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VOL. XXII. NO. 42 BUTTE, MONTANA. MONDAY EVENING, MAY 5, 1902. PRICE FIVE CENTS V n o un m m m N .2 nnnTP u,~l'IN stunP~ anNIYG uamA nmnmiu nn01 PRC •IV mn m msn |•mu inulam utn BUILDING BURNED IN NEW YORK SEVERAL WOUNDED, TWO KILLED 'IRE SUPPO8ED TO HAVE START. ED FROM A LIGHTED CIGAR ON THE FIRST FLOOR. COTTON BURST INTO A BLAZE Panic Ensued as Boon as Fire Became Known and Several Jumped From the Windowe-Spread Rapidly From the First Floor-Death Resulted From Burns and From Sufocation. (By Associated Press.) New York, May 5.-Two perished and several were wounded by a fire that gutted the building at 304 Pearl street occupied by the Eureka Bedding com pany. The dead: ANNIE BLOTCHER, 10 years old. JOHN LYNCH. The injured: Ethel McGrath, burned, probably fatally; Katie Wadsworth, An nie Gilroy. The fire started on the first floor near a number of stair pads and cotton, ap parently from a lighted cigar or cigar ette stub. The cotton burst into a blaze, the stair pads were set on fire and In a moment the fire spread throughout the first floor and up the stairs. A panic ensued and d:sregarding the fire escapes, many of the employee jumped from rear wdndows to the roof of an extension. It was in this way that Miss Gilroy and Miss Wadsworth were hurt. The bodies of Miss Boltcher and Lynch were found on the top floor, death having resulted from burns and suffocation. The fire loss was $100,000. Mrs. Palma Off for Cuba. (By Associated Press.) Newburgh, N. Y., May 5.-Mrs. T. Estrada Palma, wife of the president elect of Cuba, and her family, left for Havana today. A delegation of women of Center valley, their home, accom panied them to New York. MAY END STRIK[ SOME TEAMSTA TERS GRANTED DE. HANDS AND RETURN TO WORK. M'DONALD MAKES STATEMENT Says Trouble Grew Out of Misunder standing as to Operation of Change In Hours-Lumbermen Obdurate, But Men Hope for Success. Chiefly owing to the action of the Trades and Labor Assembly at its meet ing last night, the Teamsters' strike is drawing to a close and when the men employed by the draymen went to work this morning having received their de mands, there were left not more than 20 men out of employment. Of these 20, those employed by the hay and grain dealers are holding a con ference in Dan McDonald's office with their employers this afternoon with in dications of an agreeable understand ing. Tonight the coal dealers will meet anti it is understood that they will make an offer to the men which will meet with their approval. Settlement in Sight. One of the coal merchants has a brick yard in connection with his business, and this morning when the teams em ployed in hauling brick left the yard, they were ordered back to the barn by members of the Teamsters' Union. The strikers were given to understand that a settlement would be reached at the meeting of the coal men this after noon, but they refused to permit the men to haul the brick until the firm shall be declared fair by the union. By the agreement reached last night between the draymen and their em ployers, an eight-hour day was allowed with the understanding that, in the emergencies which are peculiar to the business, the men may work overtime mnd be allowed at the rate of 37 1-2 cents an hour for the extra time. McDonald's Statement. This morning Dan McDonald issued the following circular in regard to the position of the transfer men and the striking teamsters: "To Whom It May Concern: "This is to certify that the trouble be tween the Butte Teamsters' Union No. 15 of the Western Labor Union and the Butte transfer men has been amica bly adjusted-the settlement being agreeable and mutual, "The dispute