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Broadway 'Phone 691 B PROMPT DELIVERY UPRISING GROWING OVER MACEDONIA ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY REVOLU TIONISTS ARE KILLED IN A SHARP BATTLE. PEOPLE FLEE TO MOUNTAINS Peasants Are Compelled by the Rebels to Take Up Arms Against the Troops. RY AS O'CIATEt) PriNSR. Constantinople, Aug. i-.-- ( Cne hundred and fifty revolutionists were killed in the fighting at Sorovitch, August 9, according to oficial Turkish reports. The same dispatches, which have been Comunlllictedl tihe Russian and Aus trian embassies, state that the inlsurrec tionary movement is increasing daily. Ililni Pasha, inspector-general of the sultan's Macedonian reforms, reports that the young men in all Bulgarian villages are fleeing to the mounltaitns to juoin the insurgent hands. Compelled by Threats. Miany amolng the Iulgarian, peasantry wished to renl;ailn neutral, nbut were com pelled by threats to help the revolutionary committees. Hussein lilhni Pasha, who has beien appointed vali oif Monastir, reports a similar spread of the initurrectinary movement in the village of Salhnica, where, he says, the committees are re solved on the same plan of massacre, itl cendiarism and pillaging as in Monastir. Telegrams received this morning from M~onastir announce that the town of Krushevo is still occupied Iy the insur gents. Four thousand Turkish troops with ar tillery surrounded the town and are pre paring to attack, and, if possible, to re take the position. Fighting with the rebels is in progress in the district of Dibra, where it appears that the Albanians are attacking Ilul garian villages. Devastation Continues. The insurgents continue to devastate the district of Koritza and have captured Turkish supplies of provisions. More or less severe fighting is reported in the districts of Kastoria and Flrina. Three hundred insurgents are as sembled on the heights between (;ievg veli and Yenije. Twenty-six mnussulman peasants have been massacred in the village of Ziver ninl, near l'erlepe. by the insurgents. Stringent military precautions have been taken in the town of Uskub to pre vent threatening dynamite outrages. Dismissed From Office. 55 'S. "tIA1 D PI' l SA, Constantinople. Aug. ,.---t he mutmearief of Mush, .'.rntleia, where Kurdlhl excesses w're recently alleged to have occurred, have lvten dismissed. Cigar Smoker's Protection The band on Cremo cigars is to protect the smoker. It stands for reputation; for quality; uniformity and cleanliness. It stands for a cigar not ashamed of its identity. Ic CIgars The Largest Selling Brand of Cigais in the World. THL SAND IS TUC SMOKER'S PROTEOTION. fi. . [m,ýýt ONE-LEGGED MEEKS IS OUT ONCE MORE NOTED DESPERADO HAS ESCAPED FROM THE IDAHO STATE INSANE ASYLUM. IS HIS THIRD JAILBREAK Was Member of the Famous Hole-in-the Wall Gang and Has Served Time in Montana Penitentiary. ,III I.. Toi 1111" 3N TI.It Nio 3NTAII. l1lackfoot, Idaho, Aug. 1-.- -llo. MN1,erkI is at large again and the dlceiziens of 11ti tate urtlly expect aInther l'r;acey chase at anlly nimie. M.eks. who is well known in Mont:ana, is one3 of the m.Host depe.rate criminals of his titme. Ilc was a ni mcmer of the lfamotts "ole,' in the-\Vall" ga11ng and, ,as wa sentenced( toI 331 ycars.i, ill he idaho plenitentiary for rolingi. the biank at Mntpelier. His Third Escape. Ile escrap.ed twice1 frm the' Ilar I.lke county jail before b3ing. transfe.rrred to, thet penitentiary. Thl first til.me he 13 ar;' el the wall of the Heart .Lake jail at Paris in the presence of 53o l'eoplIc andl, alth3ough h' la; only .,o' leg, .1succeeded il ;aking his escape: into the wilds. Ile was finally fllioundl in Ithe Montanali;n peniten'tiairy at I)eer .Lodge,, whither ihe had ,een sen33 t for 3le, year fruthl Bli tte 'Jr LillU minor offense. A Bad Man. Afte'r serving his sentence . ' h ,e was tak'.e hark to I'Pari, hut .,escaped again. le, wt.s finally3 ' thaken and: 3ent to loise., hlnt aft'er w':rdsi trlal.nsfrre'I 1lto i'he state insane a lsyllun, from which hi' e escaped Ml. i 3,3,hl y. N1ce'ks is genera3r3illy reg.arded :44 a ' ry 1h 1m n anii d if taken at all it will only be afte'r Ia hard ighlt. MEEKS KNOWN AT THE PENITENTIARY SPECIAI. TO THE INTER MOUiNTAIN. Deer Lodge, Aug. s.