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mor ir THE DAILY MISSOULIAN morrn--L. XXXVI. NO. 3. MISSOULA, MONTANA, MON MORNING MAY PRI VOL. XXXVIII. NO. 3. MISSOULA, MONTANA, MONI)A', M()IMNIN(;, MAY s. mI :. PRICE FIVE CENTS 11-.--1----....... - - - - - - - --·----, ........ . ... ... . -- - -- - ....... . . .. ". m'. · "'. -·--· - ---- - --- .-.-.......... . METHODIST CHURCH LAYS BUILDING'S CORNERSTONE PRELIMINARY STEP IN PROGRESS OF NEW STRUCTURE IN. SPIRING CEREMONY. BUILDING CORNERSTONE Dr. Jacob Mills of Helena Preaches Sermon-Dr. J. N. Maclean Delivers Talk in Behalf of Missoula's Sister Churches-Superintendent Inch Gives History. . II '" ora of I rllich lhu llding d.s'wtd In .\issoulah with the Iylng o.r the co r'serston o, the .MethodisMt Epis~copal church yes.terday afternoon. ,LThe solt'ns tceretoony miade I great tIi.tpitsiil s it, Ilit uicrowd that stood thrl' ilsh the stervless which mIarlked Iii progre'ss thiat Is I i'~g miideh otl the snit structure. nd whenIl R'ev. Ilihrilhl ('rlffls of the ('hrlstian churllh 'lronountisl the shslenedit'lni there wasss I fseeling thant itreat good Wlas to oeolne i'nltl tlhe nilltistl Ir tiLon of the9" itne 'lihillr . 'I'ltl c l'l. lle' Iy wOs l'ieiisd by Itv t II. t, flatley of' the Its'i.lseoI l cslttrsh, whoi deliverel d the ritualltls Il prayer. I)1' W. I. l.llIIIngshliad of IPortland. lrpreststat.le or tit bohard of hosme missions iuiit slinlrch xhnsihlon it tlhe llsnrlllHest, resnd thefll lirst part of the ddilioniitln rltsul. lIe was followed by lir. J. N. .sMaclenn, who spoke in be hllt' if tllt, s.lstr c(hIiurcnI es .tf Misssotlla Ii- .1 I sni ile nt said: Dr. Maclean. "('hrlistlan illreathren:-With all siln. c'irtlfy andt helntl'lness I congrtullllats and fellhltate you on this day's event. T'hlis Is1 an event of grseat mIlltoment anld mlniffhnn)ln. in the religlouso life of .li.ssoula. It Is tle opening of a new'f ,era. We are making history today. 'The olds Illg thians' tlat have served MIrs anula as chlurchesi all theses.s years are I:passintg away, and the new churches, replreslentilng the new times., the nirew. condtlllons, the new needsIs, aire begln-, ning to be bult. Tlhe laLying of this cornerstolsne todals1y concerns more than thei congregation of the F"rst Metho dist Epliseopal church of M.lssoula; It concerns the whole clristhtln e(lnter prise in this city. It Is an event of great civic importance. None greater has taken place in this city in many a year. "It Is an obvious fact j4at the Pro teatant churches of this city, so far as rhurch ediflices are concerned, are far blhind the times and far bllhind the ineeds of such as city as Missoula. With 5lone or two exceptilons, our churchles were huilt 30 or 40 years ago, when Ml.ssoula was it frontier village of a few hundred Inhabitants. They were bullt by devoted men and women who loved cGod and believed In the gospel, and wanted its ministries for themn selves and for their chllldren, andl for the new city they were building here. They were bullded with great sacrl fica-all honor to the builders. They were small, but they were adequate for the needs of the' town In those far away years. They were homely, but they were compatible with the homes of the pIople, and with their stores, ai,'i hotels, and school houses, and courthouse, and jail, and livery barn. They