grew out of a gross mis apprehension of facts and a wrong con ception of the operation of the proposed change in the hours. "This, combined with a false impres sion and excited by a general misunder standing, led to the trouble. "The cause of the d'sagreement has been eliminated and all the old employees returned to woik this morning, "DANIEL M'DONALD, "Pres'ident Western Labor Union." Lumbermen Obdurate. Coal Is being hauled today by persons engaging the teams of private individuals and there has been so far no material in oonvenience from the action of the teamsters who quit the coal companies. The situation in the lumber yards re mains the same and there Is not a foot of lumber to be had for love or money. It Is believed, however, that when the teamsters receive their demands from 911 the other employers. the Imnher men Will find same way of arriving at an imloab:e understanding, Salmon City Man Arrested. (By Associated Press. Salt Lake, Utah, May 5. George Wa'son, proprietor of a semi-weekly paper at Salmon City, Idaho, waas arrested here la.e last night on a charge of having approp, lated $6,000 of the furds of the L.mhl county treasury at Salmon City. Watson was arrested while railing on a you g lady. He denied L.e charges against him. WOMEN'S fLORAL SURPRISE MANY THOUºANDB OF PINK CAR NATIONS IN TEE MEETING HALL AT LOS ANGELES. COLOR' QUESTION CROPS OUT Everyone Receives Bunches of Orange Blossoms and Bouquets - Local Committees Meeting Trains at Outlying Stations. (fly Associated Press.) Los Angeles, Cal., May 5.--lu'b women were treated to a floral surprise this morning, for when they entered the great auditorium, 'which last week was decorated with 60,000 calla lilies, they were greeted with the odor of thousands and thousandb of pink carnations, which had .replaced the lilies as a solid back ground to the platform and as a border to the two balconies. The local committee was up at day break, and with a corps of assistants ac complished their task of adornment for the opening session at 9:30 o'clock. This flower feature, which is such a distinguishing mark of the California convention, began by local committees meeting tialns at outlying stations with loads of bouquets. Almost every day during the convention bunches of blos some were handed around. The dele gate who does not receive from some source a bouquet or a box of onttnge blossomd at regular intervals belongs to the Order of the Overlooked. There was an air of expectancy on every delegate's face this morning, for there was a probability of the color ques tion cropping out. The report of the committee on re incorporation, headed by Mrs. Mary Lockwood, was also expected to lead to lively developments. 4 MUTINY ON SHIP. 4 4' (By Associated Press.) 4> 4 Port Townsend, Wash., May 5.- 4 4 British Vice Consul Oscar Klocker 4 O today received a letter from Cap- L< 4 tain H. Meyers of the ship India, m O now discharging her cargo at 4 O Ayacara, the most southerly port 4 O of the American continent, stat- 4 4 ing that the crew of the Chilean 4. 4 bark Flecha mutined, murdered 4' O the captain, his wife and child, 4, > the first and second officers and 4 O the steward, scuttled the vessel 4 4 and then escaped to the inoun- 4 4 tains. 4 4 The letter, which was written 4 O March 19, does not give the names 4 4 of the murdered people, but 4 4 states the crime was committed 4 O off the southern coast of Chill, 4 , near Patagonia. 4> O After scutling the ship, the mur- 4 4 derous crew took to the small 4 4 boats and reached shore at a small 4> 4 village on the coast of Chill. 4 4 While intoxicated one of the 4 4 crew related the story of the 4 4 crime. 