Weekly Montanian (Thompson Falls, Mont.) 1894-1897, May 02, 1896, Image 1

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WEEKLY MONTANIAN. \' ( )l •. I J. IS A GREAT ASSEMBLY c · o,• ·•: HK~ t.. · t, UF ' l ' tn : ) 11- ~ ' l ' IIOUli-1 ' 1 · :l'l~( ' OP.\I , l ' lll ' H( ' tl . c luct(; w o rn n II lso. Tli s, 11 l .. t, · 1 · r l In· te nl , w a pra tlcally i,. 1 1: v .. r~ a l o f th e s u al on s lltutlon a l 1,r ·es . 1 111 , l lt bee n r. 01 : e mp tuou s ly ch uru, , , ~ rlz r,tl lo · ve n lhe warm frl n ds of wom 1·11· 1c1 ad m l.,· ~ Ion as a n atte mpt t o g , t h er In i, y a I; ,,·k IT 18 A WORLD ' S FAIR d oor : i 11 oth Pr w o r d,i, 1,y a c ut tl wt i~ ot • · : \ 1•o s 1 • 1 • 10,\ • 1 • 0 ur .: 01•1- : ,1 ,: u 1, que11tlonable t · gular lt y. M any wl o vo tr:, t or thi s m asure u t 0 1n a ha ctl s lulm r, (l lt Ut I)~ J 'l ~ S·r H . .. rt e rw urds, a n d l arg · num hr> r s ol mini s- ters I i. v po s iti vely r eru i.t · tl to v ot I h \ r fo r or n1,al n 11l It . A si,lrll,·tl c. : outo,Nt \\ ' Ill 1-'ollou · 011 Jr th e H 1 11nl l on a m r n d m e nt l ,i <' nHL i - 1 utlonal, the wom <: n l>tck now onl y · two- thirds m a J rlt y of th e c onf f> r • n e .ibout 10 co nv n e to m il .I e th 11 ·llglbl t o s u.ts !n t hat bo!ly, f or of c o u r s• t h a t a m n r lrn < ,nt , (;reul ' l' ldu g,. E:ii:p,;cH,tl Co & lurk th e lh• · \\ ' umon Qu,cllou-'t'lu , OllhwrN, a, ..: ,.,. 1<111..-Jtuu. I n so r:i.r as I t h s b e n 1 · ot,·tl upon, hn s t ' allbd to carry- e n o rm ous l y s o ; anu h n ~ · , H S ''laymPn\ do e sn ' t m an m en only, ll ( 'I O \'i • l allll, Ohio , AJ J rll 28. - Th e g n e rul m ea n s m er; a nd wom n . But upon t h l Bu da- l' es th. A p rll 28.- Riva!Un g, l n - · on feun c of 1h r, 1\1 ·t hotll s t Epis c pnl t h e r • wll l l, 1; u. d ,i p ra fight, th e pros- eeu 1, x c •d lug In I n te r es t th e gr ea t ln - c · h u r c h , 1,oJy whl h 1 11 •cls \ -ry fo u1 · pcc t I., 1J g th a l while th ~ r:: nu 1 ·al conf e r- t rn aUon , I ·Xh lbltl ons that ha1 ·e be- JI - 11 11 tl1t • e n e will be f avo r u.b l \ to wom E- n. it viii om., s o mar l, e d a fe atun. ur mod e rn Ut e , yea r s , wt, o!le pro ·ec • n;; ; ; wi c n 1 \ · 11 n ot uph olu thi s H amll~on a m ·nd m nl. It; · of ' I ,v la nd an d. lO some c xl · li t , u w Stlll, how c i · r. Liu ? qu e~ llon rt·c u r s, will IJe th e w o rlu's fair whi c h Is to b e , o untry a t l a r ge, tor a wh o! mont ! , , te- wh a t ,..- 111 b <I n e \\ Ith t h e r u i • wom e n 0 1, n ed on :\l a y l In Buda-P es th in honor ginning with t h· fi r s t O L l\tu.y, will .., 11 s l st , di' o dy clc c- t d. J t w ill L, e lmpos sll>I. fo · ! th e mill n nl a l ann iv er sa ry o f th e Hun - cif 1Lbout ~GO d l e gat e d, un e - l hi r d uf wh , , 1h bi s h op:; Lo iut e r fcn , , as th e ; ' did • l~ht gar l an kin gdo m . No coun try is ri c h er will t w . v I) . ·n c ho se i, t,y b a llot , on ac- · ea r s ago, for the l a!lt con f · r t:n c · vot e d i r. hi sto ri c I and g l or v :!. R asso c iation s, t h a t th e roll should b e m ad· up or th'Js e a n d th e stat es men, arti s ts an d soc ial , · uu 11t of ,; om 1.: r ' « I or lm,,gin :ir y litn _ · ,; f OI' pr s nt lr.g • rllfl ca t es o l' I •c llon. Thi s magne t s of A ..::. • . · - '\\\ all vied with thi s honor, Crom a d t:no mir atlon w ,i i:l, m a k \' It ·e r tal n that th cs~ worn ·n will a o n a n o th r In ord e r to m a k e th e forth· 11 uml., r s abou t t wo b nd thn , - -qu a rt • 1· mil- leAsl h a 1· th p l asur e of amn v ri ng- to c om in g exhibltlo a popular and finan- llou s, anu 11 ~,s a t raveling mi nis t r y of t h •lr I a m s. 'l'hPJ ' · Is talk , to bo sur e, or ci ;i l su cc ss , w h il e tl e e mveror , o r, t o on l) ' fl li ttl b l e »s th n Ji,(IWU . Th • s ch, sr ·n 11 n lnjun ·tiou from lh e r ·ourts; b u t tht» 1,lv 11,m h is full l tl e, H is Imp e rial and 1 wou l u b e r so r · d to t,y th · c on ,;c r l':i : I : , , ,, Ko ya l .A 1 ,ostoll c :'ltaj s ty, Fran c is J oseph r •p r ;;e nt a tii · es of a gr · al rh un : h ,vii only In h v nt of ..- x tr t.