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VOL.IL^NO. 210. ANACONDA,MONTANA SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 5, 189:. PRICEFIVE CENTS. PASHCLOTHING CONCERN, 45EAST PARK ST.. BUTTE Inthe past few days things^are looking considerably more^favorable than tormerly.^Spring goods coming in and as^we are f.appy to say some are^al^o going cut. The styles this^year have not materially^changed f.om what they were^last year; both extremes being^worn In suits a plain black^garment is proper hut also a^garment with checks, 2 inches^wide is just asta hionabic. The^^Black Cra/.e^ is still on, black^suits, black shirts, black under^^wear, black socks and black^silk handkerchiefs, being still^very largely worn. Outside of^this, houcver, and except in^suits, plain colors seem to have^taken entire possession ot the^market in underwear,shirts and^sucks; lew fancy garments be^^ing obt tinable. We are happy^to state, however,for the tune-^fit ol those who still persist in^the old styles that we are^MBOSgtt the favored lew who^were able to ootain any and^while possib y not able to show^as large a line as 111 former^years can still show a good^assortment. BUDGETJTM. BERLIN Prospectsof the Withdrawal of the Pro^^hibition Against American Port THESUGAR TRUST. GERMANY AND THE FAIR Exhibitor* from the Fatherland^Will Make a Display Worthy of^the Country^ Tha Alliance Be^^tween France and Russia. SUITS. Weare this season going to^make an effort for the trade of^the working man and to that^end have provided ourselves^with lines of suits especially^adapted for them. We have^suit's at #10, #12, Si 5, Sis and^$20 that we offer as leaders^that were it not lor the fact^that w e desire to start the sea-^sen with large sales we would^..itfk from ^3 .0/5 higher. Afew we will mention: At^^10 we have a dark mixed^cheviot guaranteed all wool^and fast color, and a suit that^no man need teel ashamed to^wear on anv occassion. At $\2^we have a light brown check, a^very nobbv suit and in tact one^tiiat w ould very easily bring SiS^w ere we inclined to ^mark our^goods at the IUM prices that^our competitors mark them.^At Si5 we show a very neat^black cassimere with a light^stripe, guaranteed all wool and^a Em color. We have others^too numerous to mention and^can only say ii prices or the^myiag of mor.ey is an obiect to^you, call on us and we can fix^you. '1 Asbefore mention the^^li'aci: Cr.'./e^ stiil being on we^have la.d in a large stock in^underwear, oversh i tsocks,^ties and handkerchief- ai d we^arc offering them at staple^prices instead of the fancy^prices usually obtained for^. novelties. In our overshirts^outside of black we are show^^ing a larj;e an^i fine line of^goods in Jerseys flannels and^Madras with and without silk^^tripes. In Jerseys we have an^exceptionally fine line^some of the finer goods^running as Mgh a^ $7-$0^but they are the very finest of^the kind obtainable. In under^^wear we have some fine bal-^brig.;an^, cashmeres and lisle^threads We are now closing^out our line of bar coats as we^are not in the right location to^sell trum and we can only say^to some of our dandy mix^^ologists if you will only step a^little out 01 your way we will^sell you for $\.t,0 and #2.00^what others will sell you for^$2.50 and S3.C0. STRICTLYCASH. PASHCLOTHING l)CONCERN 45EAST PARK ST.. BUTTE Copyright 1801 by the New York Associated J'l'CSS. Dh.i.in,April 4.^ Negotiation* have^hecu rt sunn il lietwceit United Slates min^^ister Phelps and Chancellor von Caprivi^on the question ol the withdrawal of the^prohibition against Amerieuu pork pro^^ducts and there are more hopeful pros^^pects of an early and successful issue^Ui.m recent re pons have led the public^to believe. An important indication of^tiic government's: intentions is given in^to-nighTs Xttrth (ifrmun Oazfttr. Com^^menting upon an American dispatch pub^^lished in the Berlin papers, headed ^No^pigs, no beet-root sugsr,^ the (Ja-^tetle says: ^Contrary to the adverse^views expressed in the dispatch, the^American government, in undertaking^measures of sanitary reform to put an^end to the German embargo upon Ameri^^can pork, has adopted the best and only^means to had to a derided agreement.