--The news of the escape front the Idaho state insane asylum, at Blackfoot, of Iloh Meeks, the famous desperado, bank rolbber and burglar, was received with interest by Warden Conlk.y of the Montana penitentiary. Under the name of Ilhtnry lewis, Meeks served two years here, being relkasedl about nine years ago. lie was sent up from Itutte for burglary. "We knew that Mecks was a had man," said Warden Conley today, "hnt we nvver had trouble with hint 'here. We kept a close watch ont tile gentleman and never gave him a chance to blow." How He Lost His Leg. "Lewis, or Meeks, had two gonod legs when he was here andi the fact that he has broken jail three times shows that lihe knew h.iw to use them. "Lewis. lost his leg at the Idaho peni tentiary about sir months ago. lie scale.l the wall one morning and wa, making for lite woodiis when a deputty warildent, whose nalt'e I have frgutten, shlt him in the leg. It was a great shot, a.s MIcks w,.i, going it at 15I0 yards. "Th'le woutnd w as a 1: l olne and thiey hail to cut off Mceks' lhc,. May Come This Way. "1 shoubtl not lie surptisci to st iee Mi.cks head for Montana," said Wardetn ('Conley, in conclusiun, lie has friendt in this state and is less widely known by the au thorities. "\Wherever lie goes he is a dangecrous nmalt and if. as I h:ear, he is insane as well as desperate, it will be no boy's task to at rest him." iieyond taking lirt into custody for the Idalho police, the mioitana police have no interest in the niatter. for Mecks served out his time in tllis state. RAY GRIFFITHS BOUND OVER Assailant of Small Girl Waives His Pre liminary Examination. SIfii ll.' , i n il ' II. I\fI.1 MOt'N '.11N. Missoula, Aug. I2.- -Ray Griftithi , charged with criminal assault upol the persn of Julia Coik, a 9 year-old girl, has waived his preliminary examiination. lie appeared before Justice II:Lyes ye'ster day and was blintid over to the district cULlrt undt er '$t1.)(i) l)i.Ols. Delegates Are Named. ;GuthrieI,i. '., Aug. 1 .--(;overnir Fergus.n, has niamed A. Rand McMaster. C. II. Ryan, II. W\. Pentecost, M. M. Slli es, . '. W \'ahl.rin, R. W. IBlack. W. A. Malurer, ". \\'. Kimber and (Char:ls t'Ul ninghani and Charles Cuniingi;hatn as dole gatles to the .\ncricall Mining iongl'ess at I)Iealood aind L.ead, S. 1)., .September 7 ti 1 5. SIX-SHOOTER 80B GOES UP FOR LIFE MURDERER OF JACOB TRUAX AT HINGOALE FOUND GUILTY IN TWENTY4EVEN DAYS. VERDICT IS SECOND DEGREE Sympathy for Wife and Small Children of Accused Alone Prevents Hang ing, 'So the Court Avers. Fl'I Ir .A. 1r 'I lIP IlN'l N MOiI'NTAIN. G;lasgow, Aug. ra.--Roblert Walsh has rgon to I)err Lodge for life for the murder of J.oshuii Truax at Ilinsdale, July IS. 'lit jury found a verdict of murder in fhie cIonl| degree. As only .-7 dlays hadI elapsedl when this v.rrli t as given, the anrtio. of the Valley county court is thought to have been r .llhly swift. Denies Murder. \\lheir arra:ignieil Wa\\'lsh declared that he ha.l not mre;i, t to kill Iruax, but that his revolver h: , hae. li e clhmarged while the two wire scuflilng for Ipossession of the \\'itn rses , hoiwever, tl.sti iie that not only ,lid ratl-bh dhhhratrtly shunt Truax once, hLtt a si.cild titme. while he lay upon thei floor. Judge Ta:itn., in tenelhring the decision, saidl that sympathy for the wife and chil dilrn of the lccc.rsd hadl i;lde the verdict sccoi.l, instead of first dlegree. Had a Record. \\Wal.h, who is kiown as: "Six shooter lin." his a rictrl ;tuiil has l. Imal:de a UOtu iir of irnit plays. Ili triubtel with Trrlix was over the owr.er.lhip o, of e io sheep. 'I'rinax wa:s nlllinarriedl lnl it neighbor to \\'Wlsh. olu has a wife aiiln two small chlillern. JOE LODGE WILL BE TRIED Application for Wiit of Habeas Corpus Was Denied by McClernan. F1i'.IA. 10 I III IN il i MiII \l.IIN. I ,eer Lodge, Aug. i . --The case of. Joe lAilge. < harged with burglary. priobahly will bhe triedl hre in lth district tLourt by Judge Juldge \lt('l riii.n it lthte y lesterday de nied the apiljli.hItion fotr ai V ,lit of habeas corpus, pr.lerr-ll by I odge's attorney, J. II. l)uiy of Anl,'.du:,a. Jo stice ) rr(-n l'iieron of i eir l.oilge heli l. .1te for trial. l)ully petitlioned ,M t le.tithni for the writ. l..mers.on was reprie tl lI by II. WV. Rodgers. Emeron n has h lt l d,e to the distritt RESTRAINING ORDER ISSUED New York Artists Are Forbidden to Change a Picture. II\ AS"iiit 1Ai.1) t II .ia . New 'York. .