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THE BUTTE INTER MOUNTAIN
VOL XXIII. No. 94. BUTTE, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 103. PRICE FIVE CEN
VOL. XXIII. No. 94. BUTTE, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1903. PRICE FIVE CENTS.
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RUSSIA AND JAPAN
LIKELY TO FIGHT
Situation Regarding Man
churia Is Growing More
Strained Each Day.
SECRET CONFERENCES ARE
HELD IN PORT ARTHUR
War Question Ia Under Consideration
and Both Sides Are Preparing for a
Great Struggle-Subjects of the Czar
Gain Control of the Harbor at New
Chwang, Forcing Out the British.
VY ASSOCIATED. PRESS.
Kinchau, opposite New Chwang, Man
churia, July 8.-All the prominent Russian
officials in China, Manchuria and Korea
are attending the conference at Port Ar
thur.
Among them are Minister of War Kuro
patkin, Admiral Alexciff, the Russian min.
Iaters at Pekin and Seoul, the political
agents in China and Korea, including M.
Pokotiloff, recently Russian fi- ancial rep
resentative at Pekin; General Dessino, the
military agent in China, the civil and mili
tary officials at Muekden, Ilarbin and
Kirin and the administrator of New
Cirwang.
Enveloped in Secrecy.
The proceedings at the conference are
enveloped in profound secrecy. It is pop
ularly supposed the Russian officials are
oonsidering war questions.
The commercial foreign officers at New
Chwang and Port Arthur believe that the
possibility of war is increasing steadily.
The Russian policy is believed to be to
hold the Manchurian position and to take
nb steps to avert hostilities with Japan if
it is assured that Japan will fight un
aided.
The war feeling among the Japanese in
China is intensifying.
The Russian civil administration, with
the governor general of New Chwang, has
commenced the erection of a government
building designed to hold all the Russian
officers, including the telegraph and tele
phone departments, in the center of the
foreign settlement, partly on land ceded
by the Chinese, according to the Russian
explanation, and partly on the public
square, about which the foreign consulates
are congregated.
Preparing to Protest.
Residents of other nationalities are pre
paring to protest against this encroach
ment of the public square.
A Russian company yesterday com
pleted the purchase of the river tug busi
ness here.
This is regarded as an important step
toward Russian control of the harbor, as
the new company is apparently acting in
behalf of the Russian government, Russia
having but small commercial interests
here.
The British company had four boats
and the Russians have imported two more.
All six vessels are armed and command
ed by Russian officers. The crews are
moosed of soldiers.
MALTING CASE
STOCKHOLDERS MAY NOT SECURE
$1,855,000 IN DIVIDENDS
AFTER ALL.
BY ASSOCIATED PIRNISS.
New York, July 8.-The appellate di
lision of the supreme court today handed
down an opinion in the case of Archibald
H. Hutchinson, et al. against Charles A.
tadley and the American Malting com
PTe suit was brought to compel the di
rectora of the American Malting company.
• New Jersey corporation, to pay to the
Stockholders dividends amounting to $s,
35,35o and also to compel the directors to
pay the corporation $65o,ooo for damages
alleged to have been sustained through
negligent and illegal management of the
property.
poThe complaint was dismissed by the
lower court, but by the judgment the ap
pellate division now reverses and orders a
new trial.
MAURICE DEERING IS
DEAD AT GREAT FALLS
Former Postmaster at Marysville Suo
cumbs to Lung Trouble-Had
Resigned His Office.
SPECIAL TO TIlE INTER MIOL'NTAIN.
Marysville, July 8.-Maurice Deering, up to
1 month ago postmaster here, is dead at Great
Valls at the home of his brother, James )ecr.
Inn, a clerk in the Isad office here.
The deceased, who had been reappointed by
President Roosevelt, resigned In June, as he
was unable to perform his duties. lie had
sever recovered from an operation for foot
tuberculosis, performed a year ago.
Hie was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Deering Sr., of tlhi city, and the interment
nill probably be made Ihere,
WAITERS GO OUT ON STRIKE
Several Big Restaurants in Chicago in
Serious Trouble.
DY A.OC('IA''ED PR'-ESS.
Chicago, July 8.-Another strike of II.