4 4 4 4,4>4,4>044,404 O 4 4) 4,a,,: . QUEEN WIL'HELMINA IS DANGEROUSLY ILL PEOPLE DESPONDENT (By Associated Press.) The Hague, May 5.-A bulletin issued at Castle Loo this morning is as fol lows: "As has been feared, 'the illness with which Queen Wilhelmina is suffering put an end yestel~ay evening to the hopes of a happy event, the realization whereof was expected in September next. All things considered, her majesty's condl tlion is satlsfactory at the present mo ment." A tbulletln posted at 2 p. m. an nounced that the condition of the queen continued to he satisfactory. The more reassuring tone of this morning's official bulletin did little to allay the apprcheth slone of the public regarding the condl tion of the queen. The streets are dotted with despond ent groups, anxiously discussing the ex tremely scant information. The offices o fofficial news were besieged with in quireers and surrounded by people await ing bullctlns. Telegrams of inquiry arrived from all parts of the world. All 'the foreign diplomats either per sonally called or se(nt their secretaries to make inquiries about her majesty's health. Cigar Makers Strike. (By Associated Press.) chlcago, May .--Two hundred clgar makers employed by the Havana-Amerl can company struck today rather than accept a reduction in pay from $5 to $3 per thousand. S nVetera Retirs rom TrU25dlI.nne val Mod e the Stage From the American stage there will retire tonight a Butte favorite and one of the greatest actresses the world has ever known-Madame Modjeska. Within two weeks Modjeska and her husband, Count Basenta, will return to Poland. In the passing of Modjeska the the ater-goers who have come forward with in the last half dozen or even dozen years are not particularly interested. She is looked upon by them somewhat lov ingly, perhaps, because they remember her as they remember 81ddons and Clara Morris and Mary Anderson and Booth. But to the old-thmer the passing of Modjeska Is the passing of another of the particular bright stars of the the atrical world. Modjeska is generally considered an American. She is an American in near ly all her tastes and many years of her life have been spent In this country. She is probably better known here than In any other country on the globe. Xodjeska Was of the West. Many years ago she cailed Omaha her home. Her son, Italph Modjeska, a civil engineer,. lived In that city and she made her home with him. 'there she spent her vacations with Count Bazenta and In the city she was popular socially as wel as theatrically. However, she seldom took part In gaitles of the town, but preferred resting at her home and every day she could be seen playing with her grandchildren out In the large yard, apparently as active as they. That was a phase of life that Omaha people delighted to gaze upon. Some half dozen other citens in Amer FAILURES ON WALL STREET (By Associated Press.) New York, May 5.-The developments of the latter half of last week in Wall street in connection with the stocks of the Dominion Securities company, the Rutland Railroad comnpany and the Hackensack Meadows conmpa ny resiulted today In the report in raphi succession of the suspenlsion of stck exg4hangc brotkers. T'he first firm.to decla'rec Inc iliitlty to meet obligations was Offenbac.h & Moore. H-lenry Bros. & L.ocnkw ood and Hurd & ('o. Quickly ollohwed. Offenbach & Moore we're known prin ciially as tradcl in wlhat is known as "Weflb & Meyer" securities, and the re port was current Maturday that they had experienced conme difficulty In a'R'tr ing lhons to enable them to carry istocks for the intc'rests which they represented. On Saturday acfternoon, however, a statement was rmade in behalf of Ihu firm to the effect that temporary ar rangements 'had been made, and it was hoped funds might be obtained 'today to pay off obligations. Today's suspen slon Hshcows, however, that these hopes werl not realized. 