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HIS KNIFE AND RUN AMUCK Joseph Young Arrested on the Charge of Trying to Stab Female Relatives. WIFE AND SISTER-IN LAW OBJECTS OF IRE Terrorizes South Main Street Lodging House With a Frog-Sticker and Warns Off Male Inhabitants of the Place With Threats of a Cannon-Cut One About the Hand With His Knife and Struck Another Several Times. Joseph Young is accused of tryIt to stab isi wife and his sister-in-law. Wit nesses claim that the man terrorized the guests of a South Main street lodging house early this morning. lie was finally arrested by Policemen Walsh and North. Young, it is stated, brought his wife to the place at an early hour in the morning and asked for a room. The woman was in terror at the time and the landlady says that for this reason she refused to let the apartment. He then asked for his sister in-law, who rooms in the place. Failing to get admcission when he knocked at her door he tried to force it. The woman re sisted him and during the struggle he cut her about the hand. By this time the entire place was aroused. Those men who tried to ap proach Young were, it is stated, warned off by the threat that he had a revolver and intended to use it. Meantime he displayed his knife freely. The landlady telephoned for the police and, during the interval awaiting their arrival, she managed to keep Young in the place. Young is charged with heating and abusing his wife, whom, it is stated, he struck during the trouble several times. le was released on $o50 bonds, pending his hearing tomorrow before P'ulice Magis trate Boyle. REGISTER TODAY. GUNS IN PLAY AND SEATTLE IS IN TRIBULATION Cars Are Running, But the Streets Are Full of Tough Fellows. DY ASSOCIATi:D I'PISS. Seattle, Wash., March 27.-Guns were brought into play shortly after the begin ning of the second day of the street car strike, but fortunately none were fired and no blood has yet been shed. The novelty of the situation has worn off and the crowds of toughs and hoodlums who have gathered upon the streets and who in terfere with the ears that are running, have become riotous mobus with no respect for the rights of any person or for the pro. tection to which the property of everyone is entitled. At the beginning of operations this morning the street car company sent out four cars into the suburbs and on the to lines. At so o'clock arrangements were being made to start a Grant street car. This gives cars on two lines on which there were no cars yesterday, Yesler Way and Grant street. The company has erected bunks at the Olive street car barns and has provided also for meals to be served there so that the men whom they secure may not be sub alitted to the danger of attacks from strikers or their friends. In pursuance to a request from President Furth, Mayor Hlumes this morning appointed as special policemen all inspectors of the street car company and several of the men who have been engaged to take out cars, i8 appoint mnents having been made. The result is that motormen this morn. Ing are wearing the official stars. CARL DOWOELL IS HOLDING HIS OWN UNLESS BLOOD-POISONING SETS IN, VICTIM OF IRATE FATHER MAY GET WELL AGAIN SOON. SPECIAt. TO THElt INTER MtOr'NTAIV. Missoula, March 27.-Carl Dowdell is reporteJ to be holding his own. The youlg man who was stabbed by J. L. Young, while in a precarious condition, has a chance of pulling through providing blood poisoning does not develop. It is felt that today is the crisis in the case, and that if he passes it successfully he may pull through. So far as known Bessic Young, the girl in the case, has not gone near the jait to see her father, and has shown more Inter est in the condition of her wounded lover. Levee Giving Away. New Orleans, March s7.