H. Ko'hlsaat & Co.'s waiters was inaug
prated today in seven of the down-town
tunchrooms of that company.
This action, coaming after the concern's
em ployes had returned to work after an
ei ht-weeks' strike, is said to be the result
pfa meeting of the colored waiters' union
last night.
It was reported the company refused to
sign the union wage scale.
FOUR KILLED IN A WRECK
Freight of Thirty-five Cars Piled Up on
Track at Middale, Near Kalispell.
PtI(I I. T'O Ill INII.it Mit''NTIAI Y.
Kalispell. July F.-A freight wreck !n,
volving the loss of fou:r lives and dantnce
to 35 cars occurred last night at li:1.
dale on the (;re ;t Northern.
A defective rail piled the long tr;min
up on the track.
Four trampsllll, \lonse nlamets could not
be learned, were found dead in the debris.
Traffic is still impeded,
FIUIT INSPECTORS
MEET TOMORROW
Men Employed by State Board
of Hortioulture to As
semble in Butte.
INTERESTING SUBJECTS
ARE TO BE CONSIDERED
Attendance Will Be Large and Much
Good, It Is Expected, Will Result
From the Conference-Data Will Be
Sought in Order That Number of
Trees Planted May Be Known.
The first meeting of this year of the in
spectors employed by the state board of
horticulture to inspect the fruits, trees
and plants shipped into the state will be
held in Butte tomorrow afternoon.
It is expected that all of the inspectors
will he present. The meeting will be held
for a general interchange of ideas to pre
pare the inspectors for the fruit inspection
for tlis year, as fruit from other states
is now being received.
Notice Sent Out.
President F. N. Ilrandagee of the state
hoard of horticulture a few dnays ago in
structed C. Il. Edwards of this city, sec
retary of the state hoard, to seind out
notices of a meeting of the inspectors to
be held in the secretary's oflice in the
Clark building and Mr. Edwards accord
ingly mailed the followitg notice to eaclh
inspector :
Dear Sir--I tY dlirectin f the pIt.ide.nt of
the Montana State ltoardl of I Iti Cultani. you
are hereby notified that a mICteetiig of the n.
sp.ecturs of said board will lie hell in the ity
of Itutte. July 0. Iu.n. at p t. m., in I(om I o4.
Clark block, Park and .\cadnlry sItrcve.
The pIurlose of the meelring is fr an ex
chainge o opiniun on o rchard and fruit in.pce
tion and such other hintters as mIy come he'
fore the meeting andl to secure im itI ac ii,
among the inspecturs.
'otu will try and ht e ipr..c nt. Ilring tith
you any specimens of disc.ielcd fruit lllll
nursery stick that youl may I:have or lie stll lto
secure. Kindly reply at once, iifilrliiiiig tiIe
whether you will attend. It is iitlportait, sit
be silre and be here oun time.
Large Attendance Expected.
Secretary Edwards said today lie ex
pected all of the inlspectors wottl lie
present, all but two, U). ('. I'sty iof Big
Fork, i'Flathead county, and U. .A. I'ar
sons of Kalispell, haviing alhcady Iotilild
him they would attenl.
l'he inspectors are E. N. Ilranduagci 'f
lielena, inspector-at-large; Il. C. tmGardiner
of Bozeman, George (;ooil of 'llomlltrsoln
iFalls, J. U. Reed of Ilamilton., C. i. IubI
bard of Great FIalls. U. C. Esty of Big
Fork, 0. A. Parsons of Kalispell.
"Considerable fruit is .cing received in
the state now from other states," siaild
Secretary Edwards to the Inter Mountain.
"Peaches, apricots, plums andl some alt
ples and pears are bIeing received, mostly
from (Californin Tl'hu. fur the fruit re
ceived is in good shape.
No Complaints Made.
"There have been no complaints about
codlin moth, which has been a source of
coinsiderable trouble in the past.
"There is no disputing the fact that
since the fruit dealers have come to realize
the Montana State Board of Ihorticulture
means business in the matter of etnforcing
the rules agaitnst disease infected fruit,
we are getting a lot of fine fruit. Inci
(_ ('ntinued on 'Page Three.)
