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ST E DAI Y MISSOULI AN showd ee s., VO. XXXIX. NO. 244. MISSOULA, MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4, 1913. PRICE FIVE CENTS AlLES. ISSUE THEIR LAST GIVE TURKEY UNTIL MONDAY TO ACCEPT TERMS OR NEGOTIA TIONS WILL CEASE. REALLY AN UUIMATUM Proposals Submitted by Moslems Fail to Cede Adrianople, Crete or the Aegean Islands to the Victors Balkan Envoys' Declare They Must Have Adrianople, or War. London, Jan. 3.-Although the word 'u'ltimatum" was not- ipronounced, what practically was the final word was presented to Turkey on behalf of the Balkan allies at today's session of the. peace conference. Laskar Miyuskovitch, head of the Montenegrin delegation, who presided, after the Turks 'had submitted a pro posal which was considered inaccept able, told Rechad Pasha, chief dele gate of the Ottoman empire, that Turkey nmust find a Way by Monday to renounce to the Balkan allies her rights over the island of Crete, cede the islands in the Aegean sea and present a rectification of the. frontier of European Turkey which would in clude Adrianople in the territory of the allies, or the allies would con sider further negotiations for peace useless Immediately after the mir.utes of the previous session had been ap proved, M. Miyuskovitch asked itechad Pasha to present to the delegates the new Turkish proposals. Jtechad, who had been working over a cipher tele gram until a few minutes before the session was called to order, seemed depressed. Rising, he said his im 'perial government, desiring further to emphasize the, spirit of conciliation, had authoriled the Turkish military and technical experts attached to the Ottoman delegation to mark on a map the, porposed new frontiers between Turkey and the allies The map, he said, he would present later. Turks' Last Terms. tRechad read what he callcl the last possible terms Turkey can offer. These were as follows: First--That .Crete, enjoying simple suzerainty of the sultan, but in reality under the protection of Great Britain, Ituasla, France and Italy, constitutes a question which can be handled only by the powers, especially regarding finance, police, and justice. Seconcily-That Turkey shall l:eep her islands; that she cannot renounce those near the. Dardanelles because they are indispensable to the security .,f the channel to Constantinople, or the Bosphorus as it is better known, nor those farther south becaus-, they form.integral parts of Anatolia. Thirdly-That the rectification of the Thracian frontier shall begin south flom Segot (called Port Lagos) in IKaragatch bay, and run almost per pendicularly nol thwards. This not only would leave Adrian ople in the hands of the Turks, but the entire coast along the Black sea, now occupied by the Bulgarians, to Lake Derkos, beyond which the Bulgarians have not penetrated. This coast, on atn air line, measures more than 80 miles. In addition to Adrianople, this rectification, of the frontier woul1 leave in Turkey's hands Mustaphal (Continued From Page Five) AMBASSDOR REID IS BROUGHT HOME .New York, Jan. '3.-Greadt Britain today delivered to his countrymen, the body of Whitelaw Reid, editor, statesman and American ambassador, who died in London. The British cruiser Natal brought the body home and it lies tonight under the Stars and Stripes in the Cathedral of St. John the Divine. President Taft, dignitaries from the army land navy and representatives of foreign pow ers will attend the funeral services there tomorrow. * The Natal was met off Nantucket by two United States battleships and four destroyers, and the funeral fleet lay off Sandy Hook last night. A thick fog blanketed the bay, and it INSANE MEMBEK UP L UNUKENS JUMPS INTO SEA AND DROWNS Washington, Jan. 3.