SPOR... NWS OF THE DAY
INVENTS A MACHINE THAT WILL SOAR
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name is (Gtu:sv hijtahiraud and he h,;Is
Construct(d ( (lying macUIhtCIIj I hat is ancti
ally said to fly. 'I "ts have* ?,aren iitde' and
the device hans dcn,'astrated its ability to
ON POWER BICYCLE
CEORGE A. WAYMAN, WHO STARTED
FROM 'FRISCO, REACHES
L NEW YORK.
fDY ASSOCIATID PIrS3.
New York, July 7.--Georpe A. WVayman,
a motor cyclist, has reached this city on
} chine from San Francisco and has
distinction of being the first man to
as th9 American continent on a power
He had ridden, pedalled qnd pushed his
caIint rom San Francisco to New York
o lys, including stops. Wayman s
o wa. tb oygh Nevada, Utah, Wyo
N e, ana 'owa, Illin(is, Indiain,
Isylvan a .ni New York.
e.eft San tnciscl May 17. It w;,s
s I June that he got to Omaha.
avIng t'dden on ilload ties and crawled
trough snow-sheds for much of the w py
rough Nevada, Utah, Wyoming and N!
Chicago 1; New York 5.
Chicago, July 7.- Score: R II E
Chlalgo .............................a t 6
NIW York ..................... s 6 1
Datterles-Menefee and Klilng; Mathewson
and Bowerman. ULspire-O-('l)ay.
Pittsburg 4; Philadelphia 3.
Pittsburg, July 7.-Score: R l IC
Pittbur ....................: ......... 4 4
F ljjsdelphia......... . .. 3
htteel--Wilhelm and Smith; Mitchell and
Cincinnati 3; Brooklyn 9.
Cincinnati, July 7. Scores:
sirst game- R HI E
ncnnat............................ '"" ""'"" 6
rooklyn................ . 9
Batteries--lEwinll and I'eitz; (;arvin and Rit
ter. Usmpires-M-oran and Ilulliday.
Cincinnati 11; Brooklyn 3.
Second game- R II E
Cincinnati .............................. I I
BLatteries--lahn and llcrgen; Vickers. Ritter
and llugg. Umpires-Moran and Ilolliday.
Philadelphia 6; Detroit 5.
Philadrllphi, July 7.-Score: R II El
Philadelphia ........ .................... 6 , 1
Detroit............................. . a 8
Batterles.-Waddell and Schrlck,; Mullin and
Washington 0; Cleveland 1.
Washington, July 7.- Scores:
Fir t game- R II IF
lh ngton.............. ...............o u a
lDttsrles--l'.tttn and Kitredge; Ilernhard
Washington 1; Cleveland 3.
Second game- R If E
so. an on ............................. 4 u
levelnd . ................... ...... 3 :, 5 8
Batterles--Vilson and Kittredgc; Jonres and
New York 4; Chicago 2.
New York, July 7.-Score: R II E
. w York ........................... 4 9 j
Iage .......................... .a 6 o
latteries--\\olfe and Iteville; Owen, Mlc.
Farland and Slattery.
Boston 8; St. Louis 6.
Boston, July 7.--Score: R II 1I
[oltgn :. ·....................... a
t. o ti ................. . .. ..... 6 4
Ba eres-Y un and Crier; Siever, Lrry
and Kshoe. Umplre-Connolly.
JUVENIL IS DEFEATED
FOR DIAMOND SCULLS
Bv AssOrlATErD ra2an.
SHenley. England, July 7.--The attend
ance at the opening of the annual regatta
Bere today was marked by smaller crowd
The weather was threatening and a
strong wind was blowing. The only race
of special interest to America was the heat
of tae dinamond sculls.
Jtwsl of the Vesper club, Philad-l.
, was defeated by Bersford, In his
for the diamond scull. Time 9 min
stee and 30 seconds.
An Opportunity to Spend Sunday In the
romel; n una adt, Jrne s, the Norijhorms
o4 anj lodgIng in ivinlston
In the park. T eI on
Ie. 4u Istrs , t ooJ re.
mn er ow days only.
soa;r. 'I he tu·1II1 Ii,;,, i : .. .i i ,l: 1.1
tltvkel r kit,- awl i % h -01v li i , , it i o 1
I.o0111 f iihr ald jt'ipcto fir ther II i,.
TERSE TALES FROM THE
BUSY WORLD OF SPORT
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I lhe Itute s ,iI;t, Ilatoe 1, t. l t. '
iral fitIr Il.lush inl tilh t ,i I, ,, ,
and diln't fill.
fT It. l ,x rs H iII l,!.,y . I i , ink.:t.'
public for the iinext liw - in t,.
lutn hly Ki liin ,ho . i,:t i., rt 1 .
(;ans lilst ..atIfI y .i ma, h, h. th, ,11 . ,1 .h y
that "i an. g can lo n1, r ng.
