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THREE KILLED AND
NUMBER INJURED
Sunset Limited, on Southern
Pacific, Crashes Into the
Eagle in Texas.
TRIO OF MEXICANS ARE
VICTIMS OF BLIND GOD
Bodies Are Burned, as They Could Not
8e Recovered-Long List of Wound
ed-Limited Was Going at Terrific
Speed When It Crashed Into Other
Train-Cars Were Telescoped.
BY ASO('cIAIrED PRI.55.
San Antonio, Texas, March a7.-The
Sunset limited of the Southern Pacific and
another passenger train collided at La
Coste, a8 miles west of here at 9:S$ last
night. Three passengers were killed and
nine injured. The bodies of the dead were
burned. They were: Guadalupe Cantce,
Monterey, Mex., Antonio Arizepe, Ca
banas, Mex., Mlanuel Trevino, Santos Sa
bines, Mex.
Injured: Nabor Flores, Monterey,
Mex., chest crushed; P. W Morrow, trav
eling passenger agent, Louisville & Nash
ville railroad. San Antonio, two ribs
broken; Miss Foster, Houston, Texas, hip
dislocated; Robert Harahan, brakeman,
San Antonio, arm broken, face bruised;
Miss A. Kistler, Great Bend, Pl'., arm dis
located; William Dobrawalski, San An
tonio, bruised; W. E. lieu, U. S. A. hol.
pital corps, Washington, D. C., leg
vrenched; John Quinn, engineer, bruised.
The three dead Mexicans were relatives
Of (;en. Gernnimo " revino of Monterery
who was on his way to San Antonio, ac
companied by his wife and son. Trevino
was not injured. The dead men were in
the compartment of the private car of Gen
eral Trevino.
Cars Were Telescoped.
The Pullman car in the rear telescoped
the private car, crushing them to death.
1 he bodies were not recovered until they
were burned in the flames that destroyed
the entire train.
The fire originated front the oil in the
tcn,jkrs. The trains were eastlound. The
first, the Eagle l'ass train, was standinig
on the main line at l.a (',ste. The cause
of thie stoip at l.a Cs,.. which is only a
s.:all place, is not known.
The Sunset limllitel was traveling at
grtelt speed when it crrih'ed ilnt the
l.ile Pal'ss train. The enicine of the
limited crashed throuuli a cal ti M.e which
was hitched tu the r h:ir of .ile lcgle P'a-4
train anl tice rear sieelper. '[Thi, car ill
turn telescopel the Tr'Irvilno, rivatle coach,
killing the ..lexicain. The cn.,ii.n of the
li:it'l was drstr.iyed.
N arlv all the injurel wr on tlhe lini
iterl. They were br.,i.. t t.i . 'S i .\i:t.i,.
POWER OF ASSESSORS ON
PROPERTY HELD IN TRUST
Important Decision. Affecting Milhlons of
Dollars Worth of Iowa Property,
to Go to Higher Court.
C:;i4. .;arch 27.-.A dispatch t te
Chr s.:.r a .e fsro Clhtu . lswa. says Jul,
\Voltie of the Srve;th juitlctal ditriht
has just rendered an in.sirtilnt deciton
regarding the power of assesors t., as
sess taxes on property in the hand. of a
trust company as a trustee. The court
holds that such property is liable to as
sesstnent before county anI city taxes.
The case at issue was that of the (,er
tnan Trust company versus the board of
review, the city assessor of Davenport
and the hoard of supervisors of Scntt
county. The amount is in the neighbor
hood of $700oo,oo, $a7,ooo of which is
owned outside of the state. Regarding
the securities owned outside the state, the
court says:
"For many purposes the domicile of the
owner is deemed the situs of her personal
property. This, however, is only a fic
tion for motives of convenience anld is not
of universal application, but yields to
actual situs of the property when justice
requires that it should. It is not allowed
to he controlling in matters of taxation."
Millions of dollars worth of property in
Iowa is affected by the decision. The de
fendant will carry the case to the supreme
court.
FactsFor Reflection
Butte Real Estate has and will pay better 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 I W. Broadway, Butte
BALDWIN HAS PRAISE
FOR BRITISH SAILORS
BY ASSOCIAMiD PRElS.