^Public satisfaction over the udmistioii of^Ainerianu cuttle inct cases us the quuutiiy^01 the imports become recognized. Ham^^burg elli'-iul returns pat March show dur^^ing Mm month Kit American cuttle were^uuporied. If ttie lot of ;^M^ brought lute^in Kebru iryjliy the steumship Amalill he^added, 1 he lotul promises a rapid expan^^sion of trude. Chancetlor von Caprivi received n me^^morial from a delegate* representing vari^^ous del man industries, prepared alter^two days' discussion, regarding the Chi^^cago world's fair, asking for the appoint^^ment of an imperial commissioner, anil^that tho government otherwise us-ist m^tne fullest possible way (iermati exhibit^^ors to make a display worthy of the coun^^try. To-night's tuliliseh' .VaWii-icaVit^stutes the dominant ollictals are in favor^of the representation of German tratles^in a manner worthy of tin ir present de^^velopment. Moscjwpapers simultaneously with^litissiun organs m I'ar s and lirussels, re^^port that President Curnot is coming to^Moscow, ostensibly to visit the French^exhibition of arts and industries which is^to be opened there in May. Anarticle in La France says the pres^^ence of President Caruotat Moscow is ol^^Vlously needed for the purpose of elicit^^ing public opinion. President Carnot's^going or not going will not alter the fuel^that the alliance between France uml^Itussia, recently accomplished, vastly^itrtjrtiti r.s the danger and accelerates the^uppr ^ach ol war. Thec hiefs of the drribtind will ac t in^unison Kith Lord Salisbury in reference^to the Bulgarian cnmroglio. Their^preconcerted polny consists in sim^^ply refusing to interfere or to per^^mit interfering in the Balkans. Asignificant incident has Just occurred^in Soliu. Huron Watigcnhcim, German^eon Mil at Sofia h is telegraphed to Chxtl-^cellor von Caprivi for instructions as to^how be should respond to Premier Stan-^buloIT's demand for the surrender of^Sochovakoir mid t'avits of the Kitssiun^agency, who is licensed of sending menac^^ing letters to Prince Ferdinand and his^mother, the Princess Clementine, and to^M.drascotl.liiilguriati minister of foreign^affairs, liaron von Wangcnhcim repre^^sents Uussia since her own minister has^been withdrawn. Chancellor Ton Caprivi^instantly authorized the surrender of^Si chovakoff. A ScNteATitJNAL CHIME. ACeu'rul Autttrlrau Murder Similar to Ike^Celebrated llyriiuil Case.^N'l.w YoiiK, April 4 ^From San Jose^Guatemala, come the details of u murder^similur to the- celebrated Kyruud case ut^Paris. A wealthy hanker. Curios Sunn-^banc z, in November en'ered a In use on^Iks outskirts of the city lor tin- BaYI ose of^purchasing a large amount of American^^ xehuiige. lb- had a lurgc sum of mou^ y^ami jewels en his person. The assassin's^iinstri ss inveigled him into u compromis^^ing position, when the assassin, a Span^^iard named (,^ r-U, rushed in and stuhhi d^him to death. He rohlied the body and^shipped it to the United Slates. The facts^were just brought to light by the confes^^sion of Gog ^ls while drunk. Got-Is and^the woman, with another conspirator,^were arrested and doubtless will lie pun^^ished. GrocersPledge 1 h. in.. Ives Mat to Tar.^clin.e auy Foreign Kellaed Sagar.^Nr.w York. April 4.^ I he sugar trust^committee of the state again examined^to-day Theodore Haveraeyer of the Amer-^can Sugar lit lining company, who said be^had nothing to do with the California re-^lint ries. '1 here was nothing in the report^that the reflneries were going to combine^and raise prices. The cost of refining^here was grt aler than in any other coun^^try. A letter was handed the witness^and be was asked to read it and tell what^be thought of it. Theletter was addressed to the chair^^man of the m.ar trust investigation and^stated that lust wet k all ugreemeiit was^entered into between the sugar trust and^all other American refineries on one part^and nil the principal a'bolesule grocer* of^the [Jailed Stutes of the second part.