were, as a matter of fact. appro Irlately enough, better buildings of their kind than many of the other buildlngs I have mentioned. They were good enough for the times in which they were built; they were good enough for many years after; but they became obsolete long since, land they are Intolerable now. ':The frontier village has become a modern olty, bigger, we believe, than the Uhited States government is will lng to admit, with till the equipment iand all the Improvements of a modern city except pavlng and the commisslon fs'nsrm osf government, hut we are going to get them shortly. New homes have been built, new hotels, new school Ilolses, new depots, new skyscrapers, at new courtlouse, a new theater, a new street raill\ay system, a new sewerage system, a new bridge, and almost everything else except new churches. Today the new church building era has dawned. In that lies the significance ,sf this day's proceedings. While re loicing unfeignedly with you, our brethren of the Methodist church, that your new church is rising before your eyes, we rejoice for osurselves that the time is come when Missoula Is to' have churches suitable to her needs and wsrthy of her proud pre-eminence In ithler respects. "'TThere sle at fine fitness In thlat tlhe MethodIsts should have the honor of opening this new era. To them be longed tle honor of opening the aold cthutrcs building era. It Was they whot i'llt the first Protestant church In Missoula just 40 years ago. There was opportnllity enough, during the last score or doen years, for some of the ot)thlr churclhes to get tlte Isonor of opelning the new era. B3ut It goes to the Methodlistu today, and they are worthy. The spirit qf the fathers is in them. They are our leaders. Where they go we feel we can follow. We dhi It before and :erhap v went them 1sie ',etts.r. When they hult of straw we hulnt of ,wood; when'ithey built of wood we built of brick; when now they are building of brick we may build of stone. The best Is yet to be. Denomr Inatlonal rivalry of a wholesome sort has~ a proper, place In the buIlding up of the kingdom 'of GOod in' the modern 4world.. Wg .are not envious; We are dhly emuloat. We hall and coniratu "(Contlased on page Bit.) DESPONDENT MAN A SUICIDE Seattle', Maiy i.--W'. L, M'.M lr:an. 4i; years tiiI, whIo Iti' Ito i4iattle frolnl 1t. Pn ul two weerlcs :iag , Crllln m tllltd let ulcide in his ri'too I in a hotel here t.oday by eutting his t1hrco t with Ipocket knifet . l.\11,' ran was a forllme.r tlgrnllth 1opei1t t tor in Yellowutoie i.park. Alh. had been dehapndent sinime Wnining to ar;.ttll'. Ills widolw andI two chlhdren reside in Ft Paul ATTACK ON JUAREZ IS NARROWLY AVERIED REBEL SUBORDINATE CHIEFS HAD PLANNED TO OPEN FIRE ON THE CITY. I.:l Pa,), .\lay -- It wails harn, d hiatl t1, iigiltt tha11 t part itf tlhle iis r recto army a|d plintned to attack Juallre ill at inIdnight. This 'was itn line with =a plil whilhih sme Iof Ithe Insur r1'.nl s ha' d frl' pte. ilitating lt hfttlel despite orders toi tihe iatr ry r lo headiatitrters. WVheiln worid of lthe A issociated Press: dilpatcl h rien hed the Itiilrre.to' tot -l posts thedy I;have moved H]lutr to J:nlrct' than was ncessLuy" for Ithe marclh 1and had roulght their mnnelilne gun-t ",'ihhin raing'. The fighting w:as ti have he. gun ln learsl it at nmk gt. Disanlton aimong .I e lead ir.