'Phe ollices of Offen CHINAMEN MUST GO HOME ACCORDING TO THE SUPREME COURT (fly Aisociated PresI.) Washington, May 5.-The Phlt.r justltee of the ITluted States llprenie coulrt today rendered opinlions In two test (cases affectlin the transit or (Chlnamen through lihe Untlled tates to other coun tries, sustaining the governmental au thorities In having them detained at San Franlisco. There axe tsaid to be 40 or 50 ('hi4la. men who have been thus detained in San Ftranhlsco for the past four or live months and who have been very rest less under the restraint. lhe result of the deisilon will be the deplrtatlon to China of the Chinese de tained. Official Call for Miners' Congress S.cretary Mahon of the Miners' con gress this afternoon issued his offimcil call for the congress to convene In Butte in September, and 00,000 will be circulated throughout the United States, Canada and Alaska. The call, in full, follows: Official Call. To Governors of States and Territories, Mayors of Cities, County Commission ers, Boards of Trade, and all Commer cial, industrial and Mining Organiza tions: The Fifth Annual Session. of the International Mining Congress will convene in the city of Butte, state of Montana, at 10 o'clock a. m. Monday, September 1, 1902, and continue there after the 2d, 3d, 4th and 5th. Great Success. The great succeess and influential ef feot of the four preceding assemblies, to gether with the wonderful expansion of the mining industry during the years 1898, 1899, 1900 and 1901, and the special importance of the subjects to be dis cussed and passed upon will, beyond all question, bring toget!er a large dole gation of earnest, well-informed, think ing men, Insuring for the congress a most instructive and successful session. Object. The object of the congress is to encour' age the growth and thorough develop, ment of each and every state and ter'ri tory rerpresented; to work in harmony for such national legislation as is calculated to promote the interests of the people of the nation; increase reciprocal trade lm-, tween the states and territories, to dis-, cuss matters of special interest, and tq formulate and decide upon plans .which will bring about desired resti.s, in ther advancement of the mining industry an kindred interests. Of the 1,500,000,000 consumers of t1. I.e have also called her a reesldent at Oan time or another. In all she has ,oon popular. W\henever Modteska came to Bul ttl she Wn:.s assured of a large houilse. She Was Pitiullar here. Amtong the theafer-Koers th.re will be much regret that they are -S-tyver again to s-.e the great netress. And th. sorrow expressn.d 1I1 Itutte will find a i-spontsive chord in every town of any coli.equten'e in Ameroilctl, A Pathetio Side. 'lhtere Is a pathethe side to the retlrie UI, it of Miodjeska. It ! ilt that sthe It allies that she Is too old for the Il.~s tireloiring people. 'T'ragedy, too, 1it.; g.rle out or dtlte. Shakes(jlPre is tno !clger appreciated. Hier ls at aplper otce it New York was. In1 thentrhiial parillttce, it fro lt. ('rtti .4A slpIoke IIghtly of "llHenry VIII" and she knew It . Ias on!y charity that prevented a crlit icti of hertpeltf. 'aliattntnm Modjeska will ctke Iher last aIlipaance on the stage iI Amnerlia to alight in Ottatge, N. J. There her tnttt a.iers, \'agenhais & Keillier, have Ilvi.e r yeatc l and site has iselected that itl for that realon and also as ni tem 1ontlial to the aged seltlor mtenmber of the ilrlll. It Is a so'iety event for1 the "_IrAlngs" In which mnllltlipalltlis live old and weralthy citizens of New York, mantriy of whom taIw her tir.t )erfort'tmance IIt Ihi c.ointry. A\ftetr two wicks' rest tshe will retire to the leautlftul eslltte I Polanld of he.rl h btianid. \ le. Mtodj)t kn! Abl h & Moore were not loened for btlnl Ia4 !