^That the American rt lluerics are to pny^the grocers out -quarter of a cent gcr^pound logeth cr with 1 per cent, diaoopul^if the bills for si.gar are paid within ^tic-^week from the date of sale. In return the^grocers pledged themselves not to uttr-^chase any foreign refined sugar. Have-^meyer suid the w'.iole thing was a lie. I JohnF.. Seniles, treasurer of the ^Id^trust, expressed an opinion that if the^manufacture of sugar in this country was^under one management il could ba Sup^^plied to the public ut a cheaper rata) and^wilh more profit to the refiner taan^through single operations. A long, dis^^cussion took place us to ttie production of^the corporation tcooks, in the course of^which Counsel Root remarked thtjl he^ilidn t see why the committee wauiud to^examine the books anyhow. Senator Ir^^win Bared up at Ibis and told tha sugar^people several things, among others that^It is re ported that the ii list's dividend-^are made hy operations in Wall street.^P. (^. liuvemeyer sharply intc rjeeted,^^Such talk is all rot. SenatorIrwin replied: ^1 hid prt^of of^all 1 heard; you all ought to lie ill state's^prison.^ I he re main T. A. Haveuicyi r^grew angry and objected to the el.airii.an^acting us u ;nd before the ease w'as^tried. Searies went on 1o say that to bis^knowledge there was no agreement for a^division of the country i ctwcoli S. H.^Spreckles and the trust, llavcmc-yur, he^said, had made a sort of urraugeinMit of^a personal nature with Spreckles that did^not ulli ct the company. Hurry O. slave-^meyer was culled under a subpoenA or^^dering him to produce the hooks of the^constituent companies. He said 1st wus^unable to do so; that they were in New^Jersey, and although he was president of^the company, he could not have them^brought here, as they were the property^of the corporation. ANINSULT TO OUR FLAG Italiansat Kingston, N Y^ Riddle tne^Stars and Stripes With Bullets. PROOFOF ITALY'S PERFIDY AmericanCitizens are Being Held^aa Hostage - Nothing New^From tha Department^of State. HOTYohk, April 4. A Kingston, X. Y.,^dispatch says : C insidcrable excitement^exists ul L ift vre Falls over an outrage by^a number of Italians employed in the^quarries there. The Italians held a tiice-^^iug and adopted resolutions denouncing^Amerieuu c.tizcus and institutions in^general. Then they hoisted the American^flag on a high pole and riddled it with^bullets. The quart)- owners, on lieaiing^this discharged ibe men. IXCI 1 !.M. N T SUBSIDINQ TheItalian tut Idem Will Take lis Place^In the Ordinary K.,untie.^Wasiiim.iom, April 4.^ It is again an^^nounced that the state department bail^nothing lo make public res|^ecting the^Italian correspondence. The excite^^ment in departmental circles over Huron^Favu's recall has subsided. The inci^^dent will, it is bebeved, take its place in^the oriinary calendar of our diplomatic^matters,whose disposition is u-uully char^^acterized by deliberation and patient in^^vest igatioii. ANEW PHASE. Proofthat Americana are lleliig Held aa llttstacehy the Italian i..'Ve-riiiiunl.^St. Lot is. April 4.^A special from St.^Joseph, Mo., says I*r. William S. la-acti,^of St. Joseph, is one of the American cit^^izens lit Id ill Italy by the Italian govern^^ment. His family received a tttspalrh^from bis yesterday, which was the first^knowledge they bail that he was in Italy. Plentyof \ oluntfers. W.ymilNt.iiiN.April 4.^Volunteers for^service in case of war it re still coining to^the war department. Acting Secretary^Grant to-day received telegrams from Al-^uhumn. Missouri and South llukotu, to^the t Meet that the senders were prepared^lo bring large numbers of volunteers to^the government service. WARLIKEPREPARATIONS. MISSOULA'SVACS. .Ml--t.nl t - si teen Id M loll Specialto tin* Mautlarcl.. MlssuCLt,April 4.--At the election of^fchool trustees this afternoon the follow^^ing were elected: S. 1-1. Murray, J. S.