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-VIL, X1J, NOG 287 BUTTE, MONTANA, WEDNRESAi EVENING. FEBRUARY 26, 1902, PRICE FIVE CENTS WHOLE FAMILY ARE MURDERED SIx PEOPLE KIL.,1 D AND PItED UP IN ONE E"P NEAR WELCH, LOUISIANA. NO MOTIVE FOR THE CRIME Evidence Goes to Show That It Was Prearranged Plot But That the Pa3i ily Were Surprised at the Usual Daily Avocation. (By Associated Press.) Welch, La., Feb. 26.--Business has been suspended in this little town. The murder of six member, of the Earl family has cast an influence over the whole community which makes the or dinary affairs of life impossible. The body of L. S. Earl, father of the murdered boys, was found in a ditch near his home, with the throat cut and the body far gone In putrefaction. There is every evidence' that the murders were committed as part of a prearranged plot. The home of Ward Earl, three miles from here, was some distance from that of the father. The evidence goes to show that Ward Earl was first murdered and then his family were summoned from the home and then murdered. Mrs. Earl left a piece of sewing in her machine, when she left home, and the three children had scattered the cards with which they were playing about the floor. Bodies in a Reap. When the bodies were found they had been piled In a heap with the exception of that of L. S. EarlL which had not been carried to the home of his son. The bodies of the 'ffys had been thrown into one room, Ward's at the bottom, and upon the heap the body of Mrs. Earl was cast. The only possible motive which can be conceived was robbery. Miss Maud Earl is in a critical con dltion. Her mind seems to be affected by the shock to such an extent that she cannot realize the extent of the tragedy. The reported arrest of the suspected man in Missouri has not been confirmed as yet. The funerals of the six victims will take place today. BOERS ARE STILL ACTIVE. Lose Several Men in an Attempt to bush an Outpost. (By Assoclated Press.) London, Feb. 26.-Lord Kitchener re ports that 600 Bloers, driving cattle, rushed the outpost line near Botha berg'during the. night of February 23, and that some of them got through. The Boers left 16 dead and six wounded on the field. ., A dispatch from Lord Kitchener, made public today, says: "A convoy of empty wagons was at tacked and captured by the Boers southwest of Klerksdorp, Transvaal Colony, February 24. The escort consisted of a force of the imperial yeomanry, three new companies of the Northumberland fusiliers and two guns. The fighting was severe, but there are no further details. PECULIAR CONDITION OF TOWN. Msyor Dead, Treasurer Gone and Rec ords Are All Destroyed. (By Associated Press.) Danville, Ky., Feb. 26.-The town of Sidell, this county, finds itself in a pe culiar predicament. It is without town officers, laws or ordinances. Mayor Goof died a few days ago as the result of a gunshot wound accidentally re ceived while hunting; George Clarkson, the town treasurer, has resigned and left for Oklahoma, while in a recent fire the city offices were destroyed, together with all the town records. A committee has been appointed to prepare new ordinances and at the next meeting of the town council, a mayor and treasurer will be elected. The predicament is unique in the his tory of municipalities. McCord Appointed Marshal. (By Associated Press.) Washington, Feb. 20.-The president has decided to appoint Myron McCord, former member of the house of repre sentatives from Wisconsin, a marshal of Arizona, in place of Ben Daniels, whose commission was recently revoked. Runmor in Circulation. (By Associated Press.) Bulletin, Feb. 26.-An uncredited ru mor was in circulation here that the king of Servia had been assassinated. Count Tolstoi Is Well. (By Associated Press.) Yalta, Crimea, Feb. 26.