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MEXICAN INSURREClTOS PLAN T0 MOVE
THEIR FORCES TO SOUTHERN COUNTRY
Tattered and Torn, but Still in the Ring, Gentle Dove of
Peace Is a Much-Abused Bird and the Peace Commis
sioners Are Still in a Sad State of Suspense.
€ 0Yof JUAIf.Z ,?
Strjet scene in Juarez, showing the
Mexioan huts, many of which have
been completely ruined by the insur
recto cannon. Below, the old church
to which the federals retired for their
last stand against the attacking army.
PROSPECTS FOR PEACE.
JI ull I"'l, ; . xi u,A ll y 1,.-- an
1 a. Ith' hl ui'| . t lilt. l ,offl ll l.'ace
vll oy o"f (It' fi 'l l'l gollvr irn ent.t
iailll Iriianlal, I. i 1,hbi. ro, Jrl., resli
('nlltr'i i n|Ill, I f tiir l feTi r I neii ', tlii. lt
IIIWliteL i ll i ti'1,i. k tonigh t i (ll-,
Ml tderl'llo h ' .lin 'I, the utiisr1ri'Is of
'fuirl Ilrli n1 1d1k, ral' mIl rvivodr of I ll
nil I II'I'IeIII go-bet | , a'niI %' 1iI) 1 lil %.(.
endeavo red to bring about pleu",
wror present. iinor (.nrhjiul
brought Ii'sh itl l prolpositions whh h
lhle govr' lln . .nt Is dispow i to ,"n
ideWr, Sa u it i tion.Led that ,pon
pii '(liH w : het t' ;ii lit Im ii
thll of '(,uill(iuie,i till, hut ' llf iltlq'l. it '
tlorlnd In thi, tlurbl' nti t riptshll(. . A
luhIl, ntat lllldi.ll.minl t Ix 1(nt ix
piloieti, until tll u, orrow, I+tt.he n ll lnor
l der o will .fer i his e inet.
IJuarez, iiay li. 10-lot, on' dov't of
at all tunme. ()liv+ rmach baully bent.
Thils advertixene.t milht wIll t be
the work of i grout' of disxgted and
eIr who r', still ind allin'e. N wii
( eitiedrl l I 'ijoe ll' 11thr' l t dvisers 1of
P'o..'viso al .'rehldenlt ailh n aii lul'tre
paring to try pl. \detlr tti ,tiad of Ms lt as
a s,'dativ,, sprinkle for fiet. w .ary bird.
Today plrparatio.ns ir a rigor.u o
pushilhgn o i lln + . Ie revolullton at it stand
Mtill foi " Ih," t llh ,' h|'lo -g hecia , , of t h(1,
ictolary of Jtlunr', usul the f lrst serialls
efl'lorl to make the plrovisi.ln;ol goc
.lrlnlnl t of . lanethinK mol. l
tllitul H aile, ti're grml. ly evidel t.
War Situation..
The t1ar stullu iil Ilmay he elltini i.
its follows:
('.hlilmthltia, then .eloxi'o City. 'l'his
plan of P,talplligil is not mllttelel it*
even dlislia<.t In pnhI il ,l , the lr'v -
l tiont li s, b u t, l tl rth it less, it is i n th,0
T h e ,in d e rl ; l n il lt ,la t ller . I ,as b te e n'
inert s.ed by h Iuvy o 'llislntil ts of n 'l
lnuteers to ilusi to --,0i we\ll'l-rined
litO1.
Plants fort. giving lattlh too (I .moral
I( tabalgo's force of f l 't hirals, ' ,epoi'tedl
yespteirdy inulirelhilg north to attck
Juarez, have been gone ivir' thol'lugih
ly 1ind( appr'oved,
M o st o f ti e Jl ri z h astinire to itrti l
of ocCu, tlii will 14001l lll1iVi, 1m,1h
Wrt1'1 am a purt of the wil'r planl. Tel'l
HAMILITON MEETING
ENTHUSIASTIC
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HOLDSj
RECEPTION FOR NEWLY.