-s at all to ally. Makes a Statement. : url. (lordin of litlry I rnm.. w. 'hEe sldoilenslolii followeid l hait of tIil.',Ihialt & '".ere., %,ai a dl"tiqetor of the loiiinlllton So, uritles a t lllm tny, r. P'rull of the sto'k exchange flrin of welIb & Prifll made i1si RtuhteIwntl on th' ittlnhori ly, ht'e sa,. of D)r. Weel: "\II the Itltland rahlroad'' prefeirred gf, ."k sold by 1)r. \VWebb list June, crt' tilli 'attl of whi'h atre sill in his nlamel alni amount1 Iio 1'.500 shaires, will ibe. paid for iii atlh at tIlt, bly J. W. D)avlIr & Co. frl' III l' ltlrt ldw y. IMr. Moore of tiit Ilrin of It7ffenbaih'ii1 & M. re,ll'. w e lwhen ei'1 e rl y thlis tllt ernlllon, il I that no al4ignti-ce hadl been alluppolit ed for li Illn '11 tll Iand hat the snuielilonfl wiild only lhe Iei.porary. I Edward ilntlinlunM, pIreidenlt of the )' "' . Itional buatk, imade thin roin •I ionsider this a good lhilng, It will ri'€:lt itI consI rvaln.st instn.d Of the c(latilnuanee of wild Npelutltiolll. I thinkl ti.- storml has blown over." 'ialdierit hlndlriu ks of ithe Naltional ('illun.reiial blnk exprlOned himself In itl il;at tertlll. MRS. KATE SOFFEL PLEADS GUILTY TO CHARGE AGAINST HER (IMy Assoetlated Press.) I'llrihtIrag, Mauy fi.-MrI,. Kate Mifnlfl, wif,. of Warilden Hofrel of the Alleghelny rcinuty Jill, whot flfglled In the ensa-tic t'i,b:t l iM.iep tin1,] c-tlapturie of the ltlddle b, therM last. Janluary, today entered aI p1':1 Of guilty to lth c'hltaig ofl tllhulllug ai I Itiiding ill the iilu':7pe iof the iri.l Oil 'M. "!ie will ble senti'llda Itixt SMiturTdy. jh' I niximtiurn penalty IM two years l i a" peilua t atatry. 'l'ie couittrolit1 ;M Ii)ilrowded to tihe dooui,, Ii;maniy wo"aiIIen beiilg pireseniit. , Mrs. f.r 'el was o l'n.npnlted only by her' physltluln and her attorney, hv ring ni;eiit a spelcial reqe(LIL thatl none of her reletivesll hbe presenlt dur'ing the Itrying por i.al. world 825,000,000, or imcre than one-half of thil. total, 1,500,000,000, arel mainly in Countriiti resting upon and di]rcetl y oppo lir, our Pacitl. sea pritli and in develop inr Anierican in.ltestst in horn': anrlt flr eigirl niarkets, it a in li the ftostlr.ilg and lnalntain g of the higher advvanteilnent of iltr mining indulstry, and Ithe enI!our aling of Individual enlter'prise, that wet w~ill a(ure the power that will moist enaily, naturally and pelrnllanlentlly build ul, our home and foreignl radle, secure general prosperity and hIappitniess amnllg all classes of people, and lay a 1hirm1 fOUin datiliol for the succ.'ne of Ipre 'iset anI( fuIll te generatl ons. Materials of Success. We have a territory cr bouiindles re nOllrceS and advantageous geograplihictl po.ltlion. 'These are but the materlils of it n tens,. Succes i tself is till Iidlvlidual quality. Agriculture. The eistablishitlnlt of the agric'ultur al deparitlent it 1889, was tlhe creatlilon of a beacon light to the farmer. 