THE BUTTE INTER MOUNTAIN
VOL. XXIII. No. 137. BUTTE, MONTANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1903. , RICE FIVE CENTS.
U. S. OFFICIAL
Wm. C. Magellszen, Vice
Consul at Beirut, Is
America Promptly Makes
Demand on Sultan
'V ,9 0 I0,11 tD 1'R's8q,
Washington, Aug. 27.--'The state de
partment has received a cablegram fro:m
Minister Leishman at Constantinople ant.
nouncing that WVilliam C. Magellthzr .
United States vice consul at Beirut, Syr;a,
was assassinated yesterday while ridig
in a carriage.
The American ministcr intmediately
brought the crime to the attention of the
government and demanded action by
Satisfaction Ias Demanded.
Acting Secretary I.oomis today cabled
Minister Leishman instructing hi:n to dot
mand the immediate arrest and punish
ment of the persons guilty of the murder.
No dentand for money indemnity for the
man's family has yet been made, but it
probably will follow.
Magellazen was appointed from Misn
Admiral Cotton, commanding the Euro
pean squadron, has been cabled by the
navy department to have his vessels in
readiness to move to lBeirut, which is on
the eastern shore of the Mediterranean
sea, in case that the demands of the
United States government on the Turkish
government are not complied with.
The Brooklyn and the San Francisco
are at Ville France and the Machias is
Murderer Not Known.
Minister L.eishman's cablegram was
dated yesterday and stated that the assas
sination occurred Sunday, the minister
being informed of the crime by Consul
The consul stated that the murderer
was not seen and is not known.
Magellszen, whllo is a Scandinavian, was
appointed vice consul at Beirut. Septem
ber so. 1899, by Consul Gabriel Bie Ravu
dal, who is of the same nationality.
At the time of his appointment as vice
consul he was a consular clerk in Turkey.
Magellszen was appointed on the recorm
mendation of Senator Nelson of Min
He was born at Bratsburg, Filmore
Causes Much Comment.
The announcement of the assassination
of the American vice-consul following so
soon upon the assassination of the Russian
consul in Turkey created strong comment
In official circles and the suggestion was
made that such frequent assassinations int
dicate a very disturbed condition of atTairs
in the Turkish dominions.
Minister Leishsman gave no particulars
of the assassination to the state department
and has no information as to the cause of
The American government will insist
that the local authorities be punished if
they were derelict in their duty and that
full measures of punishment be given the
actual perpetrators of the outrage.
Beirut is a city on the eastern shore of
the Mediterranean sea and is a place of
considerable commercial importance.
Considered by President.
The state department forwarded Min
laters I.eishman's dispatch to the presi
dent at Oyster Bay and is now in com
munication with him on the subject.
It is probable that the action of the
Turkish government attd the conditions
existing at Beirut will determine whether
the European squadron shall be sent to
Unless the Turkish government acts
promptly upon the demands made Iby the
United States government it is expected
the European squadron will at once move
BY ASSOCIATEI) PRESS.
St. Paul, Aug. s7.-William C. Magells
zen, vice-consul at Beirut, who was assas
sinated Sunday, is a young man and is a
brother-in-law of Consul Rayndal, who ap
pointed him about two years ago.
Amplified Reform Scheme.
BY A.SOCIATED PRIES.
London, Aug. 27.-A Sofia correspon
dent, discussing the situation in the Bal
kans, says a war between Turkey and BRlt
garia is no longer regarded as the only
It seems probable that, in order to save
appearances, Russia and Austria will sup
port an amplified reform scheme.
It is quite clear that a new departure
must be made. The visit of the czar to
Vienna is expected to make a new stage in
the policy of the two powers.
It is rumored from Adrianpole that the
troops are using petroleum to burn the for
ests sheltering the Insurgents.
It is also stated that the Turkish off
cers have received orders to pursue the
rebels into Bulgaria.
Telegrams from Burgas, Turkey, 76 miles
northeast of Adriapole, state that a Russian
cruiser had entered that port,
Excitement Is .Inoreiasng.
