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ACCIDENTAL DEATH IS
THE JEWELL VERDICT Safeguards Had Been Put Around Place Where He Was Killed. That John Jewell was killed by acc| dent was found by the coroner's inquest last evening. \\% tnesscs told what they knew of the tragedy at the Burns reduc tion works, and every statement pointed to the fact that the man's clothing had becn caught by set scrcos on the shaft ing; that he had Icren whirled about and finally da:hdc to the floor and his skull crushedl. The body was taken frnm Sherman & RHid's Indertaking rooms to to the home of the mither at ;o8 I:.ast Park strcet. From there the funeral will be held. Jrewell wa:s ily a2 years cl, lie had Ibeen marrio I fr a short time and was known as a, itdusitrirus antl sober young A\t the Iint slihre the accidentlt oc curred safegu:ardls hald heen placed by the company. a ni all e vience tro1',hll to show that it. hIllpr ring was uatl.s idable so far as thie :ei.lbi:c.s are cencereed. BUTTE MAN INVENTS AN UP-TO-DATE PLANE Jerry W. Kirby Has Patent on That Which Will Fill a Long-Felt Want. Itutte has no ittenti ,,n of ,I*r .l I p i g into ht: ranks o ,f the ( has . -I eal . S IIhl ,tlnl s to keel, tp in the froi .t rank an;il ut(.tf e to turn .tit gentl -. s at the ri Talir rllte pr month. This timie .he has pr0,Itt .i a reniusiU wh, has acicnplishl "isithtm that is rtaliy us, fu. lls. iiollu nti is .ia plaini ,!,ne, no conplain, amit ; t re is n-,thing aesithetic a.buit it -hei mio. hinl is inttcn ,Il fur ,business. ( )n Mar'h . piatent was Isued tIo Jerry W. Kirby of this. city. cov ering all the rightl in the (ljtel States, to al illro, ve- plane, soirkini oin a new plan tn it, l ly ro y simiii ar ily r itl itr t hertu to..re on the iult ket. li h lti ,t plane t.tel y ctarfpentersi was commlpo. of ' -mml. 'hI, s'c.ndi liic was entir ly mmanlpo,.dI f ir it, . il, it was found to pr' tic' a greait a i:u nitlt f fric.tin. A plane .. as thiln inv'enteI hav in.g a tinted tittmin. Ihe ,bijec.tini t" this lait instru ment smas that in rnn'tiiu uir soft twol the fluting semraol. l the fiui h fromi thie Ilo rl n and at time.s sl;i ., ',l a sI 0e. The tool inveit.lI by .1r. Kirby is oper ;ated by n-manm of an automait tic roller. WILL RESUME HUNT FOR R[MAINS OF RAILWAYMAN Search tor Body of Super intendent Egan to Be Made Soon. siIi IA. TOi TIlE INTI Mit'iNTAIN. Kalispetll, March "5.- As Soin as the Itsnow ilt ts in the lmountains in the vitin ity of liltiont, where Supert inte.tdent 'ig.un lIost his life last wiiit-r while hunting. the -starch for his body will be restciilm . I )all lDooly, living near Nyack, lhas received a htter from 11i. G. [1gan, brother of the dleadil man, asking him to take up the starch. American Lost in Paris. Paris. March -5.--The Paaris editin of the Netw folk Iltrili tiatls that C. I). Davis- , minat.iger of tle I'.iris bank of ' homas t('o.,k & Sits, disappe;ared last T'hursday when s ht dinll at a restaurant with smie frietus. lie has nimt been seentt since. It is thought his minid became tent. portrarily untulimlancetd in cotnsequtnce of the recent death of his slaughter. REGISTER TODAY. Facts FoReflection Butte Real Estate has and will pay bctter returns on your investment than any city on earth. WHY SO? Because people will listen to knockers-the man who has had confidence in Butte, has invested his money in Butte realty has grown rich; the greater the confidence the richer he got. STOP CROAKING When you are dead and gone your posterity will see a greater Butte than now. GET IN LINE Get good inside property and improve it and join the crowd of prosperous men-look around you-there are thousands who never will sell their Butte realty well placed; because there is nothing in the country they can get the same increase and interest out of on their money. Can we show you. THE THOMPSON COMPANY INSURANCE, LOANS - I1 W. Broadway, Butte 'i 1 i 1 \\W hen tilI l. .tl. iit .uiher ;I.:lI the roll.r is even i t11 the r. e t. \\. ,ll t tlhe' 1.1n' is drawn i ., k the. ; antt111;tC r,,lli. r rt11 , . 