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THE BUTTE INTER MOUNTAIN
VOL. XXII. No. 341. BUTTE, MONTANAp TUESDAY APRIL 21, 1903. PRICE FIVE CENTS REIGN OF TERROR IS LOOKED FOR IN MOfJ/CCO BRIG. GEN. WOODSON, REGULAR AR/V., IS DYING ,AR CLOUDS AT TEUTAN Pretender to the Moroccan Throne Considering an Attack. EUROPEANS ALARMED Reign of Terror in Near Future Considered to Be Inevitable. SULTAN GETS ARMS Reform Scheme of the Powers Fails of Effect in Albania. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Madrid, April al.-A dispatch from Ceuta, Morocco, reports the port of Teu tan, Morocco, as being in a critical posi tion. The pretender is being grged to attack Teutan, the capture of which plaece is be lieved to be easy. European and Jewish residents of the place are unable to leave, except by steamer, and have requested that a bdat be sent for them, as, in consequence of In sufficient garrison, the town will soon be in the hands of the insurgents. The Spaniards have demanded protec tion from the Spanish government. A steamer from New York has arrived at Melilla with Soo cases of ammunition and a number of rifles for the sultan of Morocco. Defeated by Turks. NY ASSOCIATED PRES,. Salonica, European Turkey, April as. A band of So insurgents, partly in Bul garian uniform. was defeated by a Turk ish force near Radovitz, April ig. Thirty insurgents and nine Turks wete killed. The Konien, Asia Minor division of Rediffs, numbering 16 battalions has been called out for active service in .Macedonia and Albania. The new judges appointed the reform scheme of the powers are being terrorized by tLe Albanians. Two of the judges were shot in the streets of Scutari. One of them was killed, VICTOR EMANUEL HAS VISIT WITH WOOD American General Extend ed Reception by the King of Italy. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Rome April as.-Brigadier-General Leonard Wood was received in audience today by King Victor Emanuel. The general had a most gracious and cordial conversation with the king, who took great interest In the Philippine islands. General Wood explained that he was Gen. Leonard Wood. going to the Philippines on strictly mili tary duty and said that he had the great. eat admiration for Governor Taft. He felt that the results the governor had ac comlibshed there were excellent. The king said should General Wood `o to Etria, the Italian African colony e had given instructions to the ofeere tbere to pqt everything desirable at his dig Major Scott and Lieutenant McCoy, who accompanied General Wood, also were received by the king. POLICE AGENT IS GIVEN LONG TERM IN PRISON New York, April as:-Justice Scott in the supreme court toda sentenced Albert . Adam to not lees an on year and not more a n ooe year iT nisne monthl in Sing Stag prison sto j' • p e Itrnolra 0 r PI ONE OF THE WONDERS OF PARK WHICH PRESIlENT WI L4ISIT The Castle and Castle Well, Upper Geyser Basi, Forty ailes From Fort Yellowstone. NOBLE DOG SAVES CHILD FROM DEATH ANIMAL PLUNGES INTO FLOOD AND BRINGS LITTLE BOY SAFELY TO THE BANK. Y ASSOCIATED ParESS. New York, April at.-Major Tucker, a St. Bernard dog, whose weight is so4 pounds, and who is said to be tLe largest dog in New Jersey. has saved a 6-year-old boy from drowning in the deep pool of the second river near the lackawanna Rail road bridge, near Bloomfield and Watsing. The boy. with several companions, was playing on the bank of the stream, when the bank gave way and he was precipitated into the water. He could not swim, and his frightened companions ran Away. The dog saw the boy struggling in the water, and, dashing into the pool, seized him by the collar and brought him safely to the shore. W hen little Allen IHolistoben, grandson of the recorder, Jm)rb (;. Post of Bloonm field, becsme lost. it was Major that found him and brought him safely L.ome. SMITH TO REFORM SCHOOL s'LCtAI.A 10 Till IN.lrk 11O'.NTAIv. Missoula, April s.--'T'eddy Smith, one of the boys who broke jail Saturday and was recaptured Sunday near Arlee was yesterday committed to the state reform school. James II. Donnelly, his partner in the escape, who is older, will be tried in the district court. Smith Is only 17. Work of repaitrng the county jail was begun this mornmig. The easy manner in which Smith and. Donnelly made their escape alarmed the officias, who mean to remodel the institution. NEW TRIAL REFUSED CONVICTED BOODLERS IN ST. LOUIS SECURE NO FAVORS FROM THE COURT. BY AISOCIATED PRESA. St. Iouis, April a1.-Judge Ryan has refused to grant new trials to the follow ing members of the St. louin house of delegates who were tried and convwicted of bribery, and notice of an appeal to the supreme court is given: .Charles Gutke, convicted January to and sentenced to five years in the penitentiary; John A. Sheridan, Edmund Bersch, Charles Denny and E. T. Albright, all sentenced to five ear sin the penitentiary, January _5. HILL GETS CONTROL OF ILLINOIS COAL President of the Great Northern Railroad Company Heads a Deal Whereby Prairie State Fuel Will Be Distributed All Over the Northwest. 