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SOglr orwrabablq foLr i , partnlent. Cm u you VOkI. XL. NO. 4 MISSOULAi MON rAr4 FR0AY"N Mi1 Ni , JANUARY°9, 1914. PRICE EWE k WITHOUT TAKING ANY ACTION FERRIS COMPLETES MI~:ON TO CENTER OF STRIKE ZONE Governor of Michigan Prepares to Leave Houghton With out Remedying Matters. SEES SOCIALISTS Houghton, Jan. 8.-So far as seek ing information Was concerned, Gov ernor Woodbridge L. Ferris of Michi gan, virtually completed his mission tonight to the copper mine strike zone. There remained the promise, made on his arrival, that, after get ,ting information from both sides, he intended to exercise powers of per suasion tdward a settlement. There were Indications, however, that this phase of his activity in the situation might be postponed. He asserted that if posalible he would leave for Big yipids, his home, tomorrow morning. I..any case, it was stated, he intended to leave tomorrow night. Chief interest centered i n the tes tilmony today of the copper mine operators. It .was largely a historical discussion, although emphasis, was laid on the. opinion of the individual officials that union labor as such was not repugnant to them. They made it plain, however, that the Western Fed eration of Miners could hope for no consideration from company sources and they did not hesitate to make the governor know that this attitude was unchangeable. Meets Non-Union Men. After this conference the governor mot a delegation of Finnish and Ital ian non-union workmen, who came to ask for state protection. They told the state executive that they were subjected to daily threats and abuse from strikers. They said that they had no use for the Western Feder.ea tion of Miners or any other union. Tonight the governor met Victor Barger Of Milwaukee, Seymour Sted rtlah of Chicago and Charles Edward Russell of New York, who are in vestigating the strike situation as ag pointees of the national executive committee of the socialist party. Confers With Socialists. Two panaceas for the strike situa tion were presented to the governor. Mr. Rusedell said the state executive could end the trouble if ht would use his power and influence with the min ing Companies to force them to recog nize the Western Federation of Min ers. "Will you do it?" he asked. "No, sir; I will not," was the em phatic response, and the governor added that he did not know what he would do if the state of Michigan should order him to recognize a church or any other organization. Mr. Berger proposed that all mine guards and deputies be withdrawn, that the sound sense of the citizens be trusted to preserve law and order, and that the state protect the men from evicion. He offered no Ilan for the accomplishment of this latter pro posal and Mr. Stedman suggested that the state might establish tent colonies for the housing of the men. He said the companies had no legal right to own and rent houses under their charters, hut Grant Fellows, at torney general of the state, disagreed with him. UNREST IN REGINA. Regina, Sask., Jan. 8.-Reghna will be under martial law tomorrow night, it was announced tonight, because of the acute labor situation and of threats of violence by leaders of many unemployed men. Superintendent McGibbon of the mounted police has dispatched a detachment to patrol the city. The unemployed men are said to be armed. An Ad and Its Answer CAME TO MY PLACE LAST FALL, one red and white spotted cow, branded .s with har aro rsn lenter, on right hip. Owner will please write to Joe Jemison. (learwaiter, Mont. This ad was published just seven days. Then came this letter: "Missoulian:-Enclosed please find ad in serted by Joe Jemison of Clearwater, Mont. The cow was mine and she is here. She left in the spring