gives. Your
long white party
gloves are carefully
taken care of here.
We specialize in the
quality of our work
and never slight the
0 job. Let us do your
COLUMBIA IzAUNDRY &
PHONE 150. LAURIUM
POWDER MAKERS' REFUSAL TO
SUPPLY AMMUNITION MAIN
REASON FOR HUERTA'S FALL.
Washing,,, i, Au. 3.-That th,. re
fusal of the government's puwflet
makers, the Imponts and other Anon
an manufacturers of mumtiotiH ,,f
war to supply Dictator Huerta was one
of tli,. reasons of his downfall, is a n
cent revelation. Sccretar of the Nav
raaasaia has eoaUrlbntad tins Laforana
tion to recent hlatory, Beeretarj Dan
lels said the powder companies wire
under no restrain fnun the gOVOmmt Bl
and praised then action as one ,, pa
This given a somewhat different pic
ture of the "war trust" than tl
circulated durituc the critical period
of the Mexican trouble. Dictator Huar
ta banked upon the latter estimate o
the American powder companies when
he defied the l-nitei States. Simulta
neously with his defiance he cabled
barge Dldon to American powder man
Ufacturers. When Vera Cruz was llrst
occupied the iiupont company, it is
now learned, sent its vice president to
Washington to see Secretary Daniels
lie was assured that the government
WOUM riot atop shipments of powder I
At this the company's represents
tlva declared that not a pound of now
uer would no to .Mexico WMIO any
dangei remained that American pon
oor might eventually be shot at Ani
ent an tn. nps, and all Mexican orders
were Immedlatel) cancelled, rogardleu
nf Bnancial loss.
STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS.
W. L Pet
W. L, Pet
Philadelphia til 33 Jii'.t
Boat on II 41 ..rC7
Waahlngton H 4'.i .rt"
Detroit 50 4S .510
Chicago 47 all AH
St. Louis 46 lit .4S4
New York 4: f.4 .4411
Cleveland 3u m
W. L Pcu
New York II :i .591
Chicago 52 4' .553
St. I.ouis 51 45 .531
Boatoa 45 45 .500
Cincinnati 45 4S .4S4
Philadelphia M .46 J
Ilrooklyn M 4'J .443
Pittsburg 39 51 .433
W. I.. P.f.
Chicagl 55 41 .573
Baltiaaara so 40 .556
Hrooklyn 47 40 .540
Indianapolis 4S 42 .533
Buffalo 44 46 .4S9
Kansas City 43 .153
Pittsburg 40 50 .414
St. I.ouis . . A- .40 55 .4l'l
Americans Waahtngton at Cleve
land, Philadelphia at Chicago, New
York at Detroit. BoStOSJ at St. I.ouis.
Nationals Ptttaburg at Ilrooklyn.
Cincinnati at New York, Chicago at
Philadelphia, st. Louta at Brooklyn.
Federals Kansas City at Baltimore,
St Louis at Buffalo, Chicago at Pitts
burgh, Indianapolis at Brooklyn
i 'h eland, 9; Washington, 4.
si. Louis, i; Boa ton, I. Twelve In
New York. 3; Detroit, 4.
Chicago, -'; Philadelphia
No ameS scheduled.
Pittsburg, 1; Chicago, o.
Milwaukee, 9; Columbus, i. Sec, ml
name Milwaukee, I; Columbua, 4.
St. l'aul, 0; Indianapolis, Second
name: St. l'aul, l; inoianapoos. .t.
Minneapolis, 4. Louisville, II. Sc. mid
name; .Minneapolis. 4. i.miisx ine, i.
Kansas Clt) . -' : Cleveland, 0. Bacond
game, Kansas 1 1 . -. ieei.ioii, v.
Continued on 7th Page, 1st Column.
ONLY ONE WOMAN
HOLDS CAB DRIVERS'
LICENSE IN ENGLAND.
London, Aug. 3. gghutd, according
to census returns published lias out
me woman cab-drier. She has held
i license for twenty-six years, can be
WOn every day outside BembridgC sta
lOn, Isle of tTlght The holder of IfcU
license bears the truly British name
f Mrs John Mull. Her uniform con
sists of I neat blue skirt and coat and
hard bowler hut. 1'or funerals and
eddlnga she assumes the added dig
Ity of a top hat.
