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IN COURT AGAIN CHIEF JUSTICE BRANTLY GIVES HIS REASONS FOR DENYING REHEAR ING OF THE INJUNCTION. SNOHOMISH AND TRAMWAY IS BEFORE JUDGE KNOWLES Canadian Smuggler Fined for Bringing Butter to a Blind Friend on This Side and Then Selling It Upon Finding That He Cannot Find His Friend Busy Day in Courts of Capital City. [.PECIAL TO INTER MOlNIAIN.J Helena, Nov. Il.--I here were many things doing in the courts he e yesterday. In the supreome court the Mlinnic Ileal) Case catiep tip a hgain lroub.. the h.ardin downi of an opinion by i hielt justice Brantly giving reasons for denying the mnotion for a rehearing of thi injunction case. The question arising w;ias tie Ir er"of the coturt to hear anld itlernmite appcais during the progress of ta .rlilar caIse, which had not lhen se ttled atd the court sets forth that the order did not ri verse or modify upon the applt;icati with refer ence to the judgment rentdereld oi its merits In the district court. Associate Justitce Milburn gave his rea sons for dissenting on the order an1, which were that he dtiesired to htar turt ther argulent. On a Heinze Case. In the L'nited Statles court Judgile Knowles ruled on the applic.itini of '. Aug. Ireinze to compelt John iI. Ilarris, re ceiver of the Stiolinll;h aitlI I raIiluway mines in Ilutte, to place the ftnmls 1w Irn his hands in the Ibanks which gill pay iii terest in1 them. The court ruled tha.t the etTorms of IHeinze in thtis respect cleat y proved that banks of the state woulld tit pay interest and deniedt the motion. The receiver has $J5.0o oo i alllnt lwhlich 1-einze contended should be drawcing in terest. Richard Vladntis was tinetd $oo hby Jutdge Knowles for smuggling goods into the I'nited Stattis front Canada. Vadnats is a Cainadian and has been bringing but ter into the BIlackfoot reservation. IIs defense was that he brought the li utir to a blhind friend of his, butt inot finding 1int offered it for sale. A Water Right Suit. An important water right suit is to IL' heard by Judge Kniowles soon which will define the rights of the ranchers on hlint creek near I'hilipsbturg atind which the Montana Water Power, Electric & Mim ing company is the plaintill aund Mary Schutl is the defendant. The water coimipan; y htas a reservoir mnade by ba;cking tip the w; ters of the creek, and the ranichlers . (itll ttITS de prives them of sufficient water for irriga tiotn purploses. GREAT NORTHERN ENGINE WIPER'S PAINFUL DEATH Mangled by Locomotive, Which Crushes Him Against Roundhouse-Leaves a Wife in Great Falls. i A'll Al. JI INIIll MII Ii' INii . Great Falls, Nov. i i. I., 1. .'rki.s, who was tuipilyet)td for tiI wee('ks ;Is cll gine-wiper at the Great Northerln hop here, was killed about 2 :30 o'cl)nk this morning by living caught hlv weeti :an en gilne call aniid the door of the rillllldhtiiuse. Perkins was assisting Iloitler CGiiurlts Rivcen in gttting out passhenger evngiie No. yo8 for the east louililidl passenger. After leaving the turntable, 'Perkins stepp.pd to the tender, apparently not seeing tile near ness of the roulillhouse door in the dark ness. Thlie space was too snmall to peruiit of the passage of his body and he was crushed and mangled horribly The hositler swas oni tlh other side of the cab and knlew Iothilng of the acci ltIII until he heard the injured Illanl's cries Perkins was taken to tiht hospital but died just before reaching there. The dead n;man leaves a wife in this city and is a brother-in-law of C. M. \Willian , superintendent of the HIelcna .ilght & Power conlpally. BUTLER WILL HAVE TO SAY What He Had to Do With Those St. Louis Bribery Cases. Columbia, Mo., Nov. i .-The proposed trial of Col. Ed. Butler, the millionaire politician of St. louis, indicted on a charge of attempted bribery in connection with the adoption of a city garbage con tract, was taken up again today before Judge Hockaday. A venire of 40 tmen, 32 of whom are farmers, have been summthoned from which to select the jury. Lord Mayor's Pageant. I.ondon, Nov. I.