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THE BUTTE INTER MOUNTAIN
VOL XXII NO. 141 WIATMR PORKCATr. BUTT.' , MONTANA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 3, 19go. PAIR WEATHER PRICE FIVE CENTS
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT'S CARRIAGE. STRUCK
BY ELECTRIC CAR AND HIS LIFE IMPERILED
Secret Service Man Detailed
to Guard Over Him Is
Instantly Killed,
DRIVER IS WOUNDED AND
SUCCUMBS SHORTLY AFTER
Secretary Cortelyou Is Badly Hurt but Is
Able to Proceed With the President,
Who is Deeply Shocked by the Dqeth
of His Friends-Governor Crane Is
Member of Party, Which Was Out
Upon Pleasure Drive Across Country.
[ay ASSOCIATED PRESS.]
L.enox, Mass., Sept. 3.-A terrible acci
dent overtook President Roosevelt's coach
a short distance from Pittsfield at about
zo o'clock this morning. After a short
visit to the home of ex-Senator Dawes the
president started on a long drive to Lenox.
He had not gone far when an electric car
ran into ,I.s vehicle, throwing everyone to
the ground and badly damaging the coach.
The president received a cut on the head.
Secretary George R. Cortelyou was bruised
and his head cut. Governor Crane was
bruised. William Craig, a secret service
agent, was instantly killed. D. J. Pratt,
driver of the coach, sustained a fatal frac
ture of the skull.
!the president was able to resume his
journey to Lenox, but sent word ahead
there should be no cheering.
The accident happened at a point about
a mile and a half from this city, near the
Pittsfield country clubi.ouse. The presi
dent was enjoying a coac...ng trip from
Dalton, Governor Crane's home, where he
had spent the nighat, to Lenox, a distance
of o2 miles, over Berkshire hills. The car
struck the coach in the rear and smashed
the back of the vehicle in, tipping it over
and throwing its occupants to the ground.
ihe car was not badly damaged.
Motorman Madden and Lonductor Kelly
were arrested and brought to P'ittsfield.
When approaching the Pittsfield Country
club and while at the railroad crossing, the
electric car was noticed coming at terrific
speed. Mr. Craig signalled the motorman
to stop, but he apparently paid no attention
to the warning. T,.e president, Governor
Crane and Secretary Cortelyou were piled
up in a heap when the car and vehicle col
lided.
Expected to Find Him Dead.
An awe-stricken crowd witnessed the
accident and rushed to the president's car
riage, with no expectation that he would
be found alive. The president was cut on
the right side, chin, and his face is badly
swollen.
The president and Secretary Cortelyou,
with other members of the party, went to
the Country club, where their wounds were
dressed. In a short time they proceeded
to the Curtis hotel, in Lenox, arriving
there at :i o'clock. The president re
tained his usual composure, although he
was solicitous for the rest ot tuose in the
carriage.
Extreme excitement prevailed here when
the news came and rumors flew about that
the president had been killed. After re
maining at the scene of the accident for
an hour or more, the president determined
to continue his journey to Stockbridge.
A.ter a brief stop at Lenox he was driven
to the train.
His rrbgram for today included a jour
ney through Connecticut. The accident,
(Continued on Page Four.)
M'CLERtNN SETS
DAT[S FOR CASES
LIST OF LITIGATIONS TO BE TRIED
IN DISTRICT COURT AND WHEN
THEY WILL BE HEARD.
Judge McClernan's court set the follow
ing cases for trial, the first to be taken up
SSeptember 1o.
For September 1o, J. E. Oppenheimer
vs. P. IH. Regan, sheriff of Silver Bow
county; Butte Hotel company vs. M. L.
Todd; G. H. Morrison vs. G. H. Mac.
Dougall; for September is, Mrs. H. Mc
Dole vs. the city of Butte; John Zach.
man vs. Joseph Metule and Mrs. Metule;
Mary Helms vs. Dora Doe nee Dora
Krenke; Mrs. George Cole vs. William
Bray; for September 1a, Joseph A. Mag
nus vs. M. A. Riley; Mrs. Emma Perry
vs. George A. McDonald; C. C. Perry
vs. George McDonald; W. Riggs vs. W.