of 1912. Please send bill'for ad to me. Yours resp'y, R. A. Estey, Potomac, Mont." This cost $2.40. Mr. Es tey got back his cow after almost two years. The class ad placed him in communication with the man who had found his cow. If the class ad can do that, surely it can perform any of the ordinary errands which you may want done. No matter what you want, the class ad is the, cheapest and surest means of finding it that you can employ. There are thousands of people in western Montana who read the class ads every day. Why not let them read YOUR class ad? If you are out of work *nd want a job, the ad will cost you nothing. Isn't that 4 fair proposition? THE "ONE-MAN MACHINE." The chicf comla:in t of the miners in the M ichigan colerer eounttr? when they went on -trike tas!t July was a gainct the "one-manr machline.' This is a machline tlel in copper mining that \\weighs more thanl 100 pounds. 'ormcrly I\two mell operated it, Ibt tllhe millel's assert that the managelrs diseoveel-d Ithat hy i:ilng the utmoslt 1.trength otlo lanl ('ould operate it. It is chcarged that the machine has a \violent vibration and breaks down men rapidly. ---~ - -` - '-~'~- ~ -- - ~ f TOBACCO AND RAIS UNDER BAN GIRLS ADOPT MORAL CODE FOR BOYS, BUT STERNER SEX HITS BACK WITH VIGOR. Dodge City, Kan., lan. S .--A Good Habits club, comlposed ,if young womenllll who have taken a vow to declilne the attentions if young Imen who swear, smoke, drink intoxiei tiintg liquors or gamble, was iorganizid here with 401 mnembers. A clause of the vow taken by the young women hinds them not to attend any party or social gatherling to which any young man not meeting the club's requirements has hben invited. Back at 'Em. Plans for forming the ciIb have beenl Uinder way since thie Inew yearl. An ink ling of its pourliposei eIied theI ear.s of the young men. 'I'he. allrcfdly h]ve heltl one secret meecctig, at which the question of yielding to the deilcnands 1 f the girls was discus.ld,.I amnd tonight the boys issued a clounter-ultima.tum stating that "girls whiro \er I'ais, tldrug store eomplexions, slit or hobble skirti will not be considercd Iccecpta.ble cont pany." GALLATIN POULTRY SHOW. Bozeman, .lan. .-(Slpecial.l-The eighth annual exhibit of the Gallatin County Poullltry association oplen.ed with 500 birds on exhibition. This year's s8Iho hais an incrlse, of l0lt birds or more over the last year andllt the quality has raised Ipropiortionately. C. A. Greenfieldl of Butte, who is judging the show, declared today that it is the best hlie has ver seen. FEDERATION HEADS RELATE STORY TO JURY MOYER AND TANNER, CLOSELY GUARDED, TESTIFY AT HEA'R ING IN HOUGHTON. Houghton, Mich., Jan. 8.-Charles H. Moyer, president of the Western Fed eration of ~Miners, lan Charles Tanner, auditor of the organization, today told the grand jury their ersions of the deportation episode of December 26. Less than two hours were consumed in the grandl Jury foom. The men then returntedo tl he same hotel In Hancock whencet they were taken a fortnight ago. No anoncllmllll'oent as to the nature of tlheir testimony was forthcoming from any authoritative source and they Ihetmselvcs declineid to grant inter views. Except for the fact that a big crowd of union Imen greeted their leader on his arrival and stood about the hotel in groupiis while he was there, no inci dlent Iollrrred to retall the intense lIittelrltess thlat preceded the deporta tion. Itilh I'ederation men were gulardetd Iy deputy sheriffs and there was a gentral feeling that since they were imder the official protection of the slate of 'Michigtan all sigtns of re* sentment shoull he suppressed. Deputies Guard Them. 