^Itooih anil Mrs. Jacob Keinhard for three^years; C F. lluvis for two years; Mrs,^John Kunkin for one year. On the propo^^sition to issue i4.j.b O bonds ft r tchcol^purposes the vole slot) I ^/.^.^ in favor und^o against. Alaullieroatcer Heslgus. QsjestaJin Hie stamlard. Hi.i.i.ivi ;., l.luho, April 4.^Another of.^cer of Lincoln county ha* res gucd. This^nine it is William Wells ot Shoshone,^who wus appoinit il at sctsor ami tux col^^let-tor by tji vernor Willey. 1 he commis^^sioners wiil have to till the vacancy at^Iheir April session. Joseph White of^Shoshone is au aspirant uml will no^doubt secure the plum. PROSPEROUS H AlLtY. Tits Famous Minnie atunrci Hlas Has^lie, n Kohl to an f-luglish hyndlcttc*, Specialin the Standard. Haii.kv,Idaho, April 4.^Evai. thing^looks favorable for a prosperous ^ uun^here. The Kod Cloud mine, employing^4^^ men, has enough ore in sight to run^them a year. The Croesus mine has^struck diree feet of L.'50-ounce ore. The^Abbie folks have been doing dead work^all winter, tunning to tap the ledge. Last^week the ledge was struck with splendid^showings. The Mayflower mine has four^feet of high grade gray cop|ter ore w hit h^will ussuy I o ounces. The Ketl Klcphuut^mine lias In en sold to New York parties,^and incorporated there with u capital of^fuun.tMi; this is a wonderful mine. The^new owners will lie out next mouth to in^^spect their property. The Camus No. |^gold mine are only keeping their pumps^running. The mine is soon to be sold in^England. Itis understood the famous Minnie^Moore, K lief and Michigan mines are^sold to Ml English syndicate for a round^sum. F.uoughbonds of the Sat Lake, liailey^cV I'tigd Sound railroad to bnnd miles^have been placed. Some feel fluted over^having a new railroad and cheaper truus-^portutioti. Koatlsstill are very soft, but the stow^IS fust ihsuhpcariug. Mim*U all w interetl^well. Wenre to have a U^,^^^^ lirick opera^house this summer. . RAILROAD MKN IN COUNCIL. Stlllle Ihiatls 4Kllipniln lltal Too Much of^the I'reret tllllu^ Let Inl.i I'miiI. (tin ti.ii, April 4 Another SI nlerence^on the question of commissioni'i s paying^up wits held by var ons routls to-day, but^little wi.s ilone. It is reported this even^^ing that notwithstanding the denial-of^liitere-ted lines, lb* y have agr. etl to pay^up back commissions uml resume puy-^iiic ills in trunk line territory, on the^grouml that the board of rulings has^failetl to cat ry out Its polit y. Hesitles, il^is reportetl on apparently good uuth-^ority that the Union 1'acllc,^which ordered the payment of com^^missions toe as ^ I', bin.try 1, baa counter^^manded that order. As the matter how^stand-, it look- as if the wi s cm roads^had shiltt d the responsibility ol the lull-^tire of the sidietm* upon the eastern lim^owing to the failure of the heard of rul^^ings toenlorce the propcjsetl boycott. I^ in tint having Ii en made |.y some^roads I...ti loo much of the proceeding- of^ussoetat on tin ^ nuts gc 1 into the public^pritits, I hai-muu Midgt ly of the We stern^Fr- i^ht association has sent out a^^strictly private^ SOMMBSSlisatiotl to BM m-^bers of the asst.elation, duciissing the^muttt r, uml s. tying it is contrary to the^spirit of all agreements to furnish copies^ol the piocc-t dings to noii-iueiuuvrs, or to^shutr them to the public. CauadaIs Mreiiglliauing ii. r ll^ hoeM on^Hie Atlantte Coast. Clue*uo, March 4 A special from Ot^^tawa, Out., says: 1'wo important an^^nouncements confirm a previous state^tne lit tblt General llerla-rt, the new com-^mantlei-in-4'hief of the Canutliait tuilitiu,^brought special instructions from tne En^^glish var office tospeetllly strcugthen the^defences of t uuatla und prepare for the^necessity of pulling a large force in the^Held. This rcc|u^Sl of the government,^which has the b.ree of a command, to^double the usual appropriation this year^and dill so that the entire force of MjMfl^men can be thoroughly dri led in June.