\tg. I a.--Justice .McCall of th:e supremI c'ort Ihs Kgranted temporary injuationslit restraining a New York studio from alte'ring the lpaintings made by Will iun l).are as decora'tiaons for a new hotel in 'T'oronto, ( anuala, the injunctlion to t:anll until the julstice shall have passed upoin the right of Mr. flodk, to have his pa:iintingI remain as he finishLcl them. Re cently the artist filed a lang lpetiion with the ciourt. settinlg forth that his work had -been accepted hby the architect, as. originally ai;.reed upon, and the chanlgets that are now to be made will mutilate the paintings, stuh as remonving the hats from the heads of a party of French settlers depicted in One Scent. HAS CAPITAL OF $3,000,000 Pacific Alaska Transportation Company Is Incorporated. itt AtS ,OiiAiI PRESS. Trenton, N. J., Aug. Ia.-The Pacific- .\laska Transportation comllpan:y, capital $st.,1o,,,0, was incorpuorated here today. The cmlpany will do a general mining business. Incorporators are Louis S. I'.sier and )avidl M. IBarnes of New York, and Louis It. Daily of Jersey City. Two More Deaths. liV ASSI IATI'.'I I':;::SS. lihiladlelphia, Aug. I2.-Samluel L. Kelly, a; a year, andll Jamesu It.wideni, aged ,33 c ears, died today as the result of the accident at the National Lea.;gue Base hIAl park on Saturday, makinig ii victims. Scevral others are lt ing at the point of dcath in dilcrent hospitals. Herr von Levitsow Dead. IiY AS;oi AlI a 'RI S.S. Berlin, Aug. .----Ilcrr von'l L.evitsow, iormtrliy lresident of tihe reichstag, Is BLAKE FINDS FOR THE PETITIONERS MASTER IN CHANCERY RECOM MENDS THAT INJUNCTION ASKED FOR BE GIVEN. TESTIMONY IS EXHAUSTIVE More Than a Thousand Pages in Blake's Report - Argunents Before Knowles in Order. SPF.ICAt. TO TlHE INTER MOUNTAIN. Ilclh.,, Aul. ia.-Hlenry N. Blake, spccial matster il chancery in the Western Illt r itljunctionl case, has found for the i,..l.pany. Ile recommends that an in tincti. t be isstued. Ji.,t 1,137 closely typewritten pag.s con t;in ti th testimony and the report of the :.i.tr is quite voluminotus. In effect, he I1s that aill the defenidants except the Musici;ans' union and the. Workingmen's i.tnt,n should Int enjoined from interfering l:ly way with the business of the West SrIi I'nio,. The defendants in the case "I he Am.\rican I.:Lr union, Daniel ,tc'on. :,tI. : . it,* pr '.i,lnt; (Clarence Smith, secre tIV, I. I. I'rllctirr and ('. I'. e.froy, mem I,. if the executive board; the Silver Itow I. r, and L.'dior ansembly and L. I.. Neher, Snnitt.rman: J. W\. Dale, secretary, and I ,nk I)l,)iy, pr,,tdent; the lButte Messen S:tg I llitys' uiioni, ,Louis Hlermann, Its , ,li; lelegate; Itenjamin Fi.lsher, its presi :tt, 1n, I lh,.rt tlurton, it. secretary; Daniel \hit Im:tth l . I. r.l ther, Clarence Smith, I en. -'i t I-,her, I(.tert Iturton, J. WV. Dale. I ,. Ilerm:an., (Charles E. Mnhoney, Frank I t.. I. F.J. I'tiltier and C. P'. I.refroy. Ihhe hearing before Judge Blake took t1, c Il ltttt and occupied several weeks, ..i ..:i.ly (i, witnesses were called. Jluc lI lake's recouttnendation is by no tt:s itta:l. Attorneys for the opposing I, will tnow go before Judge Knowles Sth fctlcr:l court attndl argue the report. I hii argumcnt will prtbabdly take place :t re ii the Seltember term of court. ,\ temtiporary restraining order, issued by It (c Knowles pendilng the hearing by I: . is still in force. MEAT COMPANIES COMBINE Absolute Control of Refrigerator Car Lines is Obtained. IY AS..i IATEDi PRESS. ('hicago, Aug. 12.