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Montana's largest Grocery, May 16
Lutey's Cream Coffee A Mouthful of Flavor i~ Every Sip. . .. 3 1a2 Pounds $1.00 2 1-2 Pound Can 75c Per Pound 30c YUTEY BROTHERS GOOD GROCERItSCtIIMAP 4l W. Park Phone 68 OZOTONIC (Malt Extract.) Has not that sickening sweet taste, but has tart wine flavor. Stromberg-Mullna Co., Dlastributers, Butte, Mont. Umbrella Weather Nice selection of ladles' umbrellas, natural wood handle, sterling trimmed, gloria silk.......... $2.50 And from that in real silk up to..................... $20.00 Fine line men's umbrellas, natural wood handle, gloria silk, as low as................ $1.50 In real silk with fancy handles, up to.............. $12.00 JEWELER LEYS OPTICIAN Owsley Block, Butte. VISITORS THAT FRENCHMAN DID NOT INVITE TO CALL James LaPierre, a Frenclman. 85 years of age, complained to the police last night that he had been robbed of $18 by two negro women. LaPlerre woo lives in a cabin on Silver street, between Marn and Arizona streets. According to his story he was standing in the door of his cabin shortly after dark when two negro women approached him. Unbidden they entered his place and 5y strategy and force relieved him of his purse which contained tho money. FUNERAL NOTICES. PERISH.--The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Marco Pelish died this morning at the family resldence, No. 110 Ecast Woolman street, from where the funeral will take place tomorrow at 2 p. m. Round Trip Ti-kets. Following excursions via the Salt LakeDenver route. All competition dis tanced in time and service. The "Over land Limited," finest train in the world, electric lighted, 'barber and telephone service. Missouri river points, May 31, and July 4, 5 and 6 ................. $34 5 Missouri river points, June 7, 8, 10, 14 and 16 ...... .... .............. 42 00 St. Louis, June 7, 8, 10, 14 and 16....49 ;0 Chicago, June 7, 8, 10 14 and 16.... 53 50 tan Francisco, May 28 to June 9, in elusive .... ...................... 0 00 Los Angeles, May 28 to June 9, In clusive ...... ..... ........... 60 00 Reserve berths now. Oregon Short line Ticket Office 105 North Main street, Butte, Mfnt. H. O. WILSON, General Agent. FACtS fl[8 VICTIM M.S. MINNIE 04A *LISTENS TO MRS. EMMA PR3O ' STORY. TOOK TWO DOSES AND A DRINK Woman Who Charges Misplaced Con fidence Is Explaining to Justtice Arnold How She Happened to Get Sick. iMrs. Mindle (IGrady will soon know whethtr Jui th e Antold -considtters her guilty of attlempting to 'poic.ltoi t Mi. .n' mau Pr'oulx oni April i, tus she is tilng giv\en a prelitminary hearing beforl ltil justice this alfternolion. The hearing will not Ie finisihed today, horwever. as it AI' not begun untilt '1::10 o'clock, alnd there we wllre tmany witnoesses to give tetimony. The lstatie is b)ing trepeel'nted by County Attornley Pict.n and tile defend uant by John N. Kirk. Mrs. I'rouix was thle first witness cailted. In giving her testimony she told, the story relialed y her to the chief of polkte anti ne'wspap r irepllortel liafter tlhe alleged attempt in her lile was. madle. ''he ptihnclpal feat:ret of her story twalls that she had gonie out buggy riding with itM'. lGradly and hadl swallowed some white powdetr in a green liquid which w\as given her for rlheumanntisn. She said she took t io dosoes, one be floe leaving llutte and the other iiI a room at the Silveer Bow tbrewery, at whhkih plcie they hald stoppelild to taken at drinik. A few minutes Inter they re sunltd the ride, she said, anlld she be ltamene deathly sick. She thought shie wa\'s dying. OING TO DENVER (Continued from Page One.) businetss will elect officers for the coming yeat r. There is little doubt but that Dan