Newspaper Page Text
'UOTTE .NTER VIOUNTAIN.
VOL. XXII. NO. 40 BUTT. MONTANA. FRIDAY EVENING;. MAY 2, 1902. PRICE FIV CENTS Of fCRS SAI THIIY ACTED IN S[[L-Dor[NS[ IMPRISONED BLUE COAT8 PROM CRUISER CHICAGO PARDONED BY THEE ING. THEY WERE ABSOLUTELY SOBER Whole Trouble Arose Over the Acci dental Upsetting of a Table-Did Not Strike the Polioe-At tacked by Mob. (By Associated Press.) Venice, May 2.-In an Intervi.w with the imprisoned officers of the United States cruiser Chicago, they warmly re pudiated the reports from Rome that they were under the influence of wine at the time of the trouble and said that on the contrary they were absolutely sober. Lieutenant John I. Doddridge re marked: "After the accidental upsetting of a table in the cafe by myself and a com panion at 11 o'clock at night, we were followed and attacked by a mob and two municipal policemen appeared on the scene. "I, with my open hand, motioned to the crowd to keep off. The police then seized us, but the mob continued so threatening that our brother ofticers and a marine who happened to be on the piazza, ran to our rescue. "We acted only In self-defense and against a large hostile crowd. We did not strike the police. Doubtless minun derstanding of the two languages had something to do with the trouble. "We have been allowed to remain to gether In prison, but the room in which we have been confined iswarmed with insects." Officers Are Released. (By Assolatd,(i Press.) Washington, May 2.--S.'cretary Moody has received the r'llowing cablegrein from Captain Dayton of tile Chicago dated Venice, today: "Party r,.,~ ased on pardon from king and are on board." BILL NOT SION[D BILL OF EXCEPTIONS IN MINNIE lEALY CASE STRIKES A SNAG. HEINZE'S LAWYER INTERPOSED Attorney Cotter Desired to Examine Bill Again Before the Signature of Judge Harney Should Be Attached. In the Minnie Healy case there was a slight hitch this morning In the silgning of the bill of exceptions which Judge Harney said yesterday he would sign as soon as It and the order settling it had been engrossed. The bill and the order were engrossed yesterday in consonance with the re quest of the court, and were presented to Judge Harney this morning for his signature. Attorney John W. Cotter, represent ing the defendant, Helnze, interposed a request to be allowed to examine the bill before the signature was attached, and his request was granted and the bill went unsigned. Delayed a Day. Mr. Cotter was given till tomorrow noon to look the bill over. At that time it will have to bie returned by him to the court for signing, and it will be signed then in all probability, unless something else halts it. Heinze's attorney desired to look at the bill because he said he understood there were some amendments added to It by the other side. Attorney L. O. Evans, representing the plaintiff, denied that amendments had been added. When Judge Harney's court opened this morning, Attorneys Evans and Stivers appeared to present the en grossed ,bill and order for the court's signature. Mr. Evans handed the In strument up to the court with the state ment that it was ready for the judge's autograph. Wants to Be Shown. At this Instant Mr. Cotter rose and requested to be allowed to see the bill before it should be signed. "I understand there are some amend,. ments to It, and we should like to have an