E. Dodd; for September 16, Joseph Arch.
ambault vs. C. S. Smith; P. J. Brophy
and D. J. Hennessy; Katie Myers
vs. Kennedy Furniture company; Floyd
E. Carr vs. William Sweeney:
and D. J. Hennessy vs. William Sweeney;
for September 17, Henry Rear vs. Donald
Gillis; State Savings Bank vs. Cassie
Shaver; for September 18, Minnie Koehler
vs. J. H. Milyus; W. O. Climo vs. Steve
Girumetti; Pat Maloney vs. J. J. Knowl
ton; HI. J. Loebinger vs. Herman Rosen
zweig; for September g1, Barney Bohan
vs. C. S. Smith; Elizabeth Long vs. George
E. Oeschli; Frank White vs. Rocky Moun.
tail Bell Telephone company.
Of the Highest Importance.
LaY ASSOCIATED PRESS.]
Tangiers, Morocco, Sept. 3.-The revo
lutionary movement in favor of Moham
med, brother of the sultan of Morocco,
Moula Abdcl-Aziz, is spreading among the
Berber tribes. Berbers recently attacked
the town of Mekines, but the governor
managed to pacify the tribesmen.
We'll Use Oleo.
Chicago, Sept. 3,--Representatives of 40j
butter renovating creameries have met
here and organized the national associ
ation of process butter manufacturers.,
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT IN MAS8ACHU8ETT. .
II
tar· i A # , ',;I a·r~
}~'off "° ý·:~q
The Trlumphal Tnur of the Exeoutive Whoae Speechmaking Drew Out Immense Crowds Was Suddenly Interrupted
Today by an Accident When a Motor Car Crashed Into the President's Carriage.
HAgERTY ELECTED
BY BUTTE MINERS
DEFEATS ED HUGHES FOR THE
PRESIDENCY-BETWEEN 1,000
AND 1,300 VOTES CAST.
At noon today the semi-annual election
of officers of the Butte Miners' Union
closed and the following offlicers were de
clared elected:
William Hagerty, president.
William McGrath, vice president.
Dan Donovan, recording secretary.
John Shea, financial secretary.
John L. Sullivan, assistant financial sec
retary.
Nick Drummy, treasurer.
Thomas Keegan, warden.
Peter McGreehan, conductor.
The election of Hagerty as president
was the surprise of the day, as it was
generally expected Ed Hughes would be
re-elected. There were between i,zoo and
1,3oo votes cast.
HOW MANY ASKED FOR WORK.
Report of Employment Agent to Be Sub
mitted to Council Tonight.
Employment Agent F. W. Cronin has
made his monthly report, which is to be
submitted at tonight's meeting of the city
council. The report shows that there have
been 417 applications for help during the
month-254 of whtch were female and z63
male. There were 5a7 applications for
work, 265 of which were female and 262
male.
Out of these applications a large num
ber were found employment. Taken on
the whole, the free employment oflice
has had a prosperous month.
Wants to Waste Another Fortune.
EDY AssoCIATED PRESS.]
Belfast, Sept. 3.-Mr. Carmichael, pri
vate secretary to Sir Thomas Lipton, is
authority for the statement that Sir
Thomas will issue a challenge for the
America's cup. %
The challenge will be made under the
Royal Ulster Yacht club.
GORGE B. GORTELYOU,
Who Was Injured In the Aooldent to President Roosevelt's Party in Pittsfield,
Mass., Thlq Forenoon.
WRANGLE OVER MINING LAWS
Congress Has Lively Session Over Introduction
of Bill Now Before National Body--Plan
to Split Up the I. M. C.
Notwithstanding the fact that the at
rnosphere in the Irondway theater was as
cold today as that of an ice-packed corpse,
the sessions of the International Miiniig
congress, which are being held in the build
ing, were warm enough to suit almost
any one save a Tenth ward democratic
politician in convention assembnled. In
addition to the chilly air, the place was as
dark as an inside room in a third-class
lodging house, there not being even one
little electric light to impress upon the
delegates the fact that all in this world is
not bleak, cold and dark.
Whenll . R. lhuckley, chairman of the
committee on resolutions, made his re
port on the disposition of the resolution
of C. L. Dignowity of Texas, asking the
mining congress to indorse the mining bill
of Senator Kearns of Utah, which was in
troduced in the congress of the United
States on the 12th of last March alll
is now pending before the congressional
body, there was a hot time, and it con
tinued to grow warmer with the advance
of the day.
The committee on resolutions decided
to make some amendments to the resolu
ti*:s, but in the mnin it was adopted and
placed before the congress for approval or
disapproval.
