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BUTTE INTER .MOUNTAIN.
VOL. XXII. NO. 41 BUTTP, MONTANA. SATURbAY EVENING. MAY 3, 1902. PRICE FIVE CENTS
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5UNDAY MONDAY ITUEDAY WDNESDAY T URSDAY FR RD AY
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WNAv MAPPENED , " TrreI
OnTws F ar~ D ay w Msmans 1 6 ( As
Hun oAGtAIN Of r ADAY
What the Inter Mountain Sporting Writer Says of His Trip With Butte's Ball Team.
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Need of Clothespins.
En Route, Sunday, April 27.--Vith the
exception of "Homerun" Mcintyre and
myself McCloskey's able-bodied ball
players retired early. A good ball player
always snores a bit, and the curtains in
the Pullman fairly vibrated with the
-olos of olfactory organs. It would not
have been disagreeable had McCloskey's
men all snored in unison, but it was dis
cordant. "Homerun" McIntyre and my
self played ping-pong until an early
hour Monday morning.
THE WOMAN'S CLUB
M[[TING
SEVEN SESSIONS OF THE CON
VENTION AT LOS ANGELES
HELD IN ONE DAY.
IT IS A RECORD BREAKER
Many Speeches Made and Papers Read
-Chief Speaker Miss Jane
Adams of Hull House,
Chicago.
(By Associated Press.)
Los Angeles, Cal., May 3.-Today is a
record-breaker at the Woman's conven
tion as to sessions, there being seven
At Simpson Auditorium, Mrs. Margaret
Evans presided over the education sec
tion, the speakers being Benjamin A
Wheeler, Mrs. Lfin Larned of Syracuse
N. Y., president of the National House
hold Economics association, and Misr
Mabel Crawford, Sunday editor of the
Sun Francisco Chronicle, who spoke on
"Advantages of Co-Education."
Mrs. Larned's paper on "HouseholC
Economics, a Pertinent Factor In Educa
tion," was discussed by Mrs. Arthur C
Neville of Green Bay, Wis.
This was followed by an industrial aes
sion, with Mrs. Florence Kelley of New
..rk, as chairman. The chief speaker
Miss Jane Adams of Hull house, Chi
cago, discussed "The Social Waste o'
Labor," printed slips being distributed
covering phases of the subject.
Miss Adams made a plea for uniformity
of child labor laws in the states and sug
gested this as an admirable work foz
club women to undertake.
Miss Hamilton of Oswego, N. Y., pre
sented the "Club Movement Among
Working Women," and Mrs. Elmer Jones
of Salt Lake spoke of "The Consumers'
League in Utah."
An unexpected change in the program
owing to the fact that the Jewish con
gregation claimed the synagogue for
service this morning, the two sesslons
on reciprocity and.art, arranged for that
time and place, have been deferred until
this afternoon and will come off simul
taneously with the two other sessions at
the Simpson Auditorium Club house.
IfAMST[RS'WANTS
PRESIDENT MAC HENDRICKS EX
PLAINS DEMANDS OF .MEN.
AN UNEXPECTED SITUATION
Owners of Teams Vibit Dealers and
Volunteer to Raul Coal-Trades As
sembly Will Probably Tomor
row Take Up Subject.
"There is a misunderstanding among
the people of the city with regard to our
demands," said President Mac Hendricks
of the Teamsters' union this afternoon.
"We do not ask that we shall have only
eight hours' work in all. We ask for
eight hours' work actual driving, but we
are willing to take care of our stock
after the eight hours have expired. That
sometimes takes a couple of hours to do.
"Of course there are some of the em
ployers who have regtaar stablemen to
look out for the stock in the barns, and
with them we will have no other under
standing beyond 'the demand for an
eight-hour day.
"It may readily be seen tlhat the em
ployers are actually asking us to work 12
hours when they require us to remain on
the wagons for ten, and that when we
'have put in 10 hours actual work In a
town where the eight-hour law is pretty
(Continued on Page 3.)
They Know Now.
Spokane, Monday, April 28.-You may
think that 's McCloskey'e diary, hut it
Is not; It's on the square. We arrived
In the town of Ibunch graiss and possi
bi.tles early this morning, and the
Buttes are the cynosure of all eyes.
Everybody knows McCloskey here, and
they have considerable respect for his
baseball judgment and the personnel of
the team whtch represents Butte. Spec
ulatlon is rampant as to what will be
the result of the opening game.