+ i" give.n is onIe of the caiIies of the Hm eretly-planned attack. It is said they were loath tI retire trumn their iiNsi tiln withltot engaging the federuls. Thei.y c llmed thely wotuild he htlmll htted in the eiyes of the world if tlin. dil nlot make lan ttalc on trhe city whicth they had twice approached. "ranclusco Madero, Sr., (lIstativo A. ltudern aind other noeml"ers of the M11 u d(ern armty snt a message to IenelraI D)iazi taIngrithting t.f him t ill ll' Iltl' t. .Mexlllans wenlit ibout the sltreets(' shout. lng and celebratig nas if thet crowning battle of the revolution had been wion. A band Was sent tto the Insurreoito inil tlnd it big cil, hrntion i boiganl. JEWELRY IS STOLEN INPLAINS THIEVES BREAK INTO PLAINS TRADING COMPANY'S STORE I AND GET BOOTY. Plains, .ay 7.-(,pe.i. , )-Ci-ning entrunue into the Jiweiry departmentl of the Plains Trading comllpanly bl' smtushintg the plate glass of the front door, robbers early this tmorlning helped themselves to. several hondrel. dollars' worth 4. chains, watichis andt rings. The t deed Was evtldently done by some one familiar with it 'rI to ,tnd the htm'lts of the etmployes. It Is tihe cutstom for one of tihe pro prietors or it clerk to rimaint in the store over night, but this was tnt duone last evening. iour empty trays and it kidy's watch were fotund outside the store. VWith tihe exception of one till, brotike,i nothing else it the store was touched. A susplilitous looking cihiractietr was In the store yesterday, but he1 cantnot h. /ound todiay, and a description hais been wired east and west. MANY REBELS KILLED BY FORCEOF RORALES Puabhl, Mexico, May 7.--Twenty-two rehels .tre killed and 12 woulded yes terday at San Nichotlaq de Los Ranchos, where a party of 70 revoilu tlonlsth was attacked by a detachment I of rurales. The federal loss was five killed anda three wollnded, according to reports, Although many rebels are raiding hacenldos not far firomn h.cae and attacking the smalnler towns, they almost always alandon theml after obtaning fresh supplies and what money they can find. Fear Is ex pressed that there will he un attack made on this town. WEATHER FOR THE WEEK. Washington, MAty 7. - summer weather will prevail throughout the country east of the Rocky mountains during the coming week, according to weather bureau calculations. Low temperature is predicted for the Pa cific coast. . Indications arb there will he no rain In the next few days except local'show eri In the middle west and northern PaOiog states. ALLEGED DYNAMITERS PASS QUIET AND UNEVENTFUL DAY James McNamara Assumes a Cheerful Manner, but Mc Manigal Becomes Morose Because of No Word From Home---Mrs. McManigal May be Witness With Her Husband. Lo,1. A\rtu l, s, \I.1 " I I. , tt .eir , l ht t i ll-nt ltl le ln lv d ic l s ,'tt lh l" :ilt,.t - l iNh :ind friinllll4s, \\'),. ; pt,'' jisI|it Ii g 1t1 1' Ia'seilln it I'llnltI ' shl l',ll.,Jt ;llltl . .ic , vNla. lr lll. th, a ti iri.ý, n. i t jj i' t p hi'i ."1tr , i, . I'1i ii t , 1 , ill, thIII l ,V I '. t, i i ll l y tel\ al l\" 'l It 111n." t ph ltu , of tll, it. .' *.n,. is tis." fil\1in uI h, ll 'II' lI\t' II I Ith. llar' ..' - i ll h:\ 1 1t :1n nit."thl Illi. I. 