--The lord mayor's show blocked the streets for hours aunl caused tile renewal in the business quar ter of protests against the annual recur rence of this pageant which has ceased to be either picturesque or impressive. The protests are louder this year than usual. SEATTLE Our Seattle office has to offer as an inducement to the investing public, an entering wedge as it were, some splendid lots adjoining Washington Park This property is good, bound to give returns, and sells from $250.00 to $350.00 a lot. Inside lots 40x100; corner lots 50x100. Terms s One third in six months and one third in twelve months. Interest on deferred payments seven percent. Title guaranteed. THE THOMIPSON CO. 224 PIKE STREET, SEATTLE 15 WEST BROADWAY, BUTTE POLICE CHIEF AS A RUNAWAY HERO REYNOLDS GETS OUT AND STOPS A TEAM WHICH HAD GOT AWAY FROM THE MAN ON BOX. EXCITING INCIDENT IN FRONT OF THE BROADWAY Record Time for Sprinting Two Blocks Broken by the Sturdy Head of the Local Police Force, Whose Experi ence on the Plains Stands Him in Good Stead in Dragging Down Team. Chief of Police James Reynolds, who is the champion skater of the world for the distance of 25 miles, is no mean sprinter for a short distance. This fact was dem onstrated last night when the wiry chief hotfooted two blocks after a runaway team and stopped it. It all happened right after the breaking tip of the show at Sutton's Itroadway "The ltonnie Brier Hush." Chief Rey nolls was walking in the direction of Main street in company with Sergeant l)awson. Suddenly from behind came cries of "Stop theml, stop them; they're rullllling away." Itoth men turned their heads just in time to see two large horses hitchedl to a hack cooting down the street at breakneck speed. I'eople were scattering in all direc tions and several narrowly esccaped being injured. Acting on the Inlpulse of the moment both the chief and sergeant da"shed out ill the street as the tack came up opposite to where tlhey stood on the sidewalk and tried to check the tmaltlend horses. As Brave as a Lion. It was an imposing sight. In the flicker ing glare of the are light the horstes lashed on while the big hack swayed from one silde to the other and womenl screatmetd iln fright. iand the ImeIn odged like, rabblits to their holes. Whatever faults can he charged up against Jim Reynoils no cat can gainsay his bravery. lie is not scaredl of the devil himself, and a little thing like stopping a rutnastai) teamt; of Ihorses on a crowded street was like pastime to him. BIefore hie coutdl start tihe horses andt hack had a full 5t feet handicatp, but tth- I. ing daunted the siturdy chief ran after them. lie easily outlihstanced Sergeant I)awson and was presently abreast with the hack. The lines were dragging and in an attelmpt to gather thetm up Reynolds was almost thrown tinder the hack; but lhe madle another attempt, anid this time was succesful. 'The rest was easy for him,. for his exlperience as a cowboy taught him thow to brace himself and stop) a heavy moving Ibldy. Dragged by the Team. 'The Iotntienttmi of the runaway teatmi was so great that Reynolds was dragged, still standlig, a distatnce of 5i feet, when the horse.s were finally checked. This was it fritnt of Magtire's (;randl, aud.was wit nessedl Iby a: large crowd. "I thottught there was st eomtti' itnside the hack, and that's the reasont I was so anxiouts to stop it," sas the way the ellief put it. Ih' is quite modlest, hut is hIing contgrat ulated oni all hanids for the plucky nay ill which hlie stopled the rtuni,away teat. FOR HER EFFORTS TOWARD ALLIANCE FRENCH PRESENT MRS. CARTER H. HARRISON WITH HANDSOME MEDAL OF ESTEEM. lils ASSO(IATEI) I'IISS. Chicago, Nov. 1u.-Mrs. Carter II. lHar rison, wife of the mayor, has become the recipient of a decoration at the hands of Henri Merou, the French consul, for her work in advancing the interests of the Alliance-Francaise. On behalf of the lat ter, M. Merou presented her with a hand some gold medal, suspended from a clasp in the form of a rosette. The medal is the insignia of the officer of public instruction and is a French order highly prized amng educators. TWENTY PRISONERS GO FREE Break Jail in Tucson, Arizona, and Make for the Mountains. luay AssoCIAT'u rPaess.] Tucson, Ariz., Nov. II.-Twenty pris oners confined in jail at Canaea have overpowered the jailers and escaped in broad daylight. The men were charged with different offenses ranging from petit larceny to murder. This is the second jail delivery in a month, and a new prison is being cut out of the side of the mountain, where escape will be well nigh an impossibility. LINEAL BLOOD OF . THE GREAT ADAMS DESCENDANT OF JOHN QUINCY s1 IN POLICE COURT UNDER CHARGE OF BEING A DRUNK. AND IS HIGHLY ANGERED AT HIS INCARCERATION Does Not Think a Blue-Stocking Shoutl .Be Subjected to the Same Treatment as an Ordinary Vagrant, and So Judge Boyle Fines Him in an Extraordinary Manner, Affixing Ten as the Figure. John Quincy Adams, the second presi dent of the United States, would have turned over in his grave had he known that a man claiming to be his lineal descendant was this morning fined $to in police court for a common drunk. If the descendants of President Adams ever had any claims to personal charms these must have disappeared before the present claimanlt to distinguished ancestry baw the light of day. The John Quisncy .