-Representative William Wedemyer, who suddenly went insane at Colon, Panama, at the time of President Taft's recent visit to the isthmus, jumped overboard last night from a ship on which he had been takien at Colon. Bis body had not been recovered last night. Representative Wedemyer, went to the isthmus with a congressional party at the same time the president viSlted there. On the voyage from BRYAN'S FIGHT NOT MADE IN VA-IN INDICATIONS ARE THAT REAC TIONARY DEMOCRATS WILL NOT CONTROL SENATE. CAUCUS ON COMMITEES Committee on Committees to Be Named at Meeting of Party Sena tors and That Body Will Select Sen ate Committees-Only Flaw Is Ap parent Move to Name Simmons. WVashington, Jan. 3.-Progressive de mocracy has won its fight for control of the organization of the senate after the fourth of March. The blight of seniority so strongly denounced by William Jennings Bryan in his recent editorial utterances is apparently to be lifted. Senator Hoke Smith of Georgia, who has been organizing the fight against the domination of the older senators, most of whom are reactionaries, has received pledges from 34 of the men who will occupy seats in the senate in the next congress, a controlling ma jority, to support the progressive pro gram. This is that the committees shall be named by a committee on committees to he elected by the democratic caucus. The selections shall not .be effective until approved by the caucus. Com mittee chairmen in every case will then be elected by the committee members. Just how this plan will work will depend upon the sincerity with which it is carried out. Opposition to Reactionary. If there is an understanding that certain committees shall be packed for certain purposes, and that certain men shall then be elected by packed com mittees, the system will be no better than the old ,method of promotions ac cording to seniority; and the only pur pose served will be to evade the con demnation of Bryan and real progres sives, bty pretending to act in accord ance with their views and purposes. But there is apparently no fear that this can happen. The only basis for suspicion existing at all is the declara tion that even with the enforcement of this plan, senator Simmons of North Carolina will be chosen chair man of the finance committee. To the more radical of 'the progres sives it becomes hard to believe that a system of progressive control can possibly be inaugurated in good faith, which leaves the appointment of Sim mons even a possibility. Simmons is a pronounced reaction ary, one of the most conspicuous among the democrats who could be counted upon to give lid and comfort to Aldrich and the reactionary repub licans of the last congress, and who I demonstrated his attitude toward clean politics and honest government 'by voting for Lorimer. Progressives Are Lining Up. The talk of 'lmmrnons for the finance committee chairmanuship is now based uIponl plans of harmony. Before March 4 it is likely to beenmeo apparent 'that, if there is to ble actual progressive control, harmony will )be advanced more by the relegation of Simmons to obscurity than can possibly be effected by any increase of his prestige and power. The fact that a large majority of the present and the prospectiv\ democratic (Continued on Page Three) was 11 o'clock before the procession got under way. A gale that swe(pt up the river made landing the casket a difficult task. On the river the guns of the Natal and the Florida boomed a salute of 19 guns. The body was escorted to the cathedral by a compeany of marines. IThere were 