1 i ,r Iward ' . 1 , i, i tl wae tiw t tii, - It thi'en. t1 e ,a .ini t ii t bit i o the I l' tIn ,i,,t ti t drag lvp.r th te ,tri rt i'iil. Thu t1.e. i f t11.t her"L. th: is ts e I i' to latle h:,s I , ,.l" c j- t er l h. eavy aft. i awl: l.iir., li tneh r thIl t iit ij I..,s ' I.h i ntis in, rlunelll t its t;i l lit Ire '. .d str 'l. w e.i l illng t ti, ul ,lr th ..ip t I t 4i is mhi a,.1 e I the l1 I,,.,, anI l ,,.11In, f,,r a.lh,, t h lf pl it. lht e rollers are h.,ll,,w ald are ,u arrn.lll;,e that th.r' arc two, sp:.rat, planes, ,,ne ball 1,t.lri.g and the other on1 I1 front of the tu ting hit there is an auttatu c i ght adjuster. \\ihefn therr is a lh ft, t il the rllers the y Ilmaly be taken Ilout a. 1d new n.cs ins,, rted. In short pltlr,, the rllers are small, while in joinited ul ,l.,. th ,ey a tre I irt. a llla I fniw. A aln l.n.,r of t ltterin,.: of rsll , have Ib (n re'-.i,'ed hI t a' ihventor from pe.r-,'n ., w h, ;are i:.ter, to : anl desire 1, purchase an inl.tr., in. the p,i..it right.s. .\11int }o pt l c'en|t of the crpn nit r., wt ho have se.tn the elwt de.vice have :adopted it. At pres . t no ofters of putr'hal c are ru,, id| red as it is e r, .a!,h, that a cImt1 y ll he f.,rm.'d to pm--h the invention as 511111 as the patent, in foreign count' is are se AFTER FORTY YEARS HE IS TO MARRY HIS WIFE ,ow Came, Went, Made a Fortune, but She Had Been Divorced. IIY \1 O) 14 I lt I'I '" :;`'i , Niw Ititldfrl, Ma!.ts., lrhii 5.- .\fttr a.. aitiete of .lo years liLttin l), of Newark, N. J t, iwho acrutnulttlii a for time out \\-.,. i. tI, r lm:a ry his w ip. ,,ow s,int tiu e tiler his i a:rriiagl lis apprari,' d. ..avi. g w,111. . l that I(- wouldl tint re-tI ll ti til ii" h tl . male his f, ritt . an:l .I l ,t i hwi i wi t ii i a Lill r htn111,.. dlv,,r i . :1ld %,% s ml trri .l, It 'I"pt.inll ..,r ia l w pe Iars ago and I),,w c:.llln llr. Ifr the \\, t-, aus , n. . l'i' g his f,,rmrr ,w ite, askcd her to r,,iarry hint. Sihe c.n .Snt..d tanl t il marria-ge will take place Sul:day. It is all right for St. Lttuiis to ad.vertise that its "$St,,u. ,u,,o miwatly" will be strictly moral. "1 hI.u Iitht trte high .re always susp.icious.. "Salvati.on only is free." IWO DEAD WHILE ANOTHER IS DYING Maddened Lover 8hoots Wo man Believed to Be Faith. less-Kills Himself. CHANCE WITNESS TO THE TRAGEDY MAY DIE ALSO Triple Shooting at Gilt Edge, Where W. P. Patterson Takes Revenge Upon Mrs. B. Hediger, Who, He Thoeght, Was Paying Attention to Another Man -She Was to Have Married Him. S ' t' !. TO TIfE INTER iMOUNTAIN. Gil4 Ihlue, tMarch J5.-Maddened *it,. je.:loulsy blecause he believed that Mr-. I;trnc.y Ilc.rcger, a married woman witi whomt ,h he had been living and whom hi exlpctcl to marry as soon as site soulI prui Ire' a divorce from her husband, was pa;yinig attention to another man, W. 1'. I'attersoln shot and killed the woman f.t: lly woiudedii Jack Pierce and then kill. I himself. 'I h. murder and suicih i,, ea lrr.,, I re at the home of M rs. Ell., 1.,. where M'rs. Ilidiger was staying. I'.: t rn ..iwent t the Lee house, aoil itnding Mrs. Iledliger at the stove cookinm. .cIJlllcd her with her faithlclsne'., kn..iked her d(wn . aitnd, drawing a pist . shlt her tiice'. ()OII bullet entered the holly undehr the right arm, coming ol' a.,e the collar lime. The other entere I the hIa,:l just ;,aove the ear, carrying :its y a iportion of the skull and enteril;, the brain, instantly killing the woman. J.ck 'ierce, who was upstairs, hurritle down too the scene of the tragedy, and - hle enlteredi tihe rooim, Patterson shot hi.t in the breast. l'atterson then turned the gilt t:,,pont himse.lf. firing a bullet through hii brain and de ing instantly. RItsi. Ice., the .