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THE BUTTE IN.TER MOUNTA.IN
VOL XXII NO. 205 WEATHER FORECAST. BUTTE, MONTANA, THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 13, 1902. THURSDAY FAIR. PRICE FIVE CENTS
HEADS FRENCH TALE
AND PONDiERS ON
HUNTING TRIP
On a Special Speeding 70
Miles an Hour Roosevelt
to Mississippi Wilds.
RIE IS READY TO DO HIS
VERY WORST TO TMIEBEAR
tomething of the Sort of Outfit the
President is Carrying and How He Is
Likely to Look When He Gets in the
Field, Together With an Anecdote of
a Famous Gunstock Which Is Now in
the Armory He Has With Him.
ir s ns..uo l. iS n I ,r ..],
Memphis, Nov. 1.3.-The presidential
train arrived here at (9:.o 'this miorning.
For some distance this mornling it was
run at a speed of over 70 miles an houilr
to make up lost time. The president was
anxious to reach the hunti:g camp early
enough today to get into the woods this
evening and the schedule of the train s.as
hastened to meet his desire.
The train is now due to reach Smnedes,
Miss., at .! o'clock. The hunting camp is
so miles distant frcnm there and the re
mainder of the journey will he made on
horseback.
The president 'has with himt the hunt
ing outfit used by him for imany years in
his thunting trips after big game in the
neighborhood of -his ranch on the Little
Missouri in Dakota, and in the mountains
of Idaho, Montana and Colorado. It in
cludes a fringed buckskin, sucht as was
worn by the old wilderness hunter, and
his favorite W\inchester 40-9o.
W\itth this weapon he has killed many of
his huntlting trophies. It bears the inter
esting scars of one of 'his battles with a
cougar or mountain lion in Colorado. In
closing with a wounded cat the president
thrust the stock into }her mlot:l4h. It shows
the teeth marks of the enraged animal and
the place where a small piece was literally
b4tten 'away. Hlis cartridge belt has a
tunting knife a1ttached.
He Is Ready for Bear.
Most of the bullets are soft nosed, but
a few of them are st'eel jacketed for pene
trating power in case the president
should get a chance for a long shot.
While thus prepared for wilderness
conditions it is not probable that the presi
dent will don Iis buckskin suit unless he
finds that genuine rcc.nditions prevail. On
the journey down there the president has
spent a considerable portion of this time
reading, one of the books in which he is
particu'a.rly interested being "The No
snadic Life." by M. Jessured, the new
Frcnch ambassador twho is to succeed M.
Cambon. It is a history of the trouba
dours and crusaders of the middle ages
and the presidcnt is reading it in the
original French.
Before the train left Memphis the
private ear of President Fish of the Illi
nois Central was attached.
NEW MINES AT BALD BUTTE
Eastern Syndicate Ready to Commence
Operations for the Winter.
Charles A. Couch, the well-known min
ing expert of Boston, is of the opinion that
there are sonce big mines in the vicinity
of Bald Butte in Lewis and Clarke county,
besides' the celebrated Bald Butte mine.
He has secured several claims in that
district for an eastern syndicate and is
now preparing for the winter's work.
It is preposed to sink two shafts to a
depth of 200 feet and while the deepest
shaft is yet only 35 feet in depth the
showing is a good one.
The- company have secured a millsite
near the head of the American gulch aboue
a mile and one-half away from the mine
and when the development justifies it it
is the intention of the company to erect a
mill.
Will Entertain White.
[BY AsSocrATltIu P.Rss.]
Berlin, Nov. 13.-The Italian amhassa
dor, Count Lanza di Busca, will give a
dinner Saturday to Ambassador White and
the Marquis de Noalles, the French am
bassador, who is also retiring.
RETURNING BOARD STILL AT SEA A. F. OF L. OPEN ANNUAL MEETING
'I wish that the whole business was
over," said Johnny Doran, deputy clerk at
the courthouse this morning, while talking
about the canvass of the election returns.
"I did think that I knew something
about the election laws of Montana, but I
have finally come to the conclusion that I
was mistaken."
It seems that the judges in the different
precincts have failed to furnish complete
returns, and the commissioners will not
canvass the returns until the complete list
is furnished them. There are some seven
or eight precincts which have sent in re
turns that are worthless so far as finding
out who was voted for is concerned, and
that is the only object of having returns.
