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THEANACONDA STANDARD: SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST ao.1891.
THEBUTTE OFFICE Ofthe STANDARD Is In tho^New Windsor Hotol Annex, No.^21 East Broadway. Tho Tele^^phone number is 25S. Advertisementssdl be receive.! at the Butte llt.ie of Illi- MAMiVKIl till * O'clock 1'.M. l.-r in-, iti-m m tlit-louus-^u ^^ n.oitin--,'s PapM*^Hie M ajcpaiih is ilc.nercU 10 Butt* iubicrib JiUTTEKAILWAY GUIDE. Ho-nANAI'NIOX. I.- si r. THEFIGHT GOES ON Testimonyfor lbs Difenss of the Ac-^cosed It.rdtrr.rs. THEMUN WHO MET ALLEN What Professor Frank and Hla^Pupil Davis Say About the^Cobs- The) Prosecu^^tion Res's. tLTTL CUIi'i'.NT NOThb .ItilceKetywlea ^.f in*' federal C'lurt^rami' over from Helena yesterday. Ii.i' Kriogcr Vciicn will ijiyo a picnic^at tin- uuriit in. DM *i ^ K (n in HMIafa Amarriage license Was issued yester- May(^^ Edward Caddy and Minim- Pass^Pair j in.* 11. Thewife of John ll.uii|.^t..n of C ntcr-^viilc gave tiirili in it (lauyjMV ^ci^i^'ril'iy^iiflcmooti. J In* u.oihcr and child arc^datag aali, Noticeof location of Mm lluvana (piarti^It ili* mm llltd in iliu res-order's ^ ftice yes- tardarby LTiarl^ a. Krodoi. The ptaa^^arty la Minuted la iaa Camp (nek Mr mil'district. (it^ 1 it. I.. I'. AVvnian, ^li'|nily collector of^internal pyVvniii*. returned yesterday^fr^ in a law Mya* trip ihroii-u iho Mi^^aaaJadisput, whore he nun on it ^vi-rn*^iiH-iit 1 aslM Mi Mi^nr II ii nmi family of Walki lvilli-^returned in m a ITtp M n ^ Kastaeel park^TiiMtailaf sbiitiIms aflat aa alMaae*- of in^days. 'J bay war* neMMMSlM by lift si^C. Avi r II ami v^ ifc Therewas a slight accident at tin- (^ iir-^nnii ^-^ Kti-r.'av ufi^ rii'Miti a hki|^ ajlaaad^Mnl Pbll K aip. Jnaapb /.m-lo, Sim Cata^^aib anil Vi ililam Uanlsii wara ^aatLaa up, MlJOfii'iil111 111 m-n- li i'ily llljtlrcil. Aiitliniiyt.ailairluT an I 1'i-tr Fricl were^flllctl fIn ami rosls ^ aab in lh.' police^ctiiirt yt-^iciilav for shk.iiiIi anil hattcry on^Baaaja Laar* Put*aa^twriMac's .hhI u^in^^ajbaawa laa^aaaa Paddy Murphy was^Mad pH ami owls in i he police courtycu-^tt-rtlay. IwhSullivan ha I hit riirht inn^broken ri'iicftilay f-vening wh-li. praeticmif aaalaatllasT vVbsa la the art of dallvaai iii|ttin- sh-ii hw lnot aaaaajM cauuhi ti 11- iiir11 ylaabwatata trippiii MaiaAd he fell,hit whule wabjlll ^ ^tiiuiu on his arm.^eali^lii|: a hi ru ut Irai 11111 junt above his avaaWa ANew 4 ullip uty.^Hi in , Auc. H - Articled of incorpora^^tion of the Oaaa^alasaay company were fillil lo-ilay 111 the e.-Hilly elerk'n etllc. 'jin* eouipaiiy in aaaayaaww of Trunk d.^l.awlor. 1'iaiik \\ . Turner, A. 11. t.owil,^\V. I-'. Kaku-. sjsd W illiam ('. Ktaa^ Tm aarawof the upawaiaattoa e* in ^ my on^titt.inr.il raiaiaaji Millias aad sasrltiaa bnineK^; ulxi to eoiitruct for iiitftfiiiu tiaras*,raaaiae taaaala and liuihiinir Hum-h. aloiiir with (lealitiir in mimiiit^st M bs mnl real estate. I he capital slock^is m.:j^^,i^i -. .In uli .1 into 300,001 ibanw of^the Bar valti^ of ^a each. 1'he term nl^l-ststcuce of the eouipaiiy is f'mi il at JJ \i-.ir-.ami las baajsaasB will badaealav thetlrsi three sjsaatba by five trustees,^v/.: Traok tl. Lawtor, T. IV. 'turner.^Baltr; a. I). bouhLW, I . Kafcaa, Baatoa;^Mr, C, K iii:, Kpn4vyJtWkl. 'The bead-^aaaram of laii etaapaay ^ iii la- m Butte, I'l-.illAlf*Illy 111'li K, Aiil'. '- ^* To-morrow being the^clay sel apart for the consiileratioii of^prohste inatti-r-, fajdaa. Mi ll.itton will^ait in llepartineul I. of the ihstriet aaarl^mnl con- Idar the laltowaaj cases: KataMoi Jabn I i is, pelilioa for letters:^iico. W. Auilrews vs. ( iitheriue ti.iiivr^-y,^iiioiiou to diaaawai Laajaal Baaaf ys,^( uili. rule (^ iiivrey, m oiou to daaaaai|^tii-i rue llnatoru Vs. liusiave Miehaml,^itaaMlrrar; Firsl National hank of Halle^vs. .las. K. ihiyec, Jr., nmi l.-iuia itrown,^^ notion for a lies* trial; Uobert tini vs. i.li. t, rei^iue^, dayaaryar| ' i-. a. ktas liy vs. Unite A Huston Mining company, daatarrtr. Ilisi laaaal trsnsfrrs.^Itf i i k. An,'. '-^^ Th-' followiuit proi.