Excitement is increasing in Servia, con
tinues the correspondent, on account of the
iMacedonian r qllion. The radical lead
ers are inclined to advocate the establish
ment of an autonomous government in
facedonia provided due allowance is made
for Servian claims in the north of Shar,
The large insurgent successes are hailed
The Sixth regiment, notorious for its
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SWEEP THE STATES
ILLINOIS, IOWA, NEBRASKA AND
MISSOURI SUFFER FROM
RAIN FALLS IN TORRENTS
Many Streams Are Out of Their Banks
end All Trains Are
Y .ASsO'IATE.D PREss.
furlington, III., Aug. a;.--The worst
rain of the season fell all last night and
early this morning.
The whole country is flooded and
streams are out of their banks.
Numerous small bridges are reported
out and it is feared much damages has
been done to crops by washing out.
All Trains Delayed.
sY ASMO('IArI.It Pi s.I .
Omaha. Neh.. Aug. 27.-Rains fell in
Omaha in torrents for six hours after mid
night, doing a vreat deal of damage to
streets, street car lines and wires.
Most of the trains are badly delayed on
accoutnt of the soft tracks and minor wash
outts. Similar reports are received front
all over the state.
At liberty nine inches of rain fell in
Farms Under Water.
Ivt A A.4Ut'IA'TI.D PRFSs.
KansasI City, Aug. 7.-- Kansas streams
continue to rise fast.
At Iawrence the Kansas river rose foulr
feet dturing the night, and at Stockdale,
eight miles north of Manhattan, the Bilue
is a few inches higher than during tile
great June Ilood.
Near Stockdale the Blue has broken
from its banks anid, cutting across the
coutlntry, is takiing a short course to the
Kansas riser and threatens to cut a new
Many farms are under water.
Cloudbursts in Iowa.
fly ASYO''IATED pRIS14.
Cotuncil Bluffs, Iowa, Aug. 27.-Two
cloudbursts. otne at 5:3t yetcrday after
noon andl the other at O:3n last night.
have destroyed hundreds of thousands of
dollars worth of prolperty in this city.
The stornl at 5:30 turned the streets of
the city into torrents anml hundreds of
families in the lower districts of the city
w'e-. removed from their homes with difli
...nry business houses were flooded by
the first storm. attnd the damage to stocks
will amount to thousands.
The storm at o :o raised the water
higher than the one earlier in the (vetling,
and mtanty stocks that were not touched
by the first flool have' been badly dam
aged, so that the loss in this city alone is
now estimated at half a million dollars.
The rainfall here fuo the s4 hours ndl
ing at midnight will amount to six inches.
Streams Are Overflowing.
Onawa reported 4.75 inches at noon,
with all streams out of their banks and
the rain still falling.
The Northwestern railroad is not run
ning a train in or out of the city and re
phrts wasllhouts between Ida (;rove and
Rattle Creek. Iowa, and between ltapleton
and Castana, Iowa.
The Rock Island and Milwotukee are
both tied tp ailnd not rullnnling trains iin or
out of tile city. Iluth roads have had
bad washouts a short distance east of this
Relports from -5 soutllhwestern towa
points show that the fall of rain has Iben
the heaviest ever known over so large an
area andl that the damage to the corn' crop
cannot be estim;ated.
Street car trafilce between ('ounlcil Illuffs
and Omaha has ben bupl)ndCed for six
Much Damage Done.
t'. A5 oitA IATEIi PiRISS.
Marshalltown. Iowa. Aug. 27.--A ter
rific stormll did mulch damiage south of here
in Jasper and Poweshick coullties early to
Near Searaboro the corn crop is pIrac
tically ruined. Roofs were blown from
box cars iland outbulildings overturnled.
Railroad traffic is badly interfered with,
owing to the washouts.
GOES INTO LIFE INSURANCE
G. L. Murray Has Resigned as Deputy
Collector of Customs.
SiPI' IAI. TO THEK INTER MOUtNTAIN,
Great Falls, Aug. 27.--.G. 1.. Murray. for
¶uerly deputy collector of customs of this
district, but whose resignation, to take ef
fect September I, is in the hands of C. H.
Webster, United States collector of cus
toms for Montana and Idaho, will become
manager for the Northern Montana dis
trict for a branch office of the Northwest
ern .ife lnsutlance company, to be put in
FOUND GUILTY OF THEFT
Danish Wonder Committed Petit Larceny
at Great Falls.
SPc'IAt. TO TILE INTER MOUNTAIN.
