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HETHE DAILY MISSOULIAN
TomorLrnw- I'i lr , diS-I NLV ISSOFULJCNAN
VOL. XXXVII. NO. 345. MISSOULA, MONTANA, SAT[RI)AY MORNING, APRIl. i5, .1011. PRICE FIVE CENTS
REBELS IN AGUA PRIETA
SLEEPING ON THEIR ARMS
BIG BATTLE IS EXPECTED ON
BORDER AT ANY TIME
FEDERALS ARRIVE.
INSURRECTOS ORDERLY
Commonly Believed That Force of
Rebel Troops Marchinq on the Cap
turid Town Is in Command of Wid
ow of Mexican Officer, Who, With
His Sons, Was Executed.
Atomni I'rh:ta, .m'nox,. April It -Om'
ti mti tim l lr'i|ls a' inler |lnmirlt';i tintr
Cill. i n, itItn'l . r- in-chllf oi f till t illi in
ilitr T ctiit l i),es in tiono n. Iy nvirlu of1
u ' m ninisson 11i e 1 to hlimtl by I'gr nn- ,
1l 'lco 1. \ lllit'lor , t ilt. mih t .ing ntn theiw
111'iii. s l Agilii l'rit.'t tonight. It Wmil.s
Ii dal y iof irlins. l Tw'i'le (uiring tiht
11hlo1ll'l" they wtP, orde1reed to
trenmhes and preparations i'ade to
triel 'i ll'h tit lmr h'n:irmt lo .ds in t'f|( ia
It iitit, t miitlh m'i e ic'1l imlltis till limII,
protll, of w\i'hat iwiis tippod tiol hll
lfed rl l f l '' m i hiti'il irit i 1' it r upt "lr
ilng .\gt ll r i eta'l . I ln t Ill :lpproel) Ih
i''tlifrci'''ilenti ito tih' mmllnmmer oif 401
ml, In niidlli.'r i11i in ril li ii and . Antonia
(in rtin.
Iturmdly haid tile exciteomnent e'inmted
dlown w hiii iimoitI rspor'tu'l mInltim'l'
long cloudi of dut, indlenting the. llp
prom(lmsh of iI lurIg fio'tre conliilg on1 tihe'
r'iad from Nm'u.e Thit e, it i believl'ed,
are almosln it (c'elt n toi Il' feldeltI ls, biii
ip ti i late ihout r tonightl t xIIIInts m11 l'
Int yel t c ('m ' in wVith l i ll fotI lti lolI tA
to whlethel r it 1-4 IL ebel o' fredl t ll
e',llnitm . \\'lth firll' elr a lld revel'
flighting in iand arollmtl Agi.tll Pritlet
itnoim it mL i"rinlitJty witlhini the inext
iti y or two. ('lmatlinll (I.t;l ijolt of the
1"ist* I 'inlted Stalltei ciinvailry ait DI)oug
lam, nlonimnnled by .1yor .1W1gall'rel
ollf I)i hinglmini. hold i, l ll long onl'rllnel i
mtllh th.li rehcl cillel's in Al.mmin Prilt'tm
tllllu i.gl. ('pminilt (Il ttillJ t ''i.'Vy ntm
Ilmltlh lly h lllprel'i le( tnlioll tthe rebel
iinmimii s that Ameriann lIven nis
Axnllerlentl territonry lulsl t not Iugiln ihe
implerled by fighting in AgKuI Prietml.
ie dIitred lthat shomt any further.
ishltms. maVither front rihilI mir f"dleral
I'Itfl entelr DL)ollats, I'nitesl S.tmutes
trootps \waoulit tlke 'activ'e sictups to
stop the fighting for the protec.tion of
thi'e on the Alneri w'ide olif the line.
IHoe muke(d tll'he rebels to move out foLr
ilnough to mInlake sll it W step uIiinnol'e's
ma ry.
Thle rehl co mmandersmi expiiinoed
thalit thoyl, \\' were willing to orley lhi tji -
junll otion. bult tllllt if till' fedeilm i t
tliied frimmil the Isouth, Shots wahich
they i'told no' t conlltrol \o'ild tc(,rtuninly
'll'ter 1)I ialiui s.
"If tll. fiiltrnmtll. r ' n tlllm cinl gunsml ,"'
oexplined the ri'iltelm, '"' Wi' m h
driven bmI k into t(he mmli ltler of A gummm
Prltn."
Woman in Command.
