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IRISH WILL NEVER REST UNTIL THEY TAKE
THEIR PLACE AMONG NATIONS AS A NATION Clan-Na-Gael Sends Forth Declaration of Principles on the Anniversary of the Birth of Robert Emmet-Very Bitter Against England. New York. March ..--- latn Htidly, sec r tar) of tlhe Ntw lork body ,of Clan tin (;ael, wt- forth the declaration, of ( rin ciplcn w.hir h l ill hle oIfftially prrmulgated at mitlings to be hlchd in all the principal cities of the country in mo.ilm '.noration o: the birth of hliert li-tinet. the I. tih ;nillt, ser.ary of which i. on Miart h 1. .After reiterattliC ti he fliej that i il,,i l is dh.tin, to h, I an imt ttpsht1t 11 ;*ion and to t ,ain, ti t I "1,he i. ju-tihi'l in recoltr-r Ito the .wurd. tlie chtlaratilno cil \'ot t in a cant pea-"'re of I t.. ;lli. . fr ermI. Bai ht. wotn hi pleadh.:,i to 1h! IN SUNDAY SCHOOL SOUL OF CHILD FLIES AWAY Swallows Wooden Mouth piece of Toy Balloon and Chokes to Death. ew \ virki M .k. it r h . 1. i nta;,tkal'le scene lll" e.I. l tried inl the ioltay , h "I 1ito the A iI.ii iiee itr t it I r il. tir hl Ir . i h tr h . l' 'p l i th( w".iy 'hl liu 'ht I l p"iiy -w h i t n g ,.all n.n , l h t- l . h t t , ,k ii'i ,, h ,i r O a. u, 1a l uh.I ..,h : III, . ItIng it for It i-. aml.. ment if her matts, ithe wiUIc siiiith ifot re .llpp Id j Ito her thrie:t. S lt ctp r-i atI, pi.II n l n ar l howe d i her t y, . Ilhe thillrcn ,rtaell. a rhol adl :a,'1I thilr excl.inatlio , of fright lati tcd.lt til, ,.ttIl tion 'of harler. Ioll tlt, , perllll , lhd 1t of the lh,,ol.. Ihe c.tled to a tru-tee at the .s i thu and woiked to ovlr;it the toy fr n in the throat of the fast thiktit t .hd N. t until hle bellyl lca ta n-t Icilo w.t,, it belieted ithat her cii ii tion w..t critical. I'hysicit s .ul re W t- I tiil ii, I hut could not txtratt the toy. \\bheil tiny ant ntotinced that ldeath wa, inea.r the Rev. I r. R. S. l)awson rai.ed his Iand and askedt that alkl knoel and pray. 'lhen he pray ed aloud and fervently for the soul t.iat was passing away before their eyes. The child's parents, who had h eni seti for, entered as the clergyman was aboult to begin his prayer. ' lie meaning w:as clear to them and they ktnelt sohbingly near their chihl. And on the wings of the prayers of her il-aymtates and freilnds, the child's soul was horne away to its maker. Tenderly the body was carried to an ad joining roim and 1)r. IDawson led the awe stricken congregation in it memortal err ice in place of the r tgular Sunday tholi ( xercises. OPPOSE THE NEW LAND BILL Boston Irish Meet in Memory of Robert Emmet. Bosrton, Mass.. March -. --The anniver sary of Rubert Emnmet's Iirthday was ob served yesterday by the Clan-na Gal soci eties of Bloston and vicinity by a large banquet at the Hlotel Essex and a general meeting at the Ilollis trreet theater. The principal speakers at the evening meetijng were Judge ('Neill Ryan of St. Louis and Father Shechy of limerick, Ireland. The speakers ttt..onmptulotisingly ojpposed the new land bill about to lie brought hbe fore the British parliament. aserting that it was not drawn in the intire.ts of the Iri-h farmers at all, but for the b.nelit of the l;,ndlorl s. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy Is the best and mtit polpular nidi, ine in use for Iowel complaints. It Iever fails and is pleasant to take. Mr. t. Wo\\',hdard of Rosslyn, Ky., says: 'I have handled Chamberlain's, ( olic, t'hhola and Iiar rhoe. Renetldy for twelve years; have never sold a bottle that did not dive perfect satisfaction. and it is the best selling diar rhoea medicine that I handle." For sale by Paxson & Rockefeller, New.tbri l)rug Co., Christie & I.eys, Neswton lIrus. Gold Basis for Mexico. lMexico City, March a.