Me Donald will be chosen to succeed hinself as president of ti. central body. Mr. Mel )ontald hits ibeen president of the organization ever since its inlcelptlonl in May. 18.18, aind it is clhielly owing to his energetic efforts that the body has acquired such Ilattering proportions. Speaking of the election today, one of the delegates said: "Laboir people know too well what Dart McDl)onald has done for the Western Liatbor union, and there will he no ques hion ahout his re-election. Not only has he won the esteem of the laboring peoplle, but by his wise Icunsel and coutnservattive methods he has gained the respect and confidence of the business men of the West." if the Butte delegation can accomplish It, it will bring tlhe convention to this city n.xt year. Iutte is one of the strongholds of the orgatnization, and as IDenver tins had the meeting for three years, it is prctl,able that the Colorado delegation wiii sJpulort the candidacy of this city. Official Circular. This morning the fo'lowing circular was issued to the delegates of the fifth annual council from the official head quarters with relation to the coming convention, signed by President McDon ald and Secretary Smith: 'We hereby notify you that atrange ments have been made with the rail road companties for a rate of one and one-fifth fare for delegates attendng our convention to be held at Denver, com mencing Monday, May 26, 1902. "Delegates from Montana, Idaho and Washington inmay secure this ra.te iby way of the Oregon Short Liute, Ille Northern PI'al'.fie or the Iurlington Route. To secure the rate o\ver the Northern Par'illc delegates must travel by way of Billings, Montana, and from Billings to Dentver over the Burlngton route. The Northern Pacific doesnlot give the reduced rate over any other road with which it connects. "Delegates in Colorado can secure the reduced rate over any road. "From South Dakota this rate would apply over the Lurllington route. "From ('al.fornla delegates muut travel bIy way of the Southern or Conitral Pa ciflic to seclure thu redilced rate. "Delegatets from Wyoumlng may ihave the benefit of this late either ocrt' the Union Pacific or the Burllngton route. Points for Delegates. "Tn purchasing tickets over any road dh legates must take a recellpt for the amount paid for their tickets In ordi r to secure the reduced rate. Full fare imust be pa.d going to Denver, and on pre sentation of this ricielpt, piroiprely c(oun tersigned to the ticket ageut at Denver a hen buying the return ticket, the dele gate will be entitled to a one-fifth faire returning. This receipt must be pre. sented to the secretary at the ccoir en tion, to be countersigned by him, It is absolutely necessary that the deolgate secure these receipts in order to receive the benefit of the reduced rate. 'The committee of arrangemlentfs at Denver announces that d]legatue can secure hotel accommodations at the New Markham hotel, corner Seventeenth and Lawrence streets, at the followlig rates Back rooms, single, per week. $3.50; back rooms, double, per week, $6.00; front rooms, single, per week, $5.25; front rooms, double, per week, $7.00. "These rates are made known to the delegates so they c'an take advantage ofu them if they wish. There are a number of other hotels In Denver with moderate rates at wh.ch delegates can secure ac: commodations if they do not choose to go to the New Markham. The New Markham is centratlly located, directly up the street about four blocks from the depot, and only a few blocks from the convention hall. "Remember, the convention will meet at Odd Fellows' hall, 1543 Champs street, Delver, Monday, May 26, at 2 o'clock p. m." HARVEY HOLMES SHOWS FEAR OF PUPILS FLITTING Fearing that they