Mrs. Bull slatted with a P"m.v and
und from the earnings of inai
proi nled herself With a horse and
smart landau. It is her Imast that she
Kiooms her own horse ami I in harness
him and he in altendain I at Mi resi
dence in the parish within ten min
utes of recivtag orders. Mrs. Muii gain
ed her knowledge of horses while in
the earrkia of sir Donald Currla and
afterwards on a ranch In Texas.
with the business .,f i ah proprintoi
she , ombines that of dK breading, and
may frequently be seen taking sto k
to Newport market. She attends mar
ket personally and strikes her own
bargains with the dealers
For spreading oil on troubl- d waters
a Mrltlsh patent has been granted i
Oil 11 inventor for a series gf lanka
i.ttai hed to h cable.
Alameda. Oil., municipal electric
UghtiiiK Plant takes In IW JTff l
and spends $1 12,000.
VIRTUE IS LOVE
Overshadows All Relations of
Men, Says Rev. L K. Long
Sum'as morning at the Calumet
Congregational church tha past or, Rav,
Luthar k. Long, took for his text l
Cor. 16:13, 14 "Watch ye. slund fast
in the faith, quit you like men, be
strong. Let all that ye do be dune
Ho said in part:
"These words suuncst to our minds,
not a man of such physical stature,
but one tall and strmm who speaks in
trumpet tones. Paul in the preceding
i hapter, the vucat resurrection chap
ter, has become so eicrossed with the
perfection and glory of the resurrection
of body and life that he speaks out of
the strength of a present participation
in the power of the risen life, and is
able to give the Corinthians advice of
" Watch o.' This is counsel t, be
alert, open eyed, ajuksh to perceive,
awake to all the interests and dangers
and opportunities of Ufa, As the In
dian in his alertness takes note of
every unusual sound and motion and
condition, and is not easily I BUglll or
surprised, so tha Chrisii.ni amid tin
many enemies and pitfalls of lite is to
be on the lookout that he be not taken
unawares or f ill into the power of sin.
" Stand fast in faith.' The great
Christian teachings are to be studied,
understood, believed and made part
of the christian's being, The father
hood of Cod, the brotherhood of man,
the divine order o the universe look
ing toward the establishing of the
Kingdom of Cod oa earth, tha possi
bility and blessedness of union and
fellowship with Cod here and in the
World to conic these are some of the
teaching! of graatael importance. Too
Often Standing fast in tha faith bj taken
as meaning allegiance, most of all to
the narrow .sectarian beliefs that are
responsible for the scandal of un un
necessarily divided Christian church.
" 'guit you like nu n 1 Child! d is
interesting und attractive. Kill Paul
would have one win, has reached the
physical si.e of a man to also attain
the measure of the stature of the ful
ness of Christ.' Too many times man
hood has not been the most charac
teristic thing about men. Sometimes
they have been known to thrust their
women into the front of the battle.
Hoys have been known to make use of
the foeble-mlnded to gain unworthy
ends. This use of the methods of un
ancient relative who takes the cat's
paw to draw chestnuts from the fire is
l ot calculated to make men who will
be true men.
"lie i rejig.- This seems to CUM
Uaitd the impossible. Can the sick be
well at will.' Can the weak be strong
at will." In a sense, yes. The will to
be well call gather the forces ,,f health
resident within the body, and lay hold
of the means at hand for recovery.
The will to be strong din rally the
i leinents of strength already in one's
possession and wisely direct them, and
can take hold of the divine help With
out which I'M our strength is bin weak
ness. "Paul had become so possessed of the
ideas on the greatness of love Which he
had so wonderfully conceived and ex
pressed In the thirteenth chapter of
this letter than he can not leave these
practical suggestions which he is
making without recalling the spirit in
Which all their lives are to be livid.
Bo he says, -iyct all that ye d be done
iii love.' This, that is greater than
wisdom, or knowledge, or foresight,
nr faith or hope, is to overshadow' and
permeate ami sweeten an th,. mried
relations of men. 'And now abldeth
faith, hope, love- and the gfaallial of
these is loVC.' "
: LAURIUM BREVITIES.
3- ! v -I- v 5 -5
The funeral of the late Albert Beat
was held yesterday afternoon from the
residence of the parents it III Lake
Linden avenue. Rav, c i,. Adams of
ficiated and burial was in Lake View
Mrs. M. D. Train and children have
returned from Bscanaba where the)
spent the paat week with Mr. Train.
Next to Post Office.
E.C. Richards. Mgr.
"ALL THAT'S BEST IN PICTURES
Kalem Drama In Two Acts
A Woman's jealousy forms the theme
of the fatal portrait.
