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ATTACKED IN COUNCIL Police Committee Said to Be After the Heads of Patrol man McGillic and Stenographer Dooty. The plice commllitlter of Itie city cotut cil pIrolanhly will attack ther records of two memlierhr of the p lice dirparttlcenlt at to night'. counllt il ntc'ttilli. ihcltc Ilien are Spro.ifl (I qic +er ll;rlvey M e',illic antl \ in cent I ,.+ty. stcn',,raph; l r fir the chief. L.at niht tht itt thi c itt e disculssed both men. Mt',.teri ciiliit tlat c ihllic has what they are ph i-ic to termt a ",lnap." I),ty i , it)y .id. wi t a utsl.,-vs fixture. It is I.l op'scd to acli,.h the cflicts hiild by Lhth. I hietf Heyn.l will l.e kivern an op piorttic llty. it is -til ,I. t lilcli' hi side of thi. ,llt, ti.-,l rit. r' tilt coul, cil ttlnight. i. lncernl llll it l ,ilit'. lit' r oi , rtis of the itp.. t ml ent lalt ll h ,rHitu init rt'r lin, facts. Does Detective Work. Nicicilltc docs ;i -hIitiie's work. Fir thil hIe etsi a pIhII mani' pay. 11i' hlas mialh ,re arret.l .liuriing his 14 lontlih, as a slt ial Iltr I than anlilly other an 11;111In t -he dhl-;artlnt t duinlg the samllle tiler. Illi arrit hate r uilted itn a lirge pro prti..n iof .o,t ii twi, i, ii.. (iot t I e1 'e Coi. ti lr'% ar ntl.wolllhy. I'.dwacid .La Ilic. f, Ir time itmurderer, lt;,. ,edl ait Ilac-.isn L. 't ulnniti.r, was cap tIrl, t1 thrtough a rc.ul; k.bldh lit,,e of dtetc itie i,,w rk n . .11 lli c palt. 'I c cclp ti " wdita l.e wi tic ih asted Nsi m,.,, i." and : t( 111 fI,1 ove-r .1,0n1 nmil q. I .-; .,<, r \ t h1 ,", '.e ( . i t,,a iaon N orth w. *t .I *nit. d . I .'e ini if Itle most fa "i, t i f t.,, Ir. ,, ti r 'he I clerIn hcict Ii'. ;:" : :,,dc t.! - .. , r, :- a, the direct rc f t r i o i i on tlv 1ii ti r-ittir. 'Ihis wii'c l., I;i cir ii ' t ii';tI , .rit,.i tic. cailtir l n,,,t, th;,n a t..,r .,e... \\' tks after the ,,, , w. r i l,' ,l I ,llrrii r ,,, toa turtd in .\l i ,ka. I., Il i tll 11,I to the United Almost Lcst in Montana. h the gr' i; t i.. i tv for whic h they : :, . t rhe I , ,ilia N ,rthw'i.t ,, , lli , ut i t, ' t. lih :t a l t ,il. S . -t . it I ii ',lont .l: i. I , t I . I ' I . h ti; l -t- ,,i . , tl. n., t ili S t i t a, t d,:t.ll l i. t ti',p i, l tlt I ti i c m - t ' f f. .-. ii ' r: l..tin iui l ,nt . .' , i r : ti , ui i c t r iu i tt' , l,, c hi tr . Ihc ,, . ' t,. ,l r I . " tillir. Si. tte ot tr h.,,, fol'llw, tl ch en-c. i' ta i t , rti t o i t tI " Ki itr , e 'lt had I.It., .i I trerh w hl r tihti I .ailian, dc. it :.t i .ar l :.uh.i . Ilh . t ;,c4ala th fngitivce ' ,:Ii ', i: t iill,'l \\tl h iwent t t 1 r .,.,. rth Illtre lie lgot i. mIla,. I t' Iclic wi hti.'t. r fait.w months latrir. L,. ' Mi \ .li .l n is c erri ing a I year-ri it i.tr. t.r hi h .itay I,,ticrk Int the rt ."!i ,,f \Ih i "lly'.i i-marve,. M.1c.hane had inc, l il it ll,, ., .lit r. i irll int , r - A t, r in haofI 4,1,h11 " hie ;,,h'I h' t oil' nlI kn,,rktl hint down , th his ,i attent. A'ttr a ,it pl-rite .trii el. the oth. h r dis I r /:e,] )i- prlot, r. .t phialne \\ Miami .it thrte year; and lis11%, L.,r lirtter in highway roLht ry, I5 antr-. .lht11 illic trated -:mil ctpturtd i,. tih. Burglar Quickly Captured. Itill ( Ihtllt, uttrvlar, wai, capturrd, two lH,,rs aftr ht. entered a holise on 'tah ll an1l1l. . bhy + <l ;illiw. lih a.t ihrtt year,. hll1iv the ,ii, ani,lht r Ihu ,I;Ir captured Lt \. llillic. is arrvim, :t like ,rinl. "le \\illhtnts, ilth I:l.i0 & \\1'eimii C'ary ILr}fl;:r. wa'is rerclniiel , i, I';iik ,tro t a id ir ttI l t) l, (,ilhi'. Ith is strfv il fil il"lih i t ir ,t iiitisl , A ctowI of flit y . ,,on th.. It'Wes sidt', McQUEEN ADDITION