IS PECULIAR AND
MYSTERIOUS
NEW DISEASE UNKNOWN TO
MEDICAL SCIENCE DISCOVER
ED IN BITTER BOOT.
NO IMMEDIATE DANGER HERE
First Symptoms Much as in Other
Fevers But Later Patient Covered
With Remarkable Dis
colorations.
Look out for spotted fever, one of
the most terrible and fatal maladies
known to modern science.
It has been discovered that there are
several cases of it in the Bitter ltoot
%alley and it is not improbable that it
may spread in Butte.
One of the most prominent physicians
in the city was interviewed this morning
on the subject and while he did not an
ticipate any immediate danger of the
spread of the disease or of Its appear
ance in Butte, he expressed his concern
at the report of cases in the state.
"No disease is more terrible than that
which is known as spotted fever, but
which in reality is a type of spinal
cerebral meningitis," said the doctor.
"While I have known sporadic cases
to develop, my experience is that It is
mainly caused by infection.
Disease Described.
"It was my fortune to become familiar
with the disease some yiears ago and
while the study of it is interesting be
cause of its peculiar and mysterious
nature, I confess that there is no other
disease of which I have such a whole
some fear.
"The symptoms at first are very much
the same as in ordinary fevers, but the
body becomes covered with remarkable
discolorations.
"For weeks and weeks the patient may
suffer without any perceptible change,
and all at once the disease may have
a fatal termination.
"Even when the patient recovers there
is almost invariably some permanent
affection, very often of the brain or
spine.
"As in all cerebral affections there is
cerebral irritation and often a spasmodic
condition.
"The body becomes rlpid, meanwhile
the patient suffers the most excruclat
lng pain, accompanied almnost Invariably
with atrophy of the limbs.
Reached Alaska.
"The worst epidemic I have known was
during the late gold excitement in Alas
ka, and the hills arouno White's lake
are studded with many a grave that
marks the last of some poor sufferer
from this plague-for it more nearly ap
proaches a plague than anything this
country has ever seen.
There is no immediate cause for alarm,
but it Is so terrible that it pays to
watch it closely."
4) GENERAL SMITH'S TRIAL. G
4) ----- 4
84 (By Associated Press.) O
4 Manila, May 3.-The trial
4 by court-martial of General Jacob ,)
HO . Smith ended today. The find- 4
4 Ings of the court will be forward- 4
4 ed to Washington. The general 4
O Impression here is that he will be 4
4 acquitted. 4
4 The closing address of Colonel ,)
4 Charles A. Woodruff, for the de- 4
4 fense, was a remarkable oratorical 4
) effort that drew tears from his 4
4 hearers. 4
4 He carefully sketched General 4
4 Smith's career and declared that 4
4 he had conducted a remarkable 4
4 and successful campaign, in a 4
4 manner which reflected honor and 4
glory on him, 4
4 4)
0ýeOar®®®O$$494'4'®$
Absence Make,, Etc.
6pokane, Tuesday, April 29.-The
coveted opening gume was landed high
and dry by the stalwart young men of
the cream-colored uniforms and green
trimmings, across whose breasts is In
scribed the word "Butte." They played
baseball from start to finish. There are
a number of Butte people In Spokane
who have lost none of the loyalty which
belongs to every one who ever lived in
the best town on earth.
WAR IN MINIMNAO ISLAND
(By Associated Press.)
Manila, May 3.--eneaal );avis, In com
mand of the American forces in th<
Island of Mindanao, cables that hi*
ultimatum has not been answered, that
his messenger has not returned and that
the American outpost was ihted upon thi:
morning.
The troops advanced and shelled Morrn
fort, but did not capture it until the in
fantry reached the ditch. This fort was
Miss M acLdae's tM-rary Profits.
'Mary Marl.ane will receive 15 cents on every volume, of her Ibok that is
sold.
Stone, the publisher, gives as a. conlsrvatlvr eHlinlat, that 75,000 coplles
\ ill be sold.
If thls ehtimate Is correct Missn Macl(.I will wI recec\ie $11,"2,0.
That Is not a bad sum for a 19-year-,,Id girl to Iecelve for her first Ilte
I'ay venture, is it? There are many .uccarsful authors who ihave nlot
received that much for the first book. IMa y Johnston, it In said, got less than
that for her first book, although "To Hav, and T, Hold" bIroughlit i aeval';t
times that sum.
