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IA *THE DIAILY MISSOULIATTA N yournloEN iz kII. ' ii. J--I" l 1ICE FIVE CENTalo . VOL. xx\'ir. N . $ :sT. sS 'l.\, 'IN ., '.iINNA T I)AU1Y MO11N INO, 1.'I.IIIITAUA Y 1. 1I I'AIICE 1IVE CENT$ KNOX AND HILL JOIN HANDS TO TALK SECRETARY OF STATE AND RAIL ROAD KING SPEAK IN CHI CAGO ON RECIPROCITY. HEARD BY A THOUSAND Cabinet Officer Relates History of Trade Agreements Prior to the One Now Contemplated-BSys the Farmer Will benefit as the Country Is Bene fited-Inspired by Great Policy. Chh'ilc g , 1'",b, 1. --h'r ntary itl' Plult, Knox Iand Jl elnlIn J. 111 11 lined hlnlll8 llre tonlig ht in urgI ig I ll(' la opt llby theti nlitel StNltns if the ireIl't ity it i h uillultli iI g leii by L the ('llnigi l s 'l'c1liall tn lof t'lili tr l, i whilii h 1,'t)il ierillniiritl I ii lll i lll i ii Il itirgi t liz " hutl lliq Ilh t ile t ir i hby lpllt ttirl it' 1.it - Itliuthu liii ori tllhl iil itiltli tt ellht'iii u timl rtiuts it iertti II teeg teuntl el itIi . Hecretary Kt i xl r(hinthd the l IltlltoIy of trade ar.ileelnts belitwteeni theil countries firon tL hi year 1845. Thoullgh lh IIt popll, f lth Ie, ni1tll l tially honitugenit to inilt attl with or ittnp xu Sr i ti n riii l reiluiitluithu thel bntefits i the Eripll sehll cinttr ctild reelirlusIty with ('itlllti "itighti inot to I it lbsct rl y ill(, I'ar of ire liitlons lito eiriliil itnd einnittvailily tangeryus lit titt geat I'hannliin lay allIy to Enguilutl," i the t pil in obf th ieretary u if stilatet bMrt . K.tox Il t clt aci t tllll while tligrilI - trons pgoetnen usti ctingt intly ant its freely btwi(ltu (' n Iida and the Ulilted stItei itI ius bten tll tiy litwo ltates of tith Ins counlltl, tiild whl I thl twdt people have bdeilrln eltdinrg trgltthtl`n fIn tiol centuriles, "there is nr t the sligh Ist plrobblity that this ruIlil andtil tortl union hwil Iin ivolve my plllltlunl change or innexaliin or n 1nlrptiln." b It lal elthnoti n ieltil fct thiiat polit toal uLnits of the Uutnfgllich-StO etlI g tlople never ltose thtih' atotny," id SeclarWld Knox. "ikon hs,rt. they gl t ite'f their wt rlnli., who Nt t Utip tfll n I'(' est ltlllituenhiently. but they li rt Iot ltake ti litital ci lb In tions ailllng tlhemlsielves, "tinelll the rttivluti ll there has belen Itlo1n tlt un i tittu lh( lid pu c ati nd uit nilty bletwetnll the th w l eountris, t iinl Iiw iver gove rlmenltlll ichanges nill)y hitvo llbeen bruited n the past, it Is probalbly Itt imore tl r thoday tititan ever bl'l re that the weunlllht of seltlinentl A nil opinionlltl both In ('a unitlllttd tle Unilllted States, while desiring closer rehitions In atll other rIespelts, Is c(rystalized in I t le lief that theptllresen t tplitacal e urlt tionbun desirable ind will lead to the best (levellpment of (1h 1 nation h Indu to better atnd mox tre Isatsfactory relal tuoitn between thelm. Would Act in Concert. "In the higher aii.nsplll'l and brouder uspects of the iltuntihn it Is 'rtulld llU t nu tt i where sihould be anpr y great world llvnlll t Ivolving e this tinL lent, lCanada llllld the United Stites wouldt, t tit matter of oturse, ntt In the IstI t perfe t concellll rt t its d felse iof the mlnll ln rights of aI calnl mIln blood auni ,Ivilizati.n," l)elllurllig, hiwevel', thallt lthe rIIl hprclty prppolsiti wrt as "teonolnle, notf polhticul," Mir. Knox ilmertl: "as Th Il'nitedl tutns Illgcol nizts witunuh tinll faction that the Uinlniis of Canada Is it permanent North Amnuiretn politl cu(l unit, tlld that heri' auto 'il y Heeurnt. 