Across the Street From Office Building of THE NEW SMELTER Lots selling very rapidly. No change of price until after May 15. LOTS $150.00oo $25 Down. Balance $10 Per Month Come early and get your pick. Will drive you to addition. Six-inch city water main throughout entire addition. THE THOMPSON CO. 15 W. BROADWAY FIRE INSURANCE LOANS to whose work malny hoI)I.ho(lers in that section look back with regrct, was brokent up by Mc(,illic. lie recovered 80oo worth of ptlunder. Mc?;illic is especially well known in the drepartlment for his work among local thieves. I'Petit larceny cases, the hardest in many respects to trace and the most serious in the aggregate in a city of this PulicenanDa Barne y MIGillic. size, have nmost of them been handled by Chief Rrynlidoi hais given him mnost of the work int tracing list property. Dc scriptive letters askinag for lust persons or fugitives have as a rule faillen into Mlc (ii.i!'es hatndl. uor 14 mti h ttIs lie has nonue this% de t((ctive' work it a l'utruluuutu a salary. DImluuy haullks tIlhe uflice work. 'Ihlis Cu pcta ut aul-aeruing all courrespoitiul.nlue. 'Iliii s voiutinniuuiuuts. tirtte is. uitre or les.s of a centutr, a1ndI its puolice iluicfrtuuuuuut guts letter ftiuui mlaty flirt liwest ril muuitts coactc rujing theeingt cruuimuinal+. Sucht lIt ners mulust ie anuswiredl. l)utphic,itus of the answers are filed. The letters are then filed for reference themselves. Kept by Stenographer. The criminal record is kept by the chief's stenographer. All circulars, photo graphs, offers of rewards and similar ma terial are kept for reference by him. He makes out the reports. At present the annual report or the de partment is pending. This takes from four dlays to a week's work. When George Cole confessed to the Blurlington train robbery this winter, I)ooty took down his words in shortthaad. Such work is revarded by officers as a necessity in a city of the size of Bute, and conimes under the head of emergency duties. l.ost property and pawnbrokers' reports lath absolutely necessary, are received and filed by the stenographer. To this system the recovery of many stolen goods has been directli traced. TAKEN FROM THE HOSPITAL Woman Calling Herself "Mrs. Nellie Fair" Leaves Bellevue. nY ASSOCIATED PRESS, N(w YVrk, April .9.-The woman who regis. ti red at the iftht Avenue hotel as Mrs. Nellie I';ir of Sant Francisrcn, April 8, and who was t.i n' frtint there to Itellevue, Monday night, li., bei n releasedl fruin the hospital and is sup. I ,.ocd to have left the city. Yesterday a we!l. dre*,rd m:an, v tho refslled to divulge Ilis na ite, callIed t the I .,ital and asked that the hospt. tal autllhritis sltppreti tIe woman's name in rI, r that her iriends in (alifornia might not h ini -hie had be.n in Itellevue. BEGS TO ANNOUNSE A GR7AND AUCTION SALE By eatalogue of Oriental Rugs and Lace eurtains SALE TO SOMMENCE MONDAY, MAY 14. AT 2 P. M. In our Carpet Department, third floor. Sale to be conducted by MR. MARK EZEKIELS. This sale presents a rare and excep tional opportunity for lovers of the beautiful and artistic in Ori ental Rugs and Fine Lace Curtains to secure them at a bargain. eatalogues Ready for Distribution Next Saturday, May 2 r! IL~ j~~ DEATH CLAIMS 1. M. SCOTT; SAN FRANCISCO Builder of the Battleship Oregon Expires After a Long Illness. BY ARSO:IATED PRFSS. San Francisco, April 2,.