opportunity to examine it," said he. "It has not been amended. It is In just the same form It was," Mr. IEvans returned rather sharply. "Well, we don't know anything about that. We have not had a chance to see it," Mr. Cotter said. "How long do you want?" Mr. Evans Inquired. "Well, I don't know. Not very long," Was the reply. Sharp Interchange. "Canl you get through with It In ten days? Will it take you longer than till the 10th of the month?" Mr. 1,'vans in tuh'ed. "No; It won't take us that long," said Mr. Cotter. "Well, Judge McHatton took one In just the same way once before, and he kept it two weeks," Mr. Evans replied. The court 'broke In here and said: "I will give you till 12 o'clock tomor. :'ow, Mr. Cotter." At that the bill and order went to Mr. ('otter, What will arise 'between this morning and tomorrow to further delay the bill of exceptions, it anything, remains to be seen. CYCLONE SW[[PT[D S[CTION Of IOWA DOING DAMIAO IN S[V[RAL CITIES BIX PERSONSB ERIOUSBL IN JURED AND GREAT INJURY DONE TO PROPERTY. WEALTHY FARMING COUNTRY Storms Were One Hundred and Fifty Miles Apart But Traveled in the Same Direction-Went in the Air for Fifteen Miles and Then Swooped Down Again for a Distance. (Fly Associatrd Press.) Des Moines, la., May 2.--ix persons Injured and $5.0,000 in damage to prop erty was the rerult of the work of two tornadoes that struck the state of Iowa last night. The storms were 150 miles apart, one striking at. Bayard, a town of 500 in habitants in Outhrie county, and the other being near the towns of Weldon and Van Wert, in Decatur county, In a weaulthy farmning neighborhood. The Injured are: Da id Hardin of layard, serious: lazel Williams of Weldon, Internal injuries, will die; Louise Williamlls of Weldon. internally, will die; Mrs. O'Hara of Weldon, not serious; ('Uptain William Walker, not serious. The Hayard storum s-etisl to have left the' ground afte-r passing through the town and traveled 15 miles without do ing further damage, when it struck a fatrming neilghborhoodl north of Itippey and therel demolishedlt a school houise and litany baiurns. Where It Started. A(illiltonl I arthlaulars Ir'oian the tor uhado that visited I)Deatur county last evenling state that it started six litles south Iof Van Wert andtl moved In it olriheta ic.trly direction, pasnlig one IIIsa canst o \'an Wert and baarely nlisingl 'Weldon. A Idozea,n flllr houses I its path or l10o y3ards wi'e, were wrecked. Fi've pl'o ple w\re' hurt in hIouses \ak'e'kt'dl beItweien \'in We't .and Weldon, 50 miles south of h-r". Iulouse and IlazcIl W\llllimams w\,'er pln I ned in a wreaked buildling and were hurt by Ilying adebris. Mr's. O('Har,a aand it childl were Itas seriously hirt In an othel'r hoiuse it short Distalnc'e frnai thl. \Villianms home. IFromnl Weldon 'the storm continuel In a no:theasterly dl're('tinll and struck W\Voodahlrn. a small ltown on the Hurl ington railroad, wh're live houseas were blown down or o'f th'leir ft und ctlons. No one w\a: injlured l t this phl'e. At lilyl'd, 50 minlles northlwest of hel're a dozen houseus we're badly lamalgel. . The ('hleago. Mllwauk,', & Nt. Paul deapot was allmost totally destroyed aind two large elevators ta:ndilng arlonagslde the MMllwalukee trlikls w'or unlroofe'd. Hurried Business. David IHardin was et ulht In the palh of the storm and 1b mlilnute's