'Thet UnIt-d (Slteis )Tppr lt tihet dt here to the extures wholfres ofhat thee nntin et ithat Canadaty con tributes her owa n sht. The onlre tilt strength of ('rout Britain." had beeny Knxrlly nursed his srgv nent, allaying fund s of ('iited n Can nextltlon with an ountln" if the trade relo tonlht between the hour camei thnd ere was no the work ofng. the present wad lstrat oeer, acord then remaporktsed tht "for hotel thlobbes at arcentury the Mitttisniin olif Canada, of G'aI't 1that a conerencf the woulnted titbei havel ay repeated fft, tes anntified un reme - firntd n that Iit not frearndedne I (Conously. utinued It ges hope to Three.) LIVING IN HOPES OF DEMOCRATIC oand aIt hul where thare Ivnps theIn hope ce rday night. . The conf.trence. H. E!. (C. B'RYANT. * CHAMP'S TALK IS DEPLORED BY TAFT PRESIDENT ASTONISHED THAT CLARK SHOULD DISCUSS AN NEXATION FEATURE. NO UNION CONTEMPIATED Nation'es Executive Says the Negotia tors of the Reciprocity Agreement Had No Thought in Mind as Re garde Some Time Add;ng Canada to the United States. \\tixlshinglton. I'eb, Ii. 1 *-'I'hit' is'minl J Tillr rti marks wi hhll hc h llhu (t'l , i r . Ithe hemticrltll e xlo ukleIr- t- lr, m de l i the houseI yl 'te'lrdl y nl tlhi dbhate oi thei ('tnld IIn rltll rlity gllrlellI lnent, that he heliltvet, ilt,i strs tutu stripes \iuld ol i al y flit Oiver thie entiire western'li hrttnisl there'. stirred tip Innst iunixpestssld triuble iniliy. Preiadient Taft tloik leensins to wrll'to to Rewpr ' sei. ittl've M 'et'nll, Introduce'r of thlie' i.r' lli'ocl ty hill, ils'lltm ng wslld d ,lre eating the litnll extitlion talk, and toi lfil how it till ",tllh |l'rsoInt talk even more emphitli top ils visitlrs. 'lThe nest, that Mr. (lurk's ullullixns hud et'etld exciteme'nt in I.'an"l and iII l':lgli nlll eslu n i'ti tl grviat lsirll rlsie land sl t nsldlr, ll;tule t 1i111'iin innt lat the eapitil. The man moist nnurplrised if IIl Iats Mir, ('iInr'k hil sellf. iMrt'. ('lark's enltire speec' h I tiii letd pr.uity yaotel'ldav w ts dittu'verd In half hlttunrous, hlix f-lli'-tunting vein. IThi' iilusll. was it lit git' if laughtelr Inmlst of theil timel. Ini returnll for tile Iugllh hlie was eri'nting Lt their explense, sonme of thi rlepubliitnst tried to turn the tablelt on Mr. ('tirk ly chidlng him with tlii foRt that hle might halv Prle ident Trflt s tin oippnlnt l fir the desilin ocrle'' nomination, for presillent. Humorous Exchange. This hlnirius extl h i'Xtugellt re'flected t4w1 Np.lit f the dlebate' during the time' Mr. ('link was in his feet itnI d nIll Oil gaVe sl'' itl. cosislde'ratllion to his re' miatrks, rte 'liir'ing thel lssible tins xall 'x - tliont il' ('iilanadi. l'heyt rgai'ri'ded hisl stiltlenlllts' ln the natul ir ' iit ticotlstl ntlnt to the I niaitiun piplli, In that hi wouill let gl l ti t hi ftI rh' lindshil p thalt cxlts It Ipresent bet'woen the (' - natdliinil indl the llip pl of tllt 'United States o rlipn in tihe future that all iglht slilnl' l ay iibe undeiir Oin flag. Therel was aL fu'rthsr touch of f'uI's' tiloluse to the d'baliit wihen One Ofi tlhe replbltiiinsi arined Mi. rltik if hi woiuld like to) be the first prtesllenit of tlhe miaglniftl'nl t union hllle wals creatin(, and he replledl, ainl ia llurst of laughter, thait hr csi'rtiainly w'iuldl. 