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PRESIDENT CASTRO WITHDRAWS
HIS RESIGNATION AT CARACAS P.IDENT, CASTRO OF ,'esEiZ'FLA I'y ASSOCIALIED 7PrS. Caracas. Tuesday. March 2S.-After reading his special mesisage to congress today ;.leneral I astro withdrew his. resig ation,:. 'l I he message ays: "\\'henl I abdlicated it was from no small nlilIndd v r interecsted calculation, still less was it the rc.ttlt of aty sorry or ridiculous arci. whiclh has no place in a heart warmetrd by the heat of great ideals." lie t tht s he btlievea hIas albdication S.a a duity impns.d on himt in the interest "With ii ".'r:tion today." he ays, HEAVY PAYMENTS NEEDED FOR IRISH LAND BILL AS PROPOSED Wyndham Broaches His Plans in the British Parliament -How He Would Settle the Vexing Question. 51Y 1 -,e. I : II11 !,lli. 1 , le.ehn. l.art ht . h. I e rileh ecre t a r . . .\ \.V ii :: it . I : . -rd ue I tIt g 1 .rll ,i.il ',. ,, ;I ,tiiliil: te. d Ili-lh ;la, i cell in t, . t -f < mioon- t,.oday. it pro I'i - ;1 tse .r;ll 1 f $ r. .oon l, ,*ll,e i for the lpt:rp,, of tile lh al. 1 It , . s i i n t , .r , .- t I lt t i l t h i' n e w l e g is - latii:. s hich it i- hI peid will ptronute pe:le :, .'I c itelntmilt in Ireland, was tihl'.i,, I I the crowded Ihoeie. The I.er-" u:ll, rry -nl the distinlglilhed slrame ,e-' "I .isIlry were illed. .and there has noSt bI,.'t .<tllt . t::uhth ritng of ,members of l Ih i. i 'lt ,1i . the ,plnli ng oi f tihel " es-r ll 'h:il I..c i i . ith l li r of the land L.eru aw i ,le,.rItrId hi4 lifts'- reiltllh birth d:, I .s , t nt ,i lo i lt e h lotl for the first ttime ,iln iie e t ii"t' il It lie a mcl llembr in crdler ct helir the chief secretary for Irelae il uill l hi. ellans. Mr. \\ ,,nIlb:an, alho ,a- hTeartl'y ht leredl w h l I tl l lI I , . i a'll . i h: i i tlt '.cell aet the eltet th!il the.I' t.,verlr!ellt tiento gilt tcash aid ,l a , c t lt flor the f tllill enti t of the propose,. dl lno., hut it atta:hed grci,le implliIrt..I ,e tie thie credlit operation thni l, the iah operaltion,. lie then e un i,,elheI the nt heiem which provides for alidvancei, i I mit y for the plurclhase of lan, I the tInllt-. The advances will Ice in 11., hale of c.eash and not of stock. but in r dt r to enailt. the ca:h to bee ralsed a nelew cit k is to let tfloated. 'IH It. ih lhau Ih ill prol vidc,. that ten:ctl, shall p:y a .' Per tcent inter:-t (nI lonsll from O lle p lov rnm ntI : that Inoll :lli tt d tarns, :nl re cinut laeu In c eill IIe seold toe Csi u-itn - w ill .eesi e i th saleh c . Thee iadiu.tl lt, th tlealt'. through the pro A HEIIYDECISION Stockmen Who Trook Up Public Land Are Inter ested in This. 'l" il \. TO) 'ill I T' 1ER MO 't NTT.sit.f llekna, March .tS.-A decision of vast importance to sto'ktmren who entered upon ublic lantd by the use of the forest reserve scrip was received today by the Helena ladll officte. It was a ruling of the secre tary of the inltrior in regard to taking tiup land with trerguti swap forest reserve scrip. The comnmissioner of the general land office held that entries made by John T. Murphy and other stockmen with this Oregon swamp scrip could not hold le cause when the state of Oregon deeded the land back to the government for a for est reserve it reserved 3o feet on each section line for a roadway. Mr. Murphy appealed to the secretary of the interior, who, as stated, reverses the commissioner and holds that the entries made with the scrip were valid. Many thousand of acres o( land in Northern Montana were taken up with this scrip, rendering the decision OpN of vital importance. "nobody would lose, and all would gain, sitnce this would imply that my efforts and mly .sacrifices were always and under all circuml-talce% at tile service of the repub. lic at its first call." .Ater paI.ilng in review the other dilffi culti-. inl the way of the goverlulnent, he ;aw, how his intenltions were misreprc. s.,tel and he wa, dishcarts'ed and at that moment resigned. "'Xtwithltanding those rea;ons, which were weighty to lily mind.," hie continues, '"cnglres, doloes ot accept imy rescination and in.i-ts I should conltinlue. that I should v ic I f the 3lan1 11ill, are limited to $2.3 t ini he cl'3n31a3,%dI dlirtri3.i and $;...1o, elewhere. The. lill will hecmile rtln'cilVe Novm.rlhler I. .r. \1 ..lh.,; a 1-aid $;7.0,,..,o,,. co3 31111n The Irish secretary explained that while the m'lai.iiut ch.hrge oin the . nlgl islh l,. II 3 13 33.ll . trea ury w ub. t 1.1 1 ot 'xceed $1, 5.975,on i3l a sillnglc )ar. the reduction i11 tile co..t tto the adtinisrrattin orf Irelach t3u ud amlloulllt to $1,25 3 ,1 ll33 . It waill Ie called gnu rantecd - .2 ier cent stock, and w ill lie unllredeemnableh for Mr. W Indlhal: dlu ,tl. if ithe $30n.3 oo. ofo3 th IIst 'lck 3,,3 hc uni nec,le.l. It woul l h, iS.