THE BUTTE INTER MOUNTAIN
VOL. XXIII. No. 104. BUTTE, MONTANA, MONDAY, JULY 20, 1903. PRICE FIVE CENTS.
POPE LEO ENTERS LAST SLEEP;
DEA TH ANGEL COMES AT 4:04 P. M.
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Government Troops and
Streets Are Filled With
Hundreds of Dead
and Dying Men.
BY ASNOCIATED PRi'S..
Soledad, Venezuela, July an.-At 5
o'clock this morning the engagement be
tween the government forces and the revo
lutionists occupying Ciudad Bolivar began
in two different directions. The revolu
tibnists opened the battle.
At 6 o'clock smoke was so thick in Ciu
dad Bolivar that it was impossible to see
Capture the Cemetery.
At 7 o'clock the government troops, after
a terrible fight, in which they lost more
than too men, captured the cemetery.
At 8 o'clock the Venezuelan fleet, con
sisting of five men of war, shelled the gov
ernment buildings at Ciudad Bolivar.
At so o'clock the revolutionists' flag had
disappeared from the government building.
At I a. m. the streets near that building
were captured by the government forces
and a charge of all the government troops
In the city was ordered.
Injured Are Arriving.
The Injured are beginning to arrive at
the government headquarters.
The spectacle in the streets of Ciudad
Bolivar when the smoke cleared away was
There wese more than aoo dead revolu
tionists in the streets, not counting the
HAIRLESS MAN PASSES AWAY
John Bohee, Whose Case Puzzled the
Doctors, Dies in Wilkesbarre.
BY AS.O('IATED PRSI'S.
Wilkesbarre, Pa., July 1o.-John Bohee,
who was widely known as the "hairless
man," is dead in this city. He was the
marvel of physicians, who searched in vain
to account for the entire absence of hair
from his body.
SLAIN IN HIS OWN OFFICE
New Orleans Httorney Is Killed by Man
Who Commits Suicide.
BY ASSOCIAIEU aI'nSH.
New Orleans, July o.--District Attor
ney Gurley was assassinated in his office
In the Macheca building today by Clar
ence B. Lynns, a cotton roller. Lynns
then fatally shot himself.
FAIR TONIGHT AND TUESDAY
Weather Will Be Cooler in Southwest
Portion of State.
SPECIAL TO Tifl INTER MOLUNTAIN.
Washington, D. C., July ao.-Weather
for Montana-Generally fair tonight and
Tuesday;. cooler in southwest portion to
NIPPER ORE BODY
IS BLUE X FISSURE
So Claims Fred T. Green, Second Witness for the De
fense, in Present Trial of Great Mining Case.
Fred T. Green, second expert for the
defendants, began giving his evidence at
the Nipper trial today.
lie went over the litigated ground and
described the formations he found in the
workings, and, like Mr. Bochmer, the de
fendants' first expert, he said the ore body
in the Nipper claim is the great Blue X
Assure vein, which crosses the claim di
agonally and intersects both side lines and
no end line.
Mr. Boehmcr finished his testimony in
the forenoon and Mr. Green took the
stand shortly before noon.
Most of the forenoon was occupied in
the crors examination of Mr. ilto hmer by
Judge Mellatitn for the plaintiffs.
The cross-examination was thorough and
searching, but it did not in the least shake
the witness in his testimony or develop
any incongruities or contradict!ons,
Mr. Green gave evidence in the fore
noon qualifying him to testify as an ex
pert, saying he was a mining engineer
employed by the Anaconda company for
more than two years.
In the afternoon he testified to the for
mations in the disputed ground, continuing
on the line opened in the morning.
He traced the Blue X fissure in the
afternoon front No. s Oden shaft ca:st to
the Anacunda raise, and down from the
Nipper workings in that vicinity to the
Son level of the Neversweat.
He said the 15J level of the Nipper
shows the footwall of the vein, and that
Anaconda Man Drowned in
the Lake at Mountain
ROWING AT MIDNIGHT
Upsets Boat and Goes to
SI'E(IAL TO Trie IV.ri M htI'NTAIN.
Anhaconda, July :o.-J. W. Carlson was
drowned in the lake at Mtituntait View
park last night shortly after it o'clotk.
Efforts to recover the re',ailns were un
availing until this mnorning. when the
corpse was fotund standing halt upright in
Cight feet of water.
