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4 n, A 4 A 1 -ý -Ar l di mu a h xto e asl t hdie S o'elock Met nsiht. Ul.Chave, been killed o Wou tiii far as known, oreigne a S44 4 The legation q rter i ,d* but 0the tissio r +1 s holdlgo ltIth in their own t pounds When the outbreak weurred. It augenanted by 1 oiflo, .eooleo and el~d iiog " of Slegation " Sree ene n tify Pemier Yuan of tion as president. *as enve flumes. Much. resdeI shootin oaurtred, and one shell, that t In the com pound.of the Americ a t ou tore through the tent of th ,lersr ( the receptly arrived en cements, 'but did not explode. Amerioan R Among the refuge the Amen eUa legatlon are Will D. tD, agt. ex+amerlan consul 1 at den and`pow the rep tative of New Yosk financial s to. and w 1., whho was Miss y P. Wi" o daughter of hO William - W ty. and Daniel 4 Dee tative of th I l Oorporation Padi a ' eall o whom tbv as they tray t4ie whe Cbnese troops lootiag. The soldiers did not etmpt to 4. torfere with them, buts was i danger from flying to as brands, which were fl h " dlrections. Mr. and g saed their records an4~Sebl desrte4 4. elay fu ed mrhlch was gitvn over he lootern. The American is ti.most expo legation lying outside t. ra qaua4 rangle of the quarter. ,Mepi gatlon street is the o soction, The legatlon I br ,-gonl alqrod putting up barrlg b. t 6 " Sgaring to oe.lte Chines euA erealy depenaed on sandb.ae, , barbed wiL, which now hasui.een ml effeotively arranged for defensive The British legation is sending y e taohmmtits throughout the city to pro. (Copin ed on bseven) Cs A ' CC ?QImON. STh difflcu a suit able potion I t know where t@ findho pe iefur; Swhere, who Sst th . The best way is so class 4 n ex t . On t t rd advertiar r.. i ,, A B KEPT Feb. 29,-England, Y and Japan have.' Orably to Secretary tion to place them rd with the United' Scontinued integrity of tnt action, without ual advantage in any vement of the powers become necessary in the bances. France, Italy to whom copies of the t. have not responded. BLOC WE" DTO WORK. 4 AT PORT OF E$1TRY LIT ACROSS WIT* DI. i ºC4S D DUTY. r, Faso, r.. .--'he "-paper" ý Qe dealared afan4t Juares by . t Madero teda+y gved to be oof .olt fragtle tiast6 . Clotial on; trebels to the val of $23,400 s i.s.olderable suppl' of groceries w~lt througl.t as it' 4* embargo Were not in existenca. 1 tf e order of the MaelgU pregint closing the Mexliatn ,pol unOM d t11eo6, in command to receive It. Thers isif obligation ,on thl part of Amerlcan of fiotals to c c that the order is not yVolat'], aird the rbels naturally pay g~tttutin to it. They went fur ter l'hy reduced Inmport duties 60 per cenl for the purpose of Itimulating. rtrade a.rosl $Ie ,boundary. In this th. a. yoy hoi'pE lteocure money nee-or e.e, fitaned the expedition against C('Ihiltul and the City of lexitedO Theyh tted that a work train would leavej Jares tomorrow to make the mrialbr repairs needed on bridges and that tropl trains would follow on Sat urday. Troops Coming. Ci ad res was stirred tonight by th. that a large ibody of troops lhad 'at Guadaloupe, about 40 il of this city, on the Rio Believing these troops are fone Villa, from whom they expecting an attack for sev the rebel forces in Juares y prepared for action. 0 men were sent in the dl f OUaialoupe, which is east, south and about 300 west, on Ilg expeditions tonight. hba been heard from any of It is believed here the ported at Guadatloupe are er Braulle 'Hernandes, who ed yesterday in the vicinity and who probably Is on his i< the rebels in Juares. 1 RS, SUIT DISMISSED. I..--(Special.)