-d l Ia t tIb e . . r ..n1 o $3,o3. m.un yearly flr th. hIr dt three year;, and aifter war34 11%,ibhly il3 larger ins.. HE CANNOT ACICEPT Pastor Called by Helena Unitarians Cannot Come. P1r'IAI. TO TilE IN1TER MOI'tTAII#. Illelna, March .S.-T-'he board of trustees of the First Unitarian church re ceived word today from Rev. Mr. Ilodgens of Iowa, who had been extended a call, to the eifect that hle could not accept. Rev. Mr. Duncan of Iutte will continue to supply the pulpit until a minister is se cured. Frank if. Crowell, who was chairman of the last republican county central cons mittee and has been a resident of Helena for many years, accompanied by his fanc ily, left today for Everett, Wash., where he will reside in the future. Somebody Has a Graft. Albany, N. Y., March *25,-After an en. tire day's debate on the subject the senate, by a vote of 38 ayes to 14 noes, passed the Davis-Bostwick 0,ooo-ton barge canal bill, which involves an outlay of $*o:,ooo,ooo. All the negative votes were east by repub leans. not persist therein, but considers ine still uscful in the goverrmicnt. I aow before its dlcsire and resign mysetf to the new obligations imposed by my country, but only until the work of pacifying the na tion shall be complete asl order re-estab lishlld in the public admnnistration. Re. membler it well, senators and deputila, I eclieve my separation necessary; you think otherwise. I hope the future will Irove you right. Accept an expression of my supreme thanks for the generous dema onstration of which you have made me ehe object." In addlition to this the government pro posed a free grant of $to,ooo,ooo, to be raited by additions to the stock, the in Ierest and siiking fund of which will be horne by the treasury, and the nlaximum annual charge will not exceed $i,9so,ooo. Against this charge on the British treas ury the Irish goverlinmlent proposes forth with to colitlmmence reductions in the coat of idminist rat ionl amlountilng to $2, .13,J.', per ;itItnntn. 'Proceeding Mr. \\Wyllh:nl de:alt with the points of the bill which contain a bewildering mass of tigure., showing how advalnccs would be maiI and the terlms of repayment; but it srellcs inl tile main to be on the lines laid doji by the land conference report and will hie satisfactory to landlords and ten anlts. Il the course of his speech, which w.: pttIi: tecd with cheers, Mr \'ynl hll t suit the lrs.l, of Iceliland were being tr id'inal tii it 'aiI. i l h t he tenants .\.,, ",in,; rubins ,l n. r ally a lnd the tax p :i.. . . tl.li in $7no ,oo0 l r ' ,; i, I , , t ai a n i io n a n d ý; " , I;r t, ,. ,hit large force ias n,"'. I to ,,:d il I th I ,it irregularities Mr,,i.i .; n.l: ,t ,h, llttl oy t--lion. "f; iHt ulp'',,i , I:clr tl,.ser circonut ., .i'. tse -n tuy, ii the lantd tortl " 11.1 ; .1 o nt," Tot- I ht n h ord. .,I I su, ,n,. * ts ,th r?" )lIr. \\..tIlh , ,l rid ., tlink any re crntlit ,r ,'L..1 r .e . i,. nt, ,l ie looked for. tI:t et p trience- h iv ih state in , i rr'd Int i in yil ini , t". - i aid. Front Ihe, t. l nr. t ,' liew I'p i . t, i, a; stated 0t1hl aid flr the l land pn h,'ll w.as a safe co lilercial tor sa'cti,. t . Ily the' aid of the -tate a. il te antii, hla . :lready hlought thir ih hlig-. i rl the tlite had not lost a hal" lc' n y.i Mir. \Vynl!ali iln b sail that the nunt her oi antnalict wvhilh had lto lie dealt with r .,hlt-red the work iist itbiiairassing, comlllpli.Caltted ;nl vecry dtiflittt to lpresent to hl'e hiolc in ;i11 int."lligihhle manner. The t.hte of thines Itln soile art of Ireland was .tch i cobll scare:i ly lie believed in ASK BETTER SERVICE Billings Business Men Pay a Visit to a Railway Man. Billings, March 25.-A number of Bil lings business men called upon Division Superintendent Gillett of the Burlington, who was here from Sheridan today in the interest of a better train service be tween Billings and Cody, the new town upon the terminus of thle Toluca branch. In order to make that town by train, Bil linigs people have to ride about is mllep from town to take the train, The deslrq is to have trains run from here. Superintendent Gillett Informed ts4 conunittce that he would do all within hit power to effect the change, but at pres ent the matter laid largely in the bands of the Northern Pacific. Miles Report. Washington, March as.