\ 1 n u n wusnn• s :i ,, the Fi r s t, wlll Issu e from th e pra c t ic al b , gal h . , r i; u o ut of 110 1 .-~,; than I 1 'J au- t l H• part of th• r;, r ll c::i lA. I t ha s 1, · n th r uil ·e m 1:> nt In wh ic h he li ves and ln hi s n un! co nf n, 11 c cs u ntl m b . · lc~ und \. \'Il l !, ous t o f th e lat l ·1 · th a t wh ·n \\ ' man c l,aru c te r of Ic i ng o f Hun gar y declare h a ll g oi;rnphl ally rrom 0 n• r y p a n f t _ l , , ls 0 11 c • In IJ v th e ac io n of S ,c r · tn r y : nun- 1 t h · hu .. u ing ope n In t he p, ·, s n e e of 'nitc•, I St a l ,i, from th f- l ;i( llni; cou11tr 1• ·s ro I n c1 llll~1i; h e r n a m l · , th ·Y w ill t a k ,· · 1 ,re !!e ntaUve s of all th e c l v lllzed na- in F.urop e , fr o m th e ,,, nt · r s r. i,opu l a ti,11 p r ·clo u s good ca r i; he shull cil~y 111 . ll ut ,ic n l:! o r t h w o rlu , and the many royal in A s i a. from So u h Am rl ca, and u 1 ·,: 11 I t ls by no m e a n s c<e rtaln th e y wi ll h · ,, ·.., .in tl nobl e gu sts Invit ed to gra c e th e o c · fl · o m Afri ·a. ,·o t l'S no u g h for t h l. , n 1 1tl a n .: n.. · 011\1 , ll' c .is!on by t h e ir pres e n ce . . A lar ge c on- r n l L rr atc· n ial w r ,i · t ilt ' Methodi s m of fo r l'casl m a k .. r ; lt see m probaule th ut .it' · . , , · c ours · of cu ltured Am n c a n s are al- ·a n ad a will a l ,; o 1, , , r ·p r :;n u t •<.I. lt e 1· . roll c a ll th e qu es tion of hn i, li;;l!Jl l lty will n , ad } ' e xpect d to att end th e f es\ \'al, J o hn L at h rn of H alif a x . ~- .. ,·i l l b r e f e rr ed t o:, c ommilt •f ; , :: rncl th at thi: I f o 1 , In a far greater d e gr e than wa s th e hrl r ig th e ::;r , ling,; f th : ll hur c h , w :iil< · \ n f- w wom a n \ of M e thodi s m wlll ha, ·., l'> c ase I n t he 'eul~nn la l Fren ch Exhlb l - Hritl s h J\'l e tho ,lls m wlll h • ! h c>a rd fr m wait for h r full g e n •ral c onf, , r , n • , .,. ~ wn - t~o n of I B89 , will th e Huug~rr f es ti v al b e throu • •h R el'. w . L . W il klu , ;o r, , : L dist l a1· I ng u n til!!)()() ri c h In h is t o 1l · ca l a n d r e mm1s ce nt n,li cs. \ c 1 • • Thus t h e s ries of f es ti va l s will gl vE: gu l s h d c h u r · h · litor . and th g r ·a t :'I i:t • · EDITORS AN D C C. .11 01:' .' . . I fo r lgn gu .,:;t,; , c l ea r an d p lc tur sque ocl i !! t J <:pi sc op al Chu r c h S o uth throug h ~ h ~ t I To ve ry m a ny ot th e d elegau , ,; thi s wo- b:n.i s-i·ye view of th e gr eater hl s tort c a.l e loqu nt svu 1h 1• rn c • r an ti pr ns110 c tiv · 11!:an · 1 11 1;1 11 qu ns lion i s far t ~s i11L r ·r s ling h ci n u , · ents wh i c h Ju 11 , m ade Hun g a l' y f a m ous 01 , DI' . .J. '. Mo r r is. 'ro L h \ IV r,t : s JCJl, · 11 ll e g rnu l QU ' sllon , who wil l !,, olect a t l o rn ong lhe n a tion. du ring- th e last thous - 1,y th · t1 l, c' gal c fro m t h• · utl (' rn · h 11 r : · II t h\ , ·u d u,; oftl l'cS. ; \ • l ut hodls g 11 u 1 · ct l a 11 y ars. El'en th humbl es t of nallonal th co n fe1· , 11e P w i l l 11,;t 'i' rr with un lls U ,11 1: vnf,. 1 ·,· n <:P. is uni<iu 1· u mong , ' ccte ,;l u, HiJ I h er oe s w ilt be d u l y c ommemo1·ated and i n t r · st ; lt n.lw ay,-; do s . Hut al thi s i>a 1 h · ,. on c la, · us from h , faC't tha t. (; X c lus,I\', ' i;lo r lll e d. c rin g th . atl<l r Ps,; wi l l o ·cur , ll m ay b JJ!'L '· o f th· \..! s ho ps it m ,i y l<:c l. It h aH wl t hl11 Th e mill nnl I f s ill · al wlll l a.s t all ;;u m e rl , in c onn N lon with t he 1· · ! )On of a ! ts gift t w e n ty-five lnflu , nt !a l po>l i tl n s , th r ough th e s ummer, beg i nning th e fir st ro rnmi ttc· c appoint e d four y,· a r : a g 'J on a ll of t b m pa ying good s.i l a r ie l<. a n d m r , s t \ c>e .- . n i\Jay and conc luding In S ep t e m· r, · a t ..