\loms that stood be fore Judge Boyle isn't near as preposses sing in appearance as the Dluke of Kakyak, who is before the police court so often that his face is as familiar to the spectators as Sol Levy's. Adamis is abousit the size of a candle after a half shift's Iurning in a windy drift. Ilia head didn't near reach the top of Judge Boyle's desk. Ilis hands and red wrists protruded from sleeves 'that were barely acquainted with his elbows and his long proboscis showed the sign of long companionsthip with John Barleycorn. He Is a Blue-Stocking. "\our honor." said the digniflied John Quincy Adams. "I lam a great, great grand son of the president of the I:Unitcd States, whtose alle alppea rs on history's Ipages thle samre name as my own. I Imay have indulged a little too freely of champagne or sherry, but intxicated I was not, and evenr if I was my sname should protect Itme from the indignity of being fined like an ordi nIlry vaga;lbond." Adtams acquitted himself of this effort with a toss of his head that denoted per fect inward satisfaction. "John," said the judge, "you were drunk; intoxicated is too nice a word. As for your name it has no weight in this court. You have disgraced it, and as for the indignity of a cotmmon tlue, why I wil give your plea a hearing. I will not fine you like an 'ordinary vagpabond,' for they generally get $S, but I will line you like an textraordinary one, and grant you the privilege of paying $So. Antd the next descendant of royalty or of distingutshed blood who tries to get off oni that plea will get 60o days in the county jail." John Quincy AdaLtsniswps returned to jil to serve out his sentence and Judge BoI+e took to miniutes to gts e his olpinion of weak-kneled descendlants of the big btugs.,. ROOSEVELT GOES TO A DEDICATION ,PRESIDENT TELLS WHAT COMMERCE DOES WHILE THE NEW YORK BUILDING IS OPENED. I asm . .%O5 'IAlTlD PRI.s. ,. New York, Nov. I i.-l'resident Roose velt arrived in this city at 7:45 o'clock this morning and was driven to the Uni versity club, where he breakfasted. ie was nlut at Jersey City by Cornelius N. Bliss, Jr., who accompanied him to this city. A considerable crowd had gathered at the West .3rd street station in this city and when the president appeared in his carriage he was greeted with cheers. After breakfast President Roosev visited his sister, Mrs. Douglass Robil son, and then repaired to the union league club, where he rested until time to go to the new chamber of comnmerce for the dedication ceremonies. With the president as its foremost guest and a former president of the United States as its guest of honor and repre sentatives of foreign governmlents and other distinguished persons, the New York chamber of commerce formally dedicated its new building in this city today. The proceedings were opened with a prayer by Rev. Morgan Dix, rector of Trinity church, and an address of welcome by Morris Jessup. The oration of the day was de livered by Grover Cleveland, who spoke in part as follows: "if we justly appreciate what things mean, we shall realize that commerce has done an immense service to humnanity by enlarging within its wide influence the acceptance of the laws of honest dealing among civilized communities and by curb ing man's besetting sins of selfishness and greed. What They Have Done. "We shall thereupon be led to appre hend the especial benefits in a moral sense that we have accrued to our own coun trytmen from the work and example of the chamber of commerce of the state of New York and of kindred institutions scat tered throughout our land. 'They have brought together a vast number of our citizens and made the American merchant, who too great to be mean, has by bold enterprise and brave venture, challenged the admiration of the world. "Equally as Important as this in its moral complexion and significance, they have, by the adoption and enforcement of rules for their government illustrated to a people apt to chafe under enforced re= straint, how usefully they themselves may. voluntarily, restrain and regulate their conduct; and beyond all, they have di-. rectly and by example leavened the mass of our citizenship with a love of scrupu lous honor and largely contributed to the preservation of true devotion to fair play." Since Its organization, So years ago, the Amalgamated Carpenters and Joiners have paid out for benefits.about $9,8oo,ooo000, LITTLE BITS BY TELEGRAPH Tiny Items of News of the World Boiled Down for Busy Reader-. He Will Color No.More. New York, Nov. Ir.-George Gerhardt, one of the oldest portrait planters in this city, is dead from diabetes at the age of 8S years. Sell Woman's Wardrobe. New York, Nov. I .-An auction sale of the vardrohe of Madame Humbert, the alleged noted swindler, has just been held, says a dispatch from Paris by way of I.ondon. The proceeds were small as the large crowd consisted more of the curious than of bidders. Object to French. Brussels, Nov. II.