SECURED MEMBERS,
lntlllllton, MaIy 1 s.-(Ha welul.) -An
enlthuslastic and ratica)'lt l mIlletilng wats
held this evetning when the inew men11
burs of ti; chamiiter of cmintllcre/wero
wehlcolmed bY that body. A vote of
thanks was giv-nl the three teaimis tha:it
have been in the flol ul'rillg the past
Week. A colmilmun sense, lpractictalt talk
along advtertslling lilines waiu given by
C. C. RicharIls of the Ulirnos--Crosby
tcomltpuny of Chicago.
Presldent (Owens appointedt the f-I
lowliig delegates to tile Interiitonittahi
Good Roads convention: P. J. Hhan
lion, R. W. Beck, J. t. 'i'I'urence, R. L.
Perkins ad N. ket. M. Sackett. ollowinig
thills appulntrnett t. general diucusnetion
,, as held in regarl to the good roads
question and the park -to-purk high
way and all invitaltion will hie extended
the counlty coimntllslllioners to uttend at
good roads meeting inll -luillltonl. This
assenibly will Ie held within,alll short
time,
A risintg vote of than.ks Was given
to Ben Ortll, road supervisor, for the
excellent work done in Ill: district. Ti
work that has been done on the spotted
fever, investigation during the past
month was discussed.
At the conclusion of this discusaslon
the meeting adjourned to the Model
Cafe, where a luncheon was served.
STIMSON NOMINATED.
Washington, May 16.-President
Taft today formally nominated to the
senate Henry L. Stimson of New York
to be secretary of war, and C. . Mil.
lington of Herkimer, N. Y., to be as
sistant treasurer of the United States
at New York.
• I I
CuURC5C G V PA1 UP,.
mIanIII recl:''~vte fromll thnorni''l ],ligntroni.
34xl'o C'ity indl il nilltlhl't'll ulXIi.o
ntait;Lle tihe. oIuth ern11·Il llendlllr |landl neP lry
1'',000, 1(,11 h)n tin ' fild nlll nlllt 1"
\'*(ill!l| c'I!- iil.,l ';I l , i-Ih. l1nt. \\to t' llh Pl'1'1
Vlisional Prle'sillentl .11sl ern~'I.
Rabago Turns Back.
A. . I n ,n;o r o i n' . i t e ri( ; { 1 1 I tli l li l m !.ing m ,l
Iuit lli t. I II. ll I,,, P I Irl'.Ied i t th,
bc r|(r Illd fr(ml ol i b unhaJl m alllnd ull
l '(.rt..d tIhll (l 10'h, lr;l rllhl : .n a 'g f rCqletl' h dlll
{ll'litl ] |,,l {'l . h'lll. i ll Ih,.v ri.ll v,:(| I (Ii·w.
tIrn1 d lh, l \lflill n l ln r Vl l ,tlt b Iill
|frllyte jil llo tue'lt. unit hlr nllwe
w e"1 r'(''a'l% d w ith ill ter'i't by" tilt
'lill ]l ",II whi, hill v i r. .itrtn edlll t
Sthirh pr'lelpallation fo1 1 1 eI l ni . 11 ar hlarii
fo rc ,.c o f inrlllt t , u. n hr { he In l nu -
diate 1 ununund of ll ( JI'IJyIW m\i (1Irozen1I
tun·tlhwad tonlflol''llcl the rl1 11111w.
