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LEAGUED WITH SIN.
Evidence That the pellee Chloago Ar
Muoh Like Those of New York
City.
HELPING TO PROTECT SCOUNDRELS.
An Election Day Murder Has Roused the
People and They Call for an
Investigation.
Chicago, Nov. 13.--The murder of
Gus ('olllnder,. the young Swede, who
was killed by a gang of toughs while
watching the .ounting ,of ballots In the
ninth precinct of the Twenty-third ward
last Tuesday, ir~,lnaes to devi.lelp into
a celebrated caset. Indignation mnuet
Ings have been held In nearly every
wtrd on the north side to protest
against the election outrages and to
pledge united action in avenging the
death of brave GOu Coltandetr, who
died in the defense of the ballot In
each meeting resolutions condemning
the brutal murder and assaults and
the men in omfe who are responsible
for them was adopted. Fervld speeches
demanding retribution both in the
courts and at the polls were made and
applauded by democrats and republi
cans alike regardless of past party strife
or amliation.
The facts brought to light by the po
lice drag-net Indicate more conclusively
than ever that the Market street gang
otherwise known as the "O'Malley
gang," had formed a deliberate plot.
not only to seize the ballot boxes of
several precincts by main force, but to
kill the Judges and clerks if necessary.
It is known that the members of the
gang, all of whom have more or less
unsavory records, held a number of
meetings In the rear of a Market street
saloon and that their pans were only
less perfect than those of the Cronin
murderers.
The Itecord. Independent, says:
"There are ndications that men of in
fluence and city offce holders were in
communoiation, if not in direct collusion
with the gang; that they had promised
Its members immunity from police In
terference and that they had paid the
livery bills for the carriages that were
used both before and after the murder
of CollandeJ. If the facts which were
hinted at can be proved the case will
furnish most sensational developments
and the names of persons high In office
will be dragged Into it.
"It is also evident that the bravado
of the gang is not yet broken. Its mem
bers who are still at large and relying
on the promised protection have shewn
their hands several times by appearing
to threaten the lives of men who are
posed to have Inside information as
to their doings.
"0. M. Dickson, the republican chal
lenger at the polling place, 113 Illinois
street, who was beaten almost to death
was approached by two men on Thurs
day as he lay In his room. 11 Clark
street, and was ordered to keep silent
as to his knowledge of the gang under
pain of death. Shortly afterward he
was taken away by his friends and the
report that he was dead was subse
quently published to throw his perse
cutore oR the track. He lives at the
home of his physician, where he is be
InS watched closely. Fears are enter
tained that the bruises which he re
ceived will ultimately cause his death.
"With this in view the civic federa
tion visited Mr. Dickson and took a
full statement as to his knowledge of
the gang and the facts which led to the
attack on the polling place where he
was stationed.
"The men captured Thursday. with
the exception of Jack Dougherty, whose
connection with the case could not be
established, are still lacked up at the
station. So far they have refused to
say a word which will show that they
were concerned In the gang's raid.
The men the polUce most want are
John Santry, 'Major' Sampson, 'Uncle'
Lynch and Frank Conley. Inspector
Schaack is certain that Santry was the
man who was shot through the body
and that he must be in very bad condli
tion, If he Is still living at all, but the
police thus far do not seem to have lo
cated him."
Eddie O'Brien, who Is asserted to have
fired the fatal shot, was arrested.
The civic federation has already gone
vigorously into the work of prosecuting
the gang. It began to collect its evi
dence yesterday and no effort will be
spared to convict those who are guilty.
No warrants will be sworn out, how
ever, until the police have done what
they can toward finding the men
wanted. Inspector Bchaack says he is
perfectly willing to catch such men as
he can and turn them over for prosecu
tion. He thinks the great difficulty will
be in getting the necessary identifica
tion of the men who were Implicated in
the murder of Collander, although It
will be a comparatively easy matter to
pick out the ones who were concerned
in the riots at the other polling places.
"They are all slippery criminals," he
said. "They have been all over the
country and served thelr time in a numn
ber of penitentiaries, and it is corre
spondingly difficult to locate them."
The Inter-Ocean contains grave
charges of connivance at the election
day outrages by Inspector Schaa'k and
Police Captain Gibbons. The following
occupies a prominent place under the
caption "Sohaack Is Accused:""Charles
Shepherd, the boy cabman who was
cruelty shot by the thug senator, John
F. O'Mailey, was reported as somewhat
better, but his recovery will only mean
the miserable life of a permanent crip
pie.
"Nicholas Varalos yesterday swore
out a warrant for the arrest of O'Mal
Icy, charging him with making thr.ats
to kill. Wednesday night O'Malley is
alleged to have called at Varalos' home
and threatened him.
