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' .» SQVLI·~~i~'i:h~?FYj~,~Z I i~* -b -.i* .AM .N1 ft' t~il~~·-?i··~. ··y .y . * ...."I FR ,$ *.O. el.O tie !e' * 'd* $meny o epends w#ter( Uisi Men Witl Be Osled " 8 .Aý I t,ýp; r .pthesio of Matanensr efene. Ptoid . Washint. Jan. 10.-To divulge Sthe McNamara de s i Morrison, secretary the Federation of Labor, ther, cashier of tha S the depos tory OIqds, will r bseve morning for l to a subpoena federal tohd ry tat te mln. gEach mpal, Ith i apear before' the flera ts .Thursday. Wiei.s ste aofficials were tee nt to ethero other na nal ,, 4ould be s.m Tbst 16i t* at Indianspolls, ylol offlicals, had td tencompass allt hih-.lth the McNa td lt confalsions. The ee, i't developed, S ~rat judry Inquiry ate impo..eat - mp al heavy sty h lea of kdiowl of f from the properly .. . t es. 'Ths statute po known as "the '"whoever, l owledge at !atua4p ' bt the orb soon as y a knowny the Sit the 4asea, or ae a sit vl or military au the.0 UJ nited States, Shail f h0t re than $500 or im pet otore than three years ai Of the department of jus tice wd. 4dsinchined to discuss the ap. plicatlon of the statute, declaring that everything depended upon the development at Indianapolis. The othht? statutes invoked at Indianapon lis refer to the unlawful transporta tion'of explosives and the conspiracy statute Ihaking it a crlme. for two or more persona to oonspire to break a federal lawS "The misprison of a 'elony" section, it It said, could be applied to knowl edge of violations of the other two laws. Depends on Morrison. Indianapolls, Jan. 80,--Whether any other labor leaders of national proml nnos ae to be called in the gov ernn t Investigation of the dynamite ..Iicy is to be determined by he a i$e5)*1e of Frank Morrison, aeW tU 6O the American Federation of bor; fbefore rth federal grand jury ,Thurseay.. D8trlct Attorney Charles V. Mlillr said today no subpoena had pbelp Ipeued for President Gomnpers and so f ria he knew it was not likely Gompers would be called. It was In timated' that Whait Mr. Morrison had ,to say in bhi testimony would decide 4whether it would be necessary to sum mon .ny other federation officials. vestitgaittl allegations that money Sptonu.led on Page Six) Class A_ History CXLVI.--OUT IN THE COUNTRY. The use of The 'Missoulian class ad is not confined to"thes people of Missoula. The Missoulian class ad has fliends and patrons all over western Montana, } i where- ihe people have learned by experience that it *)em t jitwhat they want. Here,is, the way The a . |tSlmn class ad settled the difficulty of an out-of oily this, week: M LP WA°NFRRaP PMASLL. WANTIED-oaRL FOR OHNARALI housework at St. Ignatius; nb wash-i SIn t. Apply 3 to 5, Tuesday after noon, at 480 University avenue; hlis .ý souls. Thlslittle. ad brought numerous calls. On the sec :Iy . . i.ts.publication, the right girl inquired and | i gyp;. Fortunate indeed, are thou, people y learned the effectiven.. f lss ad; 1 .TdWa0ya aP es are m ad they a.d.money The Missoun class ad S alfel .dfirectlons t 4the same tline; thousands it ,.every morning; at t e s. t of one .L a nr..eut q rWQ 1'n4 wat a . ' v. JOsePH rolQ, HEAD OF t-x. SY *r~ATR #PPPI4M#.* Is Taken Into Custody in Connetoten With Deatbp ,et .?g tan D ,i of Monday in ".I, S-- f u tin Prison, 'Without *onds-Situatide Quiet, but Lookout Will Last Long. lawrence. Mass., Jan. 30.--Charged with behig an accessory to murder, Joseph J. lttor of New York, leader of the textile strike, was arrested by officers of the state police Just before midnight. 