Then came the storm, the rumblling ele
ment breaking out in 16 distinct spots
simultaneously and throwing in all direc
tions mii:ten dobs of opposition to its in
dorsement. .
The Bone of Contention.
The bill pIrovides for a change in the
mining laws in such a way that the locator
of a mining claim, instead of takiu'g up
a patch of ground 6ooxt,5oo felt, canm
locate i,Soo feet square. and cannot take
up more than one claim on one ledge.
In addition to this he must have his claim)
surveyed and recorded within go ,lays
after the time of location.
The question of extra-lateral rights is
involved, as the proposed law gives the
1 ecatur the right to the groutnd withinf
the ci:d asn side lines of Iis claiti, but
L,|,es not permit hits to follow the vein
in its dlip outside of the side lines, pro
' ided it dips from those lines bclore it
el:aches the center of lt'he earth.
'r. I)ignowiy askd tIhat the resoltu
t'in be made at speeial order and dim
S.ed at oncte, and the erimgrese sidted
. t; him.
,. ta;in Jack Crawfordl of New Mexico
is opposed to this, as was Mr. Plum.
wr I of Minnesota. lBoth wanted the regn
I... blsiness of the day displosed of hi
fre the discussions were colllilien'.'c
I i, i there were three or four ained
ii' its to the imotions and isoe' new tollo
$ i, maiiide in regard to the mtatter. They
, .'e' lired at the presiding 'flli.er so
f,.-t that the latter had some difliculty in
d tlrmining whether he was on foit or
hi.rsebaek. A few of those who tur.,al
tlhiiir rapid-fire gulls loose suddenly li.t
t.a;ck of the contents of the resolution
;a :llted by the committee and asked for
'lligi Iht ennlent.
He Know His Business.
Congressian lll eln \V. Martin of South
',ikota explained it to thmt in a mianner
t at left no doubt as to his familiarity
with the Kearns bill. lie tohl the deIe
:,tes he was a lllember of the coinmittei.
inl congress to which the bill h:l been
referred. The bill had as its object, he
t.-,d, three or four changes in the mining
laws of the United States, but the s'ectilon
r lating tit the law of apex was pnri
i,,ly the most imnpoit.int feature of it
'Th'h law of aprex." said he, "h;as h,it
t:uiltful of great litigation inl various re.
ti s of the miiing districts of the West,
nlId one object of the bill is toi overcome
tdis part of mi:icne litigation by counfin
((Contintd on Page Three,)
LET US REST EASY
FOR ALL IS WELL
HIS MAJESTY SAYS THAT NEW AM
BASSADOR WILL BE ABLE TO
HOLD DOWN HIS PLACE.
[Y ASbSlO'Al .O I'Ir tSS.
New York, Sept. 3.--llenry Whlite, ser
irtary of the American emba:ssy ill l.,il
lotn, who has just arrived here, laughied.
:a the report receitly started that King
1lward will send a personal representa:tive
t, this country with the title of a:nhassi
dcr, but to act only inl social tounittrs.
'That is the greatest nonsense I ever
It ard," lhe said. "It strikes me that Sir
f!ichael Herbert will be able to repre.seut
Great Britain in a social sense as well as
any one. He is eminently fitted for the
position from every point of view. lie
will arrive in about a month. Amlibassa
dor Choate is in the best possible health.
He will not return this fall or wintter,
having been here last spring.
"The king's health is splendid."
Secretary White will return to Lonldon
in October.
HAUPTS CALLED INTO COURT
Must Apear Before McClernan Tomorrow
and Explain Alleged Abduction.
The contempt caea against H, L. and
Ellen Haupt will come up before Judge
McClernan in the morning.
This i. the case in which the Haupts
are cited to show cause why they should
not be held for contempt and conspiracy
in making away with Camille C. Kelly,
the boy sued for by Mrs, Mac Kelly, who
asks that the child be given Into her cus
tody.
NORTHERN PACIFIC
SHOPMEH STRIKE
SEVENTY-FIVE MACHINISTS GO OUT
IN LIVINGSTON - TROUBLE
OVER A DISCHARGE.
POPULAR MEMBER OF THE
UNION WAS DISCHARGED
Men Demand His Reinstatement and
Upon the Refusal of Officials, Lay
Down Their Tools and Walk Out
Machinists From Mandan and Misa
soula May Be Ordered Out.