10 petty officers from the United States battleships on either side. There was no music and no display. At the cathedral the casket was en trusted to a guard of 30 marines from the battleship Connecticut. In squads of 15 on two-hour shifts these marines watched the casket during the night. New York he collapsed and was taken first to a sanitarium in Panama and later was put in confinement in a hospital, where he became violent and rsavd about his defeat at the *last election. He develope.' a suicidal tendency and was cloely watched. Wedemver'L close friends say that a few days before leaving for the isthmus b., fell and struck his head on an lcy sidewalk. It was then not regarded as serious. .CIdEF WOODROW AND HIS WARPAINT oh to 11* -0 0 i LONG WATICH ENDS AS ROCKEFELLER GIVES UP COUNSEL FOR MAGNATE SAYS LATTER HAS AGREED TO ACCEPT SUBPOENA. New York, Jan. 3.---Willialm Rocke feller has agreed through his counsel, John A. Garver, to accept service of a subpoena to appear on January 13 before the Pujo committee of the house of representatives in Washing ton investigating the money trust, ac cording to an announcement made to night at the offices of Samuel Unter meyer, counsel for the committee. Mr. Untermeyer, in behalf of the com mittee, it was stated, has accepted this offer by direction of Chairman Pujo. N'o intimation of the whereabouts of Mr. iRockefeller was contained In the statement. As a result of the agreement, the sergeant-at-arms of the house has been instructed to discontinue his ef forts to effect service on William Rockefeller. While accepting service, the state ment avers, Mr. Garver advised Mr. Untermeyer that Mr. Rockefeller's condition of health was precarious and that it would be impossible for him to appear as a witness in Wash ington or even to submit to exatii nation at his home. May Present Excuse. Mr. IRockefeller has been informed thrat having submitted to the juris diction of the committee, he must present his excuses to the committee in due form for such action as it may deem proper. If it is established to the satisfaction of the committee that it will he imnlossible to obtain the testimony of Mr. Rockefeller withoit Imperiling his life, the statement says, the .committce, of course, would not feel justified in taking any such ex treme action. It nay, however, con clude to secure all independent opin loll. Mr. Garver confirmed tonight the announcement that he had acceptedt service in behalf of Mr. Rlockefeller. He said his action in effect was the same as if Mr. Rockefeller had been served personally. 1i edid not care to state where Mr. Rockefeller was at present. JUDGE LYNCH NOT POPULAR. Butte, Jan. 3. - (Special.)-Judge Lynch was relieved of the responsi bility of hearing three cases today, if disqualifying affidavits are recog nized. Burt Marsh, in his suit against Mayor Duncan and City Attorney Maury filed an affidavit with the clerk of the court, declaring that the judge was prejudiced and biased, and J. K. Heslet, as president of the Miner Pub lishing company, filed a similar affi davit asking for the disqualification of the judge in the case of James Kelly against the company. q'he Butte Electric Railway company does not believe that Judge Lynch will act in an i impartial manner in the case of Annie I Drakulich, and a disqualifying affi s davit for that reason has been filed d in that case. NICARAGUA QUIET. e San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua, Jan. d 3.--The country is quiet following the it inauguration Wednesday of Adolph Diaz as president of the republic. MEMORY OF BIEHL NOT VERY OOD ON STAND ORCHARDS COMPANY PROMOTER FAILS TO RE P#MBER SOME IMPORTANT bATAI Portland, I)irt'., .t'n. 3.