--Reports irom Guaymas show that the wireless t'legra:ilhy experiments across the gjulf of California have been successful. Facts FoReflection Butte Real Estate has and will pay better returns on your investment than any city on earth. WHY SO? Because people will listen to knockers-the man who has had confidence in Butte, has invested his money in Butte realty has grown rich; the greater the confidence the richer he got. STOP CROAKING When you are dead and gone your posterity will see a greater Butte than now. GET IN LINE Get good inside property and improve it and join the crowd of prosperous men-look around you-there are thousands who never will sell their Butte realty well placed; because there is nothing in the country they can get the same increase and interest out of on thcir money. Can we show you. THE THOMPSON COMPANY INSURANCE, LOANS . W. Broadway, Butte pirlii'ntr it orf I[nlaaul. t no iiistallment if ju~tli'r hasecni gratittel Irrlannd, excepl tiitirir l ;hy-,it fircer. Wi'e iisvrt rat the It pid il i' Ia;itiic IfglalniI fersr ini hit co~ :iv trinltdei the hortiiiiy i if the race isetr oi f OIi- cadre ie'iple. lii further i, ,,irt itt Ijtlacii orf liii. kind cu irr iil itct Il tie rah friiii kitcpiu ilt thee hyltl fir the ci1I. hitic·ui uf ;il iiciy i eie (,1tL~1tr. LIST OF BILLS WHICH HAVE BECOME LAW THIS ASSEMBLY tl'i.l It II I I tINIIH Mat? 'TIAI . Ilelrtta. . l;,1lh 2. I ,lltin.aN t it a li.i of lthe .11i hi i, :t ,a ! I' C l r. t e lawn r.il( e tl. It ;in ait, or ti. -a-r...on of tilth 1'ig lti h 2i-alat a;--, ,I : Il,, -, .li t 'T at, trial N' . -. tla.ting t. It, ta tm l htin at -It..tlion. AJp pr Ictd l r tahi y s. lo .t I::11 ';I I, \ilr.,p l i;ltil for the. i l'; ne a l ai a ".-,,1 .a i.t lII l nlloc r a, t.r h'r r,s a1dl . t.I, o- , fl h - ..lf lrIt . AIp , a.-- I 1, It i '. , . -r , , ;-l,r.at r- , ,: 1 . a -. . of the :.\l Irt la rt . I riiiI 2 t,,t I.III t cl, ll' i . slit .;,I 1ti i,.l Iat alia w ,,i - Ira ta ' I ta! .- 1 t, . le \l i I t ti ,lna t ir I a \I la,.1 t I , i. rt. i ,S to oils of ail l ai , hIII" i, y ..f ho , <(. - i li c;,wl- Itl Vn. II ; \ l ero .pslt . ,,t oI5 tl," l I.t-. r a l. - r e.t of tr1i l.. \lartat Il nlldn .-, <i, ;,, \ .h .,, tia, l p;I. - .nt ,I ie. thieid .i r.tun1.. "n.I r pro. I, rt.lary h. Ilhmte ill N.. a A tntinltg the penao lieti; t-a ti ra.- i ai tA n ling 1th .t a: i - tieftit in f rt .i'try it .tf .l. .t li row:n I- i.n rary \ppI oe If ,. Ilou te illt Nf,. .\i n rrovianil for the ulticalt io n t. f , r a tl. a l to the i at, li kr pin.c r lh.rtcd l y c-c'l-lt try u rnty tr. A',rnv; - p plri ot I' rn.nv I0. F-rtuarvy II. ousate Bill No. S--l:r T ipterl.ntki tl fuse in at rrans. Approvl February .cr iig.. Seousae lHill No. ,(1 Amending the po-lca publn cat daion of oIliicl. atin lice . cl lery by8 witlhtuty trcaltite alur vtal. SOCIETY WOMEN ARE SINNING IN SECRET Louiville Preacher Says Pr inted Walki era of the Streets Are Not Alone the Immoral Ones. l.,ui ihaa'tl' t. f ',, M aarch ,li --Ilii l t' t .ithIt Sen ate .:ill No. .a - (uiati puls rc tly ied ca;l tion of deaf and blit .y tie lfetive FbMir itT, r .iataa. -ali.ctii, lhii lit-at. .j. It, i1sy ary it8 without- il executive approva h l.1-tr Seat te It,,. No. i - cttr'hanging na e O iof TLouisville Preachetir ilcSays Painted Walk-ilf ic ar I Ia, . rlta tt i 11 atr l i. . Louisvil l. Ky.tt Mtarch :.--i, n litne withi the c.. l iptig agaimt viice recently inau gurated in t .ia tait) i th Li th L sville Mintt i t ht eri n t as ci .ion, the iRv. J. h incey Stitah prtacth la it night at the Furth, of it" l-r.tab lity.r or tit' upper hl. rt t1 , dec; lrlt t hat tilhe upper hia t ,fi tnhe t -circty wt ,r- ais , t a ctl i r it t;il t lye ast the on r tide, h hi that the ; nly atistfr nl titt ot her at , v %L. it in c h it, . " Ii. sdid the r oht r of the parlor hwas asa . had ;t, th' r .ttblb. rs . f thilt' dol wntt r e"ll - iorts, sund that the Slum, of the upper circles were ,: ,s lit'ed aiI in ,t tle n of the "tredlight. districtl. behasior of thl. young women Con-pic nt~lslt ill socie'ty. tionalie the Irish people and has led the (people to believe that Ireland was coMelnt to remain a part of the British empire, whcreas, her people will be satisfied with nothing les than an lrtsht republic. There is evidence