-All immedialo danger of the death of Count Tolstoi is passed, GAZETTE GIVES NEWSPAPERS SOME ADVICE. * (By Associated Press.) 4 4 Iondon, Feb, 26.-The attitude 4 Sof *the English newspapers to- 4 ® wards the visit of Prince Henry O * of Prussia to the United States O * called out a recall for the West- 4 4 -minstral Gazette, which cautions 4 O the responsible papers against a , * continuance of a policy whereby 4 0 Great Britain is placed in the O 4 awkward pesition of seeming de- 4 a sirous of making bad blood be- 4 tween Germany and the United 4 • States while putting Is a claim 4 4 for gratitude on her own account 4 * on the score of past favors. 4 4, 4 4 4 4 ® 4 4 ON A. RACE TRACK TODAY KING EDWARD APPEAEDD FOR THE FIRST TI]M SBINCE HIS ASBCENION TO THRONE. HIS HORSE AMBUSH II. WON Sporting World Hail With Delight and Enthusiaem the Return of the Royal Colors to the Turf. (By Associated Press.) London, Feb. 26.-For the first time since his accession, King Edward today appeared on a race course. He went to the Kempton Park steeplechases to see :1is grand national candidate, Ambush II, run in the Strand steeplechase. This was Ambush II's first race in public since the horse won the grand national In 1900 and the first appearance of the king's color on a course since the death of Queen Victoria. Consequently the sporting world hailed the day as notable in turf annals. As anticipated, Ambush II (aged) won the race, and his victory was followed by a scene of wild enthusiasm. The distance was two and a halt miles. INDIANS- SENT UP CHIEFS AND OTHERS WHO RE SISTEID ALLOTMENT. CREEK NATION LAND AFFAIRS ChiLto and Crazy Snake' Are Impris oned and Heavily Fined for Dis agreeing With the Dawes Commission. (By Associated Press.) Muskogee, I. T., Feb. 26.-Chitto Hargo, or Crazy Snake, and nine of his followers were today, in the fed'.ral court, sentenced to the United States penitentiary at Leavenworth for two years and each fined $5,000, on a charge of conspiring against the government. They were the leaders of what is known as the Snake band of Indians who have resisted the allotment of land made by the Dawes commission in the Greek nation and prevent the settlement of affairs by the government in the In dian territory. WILL TELST THIE ODINANCE. It Is Thought That Because of an Error It Is Void. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, FOb. 26.-Transcripts on ap peal were being prepared today in the cases of Kitty and Lillie Hasley vs. the City of Anaconda. They will be filed to day or tomorrow. These women were fined $10 each in the police court for maintaining houses of questionable reputation and an appeal is being made to test the legality of the ordinance governing this matter. It is said that publication of the ordinance was not properly sworn to by the pub Usher of the paper in which It was pub lished. It is held that the employe who swore to the publication had not the authority to do so, therefore making the ordinance void. EXPLOSION AT NEW WORKS. One of the Steam Pipes Burst But Did Little Damage. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Feb. 26.-There was an ex plosion at the new works last night that might have ended seriously had condi tions been different from what they were. One of the large steam pipes in the power plant burst about 11 o'clock. At the time there were but two men in the room, the engineer and the dynamo man, They were seated on a bench at one end of the building when the explo sion came, and they flattened out on the bench and stayed there. A shower of iron missiles fell all around them, one of which struck and split the bench on which they were sitting. They, however, escaped injury. One of the large engines in the plant part of the city receiving its lights from the new works was in total darkness for more than two hours. The lights in the new works were also out and for that reason but very little work was carried on there last night. The accident occurred just as the 11 o'clock shift was coming off and the re lief had not yet reached their places. FILLED FULL OF BULLETS WHILE ASLEEP. '4 (By Associated Press.) 