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THE BUTTE INTER MOUNTAIN
VOL, XXII NO. 212 BUTTE, MONTANA, FRIDAY EVLENING, NOVEMBER 21, 1902. PRICE FIVE CENTS UNION BROIHERHOOD OF CARPENTERS RAISE FUSS Ask That the Charter of the Amalgamated Association of Woodworkers Be Cut. TROJUBLE IN PHILADELPkIIA CARRIED INTO CONVENTION Matter Is Referred to a Commiss'on Con sisting of Five Men From Each Asso ciation and an Umpire, to Be Named by Them, and the Matter Must Be Settled Within 60 Days, or the Party Balking Will Lose Their Charter. BY ASSOCIATEID PRaEs. New Orleans, Nov. ai.-The application of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners" for the revocation of the char ter of the Amalgamated Association of Woodworkers was the first thing called up in the labor convention today. P'resi dent Kidd of the W\oodworkers announced that until the carpenters would withdraw their men from a certain shop in Philadel phia the woodworkers had gone on strike. The carpenters had taken their places and the matter must be fougnr out on the floor of the convention. A long and at times bitter debate took place. The arguments consumed practically the entire morning. Delegate Perkins finally moved the pre vious question, The vote was taken onr the substitute offered on Wednesday by I)elegate Wilson that the dispute between the original organizations be referred to a comnimission of five frot each org:iniza tion and an umpire to he mutually selected by the coilIntission to meet within sixty days. Thc proposition of Mr. Wilusonl was adopted. IF THEY FAIL TO AGREE THEY LOSE THEIR CHARTER Upon motion of Dclegate Agard, the election of officers was made a special order for Saturday mornintg at to oclock. Atother discussion was then Inaken up ini the dispute among the A.nalganated A sso ciation of Woodworkers. The exccutive council recommended that the piano work ers transfer cert:in machilne workers to the woodworkers within sixty days, in ac cordance with a previous agreement. A.fter speeches had been made on biothl sides. Charles Dodd of the piano workers ofiered an amendmenlllc t mall;king it llmandatory uptlon the woodworkers as well as upon the piamo workers to reach an agreemint, and that the organization failing to so agree shall forfeit its charter. The amendment was carried. An adjournment was then taken until 2 o'clock. SHIPS BOAT WITH LETTERS U.SL, .E, THIS IS ALL THERE IS TO TELL WHAT CRAFT IT WAS WENT DOWN AT SEA. ]IVY ASSOCIATIED i I 'R(SR. Victoria, I. C.. Nov. 21.-News was re telved from Carmtanah Point yesterday that a quantity of wreckage has been found two miles west of the lighthouse, inclul ing the stern of a large ship's boat. painted white, with Ericson, Cardiff, in black let ters, and several long new ash oars, all broken; also part of a mast, which ap pears to have been the topmast of some vessel. About half a mile away a large iron buoy belonging to the United States lighthouse service was found. It was painted red with figure P in black, and letters U. S. L. 11. E. The only vessel with name similar to that found on the wreckage, which was in these waters for some months, was the schooner Eric, which left here about the end of August for Junin with lumber. SPEARED THROUGH THE NECK BY WOOD STRIP John Leonard Has Narrow Escape From Death While ILooking at Work of a Circular Saw. lY ASSOCIA tEn II iSS. New London, Conn., Nov. 21.-John Leonard of Groton, an employe of a ship building company, has been speared by a to-foot strip of wood that flew from a cir cular saw. The lance-like missile struck hint int the throat passing entirely through his neck and 18 inches of the wood pro jected behind his right ear. Companions sawed off the greater part of the stick atnd Leonard walked to a building in the yard. Physicians found that the stick had passed between the munscles and the important vessels of the throat and neck. It was impossible to withdraw it without danger to Leonard. All the muscles on one side of the neck had to be cut and it was taken from the side. Leonard will probably re cover. NOT NEAR ENOUGH ROOM Northwestern University Has Reached Its Limit of Capacity. iY ASSOCIA'TED PRE:SS. Chicago, Nov. 21.