^Never Ik fore lias tho liuuiher of men^drilled exceeded Jti.UtJn. Gem nil Herbert^left Its-day for lialitax to confer with Gen^^eral K ^ss, comtnuuder of the ini|^crial^tr.Hips in Canada. Willi res|k-cl to the de^^fences on the Atlantic coast, particularly^ut Halifax, where a new fort bus been^constructed. A new llt.' ton gun recently^arrived at Halifax from England anil^three others are about to In* ship|tctl.^These ure the largest gnus on this aide of^the Atlantic uml add greatly to the de^^fences of II tlifax. PHILlPaliUHfJAFFAIRS.^Many I.utiles ChilianAfl'it'r- Nl.wYtiliK. April 4 ^A business bouse^hns rcee voci a cable from Santiago Jr^Chili that an ^ xtra session of congress^will assemble on the 1.^:11 of mis inoiilb.^It is further staled that the n ,^ it that^l'ulmueetla la willing to with lra.v on con^^dition i.e is allowed lo iiaiut Ii --iic ccssor.^is false. Asinlte lit I'riltc pi'-.^I . in - . April 4. ^Tin Intt rt. tt onal Min^^er- I -.ngicss in session in tb.s c tv adopt,^etl the amendment of del gat ^- ol Hriltsh^mim i s accepting the propo^ul to organize^ageejeral strike in principle only. THREATtNtU WITH DEATH. by i ,olns MrlliietiigLetters 11. ^ ti%tsl^^ llttrial- ill -sills,^Sofia, April 4.^I'rinre Fenl^nantl and^his mother, the lVlnc ss ( Ic incntilie,^have rtceiveti letters threatening them^with death if they do not leave the^country. M Grcasct 11 is also tnr atent d^with asaasanaatloti if he does not r^ s'g'.^b.s position us mitiislcrtif foreign alTa rs.^Fvi'h fice has hSM n ^ eivetl winch iinb-^cate- tie m threatening missives i-ieati-^utetl from uu t lliei.,1 who is cont.tetid^wi'.li the Hti-s.au embassy tu this city.^Hiploiuatic action lias Imh-ii tukt u in the^in alter und the sjs|M'Ctetl olliet r Is being^held u prisoner at the embassy. Vnte-tlat Vrslerilaj's Seined^Kit e 11.in. Netska te the stauilani. l'lULil'slumi.Aptil 4.^About one wce-k^ago the- ptescnt rchocil Isiunl met uml i^concluded that it wtaild simplify mailers^to tioimtiate a ticket t f school Iruste-es to^Ik* elected to-cluy. '1'hey thought that^what was cvcrylxHly's business would^prove to lie lloho'y's business, so they^selected the uu tins of several goisl eitt- !^If Its III d suppose el 1li.it this Wt llltl e-liil^the matte r. Afn r it Is i tine generally i^utitlcrstood what the liuslies hutl^tlone a great many e-tt.zelis cpiestioueel^their right to ih^ itnylhitigof the kind^ami culled u citii ns' met ting. After a^gt uerul discussion it was tlcealed that 1while nothing iu particular could be^iirg'-t! against the gentlemen selected by ;the sell ltd trustees, yet the way in which^it wus done was on-Anient an ami if they |bail nominated saints their ticket would Inot get the popular approval. Another |ticke t was therefore placed in the'^Held ami called the citizens' ticket. The- 'ticket selet t'el by the trtiste t s wa^ known^as the people's ticket. For the first !t iiie in the history of Pfssl le^^tting a great many ladles vol. tl juml lb y proved that they r-ere not fur, if^any. In Irnd Ibe professional p'tli In tans^in ele etioiieeritig setc'it's. A report was istartetl that ttie object of the tin-tees'^ticket wus to elect trusti es who would not^employ as a tcaeh r a SSftais lady who^lives here, ami w hom a m..j t ty of the^Isjdifi think wt.rthy o , uml compe'tent In^till the position. This rcporl.it is e-.a ue d.^was started by some of tie- fair ten s, uml^true or it'it. it aWkade ami the re-ult wus^Hi it out of a to'al of 1.7 vote- I 1st, the^ctt z as* lieket was elt e ieti hy an average ina|orityof U1 Mr.( barest of t.ilderslee ve A ( barest,^prtimment (erunitc merchants, was r.-^1 cettlly ^safTtad t't Mm He II Castle of^S nth IMitlipstmrg. IkeN. Smith, the- popular I'lul pshurg^re al ealaie agent, will leave for lb letia in^the morning lor the purposa of coti-idiing^with a captt 'list in regsnl to the t rayaSM^railway sche me to (irunite. Mr. MniUl is^a rustler and wi'b tit dnuht te-w illsuc-^itl in fittm g ' in| any, and tl is ex^^pected that ihe-y Will Us arm ies ^f me-or-^: oratittii Vita tho secretary of state in^^ tne to u,.k I' r the it. ee-s.try fratichiaes fromthe county eocBsaiee4oacri sal the^town C'iineil at iht ir te xt n gu .r m . t- tigs. Walter Mat!ti A ^o. have tl.e Helenaagency tat the sale of IMiihpsburg^i ally. TheyaSaf Alt oil the City Perfectly ^se^^cure I rein Arrest Mpeei.vto the HtaadaN MissoiI.v. April 4 ^ There are no va^^grants brongnt before the police judge^now. 1 hey loaf around town in peace.