of a revival of the militant spirit in Ireland, and this spirit has been aroused in the Irish race in America to a greater extent than ever. The Irish race in America, too, aronsled to the necessity of cmnnlining with true Americans and cit izens of other origin to frnustrate the at te'mpts of England to cuminit the tnite I States to policics calculated to serve purely Ilritish purposos and to embroil deaf and dumb asylum. Ilfective without executive sigllature February IN. Senate Bill No. tno Ior the investmient of fhods of state institutions by land com lnisitter+. A'\pproied February at. Senatei Iill No. o- -For the further pro ttetioT of fur hearing animals arwl birds. Apl trrved February ap. iloue hill No. it.- .m.nding the po. htict.1l code in relatiiion to the powers and ditiiI of t illi ,ard of medical examiners. I tite Nith out ricoit pproval Feb ritary .1. 'seiate 1ill No. - Piro iding for the trea:tion iof IIt i ., rme colurt comniission. EI.i ,tive itl.lho t V xe ctuti.c ;,plproval Feb rii ry .I'.1 II,~ l e Bill Ni. I li Il ciiicncy appro pri.tcion for thi iu.in .!dliuy of a heating pl.ant it ih ,enitenctiatry. Approvned Feb r'ary :,. Ionic Bill No. I ,; Ihent Sl.v appro pli.1t ii fi r n .( l s tl tic u i ilI sale ptrisoit SliTuic tIor, \pprovt l I lroar) 24. lhui, iltl N o. . 1S I't ioittllg iLnmates I lhi ..s lli.rs' imtte to rti tcvi t lhe full :1*'itui: ofu their ipensioni s i t.ti .il of hay inkg ;a p ltioin go to the l,idi,lit an ct of the holtm. I.fective a ilit ehou ct ucic ap prval IFebruary .4. liine hill No. ti., \nii nling the po litical code rei tinlg civil Iactions front thie jIrii.lictiin of ipolice courts. Ap Iprold Ftlbruary :4. IIute it ill No. .3.--. R-lating to pay ni it of ile,-ltenduct. aid expe.nses of cities hierafter incurred. .\Alprveds Feb Ilruary .4. Subetitute for Ilouse Bill Noi. 48--For the publication of the se.,in laws. Ap proved February 24. Ihouse Bill No. 23a1--Enalilg cities to liquidate inmlltetdni.i. Aji-roved Febru ary 24. , I ouse Bill No. n l3- RvlatitqO to estrays. Approved Fbhruary 24. Ihlouse ill No. 3--Amnending the civil code relating to mnotios and orlers. Ap pIroved February 24. Senate Bill No. *i--.\ntenling the penal cole in relation to arson. Aliproved Feb rnoary q.t. Senate Bill No. s- Alienuling the po liticl codle in. relation to the annual cen HELENA PLANT IS TO BE REMOVED TO THE COAST Benjamin Greenhood Company Will Go to Seattle-Find the Montana Field Too Limited. t'ltll to r1i THE INIlet sitiui .I.it'. Srcttle, March -.-The lIenjamiii Green hood company of Helena, manufacturers of overalls and similar goods. is contem plating the reumoval of its plant from Vleleta to Seattle. l'resident (Gretnhood of the company is in Seattle anti in an interview in tle Post iitelligencee, lie said: "\Ve have decided to ilMove our plant o Seattle. i here there is a larger field than wohere we are. I a s, here some tinr ago to look over the Hield and con fer with the railroad compunitic regard ing freight rates. I found that by locat ing in Seattle I could save inearly three fourths in freight alone on raw material, ,und this is a very important item. " tire is another reason for coming i. in .Montana the trritry trrtry to be cota rued is ntecisarily linlited, and the coinditions of traide are more li:all to change thant onil c the t rou Seattle it is our intentionit to cover the entire coast, and tie will, ait tilt sm e tine, he able to care for thi interi or trade tic have establi-lied. "The fieli for tie ii anitaal cttiring busi ones of the future is oti the Pacific coa t, anid there is no more active part of that territory than Seattle. For this reason there is a disposition on the part of mnatiy matfacttirers to cote here, and there will be more herhere in the future. "As yet I have not bettn able to find a bttihiing large etnough to accotmmodate our plant. Just as soon ais this catn ie fotund, I will arrange to bring our machinery from Montana and also to increase the size of the plant. "The Montana plait