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Ilitinglit tll hl.s r, -all. .l ,',,tll,.nti,,h DIAZ WILL RESIGN TO INSURE PEACE Mexican President Says He Will Yield to Demands When Co n science Tells Him the Country Will Not Fall Into Anar chy. feto to t th w ap. l of' lit ..h i ,idcr ing his intetItIon to rIs.ignI ti presi thlis n nll ller the, presli,. e t has; virlltually tei'Odd to the d(liinI s of Il' rant.i.si" 1. .tndero that h- lliitke l nnouncemll (of such Inten lttion. As to when peace is. aitually r, StoredI ((lnetral lu.i reseirves thit right to I|be tlh jut.ite. In Itih wordsi of tite manifsto, it will be ";then his con e(lence tells hlimt that he will not lliav his ,ountry In unarrchy." The pirnIhdefit said hils dh-termhinllo not lto relinquish th te prosiliency it this timle Was no, t l it I( to vanityv or to lo of power, Iee nos,. Os he piint ed out, l)ower at this time had noii attraction aclcompnnied na; it is by tro mIendftlii resp~tont:i bilesl ui Wo'ill'yV. He onid he was pir inopted solely by it de.ir'n to onlnServe thL. hIost hilt rsitH of his counlltry. The president itadel it clear thatt he does not propose to i lhlm l fill-te IpIoI denoy While hit ('cointtry ist wa:r LLand that h1e wolld nt tlldo tl at a.Iy ti-nme under compulsllnll ,tl. No Notice for Rebels. President Dloaz's tiuilfesto will Ibi, imatde publie tiolmln ''row s nlt)rlnig., liit It will not be sent olcltlully to Jildge Carhajal for triunsulissioull to I)r. Vas illweS (tolmne/. Tho pronlisi of thiu preo ident is made to the p',oi',- of Mx(tx io, and t ts re(olplt hiy tl,. i, ,il iutinillts -will bhe Inhcidental. Tlht it wilil Ibe eont to them hinmidliatuly, Ihowever, by private inJlivhhi itlI, is r tegardll its o - tirely satisfar ury by Ihli ,i. It Wits at ia c.hinthtt mootintlg to day that the ipreslent announcllled to hls Inlilisters hils decisio. . I'or two *fIco . fey+" r- "A ti - · 2l - THE NEW METH4ODIST' CHURCH, I CHIEF OF POLICE SEBASTIAN. 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I her f t~ i lo l - drn, Iu l .1 Sri,, ,,len 'T ll'y lh:II,: Il.i"d NOW COMES ANOTHER COMIC OPERA RUMPUS l'L t l' ' Ill . \ i.I' , . ,I'I tl, i ; t I ll i ' f l' il, . \ N el 1i \ 1. h'01 r,'44 :o i 'I"1 , | i,:ntu fle lt III it ,I 11, i,'; ,ll:1 tl shl r -, J P rowh \ t.i,./ ., l]t . .. ii 1 , . hil 1", 1 1 - T I . .1 : \ i" : .' , III I \ l , l. t . l " UNION TROUBLES. a kLu l ol l 2'.11a ill I, '' lh,- THtI A l l li , hl\l inl the, Ili 'h .1"tr " , , ~ 11 ~ f ll, I nll ,l il1n y il l~1 t 1 c I ,i i , I V !' Str, rttH allil- ' Way C'lill llllyl I"1 ti,1%, four wr"ni's wot.r hurt. \\W illbu t it. ghi'ert ii I - ' Ilv ~ I'h i , t' Ilu l, Ik; w o,, 4tr, ,l, hi :i 'ur. l' ,h),rt is r,t,lly hnjir.e , iolldhl t, r l i,`o r1" , Mil ir n i ll' o hf th : w ', s ill kh''. l willl Ul l, ll" 1w;11," . 11," W it s l lr r e l . l ld . T o l I it r ' , a t : ,i l l i sa the Iuuatl. WAS ELECTED PRESIDENT IN 1884 AND HAS HELD OFFIC.E EVER SINCE. MADERO WAS HIS RIVAL Innurrec.ton Took Definite Form on November 20 Last and Has Been on Act ve Operation up to Present Time- Principle of No Re-elctIon Is Cause of All the Trouble I , " . Ib' l Hý+ ml,,nhlh r 1,, I i. n, n ha 14; I* nas t444e. ',.d at ith,. .'nil -f hi- t.-rmn hv (lIn , r':l M ,:Irl. I t;,h Ih v ll ( , 'ro,'ning , Il J. ' III:i\ , It Io t h 'l 4 . l i. t 4 ¢ )* i l i llt ii I lr.lI j,,I I< :lhI :h.i l,,ga.n l, n it"f tl) I IWn I1t llhý il t ii li 4t'," 4'.i * l t..t ;rttll in 11 4 hi,. tal r t." , tI pr, il",.nt for the $t ." ni:l tl lli hl,. r hl, h,*nl-bcr of othner * 'l't, l h'4l in 'it,. , " a t it.s lthu n, tli d un-l i JIt. sr attaiin. siiI tr . nil. l.op tlaln . Ile '.,.i, . hit+ imnh#lt fool" tihr eighlth ti :, .I n " . 