Boston, March 7t.-News dispatrhes
announcing the return of the British Ant
arctic expedition were shown yesterday
to E. B. Baldwin, the Arctic explorer, who
is in this city. Mr. Lisdwin noted parti
'F . 3 R I.·
5. B. Daldwin, the 4American Ezploer."r
cularly the statement that the expedition
lost nll of its dlogs frim aan intestinial
disease because 250 of the .t00o dl ygs Mr.
Btaldwin haid with him last year on the
il:tllwini-Zeigtler expedition died from the
sallle call.,(.
The animal t:akeln by the Btritish evpe
dition wirt, lltrchasedl from the %.n'.e I,,t
in Silberia fr.m which the IBabhwini Z/ikh r
,,,. ,. ere ,htas I. t, aIm from t the fat
WIFE HAS GONE OVER
Now the Husband Seems
to Be in a Way to
Cross the Divide.
to Y farr!, whic to.k Iia. siX It
ago·, Ii;is ttled in tin.. deat of the y.inl N
Pouhkteelic, N. Y., .March 7. IT'h.e
I manitic marritage of Pwer iof.,sur Icyllti.
dtr some year f principal of the pullii
scholr ct hislltrtn atnd Mis or ll, ,it Mi
I wbli,fe a da ihtr w of a rr althy .Miller
tou farmer, which toonk plact six lmontht
ahi thas coel d in tht dek th ofhe tell ill
tyhoifd. by tlyphoid fever at Ith .a. It i,
aid whenit th people for her. hged dirf.
Reynolds alt mt inistd that the weddiny.
date He mt for l was time after ik he hat i
completed his ,tudies at ('orncll, hilt .Mi.s
Hlamblen felt that Fhe could help hint a,
is wife aund it wat he arranged that hey
should be married and that she accompany
him to colleor. Last week .he eill ill of
typhoid. yer husband left hishe stiies int
the university to care for her. he mivht Cle o redi trl
last Tuesday.
Prof. Reynolr r was then striken and it
is announced that he cannot recover.
THEY WANT HER TO WRITE
BY ASS0( :All'! eaM 89.
New York, .March 17.---Since Mrs.
Chamberlain's return from South Africa
it is understood that she has ben ap
proached by many publishers in the hope
that she might consent to write the story
of her travels and impressions, but in
.very case she has expressed regret that
she cannot ettertain tile iroostl.
Mr. Baldwin concludes that they were all
infected before the time of the purchase.
T'hey suffered from disease of the kidneys,
intestines and liver, which, it is believed,
was due to a poison which grows in fried
fi.h.
('ronwrgiillU the rsclltq oif the British
AnIt:arctic cý.pdit ion MIr. Baldwin said the
w'irk of thIi cxpeition is miagnificent.
The %ciI iutifc rcsultl arc certainly very
gr:ati 3 log hilt~ed. 'flu record of the
i;irthct·t .siuthi and tlhe cnpe of the sricnti
fic wiork :aII go toj indicate the nl cessity of
Itij-hi:4 jI ipa i.p'c i~hly fit-I fir naiviga
liii in iho ii %oc i t :O I ilcovecry used
by fic Itrigi-li .\hlt:uritt es pet hituon.
BLIND ABLE TO SEE
Lorenz Method Restores
Man's Sight After
Two Years.
BY ASSIKI A IAD I' M S'.
Morrist an. N. J.. March 27.-After two
ytar, ,o total blindness (;elrge Lewis is
a'e to, wc. Ilis sight ha, eenC restored
by tlhe IL.orenz methodI of bloodless surgery.
Tt yeauis ago le felt a severe pain in
hi s rbflit eye. which then becamet inflamed
a1 lihe c,lllld not se.. Ilie tlent tO phy
Sici:an for treatmenl.t andl tlhy decided
that, iin order to save the sight of the
right eye. the left should be removed. The
operation was performedll, ut it gave no
reliief and Mr. L.ewis became totally blind.
A few weeks ago he heard that a New
Icrunswick physician had been using a
firm of I.orenlz method and to him he
Welit.
After the first treatment he could see
well enough to walk home and now, after
two weeks, he is able to read.
MISSIONARY SAYS CHINA
IS MORE PEACEFUL NOW
Thinks That There is Little Chance of
Another Outbreak-Safe Except
in Outlying Districts.
IY ASSOC('AIED I'Y1maS.
San Francisco, March 27.-Rev. R. T.
IRyan of the Southern Baptist church, who
for the last 17 years has been a missionary
ill (.hina, has reached this city en route
to his hItme in North Carolina.
lIe reports that the rumors of prospect
ive trouble frolml an insurrection in South
ern China have Ib een grcatly exaggerated.