4 Carllnsvllle, Ill., Feb. 26.--Wood O ford Hughes, a prominent citi- 4 4 zen of Scottville, a small town 4 O northwest of this city, was mur * dered in his bed at 1 o'clock this 4 C. morning by three unknown men. 4 O Hughes was spending the night 0 4 with Balar Seymour, and when 4 " the three men entered the house 4 0 he arose in bed, startled, only 4 0 to be filled full of bullets. The 4 0 men escaped. 0 Bloodhounds ,from this city 4 were put on the trail. 0 0 The men did not attempt a 4 0 robbery. , 4 0 PRINCE HENRY HAS A QUIET DAY ON THEBHOHENZOLLERN (By AssIlated Press.) New York, Feb. 26.-Prince Henry of Prussia remained on board the Hohenzollern this morning. A visit to Grant's tomb, which thº Ilriage had desired to make early In the day, was postponed because thj wreathn to be placed on the sar cophagus were not finished in time. This was to be a quiet day for t priace, compared with the busy one he had yesterday. After resting on b4rd the yacht during the morning the program was for him to go to Sherl,'s to be entertained at a luncheon to which one hundred men from differe*t paats of the United States, prominent in commerce, industry and finance, ha4 hees invited. This luncheon, it was expected, wquld take up the prince's time until 3:30 p. m., when it was his intention to sq for alight-seeing trip about New York City. The evening's program Included a Jisit to the hion club, review of a parade of German societies and the dinner given by the New York $tunats Zeltung to the American press In ho nor of Prince Henry. SENAT[ GALLRY IS TIHRONGED EVERYONE WAS EXPECTING A SCENE ABOUT THE McLAURIN TILLMAN AFFAIR. ADJOURNED IN SHORT ORDER Elections Committee Busy and So Par Has Been Unable to Settle the Question of Senate's Re cent Disglace. (By Associated Press.) Washington, Feb. 26.-Again today the galleries of the acnate were thronged with spectators when the odly convened. All were anticipating trouble respecting the right of Senators McLaurin and Till man of South Carolina to participate in the debates of the body ahbile under the ban of contempt. Immediately after the chaplain had pronounced the invocation, Mr. F'oraker of Ohio was recognied. He said that on account of the McKin ley memorial exercises which hwere to be held In the hall of the house of repre sentatives at or about 12 o'clock toinor row, he moved that when the senate ad journed today it be until 11:45 a. In. to morrow. The motion was agreed to. Mr. Burroughs of Michigan, chairman of the committee on privileges andi ele, tions, was recognized. He said the com mittee was in the midst of the considera tion of a very important question, a e4u elsion upon which had not been reached By instruction of the committee he therefore moved that the senate adjouirn. Without objection the motion was car rled and the senate adjourned. Elections Committee. The meeting of the senate committee. on privileges and election this forenoon did not result in supplying any solution of the difficulty that the senate Is in in view of the Tillman-McLaurin, mat ter. The republican memlbers of the com mittee frankly confess that they had not been able to formulate a schemne which would relieve the situation, and after less than an hour's discussion they agreed the committee should adjourn until 12 o'clock, the understanding being that the senate should adjourn after a Irlief session and thus give the commit tee an opportunity to fully consider this most important question which most senators look upon in its present shape as a stumbling block in the way of all other legislation. In District Court. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Feb. 2G.--Petition for let ters of adminlstration was filed in the olffice of the clerk of the district court this morning in the case of the estate of John Ferris, deceased. An order was made, signed and entered setting Marc"h 8 as the date of hearing. ('ounty At torney Duffy fled a complaint against John (1ozdanovich, accusing bhin of :s sault in the first degree on the i,ody of one John Starkovic\h. The former was tried in a Justice court and bound over for trial In the district court under $1,000. The ease will nomne off at the next term of court. Caught in Missouri. (By Associated Press.) Spikard, Mo., Feb. 26.-A. I. Batson, who was a hired man on the Earle place at Welch, La., where six members of the family have been found murdered, has been arrested here on suspicion of belng connected with the crime. Batson will be held pending the arrival of requis tiol Ipaplers. Ohio River Rising. (By Associated Press.) Huntington, W. Va., Feb. 26.-The Ohio river is 26.1 feet, and is rising rapidly at 8 a. m. All the West Virginia streams are still rising. PAYING TELLERS ARE ACCUSED OF STEALING. 4 (By Associated Press.) 4 4 Buffalo, N. Y., Feb. 26.-Henry " O J. Baker, formerly paying-teller 4 O In the city treasurer's office, was 4 O arrested today charged with 4 grand larceny in the first degree 0 4 in appropriating $5,200 on No- 4 4 vember 12, 1900, of funds entrust- 4 4 ed to his care as paying-teller of 4 4 the city. - Louis H. Eckhert, a 4 4 former bank tax collector, under 4 , City Treasurer Qerst, surrendered 4 > himself today and was informed 4 that he had been indicted for 4 * grand larceny in the first degree Q for appropriatlng $7,000, Bothl-. , pleaded not guilty. 4. 44.4444 4' " " ikl VAL[T JON[S IS ON THE STAND HE HAS ALR'EADY SWORN TO FOUR DIPPFNENT STATEMENTS AND ACKNOWLEDGES IT. HIS TESTIMONY DISCREDITED Cross-Examination of the Main Wit ness Against Lawyer Patrick on Trial for the Murder of Millionaire Rice. (fly Assoclated 'j'(es.) New York. Feb. 26.- Tlh cross-examinl l iuno of Charles F. Jones wa15 (leotillnulE' today in the trial of Albert T. Palrick, who Is accused of thle urlder iof Willinam Jones, In his dire'ct examnllllation, maid lh killed ltice by means of chlorofortn, ioti that he did (no by P'atrick's orders. Yesterday Jones, In anI\wIr to Attorney i..One, who c'lidulct(ed tIh crIosis-c'xamin. . ntion, said he had made four different etatements of the cireumstanc.s attend lri the dean, of Ilit c. The first statement was made to Ptolle .c':altln McClaskey, who was in chargie io the detectlive hureau. A copy of this :tatement was read to the jury. It was dated October 4, 1900, and In it Jnes declared that Patrick was lice's ilawyer oand that Rice sent him frequently Lil Patrick'sR offlee, and that he (JunerO) jits present whon .tine slgned what is known as the 11)00 will. CAPTURE D[S[RTER LUKBAN ONE OF THE MOST EN ERGETIC OF THE REBELS. FACTORY IS DESTROYED War Department Announce That These Are the Most Important Cap tures Since That of Aguinaldo. Washington, Feb. 2(i.