hIavl bH' wat ll|hli. the oI Irthwardll'
t'lit t itt r ti tiT u ti r ,pii t firit ( .n111111
thtit ( f thtl lilhaul, h it .tili northi
w'.ith a. }lar'.ge boir(% if mien i i\Jth till ob-)
iltI, I nll I , n('[ llti l lb'el, l llf l t ihlt 1,l.1
l Ia;dat aind alar %, tihltll l, \whoh0l emHIn
I 'tr i Iw lll lvl'i I llm aI olf u i i tih r 1r 1 urI
Juirft ito n.nltui, khisw jalld i thtli th i il
a•lll'r tiona' rie... i telll hl . I'eld ;( 'e bit, ingl
r a p li d l y u li i nt 1 .l
Jt i1s pinhnned, titerrow'l')\ to) Hi'IH hl'a-ge
19odies' of thl' tr'oo)lls al JuIares7 Isoutlh
hbv tlralil asl for u1., ll.lllrlha , .AhumluldIn
(Ill g..lnera'll planl ofl enmpal|iig.n bingll
martl''h of1 I~the fe(01 rnilf w\ilhs a forl'.'e ofl
beltween~l 3,500 mllis 3,000t 111.l. Thell ('up|
t ure~d I'ul hil-irr an'll. ild ilounlltut i
h wi\vtzer.s \ ill Ibe tiiJkin tol the frontlt,
with a. p)lentifull siupplyl )f. unnintll|ni
timl. Jllntts, th11 prlolvi..ional no'lt oIf
go'v''llllent, wviii be h'ft an1 adehqulntt.
garlrlil'onl, bult lith, field oif aciit'tl y No
fiar 'iiN (1lt wair itself Ia (collcrned,l will
slhlft itwal fromll tlills ipart of{ the I iteld01
Statit h.H r|)l r~.l'
GCONTEMPT CHARGE
Will STAND
WIRELESS OFFICIAL MUST BE
PUNISHED FOR REFUSAL TO
PRODUCE BOOKS.
W'nenllgtuo, .I5y 1..-T'h', ulpr't'me
Icurt of the United Statis todlay up
lproved tile Ircenlt !sentence of col
tenipt imlposed in the New Yorkl
cour'ts on Christolpher ( . Wilsoni, o tife i
Uniti ed Wireless compilany' Ie.n(eIusei1 of
refusal to permit the exilminatlon of
the collmpany's .ooks.
I1y this dechshon the federal govern
tnent Wn a far-reach ing controversy
in that officials of the corporations
canllnot refuse to give up) plossensHion
of orpl'lration books for ,exi itnlllltion by
grallnd luries, lest ttIcy thllelsellvcs be
inerlitinuted thereby.
Th(*e ie'intencel of contempt Ilmpose.d In
Ne'w York courts on Wilson was based
on'his action. In defeating the attempts
of il grand jury to examine the books
of his corporation.
In 1910 a sulbpoena t ddressued to the
United Wlireless 'Telegraph copany
end not to any Indivldual, as Is usually
the case, was served on officials of
the company, directing that certain
hooks of the company be produced for
examnlinaton by the grand jury which
was Investigating "an alleged viola
tion of the statutes of the United
States by Christopher C. Wilson." It
is said that the investigation had to
do with alleged violation of the postal
laws. Wilson himself appeared In
court to answer to the subpoena but
he declined to allow the grand jury
to examine the hooks or to turn them
over to the directors of the company
for production In court. The ground
for his refusal was that the books
would tend to Incriminate him.
The court also approved the con
tempt sentence Imposed on William
Dreler of New York, secretary of the
Lichstensteln Millinery company, who
had also refused to produce booksl
WOOROW WILSON
ON POLITICS
PARTY LINES 80 DISTURBED;
THAT THE PEOPLE DO NOT
KNOW THEIR PARTIES.
Rlt Ii'r'liil ' n ic t, . .1ayt -- t. - tII 'i ell- i I
I ttagit/I g sign thin I c(fIn iii lu1k r1I' - i
til l tlliigs before the t' . Il dll
those thltg hod 1,tt nlny nut bh, iill
(lllt of ltlh room, but ret lie gt'llnlro'u l (a
I ppi slet'."