-Northwestern uni versity has reached the limit of its pres ent capacity by the large increased num ber of students enrolled and unless fees are raised or additional endowment is re ceived, the attendance must be 'limited. This is especially true of the college of liberal arts and the medical school. Figures announced by the registra show that for the fall semester 3,608 students have registered in all departments. The i,-crease over the last year semester is nearly s,ooo per cent in the university as a whole, though one of the departments, the woman:'a t.nedical college; has been .bobbd.5cJ THINGS DOING IN SPANISH CHAMBER PREMIER SAGASTA'S SPEECH SEEMS TO HAVE AROUSED THE DEPU TIES ON ALL SIDES. BY ASSOCIATED PRElSS. Madrid, Nov. ar.-The uproar in the chamber of deputies yesterday, which was caused by the attack of Senor Ronero Robledo on Premier Sagasta, continued throughout the evening, and the premier withdrew from the chamber. The presi dent of the house closed the sitting amid protests from the members of the opposi tion and cries of "there is no government." The trouble grew out of a speech by Premier Sagasta, in which he expressed surprise at the interpretation which had been given to the recent ministerial crisis. Senor Romero Robledo reproached the premier with his political antecedents. He declared that Senor Sagasta was not the leader of a party but the favorite of a king, a statement which occasioned an angry debate. M'GEARY SEEMS TO BE OUT OF HIS MIND Testimony of Physicians Would Show That He Is Subject to the Delusion That Evans Wished 'to Persecute Him--This, Say Experts, Is a Peculiar Form of Dementia, Not at All Un common--Last Witness Has Been Called and the Case Ready for Jury. SI'e('IA. 10 TllIE INTErl MOI'NTAI,. Anaconda, Nov. l2.-At noon today County Attorney Duffy for the state in the c(;Geary trial, announced for the prosecu tion that it closed its case. Counsel for the defense also announced that they hadl no more witnesses to exlamline. The wit netsses in the ease were all excused from further attendance and Judge Naptonll ad journed cu.lnt until _ o'clock, at which tiec he lbgan to, deliver his instructions to the jury. \\'hen these instructiions are concluded the argulilcnt before thet jury will Ie cotn The defelinse exanlllledtll but one witless todlay. thalit eiting Attorney 'Trilppet for the defetnse, who went on the stand to testify thait he had not during his conversation withl the Ideftendant madce any suggestions whatever as to the lmanner of defense to ibe The testimonly iltrloduced by the state \was in part expert and in part that of lay witines.i's whol had: not fortmed opinioins as to the sanity of the defentdanit. The ex perts called wsere Dr. IP. J. Sherron of Itutte alnd 0. Y. Warren of W\arn Springs. They were of thlie opilion that MlcGeary, judging from his past actions, as recited to Ihlen, was not inisalne. During the morning several of tilhe wit ntesses who are connected wiilt the tconicen tratiing planit at the net'w works were asked whether or not .lc(;cary's patenlt rack was of any practical use. 'hey replied that it was. This seemedt to please 11c(;ea:ry, and hle came e Ilnearr to sttlling at that time thali lie h s at anii time sillCe the trial began. TRIPPET TAKES STAND FIRST IN THE MORNING Attorlney \\'. 1. Tl'ril -.t of the ',ounstl for the dtefenlse was tlte lirst willlss called to the stand this morning. Il" stated that lie had had fivet or six inter views with the plristioner :iiil had itever made any suggestion to the deil fedilllnt as to the line of dlefetlse Ithe should iI lakie. \\ itlness was thelin excuseild, Ilere the defenise rested, Attorney D)uffy, for the plroseclution, stated that lihe would like the prisoneir to be examiinted Iby the phlysicians \\who were to testify in lihe.. hal f t the state, one of the attorneys for tile defense to lie preselnt lit sulch exaliiuna tion. The physiciails who were sublilpalled by the state are l)rs. 0. Y. W\arren, Sliher ren