^The humble beggar ami tho hurdciii d^bum ar - not molested. A week ago there^were ateitit twenty gathered ill every day^hist early Ml Ihew.t klhe ..rrcsts stopp d^short. Among those who were s tiieiicetl^lo imprisonment in the city j.td for va^^grancy were two men who refused to^work on the streets. The inar^h.il very^properly look tin ni out to the nearest^telegraph poles ami picketed them by^^passing their arms around the poles ami^tiandriilTcil them. Soon a crowd was at^^tracted. Some Jeered the* men uml utl-^visetl them to climb the poles, while^others condemned the marshal and said^such proceedings we re a disgrace to the^community. These remarks, however,^did not trouble him us he considered the^source whence they came. Mayor he n-^lie dy saw the mi ll standing at the tsiles^and spoke to them. When he asked !^litem if they would work if release tl, they^sun! they were* sick ami iiiutte oilier t x- I^discs. He then asked tin in if they would^leave town If ihey got a chance,^and upon receiving an affirmative^answer lie told the marshal he had better^release them and take them to the city |^limits, and if they came back punish them^the more severely. Thai course might la-^all right for once, but the marshal u tl not^-ee it in that light. While he oltcy. d the |^mayor's order-, h^^ decitled not lo arrest j^any more men if tin y could avoid pinil-li-^ment by merely re (using to work, while^tin ir companions who wete oliedicnt were^toiling on the streets. Accordingly no ar^^rests huve Im-cii made since. Very soon^the city w ill Im- in a line condition if this^goes on. 'The vagrant season is now al^^most ul its height. I be men w ho have^Iteeu hibernating somewhere or other are*^now commencing Ui move. Missoula is^the natural sioppuiic plue-e IMMSSM lititte-^uml Helena lo the East uml Spokune lo^the West. tcaM spring the town was over^^run Willi vagrants, and this year the mi^^gration will he larger, as the Flathead ami |^St. licgiacountr.es are now the Mec ca to^which adventurers ami bums ure making^their pilgrimages. Fortunately for the^city, it baa a imaet e xcellent police in igis-^tratc. He exercises great discretion in^these cases, endeavoring on the one baud^not to work hardship to honest but un^^fortunate mi ii who an- out of work, ami^on ibe other not to Im. ove r lenient lo pro^^fessional tramp*. The general sentiment^of the citizens, as fre epielltiy expre ssetl, im^ill favor of Ills trying vagrants under the^city ordinance- rather than the state^law so that those, who are convicted will^lie set al work oil the streets instead of^being sent to the county jail and iicrhups^worketl cm the roads Ix-yoiiil the city 11lu^^ll at. Of lid vagrants convicted iii three^days about u week ago only four were^se-lit lo the county jail onel llpsse were ag^^gravated cuse s. The pol SS force istn ex^^cellent condition ut the pre-eut tune, hul^the marshal eloes not see the u-e of put^^ting the city to the expense of trying null^unci having lliein turned loose after they^have bsafj found guilly. Mayor Ken^^nedy'* action w as certainly intended well^ami might be all right, but if it estab^^lishes a precedent the- ^-ity will In- so over^^run with beggars, sneak thieves uml^rounders a* to make life a troubled^dream. HanSheeley, the man bound ove r to the I^district court for frequenting an opium j^joint, and who yesterday est apt tl from j^Olllcer Klein, wus ree upttired ul Ho Slllet ;^lusi night by Marsh tl 1'rescott. The-new bt.anI i f din clors of the Mis^^soula County Fair ami K it ing association^huve taken charge of its affairs uml pro- '^P'ste to make this summer's meeting a^success if possible. Work will l^- com-^niciicid Monday morning. The track