Tlli. armt'yl ndvanmeing fromm tit,, west,.
deml'hIlar''ld oimne of thle InsumlrectoH, Inoy
1bm' a force nldettr llliadn im Tlilnlmntesllt
tlil' widow of tlhe colonel who wls shiot
by I'hhl.a lit $Suhlunorlpni witlh lis two
sons. ('olon.l 'Ojedt did not mwish to
executlie TlIitiii tm il when tim l'edirimls
tootlcm tle itown, bult Chiip, it Iis de
clhmred, was not avermse, ind iafter tal(k
inng out 'aiitnant'i' two mosh, whmonmn
he Js reported tol Imve killed, .ie ulmn
to get 'l'lmulmnminti' lint Iigiht. '1aLiuman
teI, It is c'itillmed, offered to pay $20,000
If him ions waorm spm'emld but 111 tlree
A'rl, ' hot. .lldumiim e Tmtmmnlmmt'ls if
fored tl 1. $20,000 to (eqlp m enommmnand
to aveng(e the dealmth of her hnlslnd
ind two Sionn. I m. r twao lhldaughtoers
joined in then reermllting nmld it is
:li ed thatli they have i fortce of relJ
Is in tie Iijo lmountmains. Th rebel'w
'hie'f puim'Iiittm'i thLe Niu'o.arl rmli'mmrnd
tii rmlm min m ltminom)hle mnr iove'r the
roiL thl m tl'ernonl tom r i lih' tie le
gr.ph line. ''shu h wals ldonle andi mnii''u
Inliges trinsimiltted to Ne.t1'.ari this
ev'ning.
Rebels Orderly.
anul it 'ex'ctainey, thle 'rehls wrlm' con
dueling thellnelves Il(etly in Agind
Prmitnm. iandI upi to tonight none of
('nitinme oin Pag Fouli'r.)
BRAVE ST. LOUIS
NARROWLY AVI
N. ,noula, Aprlt 14.-Fi're late (modrly,
1die' to mmn exphllomll, the ca'se' of a'hlih
tims not been ex)limned, 'ndimngi(rei
the live' of 200 personiis nmomtly aa'omen
mimiml gii'lm, mit thie b illimg min t 017-'1)
'21 Wmishilngton ma'monue, lofts umseJ
one ,'mith, flomert Mtry'r, 19 yem'mi oild,
who mais [nfonti dei'd frolnm limmrns mi nn
Inloei d staitmrwmmy on the fifth fl'mr.
A firmim.mni, I.mmhmtmlin 'rh'lmmmmmmi fmrmmtan of
the imh'age corps, wans knneedi fromn
a imddmr I'y mm fimlling mrim'k mmid imlI"
skuil fraetured. He probably mmii dim.
'Ihmt tmoim' did not Inose th'lir lIves Is
the nmmrvel of the fIre cihlet mnd his
missislmtmi. \amh, a.rrmi'ing upon lhe xceneuu
fi'm omnltOs mi tor a mm e't'mlmg e lmnrm wimm m
iounuhnd, 'lfound the huildinimgs bIelmhhlg
filnmo nd imioke fi'oin every amindow.
Patrolmen Saves Lives.
A pmtrolmman, titme flrst perimom mut'
pido the bull4t$a to be apprIsed of this
.IL
TO DISFRANCHISE
NEGROES
Wa'stehint.'tln, .1ipril 11 - .\ hill w as
intrhoduoll Ill the holuse, to.lay y..
{ Irepres tnta'tit lhIrn h k'ivl. ,f Gteor
gln, pro iltlng ft o " ti , relip;t i f ito I
fWirtNINtGh I ni t tolll t the cnstl-l
tlltion. Thi," ill Q llll'tr . l ks to pI". - I) ,
vnl lllllt'ogressi I'fom I IIII ig th*, r.I' I- r
rnsortattipin of the soutllern stal's tI.
the negro. Nflt' I h l t.ll il l the voting to
polpltihl nll of tht, Siall,' ,
Ih
WARNING IS ISSUED;
TO MEXICANS
BY TAFT
AMERICAN PRESIDENT SAYS NO
MORE BATTLES SHALL BE
FOUGHT NEAR BORDER.
It
\\'.tshitngtn, \lrit i ti --Prtu shp e nt t
Taft it d et'l itllll tid th t Ii ttih. M hie-.
tIieittn .illtxIe It'dert l a w itndi Into llr
trect. t i lnt lt. I'folghi t on Allmericangn
s riP He is e tl xtll lortiri ntllitt that the
livie tstie t itt i ,t i1 Iolt. -t lnon-nmit 1un Its
lshill tit hei, o tlnl Ige/reilld 1111 till, th e
of 'resident I ia l th f ait n t Ior tip ,'ii l i
S tadero.
l tti l ' comt atlittFl s betwf n the ehilt t t'
ait the fortss if the Mexitat goi . a
.i ta erinn t.
'hrollti h teti t tilt dlepitlntm t, tith
prstidtnt tonight notified the .lxtieiha
tg l'lrn t Ith t tt it t it t tl te to it that
horainf'ter no sitth unftir.ittltote intldont
as that of yesterday tili ht Aglnl Priot:t.
