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THE BUTTE INTER MOUNTAIN
VOL. XXII. No. 321. BUTTE, MONTANA, SATURDAY MARCH 28, 1903. PRICE FIVE CENTS .....VOL. X~~~~~~~~~ll.. .-:- '~~~~~~~,, F.--,PL ,I ,,. .-,.P III 1 ,, . .I., , , ,= I , ,. =---.. -. . . ., ., , ,, ,.:--. ,,, , TRIP IS ONLY FOR REST Roosevelt Does Not Mean to Hunt or Rough It Too Much in Park. WILL NOT NEED HORSE Does Not Mean to Ride In Journey Through the Great West. SNOW IS VERY DEEP Party of President Will Have a Hard Time in National Park. SPECIAL TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN. Fort Yellowstone, National Park, March s8.-Slowly but nevertheless surely the ncwspapcr" of the country are discover ing that the Inter Mountain's dispatch from this point on Friday, March so, con tained the first accurate news of the plans for the president's trip through the park. For instance, the Associatsd Press yes terday carried the news fom Cheyenne, Wyo., that the president is not going to hunt game while in the park. or near it for that matter. This is exactly what your Fort Yellowstone correspondent wired you last wer'k. The New York World and other news - papers to the contrary notwithstanding, I'rsidcnt Roosevelt is not coming to the W\est equip)pe'd for hunting. lie is not going to ride through the park to the Jack son's Hole or any other country, and he is r"t going to make the trip ily horseback to Cudy, Wyo., from Fort Yellowstone. lie is nd going to hag any hear or deer. TRIP IS TO BE PURELY FOR REST PURPOSES As a matter of fact, and as set forth In the dispatch of March .o, the end and object of the president's trip to the park is recreation and a rest from mental la bors. Neither the president, nor any of his party, will he armed when they go into the park. They will go alone and, save for messengers to keep them in con munication with the outside world, will be unattended. They will remain within the park boundaries from April 8 to April 24, and all the correspondents and photogra. phers and others will remain outside. No one will be permitted to enter the park to follow him. This is the word that is given out at the office of the corenandant at Fort Yellowstone and that it is right no one who knows Major Pitcher doubts for an instant. If any inquiring Eastern friends should ask just tell them that the president is going to have no soft time in the park. The snow in places is e8 feet deep. One can get from here to the Golden Gate a distance of about five miles-with a comparative fair degree of ease, but be Sr Soldiers Winter Cabin Near Mud Vofe.9. .-. - -'r.'.'. . . . .-..... ... yond that it is a case of traveling by snowshoes. That is the way President Roosevelt and his traveling companion, John Burroughs, will have to go. Herewith. is a photograph of one of the old soldiers' winter cabins in the park, the nearest being ao miles from here. The troopers' patrol with their skis are seen in front of the cabin. The skis, or Nor wegion snowshoes, are used by the sol diers in patrolling the park during the winter months. On such gear will the president have to do much of his travel ing. He is not an expert on this kind of conveyance and some funny falls are looked for when he starts out. GEO, HOWARD'S CASE Demurrers to the eight informations against George Howard, the alleged ac complice of George Cole in the holding up of the Burlington flyer, were filed with the district court clerk this afternoon by At torney Mackel. They all allege that the informations are not sufficient and are incompetent and immaterial. Howard, whose case was transferred from Judge McClernan's court to Judge Clancy's has pleaded not guilty and will be arraigned for trial in a few weeks. In the meantime the argument on the' demur. rers will be heard. Dowdell the Same. Missoula, March a8.