Carlson, with Oscar Anderson anl Ed
ward Anlderson remllained in the park after
the picnic parties had gone and the light
turned off. The three are employed at the
limekiln, near the park.
Rowing in the Dark.
They went rowing and in the dark ('arl
son upset the boat. IHe sank at once and
did not rise.
The Andersons .~s am ashore and there
righted the boat. They were unable to find
any trace of Carlson.
The two Informed the famnily, a wife
with two small children. The widow was
The limekiln people informed the B., A.
& P'. oflicials this morning and Coroner
Walsh was then notified.
Coroner Is Called.
The coroner repaired to the park im:ne
diately and found Carlson's remains stand
ing in the southeastern corner of the lake.
with his hands upraised, as if he had
sought to grasp at the surface of the water
and pull himself up.
His feet were stuck in the slime.
Carlson was 3- years of age and had
been at the kiln for sonic time.
FIND DOUBLE-HEADED SNAKE
California Museum Secures Rare Speci
men of Tropical Reptile.
Y' ASsO('IAI E.I) 'HI SS.
San Francisco, Cal., July 0o.-A double
headed snake that can back up as raplidly
as it cal lmove forward has been ;ill Id
to the natural history exhibit of the Mem
It is about 1. inches long, alout ;:s
broad as the handle of a table-knife, with
the tail blunt at the end as the index
It belongs to a wholly tropical species
called anmphisban:na, defined as "a species
of tropical lizard distinguished by the otb
tusencss of the head and tail."
The reptile has hitherto only been found
In South America and the West Indies.
It is sluggi h and mostly nocturnal.
Tlhe specimen just presented to the
museum was found at Half Moon bay, in
this state, and how it cattme to be living
in the temperate zone 4,00, miiles frotm
its only known habitation is what is now
puzzling local scientists.
the .vein passes out of that level and
shows at other points.
The vein is disclosed in a crosscut here
to a width of about 1a feet. The vein
shows between No. z and No. a Nipper
shafts. Going down the latter shaft the
veil is covered by the shaft lagging.
It is seen at the shaft on the 250 level.
The level leaves the vein on the 50o
and runs south into the country rock.
The witness said a drift continues to the
southeast on the vein on this level to a
point where there is a cross-cut running
from one footwall to another.
Dipping to the South.
The vein is shown dipping to the south
at an angle of 70 degrees at this point, the
Raise No. 50 shows the footw;all of the
BIlue vein from the Soo level up to the
o50. ()On the 5oo level at the foot of the
raise there is a winze which rtunlls down to
the 1,300 of the Neverswcat.
The vein can be followed east on the
oon level to the end of the big cast stope.
Also it can be followed from the foot of
the raise west to the No. a shaft rand west
of that past sevral cro::s cots to a point
where the drift takes a northwest direction
and thence to a stope.
The stopse is in the vein wholly. the v it
ness said, but it is projected to the surface
on the leap.
There is itlnress dowln this stpe to the
(Continued on Page Two.)
PONTIFF, JUST BEFORE THE END, N /IES OREGLIA
AS THE CARDINAL ON WHOM MA TLE WILL FALL
Dramatic Scenes Mark the
Passing of Venerable
Head of Church.
All Members of the House
hold of the Vatican
at the Bedside.
HOW THE END CAME
Rome, July 20.-The pope died
at 4:04 p. m.
At 1:30 the pope, although rally
ing from the heart attack, was in an
extremely grave condition.
At 1:50 p. m. Dr. Mazzoni was
hastily called to the vatican.
At 2:45 p. m. the pope entered
into what the doctors believed to be
his last agony. The death rattle
was audible to those waiting outside
the sick room.
' At 3:30 p. m. Dr. Mazzoni, dn
leaving the sick chamber a few mo
ments, said the present indications
pointed to the pope's death within
At 4 p. m. the pope lost all con
sciousness. Then death came.
Rome, July 20.-The pope died at
4:04 this afternoon.
*His last moments were comparatively
peaceful and painless, and were pre
ceded by a period of insensibility.
Around the bedside at the final mo
ment were the cardinals, relatives and
members of the papal court.
Before lapsing into unconsciousness
the dying, feeble pontiff moved his
limbs, his articulate words being those
in bestowing a benediction.
Heart Affection Comes.
