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HONOR TO THE JEWS
FOR PRESERVING HOME Bishop Sltterlee Declares Christians Do Not Cornm pare With Hebrews. SAYS MEN ARE LOSING RESPECT FOR RELIGION Divorce and the Loose Regulations Sur rounding the Married State Is Called a Menace That Threatens the Very Life of the American Nation-Crisis Predicted Inside of Fifty Years. 1iv A4i' IA 1 1 I S , S. Washington. .April .. "The I*tIw are prcscrviing the home riind family better than we Christians are doing. I do not &inoSi' hUw to actoullt foir this. HuIt I do knl(oew it to lie a fact." Hishop Matterlere of . the piscopal church ent;de this declaration Iin a sermolln here last unight. in wthichj the malt rlihject of Ihis diicoulrse was divorce. ".esn." said the bishop,. "are losing re-. spect for the hirme anid caring less for the 'imily ti of tour civilizdation. On the ahonthler. of the husbandts and fathers of thei lalnd rests the responsiility of the low estate to a hich our family has fallen in this country. " I'tis fosters and encourages the great est curse of the age--divorce -and the ooi.e manner in which the sacred mnar ri.we vows are bring kept. '" Ihe evil. the umost frightful danger of otir age. is divorce and breaking down of our faimily institutions. If it is sot stoplpetl the awmen of this country anId our race a ill hIe degraded withiin .o years." PURSUES ON A BIKE UISSOULA DETECTIVE HAS AN EX* CITING CHASE AFTER A BAD MAN OF COLOR. llt'l'1i 1 ( ill . f 1111 Ml '\r1lAI', l i-- ti iii. \ l,rl :,.. .1 "'ltentlemt ;lal of trolor." .h, u .\,e.t.,plth tl Ihi ideas of honor ,y hgil t:i ; t h,,-lar hIly of his ac qullllntall ;1 "' l.ll.lp on the. tar." wa ar rete l( t I i" Ilht under tcicltl ancs niovel in till - extreru'. 'I he central liurr, \ois acvrs that his c lnol t s l i+ (I. F. .ha-kletoIrd, had tttl ped ,i the Ill .,hhln at in the case early n tht e iI niun g. \\hSett lie had l illn ied she h.l take n th an l. of th Bo dly)kilkr. ho, tuhd M i.ge i runt SItreet, le tt. , ll, it I nto the tl re tii e, clou 'l purs- ed I, II,,.vn. Th.' fit ,, cr,-,t the fre..lh. at the rate noe)f" r ta l t' ;. t hulir. fil t ih i tol Ioft tilel dalatan Nt ,,pi d ..u n .it heel l hit r h hiit pp.etn d t .- 1iI tir tlhr t ',- ". -itr( i i :tll sta ltel ,alter h.. i,,tn, rt h . had tllulled a go)d (lit , t ,tf l t t u te Id tR' tiv. gM ot Nro',ti Ncugh ir the titeri to anel the hot hrleh tof lB, on.d f mtile the ihek of h1, fit t k. TI Stu . o i.t a III. l n tt i. t t rtW.t.in silt snrtl titllr i.h I i,i ,l. ltt l'.n til. tiltn p fti, ls softrlld li l l t,itrr i h;,l Itir i kll.ns ,.nl 5of mis y o, tr he t wasa cinw1li the of e-n t l lr ti il .,,ll, I , 1ir.y t1,, th e I1,..1t l Tho",la it all o .a - SEES HUSBAND'S FEATURES IN MURDERERS' VICTIM Connectiacut Woman Claims to Recog nize Body Found Mangled in a Barrel in New York. N'y L..' t IAI. I D I'RFaS. Taftville, Conn.. April .,, .Mrs. George Rforri.-ettc ,'dular,, ,he r'cgnizcs .n a neppr the rtrt f te prait ills victim of the tiw oirk hearlIl iurder lmystery the fiat urc, of her hu..bhanI, who, had been Imlis ing hince March Ili. Ilh hisrning. iccmllp:.anied by Geoorge iri,.wttc. her rh r. the started for New York, at the: requet of inspector McCilus key. Neither oMr s. 1orihette nor any friend or relatie,, can give the Iplicr the slightest clew to the pIrpjitratrs of the murder. They ollly ktno M1ri.pstte was acn im his home saying hews o in the wagln re asnd that in additio to blongitg to tfanatie order of Foresters he was a member of a se cret society, tie ipurpses and objects of which fe never revealed to them. CIVILIZATION MENACED BY GROWING USE OF LIQUOR Startling Statements Are Made by D. D. Thompson in an Addressia on Na-church of tional Economics in Chicago. S. u.1 8 , IAIi.D PRES!! C'hicagon April, th'nkin the danger in the