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DOUBLE LIFE LED BY FRENCH AUTHOR Z.OL
Had Another Wife and Two Children, and This'Wish the Cahsent of His Legal Spouse, Wh Was Childless--Mystery of the Woman in Black Who Mourned Beside His Bier and Fol lowed His Remains to His Last Resting Place, Explained When Will Is Opened. .1 THIS IS THE MYSTERIOUS WOMAN. h.4,'' I 1 ',, 7 ' to, 'of ~· 1 ~ sI. ~I~ I·;r ~ ; - L3 AW' .:~:i* · ~~*4i· :k 4"' " 4i""' '4 4:i 9'~ ·~· · ~ 4,4 V 4 Mr 'l'.4p 4! /,,, I1 t~ ·· ~· ~ She Wept at Zola's Bier and i [inv .N I.A ii I' ilt , New Durk. Nov. 1.i.- lthat Emiil Zola, the renowned French novelivt, led a, dual life there cat now he Iino tltution, for clause in tlhe novelist's will that sttartl'ed all Paris explains to the world a little page il tie hlstory of ii.s life that ,%as never made known until the hand of death lay cold upon him. 'The clause is .simple. Ily it a large part of the lead mant's fortune is left to "Mly son, Jacques, and his sister, De)nise, and iny falitllful friend, Mhime. Rose reatt." 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(AE sell - Rocky Fork, Sheridan, Rock Springs, :,,. s ell] ki. ii. It wa., the Ionte wi.h of /n. laots life to present he1r h ,ttsb;,d with children, but tihe tittle one' lnever ca(l e. '1.te great novelist's domestic life was constldered beyond reproach. It was said I.y all that the objectionable naturalism contained in his books halted at the t.ireshold of his home. I)e Maupassant wrote of himi: "ie has not lived; he has but one life." lBut De Matp:lassant was as ignorant of the facts as they existed as everybody else. Made Public Last Week. The great novelist's will was not made Ipublic until last week. Then all Paris gasped with wide open( eyes and ,motth. Then and not till thlen the cause of a comparatively untknown woman's mourning DOINGS IN THE DISTRICT COURT NUMBER OF MINOR CASES HANDLED IN ONE WAY OR ANOTHER BY HARNEY AND CLANCY. In the action of James 1)ufi'y against )D. J. Iheniessy, J. K. McDonald and t. F. Kelley, as attorneys for the defendant, have filed a paper with Clerk Roberts of tilhe district court asking that the suit tie dismitssed in accordance with the stipula tions that have nbeel heretofore tiled. lircen & Mlackl f-r their client, Charles Lane, as administrator in the estate of Martin R6 oney have petitiomed Judge Clancy to dismiss the suit against 1). J. I.Ienniessy, as satisfact ry arrangements have ])eeon mtade for a settlement. An execution fromn Judge (lancy was ordered August 17, 1io0, in the case ot \. A. Clark & Co. vs ihornrlt o-Thomas Mercantile company for $5,6S3. The exe cutionl has been returned unsatisfied, as the sheriff reports that after diligent search he is unable to lind any property belong. ing to the defendant in Silver How county. In the matter of Joseph Krause vs. Charles Ileckler, the writ of attachment on the Northwestern saloon in South Ilutte has been released in view of the fact that a sufficient bond has been fur nished. An amended answer to the amended complaint tas been filed witll the district court in the case of E. II. Shermanl vs. the Oregon Short Line railroad and Isaac BIinnard. The defendants deny the allegations and ask for judgment to the extent of $100 for the wrongful detention of the property. The writ of attachmient has been filed with the district court in the action of lHenry Knippenberg against the Greenwood Mining company by Sheriff HIill of Madison county. The suit is to recover $1 ,ooo with interest. ýI f, This signature is on ev cry box of the genuine Laxative Bromo-Qulnine Tablets the remedy that cures a cold in one day. If you have a bad cold you need a good reliable medicine like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to loosen and relieve it and to allay the irritation and inflammation of the throat and lungs. The soothing and healing properties of this remedy and the quick cures which it effects make it a favorite everywhere. For sale by Paxson & Rockefeller, Newbro Drug Co., Christie & Leys, Newton Bros. J. D. M'QREQOR VETERINAItY SURGEON. Honorary raldupto of the Oatario Vter. lnary