Great Falls, Aug. 27.-Prof. I.illienthal,
self-styled the Danish wonder, was ar
raigned on a charge of petty larceny this
morning before Judge Race. HIe was
found guilty after a short trial.
l.illienthal entered the house of George
Elgen and took articles of minor value.
Lillienthal will be sentenced late this
DISCUSS IMPORTANT MATTERS
President Roosevelt and His Callers Talk
Over Many Subjects.
'DY ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Oyster Bay, Aug. 7.--Proposed finan
cial legislation and the pending postoffice
inveatigation were the most important
subjects discussed today by President
Roosevelt with his visitors. Among those
whom president Roosevelt entertained at
luncheon were Representative Charles
Fowler of New Jersey and Hamlin Gar
land, the writer.
CLOUDY AND COOLER
Washington, Aug. 27.-Weather indl
oMtions: Cloudy ad oo*o*( tonight and
U. S. COURT TO
OPEN ON TUESDAY
MANY IMPORTANT CASES ARE ON
THE DOCKET TO BE
GRAND JURY WILL BE CALLED
But One Civil Cause at Law on the
Calendar, and That Is an
Old One. ,
The September ternm of the Unitel
States court in Butte will commenc4
Tuesday, providing Judge Knowles, wh4
is trying a water case in Ilelena, disposes
of that action in time.
There are a number of matters pre
uiously submitted to the court to be des
tided, as well as the usual number of
cases on the motion and law calendar to
be heard. There are civil eases at law
to he tried, but no criminal or civil cases
For a Grand Jury.
It is expected a grand jury will he
called and a trial jury summoned to try
any cases that may ,ie set.
Deputy Clerk of the Court Fred Drake
has prepared a list of the actions that
are pending in various form.s.
The following causes were submittel
to the court during the last term and will
probably be decided oon after court meets:
Godfrey versus McConnell, petition for
findings; Miles versus 'olorado smelter,
motion and demurrer: Western Loan and
Savings versus Colorado smelter, motion
and demurrer; Erickson versus Butte &
Boston, motion and demurrer: Miles ver
sus Butte & Boston. motion and decturrer;
Western Loan & Savings versus Parrot
company, motion and demurrer; Miles
versus Colutsa Parrot, motion and de
niurrcr ; Western L.nan versus Itltte &
Boston, motion and denltmrrer : Western
Loan versus Colusa Parrot, motion and
On the Law Calendar.
These case. are ion the law calendar
to be argued on dellmurrer:
Ilaardt versus Oregon Short l.ine
Blocklcy versus F. G(. Iliggin: I)owdin
versus C. P'. D)rennan; United States vet
snts hitter Root 1)ev. colmpany et al.;
tUnited Stt.es versus \V. A. c'lark et al.;
iHarrington ve'rsu IlHarrington: Schulen
lerg versus Omaha & Monttaim Mining
Co.: Tr:sk versus Iuttie Miner: Williamn
Winters verstus August T. Moran; Win
ters versus Norcross.
The following caues are on the motion
J. H. M. IHennessy versus Petrix:; Btock
ley versus Iliggitns; Newlhegin versus
Largey : Butte & ltoston Cio. versus Gey
mnan Mining company.
There are no criminal causes on the
general trial calendtar antI Ilno civil causes
in which the United States is a party.
The Civil Causes.
The following are the civil causes at
Freund versus Great Northern : Butte
& Hoston versus M. O. P. : I.add versus
M. (i. P.; Joshua liendy Machine Works
versus Brenner: Sweeny versus N. Pry;
Rooney versus O)regon Short L.inl; Butte
& Btston versus M. (). P.; Kaufman ver
sous Iurlington & Missouri: Jolhnson ver
sus National Union: ()'Neill versus Fin
len: ()'ltrien versus Finlen : Collins versus
Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone compl:tny;
(;Greenu versus Indian Gold Mininlg cont
pally : I alnsr i ve rsuas Butte Miner ; Moran
versus Kentlttt Mining company; Sloan
versus Northern Pacific railway.
Tl'h following are the civil causes in
MRollins Morris versus M. 0. P.; Fa:rrell
versus MI. (. P.: lhutte & IBoston verstus
M. (). 1'.; Larkin verstu.s Hutte & Boston;
Ladd versus M. (. I'.: Unitte & Boston
versus M. O(. P.: W. S. Brackett versus
C. A. Smith: Itender versus Murray;
Ilutte & Ilsiton versus MI. (). P.; Beaver
he:,d C(anal compu)any versuts I)illoin Elec
tric I.ight conmpatny: Iltdt.tt verst.s Brlt
tot ia Mining company: lutte & Boston
versus G(eymant Minityg compuany.