'The excitttsment abrad iilw asi attrib uted it the Ill 'l piltol tioday li part toi tihe fait thait se.'veral Fliglisth lund ('-. nadln newspapei r correspondents 'wire in the pll'es.1 l gillr,'ry fl.llowing thl i de ILilte whten Mrl. ('nlrk spoke. II1s re malit'ks iiy helre appealedll to tlihem a the twist important feature ofl tithe story isud hist i' 5ibled i(cordlingly. In "iskel etllnilnig" hils rin 'ki i foIr ,leh plur llposes, tlIhe smit-ihutiorous charnlleter of 'rltnads ofi the l eelpr'olt' ltl' anuxires wnl' hniln'sl to tiake the vrimy that oplponents of the agre'.ent hall ltai plIy seized plin whalt wlis regilrdld herts Its n li ntirtIely perit ts nao l int' ' '" is ttils statement to make. i capital tiguli..t t'I i'uit iofllthln of the iagrs henlit. A tiolelthrtl,, n idmilar to that lmade, by Mr. ('l kilt w on ititulltne Iln tshe' peiitng ispeet's ltast Mo~lilty I favor of the rl ripst ly ll in t hi ts the silsae ili i tlvetre by i e" . in r ntativ' 1111 ilof ('in neisctl's t, i I helbr olf tl( he witI and mnoos committee and a member of the iltmilinst 'tion plartny. This speecht w delsy repirteld in the Amerlssn pa pers, al.sedl not i rtipple so) far Is Its annexation sentime nts wnte concernel. Ms,. Hill also quslted frolm a speech ltlsse a ft's' y'eirs ago by tSpeake'r (Can nonl, in which he nit onllyI took (tnaldi Ilt nelir hto he Arietin flag uilt pirio iosed to make the entire western hinm Ispherei into one counltry.', I)s ioritle atdirl la s lpartlihlrly were letsasdi tot1nt oei'r the paxsstge of till Mes''sill bill. Itlr'ptrenstntittiv'e I..nder wsoitl oif Atlhitama, ,nhtorlty lender, ('hlirk's chief lsieuthtnat, said the notion of thi litulsas for'eshadoltiwesI a til inoterltle vicitory in the natitonil ele htisn in 1912. He s.aitl the rvpublie.ina, iy their votel, shliowiled thit they' weore asx badily spit up as the elmiocri'lts were in thil last session of congr's..ss during the I'hairisniii l)si ll ol. tiftt rulit msmisanlt tee und other leatl'arh or tfit' repliulslcan party in Iht hoitusa wairs' amltsi"ng those who stlod out agalntst tIe atdlnlnittru. tion lsrstgrant. and tht; sdemouttsrattc lead? ors figured that thil slilt in the ranki siugttmn'nted well for ,hsmratrl auc'esa. Rankling the Liberals. Toronto, Ont., Feb. I 5.s-Champ l'tark's remnarka In the house of represents tives at Washtngtsin last night, when discuaxlng reciprocity, have cauaed cot mment on the prospect of annexatIon to the United States as the last thing the (.ianadlars want, and the congress. man's declaratIon that this was to be the ultimate result of reciprocity Is ranking In tha hearts of l0berals, who 'heretofore have been atronig supporters . of recIprocIty. RANK JEALOUSY l--- . . j:. , , i g. /". I"I 4- - - o/ - ' ;~- , *, A. k 'LIU MONTANA'S SOLONS CUT MONKEY SHINES Mutual Recriminations and Insinuations Mark Joint Session When Various Legislators Arise to Explain Their Votes. .ltal oninkeiy flii,,\ todatL,, with ,Serlvtor' 'rod Whltsld i's tilti rth igingaster. NI mlore ridll ulous perfor'ali anc i ever tookl pllllac'e under the tenlts of ilrlllllnm & 11alley's circus. The ainlll democratic clown from Flathead started the ball aind otllher joine*d in, iitne In jest ande.i were made by smli lug speakers. Ip- I resentative i rubh, ihom M11r. 