Swhenl two AmnolcJnns o'er' klled land
i wounev ilnt , It I tio lltu O to till t.
'through ithl " tsar depaltment and1h
thiotgh rn the toprtment of Justh'e , the
lpresidlt sent sit nil th warnoing tol tht.
th a oltl i If h the I tn rroetons Ilt Agtl
lrietr tt
i ostl toniIght t t thetihose nlltt t illc itl
he obeyed to the letter ilnd that lno
-litir I t n, tl is wllnlI h he f iIutt llOti thet
Must Not Bet Repeated. t
Nlther the president nor tiny oif his
advisers whom he tttited into t on
Iut lloti n tonight wi s inclted to re- a
I orerlunlr of 3tuc:ltny theing more l fer tlni,
s tlies' dt eiti thldlc \.il e Irl'e ct. liea
but they iontldts d thal t it ti lut otI, 1he
r'ep .ated,.
The prosleont IlultPIO that atttole
groftls tly' not Chosen llki pItle,. for t
tilt- holding of itillhdt,' conl ts, but ut
the slItlu' tin le h e taIk. the In sition
thit lpreparations for battlh must lhI sI
nmado b" the l 11hosl1' 4 I i'res with III Olie
consllhel'tionli of t.h effect llll l non-l
i'nml'itnll t will not exed 100,000
Spectators Too Eager. a
The preild nt knowin thalt lolnn of t
tile .Anmerl' an spectl tor' uit stetttda s'. '
Lfll nlit ear t-ouilghtsre \ er ,'t Ig ler tIn se I
lh fight and might have got lton rlse H
to tiht lngilaed forces, ilbt he Milhs bon
Informeld also that warning was givent
|ton lnose to the United Stat.s. Ihere
allftt' thls government expoets 'loth thl
hinsurrectos tnd the federal ti-I..- t.
erect trencl.t|s or mlike their linus of
I attle fill" enough front .oontwrimt i soll
to make it (ortalit that o',n r aii nls on.
g a g e d In t h e n t v u p' til o n s o f ..tao \\ 1ill
.not be Interrupted.
P'r'hldhhit Talrt fools that his order
ondllg tile troops to Tuns .l s been I
entirely .uifil'ied by the dovelopmients
of the last few days. He is tmor,' cer
tain than evtvr that c.onlitlin it the
southern rtepuieh are i l- " ;rling. HI-,e t
hoping that there should bh lIIo need
v for tiny further mnovomlnt to the HMoth, .
- but If there thnuih lie he knows that t
'1 20,000 Ainterh.ian troops art- ''oar the
io (Oirl ndt anal that on that rivt.'raa i
the i10 xi.han border Itself il already a, .
fol.. thlat is not nsllnifiarint. I
PATROLMAN
le] nsuiranlce.
DAVID JAYNE HILL RESIGNS
DIPLOMATIC POST IN BERLIN
TO RETIRE TO PRIVATE LIFE
United States Ambassador to
Germany Relinquishes Po
sition in Order That An
other May de Appointed.
Vlll phinglllr l n, .l, lrit It. -.flt.r ;a rit'i
cone(ll r enlcl' tol:li h,'I) ,',n I .I'r blent,'I
'lT llft. unit tl) ill'. oi f StI lli ltlt Inx, ihl
ir lit t llil in of I)rlllit . ii 'Iltt l il lt
mhi1 \\1lt N Pllaln fo11r1 ,. \\u .tt u i
1 rim .nt It itit ti 'hl l, it iltnt, Tlhi,
ro('nll pllr oI " hI \·ll't r In Pr]*' l,. t1ll
T r1I)', t1111 sill lIw Liltrltlt'lr It1 rt tlhril tl "
\ithitth r'ndthl tt hf * lut fir t narlt l -at
th~rin th:toi~i takei ifetJl. "torl~s Ilw
a)~l~.llr~l th t c. If r Ilu s wife to do e you
ih .I2 t11 1,"·ii Illr ~i ;11 , ,l ·l'.i' ,lit|)'1 I, "till
in'nl t' th.t!l tI" l h l t' p|slr , il t"
1rl 11 111 was lI' iln' ro tie lflolmr Neitl llll
Tillrk'li :lnl II It ll, nrlCil f''1IIC
,in Washi.nl t ognl \\hel thl' an o ncmnllll.lltll
hi" Ilis' i'o hml i onill~l \\.1 mlel h ait the,
\VWhilt. Hlou.v and on Isrlthtlll to
nilkAhtI li ll was \'so lv.i d th tll rainsl wlli \r i'
atiitr'all thait h1€ hald 111 vii.\\ minel, highl
l..itin lin luble h e I ol r in tl he ne.;
dotlemh \w rblI. in ,,\hh'h h, halts hroi .il
\\'ays inte restled.
