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EVERYTHING That's Fit to Smoke -AT Montana eigar eo. 15 North Wyoming Union Goods a Specialty MARCELLA RICHARDSON IS RELEASED ON THE WRIT Trial and Conviction, Attorney Alleged, Were Not in Accordance With Existing Statutes. Marcella Richardson was released on a writ of habeas corpus this morning in Judge McClernan's court. The writ was issued upon the application of Attorney W. G. N'ewton and was confessed to by the city attorney. Marcella Richardson was arrested on a charge of vagrancy and convicted in Judge Boyle's court. She was sentenced to serve So days in the city jail. She made an application for a habeas corpus writ, al. leging that her trial and conviction had not been acording to law. Secretly Married. BY' A5SOC1ATED PRESS. New York, Sept. 15.-Announcement has just been made of the marriage, Febru. ary 14 last, of Richard S. Pond, brother of Charles H. Pond, cashier for J. P. 'Morgan & Co., and Miss Mary Emily, daughter of Rev. N. B. Klink of San Francisco. GALT COAL The Best Family Coal OALT COAL CO. Offloe 814 Utah St. TELEPHONE 273 CRIME AND IOEAT RECORD OFA DAY FOURTEEN KILLED AND WOUNDED IN A POLITICAL RIOT IN THE STREETS OF ATHENS. SOCIETY GIRL MURDERED Body of Beautiful West Virginia Girl Is Found in River-Mob Goes Out After a Man and a Dog. RY ASSOCIATIED Pit)'FS. Athens, Sept. 15.--A demonstration in connectioln with the municipal elections here was followed last night by hand-to hand street lights. Fourteen persons were killed or wounded. Holds Off a Mob. tY ASSO('IAI ED PI'kIS9. Ncw York, Sept. it.--Arned with a double barreled shotgun and accompanied by a ferocious bulldog, (;eorge Willing myer kept at bay a score of policemten and several hundred citizens who sur rounded hint in a swamtp near (Cimt den, N. J. Willingmnyer is said to have set his dog ttpon somie boys who were teasing hint. A crowd gathered and taunted himt. Finally he fired twice, it is claimed. lie aimed low anld a dozen men anld women were wounded in the legs by the pellets. No one was dangerously hurt. but the crowd took after W\illingmnyer and chased htim to a swattip outsidet the city. lie found anll old wagon mired there. antd, with hist dog. held the fort aglainst the police and Ia thousanld angry tuln, who hoped to starve himtt out. Fires were built around tile morass and tl cordon was formed, but W\\illitlgtyer mantaged to elude the watchers andtl escaped oil a train. Seattle Highwaymen. ItI AN O-lIt'|,I -rll -I5., Seattle, \Wash., eptl. t5.---l'iatrick J. M1urphly, convicted of highway robbery, told tihe court that John Killy, conviclted last 'hltrstday of the I anlt ofieniseR., is an innocm nt nm:ol and tthat James Kelly. ot trial yesterday otn the saute chatrge, is also innocenit. The tlhree mlten werce arrested for roub biltg John Anderson, a logger, of $.o otn the night of June t. John Kelly antd MBtrphy were convicted and the case against James Kelly was on trial yester day. .Mturphy was on the witness stand when lie Imade te e asertion that Ite v as guilty himself, but that the two Kellys are inlocenClt. lie declared that ilHarry Thomas. now in Vailcouver. BI. C., and Jim lentldersoin, nlow ill Whatcomn. were the two menl with himi the nighlt Anderson was held up aind robbed. 'The jury now has the case of James Kelly unlder advisemenit. One Broke Down. iRY AS'n(,IATID Ps HIS. San Francisco, Sept. 15.-- Mrs. Marthl t. Bowers and her sister, M\lrs. Zylpha C. Sutton, charged with the murder of Martin L. Bowers, the late husband of Mrs. lHow ers, were examilned yesterday before Police Judge Cabaniss. Neither woman showed the slightest trace of emotion until the expert testimony of two physicians proved that Bowers' death had been caused by tile administra tion of arsenic, when Mrs. lBowers broke down and shed tears. Attorney Vaughn of Portland. Ore., was present at the request of the mother of the accused. Shot by Accident. liY ASiSO'IATIiD i sII'.,. New York, Sept. I5.