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VOL . NO. 21 BUTTP. MONTANA. IOIA Y EVENING, APRIL 14, 1902. PRICI B CENTS w, ML, . ,L wf. ,,, r I wr a ,m . "w-n. ,, . L"a w1 . -. . ..ý . .r.... . . . r.. . _| ,' - - . . . ..... .. ...- SOME SEIWER FrIHNTING IN SOUTH AFRICA LORD KITOBZNER REPORTS TWO X8NDRED BOERS KILLED OR CAPTURED. BRITISH ARMS SUCCESSFUL Notwithstanding the Peace Negotia tions the Week Just Closed Was One of Brisk Fighting and Reprisal. (By Assocrited Press.) London, April 14.-News of severe f1iht Ing in the Tranevanl at the end of last week has been sent by Lord Kltchenr. who wires that about 200 Boers were killed, wounded or captured. There were about a hundred casualties. The British also captured three guns and a quantity of suppllles. Command ant Potgleters was among the Boers killed. Lord Kitchener, in a dispatch dated from Pretoria, Sunday. April 13, recounts how Colonel Colenbrander, after locating Commandant Beyer's langer at Pzel kop, moved his force by different routes from Pletersburg, Transvaal colony, blocking the principal lines of retreat. The flgphting commenced April 8, when the Inniskilling fusileers attacked Mollp spoort, covering the Boer position, and by dusk had seized a hill eastward of the Poort, after considerable opposition, re sulting in Colonel Murray being wounded and Lieutenant Lincoln being killed. Another officer and five men were wounded. Since then the operations have con tinued daily. Colenbrander's latest re port, April 12, gave the Boer losses in killed, wounded and prisoners, at 106 men. The colonel hopes to be able to report further captures. [oers Repulsed. The most severe fighting occurred April 11, In Western Transvaal, where General lan Hamilton has replaced General Met'huen in command of the British troops. The Boers attacked Colonel Kekewlch's forces near Rooiwal, and fighting at close quarters ensued. The Boers were re pulsed, leaving on the field 44 men killed, including Commandant Potgleters and 64 wounded. The British captured 20 un wounded prisoners. According to last accounts Gen. Ian Hamilton was pursuing the remainder of the Doer command. The British losses in this fight were six men killed and 52 wounded. At the beginning of the pur suit Colonel Kekewic.i captured two guns, a pom-pom, a quantity of ammunition and a number of wagons. A force of Boers recently overwhelmed a strong British patrol sent out from Bulfontein, Orange River colony. An officer and two men were killed, 14 men wounded and the remaining members of the patrol were surrounded and captured. Lord Kitchener mentions holding an inquiry into this reverse. MEETING OF EASTERN MONTANA WOOLGROWERS AT MILES CITY (Special to Inter Mountain ) Miles City, April 14.-The annual meet ing of the Eastern Montana Wool Growers' associatlon commenced here today. There was a light attendance of sheepmen though the asoclation rep resents the ownership of half a million sheep. OfflcIal reports show a healthy condi tion of the association, and rangemen say sheep losses will not exceed 5 per cent in the most exposed locations. The convention recommended W. E. Skinner of Chicago for appointment as director of the live stock exhibit at St. Louis in 1903. XPI.AINS TIH "WATIR CUR[" (By A ssoRlated Pres..) Washington, April 14.