tollege. Toronto, Cnad. Treits dice.es 9fdomasticatcd aint l atevordiar i to scientfic principles. OMe at Marlow' stables, o04 South Main street. Telephone va. All cases promptis attended to was made known. Then the presence c two small children, dressed in black, " the grave of Zola was explained. The people recalled that Zola's favorite rout on his wheel led in the direction of hi "faithful friend," Mme. Rosereau. On the day of the novelist's death ther came to the house of Rue de Bruxelles where he lay dead, a woman and two chil dren, dressed in the deepest mourning. The w men and children were unknowi to the servant who answered the knocl at the door, but they were admitted with out question, and when the strangers stgoi weeping by the dead man s bedside thRa in the room whispered to each ot.ep "Some of his relatives." On the floor at the foot of the bed th childless wife say unconscious. The other wife and the children Zola's children-remained a little season and then tearfully r.eparted. Who Kfnows but that the great novel ist's relations with this woman influencec hinm in writing the most remarkahble ane powerful productions of the age? To His Last Resting Place. A few a;,'s after the little scenere at the house where Zola lay deadI lhere fol lowed the hearse to the' grave this samnt woman and the two children. T'hey walker the entire dlistancel t te grave and were convulzed with grief when they gazed or the ceflin herion; l,,w'red iinto the grave When the other mourners had gone sha knelrt at the siile of the grave and prayed lThe Ilext lay the papers of the Frencl Imetrlopolis contained lon Iieg articles witi splecelations Ias to the' stranlg woman1' identity as well a, tie identity of the chill duelt. Nine of the writer, dreame'd of the rea relations.. lBut last week. w'hen Zola's will lya' meade public, the truth was made known and all tihe ivorli gasped its surprise. ()te of the stranges.t featuresi of th whole affair is that the childless wiedo knew of the inltimaete relatieons of her hus I:tel and tll me. HRoscreau andlt rncinturagea the ,hial love. This widow will not contest the will tha lea:ves a large part of her fortunle to _ woumane that the wnrld knew not of. It hat developedI that site often received Minc ltsere'au with the two children at lie Iehole eand in her' hlusbandl's presence. Near the little village of Medan, where IE"mile Zola had his country residence, there is a small cottage occupied by Miee. Rose reau andI her two children. This hone was furnished by Zola and it was herre h wncllt so often on his bicycle. Of Mmme. Rosereau. Mltee. Roscreau is a woman of mIodesi mien, anld those who know her declare she is possessed of an unusual charm. She had loved the novelist for years, long he fore cshe knew he was legally married. 'lThey became acquainted at Verneuill and this acquaintance came to the cars o MARKS HAS TO CLIMB DOWN INTO HIS HOUSI He Sues the City for a Peculiar Cond tion of Affairs About His Residence. The jury in Judge Harney's court r turned a verdict in favor of the city t Ilutte, which was sued by G. J. Marks, wi claimed that by grading a portion t G(;:alena street his property was damaged I the extent of $S,loo. But the jury cdul not see it that way and Marks will get r dlaimages. Imnitidiately after the dismissal of tl suit Iagainst the city of \Walkerville, tl city of Blutte was made defendant in a su instituted against it by G. J. Marks, whic was begun before a jury in Judge Ilarney court. Marks' claim against the city was a unusual one. O)nce he built hiilmt a hout which stood on the flat and conmmanded a excellent view of the nmountains and tl many points of scenic interest in all around Missoula Gulch. One day the city came and with, i teams, picks, shovels and industrious en ploycs built up a grade around the hout of Mr. Marks anu, to use a familiar ei pression, put the gentleman "in a hole Now lie climbs down to his house on conlpalnionlway and has beguni to use nai tical expressions when speaking of h domicile. To lend additional color to tl malritime illusion the cnmbankment whil the city built around