'White tlde dubh d tlil l, \'lan \lvti lli, llclared that thlle lthead l nallltorl , wt l noatenll ator George was In the thick of the frolic, altllhougllh ias 1erius in i. one eyed maule, aipprol'lhlnhg Ia lilr kini bridge, and Repllrestentative ]Liw lIntimated that Mr. (ollrg' was it c.ndlliit, but was too Iltloldest to admllt It. M:I,. W'litesilde twistld the Itlllltlil tails of enautort D)onllan, Metytvter l and Evrett andl Repro sentaitlive (rlulih, andil g .t splirltled rises alltl coinlbacks out of M.s.lrs, Miyer and Grubb. IRepliresentitlive (tiern, bi coing throuighly di gliustetl with thet ontlir shtow, decllaredl that, alt t li.iis, hii lwas l hatmed tihait lie lihllol eld t. tI;)l dl-eniocritle lalrty, but he thnkii l.di that hle Was not t republican. The legisit tlt s played iito i1 llil l til 'liouse this afternoolililn. ].veiry siat In the gailerlies was W lak-l , ,,, 11 . 1stand Ing rltloom oin the flioor ioi' tie houseillli oc cupied. Outsidel the sUll wils shining, thle day ftair si tile air haithly and glor)ious, ve\'.ryl fly thailt (')could do so PRESIDENT APPEALS FOR SUFFERERS IN CHINA PEOPLE OF AMERICA ARE URGED TO DONATE MONEY OR SUP PLIES AT ONCE. W1ua.shigtoa, IFeb. 15 --I'residetlnt Tart issued the t4ollwilng proclamation to day callillg fr funds to aid the famine sufferers ;II Chlina: "As president of the Ameriian IeaO Cross I appeall to the peopleI of thils country to aid the unflortunate multi tudes who are dying of starvation be cause of famine in China, either by way of money contributions, which should he sent to the local Red Cross treasurer, or to the Red Cross, Wash iagton, D. '., or by assisting in raising a cargo of flour and other suitable sup plies to be sent to these people. "Congress has granted the use of an army transport to the Red eross for this purpose. The Seattle Commercial club of Seattle is co-operating with the Red Cross and will act as receiving ana forwarding agent for all supplies. I trust that our people will respond gen erously and that the transportation lines will aid in the delivery at Seattle. "WILLIAM H. TAFT." \Vis out enjoylnig thIe sHriigIllko weather. IHundrdl' s of women took ad vantage of ti , .sunshine to go to the cuapitl, hlenlce tlhe great crowd. In some Way, an Interestilng rulmor to the effect that ta tenllatir waonld )lth elected was In circulation In the city, and nine out of ten \)women IM.lictevtd i, its they duo most political sto ',es. 'Therefre, the ftemale co)ntingell t theI gall'leris iwas ex N imal el ntitlled to a seat onil the floor expected antily i.etioln. Very few of theli Ihope or sunlit a thing tlls ses T'ie ennitots napproachedi the brill of tilt. house, as thlly hai dotne for 0O-odtd daiys, anld wi'e 're'lv. Th'le secretary and the clerk ctalled tilhe rolls. Every Ian il Inwetred to hsla na11me11. One hlun dred and onie lawmLIakers had alssembled under one. roof. lthe senators voted its they \.Lvoted the)" lbefore. The last nam ti n the lii st-WhVilte.ide-was citlledl. Lean and Hungry cassius, "Mr. PI'id'intii'I ." suld the l-an