1Y ASSOCIATED 1.t5s. Chicago, April as.-I-ast coal cilds in Central Illinois are to pass to the control of a gigantic corporation with a capital of 8o,ooo,ooo and' they will be operated in connection with the Hill system of railroads. James J. Hill, president of the Gret Northern road, is sid to have uAnane Se deal, and the Burlington the Gret Northernud the Northern P1acifie rods will open markets for Illinois fuel in the Northwest. The territory acquired by the combina tion extes n trouh 4 miles of the ~nnm t L Jwlorr~lIO.I4LUL, HERO AWES MEN WITH BIG PISTOL ATTEMPTED HOLDUP AND ASSAULT 18 PREVENTED BY NEQVY MANAGER. IY ASSOrlATED PReSS. Solersville, N. J., April at.--Because James Duke, president of the American Tobacco company, refused the wages of sev eral hundred Hungarians and Poles who work on his estate here, Soo of them have gone on a strike for an increase of wages. Th.e strikers gathered at the Rariton River bridge last night, armed with puis and clubs, intending to attack the men who had remained at work, as they crossed the bIridge to their homes. John Lawson, manager of the estate, placed the men in wagons and headed the procession for the bridge. lie was teld up :.t the entrance by a Hungarian with a gun. I.awson drew his own revolver and covered the man, who became frightened and lowered his weapon. The wagons wet then allowed to cross the bridge. LENGTHENS HIS ST J ROOSEVELT WILL BE AN HOUR It EDGEMONT, 8. D., TO SEE BLACK HILLITES. Billings, April a.--President Rooso. veli's itinerary has been so changed as tb admit of an hour's stay in Edgemont, 5. I).. instead of five minutes, as planned. lie will pass through lfillings on his was East, Saturday ilorning. Supt. J. M, Phelan of Alliance, Neb., is to be in charge of the Burlington train which is to pre cede that of the chief executive. T'he stop at Edgecmont has been length ened in order to enable the president t greet his many friends from the Bla r Hills, who will gather there en masse. ~ DYING BY THOUSANDS CHINESE WOMEN SELL THEMSELVES INTO SLAVERY TO ESCAPE STARVATION. llong Kong. April at.-Famine in the Kwangsi province is killing tens of thou saldls of persons, and women there are selling thcmaclves into slavery to escape starvation. The American consul at Can ton has inaugurated a relief fund. railroad, bought last year by the Chloago, Burlington & Qulncy. A connecting link of so miles will b.l built from Jacksonville to Concord, on tma St. Louis branch of the Burlington whie will ve an outll t from the coal dfids a all Hill roads. This short line of railroad will be ona. strtetd eas, ue I the mesatimo a dal has been mad. w0 the Alton to ds. liver the coal to te roads. Interested in the saterpri toa extent are sto l ekolders I the P i Coal comln tr. b-o comps ay tW.as n r s. a stock in the llinos mines, , W locl m es}aid theue was no a a « lio, - ROOSEVELT TO GIVE BUTTE CITY SIX HOURS President Will Be the Guest of the Members of the Silver Bow Trades and Labor Assembly. Through the efforts of the Silver Bow Trades and Labor assembly President Roosevelt has consented to prolong his tany in Butte to six hours on the oesa sion of his visit, May 27. last week Malcolm (illis, representing tie assembly, went to Cinnabar and inter viewed Secretary Loeb in regard to the latter and presented to him the assem Ily's invitation to the president to accept the hospitality of organized labor while in ltutte. This wee communicated to the president by Mr. Loeb. The latter now 4as written to l'resident Frank A. Doyle of the as rsmbly and to Chairman Eugene Carroll .f the Business Men's association commit tee, announcing the acceptance of tLe in vitation and the consequent change of The letters set forth that the party will arrive here at 4 p. m. Then will come a Joseph Corby. drive through the city, an addlress by tL, president from soime principal point, then a drive back to the president's car, where he will dine and then a trip to Columnbia Gardens under the auspices of the Trades and Labor assembly and an address to the people there assembled. After this and habout so o'clock the president will return to his car and depart for IdaL'o points. As a result of the action of the president in accepting the assembly's invitation that a;ssembly has appointed a committee of 1. 