At i o'clock there was alarm in the vati
can, as tlhe pope was sulTrinlg from a girait
Dr. l.apponi really thought the end had
arrived, and ( ardinal Serlino l'annutelli,
grand penitentiary. began the prayers for
the dying ald ga:ve the pontiff absolution
in articulno mortis.
lis cdeath Iw..s con sildered so) imllninelCt
that all the cardinals were pIresent and the
::lmemlers of the dliplomatic corps were ad
miitted to the sick room, as, according to
tradition, polpes must bIeconl surrounlded
by the sacred college. tIhe pontifical court
MONTANA - VERDE CONCERN IS
ASKED TO PAY ITS BILLS
The Montana-Verde Mlininrg company
was made the defendant in two civil suits
tiled in the district court today by two
publi .hing companies.
The Press Publishing company, which
lpublishes the New York World, sued the
mining company for $,250o, and the
Judge company stied it for $6oo.
Both suits were brought to collect un
paid advertising bills, according to the
The Press company alleges that it pub.
lished an advertisement for the defendant
in :goa, and that an acccounting had been
reached between them by which it was
shown that the $1,250 is due.
It wants the money and 8 per cent inter
est per annum from November I, tgoa, till
The Judge company alleges that it pub
lished an advertisement in igos for the de.
fendant, and that an accounting reached
between them showed $600oo due. It wants
the money and the saime interest from the
same date till paid.
SMALL BOY WHO
The county attorney and his tal of Iof le
a-,i' alnts have all kinlds of complaints
preferred to them, and ;4Il sorts of diflicul
tici bIrolght to them to alle'. i;tti.
Today a nman btrotght his q-year-oll boy
toi the ce.iily attorney's otli'e ;:il dlemialnd.
csl id in controlli",. him,
The boy stoId ad cried great tearp
while the taf! of his drgentraicy was re.
lated, and all the while his head hardly
rose above the office table.
lie could not have weighc.l over 4o
mpounds, and he was slim as a cornstalk,
yet his father was hellless, according to
Assistant (County Attmorne I.yynch told
the father to lock the bhy up in a roomn
and hold hiin that way, since heating an.
pleadings had failed to keep him home.
POPB LEO, WHO DIED IN THE VAlTI6AN IN ROJi3B
T 49.04 THIS AFTERNOON.
Ti the lipmlum.ats accreditedl to the vati
i American Tourists Arrive.
Just at that mnlolnrl t a liare party of
lAmerican;ll t(uri|ts, |unawar;r ofl t he critical
Fil:i tint of the pt ntill. a..enled the' r.,uil
-tair;.se talking and lai .hing.
'They were alppil'led by a geltti;mine
ih,, ,,aid :
"P'lease do not inake ally nuie ,. the
lhly father is dying."
'Tlhis prodhed ;.reat emotion aInn IIu h,
tinrits ani they in tiledi;atl-y retiedI.
'hino mrning the .ick riom i as the
il t Itr:nm lil .. t in the v:licu:in. I Ih.
JOSEPHINE M. WALLACE TELLS OF
E. W. HARNEY AND MRS. BRACKETT
WVoman Detective ITakes the Stand in the Shores I)isb.urment Case and Corrobo
rates Statement of John W. Barlow.
Mrs. J opIthin e .M. Wallace was te .it:.
a .inetis f the day iit the Shores dilbar
W.h'en court opened this mIlornlilng a
g:lde.t appearing womain, attired it a
hite shirt waist, hig feather eld'eked
btl;ck ha:t atnd a black skirt, was (st.N sit
tii , aitlhiu the bar.
,lytiral eed her ctriouisly, bult she
,n ta Il unllaware of the attentioll she was
Mrs. Wallace Called.
I hent, about is o'clock, Attorney Vail
calkd "Mrs. Josephine M. Wallace," and
shel came forward.
'Ihe spectators realized that this was
the woman who has figured so largely in
the case, thile woman the Unlited Copper
anrd ileinze interests caused to be arrested
Lt winter in Helena when her testimoiny
prmised to cut a figure in the HIarney
illmplachllmentt proceedings, whose arrest
w;,l accomplished by five bold and brave
attaches of the United Copper forces.
.Mrs. Wallace is one of the l'hiel de.
tt~tives who catite here ill the hsutitner of
Augulst, I;oo, to investigate the relations
S.itiig betweenc Judge. I1.1Icuy, befuie
hum tlhe. Mionnic I ealy casec was then
priding, a d Mrs. Ada I. lra(ckett.