--The senate comminttee on the Philippines began the week with the Intention of conducting an Investigation of the charges to the effect that the "water-cure," so-"called, Is practiced on the Insurgents, and Charles S. Rliley of Northamipton, Mass., formerly a sergeant In Company M, 'Twenty-sixth volunteer infantry, was the first witness called with that end in view. Mr. Riley said that he had tbeen in the Philippines from October 25, 1899, to March 4, 1901. In reply to qcue.tlons 'by Senator Ilaw Insh he said he had witnessed the "water' cure" at Igibaris, in the province of Ilollo, on November 27, 1900. It was ad ministered to the presldente or chief Filipino offlicial of the town. Made Him Yield. He said that upon the arrival of his command at Tgibaris the presidfente was asked whether runners had been sent out notifying the Insurgents of their presence, and that umpon his refusal to give the Information lie was taken to the convent, where the witness was sta tioned, and the "nwater oure" was ad ministered to h1im. This official was, the said, a man about 40 years of age. When he (the witnese) first saw him he was standlng in the corridor of the convent, stripped to the waist, and his hands tied behind tim, with Captain Glenn and Lieutenant Conger of the reg CHILDRN AR MURDER[D BY UNKNOWN MAN YOUNG GIML AND HER BRO1TPHE3 WAYLAID WHILE OOMING HOME FROM COUROB. POLICE HAVE NO REAL CLEW Both Children Had Been Pounded on the Neead by Some Blunt In strument - No Trail Left Behind. (lny Associated Press.) Des loines, low., April 14.-While returnlng home from hIlghland Park Methodist chtlrc'h, on the north outskirts of the city last evening, Mary Peterson, 15, years of age. utlnd Thtomns, aged 11, chlltri n of P'eter J. l'Pterson, a well-to-do dtlryi.tan, wIre Ilurdered lby some un known person, believed to be It negro. The boy, when found at midnight, was alive, but died in 11 minutes, not being able to give a description of his assail ant. The bodlies were discovered by a farmer, who overheard the moans of the lad. An investigation revealed the fact that both children had their heads crushed. The pollee so far are without a clew. The body of the girl was found at the foot of a telegraph pole, In a ditch two feet deep. She had been ill-treated by her assailant. At the base of the head she had been hit with soime hard instrument, resulting in the fracturtng of the skull. On the crown of the heiad there were four or five indentations, all of Wc.hich would have proven serious if not fatal. Not a brick or an instrumont can be found within the region where the inurdlrs occurred. Head Pounded. Tie boy, who was found in the ditch on the opposite side of the road, was most cruelly treated. Fully half a dozen indentations were made In the skull and his face also showed evidence of being pounded. The Peterson family conslsts of seven children. Two of the girls now living declare they were Chased at the same spot by a man on their return during the evening trom Highland Park. They are unable to give a description of the man. Not far from the scene of the murder are the Marquisville coaL amines, in which some 20 colored miners are en ployed. It is the impression of the police that the murderer was a resident of Mar qulsville. The tracks of two men have been found leading from the scene and were followed by the police, but they soon led into a path, where all trace was lost. Settle Their Disputes. (By Associated Press.) Santiago de Chill, April 14.-The nego tlatlons for a fInal arrangement of the disputes between Bolivia and Chili are very far advanced. The Bolivian minis ter 'here, Senor Aramio, is going to Buenos Ayres to discuss the propositions that the Bolivian minister to Argentina, Dr. Carillo, has offered. This town is full of enthusastic conv\(n tion pe('pl, maIny of whom have come from the Rtapid City meeting. Made His Escape. (By Assoclated Press.) 