will he closed up entirely just as soon as I canl get quarters here. If these cannot lie found and we can get a suitable sit we will build, but we would rather rent if we cant." WHARTON MUCH ENCOURAGED Inclined to Think the Horticultural Ex hibit Is Assured. J. R. Wharton returned Saturday from Stcventville, where hlie went to attend the meeting of the State Horticultural so ciety, lie went over for the purpose of talkiting up tihe proposition u establishing a fruit exhibit at Columbia Gardens, and he was much encouraged by the favorable consideration given to the project. The society was in session for three days, beginning Wednesday, February as and ending on Friday night with a ban quet. A great deal of interest was shown regarding various questions of a horti cultural and agricultural nature and every one felt that the meethng'had proven a benefit to the farmers and florists of the state. Experiments Unsuecesoful. Mexico City, March a.-There is a growing belief here that before the end of the year the country will have adopted practically a gold basis with modlfications to suit social needs. this republic with nations which were friendly when America needed friends and England was hostile. England's mask of friendship is put on to enable her to filch American territory and destroy the Mon. roe doctrine, while pretending to uphold it. "We firmly believe that the British em pire has entered ont the downward path leading to final dismemberment and that a wise and resolute use of its ever-increas ing difficulties will give Ireland her final opportunity. We counsel no rash or pre mature action, but we insist that Ireland's trule interests demand that the whole world he told that she will not barter her inalien ;able tight for any half measure, or for any tardy redress of arievance. We ask tihe race at home and abroad to steadily pre pare for the oplportunity (and to make it, If they cal.) to strike the tilal blow which will ma;ke Ireland a nation a.mlong nations." suts of the deaf, blind and feelble-tnindeI. .lpproved February 14. Sentate Hill No. 7--Amendittg the po litical code relating to sheep inspectors. \plprove l Felruairy 24. Stnate Bill No. /14-Providintg for a course in the putblic schools oni htInane treatment of ditmits animals. .lAptroved Febrttary 24. Senate Bill No. 15-Providing tchat a pupil residing in one district may attecnd school in another. Appruved February 21. Senate Ilill No. :,- Extendintg the titme in hsich a judicial act may bc done. Ap ;,rotvd I t lhrutary 24. S.,nate lint Memorial No. I - l'rotet in- nv:.ini-t continual agitation favoring la.iog of gtcllletint ladh. Approved February :. . Senatle Joint .\lemorial No. 3- 'rayitng ,.ltrcss for the relief of holers of for et reserve strip. A\pproed Fehruary 2:4. Stnate Hill No. 48 .Allowing cities which have reached the constitutional limit of indeltedness to go oni a cash basis. \pproved February 25. St ltte Bill No. .t--t han;ting the name if the State Normal school to State Nor .,:,I college. Effective without executive sigllature February 25. Ilouse Bill Nol. 1s5 lExtending the time for pa)ing for state lands. Ap proved February 25. Senate Bill No. 3J--Relating to the compensation of counsecl appointed to de fend paupers accused of crime. Approved I:ebruary a6. Senate Bill No. 51--To provide for the settlement of bills of exceptions. Alp proved February 26. Senate Bill No. 6-Relatinlg to the time of filing annual reports of corporations. Approved February 26. Senate Bill No. to-Amending the law ill relation to the law library funds. Ap proved February a6. Senate Bill No. I t-Mahon's gun-carry illg hill; approved February aT. Senate Bill No. a2-To prevent mali cious killing of livestock and poisoning ranges; approved February 27. Senate Bill No. 38-The dishlarmnent bill: aplroved February s7. GOD HELP ENGLAND WHEN WOMEN DRINK Famous Temperance Aovocate Says British Nation Is in a Bad Way Sabbath Opening. RY ASSO'IATED I'5.lts. New York, March s.