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SLASHED WITH A KNIFE
1 m NOW 9"ble. ull
One of the Rioter. Cut In a Tor
ible Manner-ESoSpO of the
Man Who Ued the
By the uitaadard's tperlal Wer.
BIrT-v, June 1O.-The Finlandsll saloon
on East Park street. which has been the
seen of more dstulrlbnces and which
has caused the police more trouble than
all the other Jints in tlw city, furnished
anotlwr sensation to-night. For a couple
of dlays tl place has heen filled with a
drunken lot of halfcivihllad Fins who
have enII quarreling at.iLt all the tieum.,
To-night tlwy engaged inl a free fight andl
six of tiwall were amreted and released
on bonuds. Today they forfeitedl their
hoods asidl to-night undertook t reel
ebrate tht event lle another drunk. llow
the fight began or what the cause
of the trouble was is not known. hIm
a terrible fight eimnisl. Iuring the me
lee one John Thonm.onl used a knife with
fearful elffect on John Linneman. (Ifilcer
Anderson was near by. uuid, Ieling the
crowd running out of the saloon. sun
pIactd sonlethin was wrong and hurried
to the place. When he arrived, he foundml
iunemran sitting on a chair with the
blood running in torrents from inullera
hie wounds. Several other Fins stood
about him apparently indifferent about
Ihe matter. Officer onovwan also ap
peased about this time and the two to
ietors amnd a couple of bystanders
were placed under arrest and taken
p t nL county Jall. Inne IIan
was taken to the city Jail, and Dr. Nor
crue summoned, who ordered him re
noved to some other place where Ihe
coukl receive better care.
Upon eamining Linnelnan the doctor
found a frightful wound oil each armjust
below the elbow, another on the back of
the head. one across the hack, anothr on
the shoulder and one hand almost cut in
two. IJnneman was removed to the (lar
enec house in the eastern part of the city.
After dolong the cutting Thompson es
aped through the rear of the saloon and
has not been seen since. tafikers started
in t and visited his house on the
learned that he had been ther.
washed the blood fro his clothes, and
It is doubtful If he will be caught, at
least for some time. as the Finlanders
are not unlike ('hinamen in their con
tempt for the laws of this country.
Another trait u which they resemble
the Chineser. is n being very secretive
no matter how serious an offense one o
their number may conmmit, when placed
upon the stand the others generally do
not hesitate to swear absolute ignorance
and resort to rschemes to secure the e
lo.se of the one acTmed.
CONDITION OF THU CROPS.
.Iatlettral etr.ie (atlernd byt the tioa
rmm. et A.est (tauwigr Gaisls.
WA*isi.vefucn, June 10. - The statistical
tWurCs of June to the department of agri
culture include the preliminary estitlates
of the area of wheat. hoth spring and win
ter, andl the conditio. While several
states increased tlhe ara of winter wheat
last autumntI, a heavy reductiokn by plow
ing and planting in other crops is re
porlte to replace the winter wheat killed
io Illisolds and Indlana, and to a linmited
extent in two or three other states, has
reduced the acreage its every wheat grow
ing state of any parlalmlence eacept Kan
sas and t hegoun. The per centages repre
sent the actual area now growisg. its
comparison with thw acreage harvested
last year. and ilalutles all that was
seeded last fall e lept whlat wee replaced
by O(ther c(ro'l. The genieral average i
.1.2. hleductio N.s per cent of last year's
willter's wheat. The percentages of the
urincsudl stake are as follows: New
ork .iv, iPcmnsylvatniai .Ie41 Virginia. .7,
b~jrgia .Qc. Trexa .7., kentalcky . M,
SOhio.!:. Michigan .tN, Indianal .m. Illilnis
.7. MissmHrli .:i,i Kiunalln I.(0. ('alifornia
.Nil, ur gonm 1.ttt.
An increase ine tihe .nere.lge of sprs ngtl
wheat is reported e.i·e.t aln W iseossin
and llakota. TheIw In.wen tag are: %'iw.
contsin .7, Miutesota 1.1$+ lowa 1.04. Ne
hraska 1Ai. D)akotas .. Thn.1 r is also aln
inclrewa isl (iul'olhrail.,. W.aingtan anlld
the territories. The geleral iwern'.ltair
Is 1.(.t. Takalng wilter alld spralng wheat
tglether tIhe sw.rmal.ntsg. I lst year*'
breadth is. .tMs. slhowig a imet him. if
nearly olie and thrlw-quarteir millinll
acrue. T.Iw etiillatl area of IDWl. was.