- rn a l c o-op n ,tl o n u . nd organi c 1 11 11° 1 · of th m be i ng c om m o11ly n · g a rd e <l a: t, r; b u t th e m o st im porta nt po rll o n of 1111d :i.s t h e r h a\ b r•e n I a n · r ly In bot l s t pp ing s t o n e \ to som e t hi n g high e r . Of t h 11 rog r : •m will b e c arried thr ough dur- f · hur · h 1 ,. a gr wth or s • nllm c nL f an , t',l 1 I · the thirt e n dl.lors. it Is 1,robal l e t h a t all 1 11 th e fi r st e i g ht w k , whil e gala to ,rnc h union, so m e h appy d e\' · lnp: ,· n • ;s w il l be : ·c lect etl . th ou g h so m e of th, · m pe rforman ces · will b e held In every th e - 11 :i y I -, x1 ·cte<l. Dr. M or ri s . it m >\ Y i.l · · will b > ' no m ea ns h , ,. a wal k ·O\' r , !or ate r in Buda-Pesth, and it seems li k e ly 1i o 1 > ·d. w ill b e m oru C) • rdi ;i l th t n w n Ur . wh e n a m a n h as h en · tw e nt>· y e ars 0 1 · so tba t th ese will atlra c t many lo\' r s of T ige rt . t h south rn (l n l eg r .t n of a •tml u - In a n dltor i al chai r h e l s ,;ur c to llan mu sic. O n the anntverst:.r> · of the k i ng' s r e nnium ago. un d h e w111 , In tha t cn s c. b• · nernl s ff h h a s grit; and t, s id e s . It i s C C' ronatlon, o n J une 6 , lhc holy c ro w n. mor e · o r .:liully w I o m c d by t h• , c nf r - 1 >! O VN'Y eas y to ed it a pap t: r that na t u r - the vur ple mautl e , th e :; word and s ce p- !'II C' • of a c hur c h from wh l<'h hi,; ow 11 s P : I a l l y th r e ls a d es lr t o h a,· so sof t a. sn ,1 p ti' w ill b e c on\' eyed t o the co ronation arr u c d 52 y N • r ,; \ go on th qu ·,;ti n 01 passed a roun r l a mo n g l h boys. ~ !lape l, t h re to r e main on . how for s i n , · ry . Still a noth ·r thing whi c h • o m p llc<.u•,s th t hree c l ear days , ,::~posed to pub lic view . \ N 1\1.A. ·, L \' l.::L't W 0~ -1.AN . \ dltorl a l s itu ati on ls th a t som, • who a r r> Th e n th e dignitarie s ot th rea lm v ill ln tb ls g r e at i;ath e r i n~ · of M th od l .<l >I dlto r ,i w o uld not o . 1 ct to b. b l s h0 p i, . proc ed In p ro ce ssion, beari n g th e royal tro11bl e is e x.p <' t ~ d fr o m a ,. ry a n,., l .:: 1H This c r eR t es a qu as i- op · nlng. ,:,111 ! i ins ignia, to th e far-famed old cas tl e, aus e 0 1 l • , ubll '- t .:.i, n whk;h ts co mra o11 1 ~ . ; om Lim s 1, 1 ,v,ius th a t wl \ \ th e . l ~o r wh ere they wl'I pay homage i n the name r portc · d to h . t l' < · ea~ l th t irst ~h:iclow on ., , r e t urn . fr o m hi : c h a s . afler t he Ep i H':: o - or the n a tion to th eir so ve r ign, n o t In E d n - a cnu;: of lrou bl · ;vhlch. ac co r • l l n K pal hutt rfly h find.i RI!'! s e ut pn• - emi , t,n l his c ~ a ra c1 r of mp ero r of Au st rl'l , bu t to <• cr1H1t;-. b u t ; om e w h a t di sc ·r nln,; IJY a noth r. But this do s n·t apply u t : d i a s k ing l y b oa r e r of the crow n ur St. .king , wlll be C ound pr e · um a bly a t th <' bot- in th cas. of D r . .r . M . Buel,! y of th, • ;s: e w \l 1 ., ph n . 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Th e in a ugurat i on of thi s pl ading for r ec ogni t i o n. bnt in th , · :-o n - . A p r s l<llng eld e r in N e w H a m p,ihl i · b • 1-Jl:b ll c builulng wll b e signaliz ed b y a • r · l e th e appea l will b m a d e by r ur 1 · a t s his br thr c n for v oling for him as a mi ll nn ial m etln g of p a rliam e nt. th e fir t r (;'ula,rly l e t ed cl l c gates of th at \ x : de l • ga te to i; n .:, r a l confe r n c . ,v 1th a t hat ha . . eve r b e n h eld In th e hl s torl c Mrs. Hu.sh fo rd. wif e of Dr. B , t ,; hforrl , p r s - good c han c of going , h J clln s . L e ss t ow n . On c e th is cu riou sly short s c., slon id i, nt of th Ohio W e sleyan univ e r s it y , an,! lhan fou r ye a r s ag o Dr . \V . N . Brodt c'C k is o vC' r ,. th e m e rn bc rs of b o th houses wil t thr ee foreign mi ss l ona rl s. M i ss Ly dia A . 1 Jin d to b e> o m g n c r a l s . r tary o f r e turn t o th o c ast l e, th e r e to r cn ,:i w Lo '.l'rimbl of C hin a , Mrs. L o is S . Park > r M I th. Ep\ . ' Orth l ea gu e . pr e f rr lng th p as~ r - t h e ir ki ng th e o a th ct re cip ro cal f M '.l llty Indi a , and Mr s. A da. C . But c h e r of I ntlln . H t e . About th sa m e ti m e Dr . H . A. Bu t ~ s worn to by th e ir an c e s tora a tho lls and T o say th at th Pse wom n hav b n r l' g - le t th e editorship of th M h oul s t R e ·l . w ~ , _ea rs ngo at Pusz t as z e r. In c o mm m o r a - ul a rly e l ct a i s p rh a 1 )s sayi n g to o mu<'h : pa~s lightly fr o m his g r asp , a n d h ·r e n<;1w uon o f Lhe.i e arly days th r will also ,, nd th i s I s th p o int whi c h thr ea t n s t r ;J u- t,:1 D r . Bu c kl e y e mu hll ln, ,.. 