- A., J. Irihl, chargcrl \\ it h violat i on of the pnstal la.s In| ci'nntctin with the promotioni of the t'oliloin it iver t)reh:)rds ('ln pany, thIlun h fhlent itjlll ,ss \wYhell Uild.r dire (hi i ~.aninlt n . l tI li', Tnited Statts (i.l ' I ,,) 11 '(here t(loday, w\\a apparet'l)t :Iflictled With molout ( ,): 'ilete I "ns t of nllriry lduritng his cross exaini tioin. Iltluate( eiffl rls ,if .'litcdl S(tits Districr t Attorne, Johnli M'cl' mirt t11 elicil infnrnettion front t1 he deiif(ni;lnt n ,, will) h(it r(espons that uH,, 4.11111 Juilt i See t i l di ii l suit ,evvr Il;il itithl ,ulthliuighl hi l lid utl nltll ('c 1 li' hooid isi ll of i1 li ii i Irel'rd s jip Out. 11 ill Ic iiii ni i nvestig tion ,f th,' ±!,1o .00) conliht ril with which lh b .i.. w'(urel s rl d, l ill , hut l iln Fi1s(',li t i1 e tefvll'i' \Wis w: atre u' their tl!, :. i \ )rtihh nIII ( -., ;ti. tl that hlia litis \ rei 1 ill In tollud faIhll. At I i uolluher Sltues of thi, croMS-r.ani- lin; it, :\l, C ourt1lxv,"1<ý"" 1I) !1 . 1t lll l ll I gl~n e by 1;i,, 1, i diuu i 1t1h ( u 'ir I t iii ;ttii ' that ih lbla l il y 6ri ' . l,1 l i, I I I l l ' h is t Wtitu l'l " v iln th. , rchards ln .ing I( 11" bo l a, re", hin $ti 00,00l 1I' titus sil ilt it'h P)r)dii( ini the books ,If lhi, orl1.h1ireds uOinl I. M(nt'ourt .lasked Ili ill i-i showdi wh ri Ircu Ir of"t In1s i ist ent \V;is all ( , ;11; l what 11n :4a h:ll hI) '11 Is 1piru. Illy ti was un:lle it iii,. A tih l i i I ,,4 litk , i) t rt I( U il I i l nis1111 I S'..orl i :llon n 1 r, h Illi thI iliB;, E T -s \1id1 1 St Io rrc ow Jt I tl l t rhe al ii.,la .I\it Istorn y M ,'inui rt .staite d !It ' h le Invun ird ssy s in 1.1in 11tial, iafter'i Mvlei'h t dhe is' wt s dI h, rfi'tr urrd. MILWAUKEE CHAIRMAN IS CALLED BY DEATHr N(w Yrtt , Jan . 3 . (Seciwill -iIll the, ehaintl ieof the ('hearingo, tMilwaitiukee of . Iinty l railway, (orond r i suddn ly here today. AiMr. Miller was fountind al d iwhn illl today at his home iiy a servant who forie tril thawakn hii. Jlu lieft his of fi,' ysiitrday In appari'nt good hf lltll. In was abtot av hyir the mat Yter today, butwa the first dnotif Mr. Miller had visited his offlics for more than ju week. Henab t to e onw rknd, an I Judgeshor vLync praton over t hee holiiys, re turnine byho ye attoreday. ELECTION CONTESTS PUT OFF. Hutte, Jan, 3.-(Specilt.) -For the third time the hearing of the election contests brought by the defe'atei1 so [coalist candidates against the sue ce(ssful democrats elected to the officer of county attorney, coroner and ('oin missioner, was continul when .alled for trial this morping. Julge Pierson of Billings was to have heard the mat. ter today, but the clerk was notified of the judge's inability to be on hand, ant ''Judge Lynch presided over the argu ments by the attorneys. NERYY AUTO THUGS SHOOT CHICAGO POLICEMAN FOUR MEN PULL OFF SPECTACU LAR ROBBERY AND MAKE THEIR GETAWAY. ('hi'ngo, Jan. .- "4ur l automobnil, halrdit.; sma ntshed a Ijeweler's wlntdo.w ire todllay allnd escapcid with LI tray of .tianirlltd, after aI running revolver fihti wilth the pollee. 