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THE BUTTE INTER MOUNTAIN
VOL. XXII. No. 344. BUTTE, MONTANA, FRIDAY APRIL 24, 1903. PRICE FIVE CENTS L - .. - i©'. - t-. I Im,-=H=n liii .ll'Nl~ u m ton I 1 illl APRIN I L 24 N.-o. :.Ir;:i FIV ". J .:. .....q,.- ..- .. BANDITS WITH GUNS ROB PASSENGERS ON BURLINGTON TRAIN While Stop Is Made at Lincoln, Neb., Bold Thieves Operate. Conductor and Porter on Emigrant Sleeper Awed by Revolvers. BY ASSOCIATED PREsA. Lincoln, Neb., April 24.-Passengers on Burlington train No. 41 were held up and obbed of $,,ooo early this morning as he train was leaving the Burlington ?nion station. The train has been robbed three times Secretary Loeb and Members of the Party at Rear of the Presidents Car-Photo by R. L. Dunn Taken or the Inter Mountain. GIRLS IN HOT RIOI YOUNG WOMEN HAT TRIMMERS OF NEWARK, N. J., BATTLE IN A HALL. TROUBLE STARTS OVER ELECTION BY THE UNION Young Man Is Attacked by Infuriated Damsel, and Later the Police Are Called to Stop the Fighting. BY A!jhOCI.A1 I) PR'IsS, Newark. . J., April 24.-In a race riot between ('hristian and Hebrew girls, who had gathered for a labor union election in this city last night, blows were freely given and received and many persons .cre painfully injured before the police restoretred orlder. The 300o girls who went to the hall are members of the lHat Trimmners' union. William Oxihy was elected president when the union was formied. The mnembers are about equally 'divided between Christians and ilebrews. itoti factionn agreed it would he better to have a woman for president, and the election was called. Ukfore the counting of the ballots had progressed far so.le of the girls claimed sharp practices were going on. Christopher Donnegan entered the hall in search of ()Oxlc. who, he said, had been sent to take him to a meeting of the hat makers to stand tr ial for a breach of union rules. Oxley and l)nnhegan engaged in a wordy brawl, which excited the girls, one of wholm attacked Donnegan, smashing his hat and knocking hinm down. Immnediately the hall was in an uproar. Tile girls set upon each other, striking blows and screaming. A stampede was made for the doors, several of the irls being knocked down and injured. Officers ran to the hall and prevented danger from a _panie. ____ ALL MEN STAND ON THE SAME LEVEL, BY ASSOCIATED PRESI. Washinlgton, April a4.-The secretary of the interior has decided the various points in the controversy among land owners in the Salt river valley in Arizona, regarding the terms on which they may secure water from the big reservoir the government is to build above Phmenf. The government having decided that when the reservoir shall be built present owners shall have the preference to water, a dispute arose among those affected as to whether the government should deal with within too miles of Lincoln. The rob bery last fall netted $5o.ooo to the men who did the work and no trace of them has ever been founi. The work this morning was accom plished mostly while the passengers from branch and feeder lines of the Burlington were in the depot awaiting the arrival of trains. Many of the persons in the depot were asleep and did not know they had been robbed until a noise arose as the train was pulling up into the station. The presence of the robbers was first discovered by a woman. She screamed, and the persons in the waiting room gath ered around her. Investigation proved a majority of them had been robbed. The confusion permitted the robbers to es cape. Later they made their presence known on board an emigrant sleeper. The con ductor and porter, with passengers, were herded into one end of the car and a search instituted by one man while the others held the crowd back with guns. Thy left the train between Lincoln and Milford. BOYCOTT THE SHOW GERMAN MANUFACTURERS AND EX PORTERS TRY TO INJURE ST. LOUIS EXPOSITION. COMPLAINTS ARE COMING OF ALLEGED UNFAIRNESS Teutons Intimate That American Offi cials Do Not Intend to Give Them a Fair Chance. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Berlin, April 24.