after it had passed wa~s found hanging to a tree. He was unc.onsnelous all night and Is1 still in a pre( arious (nndlition. I' e i.ltnesses ray that tlirh torrnado did not c,cc'rpaly more than one minutes in pIasR. ng th'rough lithe town. The direction w as fraom west to east. All wires in the neighborhood of IBayard tare down. Five miles north of Ilippey. Green eiuun ty, and 15 miles from lBayard, a sc'hool house was completely destroyed and theb barns of ('. T. Flotwood, John Monlt gomery and J. N. Moirrt were carrie'd i distanrre of a nile anrd the n groi'und linto kindling wood. 10 E[ POSTPONED LOUISIANA EXPOSITION DELAY ED FOR ONE YEAR. CHAIRMAN CARTER'S LETTER President Francis of the World's Fair Company Also Joins in the Re quest That There Be a Delay. (By Associlated Press.) Washington, May 2.--Secrotary HIay today sent to the senate a letter stating the necessity for postponing the Louis oina Purchase exposition from 1903 te 1904. Inclosed with it was a letter from Chairman ('arter of the government commission, and a telegram from Presi dent Francis of the exposition company, showing the necessity for the postpone ment. Senator C(ockrell had the letter read in the senate and then offered an anend ment to the sundry civil appropriation bill now pending in the senate providing for the postponement of the expmosion in accordance with the request. HOLD UP OF EXPRESS TRAIN IS FOILED (By Assoulated 'ress.) Eureka Springs, Ark., May 2.-An at tempt to hold up the St. Louis-Frisco ex press was made near Seligman, the first station north of here. Two men boarded the train there and under cover of darkness, crept over the tender and, levelling their revolvers at the engineer, ordered him to reverse his engine. IHe told them that to stop his train be. fore reaching the next siding meant cer tain destruction, as he was closely fol lowed by an extra. Whe nthe train slowed up at Wash. burn the robbers became frightened and fled into the timber. Two suspecta have been arrested at Seligman. THREE TRAINS DAILY WEST OF BILLINGS. TO THE COAST (By Associtlied Prest.) St. Paul, May 2.-On Sunday, May 4 inipertant changes go into t ffct in the schedule of trains iketween St. Paus and the Paclflc coast. From Billings west a triple daily tlasiagh service east and west-bound is to he maintained. One of the most Important featuresrfr the summer schedules is the Vur lington through train from Chicago to Blltings that hits transferred a through sleeping car to the Northern Pacifle to be carried to Portland, which will go through as a solid train without cha go. This will give an uninterrupted thlough service between Chicago and Portland and will relieve the Northern Pat in.c of the pressure of lotal business west of Helena and Hutte. The Pacific express out of St. Paul o ill shorten its through time two hours between St. Paul and Spokane. Heavy summner traffic to Yellowstone National park is explcted ov4er both the Northernl Pacific and Burlington ild additional quilpment ans baeen provided. GEO. Y. PATTEN TO BE APPOINTED Assistant Attorney Gen eral to Succeed F. W. Mettler. Harry )D. Moore of Missoula county. formerly state land register, and under the p'resent state administration the first atisltant atorney general, has resigned to devote his time to his private bust ran~k \V. Mettlr, former'ly second as sistant