'Their a i am w.1 aidjid by I fa shlllllthby dressetd wonlia1 v\ii fa'ltlled In n ine arms of it uinl firnwi' til- ltlleiCl ll al a. 1' \hVa drawing his r-,.volier. Ai sonll as the i hlaieyI itre H llt -of s il i (h Wit. Lom n et tereed iA foy liif tll Iiltller the halr dits' 'ar . '. i. lt l l Iby I L ll- e.weint who ol he The R obbery.d and lug lthe polillilan and thri w hit lt lloff l se clllvo lii I .1lll IlilllH l III t I I't 111'-.' IAs 1'iiill-inii,t I 'atles I ilIliiI rIme, iii. \VThey tim1hen abandoned thI l aiIIIl 1.. chine, hich had been itoll NIm I. il it d 1own h -, l l d , li il i.iiti f d i lllt i ll l tro Wdl Ile ItS l io.l f 1.ile west 51de l 1 ni.ll lshl,11 Ilr:1(ll' r 1 ilkl street jleliry iltore, 11.rtld by the ,Crush of glass, ! flaw two n'll l i ating InI the shw wl ThTe roblers cr wined a tray of rink and Iihtiilled to t running ho'ard of II li, altom-obil. a vinalg slowly at the cutb. huiivttt iifrail thu, healr. As .Wolleomn I hooles t1n1n ran ih hk, cit St1c1kn oan hi lly ll o ithlstrict. liii IltItevlles. il.ie wailr. its ll hrtu n Illt thet LhotI as tLi hey a d 11 t car.ir Iolls If the lhilles was ieln to fall Ituttl,. JiL. 3-(ltpet'lai.)- TwO sItilts into a seat. 11,to ia aaiLnst tile toreo It lhisonmert at Iduho t th ls, Idaho, July The 4 191, on the charge of haIng ob lninct m'thales uder calse in irete fle blockade, il f .w blocks from Th1, len i o° the robbery. ll ili(ek i airrest.-d the el:alifll 'iur for l teedihlg. "Juw ,p intllld man, an' we'll take The lclauft.'cur took .s wvronl turn Jill'o Isk al lo avenue. Stfken', who Jlll on thl running ,.1 oad, turned tL protest. iln recedhk . stab over thj left eye, it blow on th, back of the hiad, a bullet hi the leg 1lll1 Way hurled from t'ill car. T'he thiehv"s l'ir.ld several minor.. shots at Stiken as he lay in the street. I1,; returned th, fire, but without effect. (.o;0d descriptions of tihl. Illn were giv In by thosl ; who saw th,'ll abandol SHORT LINE SUED. Butte., Jan. 3.-(Special.)---Two stilts I were flied today against the Oregon L Short Line by Thomt as Sweeney and Michael Gaughan, claiming $3,000 f damages each for false arrest and Im 11 prisonment at Idaho Falls, Idaho, July 24, 1912, on the charge of having ob tained money under ftalse pretenses. MERGER PLAN AS HELENA SEES IT CONVERSATIONAL SHUTTLECOCK AT THE CAPITAL IS CONSOL IDATION SCHEME. SOLONS READY TO1 PLAY Democrats of the Legislature Anxious to Toss the Measure About to Dis tract Attention From Other Sinister Plans-Capital City Being Groomed for New University. liltetiti, J|i. t " (8 t 'ff r rtiajraii failure tntlitt 'it't Ii slsle the' surllr y m" l tll|iplying! thalt Ipoinlt. to fulhllum fol" 111y atltt'mpt to use thet 4(chemlll fill co slbltl.ll tllionl ofl lith state( dutllci'titntal Ilin titutiiia a.u n I:tll Ito Iet toisied( aitoIlt the teglhiitrtire is it lis traction fi-nitmt the real work i'tt uit 'iil' that titity. hi fit', it is ,111ot e ter. tiln that ah carly aiitl eitirnest miiivts \will be nmade to disisae af the mat inLl tcr for the es.qslinl 1by refe-rring It ti, a itrong comitnssion tier Iii veatgittiton "- itt it+ ittitt t.inel't.sll fni' it iut's ti llte tit ts alnd to re, rt t t ll \ K ' llll lillf r o nll. bit Ii iiin l e111 i ti o ftltr f\ri,'tl.'lt-l dils tilt n thut i o aluit , ivtti't it itt hit t igns Itr' llll llllttit sh ll of v'iiiii itt . h t Treardtil tls i 'lulu I ill'il ti s i tht . ti t will Tax Commission. aith r till' liii " illthir m tti ttu l intl iin til' 1 1 11'l · ll l~its>llllt'l ilt'll \ II (I ll( lti) l (II(. t 11o r l- ' tl it c tll inl l 'l l iii Illn Ititu i t itt ror l~llho t)ll iis lll~ldilli Iiisll ll iS (X III lhl\. iholl ti' a ttiir to' utnlsolli lltti tlll a tll u ntu t i i' to vItit' lita a yai hiu p' o atih l ii ii t it ni'i i ''l lo ithn in I ti'lt. It iiliy lie l( linl rtl~',. toi otheri cities, titll i litil s u In t I 'ld hil ar it h l i IH iuls tti;t'l.t It'it It l 'ill llgr m l Ml tl l Ie ll. lilt Icu, witt | ith tutlu n lt t i l ura i .h ll ti g. te thr'oullli. 'Ph lil.T t I") l 't H II snii) wviii Ill be hflinit.ly n blnll ldoell dll i;. li..