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   Anaconda Standard (Newspaper) - December 27, 1906, Anaconda, Montana                                WEATHER FORECAST. FOH THURSDAY. Pair. WEATHER FORECAST. TOR Fair. VOL. 106. ANACONDA, MONTANA, MORNING, DECEMBER 27, 1906. PRICE FIVE CENTS. IS FOILED Bf IHE JAILERS BREAKS IXTO TMK C'OVXTV .IA1I, AT 1..VS CCH.O- TEACHERS ARRIVING IN BUTTE FOR. THE CONVENTION OM'IKIVrr.M WITH niPPi I'llOIIl.lv.US AMI 'I'HIIMATKXKD WITH ASSASSIXATIUX. SOME DISORDERLY SCESES maHl ivilliln rt-nHi nf 1.1 in tvhun Drliiilc in the national nxKt-mlit v iUOtmK- of n rooiiiiilixh liy onni .-Mtr.-ssion killing of u fa pr Kcnnn Him.sts Hint lie (1 11 k (Ii. of ItlH In rnsr Axttnunt 11 t lion to itiMiuio. llf Ht'l) t AnEmas, Colo Dec. sovenil hours of diligent effort j stornvin-gi tho comity Ju.il hero, a mob gathered after dark for the pur- pose of airvengtnff the death of Henry n. well-known farmor near here, who was murdered in a most brutal manner by a tramp, dispersed, and It is not thought that further at- tempts will be made to-night to carry out tho plans of -vengeance. The mob worked Us way Into the Jail as fur as the Rteol xloors, by breaking down the wooden doors, but. were met with a atom refusal toy tho jail keepers to turn over the priFoner and finally save up. When apprehended tho murderer gave his name as Ijiiwreiu-c Iceberg, and many believe him to be insane. "Work of n FI c n  lany Hard The king is ai present con front oil with in tiny difficult problems, not the leiiut of whk'h is the renewed activity of ihe. supporters of ihe Ifiie King Alex- ander and (Juoen Draga. who were murdered the night of June 10-11. I SOX iind the pupuliir ill feeling aroused by the recent escapades ot George, the crown prince, One of the deputies opposed the loon on the ground thai the members of the reigning families would personally pocket a large proportion of It, unO the final debates brought out anrj- dynastlc demonstrations In which a number of riotous students sustains3 serious injurlea. TIi Premier Pnslcu. has received n num- ber of (brent on ing letters' intimating that the present dynasty will meet a fale similar-In Hint of Us predecessor. The latp King Alexander was a mem- ber of the Obrenovitrh family. It IP asserted that secret meetings of the anti-dynastic leaders have been bold hern for the purpose of selecting a European prince as successor to King- Peter In the event of tho successful dynastic movement. FLOUR FROM MINNEAPOLIS FOR THE RUSSIAN PEOPLE 100 LATE 10 CLOSE ATTOHXKV .IKIKniH WII.I.IM; TO TAKI; ACTKI.V IX siiTiAi, RECEIVES SiRP IETIER -STATK TH ACM KII.S' ASSOfl ATIOX IIKfilXX ITS JIBKTIXfi IX J1OX- TAXA'S MKTHOI'UMS. CREftT INTEREST IS ME! to IIM usjliiiilu Mft.-r mlNrlili-r I.H iiiriif of rrlnir nil vrnrtmi In MORE POISON DISCOVERED IN STOMACH OF A VZRAL Chicago, Dec. of poison have been found in the Lotly of another member of the Vzral family, JUKI the police believe thai they have serureci :ui- ditEouiil evidence against Herman Betck, who is now In custody in connect ion tho deaths of several members the family. 'Die analysis cnimileteri to- day that of tlic body fif Rose Vzral, IS yenrs old. Kviik'iires of arsenic1 have now found in nil of the Lofiics have, been analysed. REMAINS OF PROFESSOR DISCOVERED IN DESERT Kl I'aso, Dec. The remains or ]'rof. Tliomaw Grindcll nnd h's party, who 'eft Dou.qlasH. AriK., in June, on nn exploring ion Into Ihe TI hi iron islands, located in thrr Gulf of Olifnrnia. lint who we 11? never afterward hcanl from, liave just bc-en foil ml In a desert In Sonorn, where lliey perlslicd ev'denily for want of water. Tht itlenlliicalion ivns made through loiters addresfic-i] to GrimlelT found willi the remains. Grinrlell was principal of I tie. Dungings schools. M'nn.. Dec. is re- pnrted that a deal is about to be clnseil whereby a Minneapolis company c-oiiFiga :i large (iiinnlity of Minne- apolis (lour for ituKslnn cotisiiinption. The exportation of Minneapolis llom- lo Russia 111 ho without precedent. Only through the immense .ihortnge in the Russian crop co si Id this condition arise, a shortage so that Russliin flour prices were ad- vanced to n notch where millers -nn ligtire on paying the hOjh import Inty. plus freight, realizing1 a. fair prolit.