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CARS JUMP RAIL TAKE FIRE FROM DEADLY THIRD STEEL TRACK AND FIFTY. PEOPLE FLY. ENVELOPED BY BLUE FLAMES Reports Like That of Musketry f.t6ow When Powerful Circuit is Made and Broken. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. New York, Oct. 14.-A train composed of two cars on the Kings' county elevated structure at the Brooklyn end of the bridge, jumped the track at the curve at 11:45 last 'night, narrowly escaped falling into the street, caught fire from the third rail and was partly consumed with the flooring of the structure. The So persons were bruised by the jolt and thrown into a panic by the blaze and all rushed to the tracks regardless of the deadly third rail and escaped. The two cars and both motors were crowded. They started from the signal, forging ahead with more speed than is considered safe, and left the track within to feet from the platfom and crashed into a bumper outside the curve. The passengers were thrown from their seats and windows were broken. As the cars came to a standstill a loud report resounded and others like musketry fol lowed. Simultaneous a sheet of flame shot into the air. Then a shower of sparks mingled with tongues of blue fire played around the cars, setting fire to the flooring and sides and igniting the levated structure. The imprisoned passengers shrieked in horror and madly rushed to the rear door, which was closed. In a twinkling the door was shattered and men and women pourned out upon the platform and swarmed down upon the roadbed, oblivious of the fact that death lay in the sputtering third rail. Luckily none of the frightened passen gers touched it and all escaped to the station platform. *Meanwhile the flames communicated by the tfhird rail grew, and the fire engines were called out and eventually extinguished the flames. REJANE IS TO GO0 0 GREAT FRENCH ACTRESS REFUSES TO BE RECONCILED WITH HER HUSBAND, PORTEL. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Paris, Oct. 24.-Preliminary to the hcear fngs to the divorce suit brought by Madame Rejane against her husband, M. Portel, her manager and director of the Vaudeville theater and the counter suit brought by M. Portel against Madame ReJane, the couple appeared before M. Jette, president of the tribunal of first instance yesterday for the judicial effort to effect a reconciliation. Only a few minutes were necessary to show the judges that neither of the par ties were inclined to a reconciliation and at the end of the half hour they left, after having signed, as witnesses, the document drawn up and signed by the judge in his formal decision that no reconciliation could be effected. Judge Jette confined the daughter to Madame Rejane and gave the custody of their son to M. Portel, Madame Rejane having the right to receive her son each day at breakfast. MEMORIAL EXERCISES All members of the Improved Order of Red Men will meet at the Old Masonic hall, No. 35 West Park street, on Sunday, October 2a, at :3o p. m., to attend memorial services. All visiting members cordially invited. In Memoriumn-Shoshone Tribe No. s: R. Campana, H. N. Thomas, R. Kendall, J. K. Pomeroy, J. C. Philip, G. I. Cun aingham. Nashota Tribe No. 2I: Miles Mlcnnes, A. K. Young. Program--Quartet, Mcssrs. Martin, Ste vens, Kito and Trenerry; Sachem, Brother natt Ward; "Some Sweet Day," quartet; Sachem; 'In the Sweet Bye and Bye," quartet; Prophet, Brother Iniman; "Lead, Kindly Ligitt" q,.artet; Senior Sagamore, Brother Vlgeant; "Rork of Ages," quartet; tolo, Mrs. Dieks; oratlon, Brother Rev. M. G. Ledford; sole, "Calvary" (by re quest), Plof. V. G. Stevens; Junior Saga more, A. J. Violette; solo, Mrs. Dierks; doxology; Prophet. Chiefs of Shoshone Tribe No. : Thomas Rich, sachem; John Stevens, senior