No Plans for Future.
".\It thatl I uint Ip''lirep d to .":a, ait
this time," Irohd lr. Hllll, "l.. tha~t [
inlVl, til planlN or lelln11 nienl tsl.q A\H t
the. l'l.linsl folr IIny l'V g.natlonl, thl..
grl:llh of m11y letter o" tl h*. lpr's..dlnl .".'
l)r. !1111 Mlhl h. liitenuled tol rvlturn to
I-I.rlin ahilll Mai.y 1. to arrl'ange, lis
hiouselholdl effe.tst. for" sh'lpnrturle bl.
twee i n uhul Jil ly.l~ 1.
].o.llow\\lnl Ilinlinellialy.3 uploin thl. uil
nounllcemllient .yestlvlrllay of thl. p oinlllt
mllent lif ll .\v niltl.ialorsl.. Iti botlh
TulI'key ainl, [Rils..le offilaltl Wasl.hing
lshilkolil hi prosplil't. Prl i den~lh t Tl'lft'l.
,RACE FOR PRISONER
BY SHERIFFS
MONTANA AND WYOMING OFFI
CERS SEEK HOTEL DEADBEAT
AT GREAT FALLS.
,4 11.1 inn, p1r,., .1 ril 14 --F ..riff
l .tis illmp of this toun ily and Sihl'rirf
.1. ('. rl'ic(k Mi' Y1'lloi stoiine' iIultlty,
.olint. wilii engage i1 ii rael toi (treat
i",'lls to i e"l,(ir ' ithe e isl rDy if , Iiihl i'.
Ifadley', twho was alirret i'l li thut) city
oIn titI ihaia' of hiv'ling vi'ctimi ,rtidi Man
1Illlint s, liDit . .tit nIf $1111,i l ' lilj lns of
igus ciheikis drawn 0ri the I 'ntril
Ilyihe b;lk if ('hia':go.
SheriffT Il 0ilo] Itud.'"st;nlds that Sh| r- I
Iff Collins of frllei t alls lI isposed
to turn otit ITtidle t ti, ll , fih t 'ffteo'l
presenting pn.. a rs f.ot' hin, and h ll priti
pii'es to hiead foil' (rtiat FlI"tills with all
spid11, lIlnidly in also wanted by the
K(aisat (t'lty liitlh iriles tin l i ihatl ge
if having v\'tlnt.ized st''er.'tl ihoitel tItan
tla'rM in that city. aw ho hiave alikedl to
i kplit t;llut Isd that they might hel
liiile to seir( e hladley l'ftl theI MD n
titn toil Wyoming oit fflors gel through
aith hifV. With ltldlty was arrested
I t hlulD t ivnull lll tll t thL ' ilsttl lir
sia ix l hii w'if
MURDERER SURRENDERS
FOR WANT OF CIGARETTE'
Land,,r, WIV,, April 14.-Willhiab
ilot\wa , vio it' sholt J hn 1 . at ,4iist
'i'ittl li.st .S iinlay and I htl has been
lying outll in the l oiuntailns, gave him
selft utp it the Linderl authorities to
id y. HIe, tlli alis.if ditieI a from sItarLi
tletlo n ntu expurei'i, but what he saidi
h ocrnved m llt was it eigtrette. He
lmtt hlni I shot Oirtes in sf-defentse.
TROUBLE IN SIGHT.
Wacilli , April 14. --(Speclit.)--ITh
qutstion of perittintl the Aricad
theatter' to continue ii operation In
Watllac saems likely to develop Into
ta controiversy between! the city andi
county n thtlioritilesl. t tinew city nd
ministratiutn )ta. pledged to put an
end ti tIhe 'usitneuss bllut the licenuse
wias renolwed the other (lily andt the
plitue s operuttii. g as oif yore. Tlhe
,onty' btoatirl, howeever', flw the license
utdmi ti' r ionsideration and is likely to
tesefut rneneWll.
MILON CHUICH FREED
BY A JURY IN BUTTE
B3utte, April 14.-HMilton Chuih,
t charged with the imurdert of Trofor
1Vojovtith, Fehriutry '4, 1911, was c
quitted by it jur"y in Distrhct Judge
Michael t)-anila n's l'ot thIls evening,
ion tie grounds that (lhultch had acted
Itn delitfnso of his oit. life. Vojovich
tIleil in eonserltience of stah wounds in
flited during tihe Icourlse of a saloon
row over a trifling matter. The two
men had teen friends and the causes
leading up to their fight were not
made clear during the trinil, which at
traiietd much attention. The prosecu
Slion's star wltnesi testified for the
Yto defendant hit en he took the stand, and
I now charged with perjury,
11 ifi "ý ' 7 ' / r
iii
,., t* (i itýp:: ..irr.::1ii
DAVID JAYNE HILL.
binlg the potasthh nltho ersty nowt het.'
b{'ll ii t 1i st | i ll l llo\'l I' 1. , r )
lie'ed to h \ave h,.en ,llvl,,rhIt" f1'1111t dlpin
Inlti.c channelst(~1 . ;, l hld of private set-)PI
SNOBBERY ALLEGED
TO PREVAL AT
ANNAPOLIS
NAVAL SCHOOL UNDER INVESTI
GATION FOR BARRING PRES
ENCE OF GOVERNESS.
W a ";sthingt n. April It ., 1.tI l 1l1',I. at
tIht ('tnlh'ted States 11 I;1l a1tl b l mll . UIs
I'flhcted ill the ac'taleiny ' hops." I1
bI.tn g il,ve ti-iii te h th- .V dtph'111" n ) ,l l t
merllt in o dllelr to dis'v lr if sno": . I 'bv'
h1944 crel' 1it,1 tiho lnstiuthI.n. 'i'he
IinvestigtIl' istry ibaset . i tl i ltll. Ln lY lt
that .M iss .',ry II. l',",'rs, 8;:tl ,.;hter of
Professor- ietrt , i t t hai t, ln t o t the i -nlis'
d tllll'lllllnt of Ylt II|e, \%% ';h recent vh'
til of sn~hery lt th llaca I h demny.
It I isa' i tithat t s11t Iiltrlb ' sI o rit ilt L
II tl"p iI i lii iven iin intllillil. tt iby ii
milahip-m-n that heri pr1e4- ice i hett e
\was not dlsiredl leenase of her p'ulion
tillab g v.lrn i the l'ni llly t'i ' l.iI"i
t n t ( 'llllll'rrlll nt Oilllf t 'lt navy.
The .n)lv-til. atit n ll tihl ',"s llt of at
Irei t'it liii l'i grt'ssml itt· i ',hly of intl
ialta. It , - i kedI the seiretary it i the
navy t. Inv,"stIgtl e "tlhat peull;r so
,iltul s. t I. ,ll t the l. la ny lthat iIiesi
runw ,l tion i i at i t titl llngl tin on is
tl-tin lth and i ti lent l gircll ith in h tlp l'l,
Lto ih cl tlni ht g h ier Iil- il vinhg."
lThe t llt;tll'r vS r' efI rrd I t u iltln,.
h Intendal ntn Il, "yerl of the n.:u nly, wvh",
reported on the falts. 'This li portI \a\
forward-"d I~ Lieutsnanlt Tarrant, holy
f r (i stai, s of MIs *ll tvtll r i s bll , l Hiyll, ii\
Lieteln; t 'T.arrant's reply has ino y. I
ll,'l re, ,c.iv I at the deplrt` erlt.
COMMISSION FORM
REPUBLICAN CLUB WILL PETI
TION FOR REORGANIZATION
OF THE CITY.
Kuli-r, II. April 14.- (Spoehil.)- I n*
<Ir' th, l.lvisiolns of th, ' statute I "L -
n'ted 1,y thI ln tc' 1*gliniuture, p1l i
tlons Ii:h, been p'tepirued by the Y'ull
'.1 n's 1:' I p hlean:ll l llagule, It lo-al pus
mlls1oiol to the electors of Kalispell of
the lurl"tvil of renrganizatlon under
S oi's h nll these pfi l tions h)vI "hl ll l,
Ianction'I h".- the x leut ive co a thlllllh
of thr, 1hi` they will he ciric hllat d 1 1r
.sIig ll't I
l'nalhr thll, nl ,w law tit(, n 1:1 s ..f :,
per. Iell " the . y. allif el elector's rl" i.
t,'erd t le last pro ceding oily cl. -
fin a.r. l h'a'i ed on the pi ttilons, !,
fore it . i"' l A e e tion may h,' ct'll,.d
for the 1 'in'`14 of voting (lit lhr° olel
tion. (11 I n, to it light reo is't.tlitn
this ,pris e but 202 nlnml "s will be
necl.ss;r.l, to make the amot.Il, and
with :1 srll -ng underreutlrent of fllv for
the proposed ruestion tihe poh tllnit
will dlo b l,"s. rev,.Ive adetplatn ,ig.n 'rs
to lhins 'e the calling of the Fpt.eiul
1 0 days fromi the pl'ese.ntttiun of the
petitiolns to the city eounell.
thlclnlclll; t1)," 1X~ltljftal/ot( of Turkishr~
3.3l3.33y an. d I 333133l333 (.3 3,3W33.33334, .iitd
thI ntntl,..allizattlon of the Mfunchurlaln
ralla ..vn. In all :thes. A .i'r3.'a 11111t4
411(34 w~i. g3reatly ilt, "t .r
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%Ili '"Ii'( I' (1 1'4 4 lf.to c uttu
BILLINGS MAN SAID
TO BETHIEF
WELL-KNOWN MAN 18 ARRESTED
FOR ALLEGED THEFT OF
NUMBER OF HORSES.