-A nothr ,'aptur e i' recorded in a dispatch fromn Manila, ni' nely that of Wil lan D!)unston, sald to hI a deserter from Company C, EIlghIh ihfantry, who had In his p)ossesslon a lot of arms and ammunition and all of the .tole necessary for the making of ammu Ltilon. SHe was captured by Second lroutenant "'ratt, First Infantry, at Caghain, on the Island of Samnar. The lieutenant also destroyed thlle fa1,: tioy and killed 11 sHolllet.rs, blstules cIap tluring all of Dunston's c'rrellS litnll 'lei.., The officials of the war dLIlartmelnt conslder these caltulres the Imost JLm p rltant since the capture of Aguinaldo. "J he place of ¶is conrflnlemllent is a tiny ,l-ltnd in a Ibay on the nortih coast of . FaIpar. , l.Ikban, who was also i'aptuI'ed, L' pnle of the milot e.l'nergetk and ,jf rlcious of rebels. lie is a haltf aIlk and has been an irlreconsilable from the first. lie has varloios r(enezvous in the mountains fromi wh|h he would de e eind upon towns anid the terror was noo colul~lete that the entire population oS thii. island paid tribute to hlilt as the price of freedom from attack. Iordinary campaign methods failed in his case and his capture now Is believed ,to be the natural wortking out of the system of dividing the Island into small slquares by military garrisons and mak ing It iLnposslble for the insurgenls to obtain food or shelter. EXPLOSION! OF NATURAL GAS WRECKS A HOME. 4 (Ily Assoclated Press.) I, 4 Kokomo, Ind., Feb. 26.--A nat- 4/ 4-, ural gas explclion today wrectked s" 4 the home of Mrs. Harriet Achey. 4 fe She and Mrs. Ida Achley and 4' 4 Mrs. Blanche Barringtol were 4' *'terribly injured and will die. 4 4 Frank Wyatt, a Panhandle 4 4 brakeman, was seriously burned 4' 4 In rescuing the women from the 4 Sflames. '4 It was the third natural gas ex- ,v - ,1Lt t. in this city within a week. O nd explosion followed tile d two firemen had a 4 us escape. 4 a1i 4' CR[W DOWN filu THE SCUP F RENOH BARK V flt WAS THOUGHT LOST IN B STORM HAS SICK SA.&,JIR. WEATHERED STORM ALL RIGHT Men Will Be Made Comfortable on Board and Proper Food Furnished Them or Taken to the Hospital. (Ily Associated 'Pess.) Fecntle, Feb. 2(1.- A slpe(ialt ti tIhe' Timlen, frol' Port Angeles llyN: The' French Ihark Les]' AdIllphe', 16'2 days front Mltadigalelnt' rountllnd for I'll t land, against which thLe in' I re-insulr Ilnee ofl 20 per Sent' , rtIrlredl here todllay with llno1 t 1 velry ln11 o1f the erlw down wllh ReUl'vy. Fo(r he Ist 25 dllays the crle'1w have been tsubsl.t lg 11on 4one bIsltilt per day to the1 Imnltll, tind we'le forl1 nlll) tlime without any water. Tihe 'ook of thel lbot (tlld alnd was( buri4ed at sea bLeeuse of (age'. Arrange II1ments I being ml4t:e Ito l send the 4lek to the hosplltnl, while the' banlince of the crew w' ll rem111 nl1 h.ere '(t t1(Il they re The site of the (re1'w I1i their weilk ened nd dise(sed condit'411ionl wnas wful. ('apt. F. '.'hllh ,1 w4s himself obIllged Ito) welarl' i bal llllndag overl I ls llHno, lllnd rlme coverling the diheasn. A uppllly Iof fool' d 4id ill other things n1O' ,''ary 1o lmlllkIl Ihb' 11I441 .(o('4l1n llcmfort 11 was hulrrledly lpu4t Ihtlon ird. 'The ''Iessel weathered l (lthe Istorm wit \ h out dullgle. SENATE COMMITTEE MoLAURIN AND TILLMAN WILL NOT BE SUSPENDED. SEVERE CENSURE PROBABLE Chairman Burrows Bays Subjeot Bhould Be Considered Wholly riom a Non Partisan Standpoint-No Great Difference of Opinion. (fly AmsotI'uteid 'ira'sk,) WVashinlgton, F'lb. 26. 'Thle ,,l'tnlg if ile i m ut' elf v' tionN rinrnlItt(e wits tmarked by the best of felling on tilhe part of all ine'tber''s and iill agre'd riad ily to It ipel'l nlltry slagesll olln by Challir"nlU Iurrows that(i the lulOHIllan should hi apprllllouched roi a piltrely non jitlrt.,tl stlitnl iipoint lito iint' of Itsi gilln 'ral liIiportit li .i'. It wais i'vident, howiever, Ihat the dernloclratl w 'er, icll inel d In aplll rel. nll d tome 'fforl iit Jir lll'al mulltlal by tlhe t'r bllll'll llH illd Ih 'ila l hl huough whlc'h thli was \ 1nullfe'ted s(loon letenllll evidoent whein letiualor 'ForlikTr made tiiht HugK'lh linI that Ilhlre shuiili hi'b a Severer deg'', of punishment meted out to