is^uu excellent one but in eds a htlle sin fac ^^ing uftcr the frcez.ng ami thawing of win^^ter. M.II. Mill of Little Fails, Minn , olieof^ihe proprietors of the 1 rotters' Home, is^in tin- city ami ibiuka seriously of le-id-^liig here in lb ^ future. He is uti experi^^enced horseman, having lai n long en^^gaged in the breeding uittl training of^both r ti ii lie rs and troin rs. Thedance with w hieh the hotel Mon^^tana ut the de-pot was opened lust mght^wus large ly atlciidcd. I he dining ro. in^was I'oiiverted into a ballroom, where the^^.tillers kepi tune to music furnished by^(^wen's orchestra tun I II o'chs-k this^morning. Tne hotel, which was hul re^^cently opened to the public, is the proj -^erty tif K. Mulloy. and Is under the man-^ugement of J- H. Mulloy. (If the M^nanus ^ are now nicely furnished ami^are lull ull the time. I he house prom^^ises to lie* populur. MissMary Haltingly, who died on^Thursday of pneumonia at the- .sisters'^hosp tul, wus hiir.cd this morning from^St. Francis Aavicr's church. She was^altoiit 4-years of age and for some tunc^hud kepi house for her brothers al ij lar i^creek. Then-an' now alxuit 111 pale tits ut^tin* Sisters hospital. C W. Small, who^was brought from Italy's ranch ulinil u^sjsjaa ugo very ill with brouclntie ami a^loiich ol pm uuioiiia, was able to walk Is^the de|Hil lo-tlay ami re-oiril to the ranch.^Jack Nowell, uu M. M. company cln-^pl y , wil t has b t n iii the In peal tor^three wet k-. one week of which in- lay al^lli ^ aaeM e f tit aih, is rceov. nug luptdiy.^1 wo Sisters oi Prov kite ace arrived Iroax^Montreal to rlajf. of whom one will ba^tlniggtsl ut tin i o-pdul ami the-oilier w ill^g i lo st. Iguat us no--.on. lawS came^with -1 Sisteis Is uud tor the Seattle and^i ^.) n.i 'a missions. CONSIGNEDTO EARTH TheV.c:.ms of the lore.ood Tragedy^Boroe to Their Last Resiing Place. ALLIS QUILT ONCE MOPE ThoResponsibility of tho Shooting^Rests on the Shoulders ot tha^Guards and the Coke^Companies. Scoitmiai.k,Pa., April 4 ^The special^train hearing the l^o.|, - of -even vicliuts^t f the Isafawood shooting arcveil here at^UtWtk 1 In- publa* sepiarc was not spacious^enough to hold the- gn at crowd* of people.^I he procession iiiov- tl al 4 o'entek, h. a'l-^ed by two b inds. Then-wen- ful.y s,(i|0^[ SSMJsIs at ill^ depot bill scarct ly half this^numlier went to the cemetery, aticl a large^m.ij trity ^ f those that tli 1 follow Ihe re^^mains were Pole-:-, Slavs and Mungnriaus.^Aim rirau II igs were- e ousp.ciioiis ami a^numbe r of delesgaUons carried Utuners.^The workmen all won- budges and crape.^Fathers Matubing anil Sc-huieigle ^ ^ e duct^^ed Ihe funeral services accoreling to the^rites of the Catholic church, und Father^Scbmeigle dehvend an utldr^ss in the^Polish language* councdling Ins cc.untry-^me-n to return |a-ae-efully tti their homes^uml column no breucbof law uml abstain^from int nca its and shun sabens. Kc-v.^Laiiitting made a brief adtln-sa in F.uglish^to Hie same effesrt. Therew us pot the least disturb.tne - and^cverything pass, el oil in u manner credit^^able to the workmen. A fief the- funeral^a great mass me. t.ug was he-id ut Kver-^soti. The -pet e-he-s weie* ctuiserv.itive in^tone, but tin- im ii were, encouraged lo re^^main steaofa-i. The n spousiietity of the^Mon-wott I shooting, the vice president of^tin- Pennsylvania said, was on the. shoul^^ders of Pie guanls uml coke companies.^The low ii is tpiiet to-night, ami the largo^crowds have gone to their homes. SecretaryWale-horn of L'lilou, is indig^^nant over a reportetl interview with tl.^C, Frick in w-uie-h the latter placed the^responsibility for the present troubles on^^demagogic leaders.^ Waichorn says he^will have ullidavits by Monday to show^that Frick paid for the passage of work^^men from Kiiropc to America, lit* fur^^ther asserts many of Ihe men we-re forcenl^to go into the unties against their will by^allied men. Ase nsation was caused here to-day^when four men, masked ami urmed, cu^^te rod the electric light plant am. usketl if^that was the ollh-e of 11. I*. Frick A Co.