'I'he stoh ry ou the *" .i \\ s.l livt t .,
Ortkltl Ii" Isl i b sil .*ul f ii, ' . -iihl , ,ik
one ft eo :hfst all I 11 111 ('11 im ~le ·l s
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heft is : chae l a ls h, i i, h11.h iung .1 r,", I
W Ihamrok IEll hf' 11.,. I I
"WhEOr arve the .,ts DNEf Ayetr ny
usked tilt hasthall f[lli., M tilie' / it rk
ward this afterlooln, nlder a tatiling c' i,
The devotes of htlah.lall w%%,h hati ' f',r
gotte t thGibn lay hlok like here rM
liee thiNot afin Conition tohat iMeet i
the e C pl ver Ryan..
rJoilnt relirding Iiits light, o nr tarilt, -
ier. forc oitlie of the -crrplrs will wlino
et trle iitillty inror of ackr ngoot tils a
with teliderloin Atiaks hlh rmin.i lh i,.f
the ao-ound clsh wih lo
Jullie at hire t it is ll ea'sy fbestr ipri
ficarers to taket alu ba in at te ad of it i
WILLIE MAY FIGHT
MUST AGREE TO STOP WILLIE IN
TWENTY ROUNDS OR LOSE
EXPLANATION OF RYAN FIGHT
Manager Gibson Swho dirays That Hi Man
Wa Not in Condition to M oneet
the Clever Ryan.
ohtipu Willie wants to fight l orge Gard
ner. John Willie is the person whom
Tommy Ryan knocked out last wcck in
the fourth round. W illic would like to
meet the conqueror of Jack Root in a
little r o-round clash with gloves.
it now appears that iutte did not see
to taillie at his best. Willie'I best is far
nhd away better than last Tuesday's xhto gi
bition, so it is said.
Willie was not i condition and ttle id not
lare was afecd beating at the hands of the
Kansas City man. Trhat's how it was,
and the Butte sports will be pleased to
(bear this explanation.
Manager Gibson who directs the finances
of the Chicago eighter, will insist on a
stipulation in the anticles that Gardner
must knock out Willie. If Willie should,
peradventure, stay the ao rounds oten the
decision should go to him. Manager Gib
son says that Gardner is not In a hurry
to take andiry such chance. It i intimated
that he will accept, however, failing to gse
a straight match.
Wiheylle's manaer says that the fghter
was iNo no conditon to do battle last week.
Te was afelected by the altitude and divers
other things that prize fighters are heir to.
When Willie is in condition he is a better
boxer t han Young Peter Jackson, it is
LEASHMEN DENY CHARGES
MADE AGAINST THEM
Tlou:as Knight and HI Corbio, charged
with changleig the collars on their dogs
In a matce race last week, appeared bWe
#tre the directors of the Montana Cours
Int club last evening it. 'their own defense.
They denied absolutely the allegations.
No action was taken .and the matter will
be left to an arbkraiion committee.
The club elected a:board of trustees ail
the meetin last eveningg They are: A.
F. Bray, idtathan Blake, Philip Short,
L= M. Grlebel iand G. M. McDoualI.
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MI ARGE PA R TY FROM THIS CIT
WILL GO ALONG TO DOUMENT
iThe a tealle tamonl othlfle tale tyh lar nhit
nidte chamon dl p Iitle th better ofn the
bout.y rnithe wa in excellent. nlt.I triand
vill C btt a hard battle.y h,. bllotw t i l
Next rSunday the Northern Pcy will.
po rlel Train will le ivenu the eachtu d iitrs
a. in .; returning, leaver Aid.e..eta:45.. Rn.i
arraving at Butte at bap . n . ...c.... leso
all ntr theood on. thIr train only. IFat wir
be, f ..rvedl,
TIcular caiel on or wrIte. erand
Ge ineral Aint gthAe f hall wa layed y
Y. P. e. C. ., EXCURSION TO DENVER
Frtghy alternls onvll ith l IS th in thise
Midesor and ocety at tevr the rtidernlt
elne will Sell thiketNo te Ju s: and c , fro
M cCarthy ...........i cher.................. n r ice
ontwyra c....... n .....pont to er ... .. d ver
pot a3. m inal returni lemit Augus at oa
for It ooe. Fofll .n r .. ...r t l ona
Mc nrae ..... ....cnter fi ldi...... l~g toa.
SMITH GIVES CORBETT
Forg th eIa nundu withcvt oft Chrisorti
city at the National Athletic lub last night,
and the champion had a little the better of th,
fort , fi nal tin exlcli ent conditi.n and
Next Sunday the. Northern. Pacill will ono
wilto. T l W. H. MER RIMAN,
Geoneal .|ood Norftharnl Pso Rlral. oay,
At eut Prices
Good for 30 Days
Beginning today, July 6, 1003, we will make to order stylish
suits, trousers and spring overcoats from your choice of our en
tire stock of fine fabrics.