'l'hrough tile w ;ingnni.ar d efforts of thit deplurlltnr.t the products of field, farmn and orchard have increated, aInd new markets opened pp at home and abroad. So well is this cprtntent now understood and apprtecl ,td, that it is very questionable whether ,re is to Ibe found in all this brIoadl lifnrlit a tingle Individual with itiffllcent tnitier Ity as to even hint at a suggestlon of its abrogation. Yet a department of mnltes aitd rining in its benefits will exceedi in extent that of agriculture. American Mining. The Industry of American mining is "Iouw Fa vast and variel and each and every year inc'reailng so rapidly, and so ituchll depends upon its being held clean (Continued on Page Three.) IMPORTANT MINING T[ST CAS[ IN Ti[ MONTANA SUPR[M[ COURT Smiling Skies Predicted for Today and Tomorrow Thlere i s ftlair w.,athor in thie lsky thlt 1. hallllllging ov,' tIt'h city of tint to. Thiat in what is ti biy J. It. Vhll illton'l weather oifn ., at the tcirner of Plar'k and ll lllill s'lret itWe Ir going to itVhe, fairi waithor for todaty 1n1l I tilttr 'r'ite i ilthtitr prlitdlt.l tllt fillor tomn lrro%, Is: "tllil l, r ly (illr." LIBIRAL WITH THEf BOUQU[TS OLD CITY COUNCIL MEET AND PREPARE FOR THE INAUG URAL OF THE NEW. IT WAS TRULY A LOVE FEAST Before Final Adjoultment and After Everybody Had Been Patted on the Back Lengthy Reports Were Read. ll'3. 3ll3lll3 ,l33 33 i' n ll'i 3 outl at tihl, 3333t 3I.('l3t11 g o t3ilt-. i 1 bt I 'lly 33 3 un3 il this afL 4l1 333,l 331 h1111 lIlt , h ('3 l'l 3a3 1'a33 ' to LhiI(I' at :ll 30 Io'c3lock. Mayor IDavy Ihankel, 3t1e 3lml3lb33rsl of 3hl' r'. rin'1 g city ( i'3l31 1('l 1, 111111( 3(3the I1n11. - bl'r' Itihanked lilt" mayor f', r c1iUl tehles' lluring thiI I'nlClhi33 ' whill' t1'3illed %willh the final 3mei'lllg iof" 333' beilly ih3M aftellro'ln' upon the eve iof the 13' 1NatIgl'al oif hIl't new 3333111'13(3 t 1313'.uly lilllllln Mli al Ibttdl y. It 13333 It (t'e1 '3 bl' 3,3 .( r ' l,. 11111 prol3 . f us e i o mill Jii lclt . I :l'ry melilt1bl'r (it Ill3 ('3,l 31 11(i 11 3311, k .i '(.' 3 3ll 3 I( yll 3 l l3 n(1l, thlll c lh'' ll ta eii3 3l Il ha'h31 t 'Ih3r I ('len3 ,r 113thing 1 3 . lr 1 143 33333 tiylii b.31 (3 member 313rily', it was. I t. A (ivI' f11u t. 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WEALTH OF INSANE MAN NEEDS CARE OF THE OWNER'S MOTHER Mary Murph3 y, l3oth3l'r (3 f 3Mic33.31 1ur3 phyt, 333 Isa3el' 33i33 , hais p3t3litlo. '(3 Oh d1 ttl'l't C( Ur3t t lo appoi l' i Ua 4 .i'l an for 3h1" proper3'ly of .\lur'lhy. Mr'., MuIrlphy My ti n heI r 3p3lit3ion i3hat Murphy 3ow333 a tw.V-fll'l3i,3lIths ihrt3'res1t in two hll 8e rI(l i3 l3ot hl ibli 333 n l3ul3.h , 3the villi3 of 3 3 3 It 3h l 3.3.l 3t1 $ 11,3. Mu rp'hy's relhttlveth h', 33 i'h3' 33' 3 ll3 it tionl'rs and his two lbrothur', mitnrors, P3at 'ti'k au3I 3)unl1'I MUi'lphy, 33333 'I wv3 utncles' , 1'. S. and i3ert 31t'rring'ltn, M ,illl Miurphy 333 'i CO3 liitteid to the ilnsa3 (e al3ylurn ait W3i33 rn Springs- by il3t district courtt lust 3.3133t3m er. Old Turfman Dead. Louisville, Ky., May 5,.-- 3'.an .tz llin Icy, ine of the oldest L3 rliln3i' li hi the W'ltidh, did here of 3a3lt(' 3 .y. H3' wa entry 3lerk at t3he Lousvi4ll'' J3k3''y (.lub't'. spring meething and liv33 3 d in N'.' port, wlhere he. formerlry 3338 se'. 'tar.. 'y of the Queen City Joc.e:ly club. WRIT OF BUPERVISORY CONTROL IN CARROLL-GEYMANS CASE IS REFUSED. FULL OPINION COMES LATER Denied Application for a Modification of Injunction in Case of Maloney Against Kling-M. O. P. Company Apply for a Modification of Injunc tion in the Pennsylvania Case. (S inthl to Inlt-r Moutlinin.) Hliltn, Mhiy ,.--The slulp.rinl. court this morniniiti g I lrefusei to iite1rfelt with lh il order of $nrvll'y granted byl Judge IlHl ney to 1'. Cairroll. Ioae M&lallthii .tL al. inil incii'oritdItigy dienllhe Clha 14 rl 'ls il.inan's IIa lelth'tI fio' i \a writ of stluerv'\'l1ory con tiol, Thte liarties o I h liiitltion ol nll part of an i dditol n tl o 11111t11t . t(lyIIai beganIi wol rk..ig iI.i ,itinis and CI'In ril m.I others believ ed he Otiis work iii. ion heir Ul'ullll. IHenclle plll nclloll for t he ollidl of lrvey. ('Chief Juit hc.e lrinllly gave lhIi. de cliol of the cIt