and hliungry ('ahiluc lf the lde CllCatTcl( (tamp. "lim.ny membell roti this assetimbly havil ixllaii ti t' II s r.l'iiiu sliles of tils tiln test. We hiutv' ast 31 baillots witlutit getting Illy I oiiti'r antill electionll. We have tried to lird the demtlnlrats In one coiirral. WiVI h:ive not succeeded. The republctiltin t Vet tndeiavored to corralti the ('arttr a iliiauls, uilt in vuln. We I heatlit agreat deal about herding tile animals in the lat c(ttlliltlgn." MRS. DIXON ENDOWS LAW DEPARTMENT AT VARSITY Washingoon, I'eb. 15. --(Spel ual.) -Mrs. \W. \W. Dixon, idlow of tlhe late Judgite Dixon of BJutte, today IaI.dile klwt t1" Senator Dixon, that In wVent of the establishllelt of It law deIpartillt't at the state unil versity at thlb ri-'sNlon of the legis lature, sl HI;IIIi s li r(ead(ly to dlonate imlnnedlately tI., I(hi state univrsity I the suut of $ 5,000 for the equlp Imeltt io' a la Ilbrary int honor of the i mtt ory ,'I her late ltustand. do no morIe fiting *thing for pier petulathlK hin - memoiIry thaIt by thlli en d-uing the law dlepartltiet of Montall a utl sl'. ity, oh'f \h lilth ttate her huhbanldll \\ias for so manaly yeiargs the leader ,f the legal profession. Mrs. )ix,mI, at few weeks ago, gavt to the unliverslty for its pro posed law depiartnlent, the enltire law library l' her late Ihuiband. r - - ----- VISITS EMMANUEL. Rome, Feb. 15.-King Peter of Servia, I accompanied by the Servlan forelgtn minister, iM. Milouyanovich, and a nu I merous suite, arrived here today to be I guests of King Vlotor 1rmmanuel. Ru.. more have been current of a eonspira. i cy to assassnate both soveregns and every precalton to nIsure the rsafety was taken. ".Mr. Prcaldent," said Mr. O'Horn, "I wish to protest ilagainst the gentlemanl culling memblers of the assembly aln Inuls." "1 beg the illrdon of the member fronl Mlsso ula," sald Mr. Whiteside, "anyone could tell from looking at him that he la hot an i .imal." The houxse Iughed at the explense of Mr. (YHern. "It waitx aid, ahb t election thto," declared Mr. Whitesidei, "that Senator Carter never would get all the rNpub Ileans in line. 'lThere were Everett of I'houtleau. M.'yer o'f I'arbon and Otrubb of Ihtithiid. all mighty Insurgeints, speaking and workling against Carter, but nIow, bless my soul, they are eating out of thL hand of Whimsperlng Ed, the wlizardl of Missoula. "It required astlutenesll's to bring thlis about. IIIp Van Winkle 'llubb was dllpedi wihilie shleep. Whlispering aEd gavie iii guit shoeus to Dr. Iighton ntild enit hlla to inject a poltion of re publeaItni dilp iluto the l'althead sleepier. That is the way he was captllured. To get l-'Ienatolir Everett, the MissIoula li'oder hliad started mu, moveme'nt to e$t tablish a lnew\ counlty, which would have lifted IEverett ot ou of his home. To ,bring thi. Chouteau mIIn around, he killed the 1ill,. But the real prizue, the greatest living freak, Is the Agninaldo of ('ar I hon. He is longhlhiilred and wild, land was given to insulrgllng In and out of seasou. But Whispurling lK d tamed him (o rintnllud on Plage Six.) BILLINGS C H AM B E R WILL VISIT HELENA BUSINESS MEN OF YELLOW STONE COUNTY WILL PUSH REAPPORTIONMENT BILL. J1illings,'. "'b. 1. - (i ptpilul.) -AL a ItletinK of the chllllller of collllelrcl, hero It wai dlehlded that ai