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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 16 April 1902

SILVER OW COINTY'S TAX -.:i Er TI, A A fftCiSE TIS arxr ir..Lt.BI EVY MAYRAISE THIS YEAR County Assessor Brown and 12 deputies are working on the tax roll of the city and county. They began work on the first Monday in March and will conclude their labors the first of July. At the latter date the tax roll of the city and county will be handed to County 'Clerk Weston, and after that the county commissloners will sit as a board of !equalisation for the purpose of hearing and settling objections to valuations. Chief Deputy Assessor Harris was in terviewed today concerning the work of making up the roll, County Assessor Brown being out of town, and he stated that it was impossible to estimate the tax valuation of the county and city property from the little work that has been done so far. The city tax roll last year was $19,134, 305. The county tax roll was $39,324,300. Whether the rolls thle year will reach up to those figures cannot now be told. County Commissioner Clark said he be lie...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 16 April 1902

WosmAd *h A- ii dl* c·fSFjy ( PRIZE-FIGHT IN CHURCH ", New York. April 1G.--Two hun 4 dred sporting non of Newark * "t have attended a Ildnight prize- 4. 4d fight in a building ro,rmerly used .? St at ca hurch at KinCgslandi near 4 Arlington, N. J. * 4 By the dim light of three lamps * 4 "Joe" iBatemanl pouiledO "Johllnny" ' O McDevitt to the verge of Iisen 4 slblllty and won the pur'se of 4 $1.000. 4 The "tilp" was itreulatted among 4 only theo pick of the ,4sporting ,' fraternity. There was soltme good thilgs at Melm phis, Aqueduct, Lake Shil, ati <aklind a yesterday and the loil pool room.s ilf fered, for th tal tent pIre'ssed their moni1ey to the wiinniers pretty mtuch iuesil th, board. "CiHsy" Lofltus with his good home'. sense and bettitng sagacity got a chunk of the bookies' monoey on The Forum at Oakland. T'hrough a mistake The Fo rum crime in 4 to 1 at the track, and 8 to P was poIsted]. Seeing a. good thing Loftvus got down $50 at those prices. There was ai general I'ru...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 16 April 1902

Tf ,tI11R MOUNTAINI'S ANACONDA DlPAlRTMNT HAD A BOAT RIDE CHIE MENTRUIM SAILED ACIROSS TEE DAKOTA PRAIRIES. RATHER PECULIAR SENSATION During His Visit East He Visited Many Fire Departments and Was Guest of Many Chiefs With Whom He Has a Wide Acquaintance. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, April 16.-Chief "Bob" Men trum of the Anaconda fire department has returned from a several weeks' trip to Chicago and other Eastern cities. On his return trip, Chief Mentrum was un fortunate enough 'to be caught in the water blockade of the Northern Pacific railroad in Dakota, and he was for tunate enough to get a boat ride over what will be in a few weeks a irairie covered with waving grass and g:azin, cattle. "It causes a very peculiar sensation," said the chief this morning. :to e rid ing in a boat over - i cl ve been ages ago a la has been within the mem sly a slight depression i ting surface of the country. "You are dead sure its something the ticket doesn't call for and if you are in no ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 16 April 1902

EMTJMM[WMDý On6 P STORIES ýý MONTANAPROSPECTS ANlb MlIiNES AND MININ6G CAMPS PRODUCERS --_ -==-t=~-t --- _-- NUGGLIS O GOLD RICH STRIKE SAID TO HAVE BEEN MADE IN OREGON. PURE COPPER ALSO FOUND Toseph Smith Had a Leather Sack Full of Specimens of the Yellow and Red Metal. To find a Klondik" It is not nIccssiit'ary to go to the north pole and dlcIve ill gilacli'rs centluies old, I r strike out for South Africa and Rivet utnder the e'qun tor, or cross the Paciflic toc Korea, or bore a hole through the south pole, for right here at home oii thlie SnSike. rilvier and in the Eastern (Oregon district are as great riches as Mother Ecirth ever threw out to her searching suns, isays the Baker City Dlmocrat. The news of the rich stlike emadle on the Snake river' wais l rouIght to Finkcer City Tuesday night by Joeisplh Smlrith, the veteran hproslpector anlldl miini r', land what he had to say and the nuggets he exhibited created intense exe tlernnt among a few who had an opportunity to talk wit...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 17 April 1902