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314'(l.,-a 3333ll 3 3,' 33133gl'3 3l thIeft of3' 333j333
3.33. .'l..33g13g 333 .I3333133 Ta3ylor (it
3 313333333333, 3'. j13 aingi, I3,3333 131 13,3e ki3)'33
3 3'ih.3333 *ei..3.33333,3 33a33 333r3343.'d 333
lii.hk ' it * m1o1 rn 33g133 Iiy 1 '33333.33133.3lttIf
t 133333 3'3ll3' arres 333 134 33.333 31 1o333 a·
3333\.331. 333.3, 3.33333334333333. 1.3331 (13 1133' 3333333·(
=, il Iislt/l n, :t' . I)'ntllt 1gs is one of t ),"
'''"I 333333ll horn In n 1in this 33,-ti
and Il 1·c1111, Jl'l tens stil l {trend- (l
331,3 33.333(ill I, .1331333 1133. .. 33ut
t .o 3 $ 133 11331 fnr his 333333133o 33333333.
1333,33 Iwc.u.'l 111(1 oll'33I333'3 333333 3r 33333o
:11111 111 · (Ill 'ln) r ,"81 to l ll ill--l 11,"11,1
w3o13,3 " fu ye'33 )313333,33, 333333'3333fg In
3333his 333331-,ti. .3333ing ha33 11133 1''411l333I 133
.3~t ro I3333 MIldwa'y 3i3333.33 3333b3133
CHARGED WITH ASSAULT.
tl in :,, prl t.-- ( pe i l) -
33 It . K. \\'3l3.. 33. t ilt3 ..ll- o wII13333 N w,
1.13 333I~ 33r I :33 .I 33r" 3agent, was file.
33331 .n . 333' .Ln o)I3tll yItul'y
33·tI. i 1313333 11 33 0111..g. ·1'1'331 333333 333331 33
Whom i t was all eged s P l\i:Lcrllon adat
t.. kill lrh l tcith it ktWlfe I i urtor
1.ii3311.,if 3333f33 Ilt., 333. 33333333t 33s 331.
'.3.. 3. ..t 31n , In 111.
POISONED GIRL DIES.
1.1.315-t .333. 33Ir~ 1......33. 3333.3)
33 1:.31'1, 31,. 33.33, 3-y3-333-old3 3da33g333
3,' .3.3 313'1313331am 333e of3ths (ity, 33333
.3333tl 1 3,3 351 331 333; .33 31" 1.. fai313, O 13. I 3'
ROAD SUPERVISORS
6 ET PRO RAJA SUM
I';t 0;1 . 11 1'I ~ l~t33 I .(he 333.33133'.....
rul 333,1 3.33h33 jus3t 33.3311
13,3,3,1"ihý l 3.r'01 .Amt3y 3333333313
ti 331 to t13. :3,3 I' 33 13 31lit.33c3:3 uf, 33h
1,'t.a .1m~i 3333333 3333. T1'1ese .3l~trol33p'133
.31 t3,33, 333333,` 3r333 $13i. 333 $600, 3333.333i3
33, 333' 3to 31he 3.3,3d o3. 33he tt~ri'Ilory.
33s ht 331,31333, 3il3 Ia 31on33' he3.'3tet.' b~y
41 .33 iiaci 3.3 i. 33o 3 the lowest bidker, lm-.
h33 333..:3, of (es 3333 :'181 3333333'3'3313o, the(
1, 33.333,, h~r t 333 hen 3313.1,3 the3 343333333
\'i3333.33 of 3333 333tte33.
DEMOCRATS HAVE TROUBLE
OVER CAMPAIGN PUBLICITY
ArlA(K!i ! i)
( j l id if , , ; -, ·\, llr b I t '"' ,
,Hin I , i in i , ,1 I ii 11 I,"~
I 411 ,11 t :11 1; ,l I , ' 11 d ual .I:b | i .,I
| l oo.1111 ,,It l '1," ll, I f , l l. ,\ill t Ili..
hl. « ,eý . ,l"t i n t l * l i l m ""I, ll, "ll Il~ h.t,
.it 1 I," l *1,·l I Ihi t ,It I l t .1 11 1fI ' till b ,
*nl h I .hl' h rl.l\u . l', , l r.I Il h i" l '.