aind Sligth. I)uring the ilnteriml here, Juror Ilarker asked if the defendant woiuld be allowted to exhibit his patent rack and typewriter and point out the supposed superiority of these inventions. The privilege was de nied at the time but the judge infornimed the jury that it would have a cliatlce to examiine these ldevices at a later date. Ulpon the arrival of the physicians lnamed tile examination olllll f McGe(cary was iadle ill the stenographller's roomi adjoin ing the courtroomll. The examination concluded, J. II1. Mae mnillan was called to the standil by the state int rebuttal. lie testified that lie had seen the defendant at two dlitereit tt imes pre PRESIDENT, BACK IN CAPITAL, MEETS CABINET SY ASlSOiIA'II E ' P I FSS. \Wa\hington, Nov. 1.-Pl'resident Roose velt arrived here this morning at 8 o'clock over thie Southern railroad. A small crowd was at the station to welcome hisi return. As he left the train he shook hands with the engineer and lireman and thanked them for the sale run they had made. The president and Secretary C(or telyou were driven direct to the \\White houlse. Before to o'clock this morning the presi dent reached his office. IHe began at once to dispose of a mass ot business which had accumulated during his absence. OFFICIAL FIGURES OF THE COUNT THUS FAR The canvassers will about finish Pre cinct No. 21 by the time it is time to quit tonight. Progress is slow for the reason that the returns are still coming in in bad shape and in some instances it is almost impossible to tell anything about them. The proceedings are being watched very closely by all of the different politi cal parties as well as by many of the can. didates. There are many errors in the CHAMBERLAIN DEFENDS BRITISH Colonial Secretary Says They Have Been at Great Expense to Help the Boers and Have Done Everything Possible. London, Nov. at.-A parliamentary paper relating to the Bocr generals' appeal to the world was published today. In a letter to General Botha, Colonial Secre tary Chamberlain protests against the "ex aggerations in the appeal" and the "incor rect impressions conveyed thereby," and points out that in addition to the gift of $t5,ooo,ooo for the relief of the Boers. Great Britain was spending $S,ooo,ooo monthly since the close of the war In maintaining the burgher camps as orgah Izations to enable the people to return to their homes. Mr. Chamberlain also suggests that large sums were remitted by the Trans vaal to Europe during the war. lie says there must be a large balance thereof re maining, and invites General Botha's co operation in finding the personsl to whomn the money was entrusted and in recover vious to the trial, and had con\iversed with him on both occasions. J. H. M'MILLAN SAYS HE THINKS M'GEARY IS SANE \'itness was then asked what opinion he had formed as to Mc(;eary's condlition of mind, basing such opinion on his conversa DR. 1. G. DONNELLY. ti.s anld observations. An o ljction was made by the defense and was sustainm'ld by the court. Macmillan Iha a 'ked the prisoner for his lphotogra ph, which was seeur (d after some persistence, on the loth of July. \\'itn.ew had seen the priisoner again Noves mber to, ail asked for another pho togriph. The prisonltr iasked thli witness to wait until suchll a time ai s h ('I I ',l I shave and change his clothes. 'This, was done Then, tn objection beinilg t:Mrl. the wit ness testilied that he considered Mceary sate. 'l'p n mcros tsr. - llinih ll W it lsll n aid that at hist first conversation with MelN(ary tlhe lattr shiftted his eyes. Tlhis, the iwitnesst stated, strllengthened hiius opinion o ,f the sanity of \ l(eeary.o lty imlnd R. Johnson was next called by the state. \\'itness statedl that shortly after the shooting of Mr. lvans Ihe had a convlersation with M ichael McG(ary, brother of the prisoner. The brother at that time said that if, pIrior to thlte shoot ing. anyone had qutestioned the sanity of his brother, hlie wouldl have thought they were trying to "railroad him to the insane asylumii." The next witness called by the state was W. E,. Estahbrok. lie testified that he was superintendent of the concentrator building at the Washoe smelters. Metc(ary's rack was here produced and Mr. Estabrook was asked to give his opin ion as to how it compared with the wooden jig inow in use at the works. Mr. Esta brook was of the opinion that the inven tion possessed practical utility aud value. 