\' iun a qtinIh ty', lilid whi'l thalt hili hbeen donlii 1 Illvemqllnlt will bi set tn N il i h lhe; If srl K' ovi ltunent ('i'dll, thli< lillose . Thai t liI'h \ ;lrjl'llH e h.'lllshed, lh¢. \llwy will illll'll h b I'e IIII d it rm ll Vh'tary fio llicio a 1t. llt "lniv'rsity cit~"--so ih lo al'i h nlld.l f,. or c sllt, tI on poH i ntll tllil ll IInt lla llgthe lms s, Tax Commission. Vith tllhi Ii on ltlidation qiiHth in oll llf ilith V i way he' itlh \ decksl... will hbe construelivii ll\., hKl.is ihtio thati will h,,e pil'ipi sedq . AImIoIIg4 (.11l' Imlil' illiioitilnt oil thie. ..ubj.Ictsl dusti will contlie I~p alyqllV inl thll sei orsHII will be1 fl hill |'orl a linx ('olllil Htinll, to Iliil.! ill I'xhml~III.Iv Htlyll$ ofl lithe Ibe t ,'4y',ilolil ofl tl xai onlll anld to I'.pl rtl' lto tlle givernrll" i plul s sti~ilta le oif" ad.l pti on|l in Mrlllililni; a il ll fIll a1 pulih h titilill h 8 I'c llllttin s luill, Wlitl lliivlol to Iepfllinllo fiI1e opeitiallslll. miid t'hlil'41s ofl IiiuI li(lyl li] ht11, I.i% s li~, pow r trI elllullll lllld othel W. inlitril "nl y mil eslll ,,, iild ai hill f'orl aI 141 iil milil wa'll',|iollse Iltatel foir thie prloltet, o t ofl t hl" fll urinlellrl-s. Rough Sailing, hioiwevltel, forl Ihe' Hlt'h'lll tol pill thia upo II e I.il. h If11 .lers Vi l'hel Iri en rIIIIHllR rloail Iliu nnisilln'.. hi . Il#ll*.It'l is trun woulld hein h ti t award' l,'..ll wilh th, demnt111rmle Mai lllr piintf. rin. ll t, tl h e~l \wealkleni it woe.fllly. Mor'e. thanl Itimf, i1It la w.ll kno, w i thatl Iifluenia~ihl ilnuult ianti,. of1 h..lht Ith hoillo nd t111( Ili, natlil will Ihalk iit thitl sortll. iof Junlll ry, \villi Iifilu ili ry JU~l..lt,$.,l liltratigh1 th,, ,. idll AGAIN HAS CASTRO CHANGED HIS MINE N w York, Jan. 3.-TII f d,'hral 'nilurts lil' rn invnkul, tll od y in h halll of Ijlliti an i I l III ulld a writ of hl haIii irllsx wa.x grantild Ito brinlg hin hbfrM., a J1idicinil Irlhlllil, which iilay (I ter",m1r in th. ignusl' fll his dohtnllltiiin i: dIl irtirni. It was i ll...e i in tii ; i lopil - catitn that t hi formner irexllent -i Venezu.nl hlias ilfRailly hn t il l t thl'n ill In.igratlin statl n n Elis islahinid, whern. hl its hi'r'n detalilned sinl', his I arrival i ln a I'r..nih liner list 'T nse - Silday. 'h'i(, ,iutrl will l,, asked ti iin - i ifin till writ ailnd thus s.t him at Ibh erty. ''he writ is r.t irnailn Jianuary il hiefore I'elerial Jitita hallt, IvhI granted it today. ONE MILLION PEOPLE ASKED - TO CONTRIBUTE A CENT EACH Boise, JaIn. 3.--()lje mllllion people will he asked to give onle cent eauch to pay $500 fines imposed yesterday upon it. S. Sheridan and ('. 0. Broxon, ipub lisher and managing editor of the ('apital News, who, in addition to their fines are serving 10-days' sentence fur contempt in the county Jail. The movement was started by Representa tive Duning of Owyhee county, who contributed the first penny and ex BAIL ALLOWED CONVICTED MEN UNITED STATES COURT OF AP PEALS AT CHICAGO GRANTS WRIT OF SUPERSEDEAS. GREAT SUM DEMANDE[D Lump Amount of $1,100,000 Must B.e Put Up by Dynamiters to Secure Re lease Pending Appeal-Ten Thousand Dollars for Each Year of Sentence Hockin Does Not Figure. iONDS DEMANDED. S',st of" imini' t'reit : Frank IM, ]yan, hiciig', $.0,000. Jhn T. Iutttri. tlr'ff:lo; Olaf T. 'l'vciti oio,( tin li lI..t SL' Ci; J. E. lutunsey, SiIlt Ike c'ily; Eugone A. iluncy, Sn Francisico; Philip A. Cooley, New Orleans; "rank C. \WV bb, Now York; Mlichael J. Young, Boston, $60,000 each. John H. iBarry. St. Louls; Peter J. Smith, Clevelandt, $.10.000 each. 31strray f,. PeInnll, SIrlngfiold. 111.; WIV. 1I. ltrol -, Kan: , ass City; .l'n ,. ? 