attorney general, has been up p'.inted .Mr. Moore's sucnessor. (;eorge Y. I'atten of Butte, who has b.a n enmployed in the office of McHatton & ('otter in Biutte. Is lamned ea Mr. .Mtettlr'sH .su(ie.sor as se(ond assistant uttoiney general. Mr. Patten is a native of Montana, having been born in Virginiu City, Mludi .nol county, 26 years ago. lie is the only son of Mrs. Mary A. PattIen of this city. "When he was six years old his parents mo\ved from Virginia 'lity to Butte and he at once entered the public schools. Ih 1193 he was graduated from the high schoul, but his studies did not tease thera. lHe at oncu, took up the study of stenography and law combined and In a short time found himself mas ter of the former and In a fair way to ineume ontr to over the intricacies of the Tait tr. AIftr l(( i Jng priioflen in li the .ten iog'ijphij' art het' Ie)'allle ol :icial stnog raphcr in Ilhe court of the Ninth Jltdi ciil dlistrict of Montana, and hield the tLosilion five anil a half years. During that period, howe\ver, Mr. Patton did not tontine hi!Iself to stonogrlaphy alone: he desirell to becone anll attorney, and wiit this oibject in view spent his leisure MARY MACLANE TO LECTURE AFTER VOCALISTS HAVE' QUIETED AUDIENCE Marty iMll,ucne thinks tlhat the In wortih $100 it night for a i.curu' tour. That is the ~salary she dehmands. Arithurt M;iarks, a theathcall titan of S~eattle, Is In town and today he had a lung talk with the girl'. 11t' 'fticerd iher $150 a night, but shit spurned the offer and dt'clared that she wouid not lIecturet Lunlets a contract iwaits entered gular tn.teeing h(er' $20 Ua light. Jo all probability Miss Maclatne will carry her poitnt. In fact, Marks has told her' that he wollld gil\ ht' that aunt, but there Is a ii tT 'tlni", bL'two\v(t tlhe two oil thie uljett of Lth lecture: and the "show" to acronlpa ny her. MisS MtcLa Lie \ants two or three .itl cert singers. Shet thinks that ther.li' should he a hbrief c(oncert preceding her lectur-e andLi that this would make It Iorte en tertaiLning. Mies Maclane pro Soes that Imntedtatoly after the con tert she will step forward and talk. She will have no set lecture. She will simply conoe out before the audllence and talk. May Lecture in Butte. Marks will probal)ly "try out" Miss Maclktne in Butte. He will th,'n take her to Helena and onle or two other Mon tana towns and then to the Paelthl coast, driftiing down Etast latter In the season. Miss MacLane, however, is anxious to go East at once. Some well-posted the attrlc.al mten, too, have told Marks that It would he the best idea to take MIss MacLane through the Etast while her took is hot in the minds of the people. It is poasil)le that he will alter his Itin erary and go East first. *It is believed that Miss Mactltane would mnake a bhlg hit In the Et.st. Her hook has ·reat'd a sensatlor. and Eastern papelrs are now filled with quotations from the book and sketches of th' girl. There was a report current that Miss Mac'aiLane woutld Join the FrLawley col-. I'any. ''"Mi". MacLane will not join 'our com pany. We don't want bet'. We don't think that, the company would he In the least Improved by her presence,' Ceclared Harrison Hunter Niemeyer, ad= vance representative of the Frawley company., "Miss MacLane wanted to Join our company, taking any part we choose to assign her, but she