"The Story of Mary MacLane" isn i, literary sensation. In the IEast
newspapers are filled with extracts frorm the book and storles of its writer.
Bookstores and bookstalls are unable to iltiply the diemnd, and already the
presses of the publlsher are running n ght and day to inrt('e'a'e. tth'( suppatly.
Perhaps the book will sell above-'7 i9U0, 'iples. Stolle.t admits that he would
not be surlprised to see It sell above J00,itO, and that it woIuld not almaze him
If it mounted far above this figure. Natttally, the higher tip Ii tilt . lale col
umn the book goes the richer Miss Ma-L."l,' will Iecomne.
All expenses for the publication welre .orne by Stone. All the mIonl.y .Miss
Mac.Hlne Is out is 72 cents for postage of iln' manuslcript to thil t!l p tbliher.
MEIROPOLITAN HANDICAP WON BY
ARSENAL, A RANK OUTSIDER
NOT ONE OF THE PROXINENT
CANDIDATES SECURED A PLAOE
IN THE GREAT RACE.
TWENTY-FIVE HORSES START
The Winner Carried the Lowest.
Weight, Ninety Pounds-Field One
of the Highest Class and Horsemen
Unable to Seleot the Winner
Weather Cloudy and Threatening.
(By Associated Press.)
New York, May 3.--'he weather was
cloudy and threatened rain for the open
Ing of the r'acing season at Morris park.
The first great stake of the East is to
be run this afternoon-the Metropolitan
handicap, for 3-year-olds and upwards
over the Wither's mile. The Juvenile
stake for 2-year-olds also is to be run.
Twenty-five horses were named to start
in the Metropolitan, but it was regarded'
as unlikely that more than 15 would
start.
The field was one of the highest class
and the critics and horsemen generally
were put to their wits' end when they
tried to select the winner.
The top-weight entry was Water
REPORTED CHARGES
AGAINST B1RIDGEMAIN
(Special to Inter Mountain.)
Washington, May 3.-The charges upon
which M, L. Bridgeman, Indian agent at
Fort Belknap was suspended are that he
has been guilty of issuing traudulent'
vouchers for lumber, wood and oats, r.
ported to have been bought for the In.n
dians. .
The amount involved has not been
certained by the department.
One Presentation Day.
Mjokane, WedtIlendluy, April 30.
SPatiuilutg under the de'fet I fi y~eterdny
the gpokianes gtlrathv up the IonIt nod
nant march or t1w Huultear toidlay. Aside
trimn Meluityrias hiome run, the re was
lt le in the jilty ing of ,our bioys" to re
1(e L the on nui inlpired by tifacr . 'Iluire
thiwre rne ilay pIipl readiy toi sltl
hand~ and saiy "1 ttold y1)0 soi.'
Nil Oog and( we'll dteflldId'by 13'0 'Jit)nu.
I',rt Panda j'; dto w~an thIn nulrlro)) iinhd
andi heavily shu'ih'd.
Il 'vy firing con tin wed an thin dispatch
wits sent.
º;lrneral ainvin alno re'portn that Lieut,
H4l my S. WagKn'r' (of the Foure"'enh In
fi 11lry, han becen serlounly woundlledl', t hat
tat othil' offlhtel' we'le siightl I~wllundhll
'!Thnin IstLhe 4s iictltle of u Iri.e fuble
ni! -sage roim the' ficld.
(C',,'i, the 4-year-old son of Water c'reos,
out iof abrina, carrying the colors of
J H. Haggin. This horse, Ii hlhis mreh.
la-t year, proved himrrr'sel to ,be the. cham
pi.n 3-year-old of the season. Ile took
part in 17 raei.s and won 10 of themn.
'laurence Mackay's Iluliio was repI)ort.ed
.to ..e In flIe condition. Last year he
.brt Yankee. Hie stable lmales--- Kal.tnra
i'Dtd 1lls Eminence--also wer entered in
:th,, race.
Rue Hampton, J. (., Fiollanl~slwe's entry,
h-d a good record last yar, and was
rele-rted to havei done very well in re
cO-nt private trials.
Old IEngland and Holl'blrro were
brought from (alifornia by Green .13.