-Rev. Hlarvey \Wood, field secretary of the National Tem peratlce society. in an address in which he discussed what is called the Jerome bill, to legalize the Sunday opening lt saloons, he said in part: "The passage of this bill would lie a step backward inl outr national progress. I spent four months in the British isles this year, andl I ltmust say that the laws are enforced there. And let itte tell you that in Ireland, Scotland and \\'ales the law does not per init the opening of saloons on the Lord's lay, and they are not open. Itn England, ill the hours that they are required to be closed, they are closed, "Theodore Ruosevtlt declares that it is not implossible to enforce tile excise law in this city. lie lhas told Dr. Funk, in a letter Shich I have seen while president of the Iolice board, that lie did not fi:nd it itn Ipo.sible,. and that tile law was enforccd. ''ut tt 5 o'clock in the afternton, when the saloons are openeW again iin Iondon, there is a steady strcatm of people going ilnlto theit. I saw more drunkeni womten in England in three months tlhan I have seen in America in .to years. God help England when the mothers drink. I must also say that there has been a fearful increase of drinkinig amlong womenl in this counltry in recent years. I say as a born Englishman that if a maun comes here to live, he ought to becomle an American. If the laws here don't suit him, why doesn't lie go back ?" Mr. Wood denied that there was any public demand for the proposed legisla tion. He said that 4o per cent of the Protestant clergymen, in the city are for cigtn born, yet not 5 per centt favor Sunday openintg, and all of the Catholic clergy are against it. lie favors absolute prohibition at all tittles, especially on Sunday. NEW PASTOR IN THE PULPIT Rev. J. W. Jeffress Officiates at Bothel Baptist Church. Communion services were held at the Betl.el Baptist church last night, the newly chosen pastor, Rev, J. W. Jeffress, officiating. The church is once more on its feet and bids fair to enter on a field of growing usefulness. The meeting last night. It was announc~l at the close verts were united with the church. The sermon was on "The ienefts of the Church," and held the attention of the congregation throughout. Mrs, C. P. Smith has been at work for some time gathering singers together and the choir rendered some excellent music list night, It was announced at the close of the meeting that there would be re vival meetings every night during the coming week, American Cathollo Honored. Rome, March a.--Cardinsl Serefino Van Nutelli, sub-deacon of the Sacred college, gave a dinner in honor of the Rev. Den nis O'Connel, the new rector of the Cath olic university at Washington, D. C. Car dinal Satolli was among the guets, Men's New Spring Top Coats Fashionably cut and perfect in every detail of finish and fit. As a matter of fact you can't tell them from the high priced, custom made coats. There is a certain effect about these top coats that indicates unquestioned superiority. They are made of very fine imported fancy cheviots and lined with a superb quality of serge. The collars are hand tailored and fit perfectly. Take our word Hart* for it-they are such top Sehaftheru coats as ordinarily would i, r sell for $27 oo. Our ? ade Clothes Special Price $19.50 M. J. CONNELL COMPANY SPECULATION RIFE OVER COMMISSION MANY CANDIDATES FOR SUPREME COURT BODY-SOME OF THE MEN MENTIONED. SPI 'IAL o1 T1IIE IN I.Rt MOUNTAIN. Helena, .March a.