Essanay Western Drams
Featuring MR. G. M. ANDERSON
ITS A SHAME
THE KIDNAPPED BRIDE
COMING TUESDAY AUG. 4TH
A STRING OF PEARLS
Kalem Two Part Drama
COUNCIL WILL DISCUSS
MANY IMPORTANT PROJECTS
LIGHTING CONTRACT LIKELY
WILL BE SIGNED EXTEND
i mic of the most important meetings
of the LaurfuM rttkvgi well is
scheduled for tomorrow evening when
the lighting contiact with the Hough
ton County Llcctrlc LlKht companv
will come up for nnai action. At the
Jul meeting, a proposal was offered Ug
a llvc-car basis and it is not unlikely
that this plan will be adopted, In
cluded in the contract is a i lauae p. i
tabling to the ornamental lighting on
taenia street and tomorrow's meetin.
will lay plans for the erection of poles
from which the new lamps atU bo sus
pended. The Mghtbag company pea
poses that the businessmen pny for
the lighting lor the tlrst veir and after
that period, the village- take over the
ornamental system. In ordi r to obtain
an expression from the merchants, a
petition was Circulated and Irei ly
signed, in which they desired that a
new Tungsten system, similar to that
in Pottage Lake towns, be installed.
The cost will be slightly in excess f
that now paid for the incandescent
lamps but the latter is deemed inade
quate. The tax warrant will conic up for
discussion and following a custom
Which has baan in rOgUi for several
years, it likelv will be extended This
is only a formality but to legali.e the
extension of tax collections, the step
is neoaoeary, The dual warrant fines
tl i time limit for the third Monday in
t n tobcr.
The street and town hall Improve
ments will In given attention anil ad
vance payments (in both contracts
likely will be made. The WOrfc on both
has advanced satisfactorily and there
is little doubt that they will be com
pleted within the specified lime limit.
COMPLAINT IS FILED.
Dairy Company Charges That Inspec
tor Rowe Wa Ovcrzcalous.
Asserting that the milk CUM de
stroyed in Marquette by Deputy Dairy
and Pood Inspector Howe, of Laur
ium, were in good condition when they
left the dairy in Appletoii, the Petti
Woods company hits made complaint
to the state dairy and food commis
sioner against the methods they al
lege were used by Mr. Howe, says the
Marquette Mining Journal.
On his recent visit to Marquette,
Mr. Rowe saw the cans In the M , M
A S. K. freight depot, considered that
they were in bad COndlthm, because of
rust and other faults and doetroyod
some of the worst of them. The Othera
he sent back to the owners, with a for
mal complaint about their condition,
The state dairy and food commis
sioner has naked Mr. Howe for the rea
sons for the course he took. Dr. Main,
the city health ofhcer, aaya Mr. lb. w.'s
action was fully Jonttfled ami he will
write the state nOHiailSllonaf to that
The marriage of Mlsa Ifadelin John
son, the daughter of MlW, Mary John
son of Calumet, and Rudolph Strand,
was solemnized at the home of Rev.
A. K. Mono Saturday evening. The
ceremony was wltneeaed only by a
small number of friends and relatives
of the young couple. Mr. and Mrs
Strand left Saturday i veiling for Mil
yvaukee and St. l'aul where they yvill
spend their honey moon.
"THE GIRL OF MYSTERY"
The Debute of
Thanhoucar two part drama
The Carbon Copy
Amer icm Drama
The Colonel's Orderly
Two part military war drama
SPEED TOURNEY BIG SUCCES8. j
Motorcycle and Horse Races Attract ,
Big Crowd to Driving Park.
Saturday's speed tournament in the
driviiiK park attracted more than a,
thousand fans und keen interest was'
manifest in each ( vent. The DAOtoTCy- I
cle rac.-.s were part i( ulail.v intcie-im- !
and some new copper country re . ids
were hung up. The horse ia.es. with
three entrants afford. l ex. itement und
excellent time was made me of the
spectacular events was a Ituinan horse
race whi h .1. O, Porter, formerly of
Uef Ann Arbor signal OOTpe, won.
The results of other aventa follow :
Three mile, single cylinder John
ProceOet, Mohawk. Time I 14,
Three mile, twin cylinder -Kgatl of
Houghton. Time 4;:'T.
Australian pursuit, three miles Ce
cil Harris, Tamarack. Time 1:1ft,
Hand;, ap, three miles .lohn Koder
att, Allelic. Time 4::r2.
I'iVe mile, lice tor all -Cecil Harris.