MIr't'l.- to run in the Mttl'ropolitan Ihanllldl
Cip, land by mitany (ilid England was re
gard;ed as a prolmising canldiat ' for the
O)ther entries werei: ltorunithwt, Me
MDe'ekin, Hl'lbert, Tenll ' nt dllle, FI'o
t.n,:kaway, Colonel Padden, tI ttlllll ,
Itinea, Whisky King, Pienle, or.t, Hatur
day, Smart Set, (Yhllton, Lux ('t cata and
Arsenal,
Arsenal, 15 to i, won; lHerbert, 15 to I,
psiound; ('hilton, 20 to 1, third.
!!y 2:30 there were more than 20,)000
pirsans at the track, alid thousandst
,surged arou nd the bookma kers. The
trt( k was hi'uvy, but not intuddy. Itlin
'began falling early In the afterntoon, but
it was light, and did not seriously affect
the track. Up to 3 o'clock auturday was
OthM only l1(orse wlithdrawn.
EDUCED RATES TO,
THE PACIFIC COAST
(ULy Associated Prets.)
Chicago, M!-y 3.-The Ureat Northern,
the Northern Pacific and the Hoo lines
have given notice that they will give a
round trip to North Pacific coast points
tf $45 and of $40 to Spokane and Mon
tana common points, July 11-21. The
Union Pacific has given notice hat this
rato will be mlet from Missourl river
p.o:nlts.i
Among the luarkm.
S~pokane'. 'I'huttui'a, May I.-It %%.
Iike holuingu out uareM In a pouker ga Re,
againtttit a lind titatifo Tt hePto I)aMt
av llIII today's iit I1eII I 1)1 it (' alllopn g
Mi tc'lotkty'M 111 uid! giVe the ii l bai
Thete wat tno I~m lInt ithel gamei that
t Sl", an had it hluck- in. Zeotreun u IM it
Mit it i . P11 tt li th I tltr bate ijuIItano
giuitg, tnd after t a ~ti Itriday lint' Iii
Ilitlt I n i luutI butt N Ii t Hiata itiht 3 gil tu
YERK[S HAS 11[
BEST Of IT
CHICAGO FINANCIER CREATES
AMUSEMENT ON AN ENGLISH
WITNESS STAND.
NOT TEACHING KINDERGARTEN
British Lawyers Beaten at Their Own
Game by the Representative of the
,Americans Who Seek to Con
trol London Railways.
Illy Asaoclaltdl I'rrena.)
1, ,onilon, Nlay :1.- 'Thel'i haivt' ,been Miuisi
ill t4'ro tllK dvel14l 4lenlN I Ih the lit t'le
betw\\'(ls the American mi lllio]l llllrnl f(or
the voltl',l of l.undiin'n r p';1 il tIrullnilt My -
l8lll.
(Iln! fiatu(re that talllds out Iimo1'(I tlhanl
lilly otlh rli In (Iharlel' T'' . Y rkes' tbilllty (to
bIat IingKllsh lawyers at their own gamII('e.
Iounsel tor' the Mor'gul's projected
"ltubeh" line hall Mr. YoIrk'Io' on the stied'
before the house of lords cLomnlfilltlhte for
iii houlr ior si Ine lay thl:i week. Mr.
Ye- k, i, l lt I;i.liv ', ilgl nlltously unI wer
ingK ,ir dodgilg aiutnMiimsH rllu;tingl to l Ihe
thf n'iia l pii llSi of hila 4wnt e yltili:utae.
linclly he 1 Oily re' arll'k l to ('counsel:
"I have Y' It ''II lt('enllng to yOllr (4explan
atIonI (or this ullt l ter," Iti whhih ciouin4) ll .
hurried to vor'set Itoie wltiii'ia by declalr
llg Ii'h h11;41 only Ilben nfklng gqucantlons.
But, Mr. Yor'ka iniperiurlable alnd huge
ly arul lluaig, 'co tinued:
Admits His Interest.
"And It Ho''Ins ii) 1I' tlhat y)ou hIave er
tilh irt)rinltiloll wi'illi I J i myself 4do not
iit Ihis llllllllll pill . iiip -I$'e1 .'"
With ii smlle Mr, Yeokes admltted that.
(he wasII largely interatln d I f lith lnollal
Iadii operating departltment of the new
roadl, andll without ia I'airs of afjpparent
rualllli ·, 1. atdded:
"I 1d not carelI to I4lich knllde{1 ygar.'tenl
T'he Mor.uiiigai had qiut illon'd the c03r
reeines iof o 1' lhgllcra uponi which Mr.