IaIi(1nt tI lturnl d tLhI, ?III,. htlt I1" ;I:
lill a t esa.'l d
rhi. ,,,,h : II' Iint ,'" I linlg the
SPEED-MAD RACER
MEETS INSTANT
DEATH
NED CRANE, DRIVING BUICK CAR,
HAS NECK BROKEN IlURING
A PRACTICE RUN.
Kal ns.:: ('it", t oM , AptII ll --Ned
(' iiane, , driving n It l'll k rneinlg enr In
a plractl*'r' t",lt it ,nhlrldge trnc'k het'
lilate Indaly, plrPiralttry to an attempt
tomrnrrotw tol esthilsh.l view ror-ln,
\lsl killeld whiln hl1 mac-hinel tlh'r'w
platye ',if the hulkt a flatory rt ing with
('l'irne tr W hutt.tern i Wly hljured.
''anh s hadnly was not ilnntigled or
rulh:,ed. The cii r lnt'k 'ri u Ir e wln.
driving, whi't ttit' of Ii0 hornepoiwer,
rl linmaking il f'rlIt utrn oln th I r.t'ist
iid of tth track when it,l wae kilttl,
t'mlurrl'd. The( fl'llront lre l'irs( na
the A Holderned of Record three . n
titllll rlit t tlhrown it'h great foce tIII,
the dit Ir1rk. Whe'1 n lle wasl pitlced
lp his hind was douhbled tnd.-r his
chest. A nup("rfh'Iel| examintlhlati hi
dih:ted hils ne\k was broken.
11,rt lh .ll " , l a mn t [chanlician Wl ho . V s111
rlng wthre har 'ipfe struck in the cl,-it
tclr or Ih. II" tra 'ks Kveral' yards r rolr
vwhere ''lrun" ta-o.dy Innied. At first
it was thiight that I Dodge wats killed,
but after' it few. inhl eI s lie r',cmvorel
rlaii.lousn.ts Two RhysAiiNIs aIt filS
Ir s .Il rll' l tIolc charge of Will.
A Holder of Records.
('rhi' raIN i the hold'ler of L Ir L tr
Iltiolll~ motor cir raving rciiordls. Il1
:til lti l Itt uit r 4i1ur 'ltill i tI , it -1 i.
1it a lii'i'ti'--i. li'nt ke st raok ut- n -
i e litI Ihthl l riltr' l l'liinii ti rl l le at halfil
hI.hi a I tr a r39 t' t1 s .l It' lllll litt:.
rued two 1, 111."4 In " I ll 2-7. at:Itot-I Roche r,
N 1', oI Aiu list 4i. I hai ,
t)h .%:ay l11 lastl I'rllu l, m aidih 100
n i)ll.ls on lh, f 1am ullsl Ihndi.n li;llll L
Itrlck hi ol, hoill l' In ilh . : tlls a ,t 3
LIke i 1.i0i% othiLr fI' o. 11u dr'iveI.r ,
Iun r'ise from l the ranksl of the
'hallfl'f nr4. l'nill P, 1-'. 'onlhllr, the
New York plbilisl.r died. lit April.;
19it9, I'r;sti. was his. I II drivur Ile ni1o
hal rihi ilg of ' I°,llre . 22 lllchhlte .
r ifl .rer the ulii, t.% ill rftilim, l a ( ill
thiat ihort l11 11, li p h li fi."+l knol w in itS
o11i 01 i f,.' lib. l.l' 111. : i i HI f hl ll't, M'
i I thie. ,1nu "y
BAY STATE PROGRESSES.
hloston, April 11 A r,.soli ll l ft
varing. the c,.lling of n ,onstitullionul
,ntliVnlllin to frnlm , in amendment to
th, 1fldo:IIl illstitt htion plrothilntg for
ith. dhr',t' i .- ti llon of l'liite' Stit.e l
senator:', wsn adlopti d by the .1assa
BUFFALO SHIPPED
TO ALBERTA
THIRTEEN BISON ARE LOADED
ON TRAIN AT STOCKYARDS
IN KALISPELL.
$Uo, a. heald fur" t1he buffutle,
FOLLOWERS OF JEFFERSON
SPLIT ON AMENDMENT RE
LATING TO CONGRESSMAN,
BILL FINALLY PASSED
Ne., Measure Requires All Candidates
for Office to File Report of Cam
paign Contributions and Expendio
tures Ten Days Before Election
Includes Sums Over Ten Dollars.
\\ ,tihhitdn, AIril I I -T'rie demt -
turti pi, rt v I ' t Its fIrst serious, l trotl
bh1,1 in th, h iu,' nof reprteentatllivet to.