large delc gallon of ti l rlllltts and oftt cit(izens.t it geuleral should \vis.it Hlelent next ThurJtday iLn behalf of the utplrtiln nient bill. A meeting to thlis effectl previiled after word was rteceivdtl frot the ('apital city that the bill 1i Ilkely to mellet Its death i1 tIlh houcse I uIlliess frIends troh all paits of the: I tate rally Ito its upport and Urge Iupon the ullinbuflers tllhu iitccSlty of its passage. So far as can be ascertauined till cltl zrl. of Yelluowutone cotunty, regard less of party afflliations, are strongly In favor of reaplportionllltlent, anlld are alnxlous that the bill be unacted. Let ters are being sent out to the various chambers of commlnerco and commercial clubs of eastern Montana asking that they join the local organization in the proposed conference at elena . GEORGE GOULD TO RESIGN HIS JOB PRESIDENCY OF MISSOURI PA. CIFIC TO BE RELINQUISHED AFTER 18 YEARS. OTHER INTERESTS PRESS Owing to Activity of Rockefeller and Kuhn-Loeb Corporations New Head of Several Railway Lines Will Be Selected-Changes Involve Denver d Rio Orande Systems. N ,.e Y',orl, l'4:,. 1, I'r',.ess I, y til.1 Itch1 .l'ellller mi d K4 llh ln-.o. h I lnterests, leorgle J. (o l4 Is short'ly to relli 'qulih tli(. pres14e4.4 'y of the .M1isso1 uri Iti'cll'l' RIll way lcompany, 4I 1ol4s41 tio4 in w1hh1h hi1 l'ather, Jay Gould, plac4ed hint1 11, ye'ars ago., le will . sue cr4,eded bly Ia rillero'ad 4lan4l, inot yet publkl1h'y IIni.ed, who, tol (,ult 44 onle 4lof the new interestsill .,"wi ll 4t, drink iund sIeep on the1 Jlobl." Mr. l ould himself Iunllou4 4 ced. his fnrthcomning ret hire'nt, wlhih will liake' lh(1 ce justl4t IN 4oin [ 11144 iU'', IN - ill"r is chosen. c The fact that Mr. (ouhl4 will be~onell, '14larn4ll of the board lies nl'not iltler the opinion gen'rally held In4 financial circles thlat toda4y's detvetlopm4ents miark th pllsing ('f the (4ould Influ etlce, ct ll Holy In Mio iurl I'll'Ifh. b1ill.t hiI other rallrod with which the name y of (louhl had for manlly years llbeel Identifh.led. Rumors Current for Weeks. Rumors foreshadowlng thle challnget have been current for weeks4 , atnd lmore rece'int ('developments4 Indicalted that it spirited contest was to be waged for control of the stock. Several con ferenlces were held today, and at their conclusion, at a time too late to have anyl effect on today's mnarket, the Gould statiement was issued. It tells not only of G(leurg'e Gouild's fortLlheumlslll reslnaution as preldenllt, but of the intended sllmultaneous re tiremenlt of the other meinbe:'rs of the Gould faction and falmily in the direc torate. This p4utt an 4nd1 to all probability of a ('contIt. Meslirs. Warberg, Mairstoli and Adams' will take the places on the directorate now held by Hlowllard G(1ould, H. C. Clarke and . F". Prior, thle latter two of tit. Louisl Interest In Successor. Much IntIerest centers about thie so lection of Mr. Could's scI'cessoIr, anid rumors currell nt i ll Wa Ill srctl' thIs rt-ll ernoot mentione14d si.everal railroad 4men4 1connectedi with sto41 of t(he leading southweslterin systemsn11. 