-The first cre. vasse in Louisiana occurred at midnight, s5o feet of the levee near Lucy, 40 miles above this city, giving away, It is the dividing line between St. Charles' and St. John's parishes. It is a big levee four feet above the water and is presumed to have been cut. In Answer to Shaw. BY ASSOCIATED PRSSt, Washington, March 7.--The first re sponse to the offer of the secretary of the treasury to refund the 3 and 4 per cent bonds into a per cent consols was re ceived today. The National banks at Richmond, Vsa., announced their readiness to exchange $68o,ooo at the secretary's offer. VIICEHT ROONEY'S SUIT FOR DAMAGES Litigation Brought By His Father Against N. P. and the Short Line. DID HE CLIMB ON OR WAS HE PUSHED UNDER CARS? Important Point Upon Which Suit Hangs -Young Rooney Received His Injuries When the Montana Soldiers Came Back From the Spanish War-Has Been Unable to Work With Ease. The question whether Vincent Rooney attempted to climb upon one of the special trains bringing the Montana soldiers back from San Francisco or whether he was pushed by the crowd underneath the wheels as the train passed the Oregon Short Line depot at HButte on the after noon of October a3, IARoo, is the issue in volved in the damage suit Rooney's father is prosecuting against the Northern Pa cific and the Oregon Short Line railways in the federal court. The plaintiff claims the crowd was so dense that It pushed his' son against the train and under the wheels, so that he lost his right leg. The two railroad companies contend, on the contrary, that he was trying to board a moving train upon which he hadl no busi ness, and therefore the injury resulted from his negligence. Asks a Cool $20,000. John Rooney claims that his son is en titled to $2o,ooo damages. The case is being prosecuted by T. J. W'alsh of llelena and Alex Mackel of Butte. William Wal lace, Jr., of Hlelcna and i.. P. Sanders of Butte represent the Northern Pacific, while John G. Willis of Dillon is looking after the interests of the Oregon Short Line. The two companies are made de fendants from the fact that it was on an Oregon Short l.ine special train which was running on the Northern Pacific tracks to the racetrack, where the soldiers were received by their relatives and friends upon that memorable afternoon when the whole state of Montana seemed to have gathered at Butte. Vincent Rooney toll the jury today his version of the affair. lie claimed that with others lie went to the Oregon Short L.ine depot to witness the return of the soldiers. About five mIinutes after i o'clock in the afternoon, as lie recalled the time, he saw the first of the two special trains approaching. The train did not stop at the depot, blut proceeded on towards the race track, lie claimed the crowd was so dense where he stood, on the south side of the fourth track, that he was literally pushed against and under the wheels of the last sleeper on the train. Iis right leg was crushed, necessitating amputation, and today lie walks around with a false leg or a wooden peg. Hard to Earn Living. He told the jury that since the injury he tried to learn the candy making trade, but as this necessitated standing too long, he had to give it up and learned the cigar maker trade, as he can sit while at work. In reply to questions by his counsel, T. J. Walsh, the witness told a detailed story of the treatment he went through and of the pain he claims he suffered. His direct examination was concluded a few minutes before noon, and Mr. Wallace for the de fense took him in hand upon cross-exami nation, taking him over the ground cov ered upon the direct examination. His cross-examination was resumed this after As both sides have a number of wit nesses, the case may not be concluded this week. Andrew F. Monroe, a civil engineer, was the first witness. lie identified and explained a map suspended upon the wall in the courtroom showing the location of the Short Line and Northern Pacific tracks at the scene of the accident, as well as the point where Rooney was in jured. The jury hearing the evidence is conm posed of John IL. King, A. W. Barnard, Walter T. Allen, Walter I, Adams, 1.. M. Law, Marco Medin, II. A. Kennedy, R. G. luston, A. G. McIntyre, ti. I). McSherry, John D. Wilson and J. D. Slemons. REGISTER TODAY. HARRY CORBETT IS UNWILLING TO BE REFEREE. Says Job Is Thankless One -Champion Not Yet Down to Weight. .Y ASSOCIATED PYRLs. San Francisco, March 27.