huge national litluor hills reaches beyond muiery and muoral degradation. Civiliza t wotself is enacefit her hy the growing econollotic waste." With thi rm tatement D. D. Thompson, editor of the Northwestern Christian Ad vocate, opened a lecture last night on "lseconomic Aspects of the Liquor Prob The First Methodist Episcopal church, n which he spoke, was well ftiled. MHe said this view of the danger was not the idea of a prohibitionist fanatic, but a scientific investigation. IS COVERED WITH FLOWERS Many Friends Pay Last Tribute to Mrs. Edith Bell Davis. The funeral of Mrs. Edith Bell Davis was held yesterday afternoon from Duggan's undertaking parlors, Rev. Mr. Williams of the Unitarian church of Mrs. Davis came here a few months ergo ront the East, thinking the higher ltin tude would benefit her health, but owing to the arm hold consumption had on her *ke continued to fall until death claimed e ThursdaLiy. She was well-known throughout Mon. d having made hbe home here since a he floral tributes were many and beau. U, Mrs. Davis leaves to mourn her a lather, Wlliam Wbster, in Sbresides Ior w doh BABY-FILLE TRAINS FEATURE OF TRAVEL George Wesley Davis Sees a Peouliar Sight While Re turning From East. IHOMESEEKERS BRINGING MANY SMALL CHILDREN One Hundred and Twenty-seven Are Counted on a Single Trip- Fathers and Mothers Bringing Their Olive Branches Out West to Grow Up With the Country-Headed for the Coast. "1,avel fromi the Ia t to the W\\' t is parti.'larly heaivy this year." said I,rorge e ' ley Ilavi.s who rrrrecetly retuirnedl from anl rxteimled toulr throiugh the I.at thii mortling. It is really remarkalble tfie nmmtrr of children tilhat are seen on cirry trainj bound for the coast. When olie erts off to take a strnll on the platfllrm every win dow in the train is full of littleh faces. 'Thi first-class coaches are not troubled muc'h. hlut the touIrist s.lepers and day coachlt- are simply alive wilh infants. "I noticed thetre were a ureat Iimanly on the train, and as aty curiosity casn aroused. r..ory W. Pu" a ,ls. I anked the entdluctor. whten he wenlt tllroit'uh the tr;iin, to outnt tIhe I1imltrer of children tnder ten year. if age. "WhVl lie relurned to the sleeper he re prorted he tad rictttitrd l I2t intatts tiunder the ,nle vtiuliated, :11 .l aid he hadl no dhuht hell ,ta overlh,ooked Several who light hle a lri, inll ; lnlch iatiket r iri, m e other Iruliiuti t, tpltv re a . It :I thte ,h . ekher fraveli, - tl * 1,1 liht p| rp wsr. i I'a t it r , l tio, r tI1" i it t(1 t .rly t ' 1111111-: tl 'ti |%ll hn Danger of Colde and Grip. th Ther treato t dater from cnls and gripthat is their r pryltiny in pit knier. If rea -o'alle rare is cisid, however, anti Cham. brlain's Cnlouh . lotit n tkten, alt diti er will tie avoided. Amor g tile tell of thou. wsads wthoe hlave utse this rtup edy for these diseases wc h;ve yet to learn of a iingle is their res lting in pneumonia, wIf rhieah shors oncluivly thasedt it is a certain pre veitaivn of tughat dageros ditaken,. t will cuill e a cold or an attack o the grip in leof thou. time than any other treatment. It is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by Paxson & Rockefeller, Newbro Drug Co., Christie & Leys, Newton Bros. FARMERS WILL MEET MANY INSTITUTES ARE TO BE HELD IN COUNTIES OF MONTANA. Secretary S. Forlier of the admtinistrative loard of tht,' amrtiere ' intt lttr.' , ofi Monlnata, whid'h ,l'e ntl)y noet ,1 tH-llhna. ,ritel, to thil papter ithat i +.erie oii tarmer.' i11, itstt s wil Io" r i6c" by the organi,.tions named ,u North ern t.olaii i t d rig Ithe latter Iart of .\tril and tilt- LI r ' I t M i}. Tth director, . ofthe Mountana iarmter,' in Ittliu e comprise the f.,-IIn pIromitnent mtn of the tiate: J. K. T'oole. g-,vernttor of ,1n tana; Ti. C. fOwer. pree.lent \. tgrow er.' a,.ociation; 1. T'. Ilron, a. president Stockgrow. c'r' a-a oateia o : \. 1.. Stune. pre'ident State Itorticultural tohiety; S. Ftrtier, director .Montana Ecperintett station. Institlute,' will hIe heli at the following places nt the dtate, nIamel: Clhoutat, ai. Teton .ounty-\fternoun and evening of Monday, April 7, ni,J. ('atIH- Ia t unty' Evening stesun T'uesday, .\pril .,M4, ,qul. Chinio. 'tottt, etau Cnty - .fternoon ands evening. \\edne,.. lay. \ptril -), t)J3. Tliuriday, . pril ut, I. l3., Malta, Valley C.ouity -.Afternoon, Saturday, ilay ., 1..03. ('ulhet't.on. Valley ('otunty -Afternoon and evcning., .110nd.uy, ,lay 4, I9J3. STRICKEN IN THE PULPIT Noted Presbyterian Clergyman Expires Soon After Being Taken Home. Sr ASSOCIATED PRESS, Philadelphia, April ao.-Rev. Dr. Fran cis A. Horton, well known in the Presby terian church and pastor of Temple Pres. tyterian church, this city, was stricken with apoplexy while preaching last night from the pulpit. Dr. Hlorton was delivering a sermon to young men and had been speaking ten minutes when his words became incoher. ent and he tottered. Several worshipers went to his assist ance and he was removed to his home, where hlie died without regaining con.t sciousness. WRECKED BY A RUNAWAY CAR Many Disasters Followed the Failure of a Brake to Work. BY ASSOCIATED PREgs, Pittsburg April ao.--(Because an electric brake refused to work a crowded electric car ran away in Allegheny, wrecked a car raige broke through the safety gates of the Port Wayne railroad, derailed a fast moving train and then went to pieces, Al. most all of the 44 passengers eaoard the car were 'Curt, though only one fatallf. i ud.wel ser The mightiest competitor of Imported Champagnes The Proof: Sales of Budweiser during year 1902 83,790,300 Bottles Averaging 25c per bottle - - $20,947,575 Importations of all champagnes for I902, according to United States Custom House records, 360,708 cases, equal to z 2 bot ties each, 4,328,496 bottles. If sold at $4 per bottle - - 17,313,984 Budweiser's Lead $3,633,591 Further: The sale of Budweiser exceeds that of all other bottled beers combined and it is therefore justly entitled 4 . to the term "King of Bottled Beers" The National Beverage GETS A YEAR IN PEN ANDERSON WILL GO UP FOR MUR-., DER OF MARKHAM - HAD GREAT PROVOCATION. Fort. I.enlton, April 2o.-One year in the penitentiary is the sentence unposed on I)aviIl Andlerson, found guilty Satur day of thel murder of Walter Markham, in .Atlerson'i li cin February to. The evidence in the case was of an ex tetnatingl character, sho~ing that Mark h:at was intoxicatedl at the time of his dheath, thIt lihe had bIeenl known to make tlhreats concerning the entire Anderson fam ily, aldI that he was highly ohbnoxious, if not, danlgerous, when he came to the An derson hIome, near the wood camp in the Hear 1aws. ()f inurder A.\derson is undioubtedly' guilty, nor was the theory of self-dcfenlse establi.shed clearly. Justihable homicide it seemed to the jury and the sentence was light acctrdml.ly. NEW BOARD TAKES OFFICE (hairmlan Ilenry Mueller and Trustees I). J. (;ialrd anmi George 1,. Moulthrop re tired f(mr the old board of school trustees Saturday night, and the new hoard was or ganized, with FI. A. Ford. IH. A. (;allwey alnd I'. J. IHrophy as the new memnhers. The ollicers elected for the ensuing year are W. Mc. White, chairman: C. II. lane, vice chairman: 'Thomas Richards, clerk, and Miss Nellie \Mannin, assistant clerk. Before dissolution the old board held a busilness meeting and transacted minor business, W\hen that was concluded the new board met and elected its officers. Mlany compliments were showered on the retiring trustees and on the re-elected clerical force, every umenmber of which has a magnificent record. It is said a more efficient, faithful and honorable body of school district officers, from