recelved a very chilly rerponae. She was told that she could fill no place In the complltany. The fact is that It wasn't considered even advisable from an advertlr..ng viewpoint to have her in the company." It is expected that Miss Maclane'. talk to an audience will be as errathl as Is the book, which Librarlan Russelt r,1.'1ntu Aitling hlmself for the ,rofe1. alonl wich he had detided to follow. In 190C the pulirt mle court alnllittled h111 to the bar and in io doing pull tutu a hilgh complillent for his knowledge of legal lIttters. MinHe lils aldi tlnlatsn hi' lha been In the employ of ('otter & Milintton, hut has hIundled mOnle eeain in his own name. The most of l]lR work In the (otter & Mililttumn otfhfe I.it conslted in tihe Itlpreparation of braets. Mr. Patten is one of the mllOHt Ipopular SGEORGE . PA.TTE, t Assistant Attorney General. you ltmen In the stut. nrd there Is nn.. ubt th~at there is a great future In stbre. for him. H hllt IInever hutl knognt to be anything excpt just what hh tlways appears to be--atudljua, u tt'n itI. 4nergetle :and faithful.. Il Ilbral'y,. .lary Mcl'ianne's bhook. hIowv'erI. Iiaiy lhe > 4:r+i'tted to the i utte Publil Ilbh y. ( I' irtuiliately for the girl, thi pl'Hinlilnt bi. ird if IruLlstee, of th library will go cilt ' oifllehi next Monidiiy ul'ftornl'll o . It d4 .olldls upon tile ilncoilng melllOBers of th hloard l hlltlh ier iti,, k Lh i· Is ii tjtiill d dr if itLl. refused. Book m atter who Is appointed r the 1r,.,1 l. , Llb irarini It iy . ell illn protest ltr list the adn nlx Iin of the 'lok. 11e u .., ixplhln the pissagi , coliiden ying ni , ritge and virtue and the hi siihitiw If llayr to the nmriber's, i llrolu will ii' ,ii' ,i that the, book In ha rI'lmful roill dau Book May Go Into Library. 'I iuoe th will lbe his 'r s oin f ir s 1king thVi "lThe Story of ailry MUl.;rill" he exlhitud fhe pow theo Itll' ray, it Is posslble that thIo Il ncoming hoi dl of trlyustees win f evor i exelul l is i it I C 1l do not 10 li rtiln the woolll sii wH that M. Ruthat ll doery alldl that the y will r~moi vote fbook. If Mayor Davey i re-t iilnti, Ilha t i't th uo 'd'the bookit il l l ie iu t exle ild. h'I'l or d Ith s composed of it. I. Ki Ily, 1 I.. MYou , L au gal|,t i , I a ili'. SH. Iiltn id Jciinme I Finilon. Ssupo vey that we will all go unt," RHi 7%e. Finle n today, "and lso wi will Ihot hlveo. the power tcl excludeo the book, I b llh re that the lhrook teIlat dngm Iliiil ltuieiiful and I do whnt actl.n t1lhat it ourlhttL to oll lie enll lbly iiub ie l u'iiil'y. I utle halily n fiavor (f exclu w th igt lnl I h llTv that tovery meillr oa f ln Whouir ,would vote for Its suppression, May Be New Board. "Ilowe'ver, none of its omly he roI'-: - p bilsted. In fnct I andith'll:it+t thiit he rlni med i board will ily wati rec iew bnd therlore iIt will ey upn tthe nw bllnoard or the losuppred on of the booke I ) - axi, see how the I ok cian fall of exclu tini because of 17Is passages, bat of course I cannot tell what will oe done." Mayor Davey says that he will not link tVe new board to take ally aetinl ol the book. The new board will go li and It .Ilt revolve the protests of Iibralliun Eusell and thed what action Its murin bers takes will ie entirely hidepelol(, l t of the mayor. * Not In years have the booksolhlrs of Butte had a book sell with the rapidity 6 f "The Story of Mary MuacLan,." What wt; deremed a'big supply was revolved by 1, eh d:.aler yesterday and the atnnounce (Continued on Page Three.) - SINATE COMMITTEE ON CUBA HEAR THl TESTIMONY Of DONNER AMERICAN BUGAR REIrNING OMPANY'S TREASURER COR ROBORATES HAVEMEYER. BOUGHT THE CUBAN SUGAR Could Not Explain Discrepancy Be tween His Figures and Those of the War Department-Trust Has No Holdings on the Island-Henry C. Matt Also Gives Testimony. (fl' Awsocshit' 1l 'tte's.) Vamllington, May 2.