'The' tren were met at I'hanninttg, the first jtuncttion pIoint in Michigan resachetd by train from ('hicago, by two deputies selected for their fearlessness and relia.hililv. Virtually every step of Moyer and Tanner was guarded by those men thrtotghot the day and evening. Except for their trips from the railroad station to the hotel and to the courthouse in Houghton and back to Htanncck, however, the men made tic) appearance in public. 0. N. Hilton, chief of counsel of the lederation, inmt the party at the hotel and went inito annference with his clients. Victor Berger, former Mil waiuke' conllgressman, who is here as a menter of a committee from the national socialist party, was admitted to the ronom, but onlly after a consid erable wait. He boarded the Incom ing train at Houghton, but failed to gain admission to the locked state IOOn. Gov'ernor Ferris and the head of the strikers' ttnionl did not meet. The governor left Hloughton In an auto mobile early In the afternoon and did not retulrn for several hours. Mean while the federation mneo had 'com pletcd their visit in Itoughton. TO ADJUST RATES. Denver, Jan. 8.-To adjust rates In the third and fourth express zones to conform with the views of the inter state commerce commission, a meeting of attorneys and representatives of five express companies, rate experts and members of railroad and utilities com minllons of Colorado, Arizona, Mon tana, California, Nevada, Idaho, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming will' be gin a conference here tomorrow. IF OLD-LINE CREW IS MR. COLBY SHOWS IMPOSSIBILITY OF AMALGAMATING MOOSE AND REPUBLICANS. DERIDES "STRADOLERS" ,Speaker Attacks in Caustic Terms At titude of Borah and Hadley-Intelli gent Enough, He Says, but Inoculat ed With Virus of Office-Holding Platform Tomorrow. Des Moines, Jan. 8.-- iainbrldge Colby of New York spoke tonight at the opening session of the state pro gressive conference here. "The republican party is as dead as Caesar," he said In a speech that de nied the possibility of the progressives .\er consenting to amalgamate with any other party. Mr. Colby spoke in the most caustic terms of the attitude of Senator Crm mins, Senator Borah and former (;ov ernor Hadley toward the progressive party. "Intellectually they see the vigor of progressive party principles." he said. "As men of intelligence they recognize it must prevail. But as men inoculated with the virus of office holding and by anmbitiong that can be gratified only by election to office, the eventual triumph of a party is not enough. They want.' Its imctediate success expressed in terms of their personal promotion. "There is but one honorable and logi cal coulrse for the honorable men of the republican party, and that is the open and courageous identiflc'ation of themselves with the party that best expresses their ideals." Tomorrow the conference will frame a state platform and perfect an elabo rate state organization. LYNCH STEPS DOWN. Indianapolts, Jan. 8.-Janes M Lynch, slate labor commissioner of New York, today formally retired as preslient of the International Typo grlaphical Iunion, and was succeeded iby James cc . Duncan of New York city, Who has been first vice president of tthe organization. Mr. Lynch, who has been heai. of the typographical union since 1901i, Was guest of honor at a farewell banquet tendered him tonight by t, inccternational officers and mem bers of the Indianapolis Typographical union. REWARD FOR DOO POISONER. San Francisco, Jan. .--For the ar rest and conviction of the person who poisoned Clonmel Radiancy, an im ported prisze-winning Airedale terrier, Miss FEdith Cheaebrough, the owner, offered a reward today of $1,000. Miss Chesehrough is one of the best known women golfers of California. BRYAN. ELLS WWILSON A SPtENDDI LEADER Chicago, Jan. 8.