IHEY CHEAI OEATH
AFTER A CAVE-IN
ENTOMBED MEN RESCUED AFTER
TWENTY-FOUR HOURS IN
DARKNESS.
DY ASSOCIA'IED P'tS.S.
Shamokin, Pa., July 8.-Eight tmiiners
were entombed yesterday by a gangway
caving in at the Reading Coal & Ilrun com
pauny's Black Mountain colliery.
A rescue party drove a hole into the
mine through an old slope and today
reached the miners, who were alive and
uninjured.
Some of them narrowly escaped being
crushed by the falling coal.
TO INVITE BUTTE WORKMEN
Helena and Great Falls Want Local Men
to Join Them.
SI'I.(TAt TO TO TIE INTER MOiUNTAIN.
Helena. July 8.-The Woodmen of the
World of Helena will invite the Iutte
camps to the capital for a picnic in Atu
gust. The camps of Great Falls are to
come here and a geacral good time is as
sured.
H. J. Pickett is chairman of a general
committee having the outing in charge
and he, with J. It. Casey, will forward the
invitation to the Butte camps.
The outing will be given at Broadwater
park.
SOME GOOD RACES AT HAVRE
Purse of $400 Hung Up for Main Event
and There Are Minor Numbers.
P'l:tIAT. TO TIHE INTER MOI'NTAIN.
llavre, July 8.-Havre will see some
good racing July so. A number of horses
from Butte and other places are entered.
The main event will be between Inferno,
owned by Dr. J. 1). Crutcher of lHavre,
and Fleet Gazelle, belonging to B. Cra
umer of Kalispell.
This purse will be $400, instead of
$3,ooo, as originally put up.
SPAULDING IS TO BE HELD
Letley Creek Lunatic Will Be Sent to
the Insane Asylum.
SI'ERALI TO T'III INTER MOiUNTAIN,
Great Falls, July 8.- Charles Spaulding will
go to the insane asylum. 'I he warrant con
signing him to Warm Springs will be signed
so soon as he shall have sufficiently recovered
to leave the hospital.
The neighbors on Letley creek fear his re
turn from the asylum should he be dismissed
after a course of treatment, as Spaulding is
known to be very dangerous and subject to
unforeseen fits of insanity.
ARE AFTER DAN NICHOLS
Five Charges of Horse Stealing Have
Been Filed Against Him.
SI'CIAI. TO TIre INTER MOUNTAIN,
Dillon, July 8.-Two new charges of
horsestealing were filed today against Dan
Nichols.
T'he comp.llainants are S. Marchereau
and Milt Ilaycs, both of the Grasshopper
valley.
aiThere are now five charges in all
aaiatat NIchede
REBELS CAPIURE
AMERICAN SHIPS
Two Vessels Reported to Be
Taken by Revolutionists
at Ciudad Bolivar.
VENEZUELAN GOVERNMENT
ALSO SEIZES THREE
General Gome: Will Offer General
Rolando Presidency of One of the
States If He Will Surrender and Sup
port the Executive-French Gunbol
Goes to Protect Citizens of Republio.
Yv ASSOC'IAtII) Phll.
Port of Spalin, Island of Trrinidad, July
8. -It is reported from Ciudad Bolivar.
Venezuela, that tie Venezuelan govern.
ment oflicers have captured three Anmerican
steanmrs near Apure and that the revohu
tionirts at 'inhdad ItBliv:ar have captured
two AIeIIric'anl veselas.
The French gunbolat Jouffrey passed here
last night on her way to Ciutdad Bolivar,
Ve'nezuela, lhich is in the hands of the
revolutiniistui, to prtet.u [rench interesta
and culhlectt dicumints relating to claims
arieing from tIhe rcvolutio,,. the positollce
authoritics at (i ll, litiaitr, having de
tainted them fur three mitnih,, ill order to
pircvcnt theni heilg pretAnted to to te
mixedl trihunal.
Anl attack on (iuldail 1-litar is expected
to ta:k Iplace I.morrow, Ibut before attack
ing the city. eileral .iuent will offer
I(;eCeratl Illatludo, the mandei:lllCr of the
rev .olutionists , in thie ,iite of P'resident
('antr. tlhe Ir1"i.hi ny of ion of the state"
of Ven'zt'rla if RIlanIo will stupport the
Vt' ' 1 il't l n 1 yg V'orlllt'tl .