-^rriy ^ xcliaiin. s v. ere tilcil for rcconl lo- iluv: M mi llali. si mil at al. la Mat T^i: . lianli i|- i. i iiitSirat is the^v i ilm i|iiaiti otii'yi 0,1 idvi -i n i.iii^ iullaaj 11. 111-11 liefl.sll Lis iitu i i .mil tu Ha- I. Itle ii^' is Waasl) I^-!. i iki M.I IH ton In I e \ in linen, tlm^south I'.l't el 'ol '., ill Ine, K .1 el III Wi-uiHiieMian,'.i.ei'iiti 111 aia 4araa ' v^ aaalaaa,^1. i ft it frieu Is in the Last know thai lasGreat Kartaara will aril raaad trip I'.eketsAugust JS-'illi, September 16th utul^^^^lh, lltMB St. Taul, Minneapolis, Diihnh^aed Waal Kaywrtar- In connection sun^^ a^iern lue-s at raatMad rat. s. I all at^i fllee, t^^t^ Maui street, tor particulars, to M. i. h ti i-, Weare retiring from the in. rcantile^busitn sM nmi otTsf one of the heat far*^iiishiiilt ami iir. K^^ Is holi es in Wallanr.^iilah^. t -r sin I. - |-a i i.i ulai s ait.lress BaUAIHia i us, W aiiaai. Iilaaa. t..rsail'. Aralooii an Ma.n nn el j new fixtures^ati'l a h'tMl h ase. Iiu|iiin- al Kooky Mouu- lulllB' tllltlat work'. 'ThankUnit, I am not.' TLIi party who^in nle this reply is a professor of eloott-^tinn in Portland, Ore , and it wve by acci^^dent that lie was discovered. Call Prof.^B. C. Frank. tinMai af.er (Va^ atl*aa Northern Pa^^cific railroad company will s'-ll i-xciirsiou^tiekeiH fri tn Untie to Caaaafl ^ ami ii-iurn. ilot u.n ^ aarnths, si eiuiny aallaN^'%^ I. All those desiring to make a trip^Bart sumM la Kb adtantaga of this rale,^Via the (.-real traiis-coutne-Mal route. a^ i i ^ nil train s ill leave Unite every^Htjnday for 1. ike W'lhler al |p^ iii. via the^Montana I cnual railway uml returaiag^l^ ave L iki- tVlldar ai It a. m. '1 Ins s|m cum nitea in addltlM t ^ lajikf ira:n^ until^turn, r n i i . Mink^ IB Ol the een iirate-l Atlil orit'lll.l Iill-all i.lor-i ii. uhI in luiure flnj^NBBwejMr ami i very Ikii liramleil ^1..^LilllB.^ All iil.irs nr. counterfeit, l^Llills, 3.1.i- Si ^ i.nil no inn . NewAork. tniokethe Irs in hand ajgdjg Ciuar. lirnr.,Aug. 2* -Work was resum^d in^the Penrose rase again to-day. The pros^^ecution lllnsheil Hi case, the dclinse^made its statement ami examined two^witnesses. 'The proceedings v.e e en^^livened by the MMyMVMI of a very MB tlTestillgprores .or of elocution, w:i'l tes^^tifies positively that ho is III original^author mid patentee of iln^ i x.ircisiou^^Thand Ci I, Tin not a poticemuu,^ and^that if atiylnidy else uses that expression^lie is itifri'igitig M his pitent. '1 he pro^^fessor wear-a three ply diaiuo-id, an 1 a^11 ply voice. 'The diamonds II ished so brigaliythat i yaiybady in the room be* eline aware of their presence, while the^pr. fi-ssor uUo hi his an- wrr. aaag spi-t-i*^m'lis of all the immiiiIii111.ti^ ami Hitler-^MMVoice at Ins eomilialld. He Ml^into a nil with A.toriii y llaldorll anil this^is what enlivened lh^ pri e 'eiliiigs to*ilay.^'The pr^ f 'ssor's testimony is corrob-^orati d Ky that of a pupil of his^to whom h.. was discoursing on^tile sill j el of the I eailth H of elocution. It^seems niai tie- professor was interrupted^ill his glowing pi roratioti hv the intrusion^of itic teuderioot from Helena, and an^^swered linn shortly ami harshly. The^cross-i x iminatioii elicit* d the facts thai^the witness had never lall.'lll florin o l ill^a university, as he had elaiui' d in Ins di^^rect examination, ami that he used to^know Mr. ll.iMi.rn hack in Tlnl idelpaia.^The professor mid his pupil claim that^that the conversation look plac al lh^^corner of Park ami Montana street*.while^Allen insists thai tile nieii tie a-t-ln ssnl^v as at the corner ol Montana and isaMM^alrceta. WHAT H ICKtY SAIU. riiiti.vvy ii.^ i.i mm ^' aai aaaaaaf tail l'.-iruse MMM 'Thearoseculion closed its case by the^i xamiiiatioti of Pint l,--vy, who said: '1am running Like Wilder. In May^and .Itine I was itinuihg a saloon at the^northeast corner id Main ami Broadway.^1 know Phil llickey. Dunne the early^part of June or lath r pari of May 1 had^Heine conversation with liiekey one Sun^^day afternoon. I was hark of the cigar^stand and In* came in to bay two cigars.