1 •h rlll'ltin- IJe e r · l don th e se v e n points of th Hun- bl . lt is th g r e at tJi v lslv e p oi nt In lh f> gu t s h d m n as Wilh u r Pl A k nd A . , . ga rlan tront i I' occupied by Prin ce Arpad whol e cont r ov e r sy , alld wh a t rn ak• • f! !t H ay good In vi r tually d cli ni ng , b i R h- a nd hi s t ro op of h orses 1 0 nturl s a go, J) a rtl < ·u l a rl y s rlous t s th,ll In adl'lition l o i l ri c. a numb e r or monum e nt s . on whi ch will d ril · in g Into a a mp b~· th e m s l\' e s t h o,; , • b In s ri b d In gold lette1 s t he his to r ical who are oppos ed t o wom e n' s a clmi ,.; si r ,n , ITS OBJE • r l8 SO l ,E f, \' S ll , \ ' E IC e 1 ·e nts connected with ea c h ap c clal dis- It c r e a t e s still anot h r a mp by dri vin;:; tr l c t . Int o ol)po s ltion those who a r e fn1 · orn.ol e t o n,., .. . ,.r :\ l c• ·tlng :\\ot for II s .. ..- l'o- From an out Ide point of vi w, t h r e h r ad mi ss ion, but who want h 1· to co m , is not th e sll g ht e ,it doubt th a t th most In, as th e y e xpr !lS It, \u pon prop e r ' 11- Htlcnl rnl'l) • . inter s ting e e nt to the mill e nnial f e s- vlt r ~tlon and by th fr o nt door. ·• tlval roc e d ing s will b e th e gr ea t hi s - Just now an ele m nt of thriihn~ lnt •:r ,•,n D n v - r , Apr il ~ . - At a ,;l l\' e r m .,s s· L o rl c al pageant des ign e d and sta e -m a n· ls a dd e d to thi s ontrov 1·sy by th fa t 111 ' t ing II I d h r e ton i g h t L N. S v J , · • 1 113 ug d by Paul Vago, the f a mous Hung a rl- that a c on s titut;on,11 a m n d m nt pr ovid- w as th e prin cipa l s ,>ea k r. Mr. t · , -, n s u n a r tist. Th e proceeslo n , whi c h will b I ng !or h e r admissio n h as f all e u b> ' so m .• s t a t d that th m e lln g w n not t b e of e x t r ao rdin a r y l e ngth and unp a r alle l e d thing Ilk , flfll' i ·o t ,;. Th e mln ls t • r s h av c onst r u d as th formation o f a. ,;ll l' e r pl e n do r. will contai n ev e ry historical just finish e d ~oting upon It tn th e annu . d pa rty In olor ado, a nd th a t th org ::i niz a · f a tur ' m a l e n nd f mal e, tam ed In th e ,c onfer n cc s . It co ultl ca rry only hy a L ion would ha x no thing t o do w i h lo c al history of th e ga llant kin guom. Not only thr ee -fourth s m ajo rity . H ad it pr !'\ ' l tikd. o r s tat e politi cs. ll i< obj t w r>s to «cc u r ., wlll thi s pag ea nt be a living hi story ot a nd s hould th e o nf P r P n ce a l o tt to e n \!- I i h e sig n wr of a t l eas t I0 , 000 olor do g r e n m e n ; It wlll also form a c ompl e te , , n h a v e r a lifl d it by 11. tw o-t hird s m a- ltiz n s to a pl , (lg c t h a t t h Y , ·oul d s up· c n c ycl opa clin of m ad l aeval c o tum e , ac h j ority, as It probably w oul d ha, · .. <101 . port n o pn • sld • ull al nomln es1 wh o w as hl s torl ca l figur e be ing surround I br a th e matt t! r wou l d h a\' b e n s •tll ·d , an,l no t f , . sl l \' r t 1 6 t o l. T heir pledg e i s r tlnu e, ln whi c h will be found all the non c ould h ave co mpt n ln d, how c,,· c r o b. s nl to th e N all on .11 Blm • ta Ili c popular typ _ s o f !he e po c h In whi ch h e so r ely th e v might h ni·r, r e gr e tt - d ll <> fea.t. h ad( 1u a rt 0 r s in Wu.shlngton . Th e 1 w w fl ouri sh d. P au l , a yo ha pent years of th a t It h a J b e n s ttl o u oth , rw lsl' than o rg ani z a ti o n will l ·c t iO d t.:lc,g , tcs to lh hi s lii e devising a.nd c omp osing th e p a · l ei,n lly . As, how , ·, r, th e annu a l n f • r- na ti o nal sli v e r con\· nllon I n St. Lo u i s . g c anl , a nd h e h as d r awn each flgur as It n ce:s , In l ~ i · ot c> oC n a rly 1 0.000 . h a Ab o ut 2000 s ignntur !'S i, · · r • s ·ur d a t th . ho ul tl be. One of th most striking ! ea t- f : dl 1.1 . by e ve n so s light f l mnr ,' ln lo fl , ~ I m ling ton ight. A I •tl r fr o m S ·n a tor u r . s of th e J ?roce ss lon will be i n t_he ! ne t thi s m en sur e , th a tlml sHio n of