CHRIS BURSEIND IS DEAD
Pioneer Beavporlhead Merchant Had Been
in Montana Since 1868.
!I'It: .l. 1ii liml u IN it\ Maii o \ AINi .
I)illou. Juiv' .- chlris Ituirwniid, one of
the lhiert tnirlnhalits of tli lic; ,verhicad,
lied today.
lhe had h. 1 in him in'. inl thi. ct"lionl
from l Mil up Ito a few years agoi.. when ll it
n lhl m.ilt ii i iterestl %l IIlt retired.
'l'The ct te pc tl awms , lw ii i n lIiniver. (;er
m,, vny. in uIN 4. lhe a.. ito A.nmetria in
I1s5 u nilll Wt'(lI to l alilila,;l whIlt'i he.l i wa
i; dairymi.it dtitring the ea.rly mining days..
lhe leaves a i ife. but nu chilren. The
funeral will lA- hlch Friday -at tlhe home.
IS HOT IN THE SOUTHWEST
103 Degrees in Oklahoma and 95 in
TopekC and Kansas City.
IIY A.\1 it IAI IA l I) Ii I:S.
Kansai.n City, July 1.- Tolday is the hot
test of the .os-lnon in this part of the
noithl1wet.
The following t1mperaitmures wire re
ported at noil:
( iklh;liu a, I;uthi ic. to.i ; Kansa 'I'T,
pI k:i. t,5 Iltichliii.ii, ti ; l.eaveniw ii. th,
15. .11iss. uri-, Kan.s' . ity, .. ; Joplin, yo.
American Gold for Paris.
New Voik, uIly 8---(;hol to, the a;,iomlltt
of $i..n,'1, iah:s bIc'ien engaged for ship
nIinat to l'ari tomorrow. Lazur Freers will
ship $1,ooo. -.
SOLD FROM BLOCK
ARE NEGRO HANDS
LABORERS IN KANSAS AUCTIONED
OFF TO THE HIGHEST
BIDDERS.
Topeka, K ai., July S.--- A lispatch fron
Rustll .'a) s o negrces were bid otT
on the actionill Iblock for harvest hl;ln
ttuesdayL) afternoon.
T'lhy were John al, nd I larper Porter, and
knoIwn as guood workers.
The biddinllN was spirited, starting with
$2.5s. per day. August Reinhart finally se
cured them on a bid of $..2.a per day.
Adast .enlder was the anlctioneer.
At Victoria, IEllis county, another col
ored man asked for bids for a hand who
would pitch It the stack all of the grain
one header r'oul cut.
On this condition the negro brought $6
per day bid.
BUSY DAY FOR TEACHERS
All Departments of National Educational
Association in Session.
BY A5 tiOt'IA'TEI t 'RSR1 .
Boston, July 8.-The National Teach
ers' association memlbers put in a busy
da.rom. o:30 o'clock each hour had its
definite business, and lbginring at a p, m.
there were meetings scheduled for all de
partments, but there were exhibitions, lec
tures, open meetings. luncheons and no
less than 14 receptions between 5 and as
p. h
The kindergarten dk'pasftnent, music,
education, physical training, library,
school administration anI id cli, educa
tion departments held tl.cir opctn meetinlgs
today.
BOUND OVER TO THE COURT
Charles Geyman Must Explain Attack on
Crone Home.
In Justice Ilrring(on's court this afternoon
Challaes Geyman was bouni over to the dlistrict
court on a charge of assault in the first degree.
Geyman is one of the two I(;yman brothers
accused of being nlrnlcras of a band which
attacked the house of John Crone at night a
few weeks ago and riddled the house with
Lullete.
According to the complaining witness, ith
band attacked the Ihouse without provoraion
and with the evident inltention ol slaying the
inmatcr.
At the hearing the Geymnan intllduced evi
dcnce tenditn to prove an alibi. John (Ikyman
was set free, the justice deciding the evidence
was i aufficient to hIld him.
RAIDED A PASSENGER TRAIN
Kansas Farmers, Seeking Help, Stop
Missouri Pacific Cars.