1fi4 will have practically unlnimiteld powers, 4an44 willl be given every chlance to build thell Mlisnourl Paclfh up Iito the highest standard of effhhlluncy. What is les' Imporrtant, his ucessllt or will he at Ht. Loui, tlhel' logial 44ll41 strategic aIIe of' Kuhl, el.ob & 'o. [ill'and Blair & (',l. have previ'ously had financial relationl 1with the G(ould roadii, aha4 s 1lso tlhe 0,utlche hl hank of Ierlin, Ge(l''uny. but oneveir bt'forle htave thlse interests been relpresenited on4 the board of any 'mould proipertyl. 'The sel'ction of Mr. War burg was doiubtlesso4 de!(d iadvisable beca',use4 (of thl promnllllen'e of other Kuhn-Loch par tnIers-Otto II. Kilhn and Mortiie1r L. Sehlff-Iln the affairs of the Harrialn lines. 'l'The sele, ton of 4t rlepresentative of' thil I)ielits4'he blnk give' the 'announcemen'4l't 4 tinge of international Iomportance.I, Missouri Pacific was the featture 4o tolaliy' sltoclk lllmarket, 4and Its feverishh cour4,e at times uniset'tll'ed the generallt' II1t. It ulvlll'ance o S 13 in the first hour, il h.beforl'e the end of th li day lost all but it en4aiill fraction of i'ts oar4'ly gaill. Trading . lln the stocl4k alg g'l'to Me oiiur PacIfIc syhate tooakes 1n 10,696 nt441e4, It id4h iln 3,04.1 In41lo 1of th(le Ml4ourt'lld Ipr.4i'pl.r, it 8 1il', s of ti ho t. l ul. 1i44 MIountanlltil & Southern r44 i1ts 1(x, 144,1 1li4, the Dlpinvl'r & li (l'a4l4nd', wilh 1,598 1ilhreS of 4441e4 or 44' t 4 l'4 14l4 lhi44., aUl1 the14 ThougIlh (1.erg4( J. (loul d 1l4l4 beenh 14roIldI nt ]8 y4)', , ho l . ,ldo44 v1.4t4d the lpr'4'll'' 13'. UTAH'S MEMORIAL. I-iilt Lok'. ('i43', It'.. 1.'.. --A i,44i44' johlt in444,iia44'i4l l4ttitllioning c(.iig4'44 .14 '4) 4'4)na4't 444) 14gi4l4 ht141 it i res'cptctil)4. r4'4, :1li, vital lInteret..t f 14 th, 4t.4t4 4,1 'talh, vlz: "Leal, wt ol 44ii41 .4.4 I)..',' 114i44 lintroluced u 4n t14 1h4,i 4e t444 y . ,' ltale rese.nt'iL44 ve o lhins. It 1i4 for,1.,'(' !urgetd iil the mnt oriia)44r4l thatt 4h , tliiif'il 5ch)L'le4141 on4 4 h) 4 rodIuctsUt ml4aii4 1 'REFORM IN SEATTLE. 'Sout'4tle, Feb. 15.-.Iief of Pollk, ('annlcnk forbade today the holdIng _f two widely advertised prizefights by .4so-ca1lled athletIc clubs. A. policemian at the head of one of the clubs was told to quIt the boxing game or the ppolice force. All "ladles' entrance" I signs halve been ordered from saloon t doors and all curtains and boxes from a the InterIor of saloons and saloon rea taurantt. MADERO WILL TAKE FIELD WITH MEN PROVISIONAL PRESIDENT OP MEXICO AT GUADALUPE WILL BECOME ACTIVE. SO HIS BROTHER SAYS Juerer Is Placed Under Martial Law by General Navarro and Gambling Is Closed-Battle Takes Place at Mexi. call and Two Insurgents Are Killed. Others Wounded. N ew' York, F*"b. 1. --Th. reppenir Liice or il'r riiiteco I. Madlero, pt', vllnnl insiulreecto president of Mex h1'I, todlay, In the little border town nof ;cuiaultilpe., brouglit acknow-ledgelentl here' it night frlom his brother, (Gustave A. Maiudler, that thi(, rebel chlef hait been Ildling In Anllerican territory. "Mly brother hits been part of the timle it E:l Paso." said iustavo Mradero. "1 cannot at this time account for his Inoveiiients," he ('ontinued, "but It is true tllhat i(. is now at (iuadeelupe and his appelearance' ther le It sure signl that he feetlls tile situatlion Is shaping Itself to his desires. A board of strat egv lihas )een formed, and bhe will sharo in its deliberatlons, although it Is not yet inlllnlled that he shoulld take the field 1in person. We do not know