--\While passing Sunset park, South Brooklyn, on her way to school with her young sisters, Laura \est, 9 years old, has been fatally wounded by a bullet through the lungs, alleged to have been fired by Philip Ryan, a watchman, who was chasing some mis chievous boys from the park. Ryan was arrested. The child's father, John S, West, Is a clerk in the office of the adjutant general, department of the cast. Ella Zane Murdered. IV A5R;n0 IATi ) RrPta .S, Wheeling, \V, Va., Sept. 15.-The nude body of Miss Ella Zane, -3 years old and a member of the family that founded this city, has been found in the Ohio river. Coroner Fitzpatrick says the young woman was murdered and thrown into the river. The family refuses to give details, but hints at suicide. Three years ago Miss Zane retired from active society life and became a recluse. She was missed from her home Sunday, Queer Hydrophobia Case. BY ASSOCIJATEo t'ltRess, New York. Sept. 15.-After suffering for a week all the tortures of hydrophobia and exhibiting unmistakable symptoms of the disease, Thomas Flynnt is dead in a hospital here. Flynn never had been bitten by a dog, mad or otherwise. The doctors say his is the first case of the kind on record, Award Paid In. BY ASSOCIATED PRESR. WVashington, Sept, 15.-Tn the case of the United States vs. the American Loan & Trust Company, trustees, and the Union Pacific railway and others, General Cowan, the special counsel who prosecuted the case cd behalf of the government, has de. livered to the secretary of the treasury drafts for $566,303, being the amount awarded in favor of the government in the circuit court of the United States for the district of Massachusetts, Must Have Been a Centipede, BY ARSOCIATED PRmESS, Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. S1.-Following closely on the sensational disclosure of a counterfeiting plant inside the walls of the Eastern Pennsylvania penitentiary, it was learned yesterday that a shortage of 300, ooo stockings has been discovered in the stocking department. They disappeared since the first of the year. Court in Session, SPECIAL TO THIE INTER MSOUNTAIN, Virginia City, Sept, 15,-The district court is in session here today. There are no trials, the only business before the court being probate matters and motions, Adjournment probably will (be taken to night. RIOT A1 PRIMARY BY RIVAL PARTIES NEW YORK POLITICIANS AND THJEIR FRIENDS START WORST UPRIS ING IN SOMETIME. FILL AIR WITH MISSILES Drove of Police 'Finallv Succeeds In Clearing Field, After Many Have Been Seriously Injured. IIY AnOf'IATIe: PHt:S. New York, Sept. 15.--O()e itman may die and several others are seriously injured as a result of the worst riot that this city has experienced in many years at a primary conttest. The riot occurred at Fifth avenue and One Hundred and Fifteenth street, Mat.y shots were fired and only when a large force of policetenl were rushed to the scene was peace restored. Fl;r more thian ait htlour the street was filled with a h.owling croiwdl if partisans of Isaac A. Hlopper and Ianiel .I. O'Connell, rival candidates for the 'I atnunany leadler ship in the 'Ihirty-firstl asse blly district. Sticks :and stones filled the air, while the cries of the colttest:ants could be heard for blocks. Robert Crombie, formerly i, county de tective on the staff' f IDistrict Attorney Jerome, is in thel Ilarlem hlospital with a fractured skull, one arm broken and it is feared internal injuries, which lie sufTered, will precipitate' him into consum. tion. lie is not likely to recover. tc irge Leonard,. a policemuan, was bruised ahoust the head and body and hleaten a.l osts into insenisibility. laltf I a dosten others were hurt, and one man was shot in the leg, but the police did not get thl"r Inaltrc s. ORDER OF THE CARNA TION IS NATIONAL Organization Enlarged at New York Meeting and the Presidency Offered to Timothy