- year-old daughter of .Mrs. LeeI. was inl the rooml all the time,. :l she fled, spreading the alarm. When ciighbolrs arrived the I ledilger woacin andiI I'.tte.rion were lying in a pool of hibl uponl the floo r, and f'ierce lay near y,. MIortally wounIded. The latter may 'The cirorler and countty attorney ar rived ,iicon after the shooting and an in Iluert resultcd in a verdict of murder atel suicide. It app.ars that the Ihleliger woman in tendehil to ctmmn.iee divorce proceeding. againist hter lhusbandi a rancher, living near here, that shce mlight lmairry Patterson. In the pi Akits of the latter was a letter in which iii, stated that he and the woman Ihad Ibecn married in )ltever on September Safter going there from Glendilve. Danger of Colds and Grip. The greatest danger front colds and grip is their resulting in pnetUmonia. If rea sonahl, care is used, however, and Cham hielain's Coiuitg Remedy taken, all danger will be avoidrd. Among the tens of thou sands who have used this recmely for t' ese discr;.ee we have iet to learn of a siingle rase having resulted in pnemnonia, which shows concluively that it is a certain p're Selntive of that dangerous disease. It will cure a cold or an attack of the grip in less time than any other treatment. It is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by l'axcion & Rockefeller, Newbro Drug Co., Christie & Leys, Newton Brol. TORONTO THEATER IS BURNED DOWN JANITOR AND FAMILY HAVE NAR ROW ESCAPE FROM SUFFOCA TION SCENERY BURNED. UiY II , i ALi, Ia list. Tn s r . 1u.i. .Il , Ii -b -.'. lhe Toront i1t';, hl~~,~aw . lua, Id t"l:ay. T'he est, . , I .... . $ .. . 'l v fire is sui; l I,,, d t I, have ,.I in~ates id frat clectr, witcs in Iti ' box alice. C('aret;aker t 'hlarma: (,ia (u n'ied rooslllls (I the thi i ,l floo,,r with his twif :I I three chi! ldrel. 'l . h rrt la y ,r e Ic a., a-d I tlulfocatio.. Sullitian. lHarris & Wa.. Is. the aproprieltoir of th.e "king of I),etectives". company, h -t all their scene.ry and coatutll'es. They pIia,' their las at $1io.u. RULES TO GOVERN THE SUPREME COURT TRIO May Not Absent Themselves Without Permission-Other Regulations and Duties as Specified. Helenai, March s.- "I he rules that will govern the actions of tile supreme court tucommiussionl which ii to A commlllence its tdio ties April i, have Iaecn promulgated by thel tsupremle court. The comnlmissioln.ers ar, required to ,e in their oflices during thI week dlays front u:j , a. m. until 5 p. tI. and noht to absent themselves without per mission from the chief justice. When de sired by the court the commissioners shall sit in the courtroom during argumentS. The court shall designate which causes the commissioners shall hear and determine whether the court or the commlissio bhall prepare the opinion. Continuing the rules declare: "Upon determination the duty of preparing the opinion may be assigned to any commis sioner. When prepared such opinion shall he signed by the commissioner who shall prepare it, with the concurrence or non currence of the other commissioners in dorsed thereon. It shall then be submitted to the justices. If approved by them or a majority of them, it shall have such ap proval appended to it in writing, signed by the justices, and shall thereupon become the opinion of the court. The court shall then cause to be entered in the journal the proper order. "The stenographer to the commission shall be in attendance at his office during the working hours of the commission as designated herein, and he shall be under their direction to assist them in the per formance of their duties." A $5,000 Haul. Chicago, March as.-Thieves drove off with a wagon loaded with s7 cases of mer chandise valued at $5,ooo from in front of the Chicago, Burlington & Ouincl freight station last night while the drive was In side with his freight receipts. O'FARRELL FUNERAL IS TO TAKE PLACE HERE The body of John O'Farrell, the Butte pioneer who died at Sacramento, Cal., yesterday morning, will lie for two days The late Mr. O'Farrell. at the home of M. P. Lavelle, 85s West Granite street. Thie funeral will take place from the residence to St. Pat rick's church. There a requiem mass will lie s.ing. The burial will take place at the family lot in the Catholic