I turitng her stay hlre she took the nlame
I.f Mi' \\Waters anld shte - loed as the sis
t r of thie other detective, Johlii \V. lIar
As an Invalid.
lttlots r;appea.tld as John W\. Vatcers and
,-n.u.ed the chariacter of an invalid here
;.,r his health. The two bccllae close
i itidls and intimate associates of Judlge
f irtuey anld Mrs. lBrackett.
Mr-. Walla-ce, to,;:ether wiIth liarlow,
:,tle ;.hlida; its in the Min.nie It 1 ly case
i: July, tour, inl uppllort of the nmotionl for
a new trial in that cause.
Thce ithildavits were the ones that fir:.t
mide pulblic the alhtged influence Mrs.
Ilr;id:att usecl over Judge Ilartney. Their
filing swas thi stenisation of itoi in iButte.
Su"lstiucutly the information gathered
l,y thc,e t , dttc'::tivcs played a large
Sers, not ,ily in the Minnie lIcaly pro
S:hr.' al theI alpplication for a new
trili, -ll Ilpending in the supreme court,
it in the llarney iimpeachmnent proceed
ir, in the legislature, as well.
Corroborates the Statements.
LIarlow's deposition, embodying the facts
pIentitf lay ont his, ,hee, tfle Iillows of which
we re int whiter thian his. frce, whi'ch hadi
it ttr "ge a ppe'.n Irce, )owing to his nit
har;ing iilhaedl for ioe Iug.
Ilit hluild, w.ere foleid over the risary
whc.h hie. halil u.i.,l for over sixty yeari .
'ih f.l turtl ;lllne allhair whiclh liS, hliniI.
tl .i r .iliiill will entlltr Nlood l ll liE ly.'Iy
ll:, r. w. tl Li, milk h sl, ie it, abhil. ('lntiia,
hli jilit, p:I ayed iii : wept hcif te a hiii.e
Ne.iing the End.
\\hV1i i 1i:., dtim o,is w i it a lilillining hil
t i' i iiiii :,'. i ll!i. Ni g hie wai, e ill a ttpil t,
his h ,lii ,, -1 Il ily lix' hI Iii, ev,. e ii
S,,, illt ,I ill h;, ,I iL li ;dl ;It(iltI vil W ilth III
thr Idetail., I:,- il'., i livJ t Saitlll:-lay.
a.;lilay III h ". .,il ilal r1,,o l ate d thi' l l
|tatre111i tsa d ;t,1 pal, e 1111 lthr I'm,
'Ia 'II w ir i s ; a als talit . If Ia s"- s aI d
fr1e frrill i rvolu llt", 'u tel s|i .l.
Slih ill Ino I. r i , llnr yaa a , hlr 11i Ii,.
tha;l l ishow's e at .'.4I ,,1 I.,ll it 1 fre us i Ithe
cares atnd worries .f o hthis woul.
lI Ir Ians r is j ,,, "I ai alu I ;5 l pi ; aIh I u l r
voice clear, wtl I ,modulated olt l dl listis t.
She g:ave her testillmonly carefully anlld con
Once she attemlpted to reply to a clues
tion which Mr. Breen, the friend of the
court, had interposed objection.
"Wait a momalent," s.id Mr. Breen, some
what sharply, and then cautioned her to
cease speaking when objection was made.
"Very well," said she, "but, Mr. Blreen,
IN HOTEL BLAZE
INN AT NOME IS DESTROYED AND
THREE PERSONS LOSE
JiY A-S:'o IAItllD viiS s.
Seattle. July .so. -The ;uolln (;;Gate ho
tel at Nome was linanIed July 5. The vic
ltallmil¢T 1). liAYIS, millionaire pipe
uculti'atcor of Pi'ttsburg.
SIllFNMA I) 1DE (;(; of Freeport, Pa.
T. It. llurr, a cook, was held by the cor
oner's jury for manIslarulhter. lie threw a
tin of coal oil in the kitchen fire at 5 a. tm.
A, explosioon followed and the building
was almost immediately In flames. Guests
escaped from the crowded hotel in their
nlight clothes. Many small buildings ad
jacent were burned.
The recorder's olflice and postoffice
took fire and were saved with difficulty.
The property lols Is $1oo,ooo0
Immediate Steps 'Tlaken to
Select a Successor
to the Ruler.
