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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 11 January 1902

MEWN Il ALLL SON3 ALLEN tAST!'f MOU_ oD HIE story of Masonry commences with the story of Montana. The two are inseparably interwoven. Legend, fairly well authenticated, has it that in the reign of Bandit Plum mer, robber chieftain, and at thq same time practically territorial sheriff, it was about a little band of Masons in Virginia City and Bannack that the good men of those terrible days rallied and formed the famous vigilatte society-an organ ization which in a few months extermi nated Plummer and his men, hanging half a hundred of them in as many days. Because of this circumstance, small wonder it is that the order Is held. in high esteem in this state of its early sal vation or that it has grown great in numbers and strong in its prestige. Masonry is entering upon its thirty sixth year in Montana. It has a total of 54 chartered lodges with a membership of 3325 menrllers in cluding among them many of the state's most distinguished clt!z ns. A glance over the records of t!he orde...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 11 January 1902

fl+ SI) ti4$ T was thought that when the holidays were over society would creep into its shell for a rest, but instead of that it seems to be gayer than ever. Two large dancing parties, a couple of luncheons and several card parties, be sides one or two formal dinners, have taken place this week. The beautiful spring weather seems to have had a hand in adding to the gaie ties and in encouraging people toward so cial enjoyment by taking away the re strictions of cold weather. Sleighing is gone, except on the flat and at other out of-town points. The warm weather pre vents skating from being as good as last week, but has hardly neen warm enough to induce a visit to Columbia Gardens. Whist Club Entertained. Mrs. J. H. Gilbert of Utah avenue en tertained the A. 3. C. Whist club on Tuesday afternoon. The first prize was won by Mrs. R. Williams, a beautiful haviland chop plate, Mrs. J. H. Gilbert winning the second prize, a very pretty fruit dish. Sumptuous refreshments were served, and a...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 11 January 1902

STATE SOCIETY Mirj~ruka. (Ipeesal to nter Moantain.) MtIsoula, Jan. 2t.-The principal event is Missoala soclety this week was the marriage Wednesday of George BrlgM and Miss Annie Beckwith, two. ."y prominent members of business Ando04 al circles of the Garden Clfr. The bride is the third daughter of rMr. Charles E. beckwith. The ceremony took place at the residence of the bride's brother-in law, C. H. McLeod, Rev. W. C. Weed of the Church of the Holy Spirit officilating. The residence was beautifully decor ated with chrysanthemums, carnations and American beauty roses, combined with evergreen festoons. 'Harry E. Chaney and Miss Sadie Beck with attended the couple through the ceremony. The bride was gowned in cream crepe de chene trimmed with exquisite heavy applique. A dinner followed the ceremony, 30 be ing seated at table. Mr. and Mrs. Briggs will visit St. L uls and other cities of the East for the next two weeks, following which they will take up' their residence in South Misso...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 11 January 1902

m Lw 7 *'S .~ :" LI~( ~Opu V 5 A~9iNA.f. :SOW P1 ~ ý r '·:: .. ' 1· i.ýr~dL y ..· kW,6 4' Al lr I T, t If Y4.. yf "I'Hu" f ý r ý ý. ý~f~~~~i~. s :' Rough Goods Will Be the Vogue- Novel Effects in Camels' Hair and French Novelties-=Chiffon Velvet, Velveteen, Medallion and Rus sian Patterns Carry Out Schemes of Combination and Elaboration. T II rough goods of the a inmol's hair, vi\ouna, and even approa'il lng iou..i, cla.ss, are goih'g( to he very much liked and w\vOir this sHea no, epeillly by it morel' stylish sit(.'rhes camnll 's-hair el'fc''ts have vtiarious ,ilirced groundllls, ov\ir which are drawn or brushedi ill a iap or il!e of contrasting clur. A silky, ,ervice abhill and eleg( nt n laterial is thus forl o d not at all hi'avy, as the 'cloth itself' 1 uns illy lightly \vvitn. Many niovel sut'r'ip iln net eI'ffecl s llappeal'r in these caillt's-hair goodsil. Next to the 'llel's hair hI the woulhn falbrihs ar.e baslket w'tauv,.. 'T'hese Iare in full-weighllt goodtls, solmetilm...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 11 January 1902

-· 71~ +--I" M11071* a a ý Y N Nrý ý}J } vý +1, Y Jý 4 ": ··V 1 ý) "' . ý, s '1; % " D ILLON, Jan. 11.-4n all probability there is no other country in the state where so many cattle are fed for beef each winter as there are In Beaverhead, and this county leads all others both in the quality of the beef pro duced and the price which it brings when it is ready for the shambles. The industry is a young one as yet, scarcely 10 years old, but it has already taken a prominent part among the lead ing industries of the county. There is no grain fed beef to be had in this sec tion, as in the Eastern states, but it Is all fattened on the native grasses, and the flesh, "marbled" like the finest of the corn-fed product, makes a brave showing when on the block, and it is un equited both for juiceness and tender ness. The Big Hole basin is the leading sec tion of Southern Montana in the indus try, and the largest number of cattle is annually fed in that section. The indus try is not confined to t...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 11 January 1902

Mines and Mining. LARGI LUMP OF G(OLD IT WAS FOUND IN ALDER GULCH A FEW DAYS AGO. IS VALUED AT ABOUT $1400 Particulars of the Find Not Given Out by the Lucky Finder-The Nugget Melted Into a Brick in . Helena. A gold nugget that weighed 82.48 ounces, Troy weight, was melted at the United States assay office today, says the Helena Herald. It was the largest piece of virgin gold ever recelved at the local assay oflice of the goverl''nment anll probably one of the ll'argest Iug ,Its over found In the world. Its exact value had not been estimnated at a late hour this afternoon, but the exprtsl at the unsay office said It would be ihout $1400. The nugget was brought to tit,' assay office by Thomas Itaymond, who in formed Assayer B. H. Tatoln that he had taken It out of diggings in Alder gulch. lie says he found It at a bId rock. Bankers Tried to Buy It. The nlugget was several in h.s in di ameter. An effort was rn le, by ia local bank to buy it for exhibition purl'pses, but an agreement c...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 13 January 1902

SUTTE ER MOUNTA4.A .BiUTTh. 1MONITANA, Meltdi T NING. JANUARY 13, 1902. ?RICB FIVE CENTS PEACEFUL AT . LAME DEER UