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ON- pal 'I I~~5~llI1: L) Y 'ii~ Ký M1 M y f y rk Q 912 ryI1 .vie ýiý,¢ (x p aly 6 0. :· ° : ý ;;yý :!J.i riý a ; ,, 04' "ý ' f ý ýý ý` ~t~Y~ýý.. THu OTHNR TO DEATH. LIhw.baEn lewvuioli, list Ve 1 ueoble Palik sho Plier Shelld s. , ýieked J Up.oo Over to ,it. it and RMv Iie alew dot OWanobm- Other Shot While Appreaching ar lan Antonio 'March IL-N.'er'e and aI d of a ruse, enabled David A. ale,4 Weslrslargq expreth mee Misger, to balk the ,obbery o &a' bahthern Paettle train early today by killing two of the highwaymen. He olUtlbed one to the floor of the car tWth a mallet and 'not oft. the top of the other's 'head when the ' latter sought to entbr. who holdup took plaoe east of Sat, depon, in Iqa'lil county, near the Mtealian ~der, on the eastern edge of the "bIg. bend' country of Tetak - One of t6d robbers who held Troim at the .i.tl of a Plre In a cordee, ransacking the express car. "I arm .e. going to scrap with you all," satb l sdale to the bandit. 'T'm 'dot gittIg 'fightlng wages.'" "Ohs all rioght' replied the bandit. "Then' yes follows will have to help us gqt this stuff ab.rsb the Rio OGramd." "Why don't you pick up that pack ages' dasually inquired Trousdale, as he ki.ked a small box on the floor of the Car. "It's worth more thap all the Nsdt you've got." The robber stooped, deceived by the rust, to pick up the paekage. Trous tWe grasped a h avy eallet and struck. he bandit +ueelved the blow tall on the head ' R'e .tll over dead. brostg. le' plcksed u. the dead rob be ;r fua a. wMitd; Meenwhile the msecnd of the bM sa been work. Ias on the dar ahead. Whdn he co-m. plsted ,his $I), he hurried baok to the c1 o alled- There was no t "! .' iN IM loomel I' the diO Sy the eapi*emlM nessenger fire: The bandit tumbled to the ground, dead. The bodles of the robbers weep put into a baggage oar and the trdln pro ceeded. The bandits boearded the train at Dryden sood after mldnight. Swing I onto the engine, they ooVered the eallnser with guns and ordered him to' proeed till they told' him to stop. Ten miles west of Dryden they gave the silgnal for a halt. The conduetor, alatmued by the frequent stops, sent a nst.o porter ahead to inqdire' about the troable. The. negro was promptly covted by a rif,. Then the codsuotor crept up to the engihe. .Imnediately he took in the situation. Before the robbers coulI fire upon hint he hastened back down the track. Walkiat severl miles, he stopped F freglht thain ahd gave the alarm oVer the wines to Sanderson. MbaIsahile the robbers were pr'par Int to rhslepk the express and mail cars. The shetit of Terrell county is seaIbling' tldght Or a third member of the bud; supposed to have been poggte near, the loene with horses. Neoa ,the polilt where the. train was stopped traska of horses were found leading to the border. The bodles of the bandits lhave not beh identified. They are Americans. Whatever the robbers took from the mall car was recovered. Nothing Was taken from the express car. 4fit ptlgetegleW knew nlothing of the holdup Utltll after both robbers had been. killed. .. Ctass Ad istboV CCexxL-4IWO6 At ONCE. Here's an interesting Oit of current history. John McCarthy returned Tuesday night from a visit.and published two Missoulian class ads, ednesday morn ing. Wednesday forenoon was Mr. McCarthy's busy day. Here's why: PORI M NTNtT.'HMO4. FOR RENT-MY l.MP OVBD FIVE acre tract; good building, etc. J. J. McCarthyl .hone mfl red. FOR $ALt*** ISO5LLAt4UOUS. HORIR, WAGQN, HARNIBs, cow and oitokene, . J. . McCarthy. phone 03o1' red. a rty in the morninig, Mr. ..ldarthy begPa. qnawer nIhe tlophone and .reivcl ng visitors. Me was Sby' the tide of reints abd purchasers. If h .0 pli.se to rent, he could have reh~id thent itf j.e re tock