Y ASSROCIATED PRESS,
Bison, Kan., July 8.-Forty farmers
stopped a Missturi Pacific train here last
night and went through it searching for
harvest ahands.
The train ordinarily does not atop
and the farmers flagged it by means a
lantern wrapped in a red handkerchief.
They offered passengers $a5o and $3 a
day and three weeks' work to get off the
trs-n.
DEATH HOVERING OVER
THE VATIC,1.N PATIENT
PRIVATE ANTE-CHAMBER OF THE POPE IN THE VATICAN.
COLLINS IS NAMED
AS THE INSPECTOR
BUTTE MAN WILL LOOK AFTER
STOCK MATTERS IN SILVER
BOW COUNTY.
( 'ountty ionmissnioners toIlaiy .iappui:4ed.
II h, c.llin, stock ilnspectcr ., Silver
I',w , titlly, w~ith a salary of $s; a monith.
Ihe hsalary is not regarded ais sulticient to
tmlke tlhe p.osition ail olbject, wetr it lint
exprIl', I Mr. t'tlIlits will rrceive inmilar
:utillntnl('it' front I'oweII aniI I .er Lodge
t o(litt1t 14.
Unite on One Man.
It has been the cst'lllllm of Ithe three
1.intlies to |lite 'i on oe miut for stock
inste.rir lor aill three, and divide the htu
iho ol the salairy. Last yV:o Mr. t.ill.si
hell the place imil. uisad drew .salary froll
the thrtee co' ntltiit.
II' hp14evs to bIe a.oI.inted by l)er
I.,ge ainu Powell agNii, mi4d4 it is expect
SI those coinnties will jointly allow hint a
s;ltlay of $so a ntiui.h,. Ilaking his sttipuel
$1.,, in all. Ilis dutirs will Ie to ride
the three countie and ifolrce the stock
laws.
I.i,,t year Mr. (Collins rcceivetl $75 a
Iiot4.h fromi Silver Ilow co.utlly ;uiel 5so
front each of the other colnties, Imakigll
Iii'; salary $175 ta monllth.
Watches Suspicious Persons.
A part of Mr. C'ollins' dilities lies in
I l(.p:ft, tab on the vsuspieimu chalracr.ters inI
ithe rtlutls so t mIy ctlmuot steal tucok
w thI ini punlity.
It is tili hlit f of the cosutnty eltmllissi'tl
rs h. I ti Ilti p oecutilu' i fr stck steal
iIn( o, is the ,tase or county lllre than a
);iar'ns mlary to the suoik inisici'tir.
I here is $i.-,o ill the sa.ite (ittils which
i appropliiat. I In thil tlhre ci - lllllnties for
flit' eiforeimi nt If the st'ck law4 within
th ir Ih.tidlal its, anli it is this 1nuiiey
whith will go- to pay IMr. t mllins.
PRESENTS FOR DEPARTING
Florence Crittenton Circle Honors Two
of Its Members.
Itrs. I . . I. tuI hi!,l aulI da:ll:l lter. Mrs.
\\illi.iai %e' Iltke, wlre the recipi.entso of
h.tndlomu e r .ist, Tuesday, at i spo't ial
mIeetliini mof the ilorence (rilteluatoln circle
at tlhe homle of Mrs. I har les Iassnul(e,
when it was lear ,,ned they had diht.ed to
Il ave for Was.imingtoln, to lie als nit sev
'ral uoniuths.
%I ih,. ultlhl was Given a pair of gul
licni,(i v gla srs, awith chainll, whlle .Mrs.
\'V ll.,ke i ,'eived a h:ua lsutume clo, k. M. s.
linminr. lpresidenit of the circle, stpoke of
the splendid wuork idonie timll the rolsulys ;i
,inplish. l hll y thlie, twi, woinlun.
In rtespotne, Ilntl wotli.et spooltk" ,if thel
Ipleasurer' it had heein Ito work with ithe
iuemlmers off the circle atnd of thei greiat help
nily of thle wonien of Illtte hild bein to
themll.
lin place of Mrs. Wedlake, reigned, Mrs.
SII. HItilher was chos-en collector, and
Mr\ls. (;corge (oc'hli, secretary.