-Harry Cor bett, who was the mutual choice of the managers of Young Curbett and Terry McGovern to act as the referee in their contest of next Tuesday night, has, after due consideration, declined the onice. lie says that the office of referee is a thank less one, and he does not care to endanger the pleasant relations he now maintains with the two men. The managers of the pugilists will meet again to select a referee for the bout. Young Corhett Is having some difficulty In getting down to the agreed weight of 127 pounds. He Is now several pounds overweight and is employing heroic meas. ures to weigh in at the required weight at 4 o'clock on Tuesday afternoon, the day of the contest. The champion, however, professes not to be anxious about his weight, and claims that he will step into the ring in good condition, and that he will do himself full justice in his argument with McGovern. Reports from McGovern's camp at Ala meda my that the little fellow is now within the required weight and In fine condition physically and mentally. His manager, Sam Harris, Is willing to bet $so,ooo even that Terry will regain the championship next Tuesday night. REGISTER TODAY. Latest Spull ri an patet h ul ki p, self t, e of rpass id, acd style, w oBanister's Fines: Knox Hats ' ,LShoes Are Now Ready . Bad idths. Price nly 9 rue and lip. t tip, lipr fo- p est every paiFor haM-wen Shoe Bargains For WomenI I 2 a Great Values, Too, for the Little Ones Women's More especially good bargains for Fspriday heels and Saturday's selling, and agal goin we say,r shoes, laced style, bouevard shop early! Don't wait until t he afternoon and evening f Saturday if you can avoid it,$45 pair. , bright kid tops, close and bu t w e promise to do the best we can for all our ; customers, colle they early ki hor, late.l edges and medium weight flexible ad quarterse concaseveral items carefully*, for tChild's sies, 6 t prove decidedly interesting.aha d nd h dg oleMine. All siesrs and Workingmen, Take Notice l We have just received ,o pairs I lennessy's "Improved orkingmcn's Friend" and "Never Swtat" shoes. Price,i y $.. pair .t rgulrly orth Women's "Supera" kid shoes, Women's vi kid Oxford ties, dull tc School Shoes Men's Shoes Bright dongola kid shoes, tatt.1 Bright donigola kid Oxford ties, tow 1hill & Gre' "i tatle'4, Gant"i ' sh, It Seveal o'f the .c~as,in' tniest stylc, style, inlaid dul l ox kid top facings, Parisian t an d calf tops, dull mat kenti tips, turned tapls, shYo g ladies's , la e d ty, nly $ . d now on s ale ur an x f s , leather t ips , cl ose edg flexible soe s All. st thaa dtarne soles, ml itary s, all sizesull calf lace faci,., hos , extra h o t h'elo r calf Shon, l ac iRht thle , K ,rrlt stays. All sizes,, Sale price only $:.15 Ipair. ('hihlreln'n, .' to a I, olly $s..44 cap) tourn, Iultdiumtll wight mahk., :ill sizt"., aifrom j to omen's bright d i gotls. a kide Oxford $.hi sole an ize, 6t to ts , oly $p ...l (ie p only c tas. ave , p r and .w lth ta ,. Wsomens " Storm Queena' vici LIt 'dr. lgs., spriang heels. h~and~ sewed, $ v~t alues goilng foa shoe 's C bo uleva rd paten t calf Wo h'. tiVsra" kid Oxfd ties, lies, toperforated tips, Infant'donoa kidhe.lac ,.. n lced style, slipper foxings, mat cl vamp as ltid lace stays. Price ottnowy gn.rsd patent leather tilt, har ,turr., I st