toselU, he'~ouid i Avoel614 ft. At ,flM o*i to me to The Miiao, of~te a d.s. -. . s-i- . .h W5MIMPARLAM~kk~dah MAMA'mk: ·i. CHWNCELLOR PITNEY 1d1 inmton, Mtatin 1$.'aChno*I lor Mhbloni Pitney of New Jersey Wee ootiirrned todly by the nsnate as an associate Justice of the su e court of the United itatse. T e vote~was w 0 to 36. Tihe. ppo, hidon to @hancellor Pitney crumbled in the fird two hours Of the sen' ste's executive session and a vote was tfehed dhmortly after S p. m,: Under the qprm4ment readhed last nllht the vote 'was scheduled ,fdr 4 o'clolk, but the debate was briefer thkna was expectbd. AYERS POMIA SEFAfLTER OOKKEEPER IN CALIFORNIA SANKIWKO SrSt0.. THOUSANDS MAKES FUINNY TALK. Pomona, Cal., March 18.-Earl Standard, formerly a bookkeeper of the American,National bank, accused bf having embezzled $149,000 of the banks funds and for whom detectives had been searching for several weeks, surrpndered himself to the authorities he vtoday and was released on $10,000 bol.u Hisi preliminary hearing was set' to Monday. ý ti• pfd his yougs wife spent tlw nft at"the homd of MrsY Stand SIs parent's, Mr. and Mrs. IL 1S. Apch to a statihent made. the dlWd &Us malde abalutely no ast tempt t' easpe from officmrs of the lar sand at no time resorted to dis 'tilss or any other mnias of evading arrest. "I did not wish to leave Pomona," said Standard. "I simply took a no tion that I would like td visit my old home at Northboro, Iowa, and told my wife so. She accompanied me on the trip. We went dlrctly to Northboro and stayed there two days. We did leave on an accommodation train, ad reported, because that was the only one teavi~tg Northboro that day. We came directly badk to California and pagUbd through Pomona on the train bound for Los Angeles. From Los Angeles we went up into Inyo county. No Criminal. "It the bank realises 50 per cent out of the land I turned over to It, and which I think it should realize, It will be repaid for Its, losses many times over, "I want it distinctly understood that I am no oriminal." continued Stand ard. "I did' not try to beat anybody." Regarding the property turned over to the bank by Standard, Captain J. T. Brady, an official of the Institution, said he could not at this' time make a deftllite statement as to the actual worth of the property. "8tandurd turned over to the bank about $8,000 cult today," said Mr. Brady. "lie alpo deeded solie per sonal property, consisting of 3X00 acres of oil land in Inyo county, rsi horses, a carload of grain and four carloads tf hay.' It this land is found' to be oil-bearing it will repay the bank 10 times what Standard took." .19tR C- AMHR AAV" A / f ý a° Ilk1 10iEBELS ItEVOLUTIONARY PORCOS HAVE ANOTHER BLOODLE;a VICTORY AT SANTA ROSALIA. Chihuahua, March 13.-Once more the rebel army has scored a bloodless victory and the onward march to the tlh will be resumed tomorrow. Santa sa. in the dfstiLct or Camargo, 'Aoupled today by General Inel Istaemr WIthout a shot being fired 'P'r S week his commaqd of 1.009 men has been operatlpg just north of the toWn, where a detachment of 1,25 fed erkls had checked the southern move ment. The tbwn was abandoned when Salasar's men began their advance. The little group of government troops had fortified their position, but in face of the great odds determined to make the attempte to frejoin the garrison at Jlmlnes, some 50 miles south. A de tachment of Salasar's men is following them and their retreat may be checked. The garrison at Jimines is said to comprise some 250 men. Will Rthpat Taetles. Additional forces will be sent south tomorrow 'to .unite with Salasar as soon as possible. The tactics employed at Santa Rosalia will be repeated. Orosco will not leave his headquarter until his vanguard pAsses Jimines. Admitting that the