president of the board to assistant clerk, never existed, and the breaking up of the board was regarded with genuine and hearfelt regret by every member of the body. Ibohe achievements of the old board will go down in Butte school history as form. ing a record hard to reach by public bodies of the kind, and the exceptional schools of the district will stand as a last ing memorial of the admirable labors of the board and its clerical officers. The high esteem in which the retiring members of the board were held by their colleagues was commemorated by resolu tions expressing the same, which were adopted by the latter and read at the meet Ing. nThe resolution expressed in glowing terms the high regard in which Trustees Mueller, Giard and Moulthrop were held by their associates. LABOR WILL ATTACK PARRY BY ASSOCIATgD PRaSs. Chicago, April so.-The Chicago Fed eration of Labor has adopted a resolution recommending that the American Federa tion of Labor invade the state of Indiana with roo organizers and with $moo,ooo to "build a bulwark of rebuke around D. sf. Parry, president of the National Manufac turers' association." The recent address of President Parry before the National Man ufacturers' convention in New Orleans in spired the resolution, BOILER STILL WORKS DAMAGE BY THE FIRE AT FARRELL MINE SHAFT NO. 2 NOT SO GREAT AS REPORTED. \\ork in the debris of the fire at shaft N-. - of the Farrell mine has developed the fact that the boiler was uninjured, thoao.h the compressor was ruined. The boiler is working today and water is being pumped out of the mine rapidly. New machinery to replace that de trnyed in the fire will be installed at onL, aw11 the burned buildings will be re 4mInult. CONFESSION BY MURDERER SOLVES A DARK MYSTERY Man Who Killed J. W. Church and His Wife Breaks Down and Tells the Authorities All About It. BY ASSO(IATED PRESS. SNew Castle, Wyo., April Jo.-The mys tery surrounding the disappearance sev eril weeks ago of J. W. Church and his wile., formerly of Omaha. Neb., but more recently engaged in ranching near here, ha, heen cleared up by the confession of "Slimn" Clifton, who has been under arrest on suspicion of having murdered the couplle. Clifton admits he killed them and told th,. authorities where the bodies were bturiel by him. \\ hen confronted with evidence recently uni:;rthed by L.ew Jenney of Gillette. Clif tol broke down and confessed I;is crimlte. REGAINS HEALTH BY FASTING Salt Lake Man Effects Cure of Dropsy in Odd Manner. S sY ASSOCIATED PrESS. Sa:lt Lake, April ao.-Arthur Van lete-r, a merchant of this city, yesterday broke a self-imposed fast begun more than 3 dlays ago for the cure of dropsy. During this time hle lived entirely on water. He suffered no distress after the first three days and appeared to grow strong and healthy. The dropsical condi tionM have entirely disapoeared. S\When 'he began the remarkable fast he weighed 23o pounds, but this weight has been reduced to la. pounds. lie says he never felt so well in his life. GREEKS ARE SHOT IN RIOT Chicago Policeman and a Friend Make Use of Revolvers, BY ASSOCIATED PRESS, ('lllcago, April ao.-Because one of their nu.ttier had been arrested for creating a disturbance, a crowd of Greeks who were celebrating their Easter here created a riot, and before the lmob could be dispersed three of them Imad been shot by Policeman Cohen and Henry Oppenheimer, a by stander, who came to the assistance of Colhen. Heir Is 'Expected. DY ASSOCIATED lIaSS. 1The I-ague, April so.--Queen Wilhel. SI ina is expecting an heir to the tltrog. LOW RATE IS MADE CHANCE FOR ALL TO ATTEND THE EXERCISES AT GARDINER ON APRIL 24. (eneral Agent Merrimant of the North ern lPacitic office, this city, announces that excursion tickets will iec sold from Butte and all Montana points to Gardiner to cover April 24, when the corner stone of the arch at the entrance to the National 'Park will be laid. The excursion fare for the round trip from Butte to (;ardin.er and return will he $5.