the house has deve oped into anll excellent damt for much i the waste water of Missoula Gulch. Mr. Marks objects to the water and ti daut and the hole and the whole thing, ar wanted the city to give him a good rour sumin for changing the landscape of Mi soula Gulch. MEDIN HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH THE TROUBL He Did Not Know Ray Had Bee Stabbed Until Long After the Fight Had Occurred. The many friends of Tony Medin as justly indignant over an article whit appceared recently in a mnorning paper 1 the effect that lie was ilmplicated in ti stabbing affray in which Charles Ray wi fatally cut by E.. J. Dailey. e As a matter of fact Medin had nothit e to do with the affair. lie has lived i lButte since early childhood and is know in business and social circles as one i the quletest and most orderly men in tl a city. The only way in which Tony Medi was connected with the unfortunate aflf f was that Dailey was abusive in Medhi 3 place of business and the latter orders a tim out. Ten minutes later ,the fight b Stween Ray and Dailey took place on '1t i sidewalk in front of the Medin store. * Tony Medin knew nothing of the fig until the news spread that Ray had bet stabbed. Negotiate a Neat Loan. Victoria, B. C., Nov. I3.--The Britil Columbia govesnment ltas negotiated loan in Landon of $3,5so,oon. Ti fitance minister received a cableara f When Jacques was born thie wife of ,t novelist said: "Invite her to our hoe n I will receive her for the baby's sake." e After the second baby came the motl s and children were frequent visitors at ,ome of the novelist. Mme. Zola lot C the children by another woman for t, sake of her husband. There is just a chance that the Aci emy, which Zola tried so long andt hard n enter, knew something of his dual life a k it may be that this fact influenced th. against admitting the distinguished Freni I man. t Speaking of this, Zola said: "I sa desire to enter the Academy, but it will a long time before I am elected. " Academicians object to my books, and tl is a fatal objection. As to my person tli find no fault. They admit that I am p: sentable enough in a drawing-room, tl I don't dress extravagantly, that I have debts, and that I lead a sober, decent, 1 I spectale Ife. But they can't forgive i I my books." Zola said further: "If I have made Iyl)' mitnd to persist in lly attempt to I coime a member of that society, it is mn t I /: I f THE LATE EMILE ZOLA. for the novel than for myself that I fighting. I want the novel to be reca nized as the most important form of liter tore. next to lyric poetry, of the century Despite his books and the fact that led a dual life. Zola is known to have sai, "I am the chamnpion of those marri I couples whose love for each other is fervent that their union is thereby re dered indissoluble. I am the champion these men and women, who, having fall in love with each other, remain in lo with each other until their dying day. such a life there is truth, beauty and ha CITY PHYSICIANS' HUNT FOR INDIAN SULLIVAN AND DONNELLY GO A TER CREFS WHO ARE SAID TO HAVE HAD THE SMALLPOX. City Physician T. J. Sullivan and I I. I)onnelly, the county physician, ha just returned from a tour of the soot westetrn part of the county, where th went in search of the band of Cr inldians who were reported to have sttta poX aild were camtping near Moore ranch. The two doctors were unable to lii the objectionable Crees, but they h; plenty of fun, and in other ways t trip into the country proved profitable. "\We went in a buggy," said Dr. Sul van, speaking of the journey, "and tra tled all over the ground said to be i habited by the wandering band of Cret but failed to fitnd them. I am inclined believe the Indians got a 'hunch' ti they hadl been spotted and folded the tents 'like the Arabs.' At any rate t could find no trace of them, and t' citizens of Butte need not be in fear their spreading the dreaded smallpox. Good One on Donnelly. "In this connection," continued the do tor, "I have a good one on lr. Donnell We had reached a point about eig miles out when the horse showed sig of distress in going up a steep road, ai