10ttor was taken at his hotel as he was preparing to retire. Expectlng ar rest, he had made preparations to secure hall but was not allowed to give bonds. The charge against the strike leader Is in conncction with the death of Anna Lopise, a striker who was shot in an outtreak last night. The bullet which caused her death was fired by some one in the crowd of strike sympathiners, the police allege, and was aimed at the ground, but re bounded and struck the woman. Before making the arrest the police anti military auLh itiles took extra precautions to prevent any outbreak among the strikers. Ettor's arrest was not unexpected, but It was thought that some other charge would be made against him because of his Alleged inflammatory statements at publlo meetings. The state police later arrested Oc 0 M. Glovannlti of New York, who abeenJtlrik. Leq4 r Bttor's right 4 man. He, like littor, is charged Sbeing an accessor to m rder in . .opise.; "lo~atinltl Is said to be. the editor of a New York Italian news per, lp was htid. without ball. .With the exception of an early' I morning outbreak ,when a Syrian striker, John Rami, was so seriously Ilanjqred that he died tonight, the tex tile st Ike situation was quiet today. Aru>id militiamen patrolled the streets with orders to shoot straight I If need be to enforce orders against demonstrations of any kind. Apparently this 'had its effect, for no efforts were made to hold mass meet ings or parades. Only three of the mills were Idle to r day and it was claimed that a larger number of operatives than yesterday reported for work. Colonel lweetser has granted per missloni for a parade of strikers in connection with the funeral tomorrow of Anna Lopise, a striker, who was aclcidentally shot yesterday, but only after Strike Leader J. J. Ettor had ' agreed that it should be purely a funeral procession and not a demon stration. It is expected that nearly 1CO000 strikers and sympathisers will e be in line. No efforts were made today to bring about a settlement of the strike. The s s1klrs' committee ignored the sur l. .elon. of 'Governor Foss that the d operatives return to work for SO days, y pending a settlement with the oper ators, il JBPERATED. Madison, Wis. ain. 80.-The pro y posal to adopt the commission fortp o- f govetnmet was defeated here to 4sv., fii, London. Jan. 340.---Tl'he I eriousness of ;and this may"' a.el't in death and loss the Chinese revolution, plrticulhrly na"f I prop)erty to t reinl r shhilents. Amer applied to foreignerln In tle national rcan troops hac tet ni landti llnt wilt oapltal In I rklng has scarcely Inlotllt r much plptetlon as im possible cpt n kin, rly The American *iinistvr has advised all appreciated tup to the present moment. Alnterloans .to -4ek safety, as he fears An attack it expected at any minute1 therei will be htnig In Peking. ROOSEVELT WOULD ACCEPT IF 'TWERE UP TO HIM Trenton. N. J., Jun. 340.--Thiat (o nnel R to vtelt wei l Io ms t',' dt'litne to take tlle nl nlltison fTir Iresident thtni heit' wtiJkf de lln Iti t, tin lll.t if needed In tinlme, f war it the opin lun of Lynnlltli I. Ab,iott, on, of the editors of The outliloik, contalned n a letter i rectived.lre today by dsl ..wM: . Mtoiies; former over*or eof New Jersey, %,: '"I ami convinced lie does not' desire the lnomllattin Ittisl 'will oIter no contest for It," writes Mr. Abbott, however. r..Mtokes vilyamed the Outlook office last wtssk, had an intelrviehw with dolonl I)olloevelt annd suggested he write a lstter delfining his Ipsltion relative to the presidency. The letter from Mr. Abbott given out by Mr. Mitkes today i~ pr'efatced with a statement that Mr. Abbott has no tulthority to, speak for 'olonel ROosevelt, but that in the past two yentn he i 111t11 iha an exiS cellsent op) portunity to lanrn Colonel Roosevelt's opinions aind the, wor'king of his mind: SINKLIN WIL. NOT STATE HIS STAND AS TO1 BRERY ACCUSED DETECTIVE MAY BE RE SPONSIBLE FOR INDICTMENT OF DARROW. Los Angeles, Jan. 30.