The only civil cause fit law is Alex
Mackel. trustee, versuus IRas ochester.
which has been tried several tints and
which probably will come up for another
MASTER IN CHANCERY IS
HEARING THE TESTIMONY
Blake Sis in Suit of Beaverhead Canal
Company vs. the Dillon ,Electric
Light and Power Company.
SP('IAI. To T11e INTER Mo I'NTAIN.
Dillon, Aug. a27.---Master in-Chancery
Blake of lleleoa is here today taking tes
timony in the suit of the lBeaverhead ('anal
Company vs. the Dillon Electric Light &
Power ('onlpany, which has been trans
ferred to the district court.
Judge M. H. Parker adjourned district
court here today and returned to his home
at Itottlder. Later he will hold a session in
Virginia City, before departing for the
East, where he means to spend two months
S. M. Kelley, better known as Frank
Sinclair, was married here today to Annie
Miller, who secured a divorce here yes
terday. BIoth are from Jackson.
DAN M'DONALD IS TO SPEAK
Chosen as Orator of the Day at Bozeman
Labor Day Celebration.
PEC(IAI. TO Tiit INTEI SMlUNIAIN.
Bozemlan, Aug. 27. - The Bozeman
Labor union has completed its progr.m,
for Labor Day. Dan McDonald will be
There will be a parade in the morning,
with the union, 26o strong, in uniform,
preceded by the lBozeman band.
Athletic sports and speeches are ar
ranged for the afternoon.
FIVE BREAKS IN HER BOTTOM
Inspection Throws Light on Damage to
BY ASSOCIATED PRo.s.
New York, Aug. sT.-A thorough in
-peetion today of the battleship Masse
.husetts at the navy yard showed there
are five breaks in the ship's bottom, but alt
comparatively slight, the largest binj
about two and a half feet by three inchs.
The damage sustained by striking' ;ggi
ock, near Bar Harbor, are comparstilvel.
CLERK'S UNIO TO10
PUSH THE VICTORY
SEEKS TO SECURE ABSOLUTE NON
PARTISAN STAND ON PART
OF THE ASSEMBLY.
INTRODUCES A RESOLUTION
Montana State Trades and Labor Body,
It Says, Should Not Mix in
Politics at Any Time.
srPECIA. Ti rilt INTI'i ill'ot AIN.
Missouln, Aug. .'. -N.t satistlid with
hniing diefreated lthe move made by the
.ucialists, who hoped to snake the Mon
Itan. Stalte Trades & I.abor IIassembly rtcl
''it itself to socialism., the Ilutte Ct'lrks'
union tleails to defeat the napiratioslll of
Ithe MoNntiana radicals by causing thlt" as
':uthly to pledilge itself not to mix utip poli
tics at all.
A resonltion put forth this mnornling hy
the clerks' union. to the titet t hat the
ai.ntmbly shall tnever mt r.tae tthe .t.ts, of
a politlcal party, ns a body, createl a
storm in the tmeetilng. It .as tiially
tabled, lint will cotll ti p agalin ttl.1r)i.tow.
'1 e assenmhly ;as occupied ihi, m,.orninhg
with it discussion of the t'onstitttion.
Several u.itionlls dl irt a cll;iigt, ill thi(
statutes ot r'plejtsc ntailtioni . Jttt t hat is
the nature of the cihage is tlnt known.
No replrtirs were aditttrd tio the mlll.ti ug
A tlcegalion from t the ..Iesmbly vi.itidl
tit le newspap r enllll in thIlir ,Itcc' It.l.ly
,d pirolt ~te.I against the( reports sic tl oull
Go to Bonner Today.
IIIs t the preisent selit ns.
Itr to isharge the at tuhrs of the allk
ltthly press coul itteer. ~h iv hven tIl lg
;ha' hael wind of facts that til le a nlbly
Today. after a full morning %winn and
SHERIFF POTTER TAKES
TRAIL FOR A HORSETHIEF
Single Handed He Follows "Lonesome
Joe" Into Wilds Beyond Columbus
and Finally Lands His Man.