Hall mile horse race, won by Joe
Bwykert'a bona driven by Tone.. no.
ELIMINATE DANGER CURVE.
Township Hojhway Officers Becpn Im
provements cn First Street.
l nder the direction ,,f the Calumet I
township highway authorities, a dan
gerous curve at Ike intersection of I
First and Calumet streets is being!
straightened, the result of which will
eliminate one of the most dangerous
arnaellUja in the county. The street at
this point assumes the shape of an ' S"
and without a signal of any kind, col
lisions have been frequenk
In older thai the i hangc may be
m ule, it has been necessary to move
the Hocking residence, situated at tie
base of the curve, a full lot south of
its present location and by the end of
the week, this work will be completed.
Mr. and Mrs. bulge Cudllp will
have tomorrow for Duluth, where they
will visit for several weeks. During
his abseii, e. Mr. Cudllp will go to I'hl-
A son has been born to Mr. and Mr .
William i.ustig of Bffl Tamarack street,
Emanuel Dufreene, an employe of the
Houghton County Traction company,
who recently sustained the loss of part
of a foot when the member was run
over by a street car. is recovering.
Twins, a boy and a ;;irl, were born
recentl) to Mr. and Mrs. Brk Lahtl of
7n"i Lake Llltdeal avenue.
A son has been born to Mr and Mrs.
.v. a. Ruonavaara.
is produced un
der ideal con
ditions. You get
a I e a n and
CLOVERLAND DAIRY CO.
LAURIUM, Phone 854. MICH.
CHAS, SALOTT!, Proprietor.
FRESH PRODUCTS OF
the farm are received at THIS Market
dady. We handle everything that an
up-to-date Market ehould carry. You
can always depend on getting fresh
butter, eggs snd poultry, as well
the brt Meats the market affords. If
you are not already one of our satis
fied customers, make up your mind thu
day to give us a trial.
The Copper Country has declared WAR on inac
tion ;WAR on idleness; WAR on indifference; WAR
on "Letting vell enough alone."
The response to the call for volunteers has been
more than satisfactory.
The opening engagement will occur tomorrow.
This is a war of construction rather than a war of
This is a battle for better homes; better towns,
This is a war for independence, industrially, fi
nancially, commercially, socially.
It is a time for every loyal, patriotic Copper Coun
try citizen to stand to his guns.
It is a time for YOU to show that you are brave
enough to make a sacrifice for your home country.
Calumet and vicinity will be canvassed tomorrow,
(Tuesday,) by more than 100 voluntary solicitors.
These gentlemen who are donating their time and in
fluence to the cause will call upon every house in this
territory. They will ask for subscriptions to stock in
the Copper Country Holding company. They will give
you an opportunity to help yourself by helping your
These solicitors will ask you to invest your money
in a corporation which will pay no salarie;. but which
will devote every penny of its capital to the industrial
development of the Copper Country; a corporation
which will maintain no expensive offices ;a corporation
composed of and officered by your home people, and
which will be 100 per cent efficient.
The Copper Country has for more than half a cen
tury been a one-industry community. The entire dis
trict has been supported by the wages of 15,000 to 18,
0C0 men employed in copper mining. When the wages
of those men ceased for any reason the income of the
entire district was cut off. The object of the Copper
Country Holding company is to bring into this region
a diversity of industries, making for greater independ
ence and greater stability. The object of the Copper
Country Holding company is to bring in industries
which will furnish employment for the boys and girls
and the men who for one reason or another cannot be
employed in the mines.
The Copper Country has deliberated and ponder
ed for a quarter of a century. The time for action is
here. LET US ACT.
DO YOU BELIEVE IN INSURANCE?
THEN REGARD EVERY DOLLAR INVESTED
IN STOCK OF THE COPPER COUNTRY HOLDING
COMPANY AS INCOME INSURANCE.
BY ASSURING THE FUTURE INDUSTRIAL
STABILITY OF THIS DISTRICT YOU ARE INSUR
ING YOUR OWN INCOME AND THAT OF YOUR
CHILDREN AND THEIR CHILDREN.
HOW MUCH IS THAT WORTH TO YOU?
BE READY WITH YOUR ANSWER WHEN
YOU ARE CALLED UPON TOMORROW.
A few men or a few corporations cannot make a
success of the holding company project. Do not en
deavor to shift the burden to other shoulders. WE
NEED YOU AND YOUR SUPPORT AND IN
COPPER COUNTRY COMMERCIAL CLUB
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