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ELECTION IS QUIET
IN CITY ON MOUNT Walkervillians As a Whole Are Not in Feverish State of Excitement Over It. COME DOWN TO BUTTE TO WATCH PROCEEDINGS HERE .Touching Appeal by Inebriated Individual Who Was Laboring Under the Im pression That Pat Mullins Is Running for Mayor of Walkerville Is the Only Incident of Note of the Day. 1 lctin llt lmrling dawned on qtutict sclnt in \V'alkirs ill. I he Iolling places Here sttrltollld l. l ittle groups of l. tn w'hI cast their I:illlts httrricdll y :ii hais tened away to seek cdver front tthe chill lla t, t, i at -w ept t over the hrill cit:,, T he chill iwhich fell upin the t.ters in litite s It the sunstltine of a hahi ".ly ty in Jutiune clmpiartI to the icy blreath thtat winter brethedI in W\alkcrville tod:ay. The partisa;ls of the two parties gath ered :alll. t th1i cosy tires inl the hotels tnod store. .. uietl ,y discuS sing the )political oplt tk. Unth factions rc 'med eqI ually cntllent of lctingu their numincts for lting Ipprtutilty fuor th.use who cared risk their c 't i r. 'lhaer. 8;a. little noise, Sless Itrtunnitt. N. unt semtettd tIo are aily pointt ih1rt1 thlere wasa room1 for it arargumentt. each sitle InitgI FO c'on0 i |lent that victory 'woulhi perch on its par ticular hanner that tIIC aldherenlts of neither ticket saw :ai)I ria;on tI ittunarrel over the iquestlt ini. M1ich:wl I.enl,,hit..ne democratic nom inee for ildermtanic holnors in the Third ward. seemed to have a little the better of thie bettililt ver hi oppo,nent. George M11cl.eod of the t itien.' ticket. The citizen~ t, Ilnt conllcede a demn ratic victory i tn any ward. but disinter cted persolls were inclined to wager otl tile success tf the democrats ill the See olunl lnd Third wards. I'l to If o'clock a very light iet, ias polledl and it dild not look as if there wouhltr i more than half of the Ioo ret.sitrcd vote cast. Some of the pollinu pIlaces were albsotlutely desert ctld. andll there vwas nothing that 'could eli called i "seethiniiig throng at any of the yotilng plnces. A large percentaur If thee voters tonok early cart to lutte to itness the Iprogress of the rlectioil here. Satmp; llll ih ts were whiskcel merrily through the air on the wings of the windll nd piles of circulars dlrifted in .nl, y- heaps nerar the curb. No one seemed very Illttch interested in the free litierature and hills were allowed to float idly throutnlh thre atmlosplhetre ulnreadl. The sample lallots iutll by thle demlo crats flare t.l in bright red paper, land in tile bilInk efi on tlhe regular ballot for the cross. d(mutraic nominets' nattes are alreatl crossetd. The demollcrtic nomlIllces are as fol lows: Iirt lward, 'llharles Itelcy; S;c onid wtard. IdwarI Filnnegan;il Thiri wiard. Blichael RIcyntlih.. and ifor thle citizen" party thll Inlilnes are: First ward. J. I,. 1',ppn: Stcn li ward. T. H. Elliott; "third wardt. I; orge Mic.codl. The polliing platc's in \\,ilkt ir ille are: For the First ward \stcrS, at t ity T'reasirer Johni Sllarltlnd ,tict er \\'. Wet Daly street: for the Secnil it;lrdl voters., in the rear rnool of tlihe city hall. at Cy Retallic's black bmith lhop .ni North .Main street. All voters rlegisteredl are knlowl to lie cl titlil to Ii vote niltl there is practically lo challenlginlg goillng on. In all prob.tability there will he con sildrabil scratchhing il tlhe Second ward, but as a who.l the votes this tmornling stuck pretty ctlose to the straight ticket, BABY'S FUTURE Something for Mothers to Think About Lives of Suffering and Sorrow Averted And Happiness and Prosperity Assured by Cuticura Soap, Oil ent and Pills When All Else Falls. Every child born into the world with an inherited or early developed ten dency to