-Carl Dowdell's condition is said to be unchanged today and there is hope of his surivving. POLITICIANS BEGIN TO SElf 3CT HENRY MUELLER AS THE W.INNER Belief Growing That the Candidate of Three Parties Will Be the Next Mayor of Butte--Many Desire Clean Government. HENRY MUELLER, Citisens' Candidate for Mayor. Little by little it is more and more generally conceded throughout the city of Butte that the citizens', democratic and republican parties of this city have put up the strongest ticket for he coming munici pal election that has been nominated in S C. B. CRASB, For Alderman from the Sixth Ward. Butte for many a year. The election of Henry Mueller and the rest of the ticket is already regarded as certain by many shrewd politicians and intelligent observ ers who watch the trend of political cur rents and the signs of the times. Mr. Mueller, who had been out of the city a day or so, has returned, and with his fellow-candidates is shaping for vigor ous action in the opening campaign. All the nominees for the city offices and for the aldermanic togas are well known in Butte, and are personally popular. They are so well known that they need no extended introduction to the public. MORRIS GOES BACK Taken to Utah to Face the Forgery Charge-He Protests Guilt. L. C. Morris, the alleged forger, who is wonted in Salt Lake City to answer to a charge of passing a spurious check, left for that city this afternoon in the custody of Sheriff Emery. To a representative of the Inter Moun tain Morris stated that he was willing to face his accusers; that the check which he is alleged to have forged, the amount being $17.50, is dated March 9. On that date Morlis asserts that he was within the bounds of Montana. On the other hand, Sheriff Emery of the Utah metropolis is confident that when Deputy Sheriff Burke of this city picked up the accused on a telegraphio description he got the right man. Ultimatum Prevented. New Haven, Conn., March a8,-The traimnen of the New York, New Havens Hartford road have presented to the of fcials of the company an tltimatum in connection with the grievances which have been under consideration. President Hall has consulted with J. P. Morgan at New York by long distance telephone. I. B. GALLAGHiER, For Alderman from, the Fourth Ward. A. C. STEVENS, For Alderman from the Fifth Ward. The ticket is sure of election, as oas glance at it, which is as follows, will. show: For Mayor-Henry Mueller. For City Treasurer-M. A. lierger. For Police Magistrate-Tthmas Boyle. For Aldermen First Ward-T. M. Lynch. z - ---- - - MIND DERANGED FROM HAZING AT A COLLEGE Earl H. Cleaves Said to Have Lost His Reason From III-Treatment. Earl H. Cleaves is coming home to Butte with his imother, tenmporarily jn sane. The boy, whose father is a well known printer in this city, lost his mind, dispatches state, because of brutal hading at Valentine's School of Telegraphy at Janesville, Wis. To all questions from the distracted mother the authorities of the school, it is stated, gave no answers. "Earl went to Janesville three weeks ago to attend this school of telegraphy," said his father this morning. "lie wasJn good health. He had never shown Lsqy symptoms of beirig at all unsound in its He was cheerful and bright. The ot day I received this letter from' hint. Mr. Cleaves showed the letter, the . tents of which were disconnected. writer was clearly not in his right mind. wandered from one subject to anot and spoke strangely of plans, wan immediately to entirely different subh "I was at a loss to understand , continued Mr. Cleaves, "and was r surprised to get a telegram last t from Mrs. Cleaves saying that she ii arrive in Butte tomorrow with Earl. . "If he has, as it is stated, lost hlaj son even for the time As the' resu hazing from students or similar Ill ment, those in charge of the school answer for it. I intend to find out the facts in the case are." The first news of Earl Cleaves' 'a c. tion came from Sioux City last nig't,' c cording to dispatches, the boy; thei'-on his way from Janesville, Wis., to Bltte with his mother, believed that his ftther had died. He talked wildly and strangely. In more lucid moments he said be had been hazed by students at Janesville, but could remember nothing of what they had done to him. BOZEMAN SENSATION SPECIAL TO TH7 INTIR MOUNTAIN. Bozeman, March a8.