his ability ian i miilitary leader; lie doces not know that himllmeif. Orozoo Not Superseded. o "O(rozco has not been superseded, but he will now act In closer co-opera tion with other Insurrecto generals un der IL centralized supervision. We do not feel that the failure to storm Jua re is in setback. It would have been desirable to take Juarez If it were pos sible, but the present position of tIle federal forces has its advantages. "itbageo and Navarro advanced teo the relief of Juarez front Casas (irandes and (luerrero, both Important strategletlc ponts which they had to abandon without a battle. Chihuahua Is now garrisoned by onlv 750 federal troops, and between Juarez and Chi huahua the country is in our posses alon. "What do we care how miany men theii government coops up in Juarez? They do us no harm there, and what we want is to spread the revolution. The inore territory is left open to us the quicker progress we shall make. When we solidify our forces it will be an easy matter to starve Juarez out. It is cut off from the south already." Juarez Under Martial Law. El Piaso, Fleb. 15.-General Navarro placed Cludad Juarez unider martial law today, closing every business house, including the saloons and keno games, and putting the lid on the city completely. He also took possesslon of the Mexican Nprthwestern railway, and announced that he Intends to oper ate the railways out at Juarez fur a few days. Four express wagons, loaded with arm'IIs anld ammunition, we're captured today by the I'nited States troops whille Ittemnpting to cross the riyer rlaur l'Flsans, ea.t of this city. Eight .Me'xlians iland two Anlericans. accumn lpuyingl the wagons, were arrested. The Me'xicacns were brought to El Paso andi jailed on charges of violating thie lneutraullty laws. The Americans ce t'capedI later. Battle at Mexicali. M.1xh'call, uob. 15.-A )acttle betweetl ,'lexicunl troopls and the insurgents took pllauc this afternoon, when abou)t 301 Me'xican soldiers advanced fromli tih, ilesert and tocl up a position iltini' diately opposlite Mlt'seIClti. The asoldiers fired 3;I) shllttx beft'ore the illsulrgentslt r ,lltid. 'e'l,,h Ilceurgeitlic wtere, .a tterlt alongi thie i'ivcr blatk on thlce MJltutii sicde, ticellg hlic rruaite'i for brtointtwork'c. NV' ra'ttl woc'ccIidu,'i latvo bee| i+ought iilci ti, c t iitirlaticctali lii,, c ud itt a I nit injurred In the hecId hastlt bell takcel to ti*I l' ltlted States nc(itt.'tics l ictito e. 'lce inuiic rg nti kill'i, Jite' woicc iccic , clite t M xhc'itti fedt' ric l thlci,,r wciticlded, arc' tlicc kil io i'icI ltx ci t'lice first ski ii iiih. T'h f li1nsi cciineit hla td Ia, BUTTE MAY HAVE A GRAND JURY OF ITS OWN f nttl, Fat . 13.- (WIPelat4Uver lBw arotinity tI dltrit grautid jullr t.o look into tlohe v latio rnutrs lly graft on the part of city atil t' offi'letly. Thu lar uss lltiore ws. nethig ltlaslt ut t, itas nt bu ryit wll stattded, th ut t V ra! very t iure't. It decided to have Prest, eit her b ask th eration or departlment of thQ district court to by tll a grandittut of to ok into the ntily rbguiors. There was nothing definite tlited of, but it was stated that th9 per slstent rumors were unsettling business, and should be laid at rest, either by an exoneration or by the indictment of the men whP may be guilty.