--A $2,oo,ooo com Lin. has just been effected by the con ,ililatiou of the Ilammond Refrigerator co:lpany, the Anglo-American Refriger i:t.,r, the Kansas City Refrigerator, the m Iaha P'acking and the St. Louis Dried I;f uand I'rosi siln company's car lines i-e.r the name of the National Car line. The general oflices will be in Chicago. The offiers are J. P. Lyman, president; S. II. McClure, vice president. Ini announcing the connection the com pany gives notice of the appointment of F. \V. Cherrier to the office of superin tendent of car service. The consolidation places in the hands ,-f the one company absolute control of the principal refrigerator car lines used in the transportation of fresh meats and pro visions. MORE WHISKY GETTING AWAY Twenty Thousand Barrels Will Be Sent Out for Storage. RY ASSOCIATED PREuSI. I.ouisville, Aug. 12.-Kentucky distill ers are nmaking preparations for the ex portation of 2,o000 barrels of whisky to I lanmburg and Bremen for storage purposes. It is principally of the crop of 19o3. 'this is the first time in the history of Kentucky that any large amount of young whisky was exported to be matured in Europe. Heretofore whisky has only been exl,prtcd when about to be forced out of ibind. This will be the largest exportation since 1',97. when an immense amount of whisky :tas about to be forced out of bond. At that timte the distillers, rather than pay the tax whenl prices were depressed, ,.lit shipload after shipload to the ware .sl,;es ill Ilatnburg and Bremen. CHILDREN TO HAVE AN ISLAND New York Tobacco Man Buys Property for Free Sanitarium. Bf ASSOCIATED PREISS. New York, Aug. r2.-Charles G. Emery, A wealthy tobacco dealer of this city, has Ylerchased Grand View park, an island in the St. l.awrence river, ao acres in extent, S'lich will ibe turned intto a free sanitarium f,,r poor children. \ rs. InEmery will be the leading spirit in tCu work. I:iefre her marriage to Mr. Emery she I\ It Mrs. Irene S. Boynton, a wealthy Cal i:,rnia widow. NEW COUNTERFEIT $10 BILL Work Is Excellent and the Paper Is Likely to Deceive. li" ASSOCIAlTED PI'ItSS, \\Vashingtn, Aug. ra.-T-'he secret ser \ivc has discovered a new counterfeit nl,i silver certificate. The general appearance of the bill is ,id to be excellent. It is in imitation of the series of 1891, check letter "A," Tillman register, and ,:ars the portrait of Hendricks. Three specimens of the note have been cen, all bearing the number 7,o019,348. INEW STORE FOR NEGROES Newark Colored 'People Will Establish Novel Trading Place. BY ASSOCIATED PIRESS, New York, Aug. za.-At a meeting of Newark, N. J., colored men, it has been de cided to establish a department store for negroes. A fund was opened of SIo for each subscriber, who agreed to bring in five others. In this manner $5,ooo will be raised, LONGER TERM FOR CURZON Viceroy of India Finds Favor In Eyes of Government. l ondun, Aug. is.-Lord Curson's term of office as viceroy of India has been extended from January to May, 1904. In making this announcement in the house of commons today Lord George IIamllton, secretary of state for India, added that should Lord Curson be able to, continue his duties in India beyond that date the government would extend his period of office for another term, not exceedlng two years,. Ready to Issue Coins. iManila, Aug. a.--The banks of this city will today begin to issue the subsidilry cola do. layed in shipment. THE OLD RELIABLE POWDER Abeolutely pare 7RW 8 NMIO BUbDl7TUr BARS CHILDREN FROM HOME Josephine Dodge Daskam Bacon Wants House All to Herself. sY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Stamford, Conn., Aug. sa.-"No chil dren allowed." The sign which has so long been familiar to the seeker of flats has been adopted in a private house and the one issuing the in junction is no less a person than Josephine Dodge Daskam Bacon, whd has become famous by writing children's stories. She has btarred the children of her hus band from their new home in this city. Her sudden marriage to Seldon Bacon was a surprise here, but her action regard ing the children was little short of a thun derbolt. The couple reached an understanding re garding the children before they were mar ried. It is agreed that for the present, at least, the children will reside with a rela tive, so the ,oneymoon may not be dis turbed. Mr. Bacon's first wife, who was Miss Fairchild of Minneapolis, died a year ago, leaving two children. It was supposed they would make their home with their new mother, but the writer of children's stories soon dispelled the thought. "I never liked children," she declared, "and my husband uas agreed that the chil dren need not live with us for a time at least." MONUMENT BY THE PROHIBS Shaft to Hale Johnson Ia to Be Unveiled August 21. SY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Newton, Ill., Aug. a.