11. Hentley was next called. His testi mony was to the effect that he is and I'ri(or to the meeting of the cabinet which had been called for I o'clock, the president found time to hold brief inter views with Senators liurrows of Michigan, Scott of \VWest Virginia and Lodge of Massachusetts. During the next four or five days, as opportunity may offer, the president will put the finishing touches upon his annual message to congress. It is understood that the message will be sent to congress on the second day of the approaching session, Tuesday, D)ecembler 2, owing to the fact that deaths of members of both houses have occurred during the recess, which totals and this accounts for some few small gains and losses. So far John Weston, fusion candidate for clerk and recorder, is the only one who has made any gain that amounts to any thing and from p)resent inaications he wilJ be elected by a small majority, although, of course, his gains may be offset' by losses in the precincts that are yet to be canvassed. The official vote as far as counted at a o'clock this afternoon is 's follows: tog the balance, whichl, he says, t;reat 1iiitain is prepared to add to thle sumst already provided for the relief of the rimghers,. I;enetral Botha, in reply, says that unit tIl Mr. ('lhamberlain made his splereh of Nvrembher 5, he tulnderstood that the $15. Uanono waI partial comllpensaltionl for war I'he general decla:res that he is un a aue that any suant were remitted to l.r.pe as alleged and that if tsueh stotlns ,1nt he woutll he very glad to see them devoted to tlha projectis mentiotned. Ihe 'concludes with a .'congratulatory it r,tencr to hMr. ('hamb11ertlaiin' applroch i , t1ip to Suithh Africa, and anit e\re sin of his wish that thte contro.erv . re la ding the hpast ,hohi be endled andl thIat hh Ii sides addreess thcmselv s elntirely to tihe necessities of the ieesent and futuie. It:" bl. ,rt h hfo r s llttl ' ia; t t c yrtl ,11 t i. .\ i's lotspital a ay ure . I it tAnn's hospitll in 11ne. iI i. < .me in from the cv,,Ik, i ljm ld. Ih, .,t.yOd in the hospital aluh nl Ito l Ihouml. , '.ic lant raid n,,thingl h, a it nc,,, f p..ins in the hald. \\.Is ,itlh Aleclt',. : llt ollne hour. MAN WHO SOLD REVOLVER TO' M'GEARY ON NTAND I. M ih'll i r v ,il a,, n ,I ri,.i iI I hiv ilh, " ,. Ih1 \w,:c the l . i;tc nlo,,kc,' % h . .. I.I ti,, r, c it o i to M l ictaly. I I,,lII il Ili, i fti nt. lllt' ;llin I - t Ii,3 Iy I t Jh ill iii I nc'., hoirs ,n, .cIly I,;. t\\ n1 t ;,,k .. pril iner. t , all a ,.iit ,iti ll in:. i ,si ', inurs. M \,i,,;iry .called , 1 1 .uly t;, I ,l I t 'o t a l t i h l t l c chi I i Ii t ,l . iii I Ili i , . lu. I .'d i , . lit II' ' i llstl, hni l it \ h11. It v tolver. \\'itn ,s.s n.as : . I.l, hll nII; 1I .i c , i. h li ]kuicl ar'iv/'d .lt conl'rlnnq thcie L ' of thel defe' ndant . i tih r'lliI hiit I i. II id n11 11ven the maitil r a thll i i ght. .I r. \\illi;tins i ;s' neI t alehdI m ,I t.r ti tied that ie is en lph ,yed ;lI t the' , i (Ini . ti Itor buil ing in the c pacity of ;, f,, ltUNDER SiHERIFF MORGAl; . !i'lionl p lain 'dt o f a t iujm t 'd ank hle ;o l v· eltl \ hile ltSl;itha'y l.i ikirl t i i t t Iu I;lltor hi e i s s. elt tt.uh e t Iilv r iii, isi'y by \\uillitIln . Ai s lor . A iitt, , t1 l ,olinv rs i(n ll \ ais ; tl t the ; t IIor . ill .r b l l t'I coXc'il. i Iu ,atI i n. ..hll ltir it.ier iv; ilh, s .ef I .'t t itlnt, . hi I;il' t.,u . It h Iht1 ;,l hir L I htil - I; l' ,, ;the , in opinilin of the till t lthel ratilt of li, itt ftl ,iult t pluo pr. ci a tr, i c.l Ilu . I i .r ,'I' J ., S-e rm nitat io- , M r, \\ illih l - StlilI d th1 t the plrac'tical \:hcle of lth rack V, , d o li lli 'lnt 1111,111 11 "; lcrrt'Ji lllg ,i '..c< . \\+hi'n as kv'd 1" the , a ntiy of the pn .nmer h;.l c't,'r ,.:g, ,hted it ill" to him, It.' w iltno , a; l,,d : 'W hat i, the lnl ;lin., of the wo,% lr s nl) w examI in., ;tini l cc,'i d here. 