- to to Judge J. J. Lynch dl siilasal of a suit insti the Northern Pacific y for $30,01:0 I, Pub tor A. B. Melser fuo t11 of `+tlhi Holm, who ,was killed egf two trains not running 1 C4rt. Counsel for the ific showed that Holm ao hb0 a4nd that the suit Was >tghtbthat the only ones who receive 'damages would be the n4tot and 'the lawyers he had BY DIXON " A STATEMENT 'Mincing of iral Patrons Yl of Malhine Co 'by tb he Executive. Nqw York, Feb. tI Rogevelt campaign assumed',4 ft orm to. night rvith the appolii ent of imen who are to assume Utla t. BeIator Joseph V( o n is to be the man at tI he. official title is chalrman the t tive committee of tie sNaSonal volt 0ommittee. 1M l Dixon's firstf fielal act was to give out.a sat n attacking the adminislgatlon of,. Taft. Appointments weig announced r an all-day confereilee between Col Roosevelt And half a dosen supp. Alexander H. Re U!, of1 Chicago, was temporary cia , of the - tlonal cominlttee ftfeyisCerial w (ego, will serve as pia!ent chat . and E. W. 81ms of Chicago. lo United States district attorney, WI secretary. An administrative * tee is to be formed -with Trum Newberry of Detroit. ex-seeretpr of the navy, as chairtnba' The executive c~amltthe; is t gve general supervislon over the palgn. Senator Dixon's associatee on the committee are Jlta""k Knox, c mnn of the republioAp state cola ee of Michigan; William L. Ward, publican national olqpltteeman m New York; Waltte.' , hal - of the Ohio repubUpL n state com it te4; Cecil Lyon, Telas national on : mittesman. and Senator William Flann of P~ittburgh. Senator Dixon 14I have headquar-, ters at Washingtd .tr. Knox will be It oharge in Chi alq..nd Mr. Ward in New york, awhile .:( Lyon will look after the campaign i ,the ~ outh. Newberry's committee is to have charge of the busineag side of the canm paign. It will opei and maintain headquarters and oversee the collection of fdnds. The Statement. Senatot Dixon's staotement In part folld.W: "For more than 50 years the repub lican party, responding to the demands of a majority of the voters of thls country, has controlled the policies eof the nation. This extraordinary lease of delegated power from the people has only followed the response of it, leaders to the intelligent demands of public growth and progress. A politl cal party only can retain power when its leadership can command a vote of confidence from the people themselves. "The lack of leadership in the last (Continued on PageeSeven) SHEEP BOARD ASKS LEGISLATURE TO ACT SETTING ASIDE OF GAME PREI SERVE IS PROTESTED MY EX ECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Qlelena, Feb. 9.--(peCial.)-Rtteso lutions proceeding against the settlng aside of 450 square m .' of range in Park and sweetgrass cuunties as win ter range for elk and excluding tihe sheep therefrom have Ibeen adopted by the executive committee of the state board of sheep commissioners. The forest service is requested to take no actibn until the legislature passes on the mnatter next winter. With the sportsmen of the state petitioning that the range be set aside, and the sheep men protesting against such action, the controversy promisnles to be a bit ter one. The board goes on record as not only being opposed to land withdraw als for game purposes, but also petl tions the legislature to take action to prevent the creation of any additional game prserveg. .The resolutions: "Wthereas the forestry department of the United Stttes Is, on the recom mendation of the gname warden's of t.g ef this rsale, considering the set tlng aside, at an elk ranle or gLanme preserve. 450 aguere miles of Park and weetgrassli eUntles, In addition to eonie 400 s q.'ro miles already set aside, ad d S"Witereas, T.ie stockirowers and oct liens of Palrn and sweetirass coun 41.t representlig over a million dollars in saIeesble property, have protested ag. nst the eiplusion of .taxplring do Iaetle snlimaL on which many depend for a lving, . 