u Il this 4ii. iorn'it ( holding thal lilrniy, Iin this rtne, did iot over s•l.l the hollindI of Jud:c.,hl dl.,i'e.lltol. Iull l l inio In ith, c'lst' w e ha ddlllI IIII dowI II41r, Mcltrildel ' I'I'rep tited y.mHIII+u1 n wnld M1c uttoni tiii esprndents in this (ase. iiIThe coii.iiurt Itti iNi4 i4d tit jIi in II ii le on 1'411 a mlll h alllh: Itolln1 of tlhe Injlli il'oll)n In I the iuuni of Jil i's It. Mliioniy vs. Silan l Ii.Ii pplei iiliiio i a lllay pendiniI ig ap The 4ia u' or( Ilt'rl itoutcher, respon skiht, vl . Joseph i,,l'reel. tl, appellant, was Iirgi ed I wI III lls nitll, heinKi it .J1 ct i ii I 11stI ill. lThe lll l lo 4I(l l)at s inke w r 1'rif'llh and ,x ,,eptlel is prI l.rly liken. M'tehr.I' . ('ntle 111. d Ml~'ll lide we''o ', the re ii'He ni ' iit Itint I ti tenlporruiy ijunc Ii i .i h i bIy l a IprItI IIII couri was brII aI ier .i , tin t a hpp ,liJtil ll Iit thine lower i.44 .l cinmll mili thuI his I 4,| t | t had re\' elved only itls flhts in the ease. IBR[W[RS M[lING DISCUSS DEMAND OF THE MEN FOR HIGHER WAGES. MAY BE A STATE STRIKE If Inclelue Is Not Granted There May Be a Walkout of ,All Brewery Em. playes in Montana-Prospects of a Settlement. I ,nlHss the' 'xei''tllve coinltltt-. ,of the htAnt, liltrwers' tn w ntrlit llon, hivhti h Is in Mo' alen it, this city his aft 'rnoon, C ioner! to sionII undI hrsltildin. with the Jbrl+werl'y *illlll oyio Ihlrt Iiaiy I. a b 'r' failllllll In MhnItIIIIIo. i"'ly Iun u.mployed hil y i ery ItaI'r wery 1it the st atl Ina invulved. 'Those w ho Iult tle beer want an 'lght hour (lay at $:3.50 insteaUd of $3,)0. All olher e'llillyln want $4 a day In Htr- tl of $3.50, and '5 .Ie s a ll hour for uV 'tlliflt, It wva ii aliitl'il; ihon of the actol n of hi(1 eIn th thut the brewers of thie state (i-t hi re last imoipnth l orgalnizledt the Stie' Bi'rowers' lliovetItlall, of which linlry Mullher of the I "l tel iattllll bIewery of this Lity, Is J'rlesiulllnt, aitn (hiiles N. KIsslnHc of IIeli'na, secretary. ''hL executive colinilttee of tiI aisocl. atllhitn is urntpyed of H. It. Jensen of (lireat F'all; II. HlWapluld o , MlnHoula; J1. W. Vt'alth of the I Jittle li-.winag com psity, alnd WIlliam IloItunuhoff of Ana coliuill. Mr. Muelluhr Is atl, a lnerlit'I of thie ex xceullv assori'atti,,i. The'l 'o.ntmitleo,, whllh Ih In .ssi.uon this alfterloon theo Uttl te of thIo ('ev.1rennal I'rewinh4g iconpal.ny, will ('uiillilr the de mands of the men and rellort thhe result of' its ilhibrratlilons. May Grant Hearing. It is not knownl what action the em pliIc,, will Iaki II' their datnoids are not gralllte, as they 1t no day anl malde 1no Mi eii ti'ii t (t thetir t'urth'rT tIo tihn, but It In I, llleved thlit tl(, al uelttltiol mnaty de ,hlo. to give thenl aI, heaMrilng hetfore Its arrutange a It tl llenteit. 'liTh teIamisters 1nviuyal by tho irewerits wl re i rttnted 1'lllJ' d nia(lll t in t I II reIo l 'onllllie e ce, .ianI ;1 conltl',llt In which- war, iribiodied thei' li ntti i wa 'ti rawi i u i' for tllth coming year. Iar Ithis a;i r!lioltio n tlite comnllitteP ' wias atil in 'ii siM without h(tins; itrrived at SECOND CHARGE AGAINST M'DONALD AND M'MAHON Another 'hbarge of htorse t alt'. was htlac'id IgI ist Jerry 31c'Mahiton and (~eorge A. Mcli)Donald ld1 I I' I) Iu Coutlty Attot'nl y L'iyn('l h today. 'The t.iiiplulning VII 'sn: iS ( -orge Van. VaIr says that McMahlin siohl tfuur of hiii tiorsei'si 'riii thLr )lvile In Dicmlner it 1,i' Ulcu id',; l lnstlat e a' )n.l riought )'im i tel]' ' l to tlhe latter's Co)lrtl. HL e says liit the horses Vwere shi..eI to Chinhluook aluo'n with the hlorses stoln f: to John I'elt(r .(l , ,ild he tI.llnks thel y 1i)\i' have I11.. lu'rnad';a bs,'.id out Lhem..