L. Woodruff. IIR AMS Ii(II I.5 i.ii s;., New Yo'k, Sept. 15s. --'he second an nual meetinig of the Order of the Carna tion has been held in this city. It was formed on the first annliversary of the death of President McKinley and was iained in honor of the lpresidet 's favorite flower. It iiis to enllcolirae youiIg then to take an activ. part in political affairs in the interest of clan anil clic;tlnt gov erintet.iltl It was ldecilcd to extuil the order from ia stat. to a nti,,i;al org.ai:ization and to tenrd r the presidhtcy to ex-l.ietw tenant iGovernor Timothy I.. Woodrulf of New York and the honorary office of chaplanin to Arc'hhihopli Irelandl of St. I'aul. The other offirers elected were: ('hancellor Idwlard it. Finch. Nrw York. \'ice P'rreidcnt for New York-- ul. tNeulen I Pox. V\ie P'rcidcnt fur l'untteticut IFrancis 1'. lhohlen. Vice I'resident for ..Itr'acihuctis IP. F. Skinnir. eceretary --V illiam S. I, .,i New Y'ork. Assistant Secretary anid Registrar- A. V. (;lloglv, N"v York. 'T'rar .urer 11. It. Ilantcl tll. Hlistorin I. Lt . !loarn, Ntew York. ('llairllman of Finanllce ('ommllllllite 1.. Rosen. herg, N.w York. GROCERYMEN TO COMBINE Ohio Houses Incorporate With Capital Stock of $11,250,000. IIY ASSO'IAI'II I ,l 1.SN. New York, Sept. IS.---\\ hat is regarded as one of the final steps in the direction of merging the prominent grocery htolses in Ohio has been taken, according to the Jourtnal of 'omllllorce, through tile incor poration in New Jersey of the ()hio (;ro ecry company,. with a capital of $1 ,.5o, 0oo, of which $5.ooo,o.)o is 6 per cent cu mulative preferred stocks. The incorpora. tors are I.ewis It. I)aly, Joseph II. Mitchell and B. B. Lewis. The principal pro ioters of the enterprisie are F. C. and M. N. Lentz of t(hicago, and i;corge Bundy of Grand Rapids, Mi~h. Miner's Recommendation. 0tY AS;iiiiAfi:o iIt. g, New York, Sept. I..-G-(;cneral W. C. M.iner, recently conmander of the gc:neral service atnd staff college It Fort Leaven worth, Kan., In his ainnual report recoln mends that the post of Fort Le.avenworth be set apart as an independenl t department and that tile course of instructions be ex tended to two years. Against Indian Agent. liV ASSOCIAT'IID I'iiuSR. (;uthrie, Okla., Sept. M.---S. Brosius, special agent of the Indian R(iglhts associa tion, has finished gathering evidence against George I. IHarvey, superintendent in charge of the Pawnee Indian sub-agency at Pawnee, and has left to resume his in quiry in Indian territory. Japanese Deported. ItY ASSOu 'IATtI li tiSS. Seattle, Wash., Sept. s.--Un.ited States immigration officers arrested seven contra band Japanese at Friday harbor on Friday and at once deported them. The Japanese are said to have been smuggled across from British Columbia by indians in ca. ntoes. Walking Delegate Indicted. BY AS1O('IA'ITED PREsRS, New York, Sept. is.-'The grand jury' yesterday returned another indictment against Sam Parks, the walking delegate, making the fifth indictment found against him, On one indictment Parks has been found guilty, May Not Get It, lY ASSOrCIA'T.D PI:RS. Delavan, WVis., Sept. i5.--Prof. George C. Hale said tonight: "The statement is attributed to me that a Carnegie observa tory will be established at the summit of Mount Whitney in California, As a mat ter of fact, no such decision has' been reached," Purchased Much Silver. DY ASSOCIATED PRESS, Washington, Sept. zd.--The mint bureau yesterday purchased soo,ooo ounces of silver for account of the Philippines coin age at an average of 57.85 cents an ounce delivered In San Francisco, lltohoook to Rest. Washington, Sept. .I,--Secretary Hitch cock left yesterday for his summer home at Dublin, N. Y., to spend several weeks. LIGHT THROWN ON IRON CHAHCELLOR CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN BIS MAROK AND WILLIAM I. GIVEN TO THE PUBLIC. HIS DEVOTION TO MASTER Influenoe of Bismarok and His Dogged Determination to Serve William Shown in the Letters. BY ASSOCIATDI) PRESS. New York, Sept. 15.