-"Dld you make a confession to the granld jury supplying the alleged fuats on which Clarence Darrw,. chief counsel for the MONanaras, was indicted for jury bribery ?" "Will you become the state's star witness in the ir:.l *'' of Darrow, under an agreement ,t' iInounity?" 'Tiese two q(uestions we're i)put today to Bert Franklin, the McNanmara de tective accused of having passed the bribe money to Juror Robert Bain and 'Venireman (ieorge N. LAckwood, and )his reply was: "If I am placed on the wittntes stand I shall tell the truth. I will not Pet~jure myself for anybody." At the satne tine he maintained that there was no understanding between him and the prosecutors with regard td immunity. As to the reports that the 'hqd confessed to the grand jury his 'alleged part in the corruption of the McNamara jurors, Flranklin said he had been before thl. Inquisitors too aborr a time to have told very much. "You can take it front me," he stated emphatically, "Bert Franklin never will go to tile penitentiary. No leniency has been promised me and there is no arrangement at all be tween me and' the district attorney's office, W.' Joseph Ford, the assistant diptrvct attorney, has never been at msy, house, nor my office, and I have not been to his house nor to his of iloe, either, since a few days after I was arrested, and I went then to ob 't$in some property of mine. "'At present I expect to go to trial on February 27 on the two bribery 6harges pending against me. I ex peet a jury to be drawn then and the t-lal 'to proceed t ietlarly. "If I am put on the witness stand In this or any other case, I shtll tell the truth. I will not perjure myself for anybody. But I kMlabi rmy right. Within the law and I shltl.tali' dd sant ge of them," '1',istant Distrlct Attgppey W, Jos h: Ibotad tefps6s to comment uion sklitin's sittemsent, or ta a oait Srftpepn wiih he himself hbel' wit supebrlor Judge IP'anklt R. 'Wiltl. be fore whom, FTnkIifs qusae, aa.'i'"h B$ foW trial; J'tdle Willis also' dq. 7Mned to speak of the meetiflt. SECREJARY MR[R SAYS WE NEED NEW SHIPS HEAD OF NAVY DEPARTMENT ARRAIGNS HOUSE DEMOCRATS FOR CAUCUS RESULTS. Wnshigtat n, Jan. 30.--Ahundonment of the pr grlim fir two ))attleships this year brlouht iut it statement from Mecretary or the Navy Meyer today. The action of the demKcratle caucus last night tlso catused activity in tho demooratle ratks In congress, with the result that anlother caucus to recon lider the hitter proibby will be called, 9ecretarmy Meyer arraigned the ac tion of thel dlemocratle caucus as "giving t nct ,r luhistration of gnv erlment by siiplt Judgmnent." HIe as sorted thalt "the Monroe doctrlne Is as blig as the tIaivy and no bigger ant the United Slttes, gullarantteeng the neutrality if the Pntama canral, must be prepiared to make good Its pledge." "Oven wiit a conttinuous proglra'n of two balttli'shlps a ypar," said eea retary Me.yer, "the tnlted Stlates 'will fall a little behind its present ef fectlvo strtength for the reason 41tat, 1it another year four of Odr battleshi' s built at the same period, will become non-effective. "The Dreadnought type is the war ship of the present time. One Dread nought built by a foreign power In excess of tthe nutmber built by ourselves Is equlvalent to Iwiping off our list at tone stroke the. Indiana, Massachusetts, t (Clltinued on Page Six.) WILSON COMMITTEE3 AN -UI IS TO SA ,E.NY RMIARRASSMENT Nashville, Tbnn. Ju. SO;--Robert Owing of Tennlp30*, member of the Woodrow Wilson state committee, re signed today, giving as his reason "the extreme pe rsonal bitterness which lately