Hetnatorl Tilllnman than to Heitatitor M' l.au111ll. Helinat ( or I)tlhoiH lllut this St.lgg still with a n'.atItiv and wihsen the MUKKgH lion witls aitri'rwlud nlduji Ilihi Hsenlator Tilllnlm n hoilhitii ., ca-hll'ied up in lto lI've before tho inijii ' llltt h ti tIle chharge whlc'h lii' ha ll ri'pea'I' t I li tii' H.llutu Ihat Ills colleguu' hiad yield ,i to undlue hillu .in", lhe was alI obJt'louIll thal if IhllM lmatteir lhioull h en llvrt d i pi oll iiiiei M'nator wiutldu i mist )l o I l hI hi ' '-olJrin Ing of Ithe Iiihargi-s 4 11 Il' In the! uio i Inlttee In I i cliiiol ilo n wtll lih olo'I tion ofi the ohiw SIniatio's, wh'ih iItharg'.' have nevir I,r'iii ,llplon i'd of. Will Be (,ensured. D)uring ii lil' inaiig imoting of- the. commnitte, H' nlllltor I lley nIthtiei tIlte republcanll IIn'ImIJr . hat thil t dlhmo'lralm would not ubilillt to t1in' aldoptling tof Ill' 'niolutlion sumt'ndllrling billi th Houthl Carolina Snatorls. 11e aili that Ihey agr'eed upeon Ilthe p.ii llIihmIn't for ith' breach of p-ea-i In I+the sn.lttt', hut he wan Hurt that the lldenitor lt'lIn would 'not submnt Ito ally proln"dings which witoul I deprive the slate' of riltt plsent.latun. lHorie of the re pulhil'auin mnlvribtur il' lilt' 'commtle replied tllhat they ar,.,.td as to th tunlwilsdoitlrn and iupraitlhalbillly - proc'teeding by way of lu.HIpnrlliin. WhileI no pnrospeltilvi s.tatemllntl oi 3pllity wasa mladr from the ir.tublhlan hid,, I.h',r was olugtllh h id to lIt i int lt ,I' r'on lllti alon that the proptoui.ud roinMtlllonu for uSupi'nmnon had been abandoned and tlht the punimhmnuvt Suggested will I~ in 161' lh( ntilllnlut bllli-nl noggi-itt t Ill li , Ii t.lt furlll of a 'I oIurI', Jli.ut llh an IIu li n'ii e'H ofi the, lb ,onlilllitlli 'ay thait Is pira'ti'ally the only u'urusn oiip n to theil. The '30republitaIn, hiwVtiv'r, will ionttltend fur ii 111 nor' /'ver' r''haIe it Mr. TillmaUn than Shall -e adapted fi'l' Mr. MPlIturi'll, and the dmInotlIrats will ruesist this dis e' imination. ''hat i snow the point if greatesti differ HANGED IN NORTH CAROLINA FOR BURGLARY. , (ily A-:siclated Pr'hs.) $ 4 Ashvllh', N. C., Feb. 213.---l)ut- '> 4 ley Johnson, white, and lien F'os- 'i 4 ter., cololred, were hinged here + 4 today at 12:30 for burglary. o O They were given a church burial , O during the afternoon. ,f 6) Burglary at light In North li 4 Carolina is a capital offense, andi ., O today's executions wrere the flnali 4 chapters In a ease tattetnded by %i 4 many exciting Incidents. 4) 0 G 4t 4 4 44444 44444<ýi Div ^" HIS M[MORY IS HONORED CENTENARY BIRTH OF VIOTOR HUGO WAS CELFBRATED IN PARIS TODAY. WAS ONLY COMMENCEMENT Festivities Will Last Until Sunday and Will Be Participated in by All the High National Dignitaries -General Porter There. (Ily Asoeliated Prenss.) Parl, Pel,. 26.--The series or festlvltles to elebrate the birth of Victor IHugo; which will not be complete until Sunday next, olpetined thi morning with aI grand ceremony within the Pantheon, undler the ntll1tiers of tlhe government. PIreshidlnt Loubet. the members of the cabinet, the .tnate and thie chambner oft deplutiN, repr)l'si'nntative delgatlons fronm th Instllute iandl other state bodies, In cludlng the leading lights of art, sclence and literature In France, arnd deputlatton fruonl the vitrios ll duenthional instltutiond were prsenlt. Presldenlt Ioubet was warml'ly cheereld nlilng the route as he, drove to ithe 'tantheon, estrcolted by a qoulltiron of ctlllrn tlers. The presidenit i1t cabhninet inhilaterg took their seats in the olntclal ttrbune r'etlted lin tihe chamblllller, white in the trlianiiept h.InentIithi the dome were two otelltilt tribuitnes, one to the right, re served flr Madamlle ]L,)tthet anti wives of imlnistler, and