--Speculation is rife over the personnel of the supreme court commission that is to be appointed in a few days by the members of the supreme court. There are many candidates for the three positions. not a few of whom have filed their applications with the mem bers of the court. Some surprise is ex pressed that persons seeking appointments of this character should make formal ap plication in writing. The air is full of rumors concerning the makeup of the commission. The mem bers of the court are maintaining a dis creet silence as to the court's action. There is a report current that Edward Scharni kow of Deer lodge, l.ew Calloway of Virginia City and Oliver T. Crane of Helena have splendid chances for the ap pointments. Although Judge ilenry ('. Smith of the district court of this city has not made application for the position. he is understood to be a receptive candidate for the honor. The court is expected to announce the appointments some time this week. The conmnission will have offices on the third floor of the capitol, using some of the comlmittee romn at present used by the legislature. OLD J. P. IS YOUNG ONCE MORE Throws Confetti in Carnival Festivities at Ravona. "S 151 'i i) Lit 1 MssV I tf Ilatana. .Mlarch .:.-J. 1'. Morgan was an active particilpant in the carnival tes tivitics Sutnday afternoon. From the hal cony of his host's hoime, he threw confetti and serplentinas at the crowds of thus quraders with boyish delight. He was plainly in good humlr. I.arlicr in the day he attended a Jai Alai, or Spanish basket ball game. The arrival of the finanmcier has caused quite a colmlnlion inl IIavana, where lie visits for the first time. He is the topic of the day and many gu.esses are made- as to his ntissiomn here. READY FOR ALASKAN TRIP Albatross is to Go North for the Fish Commission. IBv AS ,O'IA . Vl Ir'ssM, San Francisco, March 2.--As soon as authority comes from Washington the fish commission steamer Albatross is to go to the Mare Island navy yard preparatory to going to Alaskan waiters for the anu nutal cruise. The vessel, it is stated, needs a general overhauling at an ex pense of perhapl, $ao,ooo, but money for the work will not be forthcoming until it is allowed by congress. The work of the Albatross the coming season will be an investigation of the salmon grounds of the Alaska coast. PLANS NATIONAL UNIVERSITY Booth Would Train Men and Women for Rescue Work. SY ASiAOCIA'IID P5RE5. New York, March 2.-General William Booth, head of the Salvation army, pre. sided at three farewell meetings, in the Academy of Music yesterday, to mark the close of his five months' visit to this country. At the night meeting General Booth an nounced a plan for the establishment of a national university for the department of trained rescuers of humanity. The general will address his last meet Ing in this country today. Cinoinnatl Expects Flood. Cincinnati, Ohio, March a.-There Is no apprehension of danger from the moun tain swell from Pltssburg in the Ohio val ley, except from Evansville to Calro, where local conditions are reported as serious, especially from Owensboro to Paducah. 5he Inter Mountain BINDERY We are making Very Close figures On Magazine Blading, Blank Books Six Millipn Dollars Spent by the U.P.R. R. Co. In improving waat was originally thw finest track in the West. RESULT A comparatively straight and levyl roadbed ballasted with dustless Shcr. man granite, rendering possible the highest rate of speed, together with the gieateat degree of safet). The magnitude of the work must be se:n to be appreciated. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? * olid comfort, security and pleasure to our patrons. ARE YOU GOING EAST? If so, you :annot afford to go via any other than this ROYAL HIGHWAY. Further information on application personally or by letter ti' H. O. WILSON, O. S. L, Butte, Montana. AU kinds of coal and wood. QITIZESI' O01.r 00. V.. 4 East Broadwa.. WANTED Solicitors. Call or address Circulator. INTER MIOUNTAIN. SYMPATHY FOR THE IRISH Birthday of Robert Emmet Celebrated at National Capital. BY ASSOCIATED press, Washington, March 2.-The one hundred and twenty-fifth anniversary of the birth day of Robert Emmett was celebrated at a largely attended public meeting here last night at which the speakers included Senr. tors Clspp of Minnesota and Represents. tives Barthold and Coehrane of Missouri and Driscoll of New York. They all ex* pressed sympathy for the Irish cause. Colima Still Active. St. Louis. Mo., March s.-A special from Guadalajara, Mex., to the Republio says the rain of ashes from Mont Colinma still continues.