" 'He told me that if I prosecuted him
for shooting me in the arm he would
shoot me in the head,' said Va'ralou.
"The warrant was given to c('ostable
Lauer, but has not beenl served.
"Inspector S3ehaack stated tha:t he
had a warrant for the arrest of H.llat,r
John F. O('Mally for shootii V\'r;al,s
and that he had sent an ollie r to r, ,.
it. Just the same. ,'Malliy wa.s It
arrested up to 4 o'elork.
'Capt. (lIhhonn, who was In enmmnn:,l
of thr- VtH t1 'hl.-;ig,, av,"nn," t li111)c( P(:
Ilion undor~ Inrlip-, t .r S(-ha;, k. Is a c-u-·
In of John IF. (AtMiil''y, ani I4 1had1,1
gloves with th.a tII;'"M ,1. '1 mv'
nw~ll,"h L is 1Hf llniv ' nml p "-l if~l 'III.II1 I 1.
of tihr. HItT. Ioot ir:,'h ro i.' ih ,o
third wardri : dir..rri" iio ('hiro. ('aiit.
(2lhhnrtI,4 it4 + hI-' It hor No. 7 or k In , I i
No. 20 of the. ('lan-on-I i1;,', ani it I , nri
lik,"ly that (11·· 1(n1l1 t , , 1.111 1 :ill I.."
iritlEdt to II til'"n thi e cptain will
to" *itttr't Igtiorne1 hy him."
Th.. I;v. nl'rr i' w.t say- thait 'v(i to
1te'n ln.Alo. hack-'I icy tic- II r f-'taut
ti'· ai vdfll; m,, -imt *.f on i t t' . ti..1ir,'
an IIci%--,tli:,eil r'.cIn I o h( I It tti:,t f I ii
T,-,"." Iv. 'oiiinii I- h~ ',f " Nw h, ."r ,
i-In 1f",' n fl I nr flnnnm"i with 'hnm.
S" IIý r.! I In b i Ir themc, tiny
.,~ ~ ~ ~ ~ , r. a-nl .ti n h h u~l tl
uthrt nu th1 11· !·'1 k. Li.·lci(.(· n lhr" svhuulltrIr
That I ii" akl thln t .., I fae a Iutlfl
an k r a i a ;: in ¾t..r la.!. A -'a,, tharaaat
all za';Iiaa a f~at,tht.I 'ee tiaIn,, te' anaaahne
!,\v nlgl~yinin it 1nnnerll h nnhlltU"' (lanilpenle
with 'ate 11tlm. Z.J trlt btttles fur sale
by all druguistu.
Patltlaer Tartesl a Iges a oels.,
The reason Miss Dogert, of Wet Peer
te.pth street. gave for refulmg to aesep
the blomers she had ordered tram bhe
tailor was that she "objected to being
made to appear lie a contemporary of
Hendrick Hudson Ilntead of a modern
American womant" The better the bloom
re are mta4e the truer lthey re to thet.
object a.bleemevm, the more h4ldous they
must be. Htavlng diseoveres this at an
early stage of her attemapt. to be an ad
vsaneed woman, Mies Harqeft eu lded on
her tailor the disgust she felt With the
essential and unavoidable hideousness of
what she saw to the looking glasE when
she looked at the part of herself she had
subjected to the Indignity and scandal of
bloomers. It Is well she repented before
making her appearance astride i bicycle
In a eostume that would have made her
a grotesque travesty of herself, but no
amount of repentance tought to be allowed
to save her from paying for the breeches.
The full amount sad damages Is the least
any jury ought to give in such a case.
Didn't Like the Change.
Nashville. Tenn., Nov. 13.--Chancellor
Andrew Allison, of this city, was shot
and Instantly killed this afternoon in
the corridr of the court house by
teotrge K. Whitworth, six years past
clerk and master of the court. Whit
worth then shot and fatally wounded
himself. Chanoellor Allison's son,
ranvitle, was appolinted a few days
ago to succeed Whitworth as clerk.
A Peavee a .eatme.t.
Mr. W. M. Terry. who has been in the
drug business at Elkton. Ky.. for the
past twelve years, says: "Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy gives better satlsfaction
than any other Cough .edilcne I have
ever sold." There is good reason for
this. No other will oure a cold so quick
ly; no other is so certain a preventive for
croup; no other affords so much relief in
cases of whooping cough. For sale by all
druggists.
Prince Andreas Ponlatowskt. who was
married three times in Parts to Miss 8per.
ry. of San Franolero-ftrl t by the mayor
and then alternately In ltomi~ Cathollc
and Protestant Episcopal church-has an
elder brother. Prince Carlos,. who also
found an American wifte some years ago
in the person of Miss Goddard.