SI'i IA!. I1 "illyE TIN n Nl";frt't.
Blillings. Aug. Ja.--'ord was renieiv,
ihis morning that SherilT l'otter of Car+
l041 , ullty capItured "J.lloesunle Joe," ;he
mora thief, who is wanted in VWymiiinl,
-5 miles nlOrt lw's t of Colunlmbus ye..
'rue prisoner Was nerrltedl i Ie',l
lo.idil by a coupll of deputies last week,
;uli escaped within five minutes.
Sheriftf Potter took the trail aline anit
'when in the wilds beyond i'inn11inhti '""
drew a bead on Joe, the latter suerilallrller.,
andiii handedl over his tgul. IPtter will :be
here tonlighlt awithi his prisoner.
LAWYERS SPLIT ON TRUSTS
Report at Virginia Meeting Causes
iti ASRi'o' ll I l HiI Si
Hot Spnrintis, Va.. Ayg. .7.- VWaller S.
Logan'ii of New York. mailde a verbal rtlport
'r11m the c mlltll ittlee il IIcontin Ircial law tol
:he American itar ,assciatini this after
lie cou ded t ntinii iaiiiul allukrruptcy
law antl thenl di,,t isst e I the trust t elst liii.
Hl said it would have to be s.ttled by
'he lawyers; if they did not settle it the
d n, agogutts w ould.. x uh
if ombinall titon i'iiiti heii li a lel
cotme'litiol will cea .M anl d ( nlul lircial
;nrir.pruIdenc will lentul ally be e ire ly
The comnnitter, he said, had rel hest,
'lt. unanimioulr c liti tnhat 1Io.dern ill.
htrltial combinations lshoutl e stayed.
t..arls F. .1 a derson of Nebr1<ka r l:;i'i
*he report was calculiate to rendll the as
.,iation aisunder. li: asked that the re
sort ie r.ad. There was ou pOsitin toO
'hi refotion, antl considerable confusioin et
The cniventtion, ihowever, agrie<d toI
hair the report at once lanlii it was dis
ciusSed at length.
COLUMBIA PROFESSOR WEDS
Woodward Takes California Singer to
Wife in Paris.
il'i AiSho t IAl I I' 1i SS.
Paris, Aug. 27.-iProf. Itc.njaminu I).
\\',oodard otf C'olunmbia university waits
nirried today in the Amelricn church in
the Hte lDu tlrya to Miss iliadlys Valn
iutren Piver, the Califoriiai singer.
Dr. Thurber, the piast.r of the church,
,liclated. A small invited party was pres
,lt at the wedding breakfast.
lhey later started on an extcdend we.
PMNIC IN A BURNING CAR
Passe.gers Jump Out; One Woman
Killed, Others Hurt.
isY AlSOt IAIED PItF.SS.
Paris, Aug. 27.-A fire which broke out
ini a ar of the Metropolitan Underground
unmpany at the liotel I)eville station
,aused a panic among the passengers who
jumped from the train.
Several persons were injured andi one
v man fractured her skull.
The other passengers were less seriously
Talks to Lawyers.
BiY ASSi(iIAID i IMi.S,
Hot Springs, Va., Aug. 27.-At the
morning session of the American ksr as
sociation the annual address was dlfvered
by Baron D. Colt of Rhode Island, United
States judge for the first circuit. Judge
Colt's subject was "The Reasonableness of
Pulitzer in H*elena.
SPECAI. TO THi.' INTER MOUNTAIN,
Helens, Aug. 37.-Ralph Pulitzer is
lherse in custody of the game warden. He
~s regtistered at the Helena hotel as Robert
'ortr. iHe will be taken to Teton sounty
SAM COHN ADMITS THAT HE BLEW
UP THE STRUCTURE AT
MEANT TO DO IT AGAIN
Was Trying to Buy Dynamite to Blow
Up a Trestle Near Missoula
When Taken by Sheriffs.
Sl, ll' I ) "i lll fiNIIN I 0I's NT4IN.
Missoul.a, Aug. . ;. Sau'l Itihul, it
I 'etl in lilt iln ii iii Of the N iiitthernii
rcnil l Iies 1 this nl(rtni i-g.
Ile %tha l ril u d hl re II II l h , e II.( ,, lllr
in tilt" ph liiev l. ti I ai di t iiliii i rt 1 l ilta
m Ihber. ot f 1hthr il" h c l vl'lir, lu ,,1' I1, h , he
hin hl Istr iltd l i lt i ti i t ide.