would not appear In police court this afternoon to answer to the charge of robbery, liarvey IolmeIs, who had put up a $40 ball bond for Jessie Raymond and Mary Green, surrendered them at noon today, FROM ST. VINCENI (Continued from Page One.) arrival here of the first detachment of the ambulance corps who brought suffer ers fromn Georgetown. caused quite a sensation. This batch consisted of 100 persons. whose charred bodies emitted fetid odors, and whose features madit even the hospital attendants shudder. It Is doubltful ift un' fronm the whole party a III rtcov'er. 'I'he det;tth ratce lamong the peotplh, in the hospitals is very high in spite of the iie iticlal efforts made in their behalf. All the ncighltrlinK Iiltlsh colonietis i.i ev ncingK syJ mpathy withi the sfft reli breo Suiterilption lists have bee slalted it l IIt lfood talll clothing are tI in Iforw\l'trded to l t. Vincenl't fronm thle irl ishi islacid.s. Thank United States. While the entire c'mcinllitly is thanit fill for ti;s helpi and sympathy fro litlilsh Souricetst , tiln l sidesl are hleaCr griateful applre"lation of the p)ronmpt al furnishetd Iby the Uliited BtateNs in send lug thie Potoimiiac here with provision2 ant other things for the destitute people fl'rail St. Vinicent. The report that the vol'anic. lake whlkh occupied the top of the Imlountatin has diacippeared, appealrs to lie conlllirled. A sea of lava emitting suliphurous fumes, now appartntly occuples its place, andlt several new erators hlav been formlled. The last time the volcano ishowed activity (Tuesday last) the cra ters, old and n'W, and Iinumerous fissurel in the mountailn sides discharginig hot vapor, dtelt saulbterraneani mulrmurings werle heardtl, the gro'und trenlbled at tiles, and frluol the center of the volcano huge vlulmes of steaII rose antd a dense C.llminerlitl amllllke, minglillg with the steamn issued fromnl II Inew altd active crater. forming aln immenlsne pall over the north ern hills, lo)wering Into the v:llceys ind thern rlsing and prleading untili it cnvetl oped the whole Island In t ipecullar nil:t. Sinultianieous action uponll the part of the voltlanoes of Miartilltue antid )onllll Ic'a i.and clsewh rie, sc'ec'is to denote' a volcanic connlec'tichn i'etween these Islands and appears to ve'rify the assumption of the volcanic origin of the mountali ehaitns running parallel with the Souf itere In the Windward districts. As this dispatch it, sent it is exceesively hot here and the northern hills retaith their foggy alppearance. Volcanic Connection. The sulphuric vapors which still exhale anll over the Island are increasing the sickness and mortality among the sur* vlving inhabitants and are causing suf. fering among the new arrivals. Inc hospital staffs are giving away to overwork and are with difflculty bearing SUp. r The stench In the afflicted districts is terrible beyond description. All the huts left standing aIre filled with dead bodies. i In some cases disinfectants and the I usual means of disposition of the dead are useless, and cremation has been re sorted to. º When It is possible the bodies are s dragged with ropes to the trenches and t are there hatlly covered up, quicklime I being used when available. Many of the dead bodies are so covered I with dust that they were not discovered i until walked upon. NORWEGIANS ARE TO CELEBRATE THE DAY OF THEIR LIBERTY Tomorrow night the Norwegian Americans of this city will celebrate the eighty-eighth anniversary of Nor way's Independence in Scandinavian hall, Copper and Alaska streets. Rev. N. I,. Hansen will be master of cere monies. The program is as follows: Plano Solo ...............Miss C. Hansen RIemarks.................. S. F. Hogwoll