^An article had appeared in the .Winimj^MrtMl that morning called ^^ 'Inppiriua.''^1 joshing!)' said IMI llie chippies secmeil^to have gone back on the Workinginen's^union. 1 read pu-tof the article to bMk-^aud he said thai the man that wrote thai isa i - of o b. Hegii' sse I it the first t me, didn't^lie'.'^ commented Mr. Cample.'!!. Thewitness went on well the conver^^sation and said that liiekey said some oneOllglll to kill tile H ol a ll -. 1 don't know*w hetlii-r tic was mad or not. He^ilnlii*t smile uuy. I remarked that 1^diitn't think it was worth while to get^mad aliotil it, that 1 aduureil Penrose tor^always saying what he thought. 'Then^llicl.ey sui-l, 'Mayer uuud, his lime li^short, I tliought he meant that the^newspaper wouldn't last much longer. Althe hydrant in front of the^saloon, some other time, I don't^reiin iiiImt when, there was cnu-^vcrsation ulioui mi article ttiat^had appeared tti llie IfiNiHg Journal that^morning. Itickcy made some remark^ngauiHi Meyaaa at thai line-, hut 1 ttaa't^remeiithcr i-xactly w hat u was. My baa]^ri'collectioti is that llickey was a little^angry and m.iiic some remark about Pen^^rose, bin 1 ^- hi li 111' i swear whether lie said^what 'Tom Water, says ho said or not.^Be M aatd tie iiili'iided going into busi-^MM ill BaMi t ny. Didllickey, as you recollect, say any^^thing as to what he would do to Penrose^Is foie lie left Hie cilyT'' This was ol J i-ieil in by the defense.^'The ol ji etioa was overruleil. 1don't rein ^lull' r bMJl saying he would^do anything in particular to Penrose. I^couldn't say whether he said he would fix^him or get even with him, 1 couldn't say^w-hii-h, hut it was one or the other. Be^said he would get even w ith the s^ ol a^h or that lie would tlx lln s- of a b -^tie fore lie left the town. I couldn't say^wince In' said. 'Then 1 asked him where^he was going mid he -aid he was going^into business at Boise Ti y. OnI'ro.ss.examiuatioti the witness said^the ht-st conversation took place on the^day tin' article headed ^I Inppiriua^ was^published, although he couldn't tell just^what day it was. 'The wntness saal lie^has never been a m 'lulu r oi a union, al^^though he is hoi opposed to unions.^ii^ spoke to llickey an..ul tills ut tit le^only in a j ish. He thought the remark of^llickey m rely meant that Hie pais r^would Ih^ misted up, ami had no thought^that ttMbey iiieaui any booilv bana to^Penrose. He was BOB live H.ckey did^not say he would kid Penrose while he^was there. We went into tho saloon,^leaving llickey standing there with the^rest. THE PROStl'U I'IDN R' sts. Attorney(siiipltcll I'iihiiIsbs lu linpi-srli^l.ei'd.ng Mltuesse*. Thei r Hecution then aiinoiinccd thai ithad closed its case. llllie court please,^ said Mr. ( ami-^bell, ^In fore gt It g into any defense I^desire to slate that it is Ml opinion ol^myself an I colleagn ^ that tl.e state aas^in ide no ease .i^.uiist iheso defeiidauts.^Hut our cite.its desire MM llie ttfrlaMa^shall he put in, and the whole defense. A^discharge al Itu* lime would not be sath-^faetory to Ihem or to llie general public.^Wit propose l.^ impeach the testimony of^Allen, Dan O DaaaalL of Mn. ttaMagay,^of Mrs. Perkins, of Foy, of W aters and^ot K ' Ida. And if we do, by^the iviili nee of witness. * who^stand above n proael , we w ul^liav.' cxiiost d one of the in -i d nuiial.!.^and fiutrageoiiH eoiis|iirae . s . n iho p u t oldi-teetlVes alld those iiiti-re .t.'|| w .tll them(hat was ever btaMbl into a court^of Justice. Wc are prt put'-u In abae tli il^w ittieis ^s were suhorm d by I be piom.se^of tnoiii y or reward, that ibe rase is a^UaaBU oi falsehoiHls, ami that lie- atiaaing^links hi the chain of ciri uiusiaitii.il BVI-^MMa w. re supplied hy sum-nil d wit^^nesses. We will show ili it tins last w it^i,' s. Toy. at the time Mil-;. v m said i.i^havo bevn seen by Ii.m, that he wa. m^stead in ii Mblte NMaMM w lu re |00 awes^pii -eiii. We wi.l beMMa Mrs. Meaaeaiy^ami ' how her testimony to he abtoiuteii^fals^. Mrs. Pi rkitis we propose |a m^p. at ii by Mm v. ry man aba h sajbl Mm^stuff hi her hou-e on thai very .late and^day, by a rc^pi ytabta MBit lad in in of il, s^town. John BtflM is the mm^w ho boagbl the goods and he ^ || miwaeb Mrs. Parkwa. Ag-nnst ua ad* Viceof my ellenls.l shall Hot ask that ||,..