- Arthur |)onnet', trClla rer ol f theL' AIIIer n g iaII r Itl itifillng li pany, l odlylii Ittiti ll,li 'e orli e1 thl Pn teili l c lmlttittte ion I 'hhitll t ',ti ittl Intit Anvll l'ning Ali tit.' lti holdha i I'git f itt illlsugarl. , eh I hl tll Mr. Ilil.,i )'l r'n Ntntrllienll y utle dli). to lilt. efe4i t hih t hit comtll any halul.l l ''hlmed 1l.i000l l tliust of sHtlur it l et I hi Ilist of Ji' iilitly ilast, O5er Porr urhses bought, an none 4.unh)11 huve" be.-1 pui'r ch edl itnll'l llut hi knllowlll dge sih (Iitr - irtr ilof the I(fllllAily. 11i i prolinll ,ed Si n-l tlint r al itllltli it the purltt haet mato IHs, ld gliving dat es.t ' t' I , Ahlllr the Nug r wclli hiad ellll pi' ha d,ll' h(e Null, lhad bIen lu l flr. 'tenltlor i tlatt etlled u'Nitlll ai toI Ih' dinertpitny httk' l.Iit n Mr. l IIi' t veal y'erli fItaIlten tnlt ( IIIt f purchI1ases tnl Hiti ig itt 14,ll(111m illll 14o1141n tIl e rell .tlrnl' m n .a e byl Ithe t o diIpr llillll otIi, hl, , Ing the AIne Il' n Iuninll lly l 41p i0H ni :lr. lliu l toll"l IllI I Mal'rclh, butl Mr. ' ll lir Y ,ttl' w , .it It aih. to t'x li iln it. It'h ipon Ing ita aIlly ill 4n lly' · l 'l ilulo l 'reller, M r. i)otiilr eIn, ill illel Mi r. hlave' iin yer'N mitllen r," l iat of l h, '.rusti pir l'llll- l f (r l i'n lln altli , io ", 1)1) Ions . mtll liutity 'l' I', fil It iialta''ltats'a't' Il Ihta at' catll reint illti. flit ' I iiAt lllwt It' r il," a nt titll puny h m a' it i t'l nfo tvtitntc e ittethe ts tilu hloney 1t t hti ' tie' uau a tta k s trt I heI VIllo it.he Il I I n iot hlill v, he .oil, hi, of ('.lu n miglu ho le. his llllln 'l hom 'ny1 its thehll hi'l. A.il'kld 0 Ii'I i't e llt y hI olde' ingsl in (.'u) l,55, he nihl thiat Ihe tlruil, liid none cutting I resugation of sftar duties ity ongrs , el i i v e n nuil, you llr li" amh ,'1,l hii, ,' ler. "I have not," Wtlas the relyl Senator Plutt linked: "-e, fui' iis you <omwpany taken aiy inllerenl' wha,11er 1i1 forwaling or olppoHillg the iduh'ltiln of the duly on (.uhun Lugl i'7" "No, sir, I duld' think it hUM." Henalor T'llhr lYutl apot.,k oi it iu ai "1)o you klln.t' whs'lther Ihe .m.khltih orN huve talktln any Illl'it'r 1 I, mll.h in thi I'edullt'l lo .?" rs i d lnt. I k wilow olhinl ih.toti II." He'yn'y r', Moll, 5ur''halse r of law m1 9 11' fill' tille r1'11,1, waI 1N , Ilt e Xt wi'Jlllttne . l-i, ' on.flim'n d previoun .ltttonlel ils thite thj l rul'( lst had hought 1i3,00 looi sil ('u h In g r mlllle'e J.lia luiiiy I. Mr. Motlt 1ls4) Rubt h thlti In lh" enourv,' sif 1h' yrt1', lih Am l rie nl coml1 llilly probably p, livr huned f( 0 per ' e.s t o the ('thban 41ii1' product amt ihal he F( iupposl d ofn. ,''r 50 p1. 1"ernl , c. u N r't'ed by the miler lNu.r wr.illir h1 se nt WIll BE PRES[NI NEBRASKA'S GOVERNOR TO LAY KEEL OF BATTLESHIP. GOVERNOR M'BRIDE PRESENT Both Executives to Be the Guests of the Seattle Chamber of Commerce -Government Representa tives Invited. etyll4 , I a h.y May . 