W'hel n 1)r. 1V11 tidri.t 1111\\I , .'.t - i
tlrlor of New Jtersty, il.t , tin fo", -
going sltatnill~ t her .oll ilght, 11 .s thi, r
guest of thi Y hle, limitrvitnr'd anft 'fril, - " I
til,, club of Mun 1'Fri elsc. , it tin fill
lro ptl ltti lddr'ess In whict h he ult'acki'd
p llltictl coir'I'ptl'n,)l hiu h.l rrsl Ilitiughed
ll ll iltluded. 1)r. \\tilonn tal l th
r' tmrk alufter Kt iril' g l thl t 11 hlljltllll
thus ' ll 1d lltl g tl II'ItI ttll,)llflti thihit
Iido not take orders from luthste higherI
iup hri sl,. hin t l tlhti po il ou.I, ' I lilit
l nists in natin 11 tl affairs.
"'rhi r.1 ll (,l'e w ,ro g.b l , N w, I, hils h gitl
itp it Kha tt I|te -ltll' t Ihut ,'t l iti agi It- ,'
it campaign lof lidnittl( .l KllIlin. el' havei '
nh TO INVES TIGATE DEATH.ins
llare. Am ittl tt hIt' olllll n lIin rated her tl I
gaze upon material things, without
.it have it'cs ed Ii nt1 strlge surround
igs.
of diret legisltIt" it ' I. i I" ttse i " u lts t
of the ,tate- roprnIn nthtiv govern
TO INVESTIGATE DEATH.
St. Petersburgh. iy 15 -The cntrnllII
," golrnnett today dispatched M1. %h t
IIff and 11. 1l1n lcl high offc1ilatr of the
m lln t ,ry of juIiii, to ltalrt to Investi
h(triatlin boy, Yus!hinkI, whose death
hns ,t used thu1",ts to b. m. de of tr
muinsu-re of Jews in that city.
SFRANCIS SCOTT KEY,
MEMORIAL
l Hultlort,, Md., May 15, -The Ir'ni's
Scutt Key ll"merorial statue erected it
.Mrs. \1111Uiiitn illlora. it grundduugh
ter of the author ,It ~Thetr ai,-4pn
NEW
GRAND
Theater
THE HIT OF THE SEASON
"The Kiltie Duo"
A Pantages Headliner
Positively the best musical act ever presented here.
"Duffy"
In Irish wit and song
Miller & Cleveland
In a sketch, "Come on Lemon."
Song by Mr. Pelletier
The Grandiscope
Watch for the Amateur bill tonight.
The "Count"
will appear with "The Countess" at both shows.
Look Out for "The Countess"
pgled I ntliitIer," relithletd ci1It drlpe ry andII
W. Stuart 4ytuingt.t, d.liv'red thlt.
tld.tdl l ,tol'ry ddres-. Mluyqqr M al.lll,,l ta4
ceptld tihte mtlntora.l l tot' tls .'tl .
'lThi' intllilornl tnke,+ the f1,1 l 1 'f n
ifountatiiLn. The lfIll tof K'.y 1tlInlds
en thel g1thIIleI t, h Cl'e f .1 twhel)ltl. h1l hIut
off ,till his featnrol al nt' i tu' . t at figure
irpr'esentiing liberty
"The mlel n ri l 1' the gift ,.f tilh, i r(
thhries l+. Marilltll of tlll1 eity. .
GRACEFUL AND ATTIACTIVE
WOMEN.
p'lu tmp; if e you Mtile rlllltll. in yourl
rl i that ' ou aii t' oI t, piruel of: if yl. nr
kin in 'l alit.tlh r I 'ki tlJet Lto pll pllll o r
hlaekhtnds. tlh., ll-- -N, s.tonu h
tablth' f(or ttwo nlike anl nti4'.ie th,
! it. t enlhl iliit .1' th, t hin p oi'.lt li.' r
thettlr l e igeat11t Ith' lii't , ith 11i 11'e ih lie
It li nll'l llt I '+ni 'inR tho te llt w)1 % i lth tlll
1i11t( It, rind, tmisequent4i i+ Inll ,+"
tradnt't fr tont the feted ml tahliti a 0111r
ish inint matter ftr ti, btle l I.. -
trthl t'il. everi t (li' rt t11 the l ll11 1 I f i .