^d Ii -nlahis be ^liseh.irg sil,for I wain lb) ir^dial I la IBB to bs satisfactory to lb- ptiMie^We shall imiH-ach A.I. u hy two Witnesssa^abo sloppBcf on the i orm r of Montana^and I. in na stieeis. T.iey s'rr.1 ask d by^-V..i ii if he was a pel.e.-mall aua r^ phej, NOTA POLICEMAN. KloratiBBlatI'rsnk It. cues a MMM of His^Ixasrlrucs.^Prof. II. C. F'atik or Portland, Ore.i^said: ^1 nm IH years old. a resident of^Niw York city. I was in Butte on June^1*. teaching a class in elocution and voice^culture at llie business college. On tho^evening of that day I was ill company^with J. l. Davis, one of my pupils. We^were in front of o grocery store at the^corner of Park nmi Montana streets,^about minutes to 1- o'clock at night.^We remained there hill a lew nunulea.^A gentleman came up Montana street^ami -aid very ubruntiv, '.*ra you a police^^man'.^ 1 answered, 'No. I am not a po^^liceman, ihank Gad.' Ha begged pardon.^1 think, and laid lie was looking tor a Maetc a aartaia aaaje laal I don't re- m.lulu r, but 1 thin's 1 could iiiii.mber it^it I heard ii ^Vas il Kuliw.vrth'.' ' 1think it was. Mr. Davis and I had^been talking on Iho aul-j -ct of elm ulion.^Km Im antics. He was a luxti of m 'diuni^build and gray w hiskcis. I think tin re^was a faint light in the store 1 think 1^woii.d know this man if 1 saw him. Mr.Allen was brought int.. the court^room for ideiitiflcn'ioii. Isthat the man '.^' Tothe Im-hI of my Judgment thai is the^man who said, 'Are yon a polio-man ^'^uml I answered, 'Thank Cad, 1 am not.' Thatis all. A BRIGHT WITNtSS. Kximplsi f tlralery i.i^rn by I'rofrnor 1rank. Oncross-examination the witness said^he received a telegram signed Mnl) in^r gard to tins convi rsati in, and that ia^was brought him here. Whatcompensation d^you get^ TTielarge sum of ten dollars. Doyou c insider that a large comp^n-^sation'.^' Ido not Then why did you say under oath that^it wus a large sum'.^' Oh,it was merely a remark. By the^way, 1 think 1 havu met you before, Mr.^H-ihlorn. Where'.' InPhiladelphia. Yes,I remember you well, Mr. Frank.^When did you urrive in Butte^'' Inthe latter part of May. I began^teaching on June 3 Areyou fun liar with this locality on^Montana street^^ ^Yes. Haveyou met Peter Breenf Ihave. Didyou tell him this story V^^I did. Where were y .u and Mr. Davis thai night ' Wewen' walking about tho streets.^We walked up Mam Hlreei and then down^Mam street and dow n Park. We were^talking of elocution. It was usual for^me alter class to go to Morris' for ice^cream for a little refreshment. Wherewas your class^'' Attho business college. I have an^^swered that three times already. Youneed not get impertinent, Mr.^1-iatik. Thendon't nsk impertinent ques^^tions. Thisis not an elocution school.^^^It ought to be. 'Thewitness remembered where tho^telegraph pole was, and tie also remem^^bered having mi umbrella. Whatconnection is there between this^umbrella uml the telegraph poh- ^'' Directconnection, sir, ^ said the pro^^fessor of elocution, J.imping up with the^air of an orator aln.ui to make a great Int.^^lh re is the telegraph pole und here ia^the umbrella. 1 placed the umbrella up^^MM the telegraph pole. That is direct^connection, is u not^ ' Iam not a witness mid shall not an^^swer tin- question,^ said Mr. Iluldorn. i'h- w itness sai.l he was uevcr al the^corner ol Gaa M and Montana streets^until the day after the murder of Penrose.^He was surf it vm the corner of Park^and Montana where the conversation took^place. I he witness thought be got to the^Southern hotel about li minutes before 1-'^o'chH'k, Whendid you leave ButteT^^^(June bs. Hidyou know that a coroner's inquest^was going on ^''^^I did not. Don'tyou read the newspapers^ Verylittle. 