worn n by •r II r w as r ca I n ouraglng t he !! Ill' ,. th,tt wh n e , t' It be pos s ibl e a ' al d • m a n s of ,m a m ndm nt to th , 0 11 8 u~u- m n t o onllnu • th Ir ffon s f o r· r . tora- sc • n da nt of tho m a n o r wom a n r ep r s nt - llo11 of th o whit e m et:i l , a n ll sp c h cs w ~ r e d will pla th ro le and I h uon - th e only prop e r way . as m a ny o f h r ; m ade b \ R. W . S p r, .J uu\'e Du c k e r and Y • n mor e t an o ne warm st frl nd s hold - mu st ne cessa r ily ' \ case th origin al c ostum e s , e xhum d from wait a notb r four y e ars. Th a t 11 r c uus • I p r omln n t m e n of a ll o a r t i es. , ny an nn~l n co~e r and !amll) ' tr as- mu s t triumph th e n if l e ft to thi s slo w but I ure - h st , \\ ill be 'II.Orn on th is o cca Ion. ur ~ pro. R!!, l s in i · It a I . from th fa ct THI,; A RllOR l'l ,.A.1'1,; 1:1i, ' 1- _;S 1'IGA ' l ' I O~ lt l s nay to u nd ra tand how mu c h uch tl1ttt wh e r as four y n r s a ~o sh e h ad lit· a s p ec t ac l e will a ppeal to th lntens ll \ pa- ti e mor e than a m a j o rit y o f th mini s - !ole11n1r Co mmitt ee )fade l'nhll c the triollc nd o r d nt n a tur of th e Hun- 1 rial vot es . th e growth of . e ntlm nt a nd Tc11tlmony. i;orlan people , To th .. m th e nam s of Infusion of new blood h av brought h r ac h o! th . Ir h e r o es Is n f amiliar hous - row , tlmo!lt t h e r q11l s lt c thr -!ourth M cf hold word, nnd th e m o · t dlst an moun - t~• \ votes. ta.In vlllag . w ill s nd clc put a tl o ns and T h e g r ea t qu s ll o n i s. w h a t will th gen- r pr s nt a l1 1 cs lo s e thl m a r ve lo us < · r al onf r e n rc do with th e w o rn 11 n 1 - ight. T h p r o c ss lon will w e n<J It w ay r a dy elect d? Eight Y ars ago fi ve of th e th ro~gh th whol t ?w n , and the pro- good s l sl r s of th c hur c h w ro 1 Im a n ti' c ed 111gs ; onn ec. t e d :v, Ith the . . hi stori c a l f o r s tt ts among th e m Mi ss l•\rnn c s ,v11- pR.gcant \\ Ill co , r sci e ra! d ~.,.s . I· nl At' th a t tlm th bl s hop f! t o o k u, T h actua l xhlbltlon Its lf covers an · ' • · • ,H a of 500, a quar ya.rde, a.nd lt wa.s m att r in h and . ! 0 · n lllng th e ~nr ·, r; only a ft e r 111 u r h deliberu.tlon th a t th e ,-n to ord r th e y rul C' d th a t ns w o rn 1 p la ns s i g n d by one of th b s t Au • had not b e n I 'C t d . b for , ancl as lh •Ir t rlan rtrchlt cts w er e finally follow d . · OnMllllltl n o. I rlghl8 l 8 a t>i in th e t'oature of gr at Int r s t in th gr un tl. body w as qu st lonnbl e . th e s r c t r u·y lht! xh l b ltl o n will b th ro c on tltutl o n !! hould not cttll th Ir nam I!, and h did f ol .Buda, th •l ty wh i c h w 11 . a R o mf\n n ot. But lmmf'cllnt l y upon organlz 1 1li n c ol ny down to th (' fourth ce ntllr)· . Ev er y th qu eeti on of th Ir ll1tlblllty was tak n m onu m nt n l b uilding I n lhe o untry I s 1 · • up. and art r a m r> morn . ul • d bnt e of th· c µ r du e d in thl ~ mall pa ce. Th hlbl- o r s ix days It was d ec ld d not to r g. t i n Is divided Into two II c U on - th e hi • nlz o tho11 who hnd b n e lect ·d. but to Lori a l and I he m o d e rn . Th e hl s t orlc a.l proce d In a com1 lllullonal way to t a k • o nt. Ins th r t rea u rcs nnd rC'll ~s 11!u11- the opinion o! the c hur c h on th '! s u bJ<· ~ t. t r a t l n!l' th• , ,, , ~ , ll IIUcal , r ligl u , mlll- :t·ou r years ago, at Om n n n, th w om .. n t1c1ry an d r,rl\ · te lito o f th nati o n. Fran• w e r e co nepl c uou s b y th e ir nbs · n . No e ls J ph I. h11.s b e n m o t ,:; n e rous I n a 11o llt 11ry 11 1 st r had b n l e t d . len<l ln .; prlc 0 1 55 t r ne ur cs , nd, Ind •c d, lf, how e , •e r , th y w,ro not at the m ! 1 r. may b 11id be th c hi f e · hlbltor, t o onreren ce In 1,1erson, t h e y h at l plenty of m 1 ·e. o thot h u ommn 1d d the h o a r l11 frl nde to r e pr · s nt them, and the prn cll· o r Au s t rlan nr • hlv !! a nd tr o s ure to 1rlve cal outeom wa11 that mu c h d l sc u11 s d I mp r n , ·r l oun r nil th Y pc, sse e. r e l t· m euure, \t h e Hamilton nm c ndm c nt ,\ Ing t o th h i tory ot th e 11! t r klncdomf! . Thi• pro, • td ed In etTect that unlel!1 th o Elv n tn e e 11t1 an oC Turke)• hu De n pr - tnlnl1ter s dcclo.r d by a 1n ajor 1t y of thr , . 