I agreed to climb the hill and look arout while Donnelly should stay with tho tir animal and await my return. "Well, I went to the top of the hill, distance of a half mile, and took a the ough survey of the country. Not seeli any Indians, I pulled out my revolver ai fired a few shots at a mark to pass t time away. I then started back in t direction of the buggy, and was a proaching a turn in the road when rushed Donnelly. "lIe was badly winded, his hair w disheveled and he showed signs of d tress both in body and mind. When saw tme he rushed up and began to fi me all over as though to satisfy hinist of tmy existencl. Thought He Was Gone. "'Why, v4tat's the matter?' I asked surprise. "'I heard all those shots I' he e claimed, when he had recovered I breath, 'and I thought the Cree India had attacked you. I came running your rescue, expecting fully to find yo dead and scalped body on the rod and I could hardly believe my ey when I saw you walking towards me ve ttmuch in the fleshl' "I then explained the nature of t revolver reports and we both enjoyed laugh, but the joke's on my friend Do nelly." Buy your Roek Spring. Coal From 'I[IZMlSI' OCAL 0O. STHEY ASK THAT II 10 BE SEEN TO NO_ FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLU GET INTO COMMUNICATION WITH CITY COUNCIL. he Mayor Daviey and the city council hi ier been presented with a commtuication fr he the Butte Federation of Women's clubs, ee which a few facts with reference to condition of the streets and the lax d- forcement of some ordinances are giv to The women naively ask that "now : nd excitement of election is over, your hon tit able body will see that the city's laws as :h- correcting and promoting the cleanliness the streets are properly and rigidly i :11 forced. be "The clubwomen of this city feel that. he these matters have not been attended ,at with due diligence, fairness and fideli ey and again call upon the authorities to ma e- our city as clean and healthful as possit at "We also ask that waste paper boxes no placed as soon as possible on other stre, e- and at hotels and boarding houses outsl nte the present city limits, but within a ve few blocks thereof, and that the police i LP that they are used, thereby assisting vs e- materially in keeping the streets clear re and safer for both man and horse. "We also urge upon you the prompt a strict enforcement of the curfew ordinan and that the disgraceful occurrences of t past few weeks may be no longer allow to be enacted upon our streets by wild a wayward boys, and that all youths shall kept off the streets after the hours allott by law." The communication is signed by Mrs. W. Bhuzzo, president: Mrs. W. O. Spe secretary, and Mrs. G. H. Barry, Mrs. A. Gilbert and Mrs. C. S. Passmore, co bnittee. The paper will be submitted to the c council at the next meeting in the he that somei sort of action may be taken. THEY CAME AWAY SATISFIE Many Were the Diners at the Turki Affair Given by Well Known Cateress There were many of the society peIo at the swell turkey dinner giveu last eve ing in the Auditorium by f)ora Walton, t well-known cateress. 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The various criminal cases w'ioh It not been set for the present term of Jui McClernan's court were presented by . sistant Attorney Yancey and entered the minutes of Department II. Has King, the young negro who de alleged have assaulted Charley Sing in an all one night after the Celestial had be 'lucky at craps, was arraigned mad his ci was set for November at. King told t court that the could not pay for an i torney and Judge McClernan appoint Joseph Bernard to conduct his defteu King was given untli Monday to plead. Frank Williams, who is being held I having taken $Sao from the person of R. Shaw, the Arizona sheepherder, a peared before Judge McCiastan and n being able to procure an attorney, C ville Saville was instructed to tai charge of his defense. Williams' -c will be heard on November 24. Jerry M Mahon, who is concerned in the Van ca will get a hearing on November at. H attorney is J. I.. Wines. 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