'There ia so much reading^to he done in the colleges ami universi^^ties that 1 can't look at the news|tapers. Doy-'u swear positively and urn ipnvo-^Baity that it was Allen w ho spoke lo you^thai night^ ' Thewitness put on his most tragic^vo ce, sent a sweceping glance around^the court room and ^ locutt-d, ^'To the^best of my knowledge mid belief, yes. Winchdirection did Mr. Allen come^from ^ Hecame up Montana street. Whichthi-iciion did Davis go when he^lefi you V Icouldn't say whetlcr ho went out^Park strict or out Montana street. VVereyoiiaceoinpuuyillg hilll MMtT*' Va.Wa ware out for a sti-oii. I have aireuly testified to that. Well,don i he so touchy about what^you have n stilled to, or wlial you^haven't.' 1don't want lo consume so much^tine'.'' Youneedn't h i that worry you. There^is a court li re that will fudge when a^^ liiesuoii is MBBaaMafjr, It is not your^business.^ Mr. Frank subsided. Whatkind of a voice was it Mat ad-^dre-sed you thai night, usking il you were^a policeman '.' Icannot say. Familiar as 1 am with^voices ami voice etiituie, I have to hear a^roMM Several times in order to reiueni-^bay it. Dims not your business In voice cul^^ture lead you to rone nib r voices mid pay^more attention lo roMM than other^^wise ^ ' No,sir, except to my pupils. I paid no^BltoUtlon to llns man's voice, In cause I^had no particular rca-oii for tMHIIlllll^nig it. Thewitness said he never heard of^Penrose until the .lay aller the niii'der,^and had never heard of the .Moon i ./..^,-.^mi/, lie was asked his addreaa in N w^York city, and s ml it was 37.1 West Nine^^teenth street, hul he bad not lived there^lor si v, ral years. Milredo y hi eluitii your resilience'.'^Where do MM vote '.^' Ido not vole. I am nm aiolittci in.^lh ink t. nil ' Tinwitness gave his address in B 'lena,^St Paul, t ;u ago and oilier nl.ice, in winchhe had u. He ss.d he Iravi lei frOMplace to place teaching elocution^and vocal culture in colleges, academics^and school-. MAbituOF ARTS.^\t here Ills Tn lessor -mirnl Ilia Tli|^--^Miiin-r M H.nor^The professor was on the stand again^at the uftcrnoon session uml tin i raMs^rMMlMMM was resumed. Mr. Breen^^r Mr. ( uiiipIh'II or someone else n.i -hi^have told llun that Allen was in town.^^MM his arrival Tin s lay, but he could^nol say far certain. He had talked with^these uicti, but he could nol say w hut lemthoftimehe had talked. He aald^that he did nol bare a false beard 03 the^night of the murder, and d.d not wear^wluskurs. Since he had been Here be bad^been in Breen'a company about three^tliius, hut not talking about the caae.^They talked about the buildings and^ahoii 1 liuite. The w itness made h volun^^tary statement to Breen, but was asked^no questions ahoui it by lireen. Whydo you remember all ubo-.ii this^ine d nt. the verbatim conversation, etc.,^when you had no particular interest in^the main r, and yet can't remember con^^versations that have taken place within^three days on a matter that you came to^Blllle to testify Oil ^'' Iam sure 1 cannot toll. 'Jhe witness mentioned the sister ili-^rei ir -s of llie n.irocliiul school, Mr. and^Mis. RiM and Mr, and Mrs. West as per^^sons to whom he had mentioned the inci^^dent. Whatuniversities ti.iv.-you taught elo^^cution 111^ -o-, 1 couldn't loll them all. Well,mention one. 1 hat will tell.^ And 111 - witness arose^poll p.nisiy and banned Mr. llaldoru n^printed list of testimonials uboul ^Amcr-^le 1' greatest elocutionist. 1bars n an tin* over.^ said Mr. Ha'-^dorn, ^.Hid I agaiu nsk you what uuiver-^aitv ^oii I uve ever taught in ^'* Well, college! and academies then. Halyou i v r teach in a university^ No,I never did. Hulyou wear an overcoat that night ^''^^1 wort* a chinchilla overcoat.^^^Did you make utiy memorandum oi^the ii or is used V^^^No, s r. Howlong have you been teaching viiilture and elocution^'' St years and over. IaMMM of your testimonials you are^rehired to as ^ limy Fran*-, A. M.^Bo- * that mean Master of Arts^ Yes,conferrod upon me by tho Christ^^ian Hroihers, two yeurs ago 111 their large^col'- ge at Memphis, Tenn. Yhi were never accused of having any^brogue or foreign aeeeiil^'' N-i,sir. Didyou ever hike any course in this^MMM which conferred onyou the degree^of inasier of arts^ Thiswas objected to. Mr. Baldwin^said he desired to Hud out whether these^degrees were earned by merit or not.