Messengers have been sent to these pre
cincts for the purpose of getting the
judges to give the correct vote. Just how
this can be done is a matter of conjecture,
as, aside from any law that may govern
the matter, it would seem to be a danger
ous proceeding to allow any election board
to reopen the ballot box and monkey with
the returns. As a matter of fact, there is
no law governing such a proceeding, as it
Is contemplated that the judges of election
will do their duty and send in the informa
tion required.
The only law that seems to touch directly
upon this question is Section 1432, which
says: "If the returns from any precinct
bave not been received by the county clerk
UNCLE SAM WILL
SEE AFTER THIS
MOVEMENTS TAKEN TO SUPPRESS
LADRONISM, WHICH IS NUISANCE
IN OUR PHILIPPINES.
[BY ASSOCIATED PRESS.)
Manila, Nov. t3.-The United States
commission has passed, an act to assist the
suppression of Ladronism. It makes high
way robbery committed by three or more
persons a capital offense. A conviction
does not require proof of the actual corn
mission of the crime, the existence of a
band of brigands under arms being suf
ficient. Severe penalties are prescribed
for those assisting Ladrones In the com
mission of crimes. The commissiol hra
also passed a swecping vagrancy act,
drawn up so as to reach both dissolute na
tives and foreigners.
McGEARY JURY HAS NOT BEEN SEC JRED YET
Defense and State Have Lively Time Challenging Various Veniremen Appearing, and Twelve
Good and True Men Are Hard to Get-Attorney Trippet Takes a Turn at Asking the Court
Why Sundry Jurymen Are Allowed to Serve and Judge Napton Is Kept Busy.
Just when it seemed extremely probable
that the specie! venire of ,oo names would
be exhausted in the Mceieary trial, twelve
men were secured and challenges for
cause ended. 'lhere remained still thirty
names cn the panel. with the state having
five peremptory challenges to exercise and
the defense ten.
Notwithstanoing the rigid examination
to which they were subjected, the follow
ing men were considered competent jur
ors by the court: Eric l.andet, llarry
McManus, \V. C. Converse, John T.awler,
George \\'.llace, P. S. Taney, William
Dennis, Charles Wegren, F. B. (;Grr and
A. Short of Anaconda, Daniel Murhy,
Jr., of Mill Creek, and Joseph Jacohson of
Race Track. The examination of the jur
ors for the exercise of the peremptory
challenges then began.
It was a familiar scene that Judge Nap
ton looked down on front his bench this
morning when he instructed Bailiff Red
mond to open court and Clerk of the
Court Will Thomas began the reading of
the minutes. John McGeary, the pris
ATTORNEY DUFFY,
Who Is Attending to the Prosecution for
the County.
oner who is on trial for his life, sat fac
ing the judge between his attorneys, W.
II. Trippet and M. i,. Wines. At his left
hand sat his brother, Michael McGeary.
Facing them and across the row of
tables County Attorney D)uffy and his
deputy, J. 1-1. Tolan, represented the state.
RELATIVES OF MURDEBED,
MAN AT THE HEARING
Soon after the trial began Mrs. Hlolins
head and W\. Evans, children of the mur
dered man, came in and took their accus
tomed seats facing the prisoner. A few
minutes later the aged parents of the
prisoner, with their other son, their daugh
ter, Mrs. T. A. Maguire, and her hus
band, came in and took seats in front of
the rail.
Deputy Sheriff Joe Stevens; in whose
within seven days after any election, it is
his duty forthwith to send a messenger to
the judges for the missing returns, who
must procure such returns from the judges,
or any of them, and return the same to the
county clerk."
The law does not provide, however, how
the judges are to sen the ballot box and
secure the returns, and good sense would
seem to dictate that after the returns are
once sealed up and the election board
adjourned, that the only way to open
them would be by order of some court ot
competent jurisdiction. If this were not
so it would be a simple matter for the
judge, who had the returns in his possse
sion, to open them at his leisure and make
MASCAGNI'S CASE MAY CAUSE COMPLICATION
fBY ASSOCIA'TEI) I'RL:SS.,
Rome, Nov. 13.-Italy purposes to make
an international matter of tlz arrest in
Boston of Mascagni. The Tribuna today
says:
"Mascagni has telegraphed Premier
Zanardclli requesting the intervention of
KABYTE TRIBES II
REBELLIOUS STATE
ARMED TETUANITES DEFEATED IN
A BATTLE WITH REBELS AND
SITUATION IS SERIOUS.
