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MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1914.
PAGE FOUR THE CAv.JMET NEWS 3hcTfnlumrt Xrtus Founded Ptthllakad bi the MINING GAZETTE COMPANY. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. M. w, rouNus, gaMosr, V. M LYON, Husmcss Manager Kulered at the PMl OAet it Oilumet. Michigan, aa s. mid t'lasa Mail Mutter. TBLKPHt Nl-:S: Husiness oflh i dltorial Room 4 TkiKMs OF si B8CR1PTION: Hy Mail or Colli. fer v.ar, in llTUM $Ti.OO IV r v.ar. not in udvunre Per month 50 Slni;!-' tssuc "5 Complaints of irrcgulai Hy In deliv ery will receive prompt una thorouKh in stigation. Any delay in delivery of The Newa should be reported to this office for correction. Ordinarily every subscriber en a carrier route should have his pa per before 6 P. M. MONDAY, AUGUST 10. 1914. MEXICAN JUSTICE. Gen. Luis Terraa has decided that lie will not pg hai k to Mexico, ami hun sold all the cattle left on lux ran pes. It is Just as well for Gen. Tertazas; for if he retlirneil, somebody would probably shoot him. And its just as well for .Mexico, for Terrazas ivpn sents in a "conspicuous degree the thine tliit has been wrong with the country anil is chiefly responsible for its recent revokittons. The .'"".mm ,-attle that Terrazas has Bold to an American syndic ate for $.', OOO.omo are the remnant t the great herds of 4, iion, una dead that raimnl the hills of Chihuahua before the Itgfe of Prooldsnl liaz. when T rr.i zas ltnasted f being the king of the world's cuttle barons. They will he rounded up by tdd American cowboy, aided !v Several hundred Mexican vaiiueros, and driven across the Rio Grande, with Oen. Villa's permission. Ami with the last of them Villa will end Hi, younger Terraas, for whose ransom the Ogod general h.is already paid $l."0o,000. As s.,. .n as the nation's new l.ind system is worked out. the area owned by this wealthy family will doubtless be apportioned among the natives whose forefathers owned it from time beyond memory, and from whom QOB, Terrazas took It. with the collusion of the Dtefl government, under an out rageous law that permitted the con fiscation and sale of any land to which the occupant could not show a written title. The Terraz.u family, through such devices, came Into possession of half the state of hihuahua, a region as large as Ohio, and reduced the real owners of the land to a state of peon ape, it is a rare example of historic Justice that the wret' hed population of Chihuahua is to have restored the millions of fertile acres that Gen. Ter razas acquired at a COM Of two or thre.- i ftiic an tt re, while the of 'pres sor himself s in i Mb though with 13,1 '."oo t. keep the wolf from tho door. WAR AND PRAYER. Three emperors In war-torn Europe have asked their subje. ta to r" to a church of the Ooi of Love and PcuoUj fall on their knees and pray that He will bb ss their several arms. Hew crim the irony of this request 1 II k- a patre torn from the feudal past' Iiine blessing on arms raised :n ride, p ini, and hate raised not to d , tetl not to assail WTOBgi 1,111 to Support StTogaitCOi tyranny! The v ry idea is lil inflow y Bu1 hefi What you as an Amer ican can do if nivcn to prayer you can bend knees :n profound thank fulness that you live In n land of poact and plenty, lar from the reach of ruthless militarism. And. even though you ma nM believe in prayer, you "iicht to feel thankful, anyhow. As a nation Wl have done well to keep out of Europe's entangling alli ances. We have done w,;i, exceed hsgfy wetti to teach our young men not to gtory in battle and murder, but In productive, helpful V org, Thus, as the foreign storm breaks, we ate not only securely sheltered, but are ready to feed the famine-stricken and b, as Komi Samaritan a to th wounded. "Boast Not