the other to the left, iin iihlch the membtIliers of Victor Ilugo's frnily were H0,lled. Theo tnitel Htates amnhbasador, (lenerntl oPitr, lent in the fronllt row of ,aitt set aat rt for the dip lllli .c carps. Bust of Hugo. Eixatlly onenlth the center of lihe io.imt rose, from out of a. hluster tif 1l;01114 111l4 flowiers, the hutt of Victolr Ittg., lby tlhe ee-bhrulehd sIIulptor l l l•vh d'An111r%, andt thisn las the iniymblol to whllh . ille Iyeis of the thouHands of the spectators nsmin hlhd within the ,ant hall 'were directel. A fewi mlipm hithind the 'buit wiH it llttle tJilntflrm, froml which- the Irti in of tihe tconiI fi't' cull t is re lted ve-tirses I'or the pIet'I wick. Tribunh s far the wiiat wi.4, hIlputhles, uli unll icl nnl and oth l'r princir 1.tl guentl e were ranged r.u1;li the nave, about t,000 petsials 1tu all t hi g prtePsent. A pll\'vihiegd portion ibeltween the bust ndll the flolit of the hvresilent l's llulne tas reterved for al:out 110 young men and xtrts s.dle.ted from various achoolt to typify the youth of Plrancce. The ldernoratilon of the Interio of the 'allntiel, forit whti-h patlilllmnent \otedi 8tl,tHi) If':tns, was very simple tbut lm prl'ssivtl, blue beitng the dnlnantlt:lltt color. 'The d.it lm were drlapd i'ilth blue vlv\'etl,, ornt nu ll tl | with the 1111ttial "V. II.," and Iei ntl'lh the dotelli wIas Mus Ip ionled .i n teolitrtiiiuH gilt liureltll ltreat.h, lrnteheel to OW Hurr·ounding malls by The I 'l tii it uliter, i- mpRlinietly hhi,lin by (Ilvil hatulings miiiibroldlred In gold, Ill thi. ctrilli oif whclh sttood oul t a ;tige wirel th, Ili'losing withi It it 0lyire and t lt hiiut lils "V. ii .," i i lllllth being the <ltttll "JI02-l902." 'Th' rli'lle o tll'lll Pavitele was I t.,ilY hullg' with blue velvel, bearing the Inone of th o" url I, ihh It 'lu. chlters of tl lits an flags 'hi'lIghteil id thle ext'ern l c olo r of ithe effect. 'Pitth iveniony beigant shortly after 10 O'clock iti thie rnor'tintg and was con , iudeh ati 11:4), a. Iln. The pro grall In 'ldctld ouiilogittic i iddrtesses by M. Ley . -s11 , ltiulhter of publc intuhu -lion, and, M. liiiotleatulx, pire.tldent of the Institute, toud the rienditton of lhi hytins buised o11 tgo lll' wlhlorks by M. Dl)mnos of the iopn.'ul titt a ichtut of 180 mIen att-I Vwotten. The hiand iof thte reputi blhcan guard, aun rrilho tita nul brit g 1.)00 e)trstit iper i-ti- it-is. itust itipo,-ing crt full of tcolor, owing ito the blrilli!nt tollhtl of tthe la-dles i ti tthe unltir-nis oif the olfielrla . Ill all thl, puhtilet i"hools of Fri'ilaice the day it I:1 b rti.eltibruted by lcturesi- on the life of P'rance.' national poet and by rt.iltig fe-omlt iis wot'ks by the pro fto toittit, WARRANT ISSUED FOR ARREST OF DORSEN. Y (Spe.ial to Inter Mountain.) 4 A Anaconda, Feb. 20.- -A war- 4 r! r'ant \1.14a issued this aflternoon * i for It. 1'. Dormen, charging him 4 , with the larceny of a holseH and 4 buggy owned by ('. 8. tHLan v 4? MISS ROOSEVELT'S MESSAGE TO EMPEROR. (ii (IAy Asxoc)lated Press.) W. Washington, Feb. 26.-Following 4? * IH ai 'opy of a cablei(Lgl'aIi sent to 4 , Ie 111. (l11rlll 1 .lltmer'or yestt erday 4 from New York by Miss touose- 4 i volt: 4 "lllH Majesty, the Emperor, 4r " I-lln, (elrmlany: The Meteor 4 has been nuccessfully launiched. 4 I congratulote you and I thank 4 <r you for your courtesy to me and 4? 4 send you my best wishes. 0 <4 (iligned) 4 to "ALI(CE tOOSEVEI..p." 4 4 Prince Henry left the ,Hohen- O 4 , z.oler'n at 3:30 p. m. and boarded 4 4 the navy yard tug Vigilant for 4 « the battery. 4 `4 The program is for him to go 4. from the battery to visit the 2 4? mayor at the city hall, where 4 4- t he board of aldermen will pre- 4 4> lent hli with the freedom of the 4 4> city. 4