has dovei peO4 ) o' n n .'enry Wttterson and y ;fr' : Waoqrpw Wilson." Mr. 1 wing has bien active in Qovernor WiispIV, behaif ;fr Somre time, 'but 'soo' t . Mt', ', Y/tfs.j So~nly becdin.i ' t ofIthjr VVOv loincident, i Sav at rb nt upholidlin mp,; t qP M r lowine NIo r "I have n3o word of rady va tnre fromr CONSTITUTIONAL .UARANTE8S ARE SUSPENDED BY RE PUBLICAN GOVERNMENT. TRUQPS PATROL STREETIS Troublesome Strikers Claim They Have Twenty Thousand Bombs and Will Annihilate the Soldiers-Large Number of Agitators Arrested Trouble Was Stirred up by Royalists. I.lsotn. Jiun. 30.--4)wing to thet grave Iltiintilll enued by tih g'neranl strike It thI kelrt'ng of (l'.ttial t(rvatlhtl, t In-. tro l.tl lluri'~llnd the town. t ti11inforcr. n. ntl!ts lrFo cc ntltll tl l.y arri -V IItl., and because of the prmiience of troops. tlhere d..'re few dlidorders today. ltlherty to work Is guaranteed t by the goyvernment. There are 8.000 troops undler arms In llobon. where t thel1 stilt'nrl derlare they have 20,000 bombs with wichll they will be abtle, to annihiliwt' the soldiers. Severalt ibomnb already have .oll thrown with terriflu effect, t The government Is desirous of pro nervilng a moderate and prudent atti tlde and offers to concede part of the strlkersn demands, which Include release of strlhler, arrested lit dis turbann' so li ti, vrn f 'l .i'rlet and the dlrisnidl of the governor of t Evora. Martial Law. hult the si'ttlotlln was tonigEht such that ii a detemed expedient to pro ainti lmututltii liw In the capitaL A I hurg' nto lher of agitators already havet I)eenl arrested. Thet troops are runder ordern to, raid all suspectPtd plaCel, with the revisit timt wholesale arrestsu lavei bhee.n Ihrinde nbd Inntimeitabl fire arms npelsed. The prlsaners itro being I'!neeld hlourlliid ships In the harbor. Toward evening strikers easennbled in varlns quarters and bombs were thrown at mounted republican guards in It'io mulalotre fitnl in the suburb of Aitanlulre- troops were obliged to chargte Ithi ilmoih withi drawn sabers. Fomented by Royalists. The grivrllnmcnt has now ascer talned thaIt the strike was fomented by royalist,, who supplied the strikers in Ivra It ith $400,000. The Intention of i'h riyatLII . Was to send 1,500 urmed intoln across lite frontler Into eastern Pr, tug)l. that r -glOen being fa voraible to a monirhehy) antd start at general ulprising, but the government hurried reinforcements • there. It Is re.lpolted that strikers, bandits atnd sinuggltrs enticed I column of troops int,i the heart of the mountains near Evora , ',here the column was in daln ger of be!lnt sturl'iounde4 and wiped iut, buit wac towveld finally by rein forcemtent:a whit h were rushed up to its usal tntlite., IMPORTANT WITNESS DYING., Fort Worth, Texas, Jan. $0.--uffer ing fronmt at mysterious illness, ZMdward Throckmorton, son of a former gover nor of Texas, and prinoipal wvitness for the state lit the trial of J. T Snead, accused of mlrdel in connec tion with the killing ift Captain A. ti. Boyce, Is dying tonight at a local hon Spital. For several daly Throekmor ton has been in the ,ptmpany of two strangers said to be ~rivlti detectives. SBULGARIAN$I MURDER, Ilondan, Jan. 30.-*rpulirgllns last I night, accordlng to a dispbatch from I aloniki, raided a village In the Keup 1 rutu district and murdered six per t os, includling two women. They cut up the bodloes. - DONLAN IN THE EAST, -- Washlngton, Jan. 0.--(Bpecal.)- Slenator Donlan of MItwoala arrived in Washington today and left tonight for SNew York to visit his dalulghter, who Is in schoul there. OFP FOR I$EW YQRK, t Washlnlgtonl, Jan. I0.-(lpecial.)