BEGIN SHEDDING OF BLOOD
Peasants in Western Peloponesus Start
Riot Over Current Monopoly.
Fly A;%i4 ' IAI E) ',"tl '
Athi nti. I reece, July R. Agitation re
gardling the currenlt minol,l,ply is daily
growing me,re serious in, Ws\tern Pehl;p
onest's, or .\lorea, south of the isthmuls of
Corinth.
Pea'sants in the neighborhood near
P> rgos are practically in revolt.
They have destroyed the railway at sev
eral points, because they were prevented
by troops from securing trains oni which
they wished to come to Athens and repro
sent their views to the king in favor of
gra;lting a nmonopoly.
Many of the demonstrators at I'yrgos
are armed. [They are keeping up a con
tinuous fusilade andt are parading the
town, shouting, "The monopoly or death,"
therelby voicing t l'r belief that the grant
ing of the mono5 is nec'slsary to enable
the current growers to live.
SERVE WRIT ON MACGINNISS
Hamilton Company Has Attachment
Aga;nst M. O. P. Company.
SI"I' IAti. TIO Tttie IN'I 0. MOl' N'IAI N.
Hlamilton, July .--Service was secured
Monday on John Mac(;inniss of the Motn
t;ne Ore Purchasing cmnpany in a suit
brought by McVey & Johns on, sawmill
men, for $1,686.14, alleged to be due for
lhauner. R. A. O'Mlara ts attorney for the
lumber men and he succeeded in serving
the attachment before Mac(;inniss, who
spent Sunday here with a party of frietnds,
got out of town.
SHOE FIRM OUT OF BUSINESS
Assignment of Irfa Cushman &, Co. Is
Announced.
IIY ASllOCIATED) 1'14IS .
Boston, July 8.-The Shoe anld Leather
Mercantile agency of this city has an
nounced the assignment of the large boot
al1l shoe manufacturing firm of Ira Cush
man & Co. of Boston, Mass., and Auburn,
Me. The firm did a business of $:a5,ooo
per annum and has liabilities estimated at
between $400,000 and $500oo,ooo.
Tower 8ails for New York.
BY ASSOCIATED PRESSR
Southampton, July 8.-Charlemagne
Tower, United States ambassador, sailed
for New York today ao the Kaiser Wil
helm II.
PRAYERS IN BUTIE
FOR POPE'S REPOSE
FIRST PUBLIC SERVICE WHEN THE
PONTIFF DIES WILL BE OF
FERED FOR THE DEAD.
MONVSIGNOR CA.GI AN'o.
MA ster of the Iiluusehi.u, uh, ho, s.e,
rharg of tihe domestic ll" . ens itf lss holi
Shldd I',ope le. XIII. puss ;aw:ay his
dhath would le followesl ihnlediately by
players itl the I.al hllurehrq.
The first Iiulil: is rvi.'e I,.hl wo tdd
consist of the olice for the ehal. lThis
illice i nihisiI in (c anting ll , f the l u tiens
anid lands. only by the priests,.
Iir-4 three l,.; is ;ar i hiarllr, altersalt
ly by the prlsi.s.., who are phitcrl Ill opp
site sihts of the I ll;ir; Ihl el ich ii Iiiii
tw ii~ik . cIli , l hlll ll i cli lll
walks to tl iot of the altar ad a haunts
Ihlrle its tall- i1 it, tic ptu. re. "I fn a irl tlliy
re hirel r at i ll t . i. I ll i .ll '.
h"llIwing thed office for the doal is the
iiais. W'hell I bseIIhle thisl it, lit is called
ma ihil ug his iima's ail thlih chliir takes
part.
Ihe iiiu ,c i Ii thic ta;s s ii is c nider.iI
the li.st malli icrset ill the w rldI of
IIIIuIisic. After the msii, a serne e aplisprio
i ciiti t, the irsr si.,s is Ih livered, which
is th i' followedl hy ;ihssolutisin.
This 1i1 ii , se rieuolly Is h ,I rvesl ini
every I althobla clsreh Ith isiughliut theh
world.