cemetery. The date of the funeral will be an nounced tomorrow. The exact time at which the body will arrive in Butte is not yet known. Mr. ()'Farrell was well known in this HERE IS A CHANCE TO GET INTO A C000 JOB Civil Engineer and Super intendent of Construc tion Needed by U. S. The United States civil service com mirio annullllnces that on May 5 and 6 an ex.ininatiin will be held in this city fir the position of civil engineer and su periltendeltt of couistructiun in the quar termasttcr' dcep:rtlmlelt t large. Any citizen of the L'nited States who is moire than 'o years of age is cligible to take the cx:aliination. lit s nsl. de .irinlg to compll ete i.hoald aplply at once to tic Lnited States civil SlvCIA colm:lllliirion or to the secretary of the local leard for Forms .p., and 375. iilih sh,,utl he properly e.xecuted and h!hd with tae conuiwinniml at Washington. l ih,- %hi art inatlle to file their formal appllic ,tio s and who notily the colllnlis sin (t this fact, either by letter or tele tr;iphi. with the reIqIust that they lie per Ittted to take the examination, will be etxaincd., provided their requests are re c l, i, t., at the cinl.nii siotl in sutfl:iietlt time It sh p txamination pIaptrs. It is expected it,:t iroi th, eligibles resulting from this ex.unintation,. ctltitication will blie made to the ou.i.iiin of civil engineer and su Ia Iint.endtnt of construction in the quar It I mastcer's delartmlent-at-large, at Fort Scttllig,. Minn., at a salary of $t.5-io per ytar, anli to other similar vacancies as th y mniy occur. The examinatiiin will eut'.ist of the following subjects: Mathe l;litics, 'se anid Care of Instrumllents, 'Iheory and Practice of Surveying, Prac tical Questions "n Building, Material, Dratwing, Ediucation and E:xperience. MISS MARY S. HILL WEDS J. Scott Harrison of Washington, D. C., Is the Groom. Yi ECIAL TO THe INI't.R MOUNTAIN. Helena, March js.-J. Scott Hlarrison of Washington, U. C., and Miss Mary S. llill, daughter of Mrs. A. F. Hill, a former resident of Fort Blentonu were married here last evening, at the home of the bride. The bridegroom is United States inspector of surveys and a cousin of the late lIenjamin Harrison. The bride is an old F:ort lienton resident and has a host of friends in, Montana. The couple left last evening for their future home in Washington, I). C. CHECK FOR A PALTRY $28 Son of Wealthy Honolulan Jailed for Alleged Forgery. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS, Portland, March as.-Captain George C. Allen, son of a wealthy lumberman of llonolulu, was arrested last night on a charge of forging a check for $a8. Allen has a sister living in Portland and he himself Is well known In this city. PAINTINGS BY WACHTMAN ,Y ASSOCIATED PRESS. New York, March as.--A sale of 98 paintings by the late George H. Wacht man, who was often called "The Ameri can Millet," realised $z6,6io. The highest prices paid were for "Dry ing Sails," for which Colonel L. C. Freer of Detroit gave $Soo, and "Ni agara," which brought $sro. The general average of prices was good. city. He was Interested In mining during his long residence here and at Anaconda. He came to Montana 8S years Sgo from Nevada. He was born in Ireland in s824, coming to America at an early age. Two of his children are the only ones of the family surviving the deceased. These are M. J. O'Farrell of Butte and Sister Mary Victor of St. Mary's, Indi ana. Mrs. O'Farrell died about three years ago in Anaconda. She and two of the children have been buried in the plot where the remains of John O'Farrell will be placed. CLERK WAS CALLED TO THE PHONE A .MINUTE While Gone Two Men at Jewelry Counter Took $5,000 Worth. 85 BY '.?.SO IAIT D PRfSS. Omaha, Neb,.. March 25.-Yesterday afternoon two nlmn entered the jewelry store of E. II. I lubrman and walkd uit with two trays containing diamlln,:s of the value of $5.uuo. The men retquteted to he lhowntl the gems and while they were lokilng at tlhen the clerk was callerd to the telephonc, lie left the t ays upot the showcase :and upon his return the men had disappeared, taking the dia mnonds with them. PENNSYLVANIA HAS DISASTROUS BLAZE CAR BUILDING BURNED AT FORT WAYr E-DAMAGE IS ESTI MATED AT $100,000. RY AS ;OC('AI I 11 RI 55. Fort Wayne, Indl.. March .5.