Yo'k.H Iaasi'd hiit retlilran orI hi. syHtern,
but .Mr. Yor'kes blandly wav(.d aside
such detalis, allying Ihill hei haid not Illa
ol.ties. Ile would, lhoie.:v'r, he delighted
to olvoe lho Hi lI a4 in auithluiintll( sulmullLt
teld to hilmr by opplloshlig ,counsel If they
would allow hill to brinlg Iiinotes r'.fe'rrhtg
toi Hu(i'bh 4I lIst'uIe lliattersll froi blan olIe.
Filhally, the ('b9i'lgoin wi.s 's1l4 lmssePd
somnewhllt dIr tlleti dlly w tl1 the' rt(''Luark:
"As yiou lidon't waVllt to l ent i baci k tio
c4'hool, w'.e won't I ak yoll ;lilly more ilui'H
tlions," and Mr. Y''rksa .4 ')l)t out asjiIliiljn
grimly.
HUGH McQUAID DEAD.
"C (S-i.''hl 1 to Inltei'r Mluntilal.) 4
S lHellena, May 3. hllugh M.(Q'lid, 4"
4 pio4neeir' 4' .of Moritaaiu, oni of the i 4
fo rounderils iof till' tHol'nia ll'(l.pend- 4
4 ent, lll obl-limre nlwspapl r man /t)
i 11nd o)inle of the I)sI. known Iiin- 4,
ing L r. olllotel'i of the Nor th\iw at, 4;
i' Jied 'luhildenly here today of 4;
4) . )Ip piij xy. )i.
aIIH hlg.ioist deal wa's the sale 4
o * o hr hII I)l I lurninon minerli 4 to III 4'
* ' :iglishl syndiiil o'l l ', iln which he was 49
, aa.a 'latedll with Henry Ilatl'tnober.i)' i
tix yu'la' lgo MI'. M('cQuald rI'
mo 4) e (4O d to ,l)iklt nll(', but Ir:turne' d "'.(
4i here a year ago. ,)
He was 60 yea rI o(f age and was ,4j
's/ born In WiVlcon.ln. 4,
. + 4- 41 +i + +, O O J <i, ! 4, / a" : i.
Abstain From Meat.
(IHy Asso('llte(d Pri'(u;'.)
Amsterdamn, N. Y., May 3.-''Tho Am
sterdallm Central .ll bor unioln, 'ompaosaed
of 25 subordinate unions with ai total
membership of 5,000, has aldop)ted a rleno
lutlon to abstain from meat hanodld by
the so-called beef trust for the next 30
days.
Not Here, Nary!
Spnkantl, Fridayr). auy :'.--·hlce'losltty'e
winn icIwl 11,dII whatl 11 2 di41 to tt111 htlnevh
$Iiic l, 111141 ii h11 w1it' " g411 ani
441.144itiIIVl ut· u ((hlsc~ \\1I 1114~ ii'Ii41 IC) 2141R ,
vi4'12iry 9l0i1 ti)lfltil'Mh'ly wuciti'uI In tho
41ni.y I uikeh 4 th1 I 1 an.1 hiiitli, theo
Iutlti rI'tieg'I >"rlldy alii lUlkui over
tlii'' 4l"2111 tul 11fin' dia3'u Ilnlil' Iiui\vlvnK the
1111 trtjlpiIl fo ATt Mni I a. M'et'Iti k.y 1h41m
ale1 ftC912'rKIahiia or 112u14'm41 311111 114111.
N 'll 'It'taI dlriuIk 411131 hlig 41141 ' dI' vlt
l 1lt In ch 41 Ii ii04IIim, Li'.
LOS ANI[LES YlI
flOREWJ[L
HOPFUL
WOULD LIKE TO SECURE THE IN.
TERNATIONAL MINING CON
GRESS MEETING.
IT IS NOW FULLY SETTLED
Reports Spread Broadcast That Butte
Had Not Contributed Sufficient
Money-Matter Is Now
All Arranged.