^It Wat decided that the witness should^answer. 1took no course. I taught in the col^^lege as an elocutionist and the degree was^conferrod on 1110 as an honor. 'Thewitness said ho ha I not soon Mr.^Allen from that night until to-day. Some^one in Mr. Campliell's olllce had told iiim^what Allen bad tcitillod to oil Wednes^^day morning. alwaysTHANKFUL. TheProfessor I'rolussi 111 Ills Thanki to^I'rovIdelivs. Therefollowed a half hour of close^questioning by Mr. llaldorll. after which^the witness remarked that sometimes pa^^tience ceases to bu a vinue. Y'ouare not a lawyer, are you, Mr.^Frank^ No,thank God, I'm not^'* Y'oualso thank G jd that you are not a^poh- * man^ Y'es,I thank God several times every^day for things that other people ought to^thank h 111 for. Firthe purpose of testing his mem^^ory, Mr. llaldoru asked the witness his^recollect ton of what lie had stated under^oath this morning as to what was the dis^^tance Alien was uway when ho uaw him^that night. Ithink it was 10 or 12 or 15 feet. Thisquestion is asked for the purpose^of testing your memory. Mymemory is uli right. Y'ouhave a good memory T (^li,yes, 1 remember well jtltt when I^saw you some years ago. Aseries of questions followed as to the^clothing worn hv Mr. Allen when the wit^^ness saw him. At last tho witness got out^of patience ami exclaimed: Oh.Mr. llaldoru, 1 didu't examine the^pan is I Isuppose you feet relieved after that^little speechT '^^No, I might feel relieved.^^^BowT ItI could see Peter Kratns. Whois Peter Krnms^'' -orPhiladelphia. Y'ouare getting funny, aren't youT Ilm.htu. Thequestioning continued and the^witness adopted the plan of answering^questions when the question was only^hair out. Iknow sli.it you were going to ask. Areyou n mind reader as well as an^elocutionist ^'' Isthere no protection in Montana for^a wmiessT'' uski d the witness. Onredirect examination tho witness^was asked how long ago it was since he^saw Mr. llaldorll. Soul--tifteeii years ago. Andyou hud ttot seen him again until^to-day ^ ' Yes. Whatwere tho circumstances tbat led^you to n member him so closely^ 1don't know 01 any particular cir-^cumstaticea. Onrecrns ^ 'Humiliation the witness^was asked why he was wearing such a^heavy ov rco.it that night and answered^because 11 wus cool. PROFESSORFRANK'S PUPIL. lisTells About Hasina A lieu on Ihs Might^of *^ one 9. J.L. Davis was next called. Be said:^^My name is John Davis. 1 am _T years^old. 1 know Harry C. Frank. I saw him^on June it last mid was in his company^that 1 veiling until about 15 minutes of 1.'^o'chH'k. It wns ul ibe MUilhcast corner^of Park und Molilalia streets. Wo were^engaged in convi rsuiion. I live^in South Washington struct. Whi.e^we were talking an elderly man^came around the corner and usked if^cither of in was a policeman. 1 have^seen that man before but nol until this^morning. 1 saw him 111 the hall below. 1^would know him again. Mr.Allen wus c ill. d lint was not in Un^^building. All otllccr was sent ufier him.^Th-* witness c ntinueii: 1am a blacksmith help'r nt the Kuttc^11 -din l.uli works. In llns eonvi rs itiou,^I ceuld not say which ilircciii :i tins^man came from. He* asked, 'are you a^policeman,' mid Prob smr Frank n p! ed,^'1 am Ml a 1 ol com 1:1, Ihank God.' 'The^man seemed hurl and said, '1 didn't^lilt-all anything hy It. 1 wanted a p 1 e -^man, 1 am a stranger and want t i tind^a parly named K irleelh.' The professor^said In- too was a sira'ner and asked 1110^if I knew such a per-oil. 1 said 1 did hot.^The man tin 11 e lit on. I saw no on.'^else III that V cillity. 1 llllllk tin re was a^light ill tile BtOre, I lit lllll Hot positive. I^did not see that loan again Mill this^morning, m the hall. Nobody p unted^him out to llie. 1 1,.,,1 nothing 111 my hand^that night. I wore a ^olt hat of a brow n^color. I had tm b aril oil my face, and^no moustache. I In- proft nsor was ' r , d^in dark clothes with a brown overcoat.