SB.. UTTE IN TER . MOUN TAFJL i..N VOL. XXII. NO. 24 BUTTE, MONTANA. THURSDAYEVENIG, APRIL 1, 1902 PRICE FIVE CETS LIX LANKRY IS CHARiED WITH LARCE[NY OLAIM¶ED THAT HZ TOOK HORSE OFF THE RANGE AT ELLISTON TO HIS RANCH. STATE'S TESTIMONY ALL IN Brother of the Accused Will Also Be Tried for Guilty Knowledge of Same Trial-Will Be Expen eive Affair. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Deer Lodge, April 17.-Felix Landry, the Lewis and Clarke county stockman who is charged with having stolen a mare from the range near Elliston last fall, is on trial and It is moving along slowly in the district court here. It was begun on Tuesday morning and it took two days to present the state's testimony. This morning tile de fense began and the defendant was placed on the stand in his own behalf. It is claimed by the state that Landry took up a stray which afterwards proved to belong to Warren Smelset, and drove it from near Elliston to his ranch In Lewis & Clark county and there put his brand upon it. L...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 17 April 1902

MOOS TRIACHERY UNIThD WTATUS sOLD5r21 WAS MURDE3ED BY TEE[. MADE DEMAND FOR SURRENDER Colonel Baldwin in Oommand of Large Force Sent After the Dattos Who Refuse to Deliver Up the Men. (By Associated Press ) Washington, "April 17.-The following cablegram from Gleneral Chaffee, dated at Manila, was made public at the war department yesterday: "With reference to my telegram of the 23d ult., reporting the attack by Moros and reeonnaisance under hFory emith, March 11, and a soldier of the Twenty-seventh regiment, U. S. A., murdered by Moros in the vicinity of Parang Parang, March 30, two soldiers of the Twenty-seventh regiment of United States Infantry, having one gun. were approached with a semblance friendship by six Morom near Malahang. "The rifle was seized, one s,ldier killed and the other severely wroundehd, but escaped. The murder was without prov ocation or jtItlfieation in any way. 'lThe murdererk are known and a detnand has been made for their surrender. Thum far the dattos ref...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 17 April 1902

Meataua'slargst OrceryApril 17 Parched Farinose Parched *'arinose Is made from the best amber wheat. All the val uable properties of the wheat-the gluten, phosphates and nitrates, so essential for the proper nutrition of the bones, muscles and nerves, a:e carefully retained. It makes a delicious and delicate breakfast food and is just tne arti cle needed by those who find oat meal too heating. Easily, prepared; directions on each package. -Parched Fnarnlose, 2-1b pkg. 15e or two packages .................25r Fresh Fish Express shipments will he arriv Ing today from the East and West always a fine assortment to select from. Potatoes Flrst-class potatoes, per 100...$1.75 Extra fancy potatoes, per 100 $2.25 Canned Vegetables It's seldom we can offer you a good article in corn or pc-as or string beans at the price of 10e per can. A special purchase allows us to make this price on a real good ar ticle in these lipes-don't believe we can do It again-sample lt each open for inspection. Fin...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 17 April 1902

AILY INTER MOUNTAIN MI Issued avery Eoening, xoxept Uunda7. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING CO. Addreu all mail to Inter Mountain Publishing company. 26 West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Official Paper of Silver row County and Oity of Butte. I SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per year, by mail, In advance......$7.50 BD carrier, per month................ .75 THUTRSDAY, APRIL 17, 1902. The bird of peace is fluttering close to the Dutch gables of Pritorla. She shiuld find a permanent abiding place. It was a happy thought of Inventor Patrick McDonald to select Chicago as the place for the building of his airship In which to search out the north Ipole. As a basis for the reqcluisite wind t'hi nago is just the spot. Notewithstandin lg the war, tilere do.is not Ilappcar to be aicylthing a:ilrlchlll'ing a money stringency in Ecngatrncl. Not only was the new lon. n of $175,ih)0,400 scob scricedi In one cilty at the lciank iof I'ngland, but it was ten tillc'rs over-sulb scrib'ed, which represents a lot of mlcni...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 17 April 1902