'I'lo h. lb. o 1| lan .' has oer d dL';l t Iix .lilt tIan Ii1 at thel laying of the keelt of the i l-ut telaslp i be nu]nwl]d after Pit l t t'l', at Morm ':I fir ther'+ om.' pany' g l' pyalr I, July I , and th, e foll'owing rl ply hl ri ,iil I "l',ineoll, N ,b., May 2. ('h+amrlir of ( I" 1IIIr ('wre , ,. n ille:c It will give ame+ groat+ lho kteel 1, ' the h/attlls'p|Ji, N, 'I' tmsku , July toSURVEY lOUtE TO "IltA Ai. SH A(oa , Iiov rnor Io'. ritflt,y MIdho., M or.f W2.s- hi Yh.tgtIou 'I'tuittite M. jtVntulin 1 t1 Iu r I itrit i':,1t lll i' W haurs ht invl the dtbeel t ar l-liNtile Nul hen icone the gtrnor of Nribrsoa., and h 'has also a eleed the i oknv itation . d Ilotx h tI' gose vernorl we.ki tiull e tihe gi st of the c'humber ofn htosrti . 'Ii'.e ty e l r.ls in l the kel -layhing, Jully 4th, will Ilp most i nlressive. Replnretsenttlives of th, iultoii Stules goveronmentll have been Invited to att erl. NORTHERN PACIFIC SURVEY ROUTE TO THUNDER MOUNTAIN (lly Assotla,ted Press.) Lewiston, Idaho., May 2.- MIn r.s from. 'T'hunder Mountain report thrat E]ngineei Hill's party are making a lli'tillnllrIy survey into the dlistrict for the :Northern !Pot'lfle railroad. 'T'he party has been working beyun-l 1lxlte fotr everal weeks and :t'. now In the Chamberlain basin country. Work Is being pushed us rapidly, as possible. WOM[N'S CLUB ML[TINi IN LOS ANO[L[S COLORM QUESTION, AFTER TWO YEARS OF AGITATION, WILL NOT BE DIBCUSSED. BRILLIANT ARRAY OF WOMEN Busliness Is Being Hurried Up That the Delegates May Enjoy Them selves Among the Flowers of California. (Llpy A tcMctl 'cl t Pt .ttet.) LaiaI AIIegle, a ', (ill ay 2. -T1ito sarcorid Ay't fls inerl lni' thu wiomlnsl c litlas' aa. vinttlon tacit hniixi. ton I it tltl tl(tIt pui.tln In that the Irlc ltr f tIh presildn'ty ait4 t( t th tt ur t li'iIhlt n .ro:tllti t te .lu Tlhe, |M[.In it iall q .qs dell0x fla.'or, lin fIull. NeiTthr t'cte.hIdhiIt fir th*. first otileo in naniitng uiltit'dlie tampaignl, hutit I looke ttlioay aI If' M'It. I)ullsoti n twui get l lhe Itreeslhnl'y wilth MNI'i. fIurdetit K of t 'llh tlh t Itlr i icd Mrs'. 'ltiutch it tlr . R Ii( lit l it rt I l l itt I . t a tlt| \'itlv ,i tretI i Attir t liy,. r o il n t l tttit l itin N h II Al .t Ift u llmll . Ihf , ti hee 1 4l iriltili It Ixtr lith ittl tt ttin rtxtllh IiA, h itt Itt I nt~ito itor thi i ativen' inub. el'.. .lu l'.ll .,..l lh. -DI~I Iln~lol, l lhl II wll. II I l i n I ittl.,hI ld, liit Iny r lliti , It1t iti Caugh it in the Storm. ItII·x llkily ;,,ltl, dI'leg)IIIte wiVll. (Ittemlp.. ti i' I, t 'll ii. 11411 II 'I i 'tih'. l ull l llilii rMri~li·llr ih· r~iiii.iy iilolllllt ti . lll ll' ilin s wlthit, lll'llll II('' ;'l.l. il' i.i 1111 .l til ll'(.(' 1 9 ql rlll l]., incIluslin M tll0. \I. I. A , llraidforl'd VIW I(: fil)re ('lhiJgU ,llas lo, who ha. I|glr'i . tl no e,.1 l lel.I i hll IIH n lhr. l~n n',.r~ cwllllolli ,li rlll~ lii.. il lll I IIIthh ll t l c yiil I unl l iti'lll' . ie At i, Ill illi rt t i ar u lhe 'll ' to iliai lrtat l ..l t Ir'llll . millll groT in.lll Ill'il for l ign't l u1'tli / Caug'ht in tihe Storm.t .11 ri' IN i smii sll, fitr.t ithIa '1' lt*,.htlellt Salll.'l HIhl r'ilil ntilonl lto blel r t'l' llll si w litn Illinst li thl, dll nh on ll rl w nl~~il . 