¢. which is just half the regular fare. I he fare from other points to (;ardincer will be proportionately low. P'resident Roosevelt will he Ipresent at the ceremonlies when the corner stone is laid, and if there are enough excursion ists from Butte a special train will le run here. If there are not enoutgh the excursionists will lie takea to I.ivingstot on regular trains, and front there to ;ardiner ont a special. AUSTRIA AND RUSSIA THREATEN THE SULTAN Ruler of the Turks Promises He Will Do All in His Power to Put a Check on the Albanian Disorders. HY ASSOCIATED PRPBL. 'onllstantinople. April 2o.-Tlhe Italian, Russian and Austrian ambhassadors to Tur key have 'had audiences with the sultan in which they urged the imperative necessity of checking the Albanian disorders. Much conttnent has been raised by the significant fact that tle Austrian and Rus siaa ambassadors saw the sultan jointly, as this is almost unprecented. It is relmrted that the representatives of both these countries took a serious tone in speaking with the sultan and that that ruler promised acquiescence with their de illands. Combine Plan Fails. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS, Portland, Ore., April 2o.-Promoters of the' plan to consolidate the more important Pacific coast flouring mills, forming one of the largest coast Industrial corporations, have abandoned the project for the pres ent. Big Meat Plant Burns. BY ASSOCIATED Pa.aESS, Tacoma, April so.--The immense pack ing house of the Pacific Meat company, on the tide flats, was destroyed by Are yesterday. The loss will probably aggre gate fully $aoo,ooo. Forestry Expert Dies. SY ASSOCIATED 1PRSS, Portland, Ore., April so.--A. J. John. son of Astoria, a well-known forestry ex pert, is dead of pneumonia. He was 47 years old. Senator Is Indlited. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS, Jefferson City Mo., April ao.-Senator Buell Mathews of this county is among those for whom Indictments have bee re. AMUSEMENTS SUTTON'S BROADWAY THEATER Dick P. Sutton, Manager. 'Phone as. Two Nights Sunday and Monday, April t9 and 3o. Cllas. A. (Karl) Gardner The Favorite German Comedian and Sweet Singer, in I.incoln J. Carter's New Scenic Senuation. The Darkest Hour A new play on novel lines. A perfect production, magnificently staged. SIEp. TillE IISAPPEARING; T'RAIN. A new and novel effect surpassing all former ef. forts. TIfE ACME OF STAGE REAI" IS.!. Prices, a5c to $1. Overland Minstrels Third Season 3 NIGHTS AND MATINEE 3 eommeaslng TUESDAY, APRIL 21 Matinee Thursday. Seats now on sale. Coming ROSB COGHLAN April 24.25. G RAND OPERA HOUSE Arthur A. Marks, Mgr. Tel. 356. Three nights, commencing Sunday, April is; Sunday matinee. Ollie Mack presents those Famously Funny Fellows, Gallagher and Barrett In that Evergreen Success, Finnigan's Ball "All Smiles and Sunshine." Big cast and chorus of pretty girls. All new smusie and specialties. Prices, asc, joe, 7S0; matinee, asc and soc. TO TIIE STOCKHOLDERS OF TIIE BO. TON E MONTANA CONSOLIDATDO CO E'I'R & SILVER MINING CO iPANY-NOTICE. Notice is hereby given tln: tile annual meat. ing of the stockhold re of the Boston Mioe. tans Consolidaed topper & Silver Mining Company of Montana, will be held at Butte, J4ontian, on Thursadr April 3o, 10e1. at u o elock noon, at th ae ce of the som aty. The business to be trasantcl at this meet. in will be the election of directors and such other business as may le ly com before it The transfer boota of the company will be eloed from Aprn 14, p.5o, to Apl so, 9e10 bolu days inclusive. F. P. ADDICKS, gecretary. Butte, Montana, Aprli 4, Se03. turned by the Colorado county grand jury, and he is here arranging for bond.