y AssoI.OIArTII) I'rI:r ..l
Madriyd, Nov. j;.--A dispatch front
Trtuan, Morocco, whcre the Kabyte tribes
have rebelled, shows that the situation has
grown more serious. A Ibdy of armll
TeItuanites hlas beent deiated it a fight
with the rebels and comlpelled to retret,
to the town. The reitels are encamped at
Samoa, ha f an hour dil;at tfrom Tetuan.
where all business is suspent.ed. In
Madrid the position of the IEuropeans al
T'rtuatn is coollsiert to he not grayv
The newspapers conlltlnet on Spain's co."
tinled ill-fortune.
custody McGeary was brought into court.
sat directly Ibehindl the prisoner. Mc
(;Ceary retained the samute placid cxpression
which he has assumed from the beginning.
lie listened attentively to the examination
of the jurors, but without betraying any
M'GEARY, THE ACCUSED.
He Is the Coolest Man in the Crowded
Courtroom, Excepting None.
emotion, in marked contrast with the ap
pearance of his brother, who sat beside
him. The prisoner was pale and sha mo
tionless, while the bIrother's face was
flushed anlu nie mnoved restlessly ill his
chair.
The parents. a quiet, respocthile looking
old couple, also showed an evil llt inter
est, and watched their son closely as thit
examination rroceeded. During a short
recess in the forenon .sessiou Mr. and
Mrs. Mclceary, with their daughter, Mrs
Maguire, came over and greete; the ac
MRS. HOLLINwSWdOIH,
Daughter of the Murdered Man, Who Is
Attending the Trial.
cused man, shaking his hand and speaking
words of encouragement to him. Ills face
lit up with unaccustomed animation as
his aged mother sat dowtn beside hitm.
such changes as he desired and then send
the result.
Of course it is improbhable that there is
an election judge in Silver flow county
who would be guilty of such an act, but
should there be it would be an easy matter
for hint to perhaps change tile result of
the election.
The law which governs the imaking of
the returns is as follows:
Section 1408. The judges must before
they adjourn, enclose in a cover and seal
up and direct to the county clerk the
check list, all certificates of registration
received by them, one of the lists of the
persons challenged, one of the poll books,
(Continued on Page Three.)
the Italian government to prevent him
from the vexatious treatment of which he
says he has been a victim in America.
"Signor Zanardelli replied to the musi
cian, assuring him of the interest takep1in
his case by the government and informing
him that he would request Signor Prinetti,
PICKETS GIIAROING
WINDY CITY WORKS
MECHANICAL RUBBER COMPANY
MEN GO OUT AND THERE IS
'ROUBLE IN CHICAGO.
IY ASOIc, IAI 1'n 1. S.1
' hicago. No,. ,,.--'Two Ihiiidrel mitl
lIvy tteIployce of the Mcchanic.,l II Hb
1.-l companllly went on strike today, the
%,rher, asserting thait the company is
',,itrolled by the "ruobber trust" ind is at
Ir, ellnt lilling orders that uitler ordinary
: f,'ntlmtanlcus wouthu go to the .Morg;l &
\I t ilt CitlI cmpany. Ihe walk(ut waVs or
,l 'll las.,t nighit. and whenI the elmphlel '
,I the companiiy reached the plant this
I mining they touniii it guariilt by over a
Ilhi ih pickets from the Moirgan &
\\ tiglht factory.
Inimlllll iatitly after the openiillg of Cnolr!
lI in idtl iit ctcurredl .,h:I t ! (a ItlmII ia tn
II( lty ripple .of exeitet It. tllJudgei N 1ap
tn: ordered the haililf to lring Ihe l herill
iito coutrt, and on the airival of the hit
Ii l i ;tllil i s h t I one ofl thhe ijurors. Tohu
I ,nvihr, hadl justi heard that oneilt of hlis
chitildre had helie li st site yesterday.
oilt the lcourt iwoul I e ai culiiieseint if
cuiitnsel l li hlth sides witl il lpermit the
jullr to go in charge of the shurilf iad
visit his home or doit %hatever lie de d
.Allssliry to assist ini Ihe i ilisarch for hi
child. \11r. Lawler retilr.d within Aiii
hlir, the child having bee f.iound sioi
aflter he lft.