-German manufac turers and exporters propose to boycott the St. Louis exposition. Out of 18 large firms, allies to the Essen chamber of commerce, all but one have resolved to refrain from exhibiting, and a report just received from Solingen says all the manufacturers and large in dustrial firms belonging to the chamber of commerce of that city have resolved unanimously not to exhibit. Only a few weeks ago German publish ing houses decided to boycott the exposi tion because of defective copyright laws and the wholesale translati,n of German pl4lications in the United ~ntes, equiva uent to literary piracy. The firm of Krupp of Es:sen, ohIch was the largest exhibitor at Chicago, obstinately refuses to exhibit at St. Louis. Similar resolutions have been carried by numerous chambers of commerce, es pecially in the industrial regions of the thine, W\estllhalia and Silesia. In Saxony it is learned the feeling against exhibiting at St. Louis is acute. Shoots Father and Son. UY A.,iS C'IAI IE PiES,. Nevada City, Cal., April 24.-Jerry G;oodwin shot l'homas P. Blue and son, William IBlue, at You Bet this morning. Thomas Ilue is dead and William is dying. The shooting was the result of an attack made by Blue and his son upon Goodwin. them as individuals or on a community plan. T'he secretary holds there shall be no preference on account of the accrued water rights, but directs that all land holders shall stand on the same basis in receiving water from the reservoir. The expense of malntaining the reservoir will be distributed according to acreage, and mortgages must be given to secure the. payment to the government of the funds expended in the construction of the work. The ruling in this case establishes im portant precedents. The proposed reser voir is expected to irrigate aoo,ooo acres of land available for grownla citrus fruits. THOUSANDS PRESENT AT LAYING OF STONE Presidential Party at Gar diner for Ceremony Place is Packed. TO BE GIVEN. A GOLD CHARM After His Speech, the Masons Will Ate sent a Handsome Emblem to the President--AII Is Ready. SPECIAL. TO TlE INTER MIt'NTAIN. Gardiner, April 24.--(ardiner has never held so many people within its limits There are 4,00o people here now, and they continue to pour in on every train. The special train with the Masonic delr gation will pull in from Iivingston at i o'clock. There are so0 Masons on boar"'. President Roosevelt arrived here fromli Fort Yellowstone at 2:Jo o'clock, accotis panied by Major Pitcher and escorted byv a troop of calvary, commnanded by Captain Chittenden. lie was met by Secretary Loeb ail other members of the prc.ildcntial parts who have been waiting here, and did it,. accompany the chief executive into th.I park. In Best of Health. The president is in the bert of health and expresses himself as highly delighti I with his ttip into the palk. lake John Burroughs. the poet naturalit. he bronzed by the sun and has growl. heavier during his test. On arriving here l'esident Rooseve" was mlet by Congresstman:I )ixii of Mot tana, with whom lihe had a bhort talk Among other well known men here a, Senator Birennan of Flathead, Senat.r Hepner of Helena and F. C. Day o' Helena. The ceremony of laying the cornerstoti of the new arch at the entrance of lth park will I.h begun promptly at 4 o'clock. Grand Mast P Frank i. Smith of Ileleul. of the grand lodge of Montana, will la' the stone, the ceremony being under th auspices of the Masons. '1he list of articles to le put in tln stone were givenl iil the liter Mounti. of yesterday. Butte People There. The president will speak innnediattlI after the ceremony, on a large platforr rectted for the purpose, tuar th' e arch. (Continued on Page Six.) BOZEMAN SCHOOLS HAVE A SENSATION One Principal Charged With Criminal Assault-His Successor Arrested. SPrCIAI. TO TIlE INTER MOUNTAIW. Bozeman, April 24.--lozeman schools have furnished another sesation. Prof G. C. Good, principal of the East Sid' school, was arrested this morning for best ing Mary, a s4-year-old child of S. Terneli of this city. The warrant was sworn out on complairl of the father. Good was apprehended at once and will be heard before Judge Mehl burg this evening. The Ternell child returned home an tears this noon. She reported that she had been severely whipped, for what, fro;; her story, was a trival misdemeanor. Prof Good submitted to arrest without resistance. He seems confident of cleal ing himself. The arrest, follnwing on the heels of the case against Mr. Good's predecessor, Prof. Jones, has caused a great sensation. Prof. Jones is on trial now for the al leged criminal assault upon a young lad) of this city, Miss Bosmeir. TRUXTON BEALE WEDS MAN WHO SHOT DOWN SAN FRAN CISCO EDITOR SOME TIME AGO TAKES A WIFE. aBY ASSOCIATED PRElS. New York, April 14.