- I, Thomas Marltlow and '(Do'" Lanstrum Sof HtMlena left for N.ew York today Slatter a call at the.White House, Mr: Wilson or, front M). *Mttereon In rulation 'to the Ibtloft 1iou0 'i¶* Ad MYu determination to do ppthiMr, qyCqIal- or,~ personal, whih 'mlhht' 'lh any way whatever wound Mr, Wbtteruon, alonre hisdei, my actlon: ,4t! e e fs etliw* I'-Lebratati Is ,but right tbei.r wvnor Wilson should bb represented In th:e tmmediate,~Ioqg11tl, f ly 1 )a A0 ay embarraus.4; hencpte 'na& on. "Mr, Wattrhn ( Thorn hI in f h ~is "1l4 iteag hu olahS3:vI(vg*·~ 1%r '4ariuiw,',~ c bro. s )p ,. lqt Mbyor i . ft tonigt*t or R > d a.."purity anl d" /bntWloMEIS offto ,'na orders Issued,. ~ t~ the arrest of any girl undeeLao r:l? t of ?)8 rc6ld upon the streets of Butte attelP- 'cvlock, unless she be with i gtfUrdian. Mayor Duncan dertaresthe will take drastic steps ti 'stop oliitlng hy y6b.nI it'ks, a crime which he caIys haw reachied an rapplallng stage In Butte. V''hr mayor says he proposes to make youlg girls afraid to be out on the streets at night for fear of arrn,;. Any orficer, the mayor warnemd the forc,, will be dismissed Immediately If he lets anny youllg girl slip IIb him. DETAILS OF THE MOVE WILL BE DISCUSSED AT MEETING TO BE HELD TODAY. Pe'klK, .In11. J 3 It In ndllllo'rl)od that ilnnmlediatl atbdtlti ioif Ithe thIlorine I Ilas bee decited iullpon Its a rnlsut of the conf.erence today lvetwen tits fem prs.s dowagler. Plhine'. I'h1n, the ex regellnlt, alndl lPrilll t' hin.' tlhe elx pretluiir. in inrlltl rdllnle \mIllth 'ondlitlions laid dhwn by the republllanl. nnlttuly, i that the' limperial filaily land prin1i''s are to retain their lempty tilles, resid ing in Peklng ,or elosewheret' lit their pleasure and rqeloe lllanIual pensionsllll aggretintilng 3.)00,100 talli (l2,O.o00,000), and that the transfer of Ipowr will be effected with nts ittle ,lies of diglty to the throne as possibl.. The elnpress dowliager has nunsllllloned' a eabinet meeting tlomorrn\w to Ilrrtilange detallsa of the lhdiatli'loi\. lPremier' Yuan tl 111 Kill. In tla sllteent Ie the lnewplaperr, lverl his relniellllss 1t1 ii* oept almstl tlny soiltilon that will t.n 11rc pIlarl. He has no fear for thle counllttr"y's future, he siyr, if Ilhe Pot tlemnent is the fru'it if rea'n.tII, trutII atnu Justlehr. No Ambition. Yunn Shl Kul further says he has no annmbitlon to heepnmne lpre'lhkint a11Id I only desires the estlabhllsment of u stuble' governmllent. iiManyi sioldiers ere killed by the l 'x Iplslll of ir dylnallml lte nli lhtu ' lunder an1 ImIpleratlst trolp trailn whlch wasn pro c.'otlllg firomlI Slaklln, li imill northllll tf Ilankw. toII i Nan A hblomt was t hrown a' t thei vieh'roy, who wnmN trnv,,llllKg on 11ao1h1. train, hilt it str1uck the u''1a nadjniinlg killing it numt1ber oif oit lern, h l not injurting the vilCer,y (lhll rail ltungI P'1. it frno, r itln 1tluldantt oir the Illmperinll gluaruin, u'ho was lijurad Januury 27, byY I htumb thrownia t il (hlnallminn while the ien alt hi1 ho)lii, in Pekling, hots sinlie dhid. SENATORIAL DIGNITY JARRED SBtY A P.ROHIBITION ADVOCATE Wahlingtoln, Jail. 10..-Mary lHarris Arnmour, of lca.tnmuii, Ila., knawn Ini pia'blbtItlo alrCle's In her own sateta as "ThV ii Wcnrg ci)flaOi," Jiarraed ana tirlal dilgnity todity. Sha tlaid nmlen bers of the- senlatte Judiciary coinmlt tea' in the Iaaluaang ont the preepeeed law "dry" states t hat thaay "c'uld lanarn it Itt."' and shuti wicacctver oil the c.'