distressing, disfiguring hu mours of the skin, scalp and blood, becomes an object of the most tender solicitude, not only because of its suf.r. lIg, but because of the dreadful fear that the disfiguration is to be lifelong and mr its future happiness and pros perity. Hence, it becomes the duty of mother of such afflicted children to ac. quaint themselves with the best, the purest and most effective treatment available, rvi., The Cutleura Treatment. Warm baths with Cuticura Soap, to cleanse the skin and scalp of cruest and scales, gentle applications of Cutioura Ointment, to allay itching, Irritatlon and inflammation, and soothe and heal, and mild doses of Cuticra Resolvent, to cool the blood in the severer cases, are all that can be desired for the speedy relief and permanent cure of skin tor tured inftalu and children, and the com. fort of'wern-out parents. Millions of women use Outioura 8oap, assisted by Cuticuar Olnment, for pro. sering, puriting and beautifying the min, slp, hair and hands, for annoy ing irriations and weaknesses, and for many sanative, antiseptio purposes 'whlch readily suggest themselves., WOMEN'S SHOES $3.95 We are going to tell you about our Women's Shoes we sell at $3.95. We want you to know how well they wear, how stylish they appear, and what a good value they really are. We know that this statement is backed up by thousands of women who have bought and worn these shoes, and who are acquainted with their many merits. They are productions of the world's best shoemakers, for women--FOSTER CO., e Beloit, Wis., but never mind this. HIERE IS ONE Of 45 styles, every one smart and modish -- a shoe to fit every foot comfort ably --a shoe to please every taste. Among the many styles there are shoes for every occasion -- the light, dressy patent leather for full dress wear, the pli able kid for house wear, the sturdy, manish shoe for street wear. These shoes are sold all over this country by other dealers and at a much higher price. $3.95 RED BOOT SOE CO Stacy Adams Co.' Fiest Shes f e...95 R $ED BOOT SHOE CO. 36 North Main. 9 -36 North Main. so far as coul le learned. 'Iwili gosip thifs ,rllilng indicated that patly lines were b~ing adhered to for the lmost part anl in the Fir.t add Third wards there seems to be little or no scratlching going on. I'tp Ito normn there was absolutely nol disturlibaice at any of the polling places ald the crowd was very quiet in its we havior. Will Not Equal Registration. lhi. nfterlloo the votinlg opene, d con sidclrnaly heavier thani it was during the Illortling holrs. utllt it does not seem prob able that the vote a ill equtal tihe regis tratioun, or even approaclh it. The ma jority of the voters were still is- Butte at . o'clock. a:nd \alkerville was still quiet. .\ number of the citizens are ex pected to cast their votes when they re turn to the hill this evening. t)ne rather amuling incidentlt occurred about 1:;0 when a man in an inebriatecl or exhileratcd condiltion, who had evident ly his way, edified the crowd by charging lup and down the streets of the hill city hurrahing lustil) for Pat Mullins. lie seemed tio Ie laboring under the delusion that Mullins was runnitng for mayor of W\alkerville. and while he was alone in this error. there were Iiimany relllarks dropped iby the .iyilaiders to the efllect that Mr. .Mullins was certainly better qual itied for that position that the one for whicth he is a candidate. The Mullins adherent continued oni hits triunlllphal tour for half all hour mr more. Italancing himself tipsily on the edge of the curh. the Ibosom friend of Disgust is licinut delivered a very touching secr.h anent thi,- election going on at thile iiott;l of the hill. A Touching Appeal. lie appea;lld. with tears in his eye;, not to allow the "octupus" to take tile city and turn it into a den of thieves where they themselves would not lie allowed to get in on the graft. "Fellow-citizens!" said he. "Fellow-citizens! are you goinl: to allow this gigantic company to take the ore out of your children's mouths?" and so oni for almout .tooo words. Ili. ora tory was very effective and if he had not unfortunately .been ill anoth,.r to-,in, it might have 'had a tremendous influence ont the vote. Disturbances have been infrequent all day and nothing of ally importance has occurred in that line. Once or tIw,'e there have been hot words, but none of the dis putants came to blows. At 4 o'clock this afternoon things look ed decidedly favorable for the democrats and the betting is now two to one in stead of even money as it was whlen the polls opened this morning. Plenty of citizens' ticket money was had to cover the bets, however, and the citizens' still seem to be confident that they will win out in all three wards, in spite of th- fact that there has been more scratching this after noon than there was this morning. It is now thought to be a certainty that Michael Reynolds will be elected in the Third. That is, it is so stated by all ex ceoting the men who are working tooth and toenail for the citizens'. A number of men who are off shift are putting in their time going from one polling place to another inducing their friends to vote the citizens' ticket in the hope of turning the title. The wind having subsided somewhat the voters are beginning to turn out and a number of them may be seen on every street cornler talking politics, though most of the talk is directed toward the Butte contest. There has been little or no chal lenging sitnce noon and things are pretty luiet at the polls. ABOUT BUTTE Orton Bros. Pianos and organs. Tr. W. It. Ifall has returned fro~ California. The remittitur of the sulpreme ourt in the case of J. P. Collins, administrator, against the city of Butte, in which the higher court af firmed the order of the lower court denying a new trial, was received by the district court today. J. (i.. ates, tuner, Montana Music company. No. tig North Main. Insure your life in the Penn Mutual life of Philadelphia; organized in 1847; the safest and cheapest on earth;: en anlid women insured at the same rate. ('all, write or tclephone No. t-z-M Cobban-('asey-Day Co., agents. No. tle West Granite street, Butte. blppincutt & Darrow, a66 Pennsylvania Alex tMackel, attorney, to8 I'ennsylvania building. All persons having business to transact with the California Powder W\orks will please apply to C. It. Ring, care Montana iHardware com. pany, West Park. Corbett-MoGovern Fight, Written up by the leading sporting writers of the world. The crowd, the surrounddings, and every blow described by the Examiner, at the P. 0. News stand, g West Park street. LITTLE DOG STANDOS GUARD OVER BODY Attracts Attention of Peo ple to the Remains of Timothy J.Nolan. Timothy J. Nolan. , well-known char acter in Snith Butte. dropped dead this tmornitng. Ilis little dog stood hesides the ,bodly until pas.erIsy discovered it. and then the animal made a pitiful attempt to follow it as the dead wagon bore it to the utndertaker's. An itlctuest at 7 o'clock this evelning will determine the causetl.f death. Asthmatt or heart failure or a complication of hoth seems to Ihe the caut.s. The body lay besidet the roa:d where it branches off toward the Centennial brewery south of the city. It was warm when found., W\hett last seen the old man was walking along apparently well, near the spot where his corpse was discovereCd. lie had been sttlferiag severely from asthml: for some time, antd it is thought that a weak heart together with this affliction brought on his sudden deatlt. PROBATE MATTERS WILL OCCUPY HIS ATTENTION McClernan Will Also Make Four Orders in Criminal Cases Tomorrow-The Litigations on Calendar. J.ulge Mc(:lernan. in department three of the district court, will heat a tutlustbr of probate mattert, tolmorrow andl will ita.c ordter itl four criminal matters. I'ieas to the informations will he received in the case of the State agaitnst Edward CarnTy chargetd with assatult and tlte State against El:ward Furlong, nccutsed ofI t.rlary. (ita. tions will be made returnable tomorrow in the cases of tile State agaitltt Elliott Levi andl against Albert Albert ll, oth charged I ith but. The following estate matters will come up for consideration: Estate of Robert J. Mc('leary, decasred; set. tlement final account; estate of J. .\. ). For sythe; petition for order of sale: estate of Charles Prtovost, deceased; petition for letters; estate of Charles Provost. deceased; objectin, to granting petition- Jolhn Murtha, deceased_; petition for letters; Thomas Sephton, deceaset, settlement of account; estate of Martin C. Mc. ('lelland, deceased, petition for letters; estate of Nellie McCleary, minors, settlement final aeeoutnt and distribution; estate of I.ouise Koplfganz, deceased, answer to order to shlow cause; estate of Throplist Rotchan, deceased, petition for distribution; estate John A. J. L.arson, deceased, settlement final account and distribution. DECLARE MESSENGERS IN PETTICOATS WILL WORK Western Union Firm in Resolve to Set Girls to Work-Labor Council Takes Action on It. Despite the rumor tthat the W\estern t'nlfor was to put girls to work today it had not been done utp to 4 o'clock this afternoon, and the people Iae the offices of the company said that It wottld not be done yet. The plan to hire girls to take tile places of thie striking messen. ger boys was decided upon several days ago, and the management still insists that the orig. inal plan willbe carried out in spite of the trotests of organized labor and the W. C. 'T. rt. They say that a large number of girls have alheady applied for ilgrk and announced their readiness and willingness to go on regularly at a moment's notice. The applicants range in age all the way from Ja years to as years. The idea of the company is to exclude all girls under :6 years of age and it will give preference to those who are nearer so. It is alSo stated that in no case will the girls he required to go into saloons or any place of ill-repute. At the meeting of the Trades and L.abor cotuncil last night the matter was taken up andl referred to a committee of three, who are authorized to do anything they thinkc advisab)le in the affair in belhalf of the council. Tl'he council instructed tile committee to make an effort to adjust matters, but failing that the fight will be continued to a finish. The com. mittee is composed of the following: Frank Reber, Mt, t. Dempsey and J. E. McNally. IT SEEMS TO BE 'EASY THERE Republicans Claim Victory at Great Falls, Where Vote Is Heavy. Great Falls, April 6.-Fully 6o per cent of the wote of this city had bees cast at a o'cluvel ,ld1a , r1 1l thi e inedi.alin" are C h alt t(I e lillI AI l Irpuhlietll tiiel fl allllntly tll the ihadl adt re il,rit i r iitri'.d, .ie clotlied iy all ,. it.h'mr -imrg majolrity. I lit iliy .i.111art. ,..k for C'entennii l lock lIher. Injunctions Denied. 31 A. 1 ES II i PIll I 'N . krii, lbim, April 6.-- Ilr. lltina s. -llt yf the Chicalgolr hl ial jail I lrade tlor 4 itall uilh the owdnerhip of thde Iti',iins. 0r.n Ith future price' of grains tle lli oth r oI'1II. nldit ies were ldenid by jItri id Aam% s ll. the l'nited lStates district Co' lll iny, Sid the Idealing in futur cItndI mtn.|i.ill 'He Peeped In. ill An'tltA iitoi 1141 `iS, Akronil, hi April 6t.