Thyselt OF TOMORROW FOR THOU KNOWEST NOT WHAT A DAY MAY BRING FORTH." Instead, order your winter's fuel today, for goodness only knoyvs what may turn up to morrow, and perhaps the next day you may forget. DO IT NOW and then you will be able to sit back in comfort and know that you are ready for the GREAT INEVITABLE (winter). WHAT sayest thou? The M. Van Orden COMPANY Houghton Liunum. WHAT GREAT SOLDIERS SAID. "The slKht of a butlletteld after the tight is enoiiKh to Inspire princes with it love of peace and u horror of war." Napolcolt I. "Alt hough a soldier by profession, I have never felt any fondness for war. and 1 nave never advocated it except un a means of peace." General V. 8. Oft W ar in but an organized barbarism" Louis Bonaparte ' W ar ought never tu be iii copied un til it is osTsrt I by the hand of aaooa sit." sir Philip teteey, The more I study the world, the JON am I convinced of the inability of brute force to efeoito anything dur able.' Napoleon at St. Helena. War is i most detestable thine,. If you hnd .-e. n but ON day of war, you would prav God that you iniuht never see another " luke of Wellington to Lord Shaftesbury. Thorp was never a time during my roiainsnd or ben i wowM not have ohoo en some .-.ettbiiicnt by reason rather than the word. "- General IT. S. Grant "My tlrst wish is to sec this plague to mankind banished from the eurth and the whole world in peace" Wash lUgfc " "War is hell."- Giia tal Sherman. "I'.y the next centennial, arbitration will rule the world." -General Sheri dan. It no loum i seems strange that the powers invested many millions in air Rghtini machines. All ,,f the gnat armies have distinct branches for bat tling In the air. with I large number of named oiticeis and men. 4 i if curse Brttona will hliime the kaieer for it. and the kaiser will blame it upon Russia, but the assassin who murdered the grand duke and his wife Cratl hed the match. So America first" will now be more popular. The Scrap Book Wanted Particulars. N 't many years ago two Bag were working oa the highway la n small town in NftBO As they worked they dla Based various people and affairs of national importance. Om inoniliig iu of them Wferrod to the secretary of war, and the other asked "Joe, who Is the present MCIWtW of warV" "Whr I don t boUtTO I know his natne." WpBod Joe. "but here comes old rjncle lavid lllake. We'll ask him." As tbe old man drove up the lalnirers Balled out. TJachl DnvM, can you tell us who the m rotary of WOT Is?" Uncle David thought deeply for some moments. "Well, 1 oimht ter know; but. bless me. I can't seem ter remember Just now." And he drove on. tttaktaf deeply. 8ism the two linn -.aw I isb' Dsrld coming bink. and when he came within hailing dls tance he called out: "Say. you tellers, what war did yer meat,, anyway?" I'v erybody's. Hurt His Feelings. Connael for one of tbe railroads in the recent arbitration proceedings In New York said at a luncheon: "Well, the poor railroads, at any rate, have vt rid of the pass evil. Cornelius Vanderl llt used to tell a story ibowt tbnt. "Mr. VandorttUt said Unit I nan once called and Baked lilrn for n pass near the New Tort Central ta Albany. "'Why do ,ui ask for u pass?" siild Mr Vnnderhllt. N HecaBOi I'm so sensltlv-,' the man gnawered, 'So enettlrel What! that got to do with the matter?' "Well. IT! tell you. Mr. Vanderbllt.' the rif'f ii ant explained. 