Park's lure Cure is a positive specific
in all diseases of the liver and kidneys.
By removing the uric acid in the blood it
cures Rheumatism. I. B. Basford. of
Carthage, B. D., says: "I believe Park's
Bure Cure excels all other medicines for
Rheumatism and urinary disorders."
Sold b) Parchen-D'Acheul Drug Co.
Archduke Francis Ferdinand, heir pre.
sumptive to the crown of Austria-Hun
gary, has placed the articles and curios
which he gathered on his recent world
tour on exhibition n Vlenna. Hundreds
of people have visited the exhibition, pay
lng an admission fee.
The American Beauty owes her pres
tige more to a clear complexion than to
any other attribute. A cup of Park's Tea
will enable any one to possess this. It
clears the skin and,remesne pimples afd
that sallow, muddy look. Park's Tea is
used by thousands of ladles for the com
plexion. Without being a cathartle it
cures constlpation. Sold by Parchen
D'Acheul Drug Co.
Aseptic.
An impure plaster may be
a source of serious danger
from infection. To guard
against this there should
be a guaranty of asepticity.
Allcock's
Porous Plaster
is strictly aseptic, and thus
can be used freely for all
sprains, bruises, or conges.
tion of -the chest or throat.
Aveld neeler who by to pm)r ianftrie,
pl.aters as edltes amr AIucocKa',."
Ailcock's Core Shlelds,
Ailcock's Bulon Shields.,
Have a equal - a elif ad Me for orm
and baemils.
Brandreth's Pills
are invaluable for impure blood, tor.
pid liver sad weak stomach.
DIAMOND
ROCK DRiLLS
WaiFOR I
rospecting Mineral Veins
and Deposits
Boring vertically, horizontally
or at any angle to any desired
depth, taking out a cylindrical
section or core the entire dis
tance, showing exact character
and giving a perfect section of the
strata penetrated. Also for bor
ing artesian wells. Machines
for channeling, gadding and
other kinds of quarry work, shaft
sinking, tunneling, mining, rail.
road and all classes of rock boring.
TheI Amcrican Diamond
Rock ourin g ompany.
MAN 1' FACTURERI.
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IHere's .
Bcono I
Owilig to the of
its nutritive two
ounces f Sliver But
terine will perdrm of
three ounces of ut
ter. Our Cook D*lMe on
application, explatis Miy.
Silver
Churn
Butterine
is lower in first coat than
Creamery Butter. Here is a
double saving-In prde and in
quantity. For ae by first
class grocers.
Olr weAh adrriEOre .ill
A Sik r tww-sr gur. w se.
ARMOUR PACMKIN CO.
KANSAS 0o61. U. A.
Local Aentu:
Schrelner's Departmunt IUWe
Helena Meat Compnyl.
M. D. P.araUl.
THE GREAT
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rUmSO MEICALr InpSSSUthTe ls
BoroWs. iti th
yam corn.
luncttoc Utooktom.' Market t* Uille
Streets..
IAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA.
IUMMONS.
In the distr0it court of the PINt judicial
district of the state of Menta In and
for the county of Lewis and CIEke.
The Commonwealth Title Insurance and
Trust company, trustee, plaintiff, vs. Ell
abeth Vawter, Cortellus L. Vawter, An
nle E. Barnes, Fraaer and Chalmers (a
corporation), Burley and Co. (a corpora
tlon), the Geneva National bank (a corpo
ration), the Northwest Thommon-Houston
Electric company (a. corporation), the
Northwest (Gneral AMectric company a
corporation), 3. C. Johnson. George 8.
Knapp, George B. Stoddard and Charles
D. McLure, defendants.
The state of Montana sends gWesting to
the above named defendants:
You are hereby required t9 apju In an
action brought agaInst you by te above
named plaintiff in the district court of
the First Judicial district of the state ot
Montana, in and for the county of Lewis
and Clarke, and to answer the complaint
filed therein within ten days (exclusive
of the day of service) after the service
on you of this summons, if served within
this county; or it served out of this coun.
ty, but in this district, within twenty
days; otherwise within forty days, or
judgment by default will be takd) against
you according to the prayer of maiG com
plasint.
The said action is brought to foreclose
a certain mortgage bearing date the 30th
day of August, IR8, and recorded in the
office of the county recorder of the coun.
ty of Lewis and Clarke, In the state of
Montana, in Book 1 of Mortgages, on
page ,77, executed by Elisabet Vawter
to Northwestern Guaranty Loan com
pany, to secure the payment of her
promissory note therein relited, for the
sum of $16s..i; said Elisabeth Vawter hay.
ing acted by and thronugh Cornellus L.