-Secretary of State Bryan, in an address tonight to the Chicago real estate hoard, praised Prbaldent Wilson as the leader and in spirer of legislation for the common weal. His subject was "The New Era in American Politics." "We have a progressive president and no obstruction to immediate logis lation remains except the ancient rules of the senate which permit the active minority to extend debate almost in definitely," said Mr. Bryan. "President .Wilson follows his con science and is in sympathy with the masses, thus combining the two neces sary qualtties of a leader." Secretary Bryan left Chicago tonight for Toledo, Ohio, where he is scheduled to make an address tomorrow. Senator L. Y. Sherman of Illinois also addressed tile real estate men upon the srlhJecn t of personal thrift. RAINBOW IS OMEN OF COMING PEACE By A. L. STONE. Following a thunder shower at Blossberg and a fireless storm in the city council. there was a bril lianlt rainbow yesterday afternoon. thei second one of the week. This is a peculiar January In many re spects and perhaps the rainbow does not have any special signifi cance. .But it was hailed as a surety' of peace by those who saw it yesterday afternoon. The un usual display lasted for nearly halt an hour and was observed by many total abstainers and by several citizens who are not members of the police force. Judge Woody says there Is no precedent for this kind of a Jstnuary in western Mon tlalts I .5 Senor Eiuerta Is Still Chucklinig Over is -Little New YEars Joke •r R President Huerta is said to have confided to some of his friends that his recent message to President Wilson, wishing "a happy New Year to the glorious people of the United States," was meant as a joke. TRIP TO CHIHUAHUA IS ABANOONED REBEL CHIEFTAINS BOARD TRAIN BUT GO TO CULIACAN FOR TIME BEING AT LEAST. ilaytoren;l. onora, .Tan S. -.enerall t'arraiiza, imiost of his eat binet milnis ters. and the expedition of ;ei i.rrl lucin anlo, are oni thheir \\.y to Cantia'.n. Th'le ll'irposed trip into ('hi htuatua admnitedly hlia ben- ahanadiOied for the present. When curranza'. special Ia in left Ilermosillo today n ne Inew\\ until the main line wa' reatithd what diire tion the constitulionaliast leatder w l.)l take. By thist ra11tel 'hlhinhai ll ria n li. reached only by itn irit-itouil journeyi over the oiflOntiinti atndl north atgain toward the Tex. horder. It has beenll expected thatl ielneral straItnza willt make ianl aitomoble trip toi Jesnny, along the Arizonla order. M.ilartron was the sltoppDing plIaei for '111- h alt rv tonight, ot' ineitd int withl tle dep;irtttre froli tHermnosillo i('ttic thIe annotnentiil that ;ienieral Manuiel A. aliio, al lii surgenit (,(llllilll OlrI i 'llhilllilll l,. Ihad been niamed lvil giovernor if fhln state. It was said that Villa woulld reillainI as military onlllnantder. Villa, lisd ri quested ('arranza to comel toii ('hlthit htia and irganLze the civil governoPentl, wlhile Villa wotitdl detol ihis entire tIlmei to military orgntlzalions. MEN'S FALL FASHIONS ARE SOMETHING FIERCE Ialtimore, Jan. .-O)vercoats la I worn biy men next fall 'will nearly ap protach rivalry wvith w\Vomen'a gti'r (larments will hie made uip of tlaids and rough clothli and the sle.ves will lie mnucih oni the rlder of tho kimonoio. This was the decision reac'hod hlire todiliy by d1 i ttei s to lithe coivtinti- i oif the Natitional Ass.l iatinl ti t f 'loth ing Itsigners. Mien's outer i-ti.hingi , except ing overdOats, will tIe of Ilight weight tIex tures and tight IIthing itnd clttllitws will he modsr t iand in ( cior landl i d1sili wvhat art critics all "low Ikey." "JUST FOR EXCITEMENT." Philadelphila, Jan. R--. trhaigarI iwith attempltilg lo set ia large ldelimrtlnilti store on fire "jlust for exciti Ient iIi," tJames R. Weldon, a 1I4-var-old errand boy, was atrrettedl todtay. tlt-es w-ere discovered In waste lipnl,'r hin the hniild ing yesterday tanit todtlay JOHN WESTFALL DIES. Deer Iodlge, Ja.n. x.