1d land in sum .r fopj the* opes t t provldaing a Itp'usestion.bl ange for el4t and ee, 'a!e bland' of slk in the ai asalready hioreased * *0,OOhead, asd If $Ipasaltly tt and .elowed to Id&rease wll to .C, additional angB iht enply body I,'rs Y THEODORE ROOSEVELT H FEDERAL PATRONAGE A MAY BE MISUSED Senae Dixon in his statement attacking President Taft: $ "Ne n the history of American politics has a more flagra stitution of the power of federal patronage ben than when recently in a certain southern Ate, 10 federal offices was put up at auction "it f to the-highest bidder 'hi delegptesuto the natM republican convention. The open acknowl e tht politi'cal patronage has been and is being from duly elected and accredited republican .ttors and representatives in congress who would not " dge personal allegiance to the renomination of a preuidentait candidate has caused thoughtful men to inquire whether bribery by the direct use of money is any less reprehensible than bribery by a promise of office." COUNTY STARTS EXISTENC[ HavrQ. Ifeb. 29.-Th' inw cunly of HtItIý.thq first to be criuled under the pion! Igwv in Montana was fully organied thIis .afternuon, the new orfcers swQor n11 lanl iiid'fiies i1i'ii'i. Judge ULter of the diirlitt coiurt was Inncter. of i'erumoflIn sweariit IllI the ntw o fk,"ers. Thu evilt Oia eeltirtaid by the hum ttlug if whistJes, ringlnsing ori 1bils ani d K 'n era! olJUtfsatI9ou wiiichl iS bieig coontldued tmnlght. fIN1S DECEIVEO, ýý11ER £P4STLE PURPORTINO TO 51 PSo1I 06N SUMMONS HERK T IkIUENA ALONE. falir&. Pe.; fsI.-- 14mmoclal )l-I-ured to t by ai lett r slplliliisedl Ii, have 4106 W1I0tep by hr son, i )hfl lhu cay ridoe su Mrs. All(-,e rttit Of lirttnll mm Ca., pslmraMrteil with wtet, is P.:ag mirilrd for iy LHIIII;VL th~t letter witslc not writ ton by $ 'but by sillime enimy ii his *o, 50so base revenge. The J**W : that (Cliuuncly was oarutlllu *4I- tib in it fauctry and Wl jiL to visit thin. T'flm Jeti*d wojuld lie ixpected Iebrly thn ttwnciintinuel. t. sbrothert) In on i ra from 1bure. I will gLv*, e ' C of ur tti'ket as Ao ii allltis y about !l tter."° e, but Chaliuney3' d 7ifnnleiei and with Sunroe vmfinlded tier tt the statioin agent, his own lilxnme andi 1 Ily aSbteavetllg to n, % h teaxwstr's which Monroe be I& the search. or flat seen him 4i had gone b has Balled pet O he litter. 1=7777' 77"' CRAEIE MAN SLAYS TWO DAUGHTERS AND WIFE BUSINE88 TROUBLES LEAD MAN TO COMMIT TRIPLE MURDER AND KILL HIMSELF. SiII I'r elln'els'e, 1'll. "i. - iuoeumlbing uearly thity to it fit of murderouu Iii ea;ity) eiglalerlldr b' Iuslne.iu wulr rie, Ni llllu I A. l'ite'ier, formerly u pirosperous mllnufacturer, umptled thel chalIimbers of two revolvers Into the Ibreites ofr hil wife and two daughters land tl.'e killed hlimself. The. rillll wall not discoiveredl until sImoklie trOlli thei' almoldIering bed clithes and I!ghthlowns of the two girls, Ig. illtedi by tihe. islurge of the ryvdve'rs whiel. brought thenl instant death, be gun to pour fromll the windows of thel allla thtll t ulii nighbors ll cul lecd the. po llce. 'TIhe pIrtily burned bodies of ithc girls, Itlthi, ii, and AlIlsell, 14. lay) in ulitltturl ipoHilions, on their half bloodrnvked url half-smoldering mat treses. The witf siid imother, Henrltetta, I4 years old, slepti i a sanall room at the resar of lthe iPrtinent. JIgn* ofr i terrife sll truggll In the hall indlcated that tihe rushed toward her daulllhters' roll when awakened by the shots. Overloweredl i h ler husband, she evi dently was' thrust back Into her owii riooln, the blollodstained walls and door olslts gilving witnelse lf her desperl ste attemlpts to escaple. it'lcher, evide'ntly out of ualnllunl tion, returned to hlu otwn room at the other c.id of the haull and procured an olther revollver, with which he killedl his wife and theni himself. At a fuially paIty held last night is'lchter seemeu d to be in hsl usual health lllnd spirits. TO SI TRIED A$ A SPY. Sta ii la~o, Cal., FNb. SP.