I .srirtA. I I N aIIIt t alt I. IN,]
t .ivintstl.ll . I et. e lld, l ., .I vt L nt) It i itn
employi d iln ti i th N the.l Il"a l llt. m hn
Ishop w; ttlkd i l o t at to 'vil i'liick th IIs h,
gisnit I"rik hIllsrl| (I|.lli, ll li Y ; t Iri ll 'chck
tinl. The uIt, n I tl l w.hit , I, y ar'c irtan
e.tr tnel ia Iii cik i the shi the r iiick tIrot
hil utla.t N. 1.. Ito AI wl I. :ald i, situ it i+
fectl toaly, ;a I In'ir l strike, fi rralcl hill..
in it.s results ith he canled.
The Rtible mrost. Hitr the dish,n.., of
J I. L y. I lya t l, ia ..ahilist ihi s;itvve ti
chalyirman of ti" ih' shop i ilmnill, y of hti
Iiont union. Ilyat wt s to out yelit miy
tfterno, I1 b iy ittn tin \rtll l iiiV y. The,
1u11t this mor' unllng deIa: nlet his reilnius tl -
iyet. It is thcials ui tut .d to mikrly.
man WVhea;tlhy that unlt.1v, Ilyall was
given back his d IPhlate by oa o'civlock,
they woulh walk out. No answer was
HnuIe t ho rtis ti'mnl tl t litH ant ll promptil r. ly
as the hig cluck ii n the shl struck the
hour, ;7t n laid dwtn Ih.ir tooh.,. toI k
their hats and cnas and iled sulemdly
Both Sides of the Story.
llyatt it s. id to ht avt r n. . war;.ned aT v
oral times Icy F'remta;n \\ halc,.y, who Ih.
date l. aht the Ilmani wal . a conlirnlw,
II ho.uat his own y ,,nte. \Vhatlley decl,=ares
thia flyltt wount adol'w. to obey unfers
;nil .lh',n thheatened, w.u.l fLll hack upon
hi p..sition as chair aun of the shll cont
inilte., which he relied .p.n to hlhl his
job., The unionists dccltre, on the 'ou
which aroused the ire of \Vhcatlhey and
ca 'iscd Ilyall to he lht n.1l.
I!I to a Iahe hour do fllrlh.'r c nnl nli
cation from tiht lnion has b.'tell rn't-ivedl.
"Ihe ollicials of th,. road her,. are h,,tly
expecting to hear that Iili froll MN1:lll1:ll
but no sin h word h11s reach..,t Livingston
yet. It is IIhught that the strikers will
make known their illtentiohXs early ttulnl
roy. 'They art. hohling a meetig heyIhin !
closed doors thibis all.erlno in their hall
in I.ivillAton.
MERELY CAUTIONS
TRESTLE CUTTERS
COUNTY ATTORNEY FINDS BOYS
WHO WERE DEMOLISHING IT DID
NOT REALIZE CRIME.
P'at Ilarriilgto.l antil J ,ohnl Plw ,ri, thIl
two .o c,'; oll urchlin, whla were :arra'',,al
yasl'ril:ay for 'ullin l 'u lt f ,the sallipo t of
a Iraisl a nt i lIhe, Ml iilttana: Iaion, wer. toh
day tnil l ii low . by 'f uiia ty AttLornll y llit ai
on th ir ivni reo,aniancii ,
it ;lapI 'i f'roma thi t.lory thl by tlhe
alla ra, ,s lof the bIys thatil thliir act wail
c uniai:tlad in iarntly en niil-h. 'iThe Irr-sti. c
has aut if ( I II i ahi foi r t ,aiii noi .
N ,eighlars haut I ,iia in thle lhalbit of cut
ling Ii~( c. ill t.lihe supfitIi ts i f Ithe anitsdl
bridge ifr firew.., , a;il y:talrdal y thea
bloys, in c iafilaal y with two otIhersa, wlnt
oilt with all ax, ;a Law anal a baar ato 4la
it.lle oif "that Gla:' wiaa , dI tit of the brla llal,,"
as one of the h oli , I ,( p a ol e of it todailly.