-An additional chapter in the history of the world was Ipulblished here and in London today by the Frederick A. Stokes company. It con ,ists of the correspondence between Wil ham I and Bismarck and other letters from and to Prince Itismarek, which have been translated from the German by J. A. Iord. These letters, it is stated, are published by the late Prince Bismarck's express de ,.ire, as he considered they would show better than could be done in any other way "the unique relntionship which existed h ttaeen him and his august master." Picked Them Out. The pIrince also desired that certain of his personal political letters exchanged ai;mh his contemporaries should be made public, as they were to be made to supple (ment ( ad authenticate his biography. The pritnce himsellf selected these letters, which twere found after his death carefully ar 1,anlged in portfolios. The work is ill two volumes. The cor respondence witht Williati I is contained it the first volutme. In the second volume i the corresponydencc with other political personages. Among the letters in volume I. dated Cboletz, Janttary as, 1853, is one fro:, William I (the crown prince of Prussia) to Bintmarck, in which the former refers to the marriage of Napoleon Il1 ;1nd the Countess Moittijo, as follows: "The .Mloutijo marriage sets me agree uably at rest, because n.o IEuropean princely houce need tlitl itsclf with the--parvenue. I :am curious to see how this episode will (Iret with .Napolctn- -p,!iticatlly and cor Srally. ()nly no sleeping on o or side-- hut also no nonsensical writi;ng. like the Krccu. Zitung. Zit which is completely crazy. "Yours, Pr. of P." Tlhat William I had a firm hold of the hetlm of state may he judged from a letter thiclth hie sent to IBismarck January 27, s(-., reading: Wishes Good Luck. "I \tantl to remi;lld yotu. In conllnetiont v ith today's battle. that today is the birth dlhy of Illy gr.itd.,nlt, illy second successor, if (;otl so, ills, which mighlt perhaps Le niellltitedl in .a patriotic slntenlce if it e'hull be lade coniven ilt. "(ood luck to you. .Mlake it very clear that the t ecnmd Ioac is ahtuiug its rightls and is workin the: ruin of thle countIry that thle t:phar b.' hls abo anused its rilghts ann has phl,'il. itself on the shide of tile gove'rnintiil ld fect ill the Colltituti ol)n that here als, tJie king has only to eonsult his roai dulty ,,ld works t'e machinte w itlt out a I,lget lluntil Ithe ccount;:t is subse quently laid before the , coalst chitlller and voted. W\\'1 .11EI.M." lihw well Ilismnarck carried out his mas tci's will an l intriduce, tIhe "patriUtle sentence" canll e seen in the following ex tract frotn a speech lahilth Il made tile samne day. January -.7, 86.h, inl the latld tag,. lIe said: A Bold Speech. "It is a re:n:rrkahl!e coincidencc that tne dii-culssiton of this llati:ifesto which is to Ie presented to our royal ma.ter takes ilace in the birthday of the viyoungesl heir to t le throne. In this coincidace, gentle Iei1. we see a rieoubled c .1h to enltr tne lust hlabily for the kingly rights, boldly for the righlts of his (naj stly's siucce.s,,rs. hilte I'russoian kingly office has not yet fulfilled ilt mi$slioi, is not yet ready In be dove t:,iled like a red piece of mnachinery into tlhe mIlechnlllislll of tile parliameuntary rt gine." Throughout the volutne one is shown lBismarck's devotion to the king of I'rus sia and thie l;tier's great ability to guide the policy of his kingdom! and influence the politics of other countries. The letters furnish most valuable glilmpsei into tlihe hddelll history of the dhays of lismiarek and William 1. \'lllln e II. is rqltially interesting and furnishes the trIte cxplalnation of many hitherto obscure incidents of the past, As a rule a man will teel well satisfied if lie can hobble around on crut:hea two or three weeks after spraining his ankle, anid it is usually two or three months be. fore he has fully recovered, This is an unnec:ssary loss of time, for in many cases in which Chantberlain's Pain Balm has been promptly and freely applied, a cclplete cure has been effected in less than one week's time, and in some cases Sithin three days. For tale by Paxon & Rockefeller, Newbro Drug Co., Christie & Leys, and Newton Bros. Farnwell Very Low. HY ASSOItI AfI') o ; :ss, ('hicago, Sept. I5.