---(.Hpetll . ) Joihn C. WVestfll, aigedt 72, old-thne plonleer ofI thi. state. dlied leri last night. I1te rtan to Montana. it l.iO(i and later madllle is hotlllll it lhillits burg. In later yoltrs i. e ngiltget in the sheetlp business iandl Ietatilen wealthy. NOTE OF OPTIMISM SOUNDED BY PRESIDENT BEN B. THAYER Butte, Jan. t.-(Sp i;I.- "lh .rc. in i Montana, where conditions ;are III Itinllylv good, the people in general little realize the state o, if ol'fira ini other parts of the countlry, ,irnlii larly in the east and out to Il hl wVetl and northwe-;t. At the rore lor iln try is good and ourlnd and tlae prersent depression in In large, degree 'd.~ur;led by the people's nervous state of mind and lack of confidence, hbut the end orf deplt)relsion., i holieve, has been' reached." ruch were the words of lion It. Thayer, president of the Anaconda Copper Mining companyl , in an inter view here. lli visit to Hutte isl for the purpose of inspecting the company's proper ties and he will probably remain for a month, visiting Great Falls. Mr. Thayer referred to the change in operating policy at Great Falls stating that the concentrating of low. grade ores at Anaconda instead of at Great Falls would result In the ag Igregate In an enormous saving to the OROlCO GETS BACK AFTER SHORT 'FORAY FEDERAL GENERAL FINDS ONLY OUTPOSTS OF REBEL ARMY AND SMELLS NEW MOVE. ('j i ll~r , 1ii ' il i O, i ,li l. i. ' ef lii .,111t t to ()jltrj ttn|ii ii d ' l'it fl l't ' i , 1000 iii i inl trip t Is m iha, l le ll:nl . i lrl,- rr'e rl, P \'i o 1111 l il t' I S Ii i t'l' It tii , I lI' II| I" o ly Ih . ioll' of l.l (he;l" Im r l le'l l 'rm . The rlbihls tre Ielic'i'l In he of F'r:i citrct o Vi lh 113t o pre11' 1 111, 1 lrlald frtoll ' V ths I l y li i ittt t uttl, ti]'t i Sl,lihtig.i All i tI ' I111 1 ' I t 01, 'tll t'~ \ h rPIli ill it inohly frame ho her. wIII tI'i ll th Il 1 , 11~t i t I:IIt subilior. , r li ll l' l slV iMl l. lilftl t1 ii"lhl t l wop l it, lh i\ h e I '. lir:ll h ,l v00 8 il hl llP ;tthl thI r l 11 ,1 1" ilh I(1ITIrI·I.I |'aitrI. o Ha1 I 11". win cll altrl'l hit lt ll , eof111 l' i l 111. 1 ll i0 ; Ill lth sl htl ?e t1ole eia t I1'1tl h*; 11 i:,tls l' |fl' fi o 'In ',mst , iln l of IlHII'nloIIH rend ed withfl I inll - 110 rrhi as o 1 t Illlll l illt tit hti' I I li' I hI,'I l L "hll I r. i "\'re ith t us'h'er 1 onfic in:1 h lel :11 it n s; will I (l lle . ]h , hn in ,lhl hra 11 lpet. I·: lrlO l l 'il , - l -(ivi1 llt ll. ll| \,:i 11RM O I I;l II i . ll , t lell l ile III I lu t, ' lh.I I Vshi. rlse tlel ll i (( \ ' l . l 11; htl l :he r l?;l ble len sh, if'n y h '. l by in nt II . 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It isI i l tin Ii on. in in innin0 l 1.i ship lo -grite orii-:i2 toI I li, i \ iii n h 4 Iln a im I ctreni Ihr ii, nan ·1 : ·'.1 . n nt I nilceniji tem o tIn t -t i :l IInin n i.. tIiaIInn tint' p ill,. In ".. ni , It n innl . , ,I , SIlmitl', Anniwn-Ii n. ~InI- i'. nlnn i'll lis " m f il Ann ila-in Int nntlmitn I l'. , iiist nif nite traiti nntaijiiion ...m'i 111 inn li;i5 bemn grina Ily r1-ni in-,t. xi Inn Ii wastH ' her finacorill ii ilirn'ti'iii, in l coiin auiijm toii hai t iig itsI 4i; I-;n m r'·, shnilniennn if cnoniti;Iin-n toi Fa.llmi, the iiiien!itiitmnr it WVaimlnmi i7, Inninig enlatrged. "Therei'cs aftoticeih'iil tn-ennlinv tin "I'he more recent uittiraci of Ir, m-m dlent Wilson andi A tlnrii ,- (;einrail McIReynold~is, andl thne connsernt~ive a t.i - tltudie nif the a dimmntlnlmitra tii Inardn corporations has hetlped in tliii fllre ument to restolre conlfidenlce. WIth PLUMP LA I' THE IOEAL TYPE FASHION-PLATE LADY OF PRES ENT DAY CALLED DEFECTIVE BY NATIONAL EXPERTS. RACE HAS DETERIORATED Civilization Has Been Disastrous, Says Conference for Race Betterment Fashion, Tobacco and Liquor Largely to Blame-Sterliization of Crimnals and Degenerates Advised. RI~ tl' t.'q'k. Al.,'h. .I . S.