'uyaquill, Ecuador, April 14.-Adol I)hus DeWet, a nephew of the Boer gen eral, who was wounded and captured at the battle of Jakobsdale, and who after wards escaped from Bermuda by swim ing to a schooner bound for New York, arrived here recently. He spent a few days in this city and proceeded to Lima, Peru, where he will negage in a mining enterprise. ular army and Dr. Lyons, a contract sur geon, standlng near, while many soldiers stood about. 'T'he' man, he said, ,was then thiown under a water tank, which held about 100 gallons of 'water, and his mouth pianced directly under the faucet and held orpeln so as0 to coilel him to swal low the water which was allowed to s."iape flrom the tank. Over him stood an interpreter repeat lng one word, which the wllnets said he ldid not understand, hbut which he be lieved to be the natl\ie equivalent of "confess." When at last the presldenteo greed to tell what ihe knew, he rwas released and allowed to start away. Given Another Dose. He was not, however, ,permitted to escape, and upon refusing to give further' Information he was again taken as he was about to mount his horse and the "curo" administered for the second time. This time the man 'was not stripped, nor was he taken into the 'building. 1Dr. Lyons said the water could hbe brought to the sHnot 'and given there, and when it was brought In a five-gallon can, one end of a syringe was placed in It and the other in the man's mouth. As he still refused, a second syrilnge was brought anda one end of It ptacel in the prostrate mnan's nose. He still refused and a handful of salt was thrown into the water. This had the desired effect, and the presidente agreed to answa' all ques tilns, IROD CURRY FELL DOWN STAIRS AND WAS KILLED AT PACIFIC HOTEL ROD O URRY, Who Lnea This Morning at Pacifoe Hotel. Rod Curry, a miner 35 years old, fell down a flight of stairs at the Pacific hotel I this morning at 5:30 o'clock and wa,, killed. No one saw the accident. It is supposed that Curry, who was a large man weighing over 200 pounds, stumbled at the top of the stairway lead ing from the office of the Pacific hotel to the dining room, and fell to the bottom, striking on his head. One of the hotel ibarders heard the noise made by the fall of the body, and ran to the spot to find ('urry breathing his last. There was a deep cut on his rlght tem pie where the 'head came in contatL with the bottom of the stairway. On l s ,2eek. The weight of the dead man's body was thrown upon his neck, and it is likely that his neck was broken by the fall. Curry was a miner, and until last Sat urday was employed at the Iarus mine. He came to Butte nine years ago. A year ago he moved to the Pacific hotel, where he has since lived. He has a sister who lived out near the Colorado smelter, but several weeks ago she moved to St. Paul. OP[NING OF IDE BUDGET STATE[MENT OF CHANCELLOR OF EXCHEQUER SHOWING THE BRITISH RIEVENUE. ESTIMATE OF EXPENDITURES Income Tax Has Been Increased as Are Also the Duties on Wheat and Other Necessities--Enormous Deficit to Make Up. (fly Assoclatd I'Press.) Lonldon, April 14.-The statement show' Ing the revenues and explendltures pre sented in the house of commons today by the chancellor of the exchequer, Si;' Michael Hicks-Bcach,, when opening tOh budget announcements, showed a iota) ordinary expenditure for 1902-3, estlmatedt at £1:29,159,000, with war charges amount" Ing to £45,450,000, making a grand tottt of £174,609,000, which is £12,993,000 below the total for 1901-02. 