.In nittiaa" votediti agaeuaaaa thlie tI!I wtas "a mighilty poor lawye'r. Sie. UN eappccrtei Iby Mra. I.. Me. N. Iltevtinc. ireutdeiit oact 1 the 'miuuiis I lirlutiau T'iemlpertence cnlloin, it halt NONSENSE A MAN on a streetcar yesterday morning reading m, Flle Missoulign, declared that our talk about home printiig is all nonsense. Mr. Man, you're wrong, .It'is the soundest sense you ever .heard. You are one of the class that cheers when anything is said in .dfense qf bysiness in whlch it is concerned, but which forgets, right away, that there are others in touwr ywho .ae. .ntitJQedto, te sq,~re deal in. the ipatter of hd nme patronage. It is souiid entse to advocate patronage.of thejdome grocer, of the home gardener, of the home clothief and of the home laundryman. .It ip. just as sound sense to advocate patronage of the home newspaper. The home newspaper plays your "gane Ii .t' time., 't gives its space-twhich is its stbk li t dh fr-iareely and wlli ntye'dy a' the year,. to the promotion of yqur.home interests, hen yu have sb.eia printing to bdor e, yo , 1tiJ e j' - ' taper lab itledt to d it or you. *T4ý is not a '1ln'1e'brg:u'nleht Ohýi you ' ad Odvari p t`i es J1lp-t tdgeqt i1 soun. HEST ' 3 OHIO PARTY CHIRPS TELL. IDENT THAT STATE Wtl s O FOR HIM. " lS GAINGSIE Day in the Buckeye State Is Pr ' duetive of Many Conferencee, bu Nothing Is Given Out-Columbu , People Greet Exeoutive in Friendly Manner and He Holds Reception. ('oln mhtl ,, (, Jal. :10.-- - Rell\ ghll i I) ,e n hltevemtnl ta io ,r iis ndllhilnhtra, uI,,lt before- the (O llnllu1bus lI'ee club her,, tonight, Prelide'nt 'Taft drew thel it"e shalrplyv hI.twr'lon tilhe (id-lin. reo ,publJianl alntt th i. ,riKgrteallves of his iparl)ty and alid that the time was at hlhanl when the "delnunelation of the !protgressives mnust ieennhe and when the nation will demand lactp." IIe ~aild he had not the allghtest idoubtll that the republieI'A party would learry the Nivemrlll elections. T'Ihe prrlsident malde one of the moat arggreltive slprac.he hie has delivered in monthsi. He Indicated that he had grown nmpa)tlint with the attacks that lhhav, beeni mallk' upon the republican partly and upon his admlnistrltlon. ie aildl that the old-line republicans 'were progressive enough to adopt all the Irllation that progress demanded but that he was not the sort of malt to promise to "lnmika a heaven on earth" or to reforml the world in a day. HIie salid that in his mind there were three' realllol why the party hnould he retutrn.ed to power neat November. The Reasons. tilln' was that It had done "rceason. ably and fairly well" in its adminla. IIr.tiln of the government in the last ifew yenars and deserved the continued eontillhelnee of the country; the second wla itllht l,\t "I y + 'prgeslllllty and would 11t ln opefuhtht. arll the ledes. Itry legislatlon that is progresslve;" ind the third was that the party was "not chaslpg ellmeia and net easte (lina the foundations of government inlrl'y to Indulge in the fancies of hlope.." 'I'lhe president's political apeech cittle as a surprise to many of his Iluditors, who iltened riespeotfully when he began reviewing In narra tive fashion his knowledge of William McKinley. I"rom the former president, lhowever, he switched suddenly Into a 'llrdiscuiton of present-day polities and ilthe diners cheered him wildly when he. said: "I be lieve that the republlcan party ine going to be successful In Novem- , iher. 1l1,. and I believe it thoroughly and sincerely and without any mental (Continued on Page 81x.) huItdreid of that organliatlon, sevoral (Georgia women and a scatternlg of men. "1 don't know why we should be here at an," Mrs. Armour said, "slnce It Is an Inult to your Intelligence for us to huve to piload for suoh a law. I don't want to hurt anybody's feellngs, but I am here to talk common msene and I latve not any time to waste on you MArs. Armour and Mrs. Stevens spoke Ionlght at a temperance rally, amd the rfºraler told the senators she thought It wo.'d do thom good it they would at tend.