--Mrsl. Saraih I'p ,Ike was placed in jaitl here charged with causing the death Eof Anldre llia'.hnit. Mrs. pdyke confessed t r thll e kinll the ki . ing Ihe was playing thlile part of a "peplling \Work on ChilA. n Cruis r Points Ir Merau eobsc:atio n has ar-1-r:11getl all 11uni1m. 1 -011 1 r'hlt':l 1 l l ' (tltl- iulrlgtrn IC. I ill raIllt . .h h -it l ;t t wfit the . Iui x i i. Ifie curre I - ( lln .t1. of photographs ofl I try e school inl t e nttry. In Madrid Riots. 1Y AS% tf'lA l'll Pl l WS. Madri', April 6.- The situlLainn hIs hte ,r7ow graver in the uAliverl iy 1townsl, where the brutal treatment of emUidelnts has Cre :It,1d, intensl.lie rellalen ft agailnst the gov erilnt. Ilc Ma1drid till' agitation is gain ml ;;round. S\NTI ":1 AT .(IN(T .. .*pelir.eed sth,, i r11 . ( all r 'adll ''al ( irctdallte 1, 11 t1 er i111 l iutlII Sti le'. 14. RAPID SHIPBUILDING. Work on Chilean Cruisers Points a Moral for the United States. I I'lttburg (hroni, h"i Tilrl craplh.) 11ou14 Amerl, ain eIoun trI l lr' d, ll1tl,l dt4l'eAt i, . IH li ll I .nI I some llstauln e a leasti thiey 1 111 d . hipsl whIen t lhey build. T le current I-."4, ,I thil Scienlifir Aimerican givei at n i xha'ustl.h 1d tcrl'tioln, with ilhlusratioll n I, 1 fite new I 4liln battleship .liS l b.rtad, acculmpaniedi bY i-"e , i nioni tat for her size he r is thle . e t l,,werful fighting ship afloat. iru l lu .ibertad l f '.ell1i) tns dishplacement, 46 lttcrt long, 71 f It ti.ro'd, s ll carriest ordnnllll e caplable of tVho conetl hild enitl tir woulId auiiillt to A,fia ioiO Ansi. All he ou.f to l s are of mIlot1111 titi, lngl-range caliber, higa h f velocity typ, n alut lilly Itu nt pattern oft t breei r e i'lliia , dlle . 1igned to iacilitate raped Inading. She was built bIy \'icker Sons & MaRxi, London. 'ihe Chilean otar ve ssels the Scientitlc Alt-twarlo a41., "are all remarkabile for their powerful louln.ive lqualities, their f armaien' t lbring, . I pr1oprtion to their displacement., ore power l thanl that of any other ship, in the worla, of the I'nitcl Slates navy." .\ remarkable Ifact iabout the L.ibertald, Ilnod one which is of deep interest tao a htlint ipeopl like the Amnerican, is the great sp. rd wla Mhicrh she was built. 'hie it Ikee.l plae was laid oil March 13, go., and tile laundt ltook place o Jalnary 6, M n t 3, the srsel being Etpl ted, therefore, in less than o month i '. 'trlh, affords n strikl I ollparion d. lo the Iv t eh r with which 011'ric'n warstip, ate I, i g conlstrucled. The .1i}=uuri is a case il paint. This vessel is nlly 40i) tuns larger than lhe Libertad. The cununact for her con stfie Ion was signed on I)ecemher in, tIrfi, atl last I)ecerher, after the exlriratlon of four yearr, the ship was .su nontllsh behind contract, and, of .ouLse, is not yet C4mln eht(ed. Am1 'r1 .11ans I ate been taking lbridg.Ie building hlnd lother ,onltracts away frlm Ihitihll c lnpetltion in Africa and Asia, because of the prmnlptitude with which they can promise fullhlent, bilt they need to bestir themselvee in shipbuilding. 'lite value of quick work in rehabilitating a mnavy mit be apl urent to all. The backward londition of the 'nited States navy is largely attributable to the deliberatioll with which shipbuilding |irm- go about their guoten'ent \VAN'I'IT ) AT ONCI: --Experienced ioli(i. tors. fall or address Curculatur, ilter M ountain. Reform Progresses, Recently published dispatches indicate t:at suoe of the White house reformers are now content with the arrangement of the pictures and furniture, and are about to turn their attention to the president's personal habits. The Polyglot Menu. [Philadelphia Record.] 