STHB PIAPNOLI Does It bring enough pleasUre in return to warrant the investment? The pianols will enable every owner of a piano to play upon his piano whenever he desires. Not only this, but every member of the family can also play upon it, not one or two pieces, but practically every composition ever written for the piano. Did you ever itop to consider how much pleasure there Ls stored up in your piano, then count the number of times In a month it is used? It is worth thinking about. The planola sup plies the deficiency. It makes no difference if you do not know one note from another. Price $250.00 May be bought on installments. Visitors welcome. Montana Music Co. 119 N. Main Street Lagest Line of Sportinq Goods I. the City. See Our Window Store Open Evenings Till i O'clock For News and Cigars, Montana Book Co. W. H. KLEIN, Manager Corner Park end Academy Streets Base Ball Goods Masks and Mitts Balls and Bats Very Cheap. Complete Line. We have a few of those Wall Maps at $1.00, pri...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 17 April 1902

LOOKS LIKE:OARK PLOTTING ~Ir.l here ITO RUIN AN INNOCENT MAN -1 ItT Theft What appears to be one of the most remarkable c'ases of alttempting i) So1nd a manl to the penitentiary on perJlured testimony has been reporlc l d In this city, and If true, it will noI doubt res'ult in the authorities making It rathhir Inter e'1ting for the one thatt hattl,'ld the plot, John Pattiul, anl Assyrianl, who has beel conducting a litt tie store at No. 4(,1 :Est Mercury street, is the man aL(,ii(4se(d of having made the attelllpt, antd Johni E. Walters Is the vctinm. Janunry 1.5 Paul reported ito the o lice department thlit during the Icpr'v ious night bIurglairs had llented (1 is storic and rlcbbed himn iof $1.it;.c0 in .corltnciates of deposit and aish, c whhich ihe had hoarded In an old trunk upstalis. Paul Ipretendll4d to hIntcll 1his loss. Circumstantial Evidence. A siiiIit hole in the rear ,ocr If tho' store gave "pelor to the story., a it i\tns supposcd the biurglar or Ilurrglc:r"s hatd cut ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 17 April 1902

STREIT RAILWAY OfflCf C IS ..~1I ý'r,"j SiT00KING UPl WITH TICK[TS Busy preparations are being made i.. Ithe office of the street railway company, where the new stock of tickets for the summer travel in Butte is being laid in. The public is probably .uaware of the fact that the street car company ac cepts other than the nickel fare in ex change for rides. There are no less than ten kinds of tickets issued by the company, any one of which insures the holder to a ride to the terminus of the line. A Variety of Passes. Prhese include the passes for the carriers of the three daily papers, a ,fA. A Bunch of Street Car Tckets Selected Jrom the New Spring Stock. special mail carrier's ticket, a student's ticket, a 10-cent ticket, a 5-cent ticket, an employe's pass, a compllmentary ticket and a special complimentary ticket. About one-tenth of the Butte street railway traffic is represented by the holders of the several tickets. The rest pay cash. All Tickets Don't Look Alike. Each ticket is ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 17 April 1902

EI %.O.-OF I ItI~PH Wlith the ticker working from four tracks--Actqueduct. Lake Side, \emnlphis and O)akland-the Butte followers of the "ponies" have for several days been jumping about trying to follow the "dope" and change of betting. At Acqueduct, Lake Side and Mein phis the holrs's ian pretty conslstent yesterdlay, and those who followed the favorlites won. It was dlfferilnt, however, at Oakland. Brutal, a strong favorite in tile seciontd race, was never heard of. M.Namara in the first beltting was 1, to I ;anll backed down to 8 to 1, won. T'here w\\s little phly on him. Glendenning was i stumbing 1lig block for malny of the plhlyi''rs. MI Ihtll was also a surliprise and Straggler win ning frouin Plan, was hteart di.cuise. q*5I Terre Haute, Inl., April 17.-Prof. J.1. P. Kihnlmell, physical instructor ait the In (liana State Nuormal school, has I...ni tatally injured by beilng struck on tile head with the 16-poundi hamnnmer alith which C'alptlai Ii itheru of the triluk t amU was ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 17 April 1902