'dr. .lrhcy ,a., n . I 'called, I , h- tilh, d th t he i, ctmployl d in fhin (omits llalutt ;,,I.1 hal mlet the c. lefr lhnlt : In .f timge,, In Morly', ,,linion the llatint rack of !, ( :t ary wc s of pr:t lical value. UNDER SHERIFF MORGAN IS CALLED TO THE STAND t oldhr Shtrilf lJave ., organ c\as the ln ct witness, h.e tohl of imlnetr,.l., con v' niations with the prisoner. At the timo '.;cctitry was arrestcd he had said tc r'..IH';'In that lie was 1'n1 1(1" t way it) t wt/a t,, hive himself up, Ih' also madle various cdthr rum irks'. \hich were tolh of by pl ,\'ious witnesses. ,1r. , l.orgln di thl i td the statement anltde by Mlk(wary oln .'tly to in tihe" sherin s office. \\ itn'.s, lbsing Jlis decision upon hi. mUVlrs'ation. with M t;ei',ary arnd the lat It- s ;nation, was of the opinion that .\M t,'nlry was excited, but not insh. e. \Vit. n had heard M1 (t.;cary, while in the jail, tell his relatives Ih:h t hle had ] aits ill the head and couhl not sleep well. I)r. T. J. Sherrnn was next called to the ,t,d alndl as he hook the chair there was Sill 'necess~itate an adjoulrnmenti)t orl .1Mon1 day. 'I lTe document is almost completld, but oine points of it are yet to he written ii Illy antld the whole revised. I)urin the early lays of next week the pr1 ,,ident will consult oil parts of his les, ir-.,e with republlican leiaders iin congrecs, I:very incluiber of th. e tabinet ,,as lpresent. t ait t;oday's meeting. It was cotmparatively Uliif. lasting only about all hour. At its cnclutsion it was stated that In I:L i:.' of s.eiiolS Conse(0IlnctCe was tllirsallClttld, athtlough s.o le sulbjectcls of inllpoltallc e ,ele c.rnhiered briefly. S.critary Ilay brought with ihimi si,l iAtttnlents relating to tlthe stats of t]th li tcircsenltative in congrcss-.1)cc, 1,599 Joun, 1,30 Sproule, 462.. Si'preme court justice--IlollwuWay, 3,262 I )lic, 3,390; Cameron, 432. Judg4e of district court-McClcrnan, Noon, .3,197 ; Shropshire, 877. St;,t, er -'J'cwey, 2,283 ; Gilchrist, 2,747; Gills, 1,430. 4-r9? " oil; ... 3,5y67; Kilgallon, 2,161 ,1) i 7l, 1, ' oS ith, 3 86. ( unity cturk-- -V,'ston, 2, 152 Ryanu, 3,5 V~dT 1111 2,231 ;Anient, 472. OSBORNE HOUSE IS BRIIISH PROPERTY HANDSOME HOME OF THE QUEEN HAS BEEN GIN .. TO PEOPLE BY HIS MAJ f V EDWARD. l.~ml1n, Nov, - Ihe I).homh e estate~(el blll lirovidintg fir S2. trasfer tI0, (he ,iaut lioi of the (jsbor . u~tt ('lNedt, kIsl of \hV uIgut, fromii I " I'd wdtda, alitos' piioie 3y it tuutdiut the "i ill of the lati uenll~t~hi, passel$N Niil inuluig ii tl l Ihiemit of iii o I , this Ititiiu, utuil, e Nolot tritiI N ulle ing the l ing kli the Nuuje tj i n t , 1ii V irlt. s ii 11ich th ere has t~ictu uthI·IIII· II hlulluil: iil;11 ut ii ot liii k iuu tir,.t miuihpai taItio ('te . ini the k ~ing; fuirs ut piuu(' to peen ill lii. shr hntrsr wilt.' to hh(.r )( .1~ 1 1111 ·11:i1"tt. h i, iin~t1. huii4 Ihuulii\1i . , 'c,uiI hi 10, 111.i 111,ii 1 i it till i 1i l . t ii .. I lii :11tn tth. s 1. 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NQR(111S3, s Wh uldyll r: I It ilv II111 I mill P tllrny illy( '""I'Iiu"i II 'nla illly aW IllIl III . ;1 I I pIIIu. volln~liolli, Il(.lllill;; .:ills 1'l lloi·Ji:l, :(illl HInc o th alo1: lny I III~' Ill1 irl( o"Ii IIC1ur'the ý ll II) III. Iiio IIl)" and ill iccu lrtani c r i t i iiir I i ll I .It t. l ome f ~ul 'iull of th Ic ' i i~l thy fort ('1 ' ,1)11 asl !Ilc I!" 1111' , of Ill'. illlttll~ l (if l1ntI~C',S, Wit )11111 i I II 111111ln lli~~ 'Treasulrer- Ha2LlIr, 2,11,7 ; Fijivz, 2,672 Lung, 1,4 17 ; (;crsun, .156. Comitlty attorney- -ftrccn, .:5n,3 ; Teu; Asscssot- --llo\ owI, 2.1(,.); 1ulrr.tY, 3,-'26 Stzasburger, 1,191 ; Va1ti IIfvhn, 475. AuIditoz---CIossma, 2,()513; Ilartnctt, 3,188; Iluston, 1,195; riggerlllnn, 496. Superintendent of !chools--T.uuglhrin, 2,1)5; Laird, 2,985; 1t12.l;e, 1372 ; Jiuo (CIIl, 344. Coroner--Jlohnson, 1,3j8; Egan, 1,83j Tachel, 1,444. 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