sagamore; John Robinson, junior sagamore; C. C. Johnson, prophet; A. J. White, chief of records. Chiefs of Nsshota Tribe No. 2i-Peter Bruin, Jr., sachem; L. G. Huntley, senior sagamore; John Zurflub, junior sagamore,; H. F. Frey, plophct; J. S. 1'atuly, chief of records. JUST "TO MENTION IN PASSING" Cram's Atla of the World, ipa3 edition, with handsome upt'datIe nmap of Montana, is given free to Iete. Montaltn subsc'riter, who pay $7.50 for one year ir. dvance, 'The special 5lo vote c. upon is *r. I loluded. Picture FramIng Our framning department is in charge of an expert of more than ordinary ability. It is stocked with choice moldings in the latest styles., as well as a superb collection of ready made frames, mats and other framing requisites. You will consult your own best interests by in trusting any framing you may have to our store, SCHATZLEIN - PAINT COMPANY , | 14 West Broadway, Butte. MARTiN AVERS IT IS ONLY MISTAKE ARRESTED ON A CHARGE OF HAV* 4NG PASSED A BAD CHECK ON A LOCAL HOTEL. IT IS MERELY AN OVERDRAFT Accused, Who Is From Missoula, Says He Has Money in the Bank and Will Be Able to Square Account. L. A. Walker, proprietor of the Finlen hotel, has caused the arrest of James V. Martin, on a charge of obtaining money on a worthless check. The warrant for Mar tin's apprehension was issued out of Jus tice Doran's court, yesterday afternoon, al though the alleged offense was committed on October 9g. At that time Martin is alleged to have called on Mr. Walker and presented a check for $So, drawn on the Western Mon tana National bank of Missoula. Mr. Walker cashed it and thought nothing wrong. When the check finally found its way to Missoula and was presented at the bank it was pronounced worthless. Martin had not left the city and De tective Jerry Murphy was given charge of the case and the alleged swindler was landed in jail last night. Martin is a cattle buyer. He resides in Missoula and is understood to be a man of means. When seen today and asked for a state ment regarding the alleged bogus check, he stated that the whole affair was a terrible mistake, that he had an account with the bank at Missoula and at the time het drew the check was fully confident that it would be honored, and that it could be nothing more than an overdraft. At the time of his arrest Martin states he tendered to Mr. Walker a bill of sale for a horse and buggy, to secure him until he could go to Missoula and square mat ters. This was refused. Martin is a man of slender build, wears a Vandyke beard, and has the app,earance of being a well-to-do business man. He stated that he had been to (,reat Falls and other state points and had been drink ing, and th:t he might have overdrawn his money during one of these sprees. The prisoner was in a high state of nervous excitement today and deplored the fact that he had been humiliated by arrest. He says that as soon as he can go to Missoula he will square the matter and exonerate himself from any criminal in tent. AN ENDORSEMENT Butte, Mont., October a4, 1903. Inter Mountain Publishing Co., City: Gentlemen-We have carefully exam ined Cram's Popular Family Atlas and find it reliable and up-to-date in every particular. Very respectfully, Rice & Fulton, Butte Business college. GALLAlIN AFFECTED GENERAL SUFFERING WILL BE FELT IN BOZEMAN AND VICINITY THROUGH SHUTDOWN. rPECIAL. TO TIlE INTER 1 I' ntNLTAI!N. Bozeman, Oct. 24.