'T'he chancellor of the exchequer estt mates the total deficit for the present year at £26,824,000. To the deflict must be added 16 to 17 millions additional w.a expenditures. The chancellor said it he had hopes of a happy result from the conference in South Africa he had plt them aside. Preparations for the con tlnuance of the war were the best Kgur tantee r peace. The inconme' tax Is in ereased a petnny In the pound sterling. Hle estinmated the war revenue for this year, on the tbasis of 'the present taxulioD, at £147,785/,00, not including the cost q'q gratuitles at the end of the war, the transporting of troops holmre, etc. Sugar Duty. T'here is tno increase on the duty on sugar. The sinking fUld is to be sue peonded. The grand total of the ldeficit is £45,000,000. A penny tax is imposed on divitleind t\arants and two-penny stltamtps must o eI' phaced oil checks Instead of one pennty, tts heretofore. A duty of five petWn'e per hundredweight is Imposed on flour. ''ThF' suim of £32,000, 000 will be horroaed. The tchancellor of the exchequer denied that the registration of duties oa wheat (not corn, as previously bul' letin(,d), and flour violated the principles of free trade, or would Increase the co$ of food. lie thought the dtlutis had beeji recklessly abandoned and declared their remission did tnot reduce the price of food. The duty on meat is five pence per hun, dredwelght. The revenue from the new taxation 'iq expected to be £5,160, 00. After borro~vl Ing £32,000,000, the chancellor of the ex chequer.will make up the deficit by drw on the exchequer. . . " A duty of three pence pert hundra4 weight is imposed on all imported grain, Her present address Is not known. Curry's friends, say that this sit ter and John Curry, a brother of the dead man living at Providence, II. I., are the only living relatives Curry hadl. John Curry has beeni. informedl by wire ,-f his brother's death. Jamnes Confrey, who lives at No. 918 ETast Park stree, was Curry's mIost in tlitate friend. "Iod Curry was is flitel a ilman is I ever I:inoww,' said Conlroy this afterllnoon. "He wias generous, giood-nlLureld and iinvariably cheerful. I had known him for the past nine years. Was Great Surprise. "ills death came ls a slurprise and sork. "At noon today I sent my little boy to tie l'acliic hotel 'to ask Curry to coime rnd dine at imy house. Imaglne my surplrise when the boy turned with the news that Curry was fe d." Curry was at otne time a membler i.f tal# Ancilent Oriler of Tnitlied Workmen, R alkerville lodge. His remains were removed to Sher man's undertaking estabilishnmnt. Coroner Johnson will hold ani liiquest tomlorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. SUPPLY POSI Al LATHROP OOVERNOR DOCKER k SENT HIS PRIVATE SECRETARY TO IN VESTIGATE AND REPORT. SHIPPING MULES TO INDIA 'Many Thousand Head of Horses and Xules Paid for by British Gold Concentrated at the Mis souri Camp. (Dy Acss .'lated I're's.) ]ansas City, April 14.-A HIspf('l to the Star froit Jeffersron ('ty, Mo., isays: (). P. G(entry, (Governior I)(oker'y'rc pIi \ate secretary, returned today fromr I "throp, Mo., where he was Hollt ultlers ',,strlaUtions to Illake an jlci'uvlstigulion .f the charges that a irltitish post Is ib itg maintained there to supplly horses and mulal .for the J3ritish at'rny In Soutttn Africa. (l 'uernor Dockery for,, war ,ld thle seI. I.Lary'i report to Senllatotr I'oikrecill at Wi\rlllington this afterlnloo with the re quie-t that the Hselatoir lay Ith' riLtltel' he 'iore congress, In his rieportr Mr. Illun t'y says that the flrn of (;llyton & Harrington owns the hedtIs ind iand at (tie punt, accolrdingK Io the stl.rrerIrits( (of thei countty olllf :ers. He coI'o linuii a: ''I iwas inforrnmed that tihe fir sllhipped 72,i)il hI;l a of horses anld Iriule,4 during Lhe luat year, most of tlihrtI diltistrid for ,outh Africa. iFroin pliici.'anc', , it looks very rnuch like, the busisneti s is Itlargely condllucted under Ilritixh aus s"It Is claimenld, however. , Lthat iall Ith 'ormpernsation rel' e\Ived by the Il'll Is :,i (e:nts a day for thei c';ir'i ,f oeac'h hori,.'i ,.ad Imule fed for the British guv\'trn rrr it. Ft is not niy province to offer any sug gIHtlions as to whether inltcrllnatl nal iaw has been violated. That quiinltio in is ob liously onCe to ie deterinrled by the I'lited States governrn'l t.'" Mr. (ienlltry Hayst that 21 Sepaoy, who nrritedi at L.athrop recently will return to Inlllt soon with frolm 100 to 1,000 mules t!,, the use of the British army itn that cluntry. k FELL FROM BICYCLE. 4) (Sipecial to Inter Mountain.) C4 5 Missoula, April 14..--John Pul- 4 liram, a merchant, while on the 9 4 way to his place of business this f> morning, was thrown from his bl- 4 cycle, sustaining serious injuries. 4 His right shoulder was dislo cated, collar bone broken and 4 head cut, and may lose the sight C4 6' of his light eye. . 4,' 4)))))44444)))))4444 LABOR LEADERS HAVE ORDERED MEN TO STRIKE BRYU8ELS TROUBLE IS BECOMING MORE OOMPLICATED A.,. SEEMS TO BE SPREADING. MARTIAL LAW NOT PROCLAIMED General Strike Has Been Started in the Ooal Minee-Rioting at Foul and Other Places-Troops on the Move. (fly A. o t lt5lh till I'1res.) l3russels, April 14.- -A dispatcih frtom l.a Louvre, it town itn thel provinlli of liliinault, announces t h t In i .tulcdl nle. with the dectimsion of inhair liindirms, thut ai general strike hiat i c nllIn'l('d in th coal mines, glass w ,rksl d tll fltorlle of the cent ral dslNtrlcts, InvlihIli, g Mtll'i' in0it and IInnaoup. AdvIhis from Liege say that i gienerial sHtrke hLa I ibeen slatted In th, iviial minllwlH of H.erillng dsltrhl t nIII Lt t he K0l 1111 foundrlIe at Holenmln. The lull rryinn of the Aihtll vaollh y halve allo l truck. There has teen lloting it Paul, whlre the 'ol\entl of the Limlle Msinttrn of thel Poor has been stoned. Front Mons tIlillos have startedl for different potls ii the Ilthriagei d.istrit. A.t ('ute llne., lo II il the pilovin'L.e of Ilanualt, 5,lt..,00 M Isl ,lkernl lseiubll iuclun the state l isi-luil lwith IflL titjlii,'c t Io ilready llaving l i.p]ed work. The waverIs f l lItIntL are li, iusing t.ri", iand I general tl'rke of ilthe weeav I lg tr. l,'l t ls ex lpe lte , will i e de in rl toi, ilotrrowlt . A greatI NIrike has io-iuiiiiiid at l'hurli"il, ltG,LLti of the 40,I000l c al iii (s alrlIdy have sI.itpped 'work. A g-,ii-i-a.il strike has been letr l hitre In 10m1l of lth l, rge ll l oot oi shuoe I'e torlIes. Adeiquitt loasures have been itken to -enhhle th- hlliters Ito riInfori the pullee at a tntoeinnt's ilolice III llny point requ ired. Thlere tsl been11, lthus fill' today, no0 q lemt ol ofr prloo' in m g 'lIil IIna l' ~ ,Inlw . uc'h Ia Hitp t'l lllot l.e Iit- itn i lelgltitl u without lpelil legislative olt otn. About 8ii,000 tllit ali e now out oit strikel is the Mons district. GOVERNOR DOLE UPHELD. He Will Return to the Islands With Confidence of Administration. (lIly Asis-Ilaldil Press.) Warhiingtoi,, April 14.