Song....................Miss M. Loyd Reeltation .. .......... ...L. Hamilton Violin Solo.................Prof. Olson Song......... Scandinavian Glee Club 'Speech................... Hanls C. Iooe Plano DTuet....................... ...Miss C. Hansen and Miss Peterson Song.... ..............Joseph Murphy Recitation ............Miss Clara Reitos Dlalogue..Misses Hansen and Greenfleld Plano Solo...............Miss C. Hansen Remarks .................. S T. Hogwoll Song....... ....... ......... Miss M. Lloyd Recitation ..................L. Hamilton Violin Solo................ Prof. Olson Song............ Scandinavian Glee Club Speech-"Norway's Natal Day"...... .. ......................... Hans C(. foe Song..................Joseph Murphy Piano Duet....................... Misses C. Hansen and Mabel Peterson Rellation ............. ....Miss ('lara Reltos D)lalogue..Mlsses Hansen and (reenfield SCHOOL OF MINES FACULTY HAS NOW TWO NEW MEMBERS At the meeting of the board of brus tees of the state school of mines last night the old fanulty was re-ele'ter for tihe ctrming year aInd two new meolbers were added to the corps. ('. A. Diehl, formerly mining engineller a.lth the Ana ;conda and M. O. P. companlles, was chosen to be assistant professor of chemistry, and iEi. I. MacDonald of Anaconda, who conducts the field work for the engineering classes during the summer and who was reicommnendled by residenlt Leonard for the vacancy oc clsloned by the resignation of Prof. Knight of the department of mining en gineering, was elected to that position. Prof. MacDonald was in charge of the mining dep.artment of the College of Montana at Deer Lbodge in 18i9 and moving ltter to Anaconda was appointed city engineer besides engaging in civil and mining engineering. As now constituted the faculty is as followas: Prof. N. R. Leonard, president and in structor in methematics. Prof. d. II. McDonald, mining engi neering. Prof. William 0I. King, chemlstry and metallurgy. Prof. C. A. Diehl, asslstant In chermis try, Prof. A. N. Winchell, geology and mineralogy. Prof. C. HI. Bowman, mechanicg and mining engineering. L. It. Foote, lnatructoq, HEIR MAY BE DEAD (Continued from Page One.) illt dovetails with thtat of Mr. t'ati p 1 t1 ll amd othirs of llutte whio lott only ki. li \\t the .tlifornia i'capitalist, but ont. SIa. lr'. am'tlllliteIll Ways he never knew iat JIIn.I' FintIyVion had two brotherII11n ir llitlr thaln the otne sister, who hlved I Iil utte. it e rimobers the ideitilh of Li 14'e , d il nll p thi rialt that l th ' stIt' .i here tl'lt ' ti h It i' ti, tf his di . nlt e. \ sI . P rIiktir, to waheml the lllll I'n re S-I,1 \lts oi ve Unknown.ty hilr In 1i~ , l, b lut it, Is . ithr Iln id or hwli 'I.'' tht city. Shl c oitl f lr' ti" (lely ionductd' litl tu, I'tl by l ti ti'l" i in ll ii'tu hit' tl it tarehndon l ingtt hItuit e int Alin firt P} r I o rhlt ' to ithrty a(ni to t s l i prop.i t l't hold r oill k,,it l r to nik' It l intllig Iot t' h t h h i lddhd aii ll s nid knlick Sliter Is Unknown. hl,-il t itttl t lne lton le of t tin Int itut'o n '.tll llle d the 'twe rds there todi y, but fi1lltl (o find the nani'' of nllinsonl. "If such a person 1il,1 hi're," said the matron, after innkhlg the mi.x niltatil on, "slip must have enltter'.d the pina~ io, der :mother anme or ,le her death If 140,hee,0 Flilninyson i alive it will ht to her iinnllllge to make herself kn-ttt n as moon iln posii.lble, for she .i ruililhd to it large Share of the mtoney h ft by h rti ('altfornhti I ritlhr. CLEANS HER CELL AND SINGS RELIGIOUS SONGS \ eltiver other filnitl T~da Moore, the c4lrn I wrllian confinexld In the city Jaill, Stnry thave. tlhi Jail iflhlinl.t Hay that she I.. i he h.wt hoiusekl-eper ever i.nflned lit h t, Wom.nlan's wvalrd oft the InigIeI. II cIiantilinesr s to next tii godlinest, 1 there will be somethlllg mllnlling to Idlt 11 iun. 