-Gallatin county joins with the balance of the state in gen eral regret and disgust over the unwelcome news of the Bultte: shltldo nl. The farmers of the (t;llatin valley, the merchants of Snzetnun andl the ciliccns of Storrs, the new coal camp that the Amnalgamnated was just placing mon its feet, are unanimous that.the action of the court is the burning disgrace of the decade that will cause untold sui'ering all over Mon tana. The news from Storrs is that the coal mines will be closed at once and the new coking plant shut down indefinitely. This is very bad, as the town was growing rapidly and it was expected the population would soon exceed I,ooo. The farmers around here will lose one of their best markets with the industries of Butte and Anaconda closed. BILTMORE TO BE CENTER OF CLUB FOR THE RICH Plans Underway to Convert Thousands of Acres Into Resort for the Millionaires of America. BInY ASSOCIATED PRESS. New York, Oct. 34.---A large portion of G;iorge W. Vunrlcerhilt's vast estate in the wilds of No. t't Carolina, known as liltmore, is to be convcte I into an cx clusive h4tutinrg andl flshiur club, which will include in its tme:!bership some of the most prominent n: "n of the land. Propositions hive recently blen mub iutttcd to Edgar II. M.'re of Kcni;varth Inn, N. C, wherelby if pres!ent pjans are carried out .!o 00oo acres of the Blit3L,3,re estate will be used as a hunting and Hlsh ing club by the Bi!lmore club now lhi.g organized. The proposition does not include the ro.ooo asres iullllediately surrounding the private mansion of Mr. Vandlcrbilt. The waters of hiltlnore are well sup plied with fish. In tle fore.,t many quail lmay be found, and wild tauikey, pheasants, deer and even bla.:k bear room. JUST "TO MENTION IN PASSING" Cram's Atlas of tl.e World, '.,)3 edition, with Ilhalldsme ule p.totlite lnp of aMonltana, Is glven flee to inter .Meur'tla slubscribers who pay $7.S50 fu viue yar inl advance. '!he special 500 vcte coupon is alo ;ncl Ided. METHODIST INSTITUTIONS MAY ALL BE UNITED Chicago, Oct. 24.-A plan whereby all of the Methodist institutions may be united with one body of directors with the North western university as head and front, has been disclosed by l'resident James of the Northwestern. As an evidence that the smaller insti tutions are ready for such af union, Pres ident James declares that already two col leges have asked to be taken under the protection and management of the North western university, while the university has already annexed two preparatory schools - the Elgin academy and the Grand Prairie seminary of Onargo. Piano tuning $3.50, at Orton Bros., ais North Main street. For Saturday's Selling .c eombs, Pins Boys' Clothing d Purss e .Hennessy' Second Floor Sand urseLot the boy startthe week with a new suit. Buy one today. Prices are right--more than Little Things That right, for we have marked soy Every Woman Wants elal lines of most desirable boys' We make special prices on several lines suitsli veng. Parenty low fs who ave of wanted articles that will draw hundredsn lnla to wot lsve fee r unable to got exclusiveo of buyers to our notion counters, where models for their little ones, we have on display a thousand and one - should see our latest and most things and many startling novelties that women are wanting from becoming novelties, the noew one end of the week to the other. Store open until 10 p.m. Saturday. "Buster Brown," Eton antd All Kinds of Combs hlildren's Hose S'ailor Russian suits. French horn side combs, worth 300t pair. boys' andt girls' otton Spec al Suit Sale Saturday lOc and 16c, for Ic pair, stockings, light and heavy weight, Side combs, several styles; 25c fast black and stainless. 