1·011 d u1 , on t. s nd pre lous memorial• fourth• that lay deh · iratc• mu et be m n, o r a ll tho ~ or h i. lllt111triou11 predec 1111ors th e term ''laym e n \ ,hould be held to In - who Ir. t he pu materially Influ e n ce~ t.he 18~(;. d;, Uni c, Hun& ary . 'l'be m odern \ \ to n wlll prove l ess lntere tlntr, f o r ll will si m - pl y con tain t h k , of e :ii:hi1Jl t11 to be seen Ju slmJlar show s . Tbe mill ennia! exhib itio n w ll he clo se/I on t he 27 t h o r epte mb r . lsut n th !& a on- n ectlo n •,vm t ak e p la ce a.n a c t ot Immense mpo1 · tan ce, tor on lhat day F'ran cl11 Jo ;;- cph w ll o i, e n for Inter na tiona l trafllc the gr at waterw y c alled tne iron Ga e. a colos. al pl ce or ngt n eerl ng work com - m II d by · ount z ee hen yl a.nd comp l d d c; mt y thi s y e a r . An equall y la tin&' m e m o - r a l of 1 w ill be the tr iu mph a l ar c h, re- c a ll ing I n m any of I t . deta11 11 t h Ar c de Trl o m phe of Par i s. In th I n erlo1· and on lt w i ll b e fo und st atues o f all th ose i:r e a H ungarian s who 1., y their b rave l' y and p a- tr i oti s m m ad.- heir c ou ntry r s p e c tc'1 am o ng nations. SAY HE A:-: R 'G N JT HIM ELF. K1· u g · r R • fu s · . to Allo1>. Eng l!s h 1) 11· a - tlo n ill His ' o uo lr y. a. p c T o wn , Aprll 28 . -Th tcx L c,f l ' re I · de nt Krueger' s rep ly to the l nl'it atlo n or th e Britis h g overn ment . throaJgh lhe sec • ro tary ot sta t e of th e co l onie . J s nh C h a mberlain, to v isi t Englan d and dls ~• 1s11 matt r s c on n_cted wit h t he T ransv a J. I and It s future is a 1 · 01u mlnou s docu m euc and pi n. Inly i nd icates he nrm attitud e a.::1sume d by lhe Boers· states ma n. T he p r sid nt b gi ns by s t a t i ng ha~ hi s \'! sit to Englan d has alway s d e p ;,ud d up- on , h e s t tl e m en t o r a ba Is of discu:.: 1on and h e regl'ets hat th b a s has noL ye t been reach ed . 'onli nu l n g , he 1:1a y1; : \ l n a. fri e nd ly s plrlt, but f ro m th , very fi r s , th e gov rnm nt clear ly sa w and re· or<.l d Its opln: e n that no f ore ign I n t er - fer ·nee I n t h e Int e rnal aftairs of th e re, public c ould be al1owed . Cha m!., rlarn aurnlts th e j usti c e of thi s 1 ,osition, y ·t he I ntimat es that Great Brita.In des i res tha t particu l ar ln t er natlonal m e a ·ur s b t a- lc en by th e T ransvaa l. Th e latt e r can not a l o w to pass unnoticed the e xµr esslo n '.i.d· m i tt ed gri van c es,' an d e x . i,re ss r - gre1 th a t ha\'lng lntl ma t d its des ire for a re- c on s lderaUon o f th e Lond on c onve n tion In c on eque n ce of the I nr oad o f Dr. Ja m e so n , th e position should b e a. qsum ·d that m th J.is usslo n th e ~ o- · t y l ed ' ad mit t . LI .;rl 3V· a n c s ' must b o lnc lu d d as a sine q u a no n I n th e eve nt of L h Er r eco n sid ratio n of t · he i.; o nv e nllon b e ing a g r ee d t o . \ Pr I de n t K 1 t : ege r adds th ;,\ th ou th Afri c an r pu bl l · h,as always b e n pre- 1 >a r e d t o r ec l \' e and con ldet· I n a fri e nd!\ • s pirit th e private suggest i ons o f th t im- p e rial governm nt r gardJng th e ln te 1· s t o f British s ubj ct s, althou g h it h as 11ever adrol tt ed th e x istence or the 0- c : 1 \l d \admllted (;' r le\'ances,'' and mu st d n y o n that account th at th r i ght E: x i ts t o c re a t e r e b e lll ou . mov e m e nt s. · · rt appears to be wl se1·,\ he say s, \not t o press th e qu esti on o r m y p r oceedi11g t o E:n g l a n d any furthe r at pre>' nt, bu t l leal'e It op n , spee l ally I n v i w or the omln sasslon o f t h e vo lk s ra a,; and th e si rab illty or my p r ese n ce d ur in g a t 1e as1 a portion or th . sslon, wh e n lmp or ta n1 ~,~~ur e · a r e t o be considered , i s app r - In regard t o Chamber l ai n' s prorio . ·al t c gu arant ee th e Tran s vaal protection from outside attack ln x c h:inge for a r m e d) o f lh Tft Ja n ders· gr! van e s . P re>'ldc 111 Kru ger sa ys : \ S om e thing is ofl'er ed L il t South Afr ic an r pu bli c wh ic h is a !r · ead , p o. s . · e d . a· th oh ll gations a n d r lntlon : o f th S o uth Afri c a n r public t o Gr>at Bri t ain. r ec ognJz d by 1n1 e r nati ono.l : aw p 1 -ec l ud d an at tac k upon th e l nde e n d- !'