'The wiialnl was arr'l i la it 1 P"k iago n tn he lhiarge of iuliling it wia in of $27. Si,h has strongly proinlested her Inno ' li're, ulit there ijlpey lit to le manlilll exi. llllntingl lr(ireu tiirll In her eraCe. Slit was itned $50 under otlle of the' Ity ti IInnitcet aniid lI serlving out the fline. Ilatlielr than rettllAlia in Jail the womaniii \ite to tier moither In ti. lInltls, iind Ilia littelr lent her BIG. This wans inot eloiligh, but by iappilying it to tllie tiine ttll'tly served ahe will 'probbiaily Ul I n t lseild tonorrow. .Desllte the fact that s.ce i In Jrail thei wotman in hal'"py. LI*he silngs rellgirui olngirrIe ltinei'tisanlly. Sihe Ianya that She Swai. raiti2ed aI Methordist and at one Ilneo t tiight na Stundny tchoil rhass. -hill is aliwayst sciruhnllltg Iand rlriltllng gl oullt the w. tollli \\l wirl nlid hai every Ihing iihlnlng like the deck ofi a well 1 k plt ship. KEATOIN GOES FREE AND DISAPPOINTS SULLIVAN E rldward Kleattin, charged wilh thront i ering the life of Jamine Sullivan, forllolr ly pollre maiglstriat of tlhe city, \wai 'given a hearing before Jiltlttiee Taylor Sin o9uthi Butte y lesterday unlld rI'elllsed Sfronl the accullutatiion. Keatoil dille'd havLilng threatened to kill Hullhi'n, ibut Siillivan swore he hald Imadrle the thrt'n;lt. In discharging Keatlon the justiciie told Kellto to be cirefllul how hlie collllduted himself liI the future. Moiore iulllvan vaclted the oliloor of pulhie magistrate helt hau iIbeen colinllit IIg it rieatl estate tbusiness. KI(eaton Ilvilel in a liouse for which Bullivan wais Ili eirtintg the rint. Awoariding to the LIli thlony adduced at the hearing, Hulllvinu askeid Keaton to palilly the renIt IIIn ail rI air'. or nlove out of the iJItlsei'. The lialter did not have the oiiinii'y and the liwo had some words. Sullivan said that KeaNton declared he would kill hint like a dog if an atltelmpt wasn imade to i'vlet hlla Prom the house, anld i(retin ld I i salmply told iulldvran that If hei piut hihi out he would regret it the lonigestt day he lived. ELKS SPECIAL MEETING NEXT SUNDAY EVENING i Tlkts have been talking if the advan I tgesPH of owning their ,owl hall, one in Sh\llih they could iave all the ciomfort I of clul lifeo, and a imi.tlihig place fr, tile I lneiirnler who would Ilk ito while wilay i the hours ian the gymnittlluni, the library i or the billiard room, aiid at lthe lasit r llo-lping a colunilttie was uppolil teio d to look Up th!e lmutter alld submiit a report. ) The questiln of buyinig or uIiling Is what concerns the cointnllr te just noiiw, and a speclal tlleeti tig of the whole Iblly has bhrn i called for Huriinay nisht wheni I ihi ionitrlltee, lconliposed o tilhe follow Ilbg, wlit iubmlt its report: J. I. Itick allr,, C. J. Kelly, tieorge (aney, W. 1). Clark. Henry Mueller, T. H. Kilgalilt, (C. I, Cionnolly, (leorge lIagliln, it. J. Dlwyer anld X. L. Mayo. Foinmetr (Iloverlnor Ilickal'diis chalirlmallll of lthe coIoimiilttie anid . L. Mayo, H, iere! titry. ALLEGED HORSE THIEVES HELD TO DISTRICT COURT (Iinorgo A. Meltonald hand Jerry MIMa, honl,, chariged with gratld Ilreitly, thei theft of four horsest from John I'ltiirson, were given a plrellniinary hearing int Ju. tie, T'aylor's court, itI South BIutte, today, andl lat the conlclulonll of the tostlniiuiiy ald airgument of counsel, were h'oundl over to the district court in the sum of $2ri,00 each. P'clerison alleges thalt thr hor. .