Thre cmnclition of i lw, gruwinsg wainter
wheat lIhas sklilsscl fruin. .1k) to ..;$1 .iltiu
the lIst of May.
ThIP conditiol of wheat ils lIadinla. Illi
mIiis and lTexas rlmaillns. at Ih e saemis low
lilgure of last soweth. Isceliw.' is aplarelt
ill Miichigaan. Misialri asld Kasllas. all
temrly anll nsuthertn states. I'lanIt anr
genIerally thinl ons the granmdnl and lacLknl,
in deLvellpllent. Tel aversmsa are: New
fork ,.S. I'Pnsylvniaw !1, 1 irgionu. t,.
Georgia :.., liTeas .7 Tennissiime !t. Kema
tucky i.;.Ii . hii t4. lhiSgam . lI.idians
63. Illlniis *i4. .li..smmrs 77. Kanlsas Nsl. ('tl
ifornia ii, rcgnsmi 1'4.
Followmin art, sulims. of thI las.li whieal
pIef'ereuatages of coimditio n: ise.nmsil $2.
NMitneseota T7, lowa't,. Nelhwaaka k 14. Ila
kets ii* I croera t. 'i'" avera.h " of the
lentire spring wheat ineadth. is9 .2. TIhe
reported arit of auts is 1l.51, uorndtiont
m.. Te.Th aren of tarley 6.I1. comnditiosn
u.4t. The area of rye .(*.. esiulittan M2..:L
The area of clover iU.?7. colndition ter..I.
A riset. Vghter killed.
iAN F.IAtt.('414(. Jutne 10. Harry M..
Bride and Frank lare. waiter,. quar
rsled over agirl. adujournell to the (;oldlen
Gate club antl fought. with hi, onunlce
glove.. threl roundsl,. McBrLde was
knuckedl out. tihe blhnl Irouriug frllmin li
earrn. lnoi anId nouthi. A physician was
-alled who said that a blood vresel had
Mrell broken in McBrHde'. lhead and that
he would prolbably de. Larue was ar
NAM FK'~S IN.O, Juiel I1.--Harry Mc
Bride, who was hadly punished in a bra.
tal glove lighl t with Frank larne at the
Golden Gate Athletic club last night, died
this morning. Larne is under arrest.
Nistr warrants for the arrest of spreta
tors of the fight are out, but will not he
served lluntil the result of thie autopsy is
known. Great escitlentlel lrenvails in
ilullllst( cirele. .
lertp trl y Jamisotn. of the G(oldeni Gate
club. Frank Jones. a directur, and Josejub
Bowers. ThLi MIcGratlm and Jolmia Joewl.
seconds, have been aires ted.
Usany Altsw. Again.
SAl' FiAt 1'sOJUIIC lto. Trie sulen·)I
eawS of Ca('lfornia to-day rIemdrtlfl a cdti.
do. reverlsng the judguwimi eof 11w lower
eourt granting alimuony andl cuonwl fee
1o Sarah Althe.a Satron in her dlvjore
cane againut William S luarom. The al
agsd coatract of malrrelage Elr whkih s1W
bared her claims was (mrlarul by the
United States circult court in INDi tE he a
lafoery and therefore nmIII) amId vold.
EVEN sOND_ PORPEITED.
The (agret assemi Setas came I to e City
Iv tBr Iiamicsr's fedt WWWe.
Bimrcq, Jutl.-It was a great day it
the pollee e rt forfaeln bonds. No
lees tha saive defendants who wer out
on ball failed to repond when their amnes
were called and tbhir bonds were de
elsd forfeited. Iis of these were Fia
landers who were gathered in last nlght
for makning temselves too conspkuous
in a free Ight which was going on in a
saulon I. East Pahr street kept by one of
their coun rmea. One of the defendants
was a doubloRder. having renewed
the fighting after having been released on
bond. He was gain arrested and the
privilege of glving l ds denied lhil,. He
was ined for both oenee.
William and Martin Herrou pleaded
guilty to complaints fur drunlkenless
andtl in default of $I and insts eac,.
P. Neal and ('urly M'onald adknmitted
hait they wen al rg and gladly pironm~i
to leave tine city uller penalty of a te.nm
'1 itoia. ('ounlolly was. also arraignel
as a vai. He pleaded not guilty and his
trial wasr set for to-uorrw afternooll at 4
THE NATIONAL GAME.
Im the Natolnal Leageu.