! n c e or the r epubllc.\ In c on clusion, Pre sld nl K r u e i:;- r s ays . \nd e r exJetlng cl rcumstan c s the S o u t h Afri can republic will no t at present pres~ a r co n side r ation o r th e London conv en- tio n , a.nd a substltutlO!l'l f o r it of a treaty o f amity and commerce, but wlll r e st .ia t- lsfled with pe c uniary compensat ion a nd with th e assurance that no vlo lntlon o r it~ t e rr I tory w lll be r p ea led . \ . ~RE CLOSING I X 0~ B V Ll°'\ ' A\ ' O 1fntnbelt ~• Oran · tb e Co rdon 'l 'lg hlP r on the ' fowu. Cap T ow n . A pr il 28.- T he dlsnal c hc ~ whi c h fllt r ed thr o u gh fr om Buluwayo Y sterday ln c rea s d th e f ee lin g of an xi e ty f lt h e re reg a rd ing the rat e o f 11,. b . sie g e d town . Ac co r d ing to th e lat e t ad- \' l c cs t h e !rc l e o f fier ce warr iors b hlnd the mound (o rtiflcatfons had agaJn be n dra \\·n l o r to Bulu~·ayo an d a t th s m e tim xt nded . The :.:ta tab !es wh en thi s n e w s was s e nt out from Lh ' nda.ng e r d t own, had b n furth er r e- Ir.for ed and anoth r l a rg e bo dy of m n wa l e aving th :\ 1atoppohllls c x p c'Un to ffe c t a j unction w ith t.h ot h r bodl s of th h os til e nat11· nnd ompl t ly urround th'l pla . !1 om all !!Ides whll e ke ep ing south or th fortlfl pass whi c h is th e ke) ' to t h e s ituation I n tha t d i re • t lo n. In add! lion, an o th e r slro ng ror c or hostil es ha s gon e In t he dl r c tlon of th e rou t e being follow ed by th rell r c o rp s of about 600 m e n and nln m · hln e g uns, a<l1 · n c ln g from ~fa !e k lng. 'on . . ucn t l y, It Is b ll e v d that ther Is . , . r work c u t out for this tor . th ad van e, gua rd of wh i c h It was h oned w ould r a c '.\Jangwa about l\Ia y i. Earl Gray, one of th e a dm ini s trator s or th t1,rrltory of the l3rltlsh har t r o mp Rny, l s e xp Pct e d to ar r iv e at J ulu- way o t o day w ith a tron • s 01 · t of troops , Lat t h is ev e ning It w \ r p ort d th re ha<l b e n turth r s 1 · ·r Buluwa; · o and t ha.t th M a l a r l f at d with gr a t l oss. A LODOER BURNED TO DEATH F11tlll Fire In a Re•t1111r11ut an• Lodslns Douu, . Mollne, 111. , April 26.-A fire oc cu rred here U!l11 morning by ~·bich John Bage lost his life &nd J ho W e. \t was 11ertou11ly injured. The two-et o ry rrame building on Second avenue, occupied by St ev e Wl\ltere u a restaurant and lo dgi ng house, took nre . probably from the exp lo s ion of a. kerONne lamp. The Walter• family ba.d barely time to esoape . We s t and Sage wer lcdpn,. l!I AP'l ' Ell ' DIAMOND FIELD JA CK lllhc-rUI' Perk.Ina or C11aa l a C oant y I• Den Tel', l) ,,vcr, Ap r il 27 . her1t'I' Perk i nl! of Al· blon, •sl11, cou nty , H aho, arriv ed I n Drnver , en route t o Shawnee, 0 . T .. wh ere Ja c k Davie. 011111 \D iamond •·1eld Jo. :! k .'' wh murdered u1 • l!h p h rdere In ldatio, ha e been arret!t d. Tlie l!berur ca rrlee requisition pap ert! from Governor M Con- nell fo r tb• Id a ho criminal. ~o ao. A FIRE AT AINSWORTH J ' Ht, ; ~; \ ' f ' IK E ffl S U li:!!i!'!I t'OH'l ' IO~ U1 n1 , ;;;1' 1tOVEIJ . 'l'IH .: f'l•m\\ Bururd l'utJI 'l ' b c r .. Wa• \01l1lo ar : Moro, to D e• tru) - D11 · .. llln1rN 1 - uiou c b .. d. Alr. s wonh , B. ' ., Avril 27 .- Flr which l,ro k e out a t th is place during the n i g ht has u stro yed E:V ry bu Jn es.s n o use .n the p l a c , a n d only as h e m rk th 1 ,la::P ll wh 1e, · 'aturday, a th riving bu. In . · s wa s be ng <lon e . The flam ,s fir s t star te d i n H eep's sa l oon and w e r e w e ll under h t:a <.l- wa ; ' wh en th e alar m wa s m ade gen.,r<.Ll. There I s abso lut e l y no apparatus for figh t- I ng nr e, a.nd a s a brisk w in d had . sprung up th e flames bad the i r wa y and burned until Lh ·r · ~ , as nothing mor e to destroy . it •• fo r tunate t h at the dw l ll ngs of m any ci ll · z e n s w e r e n orth or th e uu lne. s dlstri~ t. for IC th e y had been in · h line of the tire noth i ng cou l d ha v s av d th m . A s I Is, th ere l s s h e lt e~ !or a ll lhe homeless lJ u t ruln s tar s ma.n y of th e business m ~ n I n the ra c , a s t he insuran ce w as so hlg n tha t llttl w as ca rr ied . Ev er y s tor e u. nd hotel In the town wen: destr oy e d . E'oll J W · Ing is a p a rUaJ list o f th e losses : Ain wortb h otel, own d by Cha ri s Ol - s e n, building and co n te nt s valued a.t ~. .:\l c Kinnon 's h ote l, two sto n es , lo :,; e n bu il d in g and c o nte nt s, r..soo. H o l so u t h of th e .