11oya' two .plce all-wool enasi Iloys' serge sailor stilts, heavy quality, for 5c pair. 25e values for L5c palr mere aschool stits. ioulile breasted weight: colors, blue, brown and red. Side combs in the new shapes, 600 pairs boys' and girls' ribbed and Norfolk styles in brown, gree'tn-. ('ollars are trimmned with alternt. long and short; 50c values, 25c pair. cotton, cashmere and lisle thread Inh and gray milxtures with lining uing rows of wide and narrow black Side combs, back combs, pompa- stockings, with double soles and of Italian cloth. Pants have patent silk braidt. Pants have platent bands dour combs, circular combs and hair knees, excellent for school wear. bands and taped slnams. Hl.es itn and taxped sanls. Sines 3 to 9 years, barretts; worth up to 60c each. Retgular 35e and 5Or values. double breasted styleo from 8 to 15 Only $5.00 Suit Choice for 1 c ombs called Only 25 pair years: in the Norfolkl snyle from 4 Boys' double branelted wool twoetd The new puff combs called to 10 years. ts, swig ty ovrplals "Rough on Rats," a cool and sanl- 390 pairs boys' and girls' narrow Only $2.25 Suit ark mixshowing pIkgrot verplais oand tary method for creating pompadour antd wide rib cotton and cashmere e oys iotble r ed anaste Nor- noiby. Coats ar I lak dt with good 15effect wandthott the use of hair rat bla, tck with double sone, fast folk stilts, made of heavy weight satine; pants are extra well made. 1c and 35c each. black with tdouble soles and knees. navy bhlo serge. Coats are lined Sitzs 8 to 15 years. Security hair buckles. three 50e value for 35e pair with 'armner's sntin; pants have Only $1.50 Sult styles; prices 25e, 35c and 50c each. patent hands anl taped seanm Shell hair combs, good length, in W omen's Stockings Diouble lirenast,d stilts for 9 to 15 .Vi'ry ,r''ttly Norfolk sults, made both straight and crimped styles; NIf rlmlhmr nntarimlo. Sixes 4 to 10 25c and 35c values, for 1The dozen. 375 pairs women's fine real mace years; Norfolk stits for f lt' ialtrlt. Siyes 4 to 10 Shell and amber hairpins, 3 and hose, double soles, full fashioned years. yours. Only $4.75 Sult 4 inches long; regular i0e and Oec feet, fast black and stainless. Only $0.00 Suit loys' tlrooe-ieeo all-wool knee. values, for 25e and 35e dozen. 35e values for 25. pair Ioys' oxford gray and navy blue plant sills, inado of brown and gray Large bone hairpins in shell and O6 pairs women's fine cashmere acheviot sailor rits, with piln ol mixed worsled chevots; bea t tailor amber, lOc to B5e each. and cotton stockings, with French las and collars trimmed with three trimmings and workmanship. Sizes 50c new back combs for 25c each., merino heels and toes, absolutely rows black linen braid. PInts aro for boys of 9 to 14 years. 75c new back combs for 35c eabh. fast black and stainless. Regular lined and have taped seams. oStes Only s0.50 Sult $1 new back combs for .no each. floe quality for 3c5 pair, or 3 to 9 years. aook at our slyls. Could any Rubber dressing combs, eight Three pairs for $1.00 Only $4.50 Sult th)ng he finer? inches long; 50c quality for 40c; 75c quality for 50c. 00 pairs women's fine wool, Ger- uths' O vercoats and lsters 7Cc qualityf .man cashmere, French cashmere, Youths Just Fancy Things fine lisle, Egyptian cotton and real Only $ 0.00 ac Smetal coin purses for 2c. mace hose. Values to $1.25 pair. Only $9.00 Each Only $10.00 Each 3,000 women's and children's sale Price 49e pair Youths' overcoats, made of fine Youths' dtress ulster overcoals of rings, warranted for five year, at beaver In the fashionable oxford fancy mixed plaid casslmnro with rings, warr500anted 1.50 eah. at Hat and Other Pins shade; one of the most desirable velvet collar and late bolt effects, Nck ca ns, several very pretty New hatpns, with aat heads, tyles of the season, with velvet col. with oest serge lining. Full length, styles, from 60e to $10.00 each. in black and white, 10 to 12 inches years. a P serge lining$.00 each. Sizes 1 to 20attractive e prl.l In style.y $10.00 Very pretty bags, in walrus and long, 2 for 5c. years. price, $9.0 each. s1zca 15 to 20 years. Only $10.00 seal, at 50c, 75c and $1.00 each. Very pretty hatpln, tlffernt WOOl Je seys School Girls' aps styles; 10c and lyc qualities, for Sc. New Lockets Handsome