STROOPS WILL LEAVE CUBA
Post at Cienfuegos Ordered Discontinued
by War Secretary.
lY Aii 1, Aill.I, lI'Hit S
Waohi nvzti. July H. 'Ihe secretary of
war las il'd.erel thle wi4hdrawal froil
(ist,1 oif four lcomp:lnie% of coa;t artillery,
the '.ighteel' th :alll 'T'wtenly IritM, now at
t'iilifnegs, a1<4 the "I wentyy thud am l
l'Ia miy foirth, now at I avana, ; the
l.ig(htre ilh coipny t take , stationll at
uloit Schuyler, N. Y., the t'wrenty first at
niit Mitt, N. J., aIil the Twenty third
aml 'Twenty fourth at iFort McKiKhey, Mr.
This dri-otliniues the pre'esit post at Ci'I
furT, s and leave' in I uba thie .eventeenth
ail.n Nini teenth companies at Santia.u andi
the, Twentieth and T senty -strioad at IIa
vuna, which latter probably will be trans
ferretl to the two pirojected roaling sta
tions at Hahia Hllolu,a and (;uantanalllo.
BIDS FOR THE NEW BASTILE
Beaverhead County Commissioners Are
Considering Awards.
N.i' IAl. TO Tt11i. INTII'N Mti' N'IAIN.
DIillon, July ..-- It id for the new county
jail, for which the allowance is $i10,oo0,
were openedl by the coulty eolulllissiollner
this afternoon.
I'p to a late hour 11o awardls had been
mailde.
Frank Birrer of Dillon hids $8.r.1. and
Phil Anderegg of Dilloii $8, at.4. The I)art
Hlardware company of Iillon hidls $854 an
the pilumbing and heating a.iil C. S. Went
worth of (;reat Falls $700 on the heating
alone.
ENGINEER KILLED IN WRECK
North Coast Limited Is Wrecked Fifty
Miles Out of St. Paul.
Livingston, July 8.--The North Coast
L.imitedl on the Northern Pacific, due to
arrive here yesterday afternlooul, WaIs
wrecked at Detroit, Minn., 5o tle.s out
of St. Paul,
Engineer James Ihooks was killed and a
fireman, mail clerk and others hurt.
Five cars were wreckeld. An " opell
switch ncaused the accident.
BASE.BA LL TODAY
Following is the score by innings of game in progress at Butte this afternoons
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Dying Pontiff Arises From His
Couch Unaided and
Crosses Room.
DOCTORS SAY ALL HOPE
OF SAVING IS GONE
His Holiness Shows Great Weakness
and Frequently Falls Asleep, When
Alarming Functional Disorders Appeap
-More Physicians May Be Called lit
Consultation at Request of Relatives.
ROME, JULY 8.-7:15 P. M.--Al
EVENING APPROACHLD THE POPL'S
CONDITION GREW ALARMINGLY,
WORSE AND THERE IS SLRIOUS
FEAR THAT HL WILL PASS AWAY,
DURING THE NIGHT.
Rome, July 8.-The pope's condthion
is very grave. His doctors are alarnod
at the continued weakness which ii
complicated by certain functional dis
orders. His holiness is restless and
drowsy, f(llrelmiitly falling lasleea
The pip, ', ,sol litin his lIt,,on , wol
sliace: iil ninai ., Ili w ;aknll.ic at iner, r,,n
i.tur by h ut , hi- i's miilv ilintlili. tll
c6il ulnii ilN 111 I | i l (.lattlmph is mahin. 1.1
Consultation Is Held.
4 few ,oillmiients ago Dr. .l;lanli witas
suddetlly calledI ilt of thel . sik .lnieit
by Cuardlinal l(t ilinllui andtili . slll ii l .ill's.
perrI in vr'iltliOii e uieii 1il.
'l this girte ii.e to all kindi of iise,
lut it uai ,s la iOl explainir,. that i tl alt.t
Il(4nns ld l i bun t;ikllen n h111ili Il tihl l t111l
of actiniKg ais iluiLhlpijcau folr sou.i fI tihe
Intimate trii ids aili relative.s I rii .Q,
wilho stlggelst.l tile aaIvisa6lllhty oI , t111g
creitain otlhir ildultlis in clnsultlllti,..
Has No Objection.