- ANOTFlUlt HarcuEonn, Dec. bomb explofleot to-daj- in tho Itnmbla. one of the pno- clpal thoroughfares of tin's city. One man was wounded. Three anarchists have been arrested hi connection with the affair. JAMES mm DEAD ws VETERIN PILOT LIE F'ortlaiul. Ore.. Dec. 20. Private ail vires received In Portland from William M. Gregory of the United Slatc.s .steamship Ilentlior, from Jimr-aiij Aln'ska, Finn mi nee the probable death by drown- ing of Capi. James IJ. J.fnnan. pio- nci-r Alaskan pilot. Cnpla'n Leimai; wns eriKaseil in piloting1 the Heather in Alns- katt waters when that vessel arrived nt Juneair. The pilot left the- ship tho evening nt Dec. 18 and was afterward 5oe.li Koing toward the Hcalher about 10 o'rioi-k that niyfil- CiiptnLn Gregory siiys ihe. whole city has sen rcbvd nml thJit he fs <-ertaIn I hat the veteran pilot is 1 1 row ii04l. Cant. "Jim" Ltnnan knnwn in every prominent saajmrt in worltl. For n quarter of a renlury liiis vessels from Pugot poun north. For many yours he was In pcrvjc-e of Ihe I'ncilic Coast Sifntusnlp company. Of In If years he hnd been me government pilot in Alnsknn wntor.s. 10 IHE FRENCH VATIOAN UUCljARRS THAT COV- KHSMK.N'l' IHS UKIM.1K1I TO OF I'OI'K. VERBAL STATEMENTS MADE AND TELEGRAPHED ABROAD linn IP, Dec. spite of tho de- nials of the French government that il has made any re.ply regarding the Vatican's protest tn the powers on the subject of tlie expulsion from France of Monsignor Montagnini, until recent- ly secretary of the papal nunciature at Paris, the vat (can hits been posi- tively informed that M. PInchim, the minister of foreign affairs for France, has made verbal statements in answer to t-bis protest to several diplomatic representatives at Paris, who tele- graphed the minister's communication to their respective governments. AVhut HC Swiil. According to the Vatican's authority, ST. Pinchon said that Monsignor Mon- tagnini had no diplomatic standing: that the papers sequestered at the nunciature were un Import an t, the im- portant documents having been re- moved previously and, us the French government had not allowed the papal nuneiato to correspond with the French bishops, mil eh less could il permit Monsignor Montagnini to do so. Tho Vatican now declares with au- thority that Ihe statement that docu- ment P were removed from the nuncia- ture before the building was searched is unfounded and calculated to de- ceive, and avers that H did not ema- nate from the Vatican, but from the French government. ArHihijolinp Irclni.il. The local press has published the summary which appears in the Paris .Matin of the statement Issued by Archbishop lie.lnnd of St. Paul on the Franco-vat lean conllict. TSiis sum- mary has not found favor the vatiean authorities, as it blames the French clergy, who are praised by Uir pope. The Osservalore Romano says this summary Fhnuld be acceptor! with reserve, as coming from an in- fected FOureo, and explains thai the correspondent of the Matin in New York may have misunderstood the archbishop. UATHKIIIXU OK .OF SCUKK MOI 1.1IEH HY MEANS me HEADS OF SOUTHERN PACIFIC CLAIM TRAINS RUN REGULARLY Houston, Dec. to the hejidquarters of (he Atlantic system of tlie Southern Pacific lines to-day show that the lines are experiencing