-tlhe followltiv otIl-lil liateennt w"aa made at the White Ilouse timay: The Jht-eldent, 'fteor most iLarefil in ti I.lgtiii onil l-u ring us Imany mi.en Im lp s siill , and ' nli-lit g ftront otherls, lo ni IDii'iis tliiurse huos bien slut- as to wai rant i Is io-tinuai-e as governor of Hlawall, and .ntillel h. i to the -',Spe.'' tand hoirty mlippor of the ali titl tislirnli 'The givei'rnor waIs It ithlr at Ithe Iigo to Iistonrt for ait short visit ianid in laut two weeks would u.ll frr Ioio lulu, SHADWELL WILL SOON KNOW HIS FATE.-HIS THIRD TRIAL At nIoon tifl ny Oyil I Ni imony in thn Hlhaiwec· I INIII.I11·I ':IHI1 \I1H rill In and Ilntlrut thi, jury at tlle o111 ltig of' tIhe t(Il" 110011 Ho(4Hion.(I·I11 llll'l)ln aIh lugumori I foliowid~ I he inNtlul Tfie Ilt(Iltt 'if till I rIal i4 it ima tier lit IN ~l'ultion, butIJIIt IS th flagt thatl h [IN jury will i"I(I Aeaiilli·l; r orl th*lllitl A 'tut illl IN f:l't oly fiii uI till fall t hlt IW of liii" iItiia I (VII 1111(411 fnlt Itie 81:1 (ltIoth ih lt ItIdI, [1;11(t1 :11, t hutm yolara Ligo. Irurwiel ti tiliit fltial hog i'll 111 IIh 1j6, 1(+91, andt oil the· 2.';Il lit' ',%';1:4 Ofctr d l ORDER Of SURVEY ANNULLED (S.p.,cal to Inlet' 1lountia: t,) Helh, na, April 14.---'r'he Anacoindla (',1 vhit rl'y in I . ISplr',,ll ou. rt l hllll tis iti -'l ing whlen the urdir iof 4livey of tli Arla c'I)on uI l Stl. 1. ILai,'lw e e altitn , gtT i11,"l ileinzzt by .lig, ('ai y last I)a-,, hlh r, was a nia2r ill-i I, lilih z Intl llla, llll l;l'lll for the orde' r August 8, |ix ), allh,4' iut 1a half Ilterest ini tin JFairitnontiiiii l 4 n ;;nd tilrining that thei AI;tt)llullil I rn !'aIny hvi tiiiii~llll ty '!·xltl-tleii .1II1i pahinyd, hut 1 tonkt udg tulnr ou woirk tis into tbher 7, lt, Li l, ·ts that lithere were e.l l;til oire hb lehs wh1h4 } .ipex,,i hi tihe F iound tit, blut ·s Iiu q t ny Piased Into ithe aI, L r a un' SIII t Aii-ll order, f'rOit wh ilcil th Ana e ",lna mlon Ii aundery was unlld wllly k xtrictig u , allu On S;et. lIeiin , 1,l ,r haing was had, but It took Judg, n c'lley unt!', t)(* comber 7, 19J 1, to rdu ,'r his 11 ll tlson, when he found that it -,v+is . we,"s.ary ,'fr HBrine Nto have i , I lulry ranll inspa.etinA. Lrder whtd h allowel o:in examination ty Hlelnze's tlurveyors antl attor neys ff all underground wo'k.igs of the Anor ,on and St. Lawr'n(e claimn4, (lGeoe W'. TurnlU er, J. H. '['.aeldse, P. 11. Ilb)]'tr ,n, fircee N. Turner, Alfred Frank ind(] A. L, Stadler were ordered to make the BRLIIN .ER LO' ,AND ,NHY FIRf5 BUILDIfNOS WERE STRUCK BY LIGHTNINO AND THREE HUN DRED FIRES STARTED. ROADS ARE ALL IhPASSABLB Embankment of the Railroad Swept Away and Some of the Street Car Linies Are Blocked-Hous.es Collapse. (lty A oIIn'Iie'l l i'rieM .) Ierlin, April 14.- A violent H ndllllller l4or nlll \onliplll elllh ' by Itlorrentl ralnl lbrok over hrlin anlllld its vl ntl y (llenrli t11iay, I'tiinlHg grIl't d(lnmage. M.lany bulingIg wereH nl r uck by lightning. lThe fire brigadeI, wis summoned lt tlli) nll1 cope wni h the lhoodsll. The watep .:IM No deep nroul d III,, alllprulnhl'l t. lh' r4lr'Iadll Mhtition ill l'rhidrihh lisrn e lI t it waii1 lins1i lls tll) l. to r .illl'ih the At lthe Llirte elution some of tll, %.iia. flg roulnl niad to bI. 'hosed, ne tlhl wn sl Iitrahtenelld to full. A portion (if t l'e e.Is IaIInlIntIII of tihl l) ot1ld tn rlt 'oad neatlllll 4hloIhenilhIr Iwas i ript awl y and allnmr. Inr dalinntge t to le icri lar railroad 114141 il litlI 0! lr llii('. nlceellataed Mu penio ln of traffic. 