^Be had uli umbieI a in Ins hand. CHOSS-IX A MiN AT ION^Mr, Davis ltlioii.ll | .(Mil as M* .Man^Who IMM t^ I rank Therro s-cxattiiuation of Mr. Davis^began th n.^^How long hav.- you lived licrc ^^^^Alsnit II Bsoutba.91 ^Wheredo ^ . 11 I,v.- ^ InSouth \\ a-lnngton street. Atthis mono nt Mr. Allen wa. brought iand was identified by the witnes as the^man he saw in Montana street. Mr.^Allen complained that all his money bad^BBM eaten up in this case and be said^the state would have to keep him if be^had to slay hen- any hmg-r. Thewitness continued that be was a^pupil of the Comni rcial college in Unite. Iwas in the coiu-gu that evening. Our^exercises concluded ah nit 9:31 or 10^o'clock. The professor ami I walked up^tn tho post office. aud from tber*-^went over to win r 1 Murmy A^Gillispie's hospital. Then we went back^to Maui street, uml down to Park and^0111 Park street to Molilalia. We stopped^right ut the corner. I stood very near^the telegiaph post. The professor didn't^want to go any further with me aud so^we slopped there Wo were talking^about i-locution. W - were there not over^three or four minutes when this man^came up. When we separated Mr. Frank^went cast 011 Park street und 1 went^south on Montana street. 'Thewitness said he mentioned tho^next i veiling to th^ professor about this^incident, us huvn-g happened nut^a great while beioro the murder.^^1 Hunk,^ mi-.I the wiliH-st, ^tho next^evening after Mr. Allen's lestim Uly was^published; he Ml sp ike of ttio inci^^dent and ine old in in having come up to^them. The professor axMUaMd having^read about it. T he conversation led me^to think that he had read about the in^^quest. Mr. Anderson, who worsts at thu^Bulte foundry, wss one of those present^during the conversation, Mrs. K c ^ was^al-o present. Thewitness said he does not have time^to Med tho papcis, and had not seen^much about the case. Be spoke to Oscar^1-1 lis at the shop ah nit ibis matter. This^was after the present examination began.^Uu told the tolks where he boarded about^11 also. The witness was ptiHitive u^was on the corner of Park and Molilalia^streets, and not 011 the corner or Mon^^tana and Galena streets, that tho man^A I.t-ii spoke to IM Allen wore dark^clothes, but lie loulil not see just what^color they were or what style. 'There wna^u light in the I tack part of the store. The^witness said he did not remember the^111.mo of the man Allen inquired for un^^til ho saw it iu the paper the other day.^That recalled it to his mind. Be thought^the name was Karteeih or Kartelb or^something like that. Toewitness said he did nol aee anyone^from the time he left the corner of Park^and Montana streets until he rcacho.l^borne. Be did not see three men at ihe^corner of BaMM uml Monluna streets,^lie did not hear any pistol shots. Be d.d^not hear the clock strike 1J that night uml^didn't knew where be was then. Be^thought he left the corner of Park and^Molilalia streets about .'. milillles before^T.' o'clock. He llrst heard of the murder^about 9 o'clock the next morning. Theeuse was then utljjurned unt 1^Monday morning at It) o'clock. JudgeItsllsy's t-ixprrlsare. PKNiiLKrox,Ore., Jan. 12.^Having Eull'ered with my kidneys, I was^induced to Iry the OKKGON KIDNKY^TEA, which relieved 1110 in u short lime.^1 lake pleasure In recommending it to^the public as a safe remedy for kulncy^dilliculties.QwoMf W, Baii.kv, CMMMJuuge of I omnia. Wisdom'sViolet 4'reuiu^Is tho most exquisite preparation in the^world for softening mid whitening tin-^hands and face. It ia not only a substi^^tute for, but in every rcsiicct superior lo^glycerine, cold cieaiu, vaseline and like^yrcparalioiis. Try it. Mrs.^^. .'.( row ley. Christian Scientist^receives patients ut 114 Tlust Mercury^street. Hours lo to Hi a. 111., iltol p, m.^Consultation free. \fAGUIRE'S .OPERA HOUSP 1,1BUTTE. MONT. ^f JOHNMAGUIBK.. .. 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LAhtifcti (incident ^.h tai.mki:Vic- (Jimnil T..M. hi mi. ...sst aslm-r ataacroM. F.a. 1 argry.clins. II. Palmer, li.-n.