-Truxton Beale, former minister to Turkey and Greece, has married Miss Marie Oge of San Rafael, (al., in this city. Only the mother of the bride, Mrs. W. I.. Oge; Mrs. John R. Mcl.ean, Mrs. Iteale's sister-in-law; Creighton Webb, his best friend, and Archibald Forbes were present at the ceremony, which took place tn Mrs. Oge's apartments in a hotel. After an informal wedding breakfast Mr. and Mrs. BIale started for Washing ton on their wedding journey. They wl sail soon for Europe, where they will re main all summer, and will divide their time after their return between Washing ton and San Francisco. Truxton Beale and Thomas W. Wil liams, Jr., president of the California Jockey club, attacked Frederick Marriett, editor and proprietor of a San Francisco newspaper, September, 9oo3, because of aan article that, as they allege, referred to Miss Oge. Mr. Beale and Mr. Williams declared the article was untrue when they went to Mr. Marriott's home to force him to make a retraction. This was refused and they shot him three times. SLAIN IN REVENGE MACEDONIANS SLAUGHTER FORTY BASHI BAZOUKS AND A LARGE NUMBER OF GENDARMES. DY ASSOCIATED PRIES. Vienna, April s4.-4dlapatcha from -Sos announce that a band of a i ans recently surrounded and a. h id ro Bashi Bazouks and sto near Pettich, Macedonia, out of reven a the murder of their leader, Captain leff, who was recently killed in IIIesMnt in the district of Melnik. . ind aa red the district chief of Peitrich and as ol. dier, whom theq trippe d r..l ,d, BUTTE CUT OFF FROM THE OUTSIDE WORLD SO FAR AS WESTERN UNION IS CONCERNED THE DAILY INTER MOUNTAIN CONTINUES TO GET THE NEWS Though the Western Union has cut all the leased wires running Int' Butte, including the Inter Mountain's Associated Press leased wire, this ncv paper's news service has not been interrupted. The Inter Mountain will tinue to print the news of the world, as usual, 12 hours ahead of the m newspapers. 4 When the Inter Mountain was notified this morning by Manager Wilg. all the Western Union wires in the city had been cut out it at once set about securing the service in another way. Through the energy and activity of M. E. Stone of New YVok, president of the Associated Press, to whom the Inter Mountain present,:d the altter by wre, arrangements were made whereby the full Assocr.,td Press eport wouldl he taken off the leased wire at Helena and forwarded promiptly to the Initer Mtiun tain office in Butte over a wire procured from the Post,il Telre.laph r.orrpl,iny. W. S. P. Hawk, district superintendett of the Postal Telo''., ,h i imp.,in at Helena, and A. W. Copp, Associated Press .trrrit at S.ilt L c. , .i , a ,tted nrl ,ti ri.lly in establishing the new arrangemenit. The result was that at the usual hour this nmorlion. the' A' . u.1..tel P'res' report began ticking into the Inter Mou nt.t n otl l e li i, t I hi I .l WI til'er the Western Ulnoin rcbumnr; bsus'iss cor unt the Inteir MIuniuin wll wIt IIu to receive and print the full report of the world's news. rhe' patrons cf this niwspapei will u'f. r, not t.r sliuhtr,* i-' 1 ,%v( enie. Of LouI e. the new arrangenment entail i'n II"r.tlel' .utdinuinal I' tniO,. but thiu will be borne cheerfully rallther than have the Inter Muntt,ain'r newst scrvice i.n paired. The news will be printed as ,,.ual. __Pr, n ar orii ar La i qo tu N uo i gal /'arkan ý37oir~r :S fn g. atGardiner Phot o I akrn by 1. /L D pnn for Inferr A/ oinfain SMITH IS PARDONED JEFFERSON COUNTY MAN TO BE RELEASED, DESPITE THE PRO TESTS MADE. PECIAI. Tr) TilP. INTER MOUNTAIN. Hlelena, April a4.-The pardon of R. Smith, the fefferson county child slayer, whose release has been bit-rly fought by the State lunmane society, was sign:,d to dlay by Governor 'Toole. Smith's crime was of an unlusually bru tal nature. Ilis child was ill at the time and the details of the murder are shock. ing in the extreme. lHeaded I,y President Rosenzweig, the State Ifumane society has made every ef fort to keep Smith in the penitentiary. His pardon was announced sotme days ago by Acting Governor Murray. An immediate protest was made, but de spite every effort to dissuade him, Gover nlor ''oole today signed the document which makes Smith a free man. KILRAIN PAYS FINE ANACONDA DOG CATCHER IS OUT $35 AND COSTS FOR USING HIS BIG GUN. PrE('rAL. TO 'rT1E INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, April .4.