'I went up to Albany on your line last week, and I wns the only mnji on the wtaoto tniln that patd his faro The other paaooa trm t'uyisl me gboot It like the dh k eng, Rnd ;is I'm so very sensitive. I don't want to L'o tkroaaii such an un pleasant experience ogata.'" The Order of the Bath. A verv youthful BrttMl tourist. r rfrtag at an old fashioned German boatelry, hud the Imprudence ta order n bath In hi room for the nett morn ing. Very early he was awakened by Kooadk of hamtnefini somewhere over head Then MkrWed much bumping on the stairs; evidently' a large and cumbrous wetgtll was belnu brought down The noise censisl outside his OWB door, whlcb Sew open, and In stag rered two atroag mea bearing the big bath from the public bathroom, dls inounted for his morning ablutions! London Standard. An Unsought Pardon. a monf the Ptoriei f that former gov ernor of Texas fnmllbirly known ns S im Roaotoa Is more than one ntnus Iru; tale There was a laaadal agent af the peaftenttary who had warmly opposed the election of Governor Houston, but was particularly anxious to retain Ids own pleasantly lucrative position. Cnn scpnntlv the new f.iv crnor was soon in re, ct,,t of !t petition In which the mini's yean of faithful tU'fUm and special naatfflntJoaa for the fiinc. wata t forth In -.'lowing terms by himself. The governor sent for him and said gravely, - It tppean from this petition that you Ban been In the penitentiary light years." "I have." was the reply. "And farll thai time you have per- formed I itthfallj erery iut v that has earn la roar waj to the bt of your ability''" "i hive" mwarai the igaac, his courage swiftly rising. Then, h,'1 Mid the governor, with of one conferring Bfftaahal ti or "I partial you out " Men Commanding Rival Armies of France and Germany, Both Over 60 Gen. Joffre. Oen. Joffre. chief of the French general stuff, the man who will direct the forces I-ranee in their opposi tion to German invasion, entered the flench armv as a lad of IS in time tu serve t branch tha paaajaoPraoalaa war. He is now 6.' years old, just four years the Junior of his Gorman adversarv. ton von Moltke, and has held his present place about two years. He Joined the armv in INTO as .1 second lieutenant, and for two months at that boyish aue commanded a but tery of artillery during the slce of 1'aris. That was Gen. Joffre's tlrst service win. h commanded attention. Later he led the force that occupied the town of TtmbttCtoO for fiance and became governor of the capital of itaaHgaaoari oaaaaartaai tha eraan tgattoa of the province before he gan up the post. Oen, .lottrc besides enjoying a pecu liar i enow for expert naao m nmtne maths of which he is el y fond is rhleO) known in the h'reneli armv and among the French citizens as a natal man of anal courtesy who re ceived his callers ami talks in a kindly soil of way that does not seem lo e,, with his place us a war lord the man who commands an army that in war time numbers more than 3,immi.immi men. The men who have written about Gen. Joffre have all found time to re mark thai his policy Is one of attack. He is said to believe that a I otlimand er'i Hist duty is alwavs to attac k. It was only tWO years ago that Goti. Joffn went to Kussia and received marked consideration from the czar and the Grand I hike Nicholas during, tha Russian armv maneuvers in Au gust. A year USO Ik- won wide praise in I'rance for tin remarkable nhowing made hv all departments of the Kicii, h armv at the general maneuvers, Vary shortly thereafter he Kave the French army a taste of his discipline by depriving Bve blab genera hi of their POOta for being unable to stand the physical tests of these same maneu vers. (Sen Joffn i said to be n man of gnat cotisltnctlve force and an ab solutely rigid will. As commander-in-chief he bears with tin French min ister of war full responsibility for the French for, , s. Count Von Moltke. Gen. llelmnth vnii Moltke. who as HOW AREA AND POPULATION OF EUROPE COMPARE WITH THE U. S. AREA. Sq. Miles. Sq. Miles. Austria Hungary 261,029 Texae 2C5.780 Servia 23,661 West Virginia 24,780 Bulgaria 42,602 Virginia 42,450 Roumania 52.760 Connecticut 4.990 Montenegro 4,500 Half size of Ohio 41,000 Albania 21.870 Mississippi 