Ile dIes not believe ally serious trouble
is to be alpprehended. The withdrawal of
the garrison from Shanghai recently
caused an idle rulmor to start to the effect
that trouble was about to arise. China
has, ill fact, according to D)r. Ryan, never
befor Ieen in such good condition for
the illvasi.,n of peaceful missionaries and
other foreigners.
Some incolvellience is always to be
feared ini out-of-the-way places from small
bands of insurrectioniists, but in the main
the country is not diiturbed..
BETTER MAKE IT ALL OVER
Silva Says Cuban Treaty Is Too Con
fused Now to Be of Any Account.
IBY ASSOC'IATED PalSS,
Hlavana, March a7.-Senator Silva of
the Cuban senate, who has been an advocate
of the reciprocity treaty with the United
States is quoted as saying:
"I ant inclined to the belief that the best
thilg would be to distirove the treaty; then
inegotiate another. The amendments seem
contfusing to us all. We have perfect con
fidence in President Roosevelt, but fear the
ameindments are in such shape that to
make a new treaty is preferable."
VANDERBILT WILLING TO PAY
Puts Up More Than He Really Has to In
Taxes at New York.
BY ASSOCIATED PrateS,
New York, March 57.-Alfred G. Van
derbilt, it is learned, has visited the tax
office and coinferrel with Commissioner
Strasbourger, to w'hom he explained that
most of his securities were invested in
non-taxable property not liasl!e for per.
suoal assesslments. He finally s4eowed to
t!ie satisfaction of Mr. Strats'ourger that
I!e was liable for assessment on only $tpo,
0oo; but he agired to an asscsaslent oa
IDE SAYS NiAIYES
ALL DESIRE PEACE
Member of Philippine Com
mission Thinks Prosperity
Will Soon Come.
INSULAR COA TABULARY
A FINE BODY OF TROOPS
Number Five Thousand Now, Officered
by Americans, and Are Doing Good
service With the Ladrones-Develop
ment of Education and Acquisition of
the English Language Is Coming On.
mY ASSOCIATED PRESR.
.i Francisco, March a2.-II. C. Ide,
mne'icer of the Philippine conmmission,
wih,, arrived today from the Philippines on
a hi.ve of absence, en route to his home
In \' rmont, said in reply to inquiry that
w.i i hie left the Island peace blessed them
aind he was happy to say the health boards
ulI, r the immnediate direction of the Phil
ipp m. commission had stamped out Asi
at' cholera, which caused the death of
so ,, io natives.
" lic sa.me conditions exist in the Philip
pi.,x that existed in the south and sounh
w , ;after the civil war. There have al
wa s . ,cen bands of ladrones who oatin|
ovi r the country, robbing their own. people,
an I the govermuent is obliged to cope with
the:m by constabulary. lie said the in
su' r constabulary numbered 5.50o llen
wlh, were commanded by American of
fit cr4.
These men were natural hunters and
th. ) pursued the marauders with zest and
nr arly always captured them.
onmmissioner Ide said further: "Con
ditins in the Philippines are constantly
improving. )ne meets with discouraging
featiures, but after six months you will see
a marvelous improvement in the develop
,mc:;t of education, the acquisition of the
E:ilish language, the construction of
roali the creation of public nmprovements
awl the police and the civil courts. When
oiw, looks at the progress that has been
ma;,lc it fills one with wonder that so much
ha- been accomplished.
"I lhe great mass of people in the Philip
pih.~ want peace and are anxious to co
op, rate v ith the American government.
TIh v know and see that the path of pro
gr,-, is by co-operation with tlhe Amcri
ca^m authorities."
ONLY A FEW HOURS ARE
LEFT FOR REGISTRATION
If You Have Not Recorded Your Name,
You May Not Be Able to Vote for
the School Trustees.
ien the linter Mountain goes. to preis
int there will be only a few hours left
.gitration by those who want to vote
.choolI election. The registry offices
his purpose have been open since
,teslay morning, and they will not
for good till to o'clock tonight. and
,any voters who should have the gov
ernnment of tle public schools at heart
have not registered.
The citizens of Butte have placed an
exccllent ticket in the field for toe suf
fr;ages of the people. It consists of P. J.
B',,phy, II. A. Gallwey and E. A. Ford.
If these gentlemen are elected the schools
of Itutte will he maintaine on their pres
oet high plane.