C'ihn v0.i.s he lives ill S.ilk,lln . 1Ih h11
lln busile,., bhu lives tlti hi, ou ntl v. 11i .
I11iii io , Il ., i . i s, li ci t rI tlt Ii. i t ll
lland to shwll. tI h u i , h Ii lpotto t I the
rtilh. a) i are.
("u11 11 %a`4 w are tleI yetent.u afiitenuton
ait .lile by II' l luity Shlilst. , ;.llltnli . 1,1.I
\\.iW llt , I. I ie .i t 11) 1, ill hli i l) d llil
Ile Ihtl tihl atiail ,ll 1,0,.1 Ih.11 i) ,
l 'nt:lll t l I h inw Upl tihl \ Mll ,ll he tht . jilt
w% e ,t il l i -,s ul.t.
('oh1n iill ni t a,1y .h.ltre he pot the dlynl,
ilte Iti hl 'w up the I ivinlglshn h .1a1P
ill' denie"l that hit. Liter hhi lill ;t a \ ilit
'rn It.* 'ihr 11.1 i, i , i I ../.ltlll ii.
ie.. isr~n nlt o th iti ut t
ONCE MORE HARiNEY
FAILS TO APPEAR
At " 't'hiig' thj-i illt-u y e lt rilwy e r",
1IIh' I. tii. ll yr iIlII \:' , I l .ii . .as inll Ih :
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J¢ lg , II.J.r '. c'. 1 n t for I, h h ,Ii ..1 1111,,.
h.t hIo r h ts iI ;1t hi ii li ny 'i hy Jw ii.
II. rnr y ;.1 thi . thiil,. 11,i it.
Itl,katdl. 'I hly wailif l tu thre 1r 9ltitl, i
of an h- i r, hut no jwidg' :ipp':nail.
Cit tDhe ins o thate Work othey ..tly aikt
gtiri I k lk.ilt d i'l idilrtli , cli nvii-tu d thati
there wtoulhdi lh o trutrt.
Attilr llty Utlly tlachall hi wa lh r, t
give ulllp i troitg th ecurl ii 'l i tu lg if it
Ioolk I hs. lih d i i. y r.i i
COLLECTING MONTHLY FINES
City Beuins the Work of Get11im Cash
From Lvil Doers.
i l- m t h I ly cI ,l. li iin l Ill ril', Illli
gam;llbhtI., owne.I 1" oll '.slo ' IIII:'lill , aind
from wailed of , vii life :ui ht 11 a ll .l'.
II wa;, ttportid ar mi' d Ih. lily hill a
lf w llIly., ia t t tii ion ile i ln it i pI l 11 el
Iw i' ti t 11,IT hr . lt rli l i'• tI h lie1 1 .
It W.i ho ad DI eeI t1 1y.n, , yli r, I that
for A!ree ," u ril ' diai A il I a li r h;1 ri ii
t ol111 'i, uI, ti u ll, fl m ili n.'li 1; iitu l that Io
ia tlly ar I li i l I i if itt.,,n11 fo r th . a rt " I , al l II. t
'ait ..is Ies-iul ttiulnt ii, i oilii)m . lnI",i
ev tri, a. 0 i pa ut l htitr it ii- tlirhy ..lti
t i rl lh l iilph 4 "p a1 l l e ill 'I ll , . .llI i, illk , ,1II
'I he,, montl hly cull, hi1oni i ," ii ulit
htl iitC ti k, 1Ag. 11 . -iAII.. Ith, .i lrrIl Ihi
fiu; i. I clrr V(' l.'i l hu.i r ii s i ll t in'lIlr.
to Li ve, j irrl ho') l ,r will ibe roh ii tl d
I s lit, i l .
ESPINOZA GETS RED HAT
Cardinal Who Was Desperately III Isin.
Hi. ghy Honored.
I Ir Ato :,Ii IAIill y ii ' t r Il
e lil', Ai ig ir. u -- A i tuln .,t iti ll rr. I v.
c( rli-mon ly ilnlclrrt'il t at the i v ticlan lfli;y.