-The report of General Miles on his observations in the Philippines and on his trip around the world has been submitted to the secretary of war, but it will to be made public for the preseant. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS TlRRiI is a se"called Malt Whiskey offered for sale by certain dealers In bottles which are similar to the Dully Malt Whiskey bottle, and there Is no deabt that It is begns whiskey put up In a bets tie i Imitatieon of the Duffy Malt Whiskey bottle with Inatent to do celve the people, and anythlng that Is meant to deceive Is a fread. any firm or cempany that will put Imitations and substitutes on the market will not hesitate to sell you impunre goods, or cheat you In weight and measure. $500 REWARD T'he Dl)uy .M;1lt \Vhiskey Company will pay $5on for the detection andI conviction of any person or ,persons offerinlg for sale l)uffy's Pure Malt \\hiskey which is inot the geluin. or a sn-called malt whiskey in a bOttle similar to the I)utfy Malt Whiskey bottle, with a label oml it similar in style and appearance to the DufTy Malt Whiskey label. and a strlp o'ver the cork s.i.ilar to that on the I)ulTy Malt \\'hiskey bottle, replresenting it to le ID).ly's Pure Malt Whiskey. T'his com p:lany will also give $Soi rt.e.ard for the detection and ctnvictiton of anity person found refillin: the I)uify Malt W\hiskey hottles. Ol couruse. when a rercldy has rben $before the public so long. haI., lbn prescribed. used adl recommnlded by tlhe l st doctors. and in all Ithe prominent hospita tl t.%ughout the morl.land has carried the bh,.,siu of health to lmatly thousand, Itd hcunIe)t as I)tllYv lurr .1,11t \ hisky has, hii ittn.,. are Bound to arise. But they can a imitate the lottle and tlabel ily; no onle cantL imitate the goods. Duffy'sPure Malt Whiskey formula was discoverdl fifty years ago by one of the greatest chem S its the wortil has ever known. It is a secret formula, and while it has cured millionsu of people during thet last half century,'the secret :has never been discovered. Dr. William Hooker Vail. one of the leading pIhysicians and sur geons of St. Louis. Mo.. writes enthlluiastically about what I)ulTy's 9 Pure Malt \\hiskey has dlole for himself persolnally and his patients: (;entlcmenu : I)ulTy's Pure Malt c'hi.key was introduced to me through a consumnptive patienlt whom I was treatilg. I called on her one afternoon after an abstence of about two months and remarked that she was so much improved. I inquired after medicas enuts etc.. and she stat ed that site had been using nothing but good food and plenty of Dutty's Pure Malt Whiskey. Her improvemenlt was so marked that I went directly and purchased it for several other patients suffering similarly, and in a short time they all expresscld decided intprovement, and front per sonal observation and physical examination there was great improve men in the lung tissue. Two who had Laryngeal Consumption (con sumption of the throat) are ntow entirely well. I amt employitng it ex tensively now in my practice, in La grippe. Pneumonia, Hronchitis, Anaemia (Inanition or Marasmuos. starvation froum lack of assitmtila tion of food, etc.: always in convalescents. Its agreeableness to the taste and stomach of all people and con dition makes it nlmost a panua eal for all diseases. Yours very respectfully. ; WII..IAM HO(()KE V.l., M. D. J:tanuary u7. jot. 'Thlousatlns of cltters are received daily from grateful mlen and womnen int all walks of life. wlto have been cured of cosullmption. grip, cougha, roldc, dyspepisia and genleral delility. and from old people who say their lives have Ireen rprulnuged many years ,beyondl the three score-aund-ten, by the use of Dully'. Pu'tre Malt W\\hiskey as their only medicine. CAUTION. -_.When you ask for Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey be sure you get the genuine. Unscrupulous dealers, mindful of the excellence of this preparation, will try to sell you cheap Imitations, and so called Malt Whiskey sub stitutes, which are put on the market for proft only, and which far from relieving the sick, are positivly harmul. Demand S"Duffy's" and be sure you get it. It is the only absolutely re alt whiskey which contains medicinal, health-living qual S Ilesa . Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is sold only In bottles**our Sown special-shaped bottle, like the picture. Never in flasks or in bulk. Look for the trademark, "The Old Chemist," on the G . stu t 55% týlabel. The genuine is sold by ilrurggi-t, and grocers. or direct. It is the only whiskey recognized bIy the government ust medicine. This is a M guaralntee. Valuable medical boooklet containing synmptomn nund treatmentl o diseases atnd convilcing testilllonials sent free to any reader of this paper who will write. DutTy Mlalt Whiskey Coi'nlanly, Rlches. ter, N. Y. Montana Liquor Company, Selling Agents, Butte. WILLIAM LINDSAY ON RECENT LEGISLATION WILLIAM LINDSAY. SPECIAL TO THE INTaE MOUNTAIN. lillings, March as.-William Lindsay, chairman of the republican state central committee who was here today, in dls. cussing the failure of the late legislature to enact a new apportionment law said that TEACHERS' INSTITUTE MEETS Interesting Sessions Are Continued at the Garden City. Missoula, March aS.-The teachers' in stitute, which is in daily session, continues to be well attended. This evening Pro. fessor Search of Worcester, Mass., will deliver his final address of the series. II: will be upon "Music in the Fatherland." Damage by Floods. Vicksburg 'Miss., March as.-Thirty thousand acres of land were flooded last night by the breaking of a protective levee around Lacona Circle, Ark., a5 miles north of Rosedale, Miss. Much livestock will be lost and the negross are said to be. with. out provisions. It seemed as Ieugh the parties were un able to agree. Mr. Lindsay says that the Whipple bill, if it had become a law, would have been an injustice to the republicans, as it planned to give the democrats away the beat of it. MORE OF SCARLET FEVER Two New Cases of Dread Disease Were Reported Today. SPECIAL TO THII INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, March as.-Two new cases of scarlet fever were reported today. Both are in the family of Mike Corcoran of No. 6 West Third street. Four of Mr. Cor coran's children are now ill of the disease, In Inauranoe Frauds. New York, March as.-G. Ciccones was arrested yesterday and held in Sa,Soo bail for complicity in an alleged fraud upon an insurance company. His wife was insured for $soo and the man, it is alleged, col lected on the death of a woman not ac c ted by the comrany, PELLETAN THINKS OUR SYSTEM BEST French Minister of Marine Tells His Senate Small but Fast Force Is Needed. AMERICAN AND GERMAN NAVIES THE BEST NOW Less Expense in Time of Peace, While the Force May Be Quickly Increased When Necessary - Pellatan Says France Should Take the Hint and Bring Her Navy Up to Date. tY A18O( IATI'U PRESS. Paris, Marclh JS.--Marine Minister Pl'r letan in the course of a speech in the senate today, defending Francc's naval policy, said the UL'nited States furnished a lesson in naval constructionl which France could follow with advantage. lie referred to the American and German navies as being the two most progressive of the time, and said the strength was not through the maintenance of a large, un wieldy, ineffective force during time of need, but to a small peace effective force, capable of quick enlargement in time of war. This permitted the expenditure of large amounts of iUoney during the periods of peace on dockyards, coaling stations and new ships, instead of con tinuing expenditures on a costly effective force, The minister declared France should follow the same course, concentrating .all naval expenditures on construction. PAY OF MEN AS HIGH AS SALARIES PAID -OTHERS New Haven, Conn., March a5.-Presi tdent Hall of the New York, New Haven & Hartford railroad, today issued a statement authorized by the board of directors. The statement declares the board has found that generally the pay of the employes already is as high and in some cases higher than that paid other roads int this locality, although in a few cases lower. The board also decided that a committee appointed be authorized to meet commit tees of the employes with a view to decid ing on a new scale of wages. President Hall, \V. 1), Bishop, Vice President Choate, George A. Miller, direc tors, and William F. Merrill, first vi:e president, were appointed to mcvt the joint commission of the employes today to in form them of the decision of the board, REGISTER TODAY.