--(;us Kilraln, dog. catcher, on trial today for assault in the second degree, plead guilty to assault in the third degree and was fined $.3% and costs by Judge Hendlricks. lie paid the fine and was released. Several weeks ago Kilrain flourished a pistol in the face of 'Mrs if. A. Denny, wife of t.e county treasurer, while, as 'he claited, in the discharge of his duty. C. A. Henry, general manager of the Sun Insurance company, i hiere today on a business visit to the local agent; R. DoB. Smith. Mr. Henry's headquarters are in San Francisco. The Blackstone Baseball club has issued a challenge to the courthouse Baseball club, the latter to name the date of the ga-mie. - The Spencer will case drags on in the district court. It will go to the jury late this afternoon. Dead Body Found. Sv ASSOCIATED P3niI. San Francisco, April a4.-The dead body of a man, jo years old supposed from papers feund to be that of' H, C. Wheetstone of Clarkston Wash., has been fquad in Little Creek, Wuashl., two miles souteuast of town, w~ith a bullet hole In the head. KELLEY HAS HESIGNED STATE SENATOR FROM SWEET GRASS COUNTY CANNOT PER FORM HIS DUTIES NOW. SPECIAL TO TiIe INTmI MOUNTAIN. Helena, April 24.-Senator J. N. Kelley, Swcctgrass county, has forwardled his res ignation as a member of the upper house of the Montana legislature to Governor 'Toole. Having been appointed receiver of the government landotlice at BozemIan, Mr. f.4 Former Senator I. N. Kelley. Kelley thinks he would be unable to serve in the assembly. His term expires with the present legis lative year. The vacancy must be filled by a special election, under the law, but this will not be necessary, unless a special session of the legislature should be called before the expiration of his term. Heavy Loss by Fire. BY ASSOC'AT 'rI;n I.fiS. Fairbury, Neb., April 4;.- Fire destroyed fully a quarter of the best business portion ot the town, comprising an entire block on the south of the publie square, lumber yards near by, the Methodist church and parsonage, a block away, and minor damuge to residences. Loss, from $a4o,ooo to 3oo,ooo. P ..' Room Service Shut " iat and Newspaper Wires Closed. dusiness Mecn Unable to Communicate With Their Agents. T'rh \\'-ii rln I 'nii.i Ii .L . h l l y ri I l.. y A " nmte,.I' ' Isg , I lvtha ne SuptIsI. tet.I I. *Ihns I. fr\lfi* ha.I n, \l In spl' , . etc riii't l1. y 1I nI ,tl ,l.u, I. r I r..i \\11, 11, - r lIcdt..l fins ,t.p .t me ei" 1 .1 I h 0 h,14"1.11, h t ill , 111Vy k 11no(111 .". ii . 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Mofitt, assistant general superintenident of the American District T'elegraph companlly, gave oult an interview to this paper, statilng the possi hility of Ilutte havinig \VWe,.trn I'nion Telegraljph service dep,:endl d oi, tihe action of the city'l business Ienr and atllhori ties. Yesterday's qui t ainl the fct that men andl girls were at work aIl:ide it l',k as if no crisis would collie immeldiat'iely At that time the police protet.. t eI Il, \\'.tcrn Union office. Manager Wild Talks. Manager levi S. Wild of the Western Union laid today to the Inter Mountain: "This office is closedh. My illnstructions from the East are to close all our wires and do no business of aiiy character what sover here. 'This applies equallly to all the leased wires in the city--all of them are dead. I know tinthing more about the matter than mly orders." F. L. Reber of life Silter low Trades and Labor Assiembly' co.I ernnl tltc in charge of the strike, said: "I regard this as an arlitsary move on the part of the Cmllanl:y ill keepinig with the policy which the hical mIallagement pursued when it refusel to recognize the unions in any shape or anllner. This, for the time beirig at least, settles thie strike." ORDERED DEPORTED HELENA CHINK HAS NOT PROPER PAPERS--ROUNDUP MEN IN SESSION. Si'ECIAL TO THE INTER MO'UNTAIN. Helena, April J4.-Wong Way, a Chi nese laundryman, was found not to have proper papers today and ordered de ported. He was arrested by Chinese In spector Levy nd Deputy Marshal George. The North Montana Roundup associa tion is in session at the Grandon hotel. They were honored with a lunch today by the Montana club, who will give a smoker in their honor tonight, The Madden-Oglesby fight is to be pulled off at the opera house tonight. In terest in the event is general. Treaty Is Adopted. 'The Iague, April z4.--The chamber of the state today adopted the treaty o: arbitratloa between Holland and Veneauela.