loyalty of General Geronlmo Trevitor commalder of the military sons with headquarters at Mtoterey, is a serious menace to the aoolie of the revolution, an appeal wak sent to the general today to retire from atoVde service. The letter sent to the genetal was silned by Gonaales lnrile, who *rote the manifesto of a few weeks ato in which Trevino was proclaimed provislonal Bresident, but was forwarded by Pasqual Orosco. Colontel $ralio 'Hernandee, aoeom. panyitl OdGneral Rojas, left today for Juares, Witence he' will go to l1 Paso, as an agept of thu revolutionary party. Resignation Demanded. The immpdlate resignation of Pres Ident Madero and Vice President Pine 8qares is demanded in a bill presented today betbre the pprmanent committee of the state legislature. The deputies repreeating the measure ask that a spioolal essioh of the., legislature be called to `'gdopt it, thus placing the state In, thi position of formally re pudiati.g the centr.l gov.rtment. It is proiable that the measure will be adopted as soon as the necessary formalities can be complied with. The Only Way. The deputles fathering the m'tqaure appeal to pathotlim of the presldent and vide preefdent, saying that by T.. signing imuyedlatply they can prevent ,the 'shedlhg of blood. Peanolh 'irlla, the loyal ruroale leader, was repoted to have been at San b Luams yesteaday with only a small remnast of his fopOe. A detahmthnt' of Orosoo's men is pursuing him., R IJe. y Jueres. Gq W01aMI Rdiaso with the 100' men he brought here fr+at Juares, left today on a speocil train for Jhare,. where lte will resumoe command of the gar rislon, Dccellent order' is belng' maintained hete bY dOrobo and his folidwers are growlt' ##adtaaly. One Itan Kt'R4Ved yesterday from Mt Idept t ieotircu rIermslio , to bring ifom tBheri boadt of to L et WhO had 0" lt .d I Va " tsui.,, l. "Now.al , Two: LA : *ClE STRIKE MAI xE ENDED VEry SOON Lfawtece, s s1ll., M5arch 1:.--lF r the filrt time miern, the rintous demonstrAtlons of the aurly stages of the strike a Ipermit was granted tonight tot' an open air aitna meet Ing tomorrow for the textile strik ers, It se~peG likely tonight the meeting would result in at vote td return to work. The proposition of the Amnerican Woolen conplny, whitc i lrvt ides. for Increases ranging from r, to 215 per cent, tbll and a quarter pay for overtlme sad a readjustament fit the premium syste m.n was approved by the strike comnmittee today. STW IN GEIHANY RI LY GOS HUNDREO8 OF THOUSANDS OF WESTPHALIAN COAL MIN VIR8 ARE NOW OUT. Berlin, March 13.-The coal miners' strike In the great German coal fields of Westphalla continues t to silreatlI. There now ire ov 'Ver 240,00(1 neatn oin strike and the sltuation is becoming worse everywhe(re. It has taken a most serious turn in several districts and already has resulted in fatal con fllcta between the police and the strik ers In the district of Horne. Pooling trlnolng the men is increasing In Intensity owing to the rigid repros sivg measure of tohe authorities aend it is sali offielallt the provincial autlor itles have ,been instructed tot call out the troops if the police prove inmde quate to tl111 witl the itatliontln. Mine oweirn t lan leaders of the (christlan 'I'raitde unions, whiose eIl'n1 bers are brIelaking away uand joiling tihe strike, which was brought about by the ulcialist trades unions, are clamoring for miniitsry assitstnce. EARLY MOR G FIRE SDESTROYSEUROPEAN Fire, which broke out in the haIe ment of the lEuropean hotel, cornler Spruce and Woody streets, at 2:30 this (Thursday) lmorning, endangered the YIVbs of I'IperhaIII a score bf guestsll and threatened for it time to destroy the' building. The prompt uction of the fire department alone provented a very serious blaze. When the fire apparatus arrived