La. AngelK,.s conitinu'es to nllurz thle
furlofil 11hIaI' of s'Ul' IIu g Llh(l. nlillar'l' uon
KI''HnH. I'llly'lrH I f 1 ai lll)iieatltollH oar its
ilti'llmn l"Iling nothing it hlas alllrlpenllU
to former(ll floVlrnor 1,. 11, Jvinl+, of NewV
11 ta htter rv''aolvd Iby .,'lr'rE'ftly Ma olhan
ofI the t congress'' flrotl It'verioar 'l'll P this
IIInraflgK, 1 l' hitl l' Htay , In PIllrtl
"1 11'hl" that li1t, has a'lltl'tihbutd nur.
liat'ia I llaoala'y f rl' the 'lltgr1Q 4 . If lnot,
Losa Aangele'+ wan'a iltm Ul liletilg altd guiar
notII nPH Iln al iii |'Ie ail necs''lll l'y nlllally."
Mr. ,lilalnol alt once l. ntelltd ia hattlr to
thill formerllll gaovernior, Mltatinig thiat thu
'ianlgai.('i; a would be held In fluttal and thlat
all nIma.lllnurly funds hlad aa ,n Secul'ed.
"' 'la'hauful klnolckern' hluae nspread the
report Ihait BIutte hid falleht down on uilac
proposiil tion of tilt. 'iolgrel'i, Ialld |III flIow
buailly engalged' Illa 'nullnteralting tiliat
iulnpresHlolln,'' said 'Mr'. 'Maaon. "I wrl'ote
I, In iVI'aernr' Prtiiaa'a, 'who il all 'X-pl'enil
denlt of i a. aollngra'm, tlhat fulutt had sib
aa'ribad aill of til' llloli'y a'anunar'y; thiat
the Itaina'HH Mall's a noclation w.,a.s ase
thiv' il tli' nalouvelllt'l , aiid tlhat thle con
gr''aHH would llulrely be Ield ili Illtle inl
No Doubts Now.
"l'riaent Hhaffnoa r is aiding filla in the
woik, Ilaid I don't believe there arlt'e nallny
who now Lhav.e anlry djoulam all to where
anai wiaa the calaongre.sH will Iaa held,"
Inf Mr. Mllhon's mail this mrorning was
IL letter fromln l'Prlient huillilltlr. Tho
Plre'idnt'lt Mays that there ia it Imovemlnent
in Illinals, Mlchllgan allnd O)hioi faar I,. cial
Iralins to conveay tha' doloigatanH tailn tho.e
ltatles to llutte for the .ongl'gr..'. Detroit
will b,' tLh rallylnKg poinat for, Mhlhigan,
Cle'velatld for Ohio arn (Chiafago for i'fll
0lotai. In ChIIi'igo till' thr.'ei dollgatlon
will Im Lt anld istAlrt liIn Lhir Hip('eial trains
for flu ttri from that city.
It in also Ib'lleved that Denveor will be
the rallyinlg Poillnt fir' (oirad'io, .New
'Mexleo landli Ari zonal, allI1 it Is apossble(
uIit tIlal l,'gationn frolm this state aind
those (trritol'Ien wll come by Spel'lal
Iruin; Ill fai'L, Indle.itiolla poinlt to many
Hlspciala tLains conva'eying the delegates to
heil' i.ol vPia l otl n.
O(e oit Iie iJllt'l'ntlg lettL'ers was frloin
J. If. Itic'hards of lJt i ,h o. MaaI'. Iti'har'ds is
ia for(.''r Juidge. of tile dtistli.t courlt )of
liiim' Ian(]d foil'nii' mrriyor' of the town. lIe
Hpeakui of ilha' laoal Ill lai tLown, Aill( Hays
that "the aiaminrs' conllgrl'sn gavel U theo
ialp 'tu l i .,'
"\Vhat thie 'congress did for noitIs It 'wil
do for Ilutle," wai s Iten rellnal'k a of lfSecre
t.ary Mlhaion.
CUTS HIS JUGULAR
AFTER FAILING TO
DIE ON THE TRACK
(Hy Anoacillt( d Press.)
('hin'aga, May 3.--Thomas 3legor', a
rea'l iatate ldealer, omnlmritted sunlihde to
day int a ennsational manner.
)ie wias one of a crowd at the Wright
w aoad avenu t station of the Northwest
('erI ealevated road. When the train ap
plroac'hied, he Jumlped froln the platform
I and fell ac(ross the ralls. By a tldesperl'ate
effort, the miotorman nucceeded ill stop
ping the train.
(Iregor wasil hola-ted back to tlhe plat
form, but .no .Usooner'. were his ainlln ae
leitlaed than hae stabbed himself several
tilnas in the neck.

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