46,810 Greece 46,522 Vermont 9,565 Turkey (Europe) 11,100 United States 3.616.000 Russia 8,647,657 Utah 84.970 France 207.054 Nevada 110,700 German Empire 208,780 195,670 POPULATION. Servia 6.000.000 Illinois 5,638,591 Bulgaria 5,000.000 Ohio 4,767.121 Roumania 7,600.000 Pennsylvania 7,665,111 Montenegro 500,000 Rhode Island 542,610 Albania 2.00O.0C0 Virginia 2,061.612 Greece 4,500,000 New York city 4,766,883 Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Masrachu aetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Austria-Hungary 51,340.000 Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illi nois, Michigan, Wis consin,. Minnesota ' 1.280, 142 United States and pos Russ.an Empire .... 166,250,000 sessions 120,000,000 Now England, New France 39,601,000 York, New Jersey nd Pennsylvania . . 37,565,000 Same states included in comparison with Aus tria and Iowa, Mis Germany 64,925,000 souri, North and South Dakota, Ne t ' braska, Kansas, Ken tucky and Tennessee 65,874.000 THIS DATE IN HISTORY." I'M Edmund Randolph, first nttorno) general of the 1'. S. born III Willium.sbiin;h. Va. DUUl agt. It, in. Civil govern reanl established la Quebec, William L Yanoev. COlObratOd , i i tor and i talesman, bora t Oeoraia, I Hod m Monlgunaorj . Alii. July 2K, 1S63. J) Cooke, taggsaal daaacler, bom In Hariilusky. i). Mod PJ rhlladr Iphia. Feb. 16, IfAjti Hunaartaaa defeated iy Oaaoral Itgyaag at Temesvar. i get lis i feated In tha battle of Wilson's Creek. Missouri. Btraeahnn irga Invaniad by the I 'i usslatirt. Marshal Ma.aine escaped from prleen ta lbs isie sie Haagorfai International Ceoura ph ica I Coll et ess met at Heine. First Chinaman deported from San Francisco under list Oaaff net. Hussian sortie from Fort Arthur lepulood with graai ioa t Jap- Ml 1SJI- 1141 1X61 is;u 1X74 I VH I s:i:t 11104- Ri ot. h 101.1 herring i atch was valued at $KI,lfi0.or,X c.ermanv last ear produced R, Wt i tnciiK totiS af putatoes. chief of Btaff of the Gemini OfgN will command tl.e kaiser's force, la ( years old and has speiu In- lil studying the business of vv.u Next to (he uroat Fren, b ' staff, Qua Joffre, he is pnbabl the most picturesque of the- many hiKh arm oahcon now nagaged la an at live Buropeaa war. Ho saw a,c(ve service m the Praneo-Prussian war 44 veats ago and distinguished him self notably. I-lom the tlrst he has been a fivoi He with the kaisei. iiis appolataMBl as chief of staff was in fa, t i dc I. na tion on the kaiser's part that the armv waa to i,e run along lines ol tbe old school, with a mailed list, that is. And yet it was said, tbouvh with what authority is not known, that when the kaix r gave Qea, von Holtka the hih- est place in the army he told him that ill event of war he would be replaced, lie was b,,rn May L'lt, !sjs, in Gers- dorfi Mecklen burgh He attended the gyaiaggluai at Readaberg, ami becaaot a , .old on April I. Iggf, in lt?f be was promoted to be lieutenant and took part with distinction in the mi against Frame, being docotated with the iloll cross of the second , Los. Ill he was u.ssigneil to the gen eral staff of the army. In 1 s v ) lie was made captain oa the general statf and in he became ggooad adJjutnnl to the chief of the i;etielal statf of the army. Gin. 1'ield Marshal ml von Moltke. With the retirement of field Mar shal Moltke as chief of the general stair ,,f the army and his appointment to the presidency of the land appor tionment commission, Capt, voa Molt ke, who nt that lime was serv iiu; H Ins pets, niai adjutant, became in lsv. a ma jor of the line. On the death of Field Maishal von Moltke. his uncle, in gPt, he became aide de camp to the kaiser. In l'.'ii he became major-general and jnawindaai at Potadam. He has been cdllef of the I'eileral staff ,,f the armv since Feb. Ill, 1IMI4. s chief of the general