,lay. At the lis.( of a nesslon markted
Ity InI.trgt'ncy' in the dmneratic ranks
h rI ..loti of which t)he reputIl.lans
InrrO tly .. Ied e.trinllg a triumph, the
hIv ,o lpai , ,; l he r he 1I kn tr hillt for pllh
I illty of ,ifvilltlgn .ontrl thtl utlons be
fore elitihll. 'T'he fight arose over
tlhIe xtiet to whlich publicity should
be apllllled. Biut for tlte vigorous and
cnntlinued cie of the democratic whip,
ani Imlportntlt republllan amendment
ctxtending publicllity to the individual
revelpths and expenses of candidates
for congress woudt h lve remained in
the bill when It finallypassed. As It
was, the amendlment uns adopted over
th' protest of the democratic leaders,
by the support of 52 democrats Who
tvted with the solid republkan
htrength. Report tn a parliamentary
move enabled the democrats later to
get rid of the amendment, but 28 of
their nuomber refused to change their
attitude ati ld t ttcllk with the republie
ani in oppoilng the democratle ma
jority.
Storms.
T1he Rucker hill pOsed by a unanl
ollusl ,ote, but only after a storml
s~cene. The amnndment offered by Rep
resentatllve Jiackson, an ansurgent re
publitnll flrom lclhnats, trequlred all
einldhiltes for congress to file state
ients of the source and use of their
Individual e'lamptlgn funds In both the
primarl y and general election.
The amendment met instant sup
port from the republican lide and en
inuntreoid /thte oppsltlion of the demo
cratic leaders. 1r. Itucker of Missluri,
t'h:tlrninn of tiie comirttlee In charge
If the hill, anssrted that It would so
ichange the formn of the law that It
mInlgt endanger Its final p#Ssage.
Thls dlli not deter 52 democrats from
suIpporting the Jdarksonl Amentdment.
They, Ith the solid repulblean fores,
i gav' thu nmendment a majority that
rnsiulted Itn lits adoption. 172 to 131,
andi the annountelmeunt of the vote was
Soliweil ty a siurm of tapplautse front
the r,.-pilithoen side.
Tlthr, wats a hurried conference of
,htuns.Trtle teaders and Mr. Rucker
mivd to rerommit the tIll. with its
nItt\ nntPllntelnt, toi the elections com
iltter,. with instructlons to send the
hill baik ito the huust \litlhout the
.,ttulte i tit mll ltlh ent.
Democratic 8plit.
The paIrlinmpntlary more to squeeze
the tunwndmcnt oit of the bill brought
alliut It spllt It tlh1 ranks of the demo
crats, who haid favoredl tlhe Jackson
ainendt l ntiii Twenty-elght of them
Sstool Ity their former naction anld Voted
igtinsllit the moiltloll to rec'omlit the
hill, but the demoratlie lealer manus
Itlr'd inotugh votes to carry theftP point,
157 to 14t, and the bill techtlcllly was
sent back to thle commintte.
IMr ltH'ucker g:ithlrcrd tlh metThbr.
f the committlee arounld hint and
.it ithout lving the floor they Instruct
,.d hih to report the bill lalnitl without
th, J,lIck. ln ullrnlullln nt.
lh alt once didl sno iid this ma111inst
atrLi ,l 1i;4 Ito I:1.. 'The biull, in Its
irlighl t form, thin l.passed the htus
without a dtilssnting vote.
'Ther Iti.kr Iil1, as fIlnally l ss c l.
(I - n('l ttudl on Ptage Fotur.)
WALLACE WOMAN
IRIES SUICIDE
WORRY OVER WHITE-SLAVE
PROSECUTION CAUSES MRS.
PAULSON TO TAKE POISON.
wi' l\> ing(; ii lii.r 111 l p ,.I' ulini her
sir aIIu her husl,,-I biy tIpi' fedoral
.1, l1 11,1r 11.14 i:n11, t' tit,' RIt/('1t1' slavo llR
Mrs~. I':ln · . l, tfz ti t N,~'LI I4 Paulson,
ltfr i, ii' of th. liai I..' iIii~ce hull, at.
. v, 1n;;. '1104 I+ tI'r iueondl o4trt Mrsi.
Lmi',itl.(' it' niii' Ini thei lii'. mnhito
-iAi ,.1 101 r i I.4 1,('11 I\ t, hd ourte
I'!rr. in iii. n, t of dit eo fn ienl.
hIiiu iV;ilr i'iiiit'. I? l v litl. hVe ountii
a ii. a I' uu 4i ha lrgd h. Itohlai rom
thu ~\', jiiyiilll or Ltn i8 'ii.. r th1 Urk
r .itr . oi of ane
'¶V iidi~l~t uh Api uL 14ge -(hlpeu from
the ,~ (ii ynute illgiuirlsm mrt. InthBuk
thuo cituy fromi Missouula anul hac as
iluilii'i h r dutlht~as 114tiino~rupher Iga

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