Suits worth $45.00, $50.00, $55.00 and $600.00 for $35.00.
Suits worth $65.00, $70.00 antd $75.00 for $45.00.
'TrousersQ worth $12. ., $13.50, $15.00 and $16.00 for $10.00.
S(- ITrousers Worth $16.50, $17.00 and $18.00 for $12.50.
We employ none but expert workmen and use only the best
trimmings, guaranteeing the fit and finish of every garment.
('.... Call early, secure first choice and avoid disappointment.
Hennessy's Tailoring Dep't, Butte
J. P. MORGAN AS HE
APPEARS ON YACHT
J. I' ..IRG.I.V I .I IITI.( TOGs.
,t 'ttlcr I. P. ..ilr~ip ipeillds a grat deal
,f ii. ti. lc n bo.rdl his plh'ati yacht.
lI'h.tugltaphs of the great financier are
( 'lninalt from Page One.)
ti, .i.klr andt the otheIr received two slight
Deputy Sheriffs Wounded.
I hi. eL deputy sheriffs were slightly
At I: .i i so kcloc the ilei:lbcris of ( iit
paly A, Iirst rtgimunt, Indi;uw; National
,.iaril.. after a da'. . igilant guarding of
tllhe jail a;d lo d puty sherills, ulder
.Shlerilt I hris Kratz fired poilnt blank into
h IiIIc of too Iiilie gathered oni Fiuttrth,
I ii.iin 1 ..il \ ine streets. surroundilng tie
\Viltlrhlelrg coutity jail, and attempting its
IFroli 7 o'clock yesterday iotrnl;:ng util
the hiuur of last niight's collision the iioT)
,uirrounlced the jail, calling the imilitiamten
ilamles. assauiltinig then with stones alld
heratinR the de'puty sheriffs lho guarded
lThe mob had gradually ibecomei more
and more excited ;and its mIIanifestations iof
tul aitiess Ibecaiie Itmore frequtent, so that
it was tinally seen nothinlg could prevrcent a
riid on the jail.
Crowd Presses Forward.
At io:jo o'clock the rioters pressed for
wardl with Idetermination and innocent on
lhl:ers and the curious followed. Slowly
they forcedtl the militiamen back toward
the jail, unlltil the alley way between
Divisioni street and the stone building was
';lptai IBloom of the national board
ordered an advance on the rioters. Grad
uitaly the crowd was forced back, the sol
diers using their bayonets and the ,butte
of their gunls.
Suddenly a rioter fell. The riot soldiers
tried to drag himt to his feet, but before
they could do so were assaulted with
stones and bottles began to fly through the
t)ne soldier was struck with a rock and
fell. O()e rioter was knocked down with
a rifle butt, and then a shot was fired.
Starts a Fusillade.
The one shot started a fusillade of
musketry and shotgun fire from the de
fenders of the jail and a scattered return
fire from the rioters. Fully o3o shots were
fired from the jail windows, the courthouse
steps immediately opposite and the soldiers
in the streets. No one knows who fired
the first shot. The soldiers say it was
SAY EMERSON IS A FORGER
Warrant for Arrest of IM asouls Man Has
SPECIAL TO TIE INTER MOUNTAIN.
Missoula, July 7.-James Emerson Is
wanted for forgery and a warrant for his
arrest has been issued.
He Is alleged to have passed a cheek
with the reputed sl nature of J. A. Mc
Cormick upon the First National bank.
City tctective Hogan has the warrant
for Emerson, who has not been seen for
generally hard to obtain on account of Mr.
Mlorgan a well-known aversion to the snap
ihot lietio but a photographer has here
obtaircd an intrrcsting shot showing the
gr:eat millionaire in yachting costume.
WEISS OPPOSES ANY CHANGE
diutte Rabbi Talks of Making Sunday the
'In your issue of yesterday," said Rabbi
\'eiss. today. to the Inter Mountain. "you
have partially ItisutIoted me in my re
mn:arks of the proposed changing of the
Jestish salb;Lth from Saturday to Sunday.
"The words should the members of the
luttt: congregation see their way clear to
hol! services on Sunday rather than on
S;atttrday.' etc.. are not mine, even by
implication. We are not guided by a
hierarchy. h't we are by tradition.
"To forstall any misapprehension as to
mIy view, I beg to say that I am unalter
ahly opposed to any change of the his
In justice to Rabbi Weiss it is but
fair to state that the error was caused
by quotation marks having been placed
on the last par:graph of the story, when
they did not belong there.
AWAITING SHERIFF'S ARRIVAL
James Anderson, Arrested at Silver Bow
on Burglary Charge.