Btaff he suc ceeded Field Marshal Count VOH Bchlieffen. The latter, who was near ly 7:1 years old, was kicked severely by a horse and crippled. A rule of the general stalT Is that no one not physically sound may remain on if. Kven fat men are excluded from this most honored department ol the irmy. : SAYINGS THAT SHOW GERMAN WAR SPIRIT. I While the Qertnang are aet- ! tinK their war Itngg akMUJ the Well -remembered patllR of vic- ! iory In 1R7i, are they bring spurred on by their emperor, I who Is taking as l,m motto the words made famous by Attlln, the gaearga of the nuns? This In one of the questions which t are boiag nuked when Attila is called to mind, as well as oth v i t war time sayings of famous CermanH, of vvhi' li the follow dj i fik samples are remembered: Attila 1 "The grass never grow s again w here my hoi so has once trod." : Hismarck: "The decision will come from Cod; the God : of battles, when he lets full I from his hand the Iron dice of ! destiny.' Hlsmnrck: "The only way conditions can be Improved In (lermany is not by I pOOCht hut J hy iron and tdood." Von Mollke. "The vhtory $ of the Prussians was n victory 5 of the I'rusflian schoolmaster ' .j. . f : : : : : WHEN FIRST BLOWS WERE v I- STRUCK IN MODERN WARS v ! First blows struck in various Wats were as follows: Balkan Turkish war -Monte. nearin army attacked the Turks : at Podgnrftag Doe. n, IMS, dji ! RuaaoJapaaoM war The Japanese main battle lleet. un- dor i oauaand of Vloe-Admiral Togo, gurprlaed Russian squadron near Fort Arthur aad indicted serioui Aansage, i'cb. dp s, 1904, d) v BOOT war BOOTS attacked a I'.ritish armored train at Kraal9 I pan. Cape Colony, Oct, U, ISH. Sp inish-American war The d United .states battleship Maine : ! sunk by explosion in Havana ! harbor, Feb. lS'.iX. : ! Ruaao-Turkleh war The Ittissiati army advanced on 4 Bacbareal agalnsl tbe Turkish t ! troops April .'4. 1M7. v Franco-Prussia n war French ! V defeated by l'russiaiis in rkir- ! mlah in Baden July :ii. UN, 4 J Civil war Confederates Bnd 5 on Fort gumpter, near Charles- v : ton, s ( '., ,,n April 1.', IfJtL 4 4 Crimean nau Russian army 'V 4 inv aded Turkey in (ictober. I s r. ",. 4 American war of ism Qea. 4 Hull invaded Canada, Jul) It, War of the American Revolu 4 4 tlon--nfaaoachusetta minutemen 4 4 attacked ltriiisii fore s s Lex 4 4 ington, Mass., April 1 1, 1776, 4 DAN FAKE PHTHISIS CURES. Michigan Health Board Says So-Called Remedies Hinder Fight. Lanotng Aug. 10. Tha state board of health is waging Kg battle against take consumption cures and the "whltS plague" With renewed vigor ill its latest bulletin, which deals entire ly with this disease which is said to be the cause of money loss of 11,216,- I. ami annually in the United Slates-. D. B, MoClure, assistant .soerctry of the state board ol health, says: "The consumption cure fakes hinder the Rghi againat tha 'white plague.' These fakes are a friend to the un dertaker and ah etiemv to the i are oi tUbeiTUlOSlS, They are a nuisance ami should be abated the same as other nuisances thai arc menacs to pub lic health. "No sick folk arc so easily influenc ed for better OT worse than those who suffer from pulmonary tuberculo Is, The mental feotOT is 01 1 the gnat- est In treatment of Consumption. The appeal of the laker has ready entrance to the ear of the tabOTCUlUOU patient, lulls him and Inns him until d I h claims him. On the other hand, un der proper treatment of the ii ease the cheerful, patient mental altitude of the patients gleg alb tuberculosis Isads on to the restoration of health. "lf consumption fake cures there is no end. Tin y are thicker than snakes weie In Inland until driven out by St. Patrick, and much more danger ous. The tuberculosis pata-nt who is la the incipient Stages Of the disease often spends time, Strength