1'h,,1, . lia i :fi ,,vlid iil d.,.l ,,ile ar lto' lilrl ofl Illl, ,\% illin ln in l ca i'y out f lh, ilr' .p g.riano wi'lllanll el,*n.lly Nol lhail tliy Ilsight hi, fill, lto mi nlly I1h Ihurltl M olli e(. I'I'h, fill' I'.,loilt Ito bel Illall. .\iis Iits t If th i l i mal Ins h m elbyh,,s.Ino, Th'il, wa'ls folin'w d .i ' b ht I 'iw lilplrt of the I' arl~l linll s-ll rel' o li, , 1 M t'.. IFo.x, inllra sp nlir n gllK lq¢,,,i r,Io1.. M rl.. IIlridriclkll Iitr iistlrlr, M i'.l Vaill \'l, hlt l; liill (or, _h1im.t Nalyes.l Vlirim|mll~ mi l ii iill., iepot s nall rlil p ortsllli or fortiJ ul i'llllll werl'l irealll in lrlph| or*. e.djou nl~~ to wlliitn lel Ihl, florrni lli'ade. At thi4 afitllrnioon's lunsionp, r'l'lorts~ ¢1 Mliho lilr,!.hli, il, isillrl reimi|. 6[T CONCESSIONS TEAMSTERS WIN SEVERAL POINTS IN THEIR STRIKE. TRANSFER COMPANIES IN McQueeney and Jones Grant Ptart of the Demands-Lumber Men Obdur ate and Men Secure Work in Other Parts of City. l, 'ha; IS lllll'ail iby ili(t' t'a asdlte. s to |id. |ir Jpl'g li h len MI )iX (ld (' l i (o.Jpu ll ut It . thi.r ',IsrmI, , (vl a n i(1. Jetting of a n II IIn,'1 by I'dwill M ,uyo ilt ltuliln r.m l, I liis ltli' lthe ' Nll llllll i 4Iiti d li I co llrA'lt bring Il:tt Ili(- sault' land hou ' darnd Jiid y tht" l le11 Should fl'rill I t pul orf it. At S the ometler noW Malads (here are i'o t 1 inriI' lt limt: .t ,iiinstIIII, ou t o I nI ploynthe i'g-aii'irity oi them from the li ' liiir, I I h ll l 111' ij1f l i ' iill, djii (lli-C lituI' 'r yntuds, \lwhere not ai whel lit Till, in v1lutVI scurc l IhMolr dllilands n Cot el( ctio pa I and so. of '' 'ilrlllI ic . L( i.'c i i'Ull lil :, a.lor tor l lh il- ji , i o'u ill e Some Concessions. li'm al of hortening the hours tihte t IllI~il'iy il' .ranSi ller tn sllu , lrlll 1h ils ill. laiil'Illt ili h 1i h ilty, gave its mor}t li , ipullis llonl fn" theClub Ni( i XLL. hollr, (Ii ln r SI ' hmiel f I i i llsti.) Inetalry to (hll ntln. Tie ,(urns 'Tlr' ls fi'r mispaU y giav\, In today, colnced1ng Ilt' eight-(1th'ur (dIlly a id It wilt rIpori'd o11 lilt- Mi- 1,4 .1 tiul thill otlher e'inlll nlll witre n,',,lii! hnig to follow. T'hh ir i n if filth .2 rii ,ltl:i; \'it:) left thl. ll niht~r yards hate found i npt lluy. mlii in w o r" pmts illo lte city, but there S,("nls ho l ,I (no ispols.iill ol the i ,art of tilm, Illnlbtr " to il In give In. Ir ,.li ill M1 n fil.,vitdh ,ks mid Ili,.hers Ad4tint Ig inst,l ,. 'i l, t Ull (,f Itllh 'T'li.ltl r1ers' 1'1lhi i ;i,," :tll ' in l ir -ffi'orts to (Pblu t1o, all3h th' an ' , al ablet 4.loslO tli!.l. I I!," ' I1h,i. 'h :" n;:,I '%'it: I no w i' Corrects a i Ii'.take, "h I'll,;. i nO ll i~ t :,, i . t, : t p.ll'r that the 'Ird:els and LU bor : l.' ly 1:11 rs f 'li toj 3ee '11 (hi! . irills,," .tall M.1', I'. h .o ., nn. 'W l le n iint!:,l '1 'vith both l!h, 'i'Tanl, :i! a d La:1 ri .1'r't ;,ll ly and the Huililing 'l'" w l(,:' :':,,:!, ,;,.ntlhin thl ree ! hlogaillt It, !'' h , i .IV, ;n l . \'d have haill th con t,-,, r,-tion or !f olbt fur Ilure 11;,11 th lin lll!lh:l. "A s(lt'y o' that ntiI .s linJtrloins to (llll, camlll tlll l , d t e \\ ', l I' e plaised to have lt' I ma, ill.,,, sot (4!il, W e Ilavo the rill ]ui, sort of those ,b,1 and of the laito(' organlzatons;; throttrLlU'iallnt thle city." (lly Amv !Ntiel P,''.:,) Altac~1i'l1l if, 31'i:1y } -Il'?.!( ' %. R