T INTERll MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA DEPARTMENi GOING TO IDAHO UVVER.AL ANACONDA PEOPLE ABE READY TO LEAVE. READY FOR THUNOER MOUNTAIN Now Boute Proposed From Anaconda to Salmon City--4aid to Be the Shortest and Best Way to Go. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, April 17.-The exodus from Anaconda to the Thunder Mountain mining region of Idaho is about to be gin. The warm weather of the past few days has spurred into action those who contemplate taking the trip and who hope to make their fortunes in what promises to become one of the greatest mining camps on earth. Some of the wealth-seekers nave their preparations well under way, and it Is only a matter of a few days until they will strike out for the new gold flekls. Among the various routes spoken of, it has been concluded that the most feasi ble of all 's the onet direct from Ana conda to Salmon City. Route Outlined. Leaving Anaconda the road follows up Mill creek canyon for a distance of about 10 miles: it then turns to the youth a...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 17 April 1902

MONTANA 11 Ii LMLNES AND MINI'NG TRiES OF I S fA I tIPOTS MARKL[ WAS QUIJI BUYERS HAVE BEEN RESTING UP A BIT. DEMAND ABROAD IS STRONG Price of the Red Metal Consideled Too Low by Those in Position to Know-Rise Sure to Come. The copper mnirket Ir'minillIdrI (Iltet' with no la'g.e llloulll of nlw hlslinai' reporte]d i rllring thei week Just endedtl, says the toslton FinilnlCill News. The qul(it of the Imlarket for colppel, r i.s r ticularly notlhruallo wvht1 ciontrll j'l iod with the activity in other I'brachee, but the explnnntlon of this Iles In tliii fait thlat mlanufacturers who were hiea\vy buyers of the metal after the tuiiiih ill price fromn 17 c·ente havne not is yet Ire entered the ma lrk't IIi any ldegree. The statistlc:tI po.itlon of the iim,|l ii stlrOllng a:!ld, moreover, In cxpc.ted to im prove. The Ihru'ca' of exlpirtH of cop. per dulillg the Ill'rst uiall'rtrl' of the year speik volUlec for tlhe illllrOVi('ir iea ofi the demanid niroid, United tlalte, ex ports during J...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 18 April 1902

BUT OE INTEt MOUNTAIN. VOL, XXII. NO, 25 BUTTE. TOiTANIA. PRIDAY' iVENIG, APRIL 18, 1902. PRICE ý"9 CENT BANOMANN, TUi FAMOUS ACTOR, WILL L[AV[ TIE STAO[ FOREVER E IS TO APPEAR AT MAGUIRE'S GRAND FOE THE LAST TIME MiONDAY. BENEFIT OF BUTTE SOCIETY Explains the Unfortunate Occurrence Which Prevented the Presentation of the Corsican Brothers-Says That His Support Were a Lot of Green Ones Scraped Up Around Chicago on Short Notice. Daniel lBandmann, the femus actor, will appear in a public performance next Monday for the last time. On that occasion he will take the lead ing role in a program at Maguire's Grand for the benefit of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Mr. Bandinann declares he will then retire to the Bitter Itoot ranch and plant potatoes. The great actor has been seriously considering retirement from the stage for some time and the unpleasant turn of affairs that took place last evening, when a portion of his company refused to take part in the performance...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 18 April 1902

PASS A NW LAW gutii A a *'ON OON GonasIONAL ACTIOn. FOREIGNERS RIGHTS DEFINED New Measure xplioitly Deolares the Position of Domioiled and Transit Residence-Must Not Mix in Public Affairs. (Correspondence of Associated Press.) Caracas, Venezuela, March 18.-The new law defining the duties and rights of foreigners who may be found within the territory of Vot.ezueln, has just been submitted to congress by Presi dent Castro. In substance it is as fol lows: Foreigners shall enjoy the same civil rights as Venezuelans, as determined by the constitution of the republic. They shall be considered as being dbmiciled or in transit. All who have resided within the ter ritory voluntarily and uninterruptedly for upwards of two years without a dip lomatic character or for purposes of trade or other industry, provided they have a permanently established home, although they may even be invested with a consular character. All who possess real estate within the territory of the republic or have estab l...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 18 April 1902