---Formler Senator C. II. Farnwell, who has been seriously ill for several weeks, fell from a chair last night and sustained a broken armn, The aged ex senator was recently operated on and it is feared the fresh shock will endanger his ultimate recovery, Anacondana Wed Here. Frank Finlayson and Miss Addie Staf fanson, bIoth of Anaconda, were married In this city yesterday by Justice John Doran. The couple will remain a few days in Ilutte before returning to Anaconda, where they will reside in the future. Senator Scott Better. Denver, Colo., Sept, r5.--Senator Na than B. Scott of West Virginia, who is ill at the Brown's Palace hotel in this city, is reported as slightly improved, Dr. Lyon's PERFEOT Tooth Powder Used by people of refinement for over a quarter of a oentury PRIPARID BY ý rncoutist Largest Dental Offices In Butte Regular $8 Gold Crowns - $5.00 PERFECT SET OF TEETH AT $5 AND $10 A SET All Work (iuaranteed to Be the Very finest TEETH EXTRACTED ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN Call and Get Prices This Month Before Going Elsewhere DR. F. A. IRONSIDE THE DENTISr, Curtis Block. 25 W. Park St. iii __ IIII m__ _,, , MAY MEAN A WAR THOUGH INSURGENT LEADERS ARE PLANNING ANOTHER UP RISING IN MANILA. Manila, Sept. S5. 5:45 P. m.-A letter addressed to Artemio Artice, the former insurgent general, now residing in Hong Kong, having been deported there in 1897 with other rebel chiefs, has just fallen into the hands of the local constabulary. It says that money will be sent him and is signed by many prominent insurgent leaders in this city. The government has ordered the enlistment of :,ooo Moros in the constabuttlary. RECEPTION TO NOFTSINGER Baptist Church Congregation Is to Wel come Its Pastor. A reception will be tendered Rev. Mr. Noftaimnger and Mrs. Noftsinger tonight by the young men of the First Baptist church of this city. It will Ie partly to celebrate the return of the recipients after an absence in the IlEast dclring the last two or three months and as a happy reminder to them that it is sevent years since Mr. Noftsinger became pastor of the First Baptist church. In that time the mcmbership has in creased beyond all expectation and the re lation of the pastor and church members have always been marked by the greatest harmony and unanimity. A special program has been arranged for tonight and all friends are invited to at tend. HOTEL ARRIVAIS At the Thornton--Miss Cooley. Mon tana; 1'. GibsonI, H. Gibson, Great Falls; I). A. Noonan, New York; J. E. Blaine and wife, Cillcillllati; . E. Casey, Pipe stolne; J. S. Baker, liozeman; J. F. Stern hrg; J. W. Flynn, New York; J. E. Bel ling, Chicago; S. Frensdort, Cincinnati; 1. II. Smith, Anaconda; F. A. Fumnby, ;alt Iake; A. J, Iluston, Cleveland; W. II. Byron, Minneapolis; \V. O. Spear, Ph;iladelphia; Dr. G. L. Mu.ssigbrod, Gar. net ; Jo:eph McClure, Pittsburg; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas, Butte; J. S. Davies, Rochester, N. Y.; B. F. \\hite, Dillon, Mont.; Carter II. lHarrison, Chicago. At the Finlen-James P. Supple and wife, Helena; J, M. Tolan, Anaconda; F. C. Felter, Chicago; W. L. Brandon, F. F. Winter, Anaconda; 1). M. lrodeck and wife, Portland; D. A. Welch, Anaconda; A. E. McKenzie, Denver ; 1. M. Graham, I.incoln; F. A. l'imby, Salt Lake; W. N. Dill, Decatur, Ill.; Lew L. Calloway, J. B. liowy, George W. Rcife Virginia City; F. Kinsey and wife, Chicago; S. E. Lara b'e, Deer L.odge; HeIrbert Holloway, Two dot; Mhts. G. A, JIbtrl;,'e, Mrs. I. Hieber l:ne, Dillon; 1. D. Nixon Minneapolis; Fran:k \Vahlc, wife and child, Boulder; Edward J. Sccber and wife, Rochester, NV.Y ; C. W. Blair, E. il. 