\V Sui*^too,rl. V. Kemper, T.M Hod ins.A. II. Panel, tieuf.l.avcll,4-. F. Tooth, k.ii. |mv^5 CharlesSullivan, Scavenger AllOrders l'iniiiptly Attended to, PROPRIETORODORLESS PUMP Itestoenco306 South Idaho StrceL^T. O. L'ox fJMJaButts, Mont EUROPEANSPECIALIST 1 Dr.C.SCHLJ LTZ Overthe Red Boot and Shoe Store, No. 36 North^Main btreet, Butte. Between Park and Broadway. He.Schcxtx warrants a curs of every eai*^lie undertakes Ilia wonderful new rumedy It^lite only certain sad |ieruiansut cure In sunn^diseases, beiiiemuer, h^ ph.it and blood dli-^eases enreu without the use or mercury, and,^vital power restored by bis new remedy. FrMAl.KWrAKN'hss Symptoms of whlnh^are pains in in* hnek and pains with burning^ten (alien on Ui^ top of Ihs lirad. with tnueoua^discharge and a general fecllnx of lsnxuar^nervoiisucsf and depression, speedily Cured by^Dr. srliultx's new i eine.lv hYK- Ail hflecpont of iiis eys skillfully sal^trienutlcaily Ueated. tATAKKll, Throat, lungand ull blood^diseases, wiu.il aro^(leeuuy and peiin v^1 enlly i ured by my^new system or ^lie^I siiillun^ of com. I..una medicated^MM Ai alarm |s Ihs^fereruuuer of deaf-^Uest and consump^^tion. Bach should bs^r-iomptly sitcndi-d^le helotd it is too Ma toiisultaUonbos iIchsrga. Cansetcf nrrvo.it ^^ UHly, siislnn from^ycmhlul indltrrrtioii.^ niatnrs yeari indother eauset i^isluc.ui: oervousliets,, tinjl^atselfahuse, leiniiial weal-ness. MM ^'sses.^sexual debility, lest ol Sexual |s.wcr.Tllood dJJ-^erdria and ambition, tv. rslon lo eoelety. mel^anibiuv. indige-tion. eonsnpatlon. blntelies.^EaisMllroeati to marrlace, etc.. leaduix to ton-^*n/ngot ti'* eraan and iioanlt)-sll curabls^CMM warranted tn oire in a very short lune.^He, i in canei In a lew uays. t barges low. as-^rccialiy to ilia io^r. .^* No matter wliat you navs taken or whi bat^failed to cure you. .... Donot trutl your cste to any sreelallst who^t.st not ina.ie a personal exam natlon of your^human system, otnirwlio you will us disap^i ointed by failure ot ucalmeul. U a does no;^ti.ske you worse. READTHIS TWICE. Fullyone-elglitti of Ihs sum total o( human^ruttVruig it caused by venereal excel tel. ills-^easet and their results. ihewonderful New ltrme/ly It the best and^surest cf all medicines for restoring ttreugth.^uinbi'iuii and vigor In those who suffer Irom all^private, chronic and nervous diseases, such as^blond and skin diseases, typbllli. scrofulas, fa-^Miiis. rr^ sine las, salt rheum, peinphlun. psoria^^sis, etc., and all Impurities Of Ibe blood canting^^ millions, punples, blotches, tailing out of liis^hair, etc I'KIVATF.DISEASF.b.^Gonorrhoea, gleet, stricture, kidney and Madder^troubles, cystlstt, and all sad ellectsof youthful^lollies and excesses, which so unttx men lor busi^^ness or pleasure. litewonderful success of this new remedy de^^pend* upun tbe fact that It supphet sn element^ahii-U Is tound wanting ul the blood ot weak man. rxI t^u;^ B.w|i| visit Anaconda and lis ve offices nt the Delmonlco llotsl UTS*LICDlg 06 VyO, i Iiiii sday aud Friday, June lull and 12th, from is. in. to^nn. in oub , and tame dates monthly allerwards Missoula the 13lh sn-l lllll, tiraiute the IH'i^iiilit n tli. l'hilipsbiiiKtlu' 17th sud letli, Deer Lodgo tu^ Mb, DUlou the .-Dili aud 21sl and Uclsas^Ihe 1st W lue UU ol every iiionlu. Drs,Liebig ^ Go.'s World Dispensary,^Butte City Surgical Institute, ibeLargest Chronic Disease, 0t^pen*.tnr and Manufactory it^Deformity Appliance* lu Montana. CornerMAIN and I^ROADWAY. Butte City. Montana. l'rtvateEntrance, s Hat*, ltro.ulw.iy.^All tonnt cf venereal dltenws, letiiinat weakness, vancecelj ntceessfnlly treated by new medl-^rators wivitig urinii-in-.- ihs ftieinin-li. vithce* are i|tuet. \i u need mil tie nay ons hut Uisi4^i^dis'tor himself, t ousu!tali^ii |h-rsniially or hy Idler nee. tdiiliUeuttil hooks in men evpiaiutut^v i \ tl i ^ s..ii is caiinel be lured ol tun.not weakness sud private MM PMts tyiitnlUi, vare^oiele. etc., tent bee. jai_i oasultll :; physicians forall lornit of ncrvout and vencieai liiiesset. 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