It'lel'l ill3r l ' . l iitelr't i lt't ih, lit'll) (.4
n,.lite body alny l.h-buildineg 111e
MI-(iu-N. Mtmailllc'h ti lltet e qlu.'kly
1u11111 tll Ilu,' 11 nii ii i, Ii tliat it tex
ttrnels from ftilt e ht " 1 ' i ll the 1'l.lmentl
nIlt-e sst ry to foriml g.1.-d, 1. .1111 l flesh.
if .you alre thili try two we '.ks.
toltirilhetl l of -II-N.A rto l alciih inho
lttsi; 1two with e'ui it 1al a ill Vwork
Mtl-()-NA Millullllh tihtlts arire gluIPr
atte ti teo cure Iltll lgetiol n, 1i4Tito' or
hlrontti(., or milte' . hIt.t Sold v It. 4 lioiorge
irulshelner andl druggis ts ' ,very+where
a it vit cents a "hr '1t. t
MISS CONLON RETURNS.
1i1ss Mary Conlon til e returned h ' ll il
i lng" lleiu 'h, I'utl, l ndl., l yesterday leftl
MissoulL for the (onleltin riutclt himlnt
aill'tior iia for i1 y ii' lr.
THE
ISIS
The Musical Photoplay Theater.
AN ENTIRE NEW PROGRAM
TODAY.
LOST AND WON.
plitres ev'er Imadeitt', teliing a tti".y
oi hiowl 14 weti)eart were broeught
th through moving Our Ad Tomorrow .
THAT AWFUL BROTHER
A 'i"medy sparkling with fun from
start to finish. Jii"t anlit long laugh.
FORGIVENESS 18 SWEET
A delightfully I iit.sting draila
of the liveI of two girls, "Thle Alit
,| d tihl0 Gra- hoppiter" although
,I I olm"e new n.)(1le td lg ngs.
Watch for Our Ad Tomorrow
1ONOHUE'S-The Man's Store DONOHUE'S-The Man' Smr
)B Jsjt QJen Clj sin
on Ihe Earth ".
What sense is there in
going to a tailor for a
"Benjamin" for half the
price. :
V PERTINENTw
ensit wanlin lotes ~
IAI
' . They are strictly all wool. They
A man who is careful of the _ -' are strictly man tailored. They
dress he wears has a much great- , j are built upon honor. They are t
er chance to succeed in life than priced in such a way that the
the man who is careless and smallest salaried man can own
don't care. a high-class suit.
* DONOHUE'S-The Man's Store DONOHUE'S-The Man's Store
GRAND CONCERT
Missoula Philharmonic Society .
GUSTAV L. FISCHER, Director
ROSSINI'STE
gossIso STABAT MATER
at the
University, , Tuesday, May 16,8:3"
SPECIAL STREET CAR SERVICE
Cars leave N. P. depot at 8:00, 8:10 and 8:20, returning after concert.
CHORUS OF FIFTY
Mrs. L. C. i'ettitt Soprano , Mr. H. M. Barratt ..... Tenor
Miss Hazel Tietjen Soprano Solosts Mr. Eugene Morin Baritone
Mrs. T. A. Price Contralto Mr. Gustav Fischer ......Violin
Don't Fail to Hear Missoula's Best Talent in This Inspiring Music.
REMEMBER-THE LAST CONCERT THIS SEASON.
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Are you watching our
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cllrl', (. M. Alui.Ierslol. A picture portrayed correctly.
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