--Irving t. Scott, for many ycars vice president and general manager of the Union Iron works, died yesterday at his home in this city. Ilc had been in poor health for a long time, and a few days ago lie was stricken with alarming symptoms. Mr. Scott has long becn a sulferer from. kidney trouble. Irving Murray Scott was of Quaker pa rents and camne from Baltimore. Iie was born )ecember zs, 1837. He was edu cated at the Milton Military academy and the Baltimore Mechanics institute. -He en tered the factory of O~ey Hussey, manu facturers of reapers. lie there became an cxp ert draughts.an. lie came to California and was a draughtsman, superintendent and later a partner in the Union Iron works. HIe de signed the.machinery on the Comstock and invented machines and other devices for assisting labor. lle was for several terms president of the Mechanics institute and of the art as wciation, regent of the university and trus tee of the Leland Standford, Jr. university. lie built tile battleship Oregon adl other ELLEN M. STONE IS TO LECTURE IN THIS CITY Mrs. Ellen Stone. DEWEY TO INSPECT FLEET Yacht Mayflower Takes the Admiral to Southern Drill Grounds. BY .:~EOC'IAI :IE PRESS. \Washington, April q.-- -Flying the four starred flag of an admiral of the navy, the yacht i,iayflower sailed yesterday for the southern drill grounds off Cape Henry, llhere Adimiral I)cwey will inspect the North Atlantic fleet, In iaddlition to the admiiral, the May Ilower carries the following officers of his stalT: Rear Adnmiral Ilenry Taylor, Captains Swift and Pill.lbury and Commnander Sar geant of the gcneral board, and Lieutenant Marble. At the conclusion of the insnection and review of the fleet Rear Admiral Parker will relieve Rear Admiral lligginson of the conoatul, Adimiiral Ihewty and his staff will return to \Wshilnton Sunday. Dr. G. D. Boardman Dies. IIY ASOfOCIA'I I) PEIs., Al. liltie ('ity, N. J., April 9g. -.)r. IGeorge I); ana liturhidmanl , iauthocr, oratoi r and Ilreachelr, is dead here today after a longl illness. great warships and many fine vessels of commerce. He had been a candidate for United States senator and always took a promi nent interest in politics. Mr. Scott for many years made his resl dence at 52 Harrison street this city. The Late Irving M. Scott. Famous Missionary Will Tell of Her Capture by the Brigands. Ellen M. Stone, the famous missionary whose capture b," Macedonian brigands and subsequec,t ransom forms a page in the history of the past decade, is to lec ture Friday night at the Grand Opera house. Miss Stone is touring the conti nent under the direction of Major Pond of New York. She will tell of her missionary labors in Macedonia. of her capture by the out laws, her long imprisonment, how she daily stood in fear of death and was up held only by her fait.. in God. Her lec ture should be extremely interesting. It is illustrated with stereopticon slides, show ing the missions in Macedonia and the sort of people she was thrown among. NEW EXPRESS AGENT F. W. PRESTON COMES TO BUTTE AS THE SUCCESSOR OF R. T. STARR OF THE GREAT NORTHERN. F. W. Preston has arrived to assume the duties of agent of the Great Northern Express company, relieving R. T. Starr, who, at his own request, has beenl trans ferred to the position of traveling agent of the collpally. Mr. Preston is an expres.man of cx perience, having learned the business in the service of the American Express com pany in the East. Five years ago he went to Portland, Ore., in the employ of the Great North ern Express company, and was transferred from there to a position as traveling agent with headquarters at Spokane. Subse quently his headquarters were transferred to Great Falls. Mr. Starr takes the same position, but will make his headquarters at Helena. Mr. Starr, who is deservedly popular with the patrons of the company, has a host of friends here who regret his departure. He asked for the change on account