smoke was Issuing in clouds from the windows and doors and the exclted guests or the hotul, clad only in their night clothing or 'what garments they oould4 hastily unatchl were scrambltng from the building through every exit. The blaze was located In the base mont and the tireflglltelr quickly had a stream of water playilg On the flames. At 3 a. m. It I tliought the fire is under control. The orllgt of the blase ciill not be determnlned. The proprletor of the hotel is M. CummIngs, who In now In Africa, Mrs. Cummnllgs belng In o3rg of 'the hotel. The first known of the blase was when, it guest cante In at $2;0 B'n m,, and found the bulldilig illed wit re smoke. He aroused Mrs., Cuimmige, who ri.lhed to the oqilar door from where the smoke seemed to iswue I the flames which burst out of the tse meat bunmed her. tyebrow 1ilsa haR-. Th guests, of widelh. Utheb "P5, rl the buildilnl, wO r Stl4 d s ' sdwn a ~, t be.r' L gutted and will b y total 1*0 UNCLE SAM TO END SHIPPING OF ARMS INTO MEXICO SENATE TAKES STEPS TO HEAD OFF ALL LATIN.AMERICAN REVOLUTIONS. Washtington, March 13,--Revolution, filibustering expeditiUons, or the prom motion of domestic violence In any country in Pan.Ameriea hereafter may not hope for war supplies Of any de scription from the United States. Thie principle, proclaimed today In S cOn current resolution adopted by the sen ate at the instance of President T/ft, is practically certain to be passed by the house tomorrow. Though designed primarily to meet the Inadequacies ot the present neutrality laws, to which the .Mexic(atn g)vernmlllent called the pireldent's Ilttention, the resolution; when put into efrrct, will empower President Taft to pirohibit, at his dis cretion, throuh a proolamation, the exportation of mllunltlons of war to any country with which the United States la iot peace. Instructions Isued. Antillpathlug summary actiot tomor row Iby tai house, when Representative Iturlisol of Texas will take charge of the measure, treasury and war de paurmnnt officiels tonight issued strict instructions virtually forbidding all shilplellts of arlns Into Mexico until the resolution is declared effective. Loopholesh, for violation of the nel trality lawn admittedly are many und professi.onal prmloters of revolutions In Lastin-Anerlica, through varying de vihew., have suc'ceded In evadillg the statutes. To tole Mexican rebels who captured Jtltare- recently the sole pur pose of p, iOllsinllg a mnrt of entry throughg whichl' they mnight import arms unrestriteldly, Ith reso)lution will prove :e stutlblorn ohtacle. Today's actioin IH i delparltlre from the policy of the Uniteid taltes dulrihgl tihe Ma dero resolution, when ports of entry heldl y the rebels derived arms and anmunlitionl if regullarly consigned to neoretltits. i-enaitr Itoi ised one artgument i fajvor Iof tIrioklllg the irecedent, how ever, tlint thousands oP Americans in Mexico werel fleeing from their homes tiwtlu, mIiltrltd iby the very arms which hud been shipped into the coun try by Atmericans. Major General Wind, clhln of staff of the army, said tonight ipro',bly a large body on pa trol wotuld Iie reqluired to enforcu the hne Inltttmlre. SPOKANE POLt TWIE BURKE MAY HEILE HSpokane. March 18.-That Roblert Burke, the self-confesedq burglar of the B. . Gordon remidence in Upokene last November, now 'undor arrest in Missoule, Mont., mal' be the murderer of Chauncey I. flmmons, is the belief of snome of the lodal police 6fflcdru. No trace of the thnirn rer of Simmons over hagw been folnd. lrromn Burke's admlselons, It Is known ho was here last December' when inlmmonws was killed Inu an attempted, holdup. STISlsON SENDS PAP .R, Wpthington, Miarch iL-Secretary 'Bttmoh transQlltted to the house to da ° the correspoddince it requested be.rlil on tCA relief from duty of Ad $.at Qeneral '.eO. Alot. prior * his r*e*nt vo4hntary retlrd . The ppoers disolo.ed nuthmere in. oeS rf the adjui.a t', enerAn coti .witt . wil" the els tment a ali' exapmple. • qll dr l1eg dl' teet Itne*.t of the army, SLTI TRUSST. T DOS- T o'r EXIST Washington, Maroh 1.