hatpins, worth 25., for Our summer line of wool Jerseys We have Just. received a large New brooches, new waist sets, ,10. In assorted stripes and plain blue shipmlinl of "Sir Thomas ,lpton" combs, chains, rings and belts. , Long hatpins, with pearl heads; and maroon. Not all sizes in each raps. The now, stylish shape for Very stylish belt buckles, in gun fOe quality, for 25c. color, butt each size in some deslr- 'lhoiolglrls, In many beautiful col metal and German silver; 50c quall- Six beauty pins, on card; worth able shade. Sizes 2 to 14 years., ors. All nixes. Prices, Gic andtl 7tce ty, for 35c. 1Gc, for Sc. $1.75 values for $1.25. Come and seei them. Flannel Shirts Wool Sweaters Youths' outing flannel shirts in Chlidren's all lambs' wool sweat. assorted checks, full body antd tlr's. hand knit, In solid red, maroon sleeves, w.ll finished, swith iearl anttd navy, with strilped collars; also buttons. Sizes 12 1.2 to 14. Only fancty stritpem on solid ground. Hizes 45c each. 2 to 6 yours. l'rinos, $1.25 and $1.50 See them on loennussy's 2d F"loor, each. On Hennessy's Third Floor Ilennessy's art department, dutring the short space of time it has been running, has become decidedly popular and is already recog- , A rticles nized as headquarters for all that is new in art embroidery. atowp6 ehoice for roming Monday DUlGION For a limited season we have secutred the services of Mr. Katow, thle noted Japaneso instructor of Things Bvery Housekeeper " ltabroidtory. Beginning Mondty Wants and Can't Do Without llnext, the 26th instant, lhe will give free instructions iii the art of In Hennessy's Basement Bazaar whilch he is a master. Those in- One large blue culp and auer.. 10c One llunter flour slfter ......... 0c terested should see MissC n inzicllat One clurd's decorated mug...... oc. Two good ple IlIn for..........l c w One large dinner plate.........lot T'wo gootld ctak th r r r........10e once to make the necessary ar- One decorated soup plate........ Ioe Two mediutlm sizeld pot covers...10c rangemlents. One pair shl.f brackets........ It' One wire t('rapot Iand.......... 10c One decorated oyste'r bowl .... lOc One diectoratedi glass pin tray .... 10c M all O de s P om ptly illed Fo n ge a knift t' , ..,. 0e One locora ii toth. k Itl ol'.1 M all Or ersTwo wheskety glasses ftor....... I0c ()O1o delocorated sail. .llker. ..... 1oc Onet' dtoc'urated wine glass...... 1ocr One decorated popper shalker..lOc Pyrodrap hlc Supplies oe patented moa, Hick., .... l . . ,,. One wire, potato musrr ...... ioc One l hew sho polfish ........... lOt (O hlardiwoo rollmig pin ..... le We have full lines of outits for this mlost interesting work att Oto itg gadIEl di'...........Oc '10 rwtt IRlnI iPbrushO. ftr.......... Ie $2.50, $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 a set. Needles for burning, stains, oe tover egg beater.......... O tc o lc ,o.oratId OtsthllMlr ...,.. 10e wax an,.l gloss. A catalogue containing prices and full partticulars on'j doIzen tin tenapoons........t 10c Two large mlxing spoons for.... ic of these goods will )be sent by mail tupon Oq(tICest. TrOne as]go roll lotltr taitul,...., Ite Oi w oi.l ctilna vietbiat plislih . le Two dozet fruit ju r rubbrs , .... lIc One inl. cut gl;tass uipHotliholie'r.10c OneOth er pacaet S u p p lte s i .....,,I. oi I e Oto ootl tin I,,rail .....ce O th e r A rt S u p p li) Oto gtiJ tliu'nr ..tu'......... Jl}t Ofie gooe aoati tl ipjckot.. . .e One cold hako le|d Iiov,, Ilftr...lOc, Two tin candluetlal for .......0e Ratia in all colors, I'ced in all sixes, beads, OOlllts, etc. IOttton- Ose goot lee~l liirinv kniti....1c One paTcltagt sitove pIlish t....... 10(: berg and ducheeseo braids and lBelding iros.' etlluroitdery silks in Oti wire soapl)holdlr ..........10c Onie good talt Ipllor.......... 