Last Words of 11is Emi
nence Likely to Affect
NAMES CARDINAL OREGLIA
Rome, July 20.--While dying, the
pope opened his eyes, which fell on
Cardinal Orcglia, who was at his
side, and said solemnly:
"To your eminence, who will soon
seize the reins of suptrelie ,)power, I
confide the .hurch irn the(se dllfiicult
The words the pope addressrid to
Cardinal Oreglia, and which were his
last utterance, are much commented
on, and it is wondered whether the
intention of the pope was to irl
dicate Cardinal Oreglia as his l;i-
They certainly will have ,.inn.idr
able weiuht with the cardinal. who
take part in the concl.ave.
thein I ltr hl lln,11 hIy li n'il hfi , .i , illn
li:ni, °i.1a in.
"ll, hs timl., ,thloi rt., t, ! ill t.I win
in 1,u r" IUsav, Inhtht ,ilh I.,1h111."
"It i )' ,r h ,hnl.,. w n, . .I ,, re
plicl li-r. l:pp illK, hiIt ,it, l h 11f, lni.utI
was uttr, ,,l Ili.. n,,,pe w.14 .s..,ri un.L, i
toWlit dcrowds l what was vtat I
mutter phole-. , " though f anlli i ,, i nc . h ll
liantI evid:ently I1 e wlrnl i ht of h e .lls
w.lis. Can, i un til tit i,.1 t l ,l bel ih ill
Laie Verse and Prayer.began.
A t on e in t iln t h ' w a i fee 'lin g .*l,o $
with his hilii usl in oving his hfl Ira m s
Mi ,e I. si, e, trying to lift him.s.lf, while
hise Il Ir yetr l i nl ii cailie UII
"What crf wdsl What devwl tini. l MaI
dear people-" then falling Iack hr ulahed
and said: "OhI The wright of these
r,,bis. Can I hhli out ntiil the end?"
Latin Verse and Prayers.
Tlhis. waI. lfllwd by Cl 'raps of I.atira
lt1%14d of sil,'n0, which was Usa,lkn by
:alitlher ii11 111.i it of ilaaay, in wihi, I Ithe
"T'he" ci'.i 1,tnt y is ot, r. '| h, y celii re.
Iprach t ilt . I,, linger. I flw laitiy faceits
it all kindt . I how imaniy fritJ.nru-i ! I hs
Aih rch is ti ilnphii ," .i1itl , I t, ioveri
:11i4l iov r Again.
A waiuhils ul thing -hut I lope I.en was
it (nilnlIun l in I'ill' I ive.)
tih,, i4 the lost lime I was ever 'tcl the
K i cl , - 1 - hll l I I I I l l y l i f ,. : i l '" .
Smiles in a Weary Way.
I (aut help tlhat," Ibark ed Mr. lIrrin in
reply, :,cl thi witniio.. smiled a tired sort
lMr%. \all:. ': u 1 testimniiicy followed
rclely the liit . of hr oriiiaiil affiduvits.
jt itiuiioned by Mr. Vaie shie reviewed
chr,,onologic al;lIly the Iiiovemcients she anid
liorlow hal stlade icc the cace froit their
first con(linlg liere in May, leorl, to their
departure in August of the saule year;
their asscciatiotns with IlHrney aind Mrs.
Blralckc.tt, tile damaging conversationls be
tween those two it the presence of the
detectives, the peculiar admisslions miade
by both to the detectives, the strange In
cidentsl in which the whole four particli
patced and the other matter of a decidedly
((oniilued on 'age Two.)
TWO DECISIONS BY
LOWER COURT AFFIRMED IN SUITS
APPEALED FROM COURTS OF
SIVER BOW COUNTY.
SPI.(IAL. TO 1'Ii INti 'a MOUNTAIN.
helena, July o30.-I-n the supreme court
toda:y decisions were handed down in two
cases appealed from Silver Bow counlty.
In the case of Sena E. Corby vs. W. H.
Abbott, an acton for a ipartnership ace
counting, the judgment of the lower court
was affirmlllel. Abbott was the appellant.
In the case of Lee W. Foster and G. W.
Stolpe vs. L. V. Bender et al., and L. V.
Bender, defendant and appellant, the judg.
ment of the lower court will be affirmed
so soon as it shall have been corrected.
Off for Ireland.
IY ASSOCIATED PRESS.
London, July so.-King Edward and
Queen Alexandra, accompanied by the
Princess Victoria and their suites, left
London at i p, ai. for Ireland.
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