-LeonaE.d Nuiplorhkle, atn American youth acL oused of being a Mexiecn apy, will be taken to I' nienada for trial before 4 Sextcan military court. Interes . .in his behalf by i' It larik, Tom Hai7. tlton, Ohief of Pollee Wt1n0o asd Mexa Jean (oapul Franeiee OliVraei wll I unsucesslful today. Clark and Hanm 4ttn .wver denied p.etmlston to vislt i Naplerskie in fall at Tiajuana or to enter tl. t~own, OPF AVIATOR, I.. Oakland. feb. 30.-ttmpereilet b enline failure while flying $( 9 above the waters of atan Pablo bist Aviator Horae rP. IKearney, Int s attempted flight from this C01$ to llacramento made a long gIlde t@ safety on the mud flats of the AlI meda county shore today and em caped unharmed although his bl plate tIriied over like a leaf wthe his ladding skids sank Into the soft nmud, The machine was not dam- I aged. The accident occurred eight miles north of ierkeley half an hour after Kearney had left the ground here. GVRNOR WIWILL' NOT SHOW BRAT CLEMENCY SAYS FORMER VALIT TRIED TO BLACKEN NAME OP WOMAN 1 IN THE CASE.I Albany, N. V.. IFeb. 20.--Brandilng Polke 0, Itrnlll it at a confessed forgirr and declaring that utlle.si it il shouwl 'conclIualvly thlit the forn~ti' valet of Mortimer I.. wH.hiff did not commit the rlme for which he was sentenced to 30 yearP' illliri nIttent, Governor Ilix, Inl a stateliment tonight, la)y he' will justify and maintain his determinatlion that Branlldt is not worthy of a pardon. The governor says the statement is his ."farewell word" In the case unless the higher courts set aside, the writ of habeas corpus by whlich Ilranldt won his release. Na Regret. The g'il'urinor declares hI, has no r"- great for his action and offers no ix cuses. Moral, as well ait legal ,on elderations, hie says, Ilnfhlen.edi hin. Referring to tilhe tatetieint ilf Brandt and his attorneys that no attempt was made to attack the honor of a woman in the risorllner's appeal for clemency, the governor says: "In regard to this particular feature of .the. s ast thyqr, reua1nl ounl: to say that the eppeatisr t. i eis.ency does not include statements of a scandalous na ture which reflect upon the linteirlty andli honor of a womanlili, who.li ni-n ti(loned by niame, "fn the exercise of thi executive u lli eretion it ils as miuclh ny lduty to pro. tect the fair ncamne of a iwomllall alnd a mother who never has had an 1,lI4mr tunity to defenld that which is dearer than life anid liberty, as It is tol pro tesIt the muchmonoted legal rights of one who has been convicte'd of a cricelo puilon his own plea of guiltly. "I de.lIded that iapoal lBrandt's town admissions and statements he was not it propelpr sullject for exl.utive elelan I nct', without regard to the truth or falsity oif hiia sworn statetment and lid mInlsionsl In court. in tilh letters sub miltted to le hle hals attemlpted to dis prove the crime to which he fornmerly pleaded guilty) by statingll facts and ut tering insinuations whicih would make him guilty of a still more ablhorrennt of fense-an offensel against the sanctity of the home, by an accusation I utterly dlabellieve. Insidious Wrong. 'I refused through the exercise of I elemency to ciondone a wrong imore despicable aend Insidious than burglary, and blasting thle rplutcatilon of a wonllman on the unsupllilortedl statement of iilr .- I conlrafsed forger, who In the letter which is before ilae culls ilod to witlless the truth of ireirsent stattlienilnts, ,whilch cotradlict what be ihas previously dle clareld tinder oath. "But while I frankly andll deitlberately base ily refusal to extend ceirmency uoptl tile fact that In his effort to se cure a pardon, Brandt hast not scrupled to attack the honor of a woman and to invade the sanctity of a homne, I also Sdeclare ily oonvlctlon that the fauti in the case, as presented to ime, iby no lnlt Indleated tha t theatll law haIl blllri violated in tilt convicion anid .lctei'nci thereupon." Fair Play L ET us ask you one question this morning. Bet-, ter still ask yourself the question. Is it any thing more than fair play to give your order for job printing to The Missoullen Print Shop? It is a he a institution; its pay roll. contributes tq the suc, your business; it employs a good many hgýh .'