10fc l colorThree glass sauce tdishes for....loc One lotg llalletldld llro shovel.... 10c ail colors. One good can opener.......... 10ce Matty othor things, too, at I0l. Hennessy's Open Until 10 p. m. Saturday Agents for "Acorn" Stoves and Ranges ElmIl II 1Ii WANDERIN MIND RETURNS TO HIM DR. CATE NOW KNOWS WHO HE IS AND WHERE HE WAS DURING MENTAL BLIGHT. BY ASSOCIATED I I'ESS. Southwoo., N. J., Oct. 24.-As sudi dlcnly as he disappeared last April, wan dering demented, his mind blank, all over the country, 1)r. Henry II. Cate, proprie tor of a sanitarium here, has recovered his memory. It all came back to him while he was reading a mldical book in a sanitarium in Goshen, N. V., where he had been sert several weeks ago. D)ropping the bo6k, he started up and exclaimecl: "I have been a physician and had a sanitarium at Lakewood l" Dr. Cate then described what had oc. curred from the time he left Lakewood on a visit to New York, wherehe regis tered at the hotel Albert. The day after his arrival he went out for a walk and did not return. His empty pocketbook was found early next morning under a pile of lumber. It is said the pocketbook had, contaitned $5,ooo. There was nothing in it except the physician's cards and the re turn icket to Lakewood. Although his friends had a general alarm sent out for him 11ll over the country, no news of his whereabouts was received until he was discovered by his brother-in-law at Poughkeepsie, N. Y. It was said he had visited Norfolk, St. .ouis and Kansas City in the course of his wanderings. QUESTION ANSWERED. Yes, August Flower still has the largest sale of any medicine in the civilized world. Your mothers and grandmothers never thought of using anything else for Indi gestion or Billiousness. Doctors were scarce, and they seldom heard of Appen. dicitis, Nervous Prostration or Heart fail ure, etc. They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermenta. tion of undigested food, regulate the ac tion of the liver, stimulate the nervous and organic action of the system, and that is all they took when feeling dull and bad with headaches and other aches. You only need a few doses of Green's August Flower, in liquid form, to make you sat isfied there is nothing serious the matter with you. You can get this reliable rem edy at Newbro Drug Co. and J. T. Finlen Drug Co. Price S50 and 75c. T. A. Morrin, attorney at law, room 5, Silver Bow block. 'Phone 9i8-8. ANN O'OELIA DISS DE BARR'S FRAUD SPIRIT PAINTINGS THAT CREATED SENSATION IN LAST CEN TURY TO BE SEEN. New York, Oct. 2..--Ann O'l.elin Diss de Barr's spirit paintings are to be shown at last to the public. They were the most dearly sold, the most widely talked of, the least known paintings of the nineteenth century. For them, Lu ther R. Marsh, an old lawyer, well e(du cated and refined in taste, a founder of the Union l.:ague club aIndi one of its vice presidents, gave a fortune, the deed of his house and his reputation as an art col lector. Mr. Marsh's son and one of Mr. Marsh's partners in the legal firm of Marsh, Wilson & Wallace, with several policemen, raided his house in June, 1888. They arrested Ann O'Delia Diss de Barr and her husband, who lived there and seized the paintings. They were placed in cellars at police headquarters and kept there until a year ago. The trial of the Diss de Uarr was a sensation of the New York courts. She ws guilty of fraud. EVERYTHING That's Fit to Smoke -AT Montana eigar eo. 15 North Wyoming Union Goods a Specialty The pictures were not viewed by experts, and they remained unseen. Ann O'felia IDiss De Barr is in prison for fraud in England. The Diss de Barr, who was known as her hsuband here, has vanished. The paintings are to he shown at the Fifth Avenue Art gallery, and are to be sold there by auction later.