A, ncithr of fti: hys hIan ever born
in trouble bl flui, lth cm ity ittrniy, :after
li;ikilg ;il iii, ,li ,,iin, cIncludeiii thali;tl it
was lt :I wr i li a matta r ;a :it lirnt
stpto"i. l ,, l n dI t tharil oil willih a repri
l IlS W4Y T lS
lPRSIDENT ItS l that they hKANSAS CITY
yiii aaiaiaiuaaciaig th a t I resiadrit l (usecvlt
will .,.l sul . h 1ar h ,mr it . K .ilalas City,
I 'lit liresf i l a lt will tat llaaake a sltce or
hbe drivht over h r a city e il.t-s', wing. The; '
prnaientr will h start from Kansas City oII t
a hh :, ( ,li on.
his WILLestern tour.BE ON
HIS WAY 10 US
PRESIDENT IS DUE IN KANSAS CITY
SEPTEMBER 29 TO BEGIN
WESTERN TRIP,
fIt,' As.; m 10 0 rIAII: s 1 % .)
BloKansasCity, Orange Ri-r CMayor ReSept. has
r.-ccivont a rlsto is prog ressingtry urtel
n the Oranuncig that reolony tsident oosvlt
will spEnglish fournd hourstch in Kansas City,
Septt:iibcr 29.
The president will not mnake a speech or
hold a public reception here, but he will
be driven over the city sight.eeeing. The
prysident will start from Kansas City on
his Wentern tour.
Maybe I
lobli fontein, Orange River Colony, Sept.
3.-Reconstruction is progressing quicker
in the Orange River colony than in the
Transvaal. The difficulty of amalgamating
the English and Dutch Inhabitants has
almost been overcome and everybody is
apparently determined to settle down and
obliterate as far as possible recent bitter
ness.
WILL RAISE CAIN
ANO PROP IT UP
WHEN THE PENCIL PUSHERS GEL
TO .'iG1 DOWN IN HAMILTON,
SWILL BE ALL OFF.
BIT ROOT FOLKS ARE
o iDGED TO HELP ALONG
Eve ly Who Wants a Good Time Is
d to Pile on That Special and
lown to the Ravalli County Seat
aSu Participate in the Doings-Rate
Is Cheap and Trip Well Worth Money
lFar ill to Havalli hl' ,oiill putish r. lhir,
A,\t thi htli ,liitlthi uIi the forevtl they
1ly.
ll;aki t, thli" va;lh' . thre the litter Iaut
i\\ ib ihtm'1 it's a t.l*' i f "lick toI tihe
IFine. ti.nis are I sr,.is c~,, to th. nIi,,ws
pa itr tin aIII thil ir l i ri.tl Ii alhII gK o to
II.ItIsl.tn,. vII ai li c u,l lt , S .%,rlhl rd y o11 the
hIIil t hltissitn thaut III ,to li i II t tII E
hllhatt ,l1 I is. ,n.
*1. ,C -n ia It;,llhli n will hbe v:ily d'c
,r iid in. m1 (, llll tliI tils i a t li .l .er i ti r
lit E.titti will hi a lit tumu iii the
hl wlld II Itown. no ll y KHl4lII y .ight, blt
itiuuldiy. MNtihay tidl 'in'dsiay as well.
The" anlien'tli mannicip'ility will heo turned,
upih' d le wi ,l l inl lide not ull | ul ;t1. c;ill will
he" saivl.., uI .i 'hmlnk IpuI anni.' ilt \ Ihat
th," r,'.'isl'allt. ofI l :nm~l it w ill n,,t ,h'.i.,
hy w aly of enh'rlaiih nentll folr the. i:11,.t1
till in, Ib. w ,lith L'iijyili .
"It is just this niy," suit a ri-ilt.tt if
lhistf ll 11,, i I II iltt. n htht l hii.i a hter
ne. w . U'"rh, 1 eol' h -f th,' hitt. r RooI v.l.
l(ey w IIII ho hle(ve fihe' rl';esistt' ll o, I the Jre t
iutiw io situ itr way i t wut. tla ti vi at
titIII Iif IIt. itsI 'l *.'1. I' H''II t V '
( Imth s thii* i It s iiiit iiii ii ji:t).
Cith i ~ 1 t111. it ;\ i1i . II nt is l i l l I hii . t Ia
will I. ll ts w ,l iiel t1e I.g-I uiill IHu tihe
It1.,1 riithi Ih i .llh 1 hie .aih. d hy i I huh .ei
t-mtts ai h ut tilh'y intt d hii Ihii reol
1111111 oif lh.' pl,'Y.,.
Lverybody Pile. On.