--There Is ,no "smelter trust" in the United States, as fat as the department of justlee knows. Reptdyi to as li6tu resolution, Attorley Obneral' Wlbk erhanv will advise the latnakes that the department of Justice his dilovegred no combiaption il i'e strlt.ht .of trade In that Indtutry. Investigatlon, It is said, has Indi cated that there Is active comnpet.l ttld among the five Mlg smeltlhts companies of the country, DESPTE LOBYISTS PIP[ELINE BILL IS FAILURE LOWER HOUSE VOTES DOWN MEASURE PROVIDING FOR SPE .CIAL PRIVILEGES. WasUhington, March 13. -- Ater charges had been made that a power ful lobby was at work to procure the adoptionl of the bill, the house today defeated, 9s to 7, at measure permitting the Hydro-lDlectrlo company, a water power corporation, to lay a pipe line across part of the Mono national for est in California. Those opposed to the bill declared It affected the laws governing the national domainl and would result in virtually nullifying them. The "water power trust," it Was charged, was behind the legisla lion, Minority Leader Mann, RTepresent atives Leever of South Carolina, James of IteWitucky, Lenroot of Wisconsin and Cooper of Wiseonsin were among those ewho openly declared that they had been victims of the work of a "lobby." Annoyed by Letters. Mr. Mann said he had been inundated by lett-rs and telegrams and annoyed by highbpriced lawyers in an effort to 'influence him. Mr. LAever displayed a Stelegram from a firm in his state ask ing him to withdraw his opposition to the bill. The cost of the telegrams, he said, was $40. "The people behind this bill," said Mr. Mann, "have spent thousands upon thousands In lobby and in trying to t Induce tills house to break down the l law that keeps government property Sin thle keeping of the government. S uch actions as we have seen ought to r condemn the measure under consid eration." The bill, which was introduced by [ Representative Raker early in the prbs. I ent congress, has been fought bitterly. ('. B. Smith of New York contended that "lobbyists were as thick as blalk birds" and introduced a bill to cowpel every "counsel or agent" of corpor ations, fimnns or Individuals seeking congressional legislation to register with both houses of congress ort De cember 1 of each year, with heavy fine and Imprisonment as penalty for failure to do so. *TILL DRY. Lowlton, Idaho, March 13.--Nos TPerce county. Idaho, of which Lewis ton is the county seat, again voted dry today, the vote at the local option election being 2,407 against licensed saloons to 2.127 for. 'l.ewliton gave the 'weot a majority of 681. Nln.o the electlonl two years ago Nec Porce cotnty lhas been divided into three counties, in only one, of which an elec tion was held today. STIMSON OPPOeSS BILL. Washington. March 134.--Beeretry htlnseon, before the senate committee on military affair, vigorously opposed today tih army approprlattob bill as it passed the house. He deolared that if legillation 'were necessary it ilhould he in some other form than that in which it was shaped by the house. He denounced the elimination of the seven rlments of cavalry. Thursday T HURSDAY finds you happy in the receipt of the job printing which you ordere4 at The Missou. lian Print Shop, Monday morning. If your order was placed with an eastern printing establ)shment, the letter which you wrote is just being received today and it will be another week, at best, before. you receive the job. When you got it, you will not be