The total number of voters registered
last night, contrary to expectation, bwas
onlly about .,oo. There are io,ooo or
more in the district. This shows a great
dtal of neglect on the part of citizens who
shtold show a greater interest in this
matiter.
It is not to be supposed that this class
of citizens mistakenly think that their city
rcgistration entitles them to vote at the
school election. Anybody who has made
that mistake should rectify it at once.
You must he registered twice if you want
to vote at hoth elections.
Thle registration offices are again pub
lishlcd for the benefit of people w-ho may
not have registered as yet:
I'rcinet t-Allie Conway, agent; office
38 We\\'t Daly street, Walkerville.
I'recinct a-Miss Lizzie Lee, agent:
oftlie rear t19 East Daly street, Walker
vill.
I'rccinct .-Mrs. Kate Norris, agent:
ofine ,31. North Montana street, Center
ville.
P'rcinct 4-Ellen Crowley, agent: office
I I;ast Center street, Centerville.
I lcinict s-Mary Sheehan, agent; office
, \\'rWet Woolman street, Butte.
I'l.hinct 6-Miss Josle Holland, agent;
o0 , .t 5 IEast Summit street. Butte.
I'i,cinct 7-John M. Sullivan, agent;
noft I ' East \Voolman street, Butte.
'recinct R-Kate Merkle, agent; oonce
3 \West Quartz street, Butte.
I',cinct 9-Lottie Smith, agent; office
act Iast Granite street, Butte.
I '(inct to--Cecil H. Burke, agent;
oil ,l cKee-Clark printing office, on West
(.;r:: ite street, Butte.
I'i cinct i t-Miss Madge Sheehan,
a., ut : office 4 East Broadway, Butte.
u'lrinct ia-Mrs. M. Smith, agent:
ofl v Tallent block, Butte.
IPrcinct i3-Mrs. M. J. Dunn, agen.;
of, c 425 East Park street, Butte.
Precinct 14-Miss Bessie Snow, agent;
oflici zoa South Arizona street, Butte.
Precinct is-O. M. Hall, agent; office
6-.! West Park street, Butte.
Precinct 16-E. M. Tower, agent; office
6.31 South Placer street, Butte.
Precinct 17-Mrs. M. J. Geiger, agent;
oalce 424 North Excelsior avenue, Butte.
I'reciuct 8--Miss Pierce, agent; office
62_ South Colorado street, Butte.
Precinct r--Annie bullivan, agent; of
fiee t) East Platinum street, Butte.
Precinct so-Lottie McDermott, agent;
office 438 East Park street, Butte.
Precinct at-Mrs. C. Jinks, agent;
ollice 7o5 South Arizona street, Butte.
Precinct sa-Mrs. Lulu Shephard, agent;
oftice 703 East Galena street.
Precinct a3-R. M. Hover, agent; office
.241 Garden avenue, Butte.
, Precinct 24-Sarah J. Blend, agent;
office 316% Warren avenue, Butte.
Precinct ss-Mrs. Mary F. Rhodes,
agent; office 6s Main street, Meaderville.
Precinct ad-Mrs. Mary Norton, agent;
oline mooo California avenue, Butte.
Precinct s--W. E. Headings, agent;
ofcce Soe Harrison avenue, opposite Glen
cot saloon.
I'Prcinct aS-A. Roeheleau, agent; office
Nin -Mile house.
I'recinct sg-Mrs. R. T. Tretheway,
tvm; oatie near Davis' store Williams.
but6,+
FULL TICKET PUT
UP BY LABORITES
Alderman From Fourth Ward
is the Only Vacancy on
List Decided Upon.
NO OPPOSITION TO THE
GENTLEMEN ON TICKET
Aims and Policy of the Party Cause of
Discussion-J. E. MoNally Is Nomi
nated for City Treasurer and W. H.
Arnold for Police Magistrate-Repre
sentative Men Named for Aldermen.
The labor party, which heretofore turned(
downl the United Copper crowd cold by
the nomination of Larry Duggan for mayor
against the United Copper nominee, Pat
Mullins. last evening clinched the matter
by putting up a full ticket, minus an alder
man from the Fourth ward, where there
was a dearth of candidates, for the forth
coming city election.