'liThe streets were II flooded thal Mtreel Iln in M\v'ral di.Htricts were hstpp T'he r'oud. wre allmost Inlspasalhh to ily (dnnlgeld. Theo dIorntive' prtlln of manly hltlllhilg1 nold the Mtllintul Ii i the pltbll' MIuIret were Merlouely dlarm rigeil bly lhall whih, for a thin, frll ) m Ols hit v4 y. 'Trains were unable to leave liih Stttl4 1atllion billUrlous of the floot1d0 . 'Th, .enIluri of the Royal thlut.l'r and ithei lteichh.bllnk tare under iwater. * lIioise on (lrhllht 11r114H' (ol lhn.sud, touiie of itheI o, cupanlllls were injured. Mcllale Ha Bigned. (Hlpieiial Io inter Mountain.) Aniondiiua, April 14.--"JimnloU" Mcllnle of tie Arnanda ld a iI tiam ofI 11100 iha sig'ned toI pllly outtleld' with Mc 'likey' 1 aggregat lon andl will leave to lllrrow afttern'ioo to joul IIUtlIe' tealml in HulL Lake. SCOAL IXZN. R LOOKEID OUT. 4, (Hpoec.l to Iinterl Mountain.) ltiled Lodge, April 14.-The strike Mua14 tiion at the Itocky lFork icoal Soineo resolved l itself t1lls oning . Into a lo.okut. S The( cui.IIpany'1 'ircular lulhc i'lllllg f.r the nml n ri to return sto '' work thli. miorning oir l'o1 andiiii t g.t their pay, did not r'isult in thle mi lirs returning. * Holm. of the lopll men were on hiutll, but the ii llhlirs ihie ..selves . di llhnot show ulp. The pIctIy 0f the m ngemI. I nt 1 wl.\ will ibe to lock-out thei rlinerl.s enlirely and open th. mnln wilth S iiut Lthe. old t'.in. '4. , 'R @,"/./.@ ;,. ; . to I lltitige+ll, but theo uprPemn rourU gr intl-'d hlni a new tvtril. November 1 (f' the following yoer his .e.ondl trial wnMlH )tgtlt lllld on November 25 the jury fountd him guilty of ssurds;r in the tui0 o.nl dg groe, Ilxing hil punishm.ent at lift im[prionm.Bent. LIter, howev'r-, tin error In tlhe lIn istrut'ltJlllH giJVIn by JudKge Clancy, he frso whom te' (,i Lae wOn tried, wus dil ver''ld Witl( the i lllul'p'lllO court gra.lnted Ilhiri ainoth'er trial, Wtltth Is now In pIro T'he jury itn lit ptr'otent trial ha.l not i(e(n lotki d up betwessen Mn'imlons, amH the judge stall he could not 0 ee w'htre any lhllng could hb' gaittned by dllrlving th4 twolve mtlet of' their llberly. 'i'The jury will probably get the c'as( Ilist eve-ning and t4hadwtll will know his fl.te by ttiLonti'ow. (I'ctttltue'd on Page Three.) 411Vt'IY, ("ol ttaio'l"iig i)t'tolbe° it and riding I)vrnl,ber 22. Ir elll'ther 9 the Anar "onrld comInpany Ir;'le an pplhatit,on to Judge ('Ulncy for mtodtltticatllon of the order, restricting ht' survey. Thisc was denied Land Do ,mber 17 another appli.ution was filed, ,:kking Judge C'lancy to vakcate and set ,si' Ithe oldr clltlliely, which was also Ifl|end. Writ of Control. 'T'h.'retupon, January 2, 1902, an appllca lulnl wias nltde to the stulr'elne court ior a wIrl Uf super.visnly control, it be ng alleged that Ileinze simply asked or the ord,.r of srll':ey for the pur (tn9 of harril$sing the Anaconda comrn 'any. liirch 15 a 'writ of certiorrli was Is iued, requiring Judge Clancy to certify itp to ite supreme enourtl at record of the -rowetding's In order that they might This mIiritit..n ii tert reviewing the case Sdlt.ll ('hilt ,IIstlce 13rantly delivered he opinli ofr the court. ltefirrlng tIo t sool.lon of the statute tihlch has never been called Into ques oui, the ,ourt holds that'it seems clear That the Iln;;prcttltn tnust, be limited to Lhe pr"I "i'e'. in which the petitioner has sornte p,' ietaftary lltt oat,