Vawter, her duly authorized attorney-in.
fat,. in the execution of said note and
mortgage; which said mortgage and the
note and obligation thereby secured, have
been duly assigned to the plainti, and it
is now the legal owner and holder thereof.
The real estate descrlbed in and con
veyed by said mortgae is all those tracts,
pl'ces and parcels of land, lying and be.
Ing in the county of lewis and Clarke,
andCerrltory (now state) of Montana, de
scribed as lots number eleven (Il) and
twelve (12), in block nutber thirty
three (331) In the towneite of Helena
county of Lewis and Clarke, Montana. as
said lots and block are dlsl~nated and
dsacribed upon the official plat of said
townsite of Helena. filed in the office of
the county recorder of said county of
Lewis and Clarke, each of said lots be.
Ing thirty (CO) feet front on th,* north side
of Itroadway, and one hundred feet deep,
Ikil icing the premises upon which is sit.
mit..,l that c.ertain brick building known
us the. lo,.r.hants' hotel.
Tlhl I 'rny'r 01 tfle riotyplaoiut 10 this ar
tl",n it oly of whl''h ha.- I u"n Nled with
tII.. I. rk if Ihls'Atirt for liti' 'Jefendmnt1,
axke Ihii Ilse gt .lntli hay.' Judgment
a gill nx I 1111 t1tlndant. i.:1ta,,b""th Vawter,
for s*;:a.t,. with Intermitut I h i* 'in from the
allh liy or AItKtIuI. MU11, ot the rate of
,ix u.-I, r, Ir. per Kitl111uir. r.. tI,11 (M
it tuuruuu P'"u-." for anuu, ar. ul Tot.
K, ,+i for al it, th o 'if thin null:
thu1 tt,' u'uiai tI-u ru'u- Iiuuuy nI,,. inmite for
,huitu"b" by liii- nhti'tt 1, iA~wlli turd
,I.l: u '' u, wly. of t hi' tiru1i u." deseuritui-u
iii11 1-t uIII v yuI·(' by t ub h ,III guugi'; that
t11' !r1,. eo...Is of Iiaui t111u ' iet pululIIe
In piuvrnu'it of the :niIuIt 'tle to the
II:tr.IIII, €,r Ihi' nt t' ' ti-u. ialowed by
t I Ii itt, iti and o al 'uuuuuutof thin Hull;
ii t Ille 1 tuenuhant '(Elh;.i t h \'awter,
uout itt tur rons tulmni. ! rough or
iui Lu, r uutiiiuir i ly I' I t I . e,'Ulton
ut u't al-l ortguutn-, I," fuut ur hairred anil
i ii''" ii'o'ut oII tallit'11'11, t11 iur equity of
,"ihutuy.1u Iuiyi n-ill I.re"1,1 " r,. :d that tthe
1crl. h~h lrf m ay hart' l. 'l.:)l lit land ·Q ru
fir aIly ti:tn. iit . I mI,,,v rmain tin.
milu afi.r yujitii,- the. 1. ru.. 01 little
U-u iito ri'uul li.
Al y' iii H ) o iereby l',I that if you
tfuil to ii ttioir and ult iihi' hi- Baid c'lui.
tifT vultt ntitiy to ili'ui t we t fo the relle4
uituluat'iedl ii ihi. oumid t~uiiitLi
lilvei iunder m' linit out the neal of
t he tlUi'it i rl (lut t o ih I'trnl Judicial
iltutri' 1 if( tiie hhtatu' (i \itu~iita~, In ant
fr.~ the, i-uijitt of L~e'wt utt la~rk.', thin
Hii'""t"1 '1 3 it Hefe 1,4 iI. i h-" year of our
I .in.r 1,n'. hiuuimuuit i1, ii hunidured andi
nlinut y -four.
tity ti .11.11' 1ti:ANf. Clerik.
I lyI ti.u t r. 'rl~ee tlu ".111u v c 'lark.
fiut orw tuui i.it I';rk.. ý' ",R, attorney
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MEN-Chroale alections, whether from
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WOMEN-Their specialist for affec
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CATARRH-And kindred affections of
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Braces for Spinal Deformities. Club
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Call early and avoid being hurried by
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At Great salls on the 15th and 15th.
At Missoula on the Nth.
At Boseman on the Mth.
At Livingston on the ith.
Montana Division-1- Manl street. Helena.
Northern Division--8 ast Broadway,
Butte City. Montans.
Bouthern Division-13e South Main street.
Los An ele California.
Central Divlslon-30l to I0 West Ninth
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Western Division- Geary street, San
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Eastern Divislon--10 Randolph street,
Chicago. illinois.
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dealers in this cty and state, and
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ington, California and Minnesota,
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