-lwere takenl flro Joveph Sliver's rancih about the 14th of April. Prior to their disap peairance they had been teeding on the rnigie near Divide. After they hail faded ali Inveistigation was started and It was learned that the animals had been sent to thile ranch owned by McMahon near Chinook. Shelriff Furey foulid them there and brought them to this city. McMahon was then arrested and a few days later McDonald was' taken into custody for alleged comllicity in the theft. The defendants told Justice Taylir they could give no required bond. WA'NTED-SIT-UAT1ON AS STENOG rapher or aslstant bookkeeper. Ad dri.it 226 South Warren. Tomorrow night at Elka' hall, North Main itret, Mrs. C. C. Catt will apltuk uider the ausiplce of the Saturday Night club, The publlo is inv;ted. SPECIAL BARGAINS BOYS' CLOTHING Sailor Norfolk Boys' Suits Suits Suits Iyt l slt uflt :H1 S m art' Norflk suits tht hll 11 for $', i, i s1 1 4ld for $.,. O t'it $3.65 ly and $3.70 l f," X tFash- N Sa os ionably $4.70 Itoys.' illol" uniIts th1,1 ]ioyev' Norfolk ulils that StOldIi fi 1 ' $ 0), llt a ii for $.d1, it $4.35 $2.85 lys' .lr ti ,lts ilt o red . I,.t N,,rl .mul ,int nll fi .' $I.l I, it tul l f r $iOt u, at prlce .................. to ................ .... $S5,6 5 $4.90 Boys' 3-Piece Suits thit .ii for $ 00, ll hiul ,,Iithat H ul ' r $;i . , yui to ... ... ... .........$.. t. 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"r3.hut fi'l t .he night of May 2, 1902, aflt ui3t wenit nto lthe I sldl4 Minnie 11ialy 33linl3' thro Jugh Ihe shulft, antd into', a drifttl whicllh i.3 c('4lln trtl(c'te(d an I runs II niorthii rly dlr'ect'ol. aboutil( 404( 1 feeLt in l t-i1 th from a c'ros' eUt ext* nsi rg south froan nlh d Mlinnie Ilealy shlrit l he ii 4l0-ll 'oot :level of the' workl3igH o3f 3;h3l M 4 I lilte l 'ealy il11(4'", hia;id .' 4 .n lll i3r4l (hIf 11 liv3ing run 4334 4',4 co ll3 true4i t l 1'3,13 1 4 141, Mirninie Ileu·ily slhuft. Thail 3 t Ilil. i.x 4 (ild iMay 2. 130,2, ifllliu4t f1oul, In 1 the I4 : 214it of saidh d4lft 3i.t 4 polint aboutI 200 feet ,4west of ma(1hi '3eros4H4 l li(d 31'more thani 2040I feet ('ast of t e I 'H ll (-33 of 1I.l IIrifl, 4nd4 s(lld 4sto4 3s4, 4i Ii'3r.' lunihler of (holes 1I drill.ed 3in the 31 1 l s oI'f 4i4i(l lifl, I,1' 11g hil3s -1( h iS 4 ll. Ire i (ully ('11'4ill n i llli l i ng o kerll a t. i ll fl r ith p lul plll, -i o f llu nt hl34 . T'h it I t'il I4 e,4 si null iii iiy in ii it nlig o4 er4 3 tio4 ( 4, uch 43 ar44 c44 iu4 4 4 il in 3 li[ M innil' l l'iy hlidl' r14i4i1i, Ili fill 1hi4 .0141 d ill holes wllih 1 o3t4,43'r 4r4l to explodhi Ih rn 1'i13(3 , dat3'lh y 14l't'r they ire ( i '1lled. 'Thai t il h3 e 3 o3 it lln 4l44 driftl whl3 , re ,4'td iw'r1' 314 m ining ole i4,4iii it4i4 4 4l4,i,' 4i4r4 uiic·l('d 3li3 l the 4043id4 drill hols w iould ni t lhavlly'e elie ad f44r u44 in rdl.i3n4u'y 44l1le ing o3(,rittli3,3 . '1'Thl the 4* 14' dl 4 l4 ill4 3 ',1 s w\'re left in /.l h 1410( hl"at Ih('y c'lolld '4(iadilly fl*led with 344l4vll43'r i(ii ('x p]o(led in a In i shot (i14', a4444l 44443h ''x4l4o llilon would blow l4 p aln' d41l'etry 3ii 411(14! drift and cause the Patid .l.i ih (' hli'ly n131ne 3to 4(v, at sIl3 14I llhpupil anll i33 s llshut off 3e34(4s4 to t.h4' 444311 43t443(4s l o3 the 900-fol t lv1 I, 43344and tih 4r 3(4dl4 s there John Gillis Tells Tale. .John (i1i1l, who 34 4.;4lltl lan lln thel 800 level of the Minnlrrie aIlal4y, co(r ll o 'nlto4* Mu'llugh. 