and BNHV ey in fake cures and too late attempts tho proper method of treatment. The taste consumption cure did not orove 'II bill a il, called in too late, proved unavailing. The consumption cures ban been deMonetntod not cures tune out ot number, but the hiiinoii inn robe is still very a, live and .suc- ceeaful as a vh tlmlser. BnhagMea last roar sent jist.sti worth oi sponges to the Dalted States. Oregon's I1H.1 metal production Is trained al 11,748,41 Penagytvagla mines one-tenth of the world s coal. A SIGNING THE DEATH WARRANT World Is Deeply Indebted to Greenwich Observatory THEN Two hundred and I hirt v - nine years ago today the foundations were laid for the Greenwich Observe tor) which gives the world Its standard time, a year later it was completed gad ap proved by King Charles II. Its erec tion marked a now spoch in the world's navigation. Befors its establishment a navinatOT's voyage was a haphazard and exceedingly da libelous Uliderlak ,n g, The astronomical (aides by which the njrutj ator flgund hi.- position a mid-ocean wire .so erratic al thai time that a ship headed for tha Vfarglnla Colony in the Mea uorld was fuel as liable to laud on the coast of New England, Then ma no untvenallj accepted first meridian of longitude by which the navigator could sail his course accurate!) until the early ra plonra adopted their own, The Latin navigator:, used tho Peak T Tenertffe in the Canary Islands, until Richelieu railed a scientific ronarnm in Paris n tdjfjgj which decided upon the island of Feiio as the tlrst meridian. Tflig is land rsaaalned tho xuldlng awrh for tin Latin races for many generations. The Bnalish -a peaking races establish od Qresnwtch time .and meridian. One of the llrst act! of the lir.I royal SS tronomer was to compile all tbe known Statistics relating to astronom) and to work out a reliable table for marinsrs, Tin n ii began lo m t the clocks of Bag land and the United Stales. WESTERN UNION has greatly reduced the cost of cabling abroad through the introduction of Cable Letters Over-night service to Europe at a minimum charge. Example: A twelve-word cable letter from New York to London costs only 75 cents. Ask for rates from your city, THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO. I READ FOR PROFIT News Want Ads USE FOR RESULTS a NOW Ti da) all the clocks of the Important countries of the world are ticking in nccordhnn to their distance from the Ireenwlob observatory, ah tho world's ivlg ton are snlltnw or steaming over the seven seas aa (curses laid by fjnenwleh observatory, The people of the United State; are rising Horn their beds, opening the day's business and entile; their nnaii according to regu lations laid down by the British as tronomera of King Charles' reign. The World is marl. i ii off into zones, each one of Which 01 . u pies fifteen dtsnjOOg f longitudcwnd is numbered according to Its position in relation to Qiooawloh. in the LTnlted States four of theso zones SXiSt, the country having a breadth of Hfty-flve deareaa, ah the ' locks In a .one register the same hour according to I regulation adopted : 1883. This regulation vva: promul gated to overcome tho seventy-one iUforent sots Ol tiBM prevailing III the country theretofon, Today another un. 'lit evolatksn in navkfatkM nad die universal time system ia in process. It Is proposed to use the wireless lele gtaph to verify time. It is suggested tbnt tho Hatted states Naval oboerva tory gaah its si gas la of tho hour to ship.-; at BOS so thai the navigator can accurately determine his distance from land by sotting Ids chronometer. An other sciential suggests that the gov ' .i" 111 radio station at Arlington flash Its signal! to Eiffel Tower In Parti that Europe and America can S i their clocks Si curalcly. D ggggggggggaVl gaaaaaaaagJfda