'Turbush, Salt lake; Judge Pigott, Helena; Carl Rosch, Helena; G. McFarland, city; Charles As selistine, Great Falls; E \. . King, Lewis town; J. Moran, Manhattan ; A. P. Gillen, Denver; T,. A. Wright and wife, St. Paul; R. T. Starr, Hlelena. At the Butte-G. ), McGluarrier, Miss II. Hamilton, Miss B. Ashton, Miss C. T. Ralston, If. W. Smith, Miss Jesse Shirley, Mrs. A. M. Smith, L,. C. Greer, C, M. Innes, E, F. Attey, F. M. McGuarrier, Jesse Shirley company; J. Rawall, J. A. Douglass, Prairie Lity, Ill.; H,. H. Griffith, J. A. Griffith, Ellsville, Ill.; J. R. Arler, Prairie City, Ill,; J. E. Ledman, Missoula; A. N. Camp, San Francisco; H. L. Brown, Cleveland; R. A. Lacey, Montana; E. F. Wilbur, San Francisco; C. M. Clark, Chi cago; G. P. Grimsley, Topeka, Kan.; G. W. Knee, B. Chancey, W. V. Towle, St. Paul. At the Southern-J. M. Moore, John Berg, Anaconda; Hugh Sutton, Fred Dor sey, Whitehall; R. B. oLagonly, Hamilton; E. G, Ramsford, Telluride, Colo.; F. Kin sey and wife, Chicago; W. A. Kinney, Silver Star; John O. Nemveder, Hamil ton; A. W. Gall, Martin Jones, Burlington, Iowa, IN JUDGE BOYLE'S COORT Cases of Minor Interest Come Before His Honor. In Judge Boyle's court this morning Matt Carrie was. fined $5 for drunkenness. Tosu Brown was fined $io for causing a disturbance. John Doe Fleming, arrested last night charged with assault committed on the 5th of September, was released on $a5 bond. The trial was set for Friday, Septem ber 18. After Boy Burglars, Helena, Sept. I5.-Policemen Gus O'Brien and Harry Hay are trying to break up a gang of boy burglars who have been operating here for some time. They have recovered $5o worth of stolen goods and have four youngsters, ranging in age from 8 to z4 years, under arrest on the charge of being implicated in the crimes,. Pictures Of Your Vacation Trip People who have been on their summer vacations are beginning to return and are bringing back with them some beautiful pic tures. Our developing depart ment is working overtime. Surely you are not going off on your vacation and not take a camera with you. It will be a great mis take. Your vacation will always remain a source of double pleas. ure if you take pictures of the people that you meet and the places and things that you see and other occasions of interest to those in your party. Cameras, films, tripods, plates, plateholders, albums, printing paper, mounts and all kinds of supplies for amateur photogra phers at lowest prices. Before you start you had bet ter bring in your camera and let us look it over and see if it is in good condition. It may need repairing. Take fresh films with you. Do not trust to luck. You are very liable to get old films if you wait until you get where you are going or you may not be able to get them to fit your camera. The only safe way is to take them with you. PAXSON & ROCKEFELLER Red Cross Drug Store. 24 West Park Street, - Butte 'Phone 74. HOUSE PAINTING To be good, must be done with good material, by good work men, who have an intimate knowledge of how best to mix and apply the paint. In fact so much depends upon the mats behind the brush, that we are very careful who we employ. They must be both careful and expert. When you want paint ing done as it should be, and at a price that is fair, come to the SCHATZLEIN .4 PAINT COMPANY $ .i West Broadway, Butte. Richards THE BUTTE UNDERTAKER Practice. Unaertaker and Embalmer. 14o W. Park St., Butte. Phone o07 DR. HUIE POCK Thirteenth doctor of China from trand father down. Born and schooled ii the profession Treats all diseasea, making a specialty of chronlo troubles Consult mie. 887 South Main St. BOARDING STABLES Attention Paid in Every Detail to Horses Left in Our Charge. Rates Rea sonable. . 'Phone a04 GROUND FLOOR STABLES asi South Main St.