James Anderson, suspected of burglary, was
arrestedl at Silver ltow tunction this morning
by Depuuty Sheriff Dan ()uinn. and brought to
the county jail here, where he is now impris.
oned awaiting the action of the sheriff of Deer
Sheriff Storrar of Anaconda caused the arrest
of Anderson. The sheriff sent a telephone
message last evening to t'nder Sheriff McCar.
vey of this place, asking him to keep a look
out for three men who had committed burglary
at Anaconda, and the arrest of Anderson re.
Deuty Sheriff Dan Q(uinn of Silver Bow
was also notified, and he went to Gregson
Springs, while McGarvey and Deputy Sheriff
Burke of this place went to Rocker and Silver
HELD PENDING INVESTIGATION
Man Charged With Robbery Detained in
Mike Butler was arrested last night on
complaint of John Clancy, who accuses
him of robbery.
Clancy stated to the police that he met
Butler in a North Main street saloon and
that the latter struck him and took $6.5o
from his pocket.
Butler was taken to the county jail and
Clancy was held as a witness at the city
This morning Butler denied all knowl
edge of Clancy and stated that he had not
seen him in the North Main street saloon,
nor had he taken any money from him.
The county attorney's office will investi
gate the affair.
Trial for the Shamrocks.
BY ASSOCIATEOD Pass.
New York, July 7, (by Deforrest wire
less fron the steam yacht Erin).-The
two Shamrocks were towed out to the
Sandy Hook lightship today for another
trial. Sir Thomas Lipton had a large
number of suests with him, among them
being Gen. Thomas Wheeler,
Murderer Ie Executed.
Pittsburg, July 7.-Wil.ismd O'Connor,
better lknown as George Smith was elae.
trocuted today for the murder of W1b.h
man ýMatthew Wilson at CeMleskill, N. Y.,
Ia November, gpoo.
A. E. WHEELER IS TO MARRY
Acting Superintendent of Great Falls
Works to Wed Mise O'Grady.
sirs, t1 . TO THlE ItNtR MOUNTAIIN.
Great Falls. July 7.-Miss Lucy O'Grady
of tl,is city and A. E. Vheelcr, acting su
Iperintenlllcnt of the B. & M. smelter, are
to be married at high noon tomorrow at
the ho.e of the bride's parents on
Smelter Hill, by Rev. James K. Smith of
the Ii',t Methodist Episcopal church.
The bride is a local girl and is wello
knoiwn in HuBtte and other citibs of the
state. Shie is a sister of James O'Grady
of the IIt. & M.
The ceremony will be private.
SEARCHING FOR THE BODIES
Wreckage Left by the Jeannette Flood
is Being Probed.
fl .\.sO('IATED PRESS.
J.n-nr,. I'a.. July 7.- The search for bodies
of vici, ,of the ()nkford flood was resumed
with daylghti and will be prosecuted vigor
oualy. l . n t there is hope of finding the
remniui .. :.1 y uf those s.ill numbered among
PI'repnrntnr, are being made for the burial
of the viht.m,.
There were two funerals this morning, but
nmut of the interments will be arranged to
suit the c, venience of the undertakers, who
have also iutfered severely by the flood, itt
some inrtances having been practically put out
of hlu.ices by the loss of horses and car
Sending Home Mushrooms.
Mrs. ('. II. Edwards and Mrs. J. E. Bowen
this mnorning received from Messrs. Edwards
and It.wrn. who have anne into the country, a
full bucket of these delicious bits of the vege.
ta) e kingdom, and when last seen were hurry
Ing toward their homes to enjoy them. Mr.
IEtwards and Mr. ltowen are now in the moun
tains south of the city on a prospecting tour.
"soming Events Sast
Their Shadows Befores
And an early "coming event" is hot
weather. Are you prepared for it as
regards seasonable clothing? No?
You should order your light-weight
summer suit from us Instanter so as to
defy Old Sol to do his worst. We have
many pretty patterns in real summer
weight cloths which we'll be glad to
show you and to make'up for you.
JAMES We BELL
Tailor and Draper
56 Bast Broadway a a Butte
Our stock is now complete and we
are prepared to furnish you with
Rifles, Revolvers and Shot
Guns of Bvery Make at
In Badlesh Variety.
Shot Gun Cartridges
Of All Kinds Presh Prom
ii and 13 W. Park St.
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A US ENT4
SUTTON'S BROADWAY THIATER
Dick P. Sutton, Manager. 'Phoes ag.
Monday and Tuesday evanihgs, July 4
Managemest Daniel Frebhman, In
"IF I WERE KING"
8 Jstin JHui, ML..Carh.
from ars Theater a0 og
Cuwt rioes tt 6 e'ock harp.
Prices-ower nr, lo, s; hala
.orn e .laes h e sttester :so p.
'. 5.-Ne tsbets bit lte Ia a Mandq,
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