-It is asserted that owing to the opposition of Germany, Great Britain, the United States and other powers, the proposal which has been advanced to make French the offi cial language of the international tribunal at l'he Hague will be withdrawn, English Cricketers Coming. New York, Nov. ti.-The White Star line steamer Majestic, which will sail from Liverpool to New York Wednes dlay, will take among her passengers Lord lHawkcs and his team of cricketers, also ;ceorge Ade of Chicago and J. A. Roslai Kocian, the violinist. The English crick 'tehrs are on their way to New Zealand via San Francisco. MOROCCAN ARMY ROUTS PRETENDER FAKIR HAD PROMISED DIVINE INTER VENTION TO SEND THE REIGN ING HOUSE TO HEAVEN. [flY ASSOCIATED PRESS.] Fez. Morocco, Nov. I I.-The pretender to the throne with a large following at tacked the Moroccan army at day break on Novcember z. The invader attacked the camp, but te sultan's troops rallied and drove off the rebels, whom they pursued, inflicting much loss. The pretender, with sonime of his follow ers, took refuge in a native castle, which the troops attacked, captured and burned ott November 4. Many rebels were killed or taken prisoners, but the pretender escaped. The pretender's followers are now said to be searching for him. His prestige is alleged to have vanished, as he promised hmiraculous intervention and complete an nihiliation of the sultan's troops. Its Coming There's No Question The Biggest Opportunity Of a Lifetime Read in Wednesday's Daily Papers About H. ennessy's SGreen Ticket Sale It Begins Wednesday, Nov. 12 Never before in the history of Butte was a sale started which meant so much to the general public as this Green Ticket Sale of Hennessy's. Owing to certain complications, business this sea son has not been as rushing as usual. Now with A Pull and a Push We will start things agoing as only this store can. The price tickets tell the story. Everybody knows we sell none but depend able goods, the wanted kind that's always satisfactory. Now we offer the selfsame goods at Prices eut in Two 3 Some lines will go at half price, some at less than half price, but the advertisements in the daily papers from day to day will tell the price-cutting news. At Hennessy's Big Store in Butte. This is an eventful week in our store-a week of solid bargains in first-class goods, such as are used in every family This unprecedented "Bargain Sale" should not be confounded with the all.the-year 'round and "Selling Less Than Cost" Bargains that become tiresome and monotonious, because impossible things are promised. You know what to expect in the Connell Store. M. J. CONNELL COMPANY tarium for quarantine patients, public roads, etc. "The El Mercurio echoes the general Isth mian sentiment as to what the residents consider to be just demands and which *Minister Conchas, predecessor of Dr. Mar tinez-Silva, strongly advocated and stipu lated in the original draft of the prelim inary negotiations which appear, however, to have been eliminated in the subsequent treaty documents. A child of Mrs. Geo. T. Benson, when getting his usual Saturday night bath, stepped back against a hot stove which burned him severely. The child was in great agony and his mother could nothing to paify him. Remembering that she had a botte of Chamberlain's Pain Balm in the house she thought she would try it. In less than half an hour after applying it the child was quiet and asleep and in less than two weeks was well. Mrs. Benson is a well known resident of Kellar, Va. Pain Balm is an antiseptic liniment and especially valuable for burns, cuts, bruises and sprains. For sale by Paxson & Rocke feller, Newbro Drug Co., Christie & Leys, Leys, Newton Bros. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Jennie E. O'Connor, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed, administratrix of the estate of Jennie E. O'Connor, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administratrix, at Room No. 4, No. 49 West Park street, Butte city, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate in the county of Silver Bow, state of Mon. tana. ALICE M. O'CONNOR, Administratrix of the Estate of Jennie E. O'Connor, deceased. Dated Butte, Montana, this 5th day of October, zgoa. THOMPSON CAMPBELL, Attorney for Administratrix. Goes Around the Horn. Washington, Nov. z z.-The secretary of the navy has directed that the army transport Hancock, recently transferred to the navy, be placed in commission at the Mare Island navy yard as soon as practicable in order that she may be ready by the rast proximo to sail by way, of the Straits of Magellan to New York, where she will replace the triple screw cruiser Columbia as a receiving ship.