of the health of his wife. CHOOSING DELEGATES LABOR UNIONS PREPARING FOR THE COMING CONVENTION IN DENVER. WEIGHTY MATTERS TO BE UP Session Will Begin May 25 and Con tinue Ten Days-Great Interest Being Taken. Labor unions in Butte are busy pre paring and selecting delegates to the two labor conventions scheduled to be held in Denver the latter part of May. The work begins May aS and will con tinue until all business is transacted, prob ably a week or to days. Last year the delegates were in convention for two weeks. Questions of importance relating to la. bor and the general policy outside of the routine work will be considered. The convention will include delegates from the local unions affiliated with the American Labor union throughout the western states, and the Western Federa tion of Miners will hold their convention at the same time. It is thought there will be 1s2 delegates present at the A. L. U. convention this year. Transportation of Delegates. Arrangements have been made for the transportation of the delegates, but it has not yet been decided whether or not a spe cial train will be chartered. This question will be settled at the meeting of the delc gates Friday evening. From the Miners union the delegates will be James Connell. Mike Ryan, Ed Long, P. J. Nugent, John Shea and Wil liam McGrath. From the Mill and Smel termen's union there are two delegates to the Western Federation of Miners' convention, John F. Smith and J. hill. man. The A. L. U. delegates elected so far are S. F. Wainscott, from the Teamsters' union; Boyd I. Dickenson and I). F. Courtney from the Clerks' union, while the Cooks' and Waiters' union is sending F. W. Cronin and F. J. Moore. Extensive preparations are being made in Denver for the reception of the dele gates and it is expected this convention will eclipse any previous labor meeting ever held in that place. Many Strikes On. There are a number of extensive strikes and lockouts in progress in different parts of the country at the present time, and these will be looked into at the conven tion and some plan of action deter. mined on. It is really in the nature of a national convention, as a number of national or ders affiliated with the American Labor Union will be represented. The convention of the Western Feder ation of Miners will take in all of the Western country and will include dele gates from all of the unions made up of men who make their living through min ini or smeltin ,. rhe final meeting to conclule arrange ments and settle details will be hild Fri day night. KILLED BY TOO MUCH STUDY Ohio Youth Passes Away After a Re markable Career. BY Ai$.O('IATED P5l'5R. Conneaut, Ohio, April ac.-Paul Miller, aged to. died at his home last night from overatudy. Paul was a remarkable boy. He was well versed on all historical and religious subjects, and two weeks ago filled the pul pit of the First LBaptist church in East Springfield and, it is said, preached as good a sermon as a man. The boy was as well informed in a general way as a man of 25 or 30 years. GOES TO SEATTLE FOR TRIAL Mrs. Adelaide Lloyd Smith Must Answer to False Pretense Charge. DY ASSOI'IATEOD I'MYBS, San Francisco, April s9.-Mlrs. Adelaide Lloyd Smith will go to Seattle in the custody of the officials who came to this city with war. rants for her arrest on the charge of obtaining money under false pretenses. Judge De D Iaven decided the woman's fate in this respect yesterday. TMrs. Smith's appeal for a writ of habeas corpus was denied. Ar ar:pcnl front the court's ruling was filed. "The appeal, however, said the court, "will not in any way interfere with the execution oa the order jult given."