. people; they spend their money at home. Mo.' that, the Missoulian is working, all the time, promotion of'the interests of this town and1e:"~ munity. Just as a square deal, it would bel' thing for you to place your order for to~ here. But it is not upon this basis that, ness is llSid. Purely as a bust you are aied to have your printi k y #I is WROTH S5UCI R$A BAR ASSOCIATIORW ` COL.OtbE LA*s SAYSMAN WAS Attorney General Appi 40to Merl ." Of Organlsatlion Over tioln *t eoutive Committee-lAtter ue*a s" sorts Assistpnt Attorney ien|ai Was Thought to Be Whltl' Wn',.*4ngton. I.rb. p..-A'.,elatlonti , tile executive commlttae Of the tmcer l.ill Uhir association to oust Willl(atr H. Iewis. a negro said an assistant attorney general of Ithe United -tates. Ifrom memtbership in the bar assocla lion, has ircused Attorney GenCtnl Wikkershatlml to the defense of his as imlanllt. in ia plrited letter sent to eac'h Mc° the 4,700 mlembers of thiu aI stea':atOlu, the attorney gencrli charges the executive conmilttee w.ti an arrogance of power bnwarrnll ted by the hbdy's consltitttlon, "In anr to gratrfy a race prejudice engende$sd by some of its members." The attorney general points out that Leiwis was elected after hie hadl been no,mlnated regularly ,end Invited tQ JoIn hy the necretary of the assuctra tion. '"'lThe oclject of tile associationk thce attorney general continues, 'HL talted inl the eonstitution to be 'h d . vance of jucrisprudence, promote the, nctllllletratlon of justlice t r uphold tile honlor of the law and nen cnurange general intercourse among tht memnbers of the Atmrloan bar.' "Any person fulfilling certain r*'. cquir.ements," Mr. Wicklcrsham addsy "iL oellible for membership. The o0, tLion ou the executive committee hard ly can be conlsidered to tend to up hold the honor of the professionl of the 'law and r.ina l tMlet.r*.: course I.ninl the i4."blbt!P .s, bar. It ertailnly doaL not taeLd to proni4t the adminlstratlon of Justice." Appeal to Members. Mr. Wickersham enclosed with eaclt letter a postal card addressed to Geaorge Whtteock, secretary of the Am.erlcan liar assoolation, protesting ngainst the committee's action and requesting its revocation. Hlo aeked every member disapproving of thq,,. course to sign the card. (toplcs of corresponcldence betW the attorney general and Secret Whitaltek accompanied 'Mr. Wilke shamn's letter 4In January 24, the attorney general wrcote to Mr. Whitelockt 'I ant especially movedAto nmake thb protest because Mr. Lewis s lan as sistant attorney general of the Units4 States, holding, as I,' do, the comtmis slon of the president of the United Htates, issued to him by and malttl thel( advice and consent ft ire senate. It mlay be that some tf the memb.tr ',f the assclatlion prefer not to have i col ,re'd molian as it fellow member, but I+a'e cncltitutlon icf the assoociation illukil no such discrimination." Mr. Whltelock rellied that nmno llthcr thanI, a member of the white race ev'er Ihad been elected to memlbcrship iin thi! atrociation an. addeld that as the 'omlnmittee had elected Lewis In thie ballet that he was of the white rac'., it wlas felt it could not do lIad than rcciud its own aotton, ilnadvert. cntly tickccc. "Outrateoul Aeton." IiThe uttorlney general replied that "Ini the fcoti of such outrclgeous alel ttclin." Ihe would appeal to the atmeit. hars. Lewis had bean In ,ohargeu of Itlla 'deplredations clainlm In tile dep'rtlettn..e ci justice. l'requentJy he has been'r . Whitt' HOuse caller and in attundLant. cat White Houmo receptlons.