('iu too June 10. The l('kev.eland
klague telas to-day played without an er
ro. inut their inabihlty to hit Hutchinson,
hIst them tiln ganme. Attendanc.e 1,0.U.
'hi a .1..... . 0o 4 I1 I 1 o1 I 5
::Ilk* m i . ... ..0t 1 4 11 Uo o 0 U 0 4
HIIu. (4'lr. lueI(i,1'evelantwl: . rr.or., I'hkiakp,
: Ihi-rkew, IhlbheIeImm n aU KittredgeI , Rentisn
asul 7JMubl.r; umIIruIn, (;allagller.
CINt'INNATI, June 10. -All of the lotal
leagues Ihit were well Ilunched and Ipro
duced runs to-day. Attendance 1,1i1,.
PlustirK.. .. . tO 4 I1 a O 0 I ii I 2
('inlinull .. .. :i i i o r * t
HitsL, Itlslurg nl. 'iulu.iluti 1io; errror., Plls
bur y 41'. 1ui'ulul . Io, llmt.rile. 7,sunid.r. aulI
I a-ker; Foretuanl land iklui in. allllllidre., M'
BoOKum a.nN, June 10. The local league
club won another game fromn Boston to
day. batting out the winning runl. in the
seventh inning. Attendance 1.100.
Ilioton ...... ..... 0 as ao i t ai 1-4
Broklyn . .... U E I to t 4 I *'
Illt. Al Mw1 II, Hnrklyn x; merrrs. Iuaton I.
Iru'klyn :; Iatterhs, ('larkm, anud l enuett,
aelt anl Itmleshou; umpire, MiEjuakl.
PHILAI)ELPHIA, June 10.--The visitors
poor fleding gave the Philadelphia league
club an eay~ victory this afternoon. At.
New York...... ... .. 0 o 05 i I E 0l I
Philaldelphia.......... uo I Ut :s o *
Ilt., New York 7 t hilladlld)hia o; errors, New
York 7; 'hIiladelphia ; Ihlterlie. Welsh auld
Burkley. I' kery) mad ('i.lkeUt ; iepirn*. I.Pow
err, Iau" llrla,.
Th. Play.rs, Lsan..
PHILAIWr.I.YHIA, June 10. - To-.lay's
Brotherhood gan. warn clome amd earl l
lng. None of the run. were earned. At
tendance 1,200. Sco e :
Imllndelepmia .. t :1 to m m cm o mo 0 :1
New Yor k...... ....0 m u t o 0 i _ o
l1mIaateIlrll~Ia 5; New Y'mk. r. *rmr%,
\ew I wk.t, 11(Aelrimbg.lr 5: bnllmerkw~, Ituflng.
team. Irmu a nad Keefre: (mmme stol Vauglmh; mmmii
pinim. Knighlt, Jmunri.
PmrrmItmum, Junme 10. Time IPittalxrf
Brotherhood club won thie game thin af
ternoon by immliprl field work and olpgo
tune batting. Attendance 1.1100. Score:
PLttieimm. . ... ....2 0 :t o 2 3 Io I 0- 10
Chknagc........411 Ito 2 (0nm 001-4
Hits. Irtttmtmrg I* ('hcagui lb ernr.. Pttlmmlmtm
4. c'hk-gm o : i; lg I tlern, (jilum sime Imwamtl,
Ktakiwla stul Yarrel; malupirmie ItmiItm muwlt Per
B(xN)maiNx, June 10.-- Vanm HIaltren was
the hero of to-day's Blrothmerlhoomd gamen.
Itrfoklyu........ I m o u0 I s
itogm - I m m I of c (I
hue. h rmlwlm): Imm mI* Hsue l : merrcmre, IImmumklymm
. Ikmmmmac s: sluattilc. Van~ ltmmltrm., Mmaii himm
mc,, (:1s"11 14timid ?wett : .Ytall Itew tiam111 'romming.
BLm)vAIA). Jiunie 10.-TIm.. BiiiuoM easily
iefeatedl thme ('leviland BmIi-tlmerlmoo.l tiaimn
tihis aftennm.mmm. Attemmdam-e :t 0.
Ilim slatme .. i I 7. i i ii 0 I " i s
tim-em-lmtil I C I 0 0 1 to m i 0
III I'en., Itimitil.. I *l ak. , It;ii .I *i r iflli 4
emmpirn.s, Ilim ic... 4 gnff}.j
11oap..4t or Another Big Ntrlkr.