1,a Mortt-It is quite an innovation for that cafe proprietor to have his mienu in English, French and Latin. ],a Moyne-It's economy. When fin English dish is left over he gives it a French name, and it is still around on the third day he changes it to Latin. AMONG THE TOILERS COMMITTEE ON ADJUSTMENT Trainmen's Officials Are to Confer With Illinois Central and Alton. liY i' ', l I. Il .I\ i u'k* .:i I i liirago. April 6.. 1 tils . li.justel I ii 4m lllilstet, o k iwlay TI'rusllnllll .ilt1 1 ,Hihus or.s orga' iti/ roll have atr i1rei i I hll ',tg(l anld are preparlllg 111 meet the -lhcials of tih Illlnois I 'r,,i l :iil Allon roads.. ' I' l i l ralinm nll ani c nil ncil't I,' tr.e it~ie beelii evel till ., iatit l. i l.,l .tu e seurii on e Illiu Ceil a ln lad l-r their nl mr'l.N ai, tho'e on the W,%k h. a IS pe1 r cent in 'rel t, for freight amd I.' per c.tl inertle hot upa, s.liger Nsr.i 0e. Jolh. 4l . i lnai.im. gran.. i a .i;,trr of thI . troutherhood of ta, l ilro Iad I reiin. arrives iits t iieago iiday li pr',ineil |ir dei i lplel t ofI Il. elir elll, o -ll t Ih h, I . hlli iin l ry l. '1 he. c j:lt, . llrtl 1 (olttlll illre, .l " I -ll. lfr lllllll. .oil ,Ifi . e th(l enil if tl. - aukr;ll . ; d tit. I'Pautl .yst n11 . whller It ,J mlnld, wIre- 11 J.; 1;lll ry , Iot a hail Ir t.w, clthst of nlplhosl' , now have w ll pr,.ent theml to tIll.' Imlnl,. meliht, of th.,"' roads h'fole the end of tih. werk. SECOND WEEK OF IDLENESS No Chance for a Compromise in the Strike at Lowell. 1V ACl' IAl1iii P5I'a .Lowell. Mar., April 6.- -' Ilie '-r-o ot'i'k of iilliniiiss for ov1er l i8. on ile I, lil' operativs in si of th i le ill h e. "ill btriH, today ;ult , I , 'h;*,lla., iln the siltlal)lti i. expctli'ed. It w'ai ripw.ri ld thuat i h llai.illiit mill- wouhl 0l1i4 , hl.i Aglti MiJuiltlIIIon I ic liuitlnd to. dil-ius,. ti'e Ii ill tt r. Smiil cloth roomit, are ,till bteiiiv oilir Iatvdt. 'I hle aulmnll tit o n ni(i llhl, good:. oti lth ild will lairii.Ii eiiiloyimieiit for only a few lday,. 'l he litlter-- if thu IHooth, M .c,,lclihuSit.L i 'rtilOnilS and Sutllolk ,.v their f:ulctories will ..hill ihiwn alloigethi r durinig thle (lliii.g week. A nitl Southlard, .eritlry for Ithe nil iifitlirrrs' anc. li.ain, Ile l or Ih Soiuth y.,Iterday. STRIKE IS ON IN CINCINNATI Lockout of Brewery Workers in Chief Cities of the Buckeye State. .1y ASSk O LArTI' tLSle ('lin innati, Ilhin, Ap tril i. -The lockout iof lr.wery worker ait ( ult u li xti-tnded Ito this, i'ty y IterIday. 'The II Io k, Moier lin and Jung breweries dropped tri .i in, itih notice was giveni to ver ii tlo.. thia Ithey woulhi not lie wanted todaly. 'I he lirtcil. andil engineers in the breweri.es .here aA well ati at I 'lluhilus claim thait their intilrni:itiiunal lunioins have jurii dic lion over Ithetl, iltlead of the union ofif ithe I 'niti. lirewery workers, whoi-. iina tionial lheadquairters aret here. The ( inciuntati brewer, claiuiu that their beer was initerfered with ity thie locked tilnt Uniteid ilreutsry workier-, oat 'iiiutbus in violatio of it a cuultract ailnd thretei at i till iral lttkoutui. To Confer Today. iiy ASSiiIAltl t lk Ssi . Terre Ihaute, Ind., April 6.-The I1. di:uiin oiperators will submit a propuuitiut to the miniers today, agreeing to have It Couinuission coiutposed of an operator, a miinecr anid ani expert engintier to decide what ineiise in the Clintoni field require Announce the Weight. StUives and Hardware Reporter.] "Have you weighed another anchtor yet?' demanided the new commodore of the.yacht dclub. "Aye, aye, sir," answered the petty of. fltcer, touching his hat. "Then, why," thundered the commodore, "don't you announce the weight?" One Disadvantage. [Chicago Tribune.] "What is the mtatter?" asked the ptero dact) I. "I hardly know," groaned the dinosaur. "The itnpression Upon sty two sets of brains are somewhat confusing; but it's either a headache or the gout." ALL FOUR YEARS AT OLD YALE WILL BE OPTIONAL Latin, Greek and Mathematics May Be Let blde IIf the Freshman be Desires--.An Improvement. a1 iit .nl IAI i I'll ax. N.w 11i.1as n, l n 11 . I1h il , .