3I3'50 33331 4a4fia3i311vit that o1ne night Ilst h inter, while h1 ' was 4 ,41 i plllyed m ll arl'llnl fil o 800 I-vl X , the minerl there "'ly 14la(ll3's o4f 3)o3 ,d44.', 1)lhOw lup 11nl destr(y'd a pllortion of the i drift *eliea]llg to *hl'. stoells 41'(43 the h llnni1e Il'ully 3a43ift, and 4l3i34 bl(1,3w I3 p .ll' t (4(4 53troyed thl exten*ive 4sto3es" 4 ('n that* level. Among tll i' mil'es who d'id lith drill rig andt blst.lng that blow uip ullll d(e strllye the stoIellfs wals M'Ifugh and1(1 It aln nltlamed McL.eo, (31111*4 alnysl4. (Jilli sw.weair tlhat h(114 'blowing i'y1, of the s.top- and drifts "dostroy,.d tihe 44l34e and ' prevented acc4!yL to. the ore bodies." (1111314 n.akes aflldavlt that ther.1e are "extensive slopes on t'he 900 ,level of the Minnie lHealy, at the elid of a north. west drlft from it south ('34orseit from the shaft, and that he saw (nunserous drill holes In t3e drift 200 feet ealt of the statpes on May 2 3and 9, and that the holes were still there on May 12. He stt 4114,14 I 444'' l.' Nt l1 111.'41. 1h1 140il -i 1 to et! 1% r1 t1y 1 i l'lr.I ', i ..|rh.l 11h4llIs w s 411.11 I' i' 10 1 Hu .-011. 1 .' illl' 44 i ll,1ln44.4. ,lt. 1111 1h '4 11.l4 :'llll erll r, 4t 444.jl . "41, 11'', 1 , ll 411 411h 11 1111.I '1 .4 1" ',.11 1 1 44p hl 1 , 1 I t 14 4 I4 4 11 ' r4' 1' 0 4 4lla' . tl1o 4'. 1."1.1."' µ .41all : 11 illl- 4'114:1 4 . 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I 'i.4.'y I111i4ll1l' .1141i4.'1 l thiilt from' 4 Julily 1I, 11 1. 1 4 ' 4 4i he 41 t441ht.I lhl. 4il i l 144 n e' 44l44444n f'4444 il1 ', 4 i.1 i14l4 e I111:;ly 4iii1444, 4i4l441 Ih.it 1lil444, 4 ni44l4 4 he.444 i 44' il,-4 4.4 1' (taken ft'rl l il . h inl4 1 * t440 flIh' 4 i1 ll41 '.1 ' 41 ' i tie Mor4ituil4a ur, ' 4'll 1 .114 I'n n44 uill44 y lit Meili1'erviI:. ('ai4iy I4W'ri', that .l4u4 1 i;g ;i11 of 4 the I11i14 'li'i444 .1lly of 1:4x1 y3. 14i' 4til4' 4iil4'II44 In ,Itea1ai,.Jon i h,,t Miniiih Ilosely haive 4444l44 "44444414vl g ' 1 f444' ,'t44 I44 1(111 44.4 4 V 144 . 1 Jll . 1i ligt ," 111i11 th lt " IIrll ' wt'i'lrt 1reI' ilOV'.'4 l'lrli44 l . 11 .4 14 4 I"4 ly 44444, 1in ' 4 4 4h4e night-s J" lly I, 1 1il' 14' 4l44t six -|horse i 11 Illof ,r 0i or', or Ibol ut -1Ill or. 40 t 4 11l44." WIng olrr'oborll:I,;s ' o I iy :111 makes i4.4 1 4v' Ihil lilt,4414 t 1he 1 s 1 1 ' 4 ' 1 44 41tker14 II it 44y frn'' lit, Min4i4t4 ' li44 ily 444 4, U441rlell o'44 n 2044 tl 4i44 11 l ,. r 4l,4,iy. I'' ,ay1 th41il (luring the foroon of' ' May 14, 19142, "1th 'r44 wO4re tI1k41i frll44 II4,4 1.1114 4 4ilnnli44 y I'4l4 oy mii 244 0 MIX-14 l 1444i44. rt11. lo1114144 of 4111 il4 4i1'4, t14' 44444444 I2 Miy 14" 4444, 4 ee,'' i .' . .... 4444 4 44' 44. TEAMSTERS ARE TOLD OF THE RESTRAINING ORDER At 1 o'ill,.k I'his tiflor'ii,ir Ito rrn lm i(l'H of IhP 'Jil ':-ae ltI.NI-' ulnilon r lvi".yvet Ioflll ,it inot fiil,;i alion or Ihi Iijuti.,il lon IHyNilti iby t hii suliirmi i e lii t IIIon the pi - li1-' t I'i1 , t'rson, h l n, ri y n hi"r of Ith ,nion, r l NII t , i i . l tlll , r ,l ri e lveil Ih l it lrbiil in i hic i nlll i ino s I if in to lIm11," brfor,. Inu y' IKnow1u10N next 'rues ,Iaye for ii' th;C tug onr the ril In of thte ,The h llll ring )f Ii. li ord'rll in -Iiii, i*iaulno oI , - cri ridi wheithtir thi inijlinction Lit, luol,r u.iiiiiit o r thi- hiAtLte. M'LAUGHLIN HURT IN A CAVE-IN IN MINNIE HEALY Jani, s ihn liliu)hllhn, a nlltillr Ihmplloyed al the Minni*e I1"aly Orin,', Is lingering hosiit(nl, whiire he was taken at 3 o'ciock Mr. Mtuitnuglrtil was iaught In it cnve 111 in the milni , I'viih.Il l ige plt'ies of rloclk strtikiig him on the head and about tiih body. i1i- was partitlly burled be ni-nth the fllling trtl.h and ruck. lWhen trei'lld by his fellow workmen he was uncons., liiu. It took four Inolt to hold him in the cagi when he was being broughlt to the surface, so violent was he in his delirlous ravings. Hils skull was fIracltuired, nel ssiPltating an operation shortly after he was reL moved to the hospital. Little hope is enteruained for his re covery, Attorney C. F. Kelley front an extended visit to New York and other Eastern cities. IHis many friends welcome him with enthusiasm.