--A large part of the car building plant of the I'Penn sylvania railroad at this place was destroy ed by fire this morning. Part of the main building. 35 finished cars and inmm,nse stores of materials were destroyed. The loss is between $75,000 and $,no.,oo. CANNERIES IN BRISTOL BAY REGION DEVASTATED Tidal Wave of October Last Did More Damage Than Was Thought-Will Put Up Price of Fish. Seattle, March 25.-Full particulars of the havoc and destituti(on wrought by the tidal wave which swept over Bristol Bay in October last, lashed its fury on the Nushagak Koggiung atul Naknek rivers Salmon canning prolprties have heen re ceived here, having been sent down by special (log train to Chignitz and then by mail steamer to Valles. The indications are that the damage is much greater than first reported and w ill probably have a very serious effect on the prospective pack of Alaska salmon in those districts for the season of 1903. The advices are to the effect that out of a total of a3 canneries which operated last season on Bristol Bay, 13 have been STEAM HEATED MODERN APARTMENT HOUSE FOR SALE. Write us for ALFALFA FARMS, LANDS, CITY PROPERTY, Building Lots For Sale on Easy Terms Without Commission Free Conveyances at Our Offices to Show You the Property. We Loan Money on the best Real Estate Security and collect and remit interest and principal when due without charge. WRITE US FOR LOANS AND INVEST MENTS. All papers carefully prepared. NORTH REAL ESTATE, LOAN & TITLE CO BILLINGS, MONTANA. Bargain in Rubber Goods Yellowstone Fountain Syringes, fully guaranteed: a-quart Syrdnge .................45C 3-quart Syringe .................oec 4-quart Syringe .................oc Household Fountain Syringe, best quality goods, in pasteboard box: a-quart Syringe ................. s 3-quart Syringe ............... oo 4-quart Syringe .............:.. 1.aS Murray Fountain Syringe, rapid flow, in polished hardwood box; guaranteed best quality rubber: a-quart Syringe ................ o0 3-quart Syringe ............... I aS 4-quart Syringe ............... r so Household Hot Water Bottle, a quart, 6oc; 3-quart, yoc; 4-quart, 8uc. NBEWBRO DRUG eO. Largest Drug House nla the State. 109 N. Main St., Batte. New Goods In Spring Novelties HAVE ARRIVED And we are showing an elegant line of wristbags, bracelets, bead chains, copper hatpins, sash pins and waist sets. Butte copper souvenirs, such as book. marks, paper knives, letter openers r.nd a large variety of spoons. Prices range front 25e to 6oc. Towle & Winterhalter Jewelers and Opticians 28 West Park St.,Batte, Mont. MMB. SKELTON'S S S P E A C I L A L E HAIR SWIlTHES Du ring the reminder of this week You Save $1.50 to $2 on Every Switch. t'Lmph tc line to select from; quality t.h. bt.t uilI and see for yourself. MME. SKBLTON *210 West Broadway ,lanmagel to such an extent that 4t will be imlt)posible to miake repair. in time to put uip ilore than half the pack at the very tatmost. and it is further stated that five large aiid important plants have been liter. ally awrpt out of existence. As the districts covered by the rivers on ljristol ay are those from which is derived a gireat portion of the red salmon iput up in Alaska-last season 's pack alunotltinlg to over I,ooo,ooo cases--iand as the tot l paick of igoo of red saltmon, whtile plhettomcrnal, was ineuffiedent to fill thle ra.qutirc. cts of the trade. The prices of red ;\laka salnon in the immediate fu tare aill, in all protability,be mttuch higher that at prcsent. In fact some authorities are of the opimion that the price of this granle of stllmon will go up at once so as to force inlto consumption more rapidly than. cvcr before lower grades, of which there is a visiale supply sufficient to meet ilormlnl tlcnlllds. REGISTER TODAY.