After t(leik 'Ilhotna haild alled lhe
nll.lule of the jury the examinationi of the
juroirs etas called to comiinlleter. Friom the
nmilthber ho hall colbciCtel Otis scrupiles rie
gaoditg capitial punishmeit, who had
ATTORNEY TRIPPETT,
Who Is Apparently Preparing to Make a
Strong Fight for McGeary.
freilrd opiniioins from readiiig the eiltws
lip eri' s, or ,hino had lreadl y coie it a
it scetted as if the panel wouldl lie ex
i.iitedi iin a lihort tiune. ( oullnty At
tie icy Dluffy asked if the jurirs had
ri il the stateuletit of thel accutseld masi,
4ti dying stateimtint of .Mr. Evans, or tUihle
testinonty iiand verdict of tie coron"er's in.
iirom the answers it tiglhtt lie inpliied
tfit maniy of the jurors were not anIximisI
to serev on the ease. I. S. Talley was
t. irst. lie hiad reuad the papers. IIe
hlI 'forimed Iti opinion as to the guilt or
iil,,cetice of the accuttsed, (however. li:
is challenged by the state, but the court
ovrrdiuled the challenige.
S. P. Boweti had formed aln opinion.
f nvY A...oi'I A Ii.i 1'11l S,5.]
Ncw Orleans, Nov. 3.---'The twenty
sc*rldl aniutal conlventionl of thle Ameril
c;,n Fedleration of Labor .ne tlhis mor.
ill at 1o:o i n Odd Fellows hall with
aihmtt 400 delegates present.
\\'When the convention had ibeen called to
io,ilr 'resident Iee of the New Orleans
or:;mizatiim delivered an a ddress of wel
cme on behalf of the labolring tmen of
Yew O(,leans, lie closed with a warmt
tflhute to Presi.dent (;ompters ipersionally,
dcllaring that the members of the le'der
wtiln d woul lbe with hnlllll to the end.
I'i .jident Goimpers declarced in his reply
thlt he fully appreciated wh:ltever wa:s
sil of himi personally and thoulght he
.utd ibct show his appreciation by silence
secretary of foreign affairs, to take up the
matter. Signor Prinetti immediately took
up, Mascagni's case."
Signor Prinetti is awaiting the receipt of
a report from the Italian embassy at Wash
ington before acting in the affair.
The charge of apathy brought by Mas
cagni against the Italian consul at Bloston
BUTLER ON TRIAL
FOR HIS BOODLING
CASE OF GENTLEMAN SAID TO BE
IN ST. LOUIS FRAUDS OPENED
IN COLUMBIA, MO., COURT
l I"uia, Mo ., Nov. It' . ArgI, rnts in
the ~iasi of I'Ed It1ter, the St. l.ouis mil
liionaire and potlitician hcing tried ,o the
tcharge of attiempted Iriry, beganl today
before Juldge IIockala. The jugle l
lowed t1 hiours, to rail, side. ('urrick
itishop o'ined for the state and wa ftol
lowred Jidge Kruim for the defeinse.
\\'irr g Krui tI hl on i' l dd his I r
gunit l ittrney Andrew Mlaroney took
111l ie uitil the no ln rIccsr for the
s'tt it tIhe aIfternIoon ,,o Inn Prose
cuilt .Attotnclily lirriay poke, for the
'. It . I ' l or ih.h .111 anl I-inlh . , W A.,I, 4.1,'
JUDGE NAPTON,
'i
Who Will Preride Over One of the Mo::t
Famouts Cases in Anaconda's Hiutory.
Daniel .I tr., y, r.. h1:.1 ,t rral lhe
papers, uhad loiti pini.n and 3 af i n a pi
siti l to give i li e cii i l a fair xl rii . I i -
gIlilredl I h. Ju ' lydig ;IastoIn ' Iruncel the
lilfent l: tt I.' , cll, il iIJ now CIll aiix llI Ihi-.
ATTORNEY TRIPPETT TAKES
A WHACK AT THE JURY
Ili~iligl ~l W i(. Ilill~ + vh l. i ;II. iil flt
llttti' u.i inttey ' T ippr .i llill 1.. I ll. Ii
whichta ll it.. ut al . It"' for m1 t "1;
hiii why hn L didI not I .ike ll l iva l' .it
this e.xc.ieIri I t Altik .' llltnl IIa illy 1,ir
c in o, hj tli ni, h ll tii us. ( lilt ti.,, iic., iht
h11 µal; 'lii lh1111.
\ i'. I', I l . l, a t. s is li, xt x.iili . I1.
h n l la tipii ii alit tI , tt iahJ t llit l Ir y h,.
dhel'lt., I.ut the jiid>le1 ii '.ruled i.h 4'h ),1
ler; I.. At b'ils o.ini Ilh. , d te lll h , 1iI'', (.M llu
l ton nllll ne \\nl,ll t h;i . 1 jilly lIr
cnI' l i'se, m id ,' i l ; ci ' t it, lr p
"W1'1. -h lli;h. J n Lt I,;t,.hr," ,aid the
comity atturney.