\foLe o d bu il din g . !tJi'fl o n buildlng an d conte n t.~. $2000 . Th re e- s tory bu i l di n g, formerly t h e ;-.rop- <Jr t; • of H. .1: c L eod, \ acan ; $0000 . n ral m e r c handls st or e or H . , ::i d g · - ;, r l c l, , w it h . to c k, $12,000 . On o - s tory b•Jildlng o ccup l-,d by Fr,.n )< Heat, a s a . store, h ouse and c onten ts, v& l- ed at $ 1f,()(), Saloon of h arl e s Ison, a lW O· ri o r ) ' ~t r u c ture, l oss, $1500. R e lief will be ent fr om the ,mnound iu g to wns, and no one will w ant for t h e n ee es- :s ari · s g f li t e. Prep a r ations fo r r bu 1 . c 1l!lg h a \' a l read y be n begun, and the busln\?~s l:Jlo · ks w il l be much more subs tan tla!. TILL SHR.OODED l:\\ !IYSTERY S tr1t11ge Dlllappenrauc e or Rtehard Thoma• and ,vue . Bo ise. April 26.-Th d l sa ppearan c e of Ri cha r d Thoma11 and wit f r o m their home o n S inke r c r ee k . In Owyh ee co unty, re- malns n si'l roud d In my tc r y . Jt n.p- pea r s th a t Thoma11 so ld a lo t o ca tt le lut e m t he fall. rea lizing betw ee n $4000 and $5000 . lt ls beli ve d he k ept most o r L hle mon , ~ y in hi s house, and it ls thou,;ht a rob b e r y may have been co mmitted. Th o m as and his wif e had not lived ha p- P il}' t o g e th e r and some have be n :n - ~ lin c d t o think the w o man may have h a d ~ome thlng to d o with his disappearance , '\ ! terwa r m aking her own escape from the country. S he b a d a. sister llv1ng near nd 1t Is s ai d she got st ry c hnine f'rom her s o m e w ee ks ago with which to poiso n 3 qulrr els. The s i ste r s were not on \ ·e ry good terms with the r e m a lnlng on e an d aad uot , · !sited Thomas· place for a loll&' t ime. It seems al! It the pla c e had been dese rted s eve r al we e ks before the discov- e ry. The dos found d ad appears to have be n kill e d . T h e animal wa.a a ta- 1 · orite with Mrs . Thoma.a. The country ba s been sco ur e d without secu rin g any t rac e ot the mi ssi ng people. REF U!IE D TO GIVE U P HH .JOB Tacoma Man '\\ \ ho Thlnka tbe P•ople 'Need Rim Badl,- . Ta c o ma , . ~ prll :!7 . -The o unty trea s;; re r dl1mlss e d t h e ch et of the delinqu ent t ax department, George ·w . Plummer , last Th ursday, but Plummer refu se d to vacate, c la i m i ng hat I t WM tor tbe bes t Int r.as ur o f th co u my that h e keep the r,,la ce . 'l't: 1 • mo rnin g Trea su r e r Hedg a t temvt e d to re m o v e him by for ce . bu t d l<l not su c cee d. Th n the tr easur r a tt e mpted t o carr y C'I! the boo ks o f the offi c e , but Will! prev e nt e d b y Plumm r. Pl u mm r, who !s susta:lned I n b is a cti on by th o mm l1<i,lo n l\8 o f the ha lo c k ed th book ln th e c o m- \nd HRl'bor A pproprlatton Saf .,. F rom 11. \ ' e to. ~ ·a h l ngt o n , D c . 2,ll .- Th r port that h p r sld nt would \' to t h r h· r nnd bo.rbor bi ll c au d o c ar fu l ca nv ass to bo m ad by th r publi can . ln both hous- *'S , a n d It le co nfl d ntl y clal m ,) J tonight t h o.t th bill can be p a\S d o v e r th e , ,c to. Th hous<' ,viii h a. rd ly swallow the Hunt- i ngton- anta Moni c a. harbor t al, and with that llmt nat d lt ls b 11 v d th e bill c n r ea dily eu11taln a two-third s , · o t by t h hou sE', Som e f r n. r xpr c sed t h a t t hi s 'l\ ' 111 d e l ay a.d Jou rnm nt , but I t Is II Id c o n gr s11 wi ll r m in in s s. Ion nil su m - mE-r I! n c sa ry o a pp roprl at for In- t rn n l lmprov m e nts . o, ' NA MITER ~' \ ' ORK 1:11' H&\ '. \:\'A F1s.,ln•lon In th .,. Pnln ec of Go , · rrnor Gt-n e ra I \ · .,.,- 1 er.

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