-A sensation re suited here last night when it beoamS known that Prof. A. O. Jones, principal of the East Side public school, and T. Menard, brothers-in-law, had been arrested on the charge of assaulting Louise No seir, a niece of Menard's. The accused were arraigned in the justice of the poae court today and pleaded not guilty. They were released upon $s,ooo bonds eackb Te girl I. at present in St. Paul. ShI li .. derstood to allege the act was la d at Menard's ranch about six monthpgo. Friends of the accised do not beli~y e charge. It is claimed an efort Is be made to make the accused bear tI e of another. .OIIN II. McQUEENY, For Alderman from the Elighth Ward. Second Ward-P. J. Latlly. Third Ward-John Paige. Fourth Ward-J. B. Gallagher. Fifth Ward-A. H. Stevens. Sixth Ward-E. C. Crase. Seventh Ward--Hiram Henderson. S J. OhIN 11. PAIC. , For A4lrrmana from Ithe Third W'ard. EIighth Ward-J. Mr MctQuee,'ny. IThe banner of the three political parties, lie was anmbitious to become a train dis ptclher and for that reas.:i had practiced telegraphy. lie went East to compllete his education in this line. At the timne he arrived at Janesville he had $So,. (tf this $6a was spent for board Annd tuition. The rest of the ,money hadl disaplpeared. I hIv Ioy says that this amuount and his Eart H. Clraves. watch he lost at a bunco game when he arrived in Jancsville. Mrs. Cleaves and Earl Cleaves will ar rive tomorrow on the Northern Pacific. T'lhe boy is only 17 years old. The news of the affliction came as a shock to many who know him and his parents. Mr. Cleaves, the father, came here re cently from Sioux City, where he served two years as clty clerk and where he is well known. Mr. Cleaves believes that his son's derangement is but temporary. WILL SERVE IT OUT When Lilly Foley abstracted three $So gold pieces from the pocket of a visitor to Pleasant Alley early this morning, the victim managed to muster up courage to find a policeman. When it came to giving his name at police headquarters, however, he balked, and christened himself John Doe. It was the old story, whose details don't vary materially in any case. The victim allowed himself to be embraced and dur ing the moment of bliss was separated from the money. Miss Foley, who is widely known in Pleasant Alley and is also pretty well known to the police, got a $So fine in Police Magistrate Boyle's court this morn ing. She says sha is going to serve it out in the city jail. P.-fl R'b I. L.Aa i i Fr ,4ldlrrain frei the Sa wal II art. now atrctclld acroas thle lateet at Ithe cor Ier of IBroadlwny ant MaTin atrrets, is at tracting a gria;t cden of attnlltion, an11 is potitrd to with pride lay reprreserntative citizena, who feel that it is the in.igtnia, of the pIolitical organiratiins which staind 7/IM Al. Li ',\ 1l. for good guoverauient atd freedomn front corruttion in the prenr.t aunicipal cam paign. A ,.,te for T. M. Lyni h, 1'. J. Lally, John Palge, J. It. l;aliagher, A. C. Stevens, II. (. Crane, Iliram Ilendcr,,on airl J. I1. McQue..nI y ia it vote for ma I',t cla.ns city council, andl a vote fir hlety Mulchir, M. A. Iterger anad Thomas' Iiuylc is a votc fuar mgood governmenaa t in the t ity oiflicj . MYSIERY SJILL IN IDENTITY OF UNKNOWN Dead Man Was Evidently Educated-Lived Life of a Hermit. Stranlge t irtulstlant'lce. s surroulnd the deathl of tlhe Illman whosle boly was found in the stabbl s at Ialnthenr park \Vedlcsday. (C;r onler Igal has spent much time investi gatingi th case prejparatory to tonight's inquest. Death, which name, it is thought, a.s the result of exposure, endel a re mIlrkablie xistenle. 'I wo passel shy dishcovtertdl the corpse with swolleu face a.nld hid, nusly twisted features. The man was lying face down ward on a little pile of hay when he dled, and this cause'hd the strange conlltrtio-ns. The door was wired shut on the insidle. Investigation shows that this man, evi dently well educated, had lived a heirmit's life, hiding from other men and picking up his food in all sorts of places. lie was often seen lurkinlg about the place where he passed away. lie rarely talked to anly one. In fact, he sluaak away when others approached. lie was garbedt in plain walkingmean's clothes up to a short time ag,. lie lived for a time in a shanty near the old Amaa son hoist. litre he would bring the food he had pitcked iup and cook it. A week or two ago the harmit had evi denCtly colle illto poLssession of stlcLl money. A neat hat andl good shoes were among his new acqluisitirons. In these he was clothed when he died. Hlis sleeping in the deserted stable and wiring the dour shut were In keeping with his actions since he has beena hatut ing the neighborhood. lie was thought by nmany to be a litte insane. Swiss Coming En Masse. BY ASSOCIATED IIa.SS., Geneva, March a8.