tat, t* i oy, ,I irirs, al c to . t p tops, custom backstays , Cuban he lt, pair. sizel . t o 6. It ice tttnly tip ph r ir. I. a tt itn s l u op e l ct ki al .; a rlace Price $a.5o pair. patent tipq, tturned sales, opera toes recta cap toes, half ..,Jhle notes, metlti• Voaen's Veneria, kid shoes, i l k ,t heel, aall yies. i y O .4 pir. l ted tts, heavy sle. W orking Shoes41 style, inlad dull kim facings, atet at calfkid ttops, slipper fox . omen's patent tips, turaped slpers. Ytoyng' sites, 2' to 5 , only $to ' vi r ail Lx calf sh , lconcavther ts heels, andt trne d soles. alc ith patent vaps , oturn yd szh. s an i Youths' sizes, 1a '; toI 2, ontly $14 ' "hial st . s i ', goo airgs l It rsnl,, K er a stays. All bsat'. Stile p~rice oaaly $".15 paair. ChIiltrena'so i'; tut Ia, o111y $'.".t .apt Itoas, itatlitao ariglt silat, ;.Il sirs. prie only $.oo pair . opera 's hee ts, all sizes. Oxforly $ d.45 pa ir. ls sizes, ( to sj, only f'. "s lce( only $. , s ip t tan d i dthala $ c. Thirty st le orona paeS t calf shot , tics, he ar tel soles, perforatedhh t in of laitlp ets' hlah cut shki ,.oes, l cl t I tre',hn Cre" icago l'tati .h .al tl, 'bio, sholaced stt, ani lapp er fx , in.s, t cal vampnt'a s lo s. renl $iPiers evnr tis l t .tyhra, p ta lolt, , tl e t Ictac t ps, a a aa t it, la t a t n evir U as,. eg te r leatop ers , patterncus tom b ackstays , Cuban heels, ght to the stte. Fo r o.'1 t o 6.p Sax l ce ontly i5c pair. al1 tt ti a f , itt . ri e al'i, $4d .t and s olies . Values Bp to 6.oo a r ther makers's twith B, Ctt S . o.lsla kil Oxford ties, 'ellto cralf soint, la.ced sty e, l'ir w 3 'rice .4 5 o p air. patent ti es, wtiudre w d ply, fea toes re i. pd r. pair. All it he frm alf ....il tal, i t,. OddDressers Womes VBig Bargains on Third Floor Today. o W }e are now showing a very bandsonse assortnment of ()dd iDressers. The f,,.t is wer style, dll mat kid top s s tyl esr , all th now shapen in a ll tri te diff per nt woodys sties an f r tai,roml t$t,' J st ti, r f i t the lineal of crotch mahogany. conceave heels, Itanltuaratet soles. Sal w'iith ptatent vamtps, tatrnlte salts aat YothIs'4aala saize a. to, oly $ I 71 ~ "" lqttv4d il a kaignitii's Fi ena t at naa n nhe II niala r cut aahows a good dresser atnished in a ritt h ha olden yrown sith two rce o $.o paa larre erad two sm all drawers, bevel finished $.45 p t irrr, 20 it y 2t4 ines. h ie of tw Ytyles for $9.00. Great value for the money. U Thirty styles womn 'sa extra lin We are shotna tg thaa t,,hi c tiat,, of it ttlla gents' itgI cut sh ", s e "I i I tedm r at, ta i l,t- t ai l style,,,'r aIll ts I shoes itn an lacethe larger cutt t on lefts a slhowes evra solid oak dresser wilh tti ull ater nIt ll fro lt, exl .t ral largo case, liberally carved, panel ends, hovel French pltto mirror '24 by 30 |nches. leathers, pateras toe sapes Chic of two tte styles, regularly worth $2.50 for $1. ts ,, 450 eap h. i t a d n t a l .ol t a nly $16.50 idn th ennak est t sy'l s p aurnc titure sDept. t nlt tlly lw it $9.00 1 I pr opy or Eight for Sa Dollar y for $ V ar laite 'll '", lita, frlta nels n our Stationery ep't this Friday nd aturD ressers the choice of the eight popuBr song, m arches gain twstes on Third Floor Toi tuday's .ling w offer: 1c a copy or eight copi e for $1.00. a vl t y hanesoly. A big lortn t of 7O and N.rsrhirting print lies in iig, light, "aster lilies" .tr tu..............Vs "My Ow ilva nygl iti any store i.n tark t ad f y coo'ig for caisats al lil dreh's d'ehs. "A ,.rnceton Tier". .......Two-.,t., "Itirh ho,,.ov". ...... .......,.,, P iclnlt5 Y r "My Genevieve" ...... ........ ,.,; "Knights of Pythias." . ...... Two Stepl P r c n y 5•a d styles, all th"nder now shapes in all the different oo a lAlai ca, frm t l" .t.... atie *tAcc finest of crotch mahogany.l o ,, Theo smattelr catt shows a goodittch'etstc'r finishead in ai t.1(" goalden'l larotwn with twa, large and two small drawers, bevel fished nirror, 20 la idsy 2 iles. stri' e .t pricet Wo tyh es for $.00 Great vale for the oney. FINE POPUILAR DANCE FOLIO'; THlE VI:,,ST ,,.,N,,. i,,O Only 4c Yard Arranged from the latest eng aca t on loft shows a solid oak dresser ii full jance', arrau'gL fr th, era cesles, in dance fr, for the pi case, iberallano y c aruved, panel ends, hovel Fron lale ro ingl a ina 4 tla l'l ses. of Publisher'seprie 75c. C hncessy' fri r w a tyle s , rgulare ly rth" $2 e ks. Qf $ litis sold regularlyat 7' and c' I yard r s rked BROAD\VAY I)ANt'i, FOLIO JHARRIS' DANCE. J,0l.l. iiwnt ontaiOnl y $16.50 In a .s1le innessy ,s Furniture Dept. Only $9.Only c ard in dance form, includinlg "Bill Bail,> " arran:gd for Ipiano,, frmn ipollar ,,n., "Nancy row" Good Old Sour Eight for a Doll ar knwn comsr, Ch a Time," Etc. K. Ha:rris. STAanNC yLI Pillowll T opsN 6Vo~l his is certationery a 1)ep good a s r ( tains d . up tSdatu ay w ie sa ator't famthe choice of thar Dance F olio No. pl. May tiochngs, l kl'chs arh, two- st t , F iay an Sata y' elling we 'r: thank it is better. Price is on~ly so lancers. ,'tc, utrlangt. froml i,,l,.lar copy. ,,o,,,. Fr,, ,, ...... In Drapery Dep't, Third Ploor lPlatures and Picture Frames This se.nsust's al,,,wing of n,,veltites in pilhow tops includes bc a copy or eight copies fo r $1.00. ('ach the swellerly A big lot iof 7c t lithogrtic workn , richt ell'e ts iniig, lighpestry ' AINET ' iesl.. M...... . 1.' ' " iy 'w aasize 7 .va ', . sol ' darkiw and rich co lori tg s in faly ilks. list a y in Gran's it street's, "A green, ebony aid mahogany, with rt, I 'ai of lni.hed i r ad gr h............. lt "r ed mats of various ha, es; .a... l. n ith brat s orl amf y lt ; ea chs" . W .w Stltiot' corner thornaments; Eagle".ass a.d a I FRAMS ntize 7xe i ches; f o. "en.ing irl," ltigi O Sistrs," 5 The Y all" dCval ~I s.G ~ rie only a.E W i~th aolia ,a ij tittiA choice lot aet, "Roa se hoaatl," tll , litar," I Yachting,"l otains an assortment of these proy avy glas a bacings, in checks, plaids ad tty st'ioet. Sle li FINEh PT''hAIA cEFIO for 'f~lICopy'li~ I l lc Only 4t' Yard pictures Arr ange d fro the lates t sng si. ('tacis. aSuset.'s, arra" fr tl .A Run on Rich Ribbons] HPublisher's pricealf Pr(ic e eeand Less Than Hsalf Price a he yararke onWe ply oc ac.e on sale for rdValley fand Saturday a larg lot of Slk affta and Satin affta Ribbons, all perfectly frsh igoods and of a beautifully soft quality. I ,loya|" All Silk Taffeta Rtibbons, all shades and. wttshable. "lPuritan" All Silk Satin Taffeta Ribbons in all shades. i No 2ao Regul,' 20c quality for 12tt yard. Not 40. Re-utlr ................. O Y r d . - indnce No. 40. Regular 25B quality for 12tc yfrd. No. t0. Regular 40r quality for i0t yard. f No. 60. Reguthr 30c quality for 15e yard. Noi 80. Rtulaa 4i a utlity for 0 t...tt,' o ". gte . q a o e . . . .. . 100. eg lar 50l quality for ree yard. Thsiscrtaal sgo sI "iiii m i-ati mmmt,,mmmiaittmmmiI Imhfl May Go Right On. ,Y ASSOCIATED PRESS. Chicago, March s7.-Judge Carter today advised the election commissioners that in his opinion Judge Hanecy had no juris diction to Issue an ipJunction against the recounting of the ballots in the Lorimer- i Durborrow contest, and said that the board might proceed at any time with the recounting. He Will Stand Trial. Bv AasocIATro s$ls. Washbilon, March a7.-Judge Danl II. McMillan of the United States court of New Mexico will be given a hearing at the department of justice next Wednesday on the charges which have been preferred against him involving his clcial and per sonal character In Session at Pittsburg. BY ASSOCIATID PREIII Pittsburg, March a,--A largely attend. ed special meeting of the directors of the Crucible Steel company of America is being held here today.