- "The fim p t'ft ' t'' .,I" . t, ,'l l ',e ý (,,i)(, of VOll9n1 l:; Ihlid rii r',,, ,I h 11, very salight, 1111h1 ."hN::l.I" . l o.1. \", I w; mnllan, at I ".:,,til .:u ,,x " , I , \ fI lt iion." D1)r. i hI,,l:ll-l I ntli :" ill (;',1'it xr ;Iiti IR pilds S:,)r ,.1 i, it ,i1l r1.x ::,; tuniglht at the N l litll:ll i 'illrl'l l' lll )t IL :ii'r' B3 tt r .... I. ihi II l 1i i o l x it x s i lons today. I1I. :-.- 1t11 h l .t A.hI, l I '\l.\l ,'r. Ihal t "we hIi I, li i .. :,li ir hlih ving that i\ 1( 1,r I:i: 11\ ~' lit' it g )i n hll e has ( )lh 'r. :·'.li<l '. xi ilWill'h llh( I . H . 1. 1tlnlihli, il,, 1tl e111 .h'lt .o ' the 'llx x,'llh i. . iig.lt oi'l 'it' o it tilil : pring i ,t r ,I l', g ; Ir gt111 iin tgllltL of ",\\ lli:;' (;.,n 1 , ,I e I'l' CrxSsor R . ' \ n lilin. ill ,1 rtt rx of the A iiiirl, tIi A :* :., ,',II 1 I t C' linical 1'rnuiii t,,i,,\, ~I~ J11i' l ot(1 ill-', In.l. Defects Always Present. III :111 1, :, ; g.n tl t, d xt-l ioration \t i 111. I g nxux i, Il i'. gj it t saidg I'xi, lli '. i I ih lt',iI'ri in the \i l,, it I. ' li IIx, \ ,I\, Ii . ,l ipresent ltl,)ll , .,xl t,`' ll tI1" i' itill" ti' t O tiiltR, x l ui.i ix i ni l.lh, l 1 t. ' fl ilv , l11ip, id, ,\'l II il ; Iihlll~ I I xi.l'l. 'I I' : I.'t11e ier l a ld lh lIii I x..I I '' I I l x' Ixix .t x I ilI" Iglll. t IS "l lxi tl. nlli.l lllx iiti t i n tu lil f g.l . nt l :t n lllii i i ltn1h ' Itl i., tl i.,ey1 r ull nde 'T'h, : lib , I i'n i iPht h ip for tiu atn h !, Il l, 1 i IL a m biu111 il \\ :1 ::t 'rilization. I110 IIr ,".I Ihlfl ui,1h1,ul , I .f lil't n' t llilnq III., oil '-i ln , i , gnf tlc o ',:ilo ilxi, and u i x ll Ih i tl hi11 li ,I g wg ilI It i.- (ti S nl ui , )! i ,rl -,11,4 . ~ihl 1lse,\t'here. : l; f r i' li tix ' rItirtr e d iI , \ i, i i" .. i: i i:: it till gh rrtli t h .xi .. . x., . i . i i, c . Dut gsHurt Race. i"Ii t \\v I(.l . vII' :n il Y Ill 1 :11(1 In Iil II i 1 :iiI' l iii "InI t111 11v1 c ora tilo it11 11 iiil lii1 11(. lr I II ',: I nsti fi- h ,.i iihi Iii in itnlll l II riIt"lr V' ril s hll h;ni1r. Vin "li \hiIl",I" t iiitv huh aid An Illil Yn\ lIi clii.Iii liii I it ftnlrt ustu ni :I lll" ii:' in I t :tIlll i tnlrf 'lt he (:1lnr ·11 1III· n ll iii * ni, ";Ill Ill. 4' 1 W ii Jg iiiiiliu I I nIit. I refe~r It1 II t j l l t i tI It I' i I (lhl hfi Of Ii :iii II vnt ill tl. tttt3 ll xverk r I tr un Ill in .lu, r; h ll 11. it, 'pho hinu f l 'it It -i rh i i t iin ii ili I :ri tI I lit)d Ii r i i i~l" fir ' I. tl I lnt i ; lnrt bell t~ita n l I' It' lillnl:l t Ilih , iti th - .11:' I, of l I; 1 1 "; il"l i I .- ili tliC ini GENLItAL 1iJCKNER DIES. in If,, in 11 It I I 1. 11 . t ilf: ;l. 3. -4' enera t y I'tug It ih''' lit It illllt-ha ired t:In! ii : i..ni h ~ t' tlil i ''.I't 'l ', i 't , . v ,. r 1i1d.'i a i . I caipital to 1 T h ' h . l" , ·l'l l t Ili ig ip n , * ' ,t1 1,',;l as "l it I nr I t h : l I, " pr~ol;ion has .' , : " .t , I r . I. i.:. tim ent lt h .. : Ii ta.ti atj"r o 0 Mr. THI l , thlie oats or L+" r r'nl) . rroo'ned largely ', h. i ... : ;, I i anti demand. 'l r' L,~..¢ ;L',:In lt Ih,.:.,ned demand for l'i - l :"I :, nt whichl copper It t rriny r tires and plate nt 't:. a !nb i-s. Thire aIs no Joker 'lit, ir t ia coppel r attuatitn is that 1', t her aire no linger li,. enormous sipjili's on hand that were known i1 the oldci d s." Mr. T'hayer stated that the Anu 'cindtha complany's mines and mills n\orkins to capacity and that the alltnagemtient hopes to continue at normal rate.