--The Hale John son monument will be unveiled here with appropriate exercises August 21, the an niversary of Mr. Johnson's birth. The monument has been erected by the prohibitionists of the United States. Air. Johnson was chairman of the pro hibition state committee and national com mitteeman at the time of his assassination, clcction day last year. He was the vice presidential candidate on the prohibition ticket in 1896. INSTRUCTED FOR ROOSEVELT Republican Delegates From Pennsyl vania Receive Orders. DY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Wilkesbarre, Pa., Aug. Is.-The two na tional delegates who were elected yester day at the republican county convention here were the first in the country to be in structed for President Roosevelt. They were directed to use all means to procure his nomination. The Facts In the Case. [Atlanta Constitution.] There is nothing like simplicity and plain fact in poetry. Hear the Whitsett singer: I roamed the weary world about Many a time dejected, But after the rain the sun came out Which was just as I expectedl -Atlanta Constitution. A Word In Your Ear " . DON'T OVERLOOK THE tACT That the Best Buy In Butte is a Lot in the ~Q jQPeen Addition /posit the Office Building and Iattance of the New Smelterý ltt lp &Montana Co. Lots$150 ) $25 Calh, Balance $10 Month. City water throughout entire addition. THE THOMPSON CO. B, WY MBEHANIeS We carry a complete up-to-date line of Mechanics' Tools and Builders' Hardware Your Patronage Solicited. Hardware Anaconda eopper Department Mining eo. Butte, Montana REWARD OFFERED FOR DYNAMITERS FOUR THOUSAND DOLLARS IN ALL FOR MEN WHO BLEW UP THAT BRIDGE. STATE GIVES SUM OF $1,000 Northern Paoiflo WIll Pay $2,500 and Commissioners of Park County Will Add Another $500. General Agent Merriman of the North ern Pacific railroad has received for post Ing placards announcing the reward that Gov. J. K. Toole has offered for the cap ture of the person or persons who tried to blow up the Northern Pacific bridge near Livingston, August a, and placed the same explosive on the track near Boze man, August 4. The state will pay.$:,ooo for the arrest and conviction of the parties. In addition the Northern Pacific offers a reward of $2,Soo and the commissioners of Park county $Soo. Governor Toole's Offer. Following Is a copy of the governor's offer of reward : Whereas, on August a, s9o3, at or about a:e a. m., some person or persons blew up with dynamite a portion of the railway bridge at the crossing of the Yellowstone river, in Park county, Montana, thereby imperiling the lives of travelers; again on the night of August 4, 90o3, some person or persons placed dynamite on the track of the Northern Pacific railway near Bozeman, in Gallatin county, Montana, damaging one engine and imperiling the lives of the crew and travelers. Now, therefore, by virtue of the power vested in me by section 370 of the political code, and section s,35o of the penal code of Montana, I, J. K. Toole, governor of the state of Montana, do hereby offer a reward in behalf of the state of Montana of one thousand dol lars ($,,ooo) for the apprehension and convic tion of the person or persons concerned in either of said crimes; and, as there are reason able grounds to apprehend similar occurrences, I offer a like reward of one thousand ($s,ooo) for the apprehension and conviction of say person or persons concerned in any similar crimes, if any shall hereafter be attempted or committed. This reward to cover any such crime committed within ninety (go) days next after August s, sego, and shall extend to each conviction not exceeding five (5). Done at the city of Helena, the capital of the state of Montana, on this 5th day of August, spos. J. K. TOOLE, Governor. By the Governor. George M. Hays, sesr. tary of state. Sugar Takes a Drop. New York, Aug. Is,--All grades of re fined sugar were today reduced one-tenth of a cent a pound.