Ic , at d tlilal l rrr urr ay J.1:pii tu, t oil -.hop
of Valencia, wh. was ; ;t Ihile faint it"
deaoy'sth turIrft.g the 'ltllave, but wht l ha
nlow recoverld, thoughh siill in delitcat'
hol ith, drove from th .e Spani.i collhge
where ifs' ilet,, Lien ililng Io the, vattici l,
where hie wa:, carried t. the papal lipart
lnacritl, i itl tihe l e tlcl ertioi occhair,
i.ut ave the rd hlat prllv:atly o. lere red
Except ii ultninal casels the c(lrdinlh's
hat iS pr :e iteld at c ,11sistori .y,
The pope, awisted I,y ( ar liinal I)eaneoil
()relia, .1acchi ald M1orani, pl-rformi.d th
INTERVIEWED THE EMPRESS
Prince Tuan, in Disguise, Calls While
Emperor Is Asleep.
!IV AS , I AII t ll Iki ltNV ,
Shaglhai, Augi 27. -A ('hine:,s' report
from l' 'kio assert th:i- the banis!ud prints
T'i ' il is there in c iaipnit, and that he l ir,
had several secret int..rviwws with the
dlowagcr llmpress while the empll or was1
Divorce for Desertion,
,Mrs. M. Roty was divorced by Judge
Ilarney today from if. Itoy on the ground
of desertion. The d.fendialt made no di..
Tense, and the decree was isued on Mr'.i
Itoy's proofs. The pair were nmarrie.d hi
Anacodla, and the desertion occurred
about a year and a half ago. There were
BA SE' BALL TOIDAY
Fellowing Is the score by !rnings of gatle in iprog'oee at Butte this afternooni
S4 a 7 9 .4
UTTE -....., , g .6 ee s
Lipton's boat Is Two Miles
Astern at Contests
WINDS ARE LIGHT
Course Is Fifteen M\iles
to Windward and
Thir ac.hts fided to finrbhi wi:hirPthe
tlmr hIrtt today and the lace waL de
bhairrocrk w,1s I.udly beatenr When
Rchat.1 d .fted l across the line the chadl
Irlcier war; two nlles .Irblrn.
1 he rnet Iace will ho sailed Sature
i. rc 1.ck .ii Ii t .nr. ririrk nl
ilo trrni this uin rt111r o lrnr Ir hr cews
11, t i ' I, ik, I :i ,! t. I .lt, .l ' r.i r ni l ck
,Iv i. it . i r. I. h. . ini ri r t i I. lirht
t, l '.pno i , 1. l'· thhini in ll.11 t "lha s
hiiin r I n i hri m I' h l illn rlrni', lnai e
itn. lur I 1.1 111, ,I 1.1 Iill . t I . ".1lll y,
I1t . '. . 1 r l . r I. Uirhin I' Iv :III
riar t 11. r I.n. t l i i i h ri to t itsII u1 it H y
rI.ntrll ith . 'ci,, ngr .1 grI I;ilnl irlrh uhn I' wne*e
.i c I.i11 lh, i t .11 1 h )u i 111h h lii,.l idn
Ihlt cl r.t II' Ih1r rri " rIh ll II ll i fIiil -it rVC
it l h1 I,, . 'l,:l ,I w Ii ' U n11 Ihr ý 1 ,' ,t-lr
,ltuni .,ti. r lrs ih i.t hi I,,r..IV.ihd h w ik ag
\l : 11 r h 11 -iv in h thi r .,:nc l i i 1 t
ih . u.ri, d I .. i ,l', 1. :1 :0 I rm
.nIir ', iltn I i ,,r , cu .. .11" bt ll r i.,lr htimc nl
n.Inh) ' .h111 i ..11 .Ii ar ;
Wind Sprinju Up.
II ,il 11 1111a t e l inth l f ea.t. , lhtr.ely
e Art) .. .t' II ie lle iiit.,ee 1f tithe weat lthe
h1 l lt . .till ;t 1h1 1 h ,' r dh.e ,ir did nout
lrate .tretI'hI It aeno.1;l 1 warranet tIhe
-t.illling of a ri tie illed tlhee. anld it hall
hII1IIs V iore the tit 'e i.t ifir the )lchtls
t1 1,,ie.. the, litne, te le'.c t for a poet
t,, 1101 lIt ,1il le 1 bett Ir i that fili . rare.
A.i Ih ... I l t te i' I i.1.t fle*,hen.