little diflioully in oneralins trains on ac- count of the' strike of the locomotive firemen on the Houston division of Ihe Oalveslon. Harrisburg San Antonio line. Fourteen freight trains out of 16 scheduled were handled. All scheduled on the Victoria division and on tho Texa? Now Orleans, east of this city, operated. The. same is true, ac- cording to the reports, on the Kl Paso division west of Ran Antonio. In view of this traffic. Mannger C. K. Dunlap has Issued notices to -Hi both points to accept through freight. At near Kl Paso, Kngineor Kutz is reported to have been saulted and so severely injured that he conlrl not continue the run. H. K. Willis, assistant grand chief of the Rrotherhoncl of Locomotive Rn- gineers. says lhat his organization 's thoroughly satisfied with the situation and all of Its members arc going-lo do all in their power to maintain their contract with the railroad company and keep Ihe trains moving. Charles Nelll, United States com- missioner of labor, will arrive in Houston to-morrosv morning from Washington and tcmlcr his friendly oflkes In the controversy. SOME TOUGH iftTHEH UNO SEVERAL WRECKS London. Dec. of 1306 will be memorable for ono of the heavi- est snowstorms the United Kingdom has experienced in mnny years. In fhe northern counties of England and In Scotland the snow was accompanied by great gales. It snowed npain to- night, but not so hard, excepting in the rjvernool district, where a fierce blizzanl ts raging, and the indications are that the severe weather will.con- tinue. There were many small wrecks along the coast but no serious loss of life is reported. The crews of nearly all the wrecked vessels were rescued by lifeboats. Almost all tho ship- wrecked men hnd terrible experiences and were completely exhausted before belnpf brought to land. The R learner Hazeldcne struck a rock and sank oft Clotighey. Lifeboat men succeeded In rescuing the crew after an exciting ex perlence. Another lifeboat mad ft a sim- ilar rescue of the. crew of the schooner ntf ruina'eness. HUMAN NATURE TEMPTED NO STRENGTH TO RESIST Providence. R. I., Dec. guished students nf political science, I list or inns and educators, rep resent ing many leading universities and other ed- ucational institutions nf this country, assembled here to-night for the open- ing of a. series of meetings to he held uider the nusp-ces of Brown university during the remaining days of the pros- in t week. Conventions of (lie Amer- ican Historical association, the Amer- ican Economic association, the Amer- ican Political Science association, the American Sociological society and the Bibliographical Society of America are In eluded in the programme of (he week. Prof, F. W. Jenks of Cornell univer- sity, president of the America 1 Political Science association, delivered the edu- cational address to the convention to- night, his subject being "The American Standard of Business." He said: Grcn< I-'ordmcn, "The frequency of great fortune? HELP OF THEOTHERS THAT TRAIV- AXD II A 1MIEHS Wl Itli.'STJI t, Jml pre- New York. Dec. A (tor- icy .Jerome written n letter to D. Herrfch of counsel fur the Mu- ual Life Pol Ivy Holders" usc-XK'itillou. suyin-g- he is now wiillingr lo lake up the mutter concerning1 changes against President Peabody the Mutual Life Insurance company of coercion in connection with the election of trustees of that company. These charges were brought to the attention of the dif trict attorney some time by Mr. Herrtok, Mr. Jerome refused to act on them at the time, on the ground that he did not want his office "u.sed to -influence the election of trustees in the Mutual Life." Referred (o Couuael. 1 roi't-ivp n tvnrni welcome nt 
                            

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