Inm rdiiat ly 1he1 dlfcie 1.,I4 it, lih I
challenge.
"Wve '/allentge I < h;l's \ve 'ren,'' s;Iidh
Attorny 'Trippl t.
Owenl O'Neill wa, next calhl dlil was
elial'rlt-nge for iluplih 1 hia,. 'Th1is the I1e
fense resisted, buit th. comlll s+ ;iailued the
T. Bl. Mallory also ha aill opinion wli
was excused. Prank lillhr. I'at Miirrfiy
:unil Elmer \1, il.n were a trio with lh
ject'io ils to c:pital plulislthiiint a: I icte
oxcised with ahi,'rity. W . I. f;,Is hadl ai
4 (Co niuiled on Page 'l hree.)
cgttrtltIItg it. .tfttr touchili g zipont tih
I10v 1(vt11, I .r ".i]lldCnt (o mpell rs de'lared
aitlolg so-callted t eated people regard
iug the "uims ll ul objcLtt l of thel ourgatlirla
"No Ill; il w. is ant edu catorl. ., alid
Jresildent (t petrs, ll poses as t I strike
breaker, is it for the position hie holdis,
"on-mpared to such a man lenedict Arno!,l
was ntltderst.tood Iby the delegates that ref
erencei wais tlade to tthe head of one of(
the leading educational illntitltions of the
country atnl they applaulded lotldly.
(:htecs were again called forti when it
was declared that the metn who acted th.Ž
is regarded here without justification as an
outcome of the musician's ignorance of the
fact that an Italian in the United States
is entirely subject to American laws.
Foreign Minister Prinetti has instructed
the Italian ambassador at Washington to
lend all possible aid to Signor Mascagni
in his difficulties,
ALL HOPE OF ELAN
BEING ALIVE IS
GIVEN UP
Party Which Went to Cabin
on Pyramid Peak Return
With No News of Him.
NEW THEORY ADVANCED
AS TO HOW HE DIED
Believed Now That He Accidentally Shot
Himself or Was Shot by Some One
Who Mistook Him for a Deer-Sheriff
Hand of Flathead County Is Now
Proceeding Under Thi:i Theory and
Will Conduct Another Search.
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timl ' iit'l ihmint I tut n. might ihiu lv.i t i
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ATTOR1NI Y, Pil' S, NT VAll, ),h S MOr
TIONS WillCH MAY III) 1' 01 F
THE TiIIAL A Ill r.
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114 nit 1l h .all I 111, h" Hey r l y I .ut.nty
4;iH ll EI lhl l al ,1, t i 1 a i. l l h . "m ,tt l" r
r .l, ihr 111h J, ,.t t hel itn ' n. t I, i sl1l
fli r ri t I ;ll rr I 1 r l I'. 1 11 1 11n 1 vl)nf.
(tre.
1' he re tort of the c rn ln itte' on i crer
dlintials declared th:t (t national organ
iZ:ltin , Ilill° ll;l ( I r, i, -ll tl l ll ', .5 0 'll
tral bui ies, 34 hii.'d aolt federal ,,lie
awl four fr;aternal delegates hadl reiptel.
atld were entitleld t, rpr c at., ionn. The
toitl voling s .t ' othi the .i ,Iitec repre
e'te'td by the <bi.,:,1.'. 'was a.bout l,,o,0.
It ias reCCnIIIII ''.II tIatt ctlIe clltials be
hdenliel to a Iutn!r' of dleig:ttes w ho were
ol:ett'ld lhielly hl.eci' e r tiI l)on paymlllent
of dles. A. protest a.tauir.t the seatling of
the delcgates of *the .\inailga,..ated A-soccia
bitt of (arpw titers n :1 made lby the
IUnited Irot'hvi"oi io " ( :Irpenters antid
Joiners. Upon mittionl the co otet was
referred back to the coniiittee for fur
tiher action.
J. B. I)tncan moved that a special com
Inittee be appointed to which all disputcs
shoull be referred, this comxkittee to re
port direot to the covnc;tit,.l 'T'his ito
tion was adol)ted.
A special comnittee was also appoint tcd
to consider ,the differenrces hetween tlhe
longsthoremen and other origanizations who
claim the former are intruding upon their
territory. Ott motion of Delegate Dun
can ,the convention adjourned to imeIt at
2 p. in., for which time the reports of the
officers of the organization were ont the
program.

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