^When Ihe clerk replied in the ne gative,^the- men stated they intended to burn^Frick s office. They left tho place ami^have not since been seen. Menis I Pl.t:\s*M, Pa., April 4.^ (Jutet^reigns here Ice-day. The streets are de*-^s-rlcd, most of the Huns bavins; quietly^dc| art. tl for Si ottdalo during Ihe night.^I he coke coiiipauy is not making any ef^^fort to get itn-n lo lill the places of tho^strikers. A |seeuhar feature of the situa^^tion is that although the im n huve In en^out of work over a mouth they still see-ui^to have considerable money, ami from^outwanl appearance ure not suffering^from unything. In (be Mount Pleasant^batik is a larg li-l of dep..,iters whose^savings average- from HOO to f.V,UUU. Of^this motley very little has b - a with^^drawn, ami how the.se* iteoplt* ltv-* with^^out drawing the money is tbltleiilt for^Americans to understand. To those who^have no money the lutstr organisations^lurtilsh small sums. The striae is likely^lo continue imietluitely. BOZMAN AFFAIRS. ami tumble Fight lentil.. 1 s. A tec lie rat K.insii^Aiming the prclallei the Maliilunl. pei/.tw\N. April 4. ^ Dr. J. C. (Juiun of AnacIu, ami F. W. (Irani of i I ..pa. burg,e-tne-over lo ll.n-in ^u the- last of^Ihe wt ek to puss their examination for^priests' onlers. JeffersonI'. Masters ami William J.^Sullivan of Until . w ho own acreage prop^^erty near lb i man, were iu town Thurs^^day looking after their interests. r.urlythis morning there- was a general^rough uml tumble tight among the gam^^blers al the Senate sal-sdl over carls. A^man by the name of L by got knocked^dow n u few times by tl-tlt rent parties and^Wi lli out ami bought a gnu with which lo^make the- ball more, interesting, hut was^sioppi tl by the sherilf before returning tu^the saloon. Therewas a scrap on Main street be^^tween John Huffitte and John liauer,^rancher-, this afternoon. For some tune^tin y have been tpi in-lling over a se ttle-^n.i-nl ami this ull. moon came to blows.^Miitflnc got hit in the face a few tnuua,^from wh ch he Mad freely. BOOTH CNUS HIS lie SbASON.fur a I Me-Uua'ssSkaal (IKclloa.^*sl*e-lsl let the hCAildartt. HfI.I .Na, April 4. -A lively school elec^^tion was lie lil here lo-day for tl.e election^of five Irusus-s. There were 1,77-y voles^cast. Many hubes contributed a psrl of^these. A. 1*. I.dgt r. S. W. l.anghoruc ami^Jacob Walker were e lected to the tin. ^ ^^yesr term, l^r. C II. Milk r tor the Iw.-^year term, un I Jot- I, u s for one y ^ it .^( ol. I . U. (urns was aMagafjl for the^Ih.-cv-y car term. Veteran Ae-letr tttll ttellre^rienl ol K st antl t * i NB*SYttiiK, April 4 ^ Kdwin Itootb entled^Ins season this afu moon ut Ihe llnsiklyti^Aeatleiiiy of Mu-ie with ^Hamlet.^ After^tin- last curtain the uppluu-e was pnslk.^g oils and continued until the tragedian^came forward ami warmly thanked the^a .tin-nee. lb-ad.U t!: ^1 bo|te tins is not^Un- last tune 1 shall have the honor of at-^pcariug before you. When 1 c-c in I again^1 hope that my health and s renglti may^Iu- unproved so 1 can serve you better,^ami 1 shall always Iry to deserve ihe^[asal^ you have shown. skins l-rrt ttiilt.it. Against Small fox. Ililt Ai.o. April 4.^A case of small po*^I has Sat n discovered at the county tnttriu-^| ary at Punning, the patient having re^^c ntly come from St. Louts. He has heea^isolated ami all the inmates will be vae-^c.Haled. Hv ry pncaution has U-eu^taken to pn vent the spread of Ihe dis^^ease. Tiel-atrul Nation . I'arks.^W.isiu^t.uiN, April t l ao Hoops of^cavalry have Is en ordered to California^to police the St ipe. a utut Vose mite na-^t otial parks. I : e-e ir. o, - ..re e xoeetctl^lo urr.ve about May I. ip Haas tti,. Mas ^^^ MsfA si.Leu is, April 4. ^Ihe war that has^bee n waging U-tween maiiiifaclurcrs of leiie ami window glass for the past year hasrt ached its cud, and it is pre .1 cicd t^y^a leading St. Lotus en aler that ihe price^of gla-s will advance from JU to 30 per^t ent, exclusive of r. bates, to dcalsm^within the tic xt few days.