Dlr. Mazoiil rrilied that liet li not tihe
least obljectionl tIo LIitd a cIlisultatinll, 1hI.6
that the symlltmllls lnlid course of tl dlit.
case were so 'clear and well defitlcJ as
Slelave no doubt as to the diagnosis.
Iie was, therefore, unailtll to Lee the
Iecessity for tle step pIroposed.
No derinionI lhas yet Irl-ii reached aihoul
the mai ltter.
Another Fainting Fit.
'1 ta pItu heId i aio ihir lainlting I tl to
lday. The aititon of hliis tlalt It s t'ry
feeble andt his cowilitilt hlasi .i,.i btc.
coliic critical.
'Ile ~ppc's colnitiot ll t Idaty inl tut sq
favoralJr as it was last night, ie g ,
the fall that thi. ai ratini yistria .lai hIal
oti t a' o lllit hrd lil at thi ,locoir.. Hisi.
'lihoulllh Ilalln llllan atiol i l thile hlings as
dicr;laasn, the platienti' Hgai:lal lldlltiart
Ilaos nt aIpllove and hl 11a. iN a taliindtii.Cy
towalri.s a radicael chtange for the w.r.iiE.
1t lai lalill is very weak iand evlns
chlorlrorl lla herms to tlaave lost its Ipower
to give the tautlerer tilth relief of tiamlluil
rest.
Difficulty in Breathing.
Ic.siidel, whallt idepresses the ptplle i it
dlillicillty he is exlperil.irhing in brr:eathiai
At Ilill he appaearsr to it ati the .11ail
of strnligiIlati and then l is br:atlhi
gadlunally bleI:aliesa weaker tilltil his lia
applliarnlly Istops.
Anl.llher great pire ic tallltltion of tlh ilo.i
turn is tihe ldria.ngenl.ia t of thIe patith its
kidnlieys, a.s a result of bhlood ((tlla.iilg,
Tht: itltowo is aniw that the pattie'
lif tmiaty rt hat. hre eroililitgetd maort thaan
ctld hlave llrn expIll tel .t(, houtrs ago,
Ibilt ,hopels for hlis reciovery are still very,
tllliall.
'IlThe following liarticullars were ldhtained
of the dIoctors' visit tllis .a orlig to to th
'lthw feels t hisa holiness?" askcel Dr.
Mianonli.
"I do anot feel so well; I ant wataker,'I
repllied the pope.
"l'tlhalps yolu did nlot sleep sufltciently."
Better Last Night.
"No, No," atnsweredl thel Ipolpe. "I was
better last night.
"Surely," l)r. MsanLoni replied, "his hiol
ness does notit inltendll to woirk ?"
"Certainly," allswered the pope. "I hIave
so nlottly thinlgs to ldo, abut I aill afraid I
have not the streagth."
Iloth of the doctors then proceedcd tq
cinlviiee the pontifftt of the ttneressiv of
rest, uLrging hilla not to ialace obttlccs ila
the way. of his recovery.
"' ,tlaall to ,as you wIsh," said the pope,
itt coaaclttsionl, with a sigh of re..ilatlliotl.
After this his holinaess eixpresse.d a die
sire to rise, saying he woiuld be iaoure
collfortaiile in his arna chair.
T'he loIlae's attelldatlt, Rio Clntra, aro.
ceettedi toi help him to arise, but the iotte
refusedi his assistance, saying he coull
still mtove bIy taimtaelf.
Walks a Few Steps.
In fact, without any hallp except thla af.
fordcd bIy his calle, the tonltilT walked a
few stelps to his arm chair, repeatlillg ilow
anal then:
I amin weaker, I am weaker."'
'Part of the work referred to by the pope
was to repeat a novena to the Madonala of
the Cerveni, waose fteast begins today.
The pope is a devout venerator of this
lniadolaita, alw;tys carryitg het.r scapula
a(lout his nceck.
'IThe in.tense anxiety regarding the pon
til"l' rtonlition which is felt thrranh1out
tilhe United States is shown bly thle r
ceilht of a very large nuiltber of tlelgranms
froita einiiaellt Anlerican tarelates aid lay
(a;lthlllic.s ill America, makinag latxious In
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