"t iile the niwtiitu~slap.. oi iti u as enoy.
ini il l i l ii i hi ', ju ,h nii Iy iii ,ilhit ,n
wittlli 'ot I ioi tlartlt li e $e -t ofi the
ii Itat tuittue t a ipll Ii wti hi tputiiti bt. aInt
hiv, ,,xansio, train ft,,In Iltle, I, th' bi~t
thr I-It . IhIt i t ill..aly, I ui.l il u(t rin
wi ill l I. Ih i t nitwipIti .r ri t ni'f t.
rill. I htl will tutiv-i a tiair tlllumbr IIt
thi r t'i , a 'i1 tIth a ity tf h itt u ail
ithtI 0h i .th ais t at i wintr I oi t't r'lit
the ia. i. NoIhi , lia i littig , i i v -r
hejity olit, it at hfest ii thy , wii y I " 0lv it x
cursion,. '1 h,' fl r,, will Ie $5.... fr the
rlolln l triI, ;lmll threeo dalys, I'ntfrl illilell',t
hi Ihamilt,,n will he' wallsth aking. b.b Hit
I,'r Roo)loth onfll ;llid :11 hs y, I'olllic ;la|d ol
joy y',o .,'lwe',.
agreeable h. h b ):..nlvil;nioln tlher, us a
pers"t allaniy ne(wspaper 1111s1 of Jledh' mlll
near;lly nil] of the' newspaq.r men'i iof the
stat. who will .',,ne ill a sw..r t- t1h. c'lI
of" lhe' alle thin . Tliile aifter montlh. ,,f
hair, worlk swll|in ing ;I h,';vy h:aI I-'ncil
Ifh' .(rihb.. will V.- ar., hII in the. .hail..
of1 the" womb~ a111 r,.hl, adl, r'est uslll re'l.
Wihh the.m it is a. can., .f hUrk to the
woodsl. to. n,,t ;1 II t ;alli with th,. htu,.,hrdl
who will -,o on the: hig4 .p.l-''t e.xurtlsion
Islinl it w;ill he ;i (cal. of..ightse',ingl., 'n
jloymentll :ull fi'.livity, mull b l. us .olly the_
BUTTE PEST HOUSE
WITHOUT PATIENTS
ASYLUM FOR INFECTED CLOSED
F uR WANT OF SUBJECTS-WE
ARE HEALTHY JUST NOW.
JFor thel. tir thlil ill years thel pe>,tIhouse
of Silver oliw ciinity is m(.pty. I)r. A. i'.
. ai'y, who has beel in~ charge of that in
liiutliin, ;llnIOuie1 I iliitoday to the county
tol irmionl1 tlhat li was shoirt of
pair iltl.. Siillli,'x, varii lid, Scaiiiet fever
:id fldilphllIi, have all lit.-Ii itr!d. The
lojilg, I I , the pI, lthlli will iIt11 a1 savy
ill, 1I I ,I il II $ $ ii:1 m l $1,1 11 to the
tlrulCed , hi Illiee a .cI ilrge lto the state,
ill p tic :l ii ly toi :ilv:r lh w county, long
S nl llh," .id ( . u. lty ( 'il nlnissio el r fll ag..
girly tdlily, N t thit it was at all seri
ill or wlt, preiai, ibut the very iaiie of
IllIialipox ih;, bien tloe iniia. s of keeping
peopl e i, way fl ri l the district alleged to be
infeced.'
lDuring ti, paist Six months Ihe niinlier
of palictl, have beeni graldually decreasing.
lii May Ih.re were .-1, in June 15, in July
X, until finally, la i wee k, but one was left.
lIe has jit libeen dis'hairgeid as curedil aind
the eimpilioy is of the convalescenti depart
niiliit of Silver How county were today
Iii.stered out of the service.
NOBOPY NEED SUFFER IN
ENGLAND FROM THIS ON
, Majesty's Hospital Fund Has Re
ceived a Munificent Additicn and Sick
Folks Are All Right Now.
I.oiloin. Sept. 3.-King Edward's hol
pital fund has received another mlunificent
gift from Lord Strathcona and Mount
Royal, Canadian high commissioner in
London, and Lord Mount Stephen of the
Bank of Montreal, who have been asso
ciated with many charitable institutions,
including a fine hospital at Montreal, upon
the occasion of the first jubilee of the late
Quecen Victoria.
They have now provided jointly a sum
sullicicnt to uroduce $80,ooo a year for the
hospital.

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