Muataum's la st Orocery,April i1 Parched Farinose Parched Farinose is made from the best amber wheat. All the val uable properties of the wheat-the gluten, phosphates and nitrates, so essential for the proper nutrition of the bones, muscles aqd nerves, are carefully retained. It makes a delicious and delicate breakfast food and Is just the arti cle needed by those who find oat meal too heating. Easily prepared; directions on each package. Parched Farniose, 2-lb pkg. 15c or two packages .................25c Fresh Fish Express shipments will be arriv ing today from the East and West always a fine assortment to select from. Potatoes First-class potatoes, per 100...81.75 Extra fancy potatoes, per 100 $2.25 Canned Vegetables It's seldom we can offer you a good article in corn or peas or string beans at the price of lOc per can. A special purchase allows us to make this price on a real good ar ticle in these lines-don't believe we can do it again-sample of each open for inspection. Fine s...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 18 April 1902

DAILY INTER MOUNTAIN Issued Every Evening. Ezoept Blnday. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING CO. Address all mail to Inter Mountain Publishing company. 26 West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Official Paper of Silver 'ow County and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per year, by mail, in advance...$...7.60 13Y carrier, per month................ .75 FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1902. The only hope for Mr. Bryan ix In placing himself at the head of the ping pongers. The chief trouble ,-ilh the nlrshilp as a commeri al pr~oposition will Ili Its cost. ihe automobile will il a wheel barrow in expense compatedl with it. Accorning to the arlithltlIt of Mr. Loud of California, ('nuhi has diretily and Indirectly lost the ('tIited ;:tates a billion dollars. taint let us count the mnoney till it begins coming our (Vas. To the .Mont inl brewers asse~mblrld in Butte, the Intet' Mountain lifts t a fortming beaker and t eross the samiii bidls them hall and genlutheit. They did well to come to Itutte to form their state ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 18 April 1902

THE. PIANeLR Does it bring enough pleasure ip return to warrant the investment? The pianols will enable every owner of a piano to play upon his piano whenever he desires. Not only this, but every member of the family can also play upon it, not one or two pieces, but practically every composition ever written for the piano. Did you ever stop to consider how much pleasure there is stored up. in your piano, then count the number of times in a month it is used? It is worth thinking about. The pianola sup plies the deficiency. It makes no difference if you do not know one note from another. Price $250.00 May be bought on installments. Visitors welcome. Montana Music Co. 119 N. Main Street Lagest Lips of Sportinq Goods In the City, See Our Window Store Open Evenings Till i O'clock For News and Cigars, MontanaBookCo. W. H. KLEIN, Manager Corner Park and Academy Streets Base Ball Goods Masks and Mitts Balls and Bats Very Cheap. Complete Line. We have a few of those Wall Maps at $1.00, print...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 18 April 1902

AR[ MILLIONS IN IT KONTANA TI ER LIKE 80 MANY I4 L LARS. MEN WHO MAY GET 'RICH Z. E. Hopkins Says Lumber Business in the State Offers Big Chances of Fortune-Actor Band mann In It. "Ther'le ie not n ttiek of timber sltand Ing iln Montana today that will not he worth three doilaers within five years." Much was the encouraging propheey of J. B. Hopkins who returned yesterday from an extended trip through the Ecstet for the purpose of e tecortaening the prospects for the sale of Montane lumber in which he ie largely interested. "The man who owns timber land in Montana today need not he afreel," he added. "lumber ie like 11ve-doller gold gileec'a "Throughout Michigan t lteel Wisconsin I noetitee that the lumber is fast disap pearing and the deulentt is t meaevelouse " Bandmann's Prospects. Daniel ftlndmelt 'ate In the lobby of the hotel as Mr. Hopkins made this pointed renmurk tecln( recognizing in the Iumler ane e n old friee %I1'. lIaned mnnn shoutrel: "Well, that s''tle's lhe actor hu...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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