1911. Madero Against Diaz. 1ranlilsv, , Af.de.r,, member of one of Mixj a r,,' :u'ilthrilet funlitles, Was 'anlih lta for the presidency agailnst it l.. the piih.' ,pal pitank of his plat r.11r h, ii nrti-re-.h.itiiln. In Nove. n her, 1'.in. .1Iudroi \was9 c'onvitedl of In iii ni the p'teople to rt'ti.lllon and was I1 pai:i'd,' Into Texna after n ln rP rlog. td :aI i talr ,l iupil 111ti fllowers to Joinl in it ~t~Poioral revolti on Novelber ,i1. i.r , lt' th..r, hail hIt',;dn scattered ,ittlurl ant' tlhrltlgIollluIt the republlo ilt thi' nsulrr.ltii:n tana k its first de e - nilte form on this dit+'. The MadPrlatas I-sued :a manitfest", in wvhclh they sald the Iri..n.. t it ri .l' ct- . hall hti (n enforced ;it iht, p+'it o1f thi hnayonet, chilarged I iax : th ilt 'm+ponsthllity for the up riintg nld dlehla''l him Plectlion null.and vt 4l. T'h." Irinlple ofl nol re-election S.s14 m;i to' hi' th, nllll'rlell Iiw. ofe thei r I nhll,.'t , il4 l Ii:.z a fN declatred ilt Provisional President. 'This ni4 nift4hio t,'as datd Octoberr 5. andi \ir t hlreulugat-dn prvlnttlly for more St month111111 before It hatlne publbic. Onrl Ieemi-laer 2:1 M.1fdrro prclailmpd himself pironvlistl l presil~dnt oif 1Melou an1, was frli'ly lina: gt ratei d lon hisr e4a4te it i t1'anll:a till )1e'embehr 1, the man,, d 4ay that Idta bg4nn4 his eighthl t in this day i1z madeh his first over ilri in theI Irhisti. sending a com'misl ; ratll ,i l'hlhulllhll , ,ff4er4inK terlns but e1,heil: 4Ill:t h'1 penaLlty of contln Ind rI't1.1l11l14' tlitill bh.e deatth. Th'otl formul, K'~r,' rvejerti'd1. T1'he most im p.r't:t'nt battl I' ioer ,' tfought on the ll tllhrn h ril hr, bill i lnt le llnsurlrecton <hiostd fighthig strength In 12 states. I',, exllt formal Ieffolrts to secure T.fat, so fa4r s the general publil ,,l oxY. 1 II '.14 1 It,'l0,il ] l:ly. 411 Atur)11 kIww, .rred l i ebrtt'iry 26, but L imantour, tlhe (exte1tn minister of ti Imae, r.-ached New York from P'arls andl :,Lent s veral day; in oenference IIth tihe railhr and Ir',therst of 4the lr.bhrl hid,.lr. M,,enishilh thn. 1 'i'ed Statesi htl numsed 21.1 ,11) non tlhng. the' M. 'xlti'eu hl.'rd , whi'1 t'h fle''.t tlas tord'red to 4 :I41.t , 1'l 11 4' 'll:Itltl''' I I'tl WOrk l f leve sta ol i 'f f i 'tiant:trti io on the. 1ast roast 1111 1 ,loff ln I4)4 hI a444 Hunl Ildro lin thit Il' lfi'. Ordersl for thll0s im bll i : rI t:Ir l l: ll hic'h this g ,er n ent lt t4 Il hl I t. th.h' , n "\e,, at . The fruits "f 4im!~ oto onf."rnre w th the M I", , : in N. i .York wtlter'' neIiv r dt'finl te. I ,ll i l* 0. . do If :it, is ll Interruptio'n of ! rtil h .I '. coni't+rt' d, howrver, th,. lh,,t no iim i f date effect, the rebel lien t \gt Pri.reta and the i nv, iunt ato Jatir;', follnr Ing after Il. i! m r r1 \l rned to 1l.'t ico ( lty, l, r",I ,t, tulhina.nts of the rublsi near ih,, !,.llt it|l- f indicated that the li ix ntlo afti' l n ,tW:+s In IL more rrl ul "il 1, ..... ' 1.. I, hall hero sttp \' .rI ." n lw n IF'rta.elso Madero, , , : , , J s, u n .ini p d alit thill gate':; ,1 ,1; ', ;. 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