-- lei' ..1. .*r all 'itoi y)lI a oil the 3.I l.33 ct*ur oe It 3 al'. a e ' II hie ch'ctve ill clhI;r;I,.lIr. Ily a ui. nl.' right ent Ell".r will he openal to the ir hinrliiI . Ianl till, r0Ilr will nlakl it po i. le In0 a Ire'lm.ni to 1drill .reek, I it in si l'lll n llth a c, l'lt his I reitr to nthl ,e. I, w ill :1,,, lhi.l to the ihrapil14 g oIf (, I.rk IloI l Ie' :nnll i llnaion for aItll mi ion t'.i lh. Yi ale * lle. el c 'r hangingl3 Io11111 el'Jiae. l I 1 I*h. l iv e rlos.r, ;aI o l Nll in v ..grs : t:.,. lih lei' ,,e irs r t.rs were gih l* lie1i, li ,,l ll oltitm e el %%,,ik. T he juilli I.' , iI ,. w lr, 1ii.1i1 optional ,i, years, rlo . ,hlluhi , ai I u ra",hl eh ien wl, k Icn.iill, iI_ i l, i l 'l -l l'i l Iladley 'A t;I., i hI Icl , %lici 11i llphlmi r", t., t "llow- 1 l 0 h'lectluel. PREDICT A GENERAL STRIKE Official Says Bridge and Iron Workers May Bring on Serious Affair. i1l ai i, IAli lII, Ii lN, ('1, lan; ,,, April 6. i" : lk |lj hii( a in, who is tI, Irail the, Ilrid .e ;1I hu ,,ll \3 . rk. siht., ..Steel colpi i.l,,11 , y u lii .n1 a geiil i .l li hali' war tIhi) u 1. t.iI i iury ih II illn .11 :1E 11V. 3 v I almla larist IEi,: ht befi r the.ii S hilriiEl4 I ii.. 'l i llli, ll , iii' 1 5 ie. 1I i ih, ,ih l ,i p rt i. l t Ih. l , l' i l,nr I.ri gilli'il ti .11 ' 11 I , 1:11 1 Ellitry lI ill t o it1,tr tl. ll 111il wir a:wiln t lIhs. r:ilill)y gtmo ing Ils nhiln:ilinl, 11 I 01pilnl ," he -aid, "The Alilric'1l Il Idg. ciii 31.'iiy ifo r' tryllj I lbr, ik ulp 1ille nIition, ti iooll. Fro i prlle, 1I, ii b11 h1 h,3 li 111lr 11 .ied ,111 a 3e l wot rk hlia ' i 1r l ill l:i org:li :II ,lila I rectify :eiErl l,'l 11 h'e.. I\\ 'h'il t l l l ' i'll, ' are I Jl ii' kIni tll lllnl. h y ii ll 13 ofi demalils._ for Inlh..Ir ipay a i, ettel r w rllkliig ctn. di* "1 h,, ,il'iR:ih we :ile wai iian:, a:gail.st the iilge ipaM itch hll ly t , 1. It iBe Thee. poli ible wel. . 15 ill : ll ,1t lir (men n "lnlill t lc linl work, alnd, if lE arej flirced to ,in ,o, thii wre will lie til the in3 .l try b lit lfort. aity (lr Suiiln(11, In lllilIr i 'i1t r ut ofw k wil k." Mr. Iulirhalal is in Chicago to ie.lo_ lli i A11 411. ii 1 I11' lllll r C Il 1Vilkll h:ii rl', 'l,., Altlp il ,-- Johnll htrcliell, l national presidient of thl e L lte Polie of Chrkerics Alled, will e Ejet his city Heeler rom Sc uring aser weeHall. or shortly aflerwiardl, to allvi with the dihtricl, Apreil,.- tlc palchrae werte cors tricts c'lllcrning the appointment (it a nclilid tio ,(ll a riot atr a olitictl inet .strailt SeinII oI11 the anglilht ('ha werehas ariser over the Itiilrreit interpretations lof the aa1ril lI,rokn ovr t id al cim ubission QUELL A POLITICAL RIOT Police of Chicago Called Out to Eject Heelers From Schultz Hall. II1 1.l,41'IA'IEll Vt'Kc .s, Shir:'tgu, April 6,- The police were com. pelled to quell a riot after a political mneete ing at Schultz hall last night. ('hairs were thrown and broken over heads and clubs and tits wec used s. frequently that several pe('rsonls were injured, four of Ithm'11 slEriously. NI arrests were malde. How About Butter? [New \'ork Mail and Express.1 Now plalit a tree. It is the right time, Doie't hlt the leaves get too big. Remembler that the city beautiful requires shade, and bear in Ililld that the trees "will aye be growil' while ye're sleepi'.," Many Returns. [Baltimore Herald.] "I thinlk that was an awful mean re mark that Ethel made to Mrs. Porkiia of Cllicago, who was celebratillg her fifth divorce and her sixth marriage." "What did shle say?" "Ethel said 'l wish you lmaty returnl of the day.'"