as well sat. isfied with it as with the home job; in the first place, you have had no chsnce to inspect the proof -and it may notbe as you. wanted it; in; the second. place, your conscience will trouble yotl for. having sent your money out of town, when you could' have spent it with a home concern. Don't let another ThUisdayfind you with this burdn ,upon your consclenoee ?aw, there may be somet hnaspecial which, you rwt4 irS Patrick's day, momething in the line of souveni _for your:Erty, Iftliere is, just for a Missoul4an magt and let hipi t . O t ..i ihs orning a..d you'll have te jo e Mtae for pep pr.sty. ISKIP OSCAR KING DAVIS, A WELL* KNOWN NEWIPAPER MANr 18 NAMED AS ASISTANT. NEMES FOR R0EVL1t Colored Bishops andMinisters Claim. ing to Iepresent 404000 Voters Ds* olaro for the Colonel and Againlt Taft, Whom They Denounee for His "Degrading Southern Polioy." Washilngton, ,March 13.-Oscar King Dlavis, head of the Washington bureau of the New York Times, will be gen eral publlcity manager and assistant to Senator Dixon in the Roosevelt headquarters, it was announced today by Senator Dixon. Mr. Davis, It Was said, Is to be more than Ihead df the literary bureau of the national headquarters; he is to be a working assIstant to Senator Dixon " and sort of an "aassitant general man ager." Announcement of the selection 1of a well-kttown western congreseman to take active control of some or tle q western work in the headquarters is 1 expected within a day or two. Well-Known Correspondent. Toe new Roosevelt publicity expert has been for several years a Washing ton correspondent and represented a New York paper In Manila in part of Mr. Taft'r service there as military governor. He wrote a campaign book on "Taft, the Man of the Hour," in the last presidential campaign; and has been an intimate friend of both Colonel Roosevelt and President Taft. The Roosevelt headquarters gave out a statement today prepared at a confer ence of negro ministers in Washing ton clalming to represent 400,000,ne gro voters. This statement declares for Roosevelt as the 'llWend of the ner groess." The statement is signed by Bishops J. II. Caldwell of Philadelphia, A. J. Warner of Tennessee, O. L. Blackwell of Minneapolis, ID. T. Tyre of Nash ville, and G. W. Clinton of Charlotte, N. C., and by over 30 negro ministers from various cities. The petition, addressed to negro vot ers, urges them to do all they can to aid I'olonel Roosevelt's nomination, "and do all you can to encompass the defeat of William Howard Taft, who thinks that 10,000,000 negroes should accept his appointment of an assistant attorney general and a collector of customs as a panacea for his degrading southern policy." "If these negro bishops and minis tore are correct In their signed state ment that 'the colored voters will not support Mr. Taft if he is nominated.'" Senator Dixon said, in a statement to night, "it means the certain loss of the 15 electoral votes in Ipdlana, 29 In Illinois, 11 In Missouri, three in Delaware, eight In West Virginia, 24 In Ohio, 10 in Kansas and eight in Maryland. With the elimination of these 116 electoral votes, the nomina tion of Taft would mean political sui cide." WOMAN SUFPRAGE PROPOSED. Trenton, N. J.. March 13.--The ju diciary coinlnittee of the state senate reported today witiout recoummendatlon a resolution proposing a woman suf frage amenudment to the state consti tution. The resolution will come up on third reading in the senate next Tuesday morning. FUR SEAL TREATY. Washington, March 13;-Tho senate foreign relations committee agreed to report the fur seal treaty after amend ing it to provide for a 10-year closed season for sealing. The adopted amoendment was alongr the lines of a provision recently offered by Senator Hitchcock of Nebtaska.