I''rrrtutH4,, May 10. At tt~Iay' Amoal
gantiaatt' Ass'iatioim it wnws tklicki tl tl
tla' prier' for piakllilg iron in the easte'nl
dlistrict east of All~tWiuoiusi l Ihouldl he
$4 g'r tomE. This mneanl that time e.atern
workers will dlemnda. amn rnmnaswai in. Iay
all .mil at amll Iagqm.n.inmmom of Iof t1 ar
,-emit. This ,rove, gty two Ihmkeul Ilamium a.
tirnriwiag dlowam tlm. gRamsatkt amnd tmhene is
every intdenjtioim that the Immtamamfaattmren,,
will pot hxitat,' to e~ngrt'$ their nm'atihrmte.
to take it magp.
" Korrect Shapes"
iO'll IlnIPI.AV IN
SOFT AND STIFF HATS
IIAV K ALL AIIIIIVlIl .
A IPFA IAI.T1. A FL I.1. .IN.E: OF
Park & Main Sts.,
FAIRCHILD, GORNISH & COMPANY
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF
Knowles Addition No. I "I _ Central Addition,
Knowles Addition No. 2 Eddy Addition, Union Addition,
Daly Addition, Homevale Addition
------- TO THE CITY OF - .
S7 I SSOUI L7 +
Knowles Addition No. z.-This is every foot inside Eddy Addition-Three-quarters of a mile from business
property, selling to-day 30oo per cent. above what it center; 328 lots (4o acres) in the addition. We will
brought six months ago. Houses going up all over sell this whole property (3~ Tots) u. one body at
the adaition; a very few lots 5oxi3o feet left for rates that will enable the purchaser to more than
from $350 to $7oo each. double his money in six months.
Knowles Addition No. 2. -One-half mile to one mile Central Addition-Beautiful Location for homes; lots
from the business center of Missoula; selling range from $5o to $8o.
rapidly; lots 5ox i3o feet from $ioo to $250 per lot.
Homevale and Union-These additions are great
Daly Addition--Within i / miles from center of busi- favorites with the public.
ness; beautifully located; lots $75 to $ioo. Block
of _3 lots for $i,6oo. A SNAP. A very few blocks (24 lots) left which we can sell
Water mains and street cars on the above prop- at from $J,ooo to $I,5oo per block; within i I miles
erty this season. from business center.
FTIRCHILD, CORNISH & CO.,
Roberts Block, Missoula.
il, n a i nil •- I l l i m Illi Il li •I III P l l
F. STEPHENS & CO.
Wholesale sad Retail Dealer ia -
Meats, Groceries and Provisions.
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
MRIN STREEET. - RNRCONDR
- > Mr.RKET.
W. P. BURROWS, Prop.
PIRIT-ST.. - RNCONDR
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in all Kinds of Fresh
and Salted Meats.
Anaconda Livery Stable
D. t. K.OWNRI.t P.4. P I I 1''N k.
Buggies. Saddles anIII Ht,,r.,
0o1** and Alatte sheek Aib eel d 3.
Exchange Drain on the
Principal Cities of
the United States
Interest Paid on Time Deposi
AND PRODUCE COMPIHNY
Lumber, lath, Shingles, Doors, Windows, and louldings
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FLOUR.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Hay, Grain, Feed, and Hard and Soft Coal. Agents Continental Oil
Company. We carry in Stock a Full Line of
M7 ITCHE LL RO NS
From QUARTZ GEARS to light SPRING WAGONS. Also CLARK, PERRY,
o< --Standard Buggies and Garriages--=-.ro
And a full line of Road Carts of best makes. Garden City, Clipper and Chilled Plows. A full line
of Peters' and Morley Bros.' Concord Harness. Smith, Worthingtor. & Co.'s Carriage, Buggy and Track
Harness. Saddles, Whips, Robes and Dusters, and everything pertaining to this.
I'Call and look through our stock. It is complete in all the different lines, and we defy com
petition J. T. CARROLL, Manager.
J. L. HUI.ILTON.
Wbi sa sad dbealr hin
Staple and Fancy Groceries and Provisions
Good Goods and low prics
*SPmCIRL XTTUNTION TO PXIRILY TRRDo*
Main Street, Aw*eada. . Opposite Opera He.ss.
B. F. Mahan. George Linsley.
MAHAN & LINSLEY,
Real Estate and lining Stock Brokers
OFFICE, COR. FIRST # MAIN STS.
RNROONDR. - - - - - MONT.
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