There has been a great deal of talk
lately of Mr. Duggan withdrawing from
the labor nomination for mayor and from
the political fight. The action of the labor
party last night at an adjourned meet
ing of its city convention forever put at
rest those idle rumors, circulated by the
anti-trustite-populist outfit, against Ddg
gan and in the interest of Mullins by the
action named.
The Ticket.
The colvention of the labor party met
at Judge liarney's courtroom and put up
the following strong ticket:
For Treasurer-J. E. McNally, a well
known memler of the Carpenters' union.
For Police Magistrate-W. H. Arnold,
former justice of the peace in Silver Bow
township.
Aldermen :
First ward--William Murray.
Second ward-James Shea.
Third ward-Patrick Boyle.
Fifth ward-H. T. Lewis.
Sixth ward-F. H. Young.
Seventh ward-James T. Pace.
Eighth ward-Joseph Bryant.
'There was no opposition to the nomina
tion of any of the gentlemen who grace
the labor ticket, lnut there was consider
able discussion of the aims and policy of
the labor party and of the subject of
what h::as been done toward fusion with
other parties on the lesser nominations,
which were left vacant when Duggan was
made the standard bearer of the party.
McGrath Chairman.
The meeting was opened by Ohairman
J. J. McGrath, and Mr. Duggan and other
members of the fusion committee reported
to the convention that an effort to secure
a fusion with Duggan as the mayoralty
candilate had been made in conference
with the conferees of the anti-trust party,
but without success.
After that the question of putting up
a full ticket was discussed. 'Mhere was
sollle opposition to that, but the United
Copper push, was weaker at this meeting
of the convention than at the original one,
and the genuile labor men of the conven
tion carried the day and put up the ticket.
One of the features of the meeting was
the nomination of Joseph Bryant for the
office of alderman in the Eighth ward.
Bryant is an exceedingly new recruit in
the labor party. lie was a republican
until the recent republican convention,
but he soured of that party then because
he failed of the republican nomination
for alderman in his ward.
Central Committee.
After the nominations for the offices
had been made, the convention selected
the following city central committee:
First ward-Mike Ryan.
Second ward-William Walsh.
Third ward-Ed Day.
Fourth ward-F. B. Axtelt.
Fifth ward-P. M. Barso.
Sixth ward-Joe Harrington.
Seventh ward-William A. Payter.
Eighth ward-E. J. Pelletier.
The central committee was empowered
Attend Leyson's
Big Auction
SATURDAY
Special Sale of Office
Clocks and Regulators
Special Saturday Night Sale
STEAM HEATED MODERN
APARTMENT HOUSE FOR SALE.
Write us for ALFALFA FARMS, LANDS, CITY PROPERTY, Building Lots
For Sale on Easy Terms Without Commission
IFree Conveyances at Our Offices to Show You the Property.
We Loan Money on the best Real Estate Security and collect and remit Intereit and
principal when dJe without charge, WbtITE US FOR LOANS AND INVEST
ME.NTS. All papers carefully prepared.
NORTH REAL ESTATE, LOAN & TITLE 6O
BILLINGS, MONTANA.
Black
Raven .r
Whiskey
Eight Years Old
We bottle and guarantee the purity
and age of this whisky.
Full quarts, $z; four full quarts,
$J.4o.
Sent by prepaid express to any point
on the railroad in Montana or Idaho.
MacGregor
Malt Whiskey
The best Malt Whisky to be had
anywhere at any price. Full quarts,
$12rS; four full quarts, $4.oo.
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NBWBRO
DRUG eO.
Largest Drug House ia the State.
109 N. Maim St.. Butte.
MMe. SKELTeN'S
S S
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A
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HAIR SWITCHES
During the reminder of this week
You Save $1.50 to $2
on Every Switch.
Complete line to select from; quality
the best. Call and see for yourself.
MME. SKELTON
210 West Broadway
to fill all vacancies that might occur in
the ticket and the convention then ad
Journed.
HE CALLS HER VILE NAMES
At Least, So Alleges Wife in This Suit
For Divorce.
SPECIAL TO TIIE INTER MOUNTAIN.
Red Lodge, March at.-For calling her
vile names and otherwise abusing her Mrs.
Alberta M. Robertson has commenced an
action for divorce against her husband,
George W. Robertson, a ranchman.
They were married in Livingston, August
so, 1894. She recites numerous instances
of his calling her vile names. There are
two children and she asks for provision
for their keeping.
For the safe investment and rapid ac
cumulation of your surplus, talk with
Giles, No. 79 West Broadway, Butte.

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