1,irrin, St. louis; Tlenry \V'. l ,g.,i: t ,ir, lh lvn , Cl o.; (hir:i h.a N. liuml . Min ,nitltOllt ; 1Id \\';rl'd " rnilth ,, I'm,.)rht: (orgo An der n, lhvqhlaii ; t t . ,1. I[,ntunutin, Stranti t , l'u.; \l. I. ''lnitn ne,. 'l ll.till pht L.; l .htie t il, II . ( assll iy, IS lhtiaotullih l; \illir hi . VI .ut n , lorl. SlidIl T; c l~n ·cl.t d l '4 \Vitli.; liil II.? t ,.v 'c( i i 11, 1 nol s '( C l. I lia Iin . eitlddin, ,Mih lwauke0, $3ii,ii00 oneh.li Illhluiird II. 1lotulihan. (ChILcago; IP'nl'i 1 1 J I Ill- nalls, lito autn; FLrink ,. l iL lnt rl, it iiuh:l ; , r~t't ShrHh u ,ii , Indhi tsulolls, $1i3,li0i i uulcht. WiVllinoin S. Stiulut'. llhhigo: a,.· s I' liuty, I'o li, II 1.; W iVlltllrtn : . l iim barlitli , r incll in'itil i; I, ra llk lc .. 1thillil s t uVrt iI,, ii , Y.; trhxt rhs. \' ,lit u lutiiiu.Iai,l i trillr ; t'rxtd .. 11u( i ni y,, Itihtiilh, $ti,0iiti lll il.h 'hilcgo, Jan,. 3.-- Haltl i the stln $1,100, Lil0 for r ill the, :i; union ltoli Irs onlllllctild if iniil'uia'cy to tralLns liilt. tlVuIllu mu ai t hi or)liltconing in urlir r Ihat Ihtiy iuiiy tkixo u., dvtlntagu 1 'o grit iniillg t nuil of iL ixrIt of al t 'iu'dout tbi y l11ii i itiitild ~IllteltU cir it ionu i"f nit iiuls lihri . \'liitilit , this uiililu lin i n Lii i lh tai lui i Ix os mitnl itud li't ountt;tl fior rtlolulMI;liN. eI i th.a t hil of gtlVu i diho t, lllu l Itty r eslllutalll th o lul dt Illt i i laH t l tI. lllol f i t l l t Ild Ite ib-. tui ndail- atoughl i ut'i, ilih the liii arly yu f l'rsn ihltllt I nllrt'k it. tyali rint u lo- ohth t ra lit il i hcitiN n Is rl chttu by theli' nivx ixug cii1t. Sixty dayS xini til.uwuit fur filitg tIlii upp ent.l T'i dvi.isian tini'lviii inliy 32 ot tfhe .I: iiie1 illw ill thel L ollV.,lnw'¢rth pl() i 4 nitliiiry, > a I ,l'lilrt S. Ih)tikin, dus1g. i it an tui g lla ftlti liurionert n a "h, lini f ntr , til., i t ot i iui ol. Undue Haste. Judgll,., tHaker iill llounmnllll hoeard( thel luauilluttlH lutuit thi thtuxvn Was gtvn torillt y Judge Hltit.. lh, took oc. uitusui tl i iitnim te thiiut uuilue husto xini iifisillotitid iil cuutt ittllg the tle. Thi, nrt wx 's iaitli, gl'r tly oti tih tiutlit rollIed biy ti, dii sl'.,its that th, iiiixutturaer wit-i cnvip lut- uf tutiuti iI'I \V I' t,' ,,lll ' IIIII l 0 1 18 o pir'II y ( Cof 1 llis ill l uuft- i ,iN tir i ntilltlut r t '. iii xi ' I tt~l,, i ri otl i -tlli itt, it u t I n fixiut Ing .n nn log ball to.) co111, \\uis i fllu]i.nt.H! by [tie fnllt, thnil (I11, off''lnlsl: hinvolv.'d ilr'l nlli e.xtrat dital e.ll, ,J ilan~ AmIietrlsol, wvhi) pro, shhdl oiver thio rirll ...iit., IVII iautholr, iz.'d toi li;isn,. thll Il i ta b .lil ility and ildh - contitl ullld on1 Pag-e, ThreeT.) I I (':S t , iIllll I' tLt( ely upo)nI finidin g Isu rl.ht to land was utluestlln(d, had de Schled to return volunt.arily to Europc, Sandl had engaged passage on the seiii her Amnrikn, sailing tomorrow f ur |I LilIaIthlfr. As )l oon 1as he l'aned the Swrit hadi been granted Ih cancelled his - passage. L.gmul pIroceedings to deteridnoe th 4 status of Castro Caise as a surprise, for thL former Venezuelan executivo ;- alltrently ht givenll up without espe - ial regret his illtention to visit this coullntry, and ha.ld dclared a desire to return to Eunrope as quickly as a steiunir could carry him. pressed the hope that there were one million men and women in the United States who would follow his example and make penny contributions, "for the cause of freedom." Sheridan and troxon, together with A. R. Cruzen. were found guilty for publishing the criticism of Colonel Roosevelt of the Idaho supreme court's decision preventing the placing of the progressive presidential electors' names on the ballot.