8. McNolly, Ave wbic. b a been merged with the Busi ness Men a Asociation committee of Ave, the two bodies working In harmony to. gether. .TLh Ave re.p.enting the asanmbly are M. R. Dempsey, Frank A. Doyle, Jos ph Corby. J. E. McNally and Malcolm Gilne. The consolidated committee has decided Malcolm Gillis. to remain under the general chairman. ship of Eugene Carroll. At a meeting yesterday of the general committee with Mayor-elect Mullins plans of entertainment were discussed. Man ager Wharton of the street railway com pany gave notice that he will have all the cars in the system in service that night to carry people to the Gardens, beginning as early at S o'clock. Preparations for dec orations along the line were started. These will be on an elaborate scale of magnificence. The Spanish-American war veterans have askes a five-minute talk with the president du 'ng his stay. This will be given. The colored citizens will have a part in the proceedings and will present a handsome souvenir to the president. Work today is progressing on the ar rangements for the reception. The full committee of to will meet again tomor. row night. M. R. Dempey. BLIZZARD IN RUSSIA Bv A5IOCIATD PRESS,. St. Petersburg. April at.--A blizzurJ has swept over the entire province of Petrikovka. Trains are snowed up and great damage has been done. FRALLS JUST AT ZENITH Gen. H. E. Woodson Lies Dying in Hospital at Great Falls. PROMOTEDTHURSDAY A Long Deserved Raise Came Too Late to Be lnjoyed. PARALYSIS OF HEART Effort to Catch a Train Induces Disease Which Will Kill Him. hPII IAl. 1l liII IINIl MIO'NI I1 . Great lallsk. Altil at. -My Iod. Rice, nm, hvat!" cried Ilrigadier G(Irra.c II. e . Woodson, as hie fell into a iwa ill the Montana ('entral trainl at FIort Assillni boine last night and clitched at hi.s breast with an expressionl of agon~y onl his face. "My God, iice., I5i heart; I amt afraid I have doue for my)'clf." G(rleral Wiuldso was on his way to ;reat Falls to attrenl a meeting of the EIks, when he colnlllitt tlh the fatal miat.;ike which will lead to hil dtalth. Tries to Catch Train Starting from the fort in an amiu,)lanece with ('aptain Srdgaick kite of the 1 hiid cavalry he arrived at the depot jlist as the train began to maove. General Woodson seized his grip and ran swiftly to the platform, where he leaped on. lie sought the first seat and sank Into it with a face ashy white. Paralysis of the heart had set in as a esult of his over-exertion. He was brought here and lies in the Columbia hospital at the point of death. General Woodson was colonel of the Third United States cavalry until rThura day last, when his promotion to a brian dier-generaiship was forwarded to hint. Yesterday he reached the age limit and was retired. Was a West Pointer. He is 64 years of age and a Vcest Pointer. lie served tlhrolgh the civil war with distinction amil .eettcred the SI.nish American war as colonel of the Ihird, which position he held until Thursd.ay last. lie was marriend leaves a wife in Kansas. There is said to he no hope for his life. PRESIDENT NEARING EXIT FROM PARK Members of the Executive Party Are Preparing to Meet The'r Chief. MI'EI'IAI. 'I TIIK IN'IEN MOIIN'IAIN. Cinnahar, April a.-oda-l v the nmajority of the president's party, which has been sidetracked here since April 8, proceeded gaily to the park. The gendtlenlen went in stages bhllnriir to the Velrowstonus Park Transportationl company. Their objective point is Fort Yellowstone, but an oplpeunl'ly will be given them to see what little of tihe park it is possible to see without undergoing tl.e labor that lPresident Roosevelt has un dergone. It is possible tht somne of the party will join'the president in tcyser basin before night. folnorrow the president will return to Fort Yellowstone and he may spend the night on his own train. Anyhow, he will ie in the vicinity of the park entrance 0,11d more accessible than he has Iben at any tinme since he entered the big reserva tion. t'EE'('IAI. TO T1ife INTE'I MOIUNTAIN. Living.ston, April al.-Memnblrs of the Masonic oldy are annoyed that the impres sion should have gone abroad that only Masons will be welcomedl on the otcasion of the dedication of the Yellowstone park entrance gate by the president oil Friday. So far front tl.s being the case all the ,' nple of IMontana will he welcomne. The president in his acceptance of the invita tion extended by the Masons said that he would be pleased to give an address of half an hour in length to "the people of Mon tans." The railroad company has made all ar rangements to handle the crowd, no matter how big. The regular park train will leave here at 9 a. m. Friday as usual. Special traine will follow at at intervals until noon at which time the last special will leave. The ceremonies at the arch will be under the auspices of the grand lodge of the state with Grand Master Frank E. Smith o, Lewistown presiding. He will arrive in L.ivingston on Thursday, at which time a special meeting of the local lodge will be held to make the final arrangements. Following the ceremonies of dedication will come the presilent's s eech on the completion of which the Masons will escort the president to his train. It is expected the president's train will follow the special train into Livingston, although that matter is not yet definitely arranged.* Sugar Takes a Jump. New York, April as.-All grades of re lined sugar were advanced se per too pounds today.