1i1 tll % hat an a i ll E ; i I.i, e ai. liit fit\n t
M iil, , . lil 1:i 1 , 1o;i .
-MIr. i , l i i.lill, ti. d,+il;ln r .,f Re
Il.s ei, 11w1 , I S e;111 a1 lii . 1t1. yau lit
~,~, n1 , lr ,in ted hlilt v. hil, the .lachtl
r.1l Ilt, .t.111, li.' v .I,.,"1 h1, h.i,,lly :ble!1
toi tiiti witlij tilie fit p iallowat"c i uiless
ith liii witti a ei*al ch 1i 1 iliui i ther.
1111'hlii ' a. :1 1,11 cL h lllc , Illhr tItrlth c ro
.Shttily .li e , oreI ti,. k. tk the ntw, on
hi, ttuwo )1i( lh, ,ii.,iio:a4,.el by lh.e .Ip
Ip ,11.'l0 ' of I l w '1.111i ll, " Iil1y of .1111,
I1' t u iit it h i' t I.;l', t ,ellI j hl ill "teie ,q
.,al l.1k : hi,' , ,v'i , ttl 11 i as . tihiu ulle ig.
111h 1l ..h h1,,11 fai-,.I lhl . sa, e ui.r:,in .lil
o. , tl u'Ii ld y i, lthe ii.al' l: .i+ r ,iact. It
e l jio t :`' I:.lly Il.. n1 il l flt rOn,
bill as the lihiht bri' I hblh.,l it, i . llited
lt il lt, , oik I , t . e i 11h nilil hit.
Reliance 'Mal.es Ready.
At M'15 e lianei ra,,l i her Imainii.l,
Ili t Lie 'ie hli i,uil rli ei iiht :ut tilhe
.1 eru. She tre hu ie1 a al that was
lli .,'ielt ye tlrl' lyi . It i" il ililar ti, tIhl
1 lI ",1l, a ill i- but tlluii't, I . Itrile .tru llu ~r
ill a',e ,f a 'till lit('Z'.
At H:5 the ltt'z'e fians the .linlthe-est
w, Is. l tie ilui.t ;ill Situl:ieS tuk :e,w teeldy
to 1'u out while 1e'liace( was prle:e arlng
ti, tke a tw. Sh:lnire'k',s two saili hlid
he1.en earefullly 'It :tll evert better look
ing than ofi :llly dly y', loarticutlaily tile
,Iih t1..:il, which .e t eel autifully.
11. I" 'lhn tw e.t1 aboard IR lia:nc ,e at 8 :46
: nl a few niniI tes later :i li. . was taken
b y the li 1 ' I itlidil l5g S ta r atn l lit . e 'e t Ie -
,nhh r -tarteed out from the Iluook fotr the
Sir lt himt', aiboardi the 1i'ill hlitid for
uotre wiel, Iut l said:
"\'e are g'oing tIe do onile it toIday,
thiat is as 1le util1 w . a tiyltoe ly a' I lI."
Stories of Friction.
Stories that there was Irictieni art weeC
tluptiin W'ringe of ,ltamrtoek Ill, and Mr.
Fife wemre rii. last night.
In atn elffort to learn the trtlh Sir
Tlhomias was eapproached onll the suirject. .
"The two tni," hlie (aid, ",'cculiy en
tire ly ditliictivte positinsi,. If tlhey have
ieu ,i aiticiinug each other I do t1tt know
t. t.r. lil'e :alvie,es abotit thlt sails, the
trim of the boaIlt eiend other elt.eils eif that
charttr. C(iItain Wrinitge is in alsolutto
coiiitaittld andl I ua owner have n(:uOt criti.
cirtd h: ."
It was said further on the Erin that Sir
Tl'illias is tlcllyed with aIntnymotts letters
1au, t'leg.rams informing him that nteet
Ltr. of the crew are traitors to the inter.
est, of the heat.
( illy a few dlays ago a teIlegaut signed
by the raptaItin of a coastwise sta imer w'l
received by Sir Thoias tayilig that the
bhtoalswain of the Shtunrock was the cateil
of that hboat losing a race anid that the
bigntr knew him us a traitor. Sir
"'T h ,om as said :
"I throw such letters and telegramp
oveerboard. I attm not changintg lily crew."
At I) o'clock the prospects for a race
(Contlinued on Page Eight.)
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