-The glowing ac counts sent home by Swiss emigrants in Canada of the prospects in America, is causing the emigration ,fever in Switzer land, especially in the Canton of Schwathz, for Canada and the United States. Many famaiies have sold their property in order to emigrate, with the result that a slunmp in the value of houses and lands has taken place. May Convict Pierson. mY AISOCIATED Paesa. White Ptins, N. Y., Marsh sl.-.While the appellate division ass decided agsainst the conviction of J. Luther Pierson, the faith-curist of Valhalls who was lued $Soo for permitting his child to die from pneumonia without medical attendance, the district attorney thinks the evidence suf. ficient to convict and will carry the ease to the court of appeals. HAS ONE FOOT IN GRAVE British Admiral Will Wed Although He Is 94 Years Old. OLD KEPPEL IS HERO Only Living British Seaman Who Served in the War of 1812. IS GALLANT SOLDIER Has Long and Honorable Record of Which He May Be Proud. BY Al. Ic IA'tIA D I't I St. New Ynork, M.,trcll .X.- It is ?'.id n . x celletlt aut1ht ily, calehs the Indi c11cc 1 c r. respotll nllt of lthee II|erald, IhIat thiee is every p0ssilility thla Admiral Sir Ilenry Keplpel, knotwn av thle father of thie BIrit ishl navy anllt w h is now at SinKapl.ire, will hce m11.1t . 11 c i Itre he rectllti% t I n tlatin . A .litnai: l I i l.e1l is in hit s I . ye'ar. Wi til t'h Ac w.c tell Pril'ec 4l"...i':1. hI given the age of AdImiral Kepl.el ;1s ,4. Ice ie in i realth.v ..I. I11 a tllhll Ie natcic i lhli world hl i c. c l..r is I cIwwc c l eoCI ciI n il i lle was a tli d li ln, ipm;i. cIct joillned, at the c,,n e l .i-,n of ihs cch i , l 181. eaill clii iatll d in 4nie er;I ,lcelint. 'ici eI i i s tch- llt 1y lig, Mliihu;c civ in iwchi' chi . i "t r f(,I-bi-i nI'ldlr hl, o ,i I M , AV-il. the l st-' 114 Ml s., I1a, .11ll . ii he is pci t ih I hl \nSi i :1c 14. t t .1 r ll his adl . i ,'I I .i.1 i Admhiral K.'pl. IIih, lhchsal i, still ot thl. active list. tcl' :d.ulicnlte' It le t h iaving plull hil utl on tilhe retitred lit. I, e is said to be halte' ani hit.;ily :n ,I i", ,nj -y lifet' thoroughly for all his an; y tc ;ls. ALBERT PETERSON IS BROUGHT BACK QUINN RF TURNS FROM NEVADA WITH YOUNG MAN WANTED HERE ON CItAIIGL OF FORGERY. Johnl, J. ()tii in, Olh riff of Silver Ilow cOunil , t I iill id last eve ilg fromi Nevadal;, Ibrhigng with him Alluret I'etr euso, alas ',ygiuard, whit is wantedl here on two lcirgi cf filrgie'y. Thi prisoner is ia buy iIand willi kinown ti, turf frol lowers, ;ls hll foll erly ride in tihic 'section. Ihe waes aren t it t ci,( I omllcplaint of hIis ncle, IlarrisIn Ii. tcU lr, of Ilig ihole It is aiillei' I that in ()ctc ber last I'eter .(ci utt.,cd t«o ch.c'ks, onie foir $164 and the othc r for 17, llon thel W. A. ('l rk & lio. hllank l this city. The checks were tmade payable c the niie of W. I. Jiack son all puro.rtiId to lie sigtned bI y liar riso. t liedcr, ucle' of the boly. 'I he lattir ci claimcs all knotwleige of tlec. forgecric., laid said that lie had been in Co staiN t s ci cccil co iutin ic;tictln with hIis ui le since he i(' t lutte in tIctiobcer last, alelil that h hi d, il letters i eccived iby hii ill S;iu Fracncci.ce, told him that ievcerytitig .cu all right andil that he had bitter cllit Icucie ill tak charge of a sling oif horses that he wished to put on the track this year. From Sb i Franciseco thle boy said he htiartte to return, working his way from station to statllon, sioe'timies being el ldcyed as waiter, bartender andl pourter in varioniS hotels. When he reached Elko, Nev., he first learned that there was a charge of forgery against him and an officer there locked him up. lie claims that he is not guilty and is willing to face his accusers. While he has been away lie says he has had a good time, but is glad to be back in Butte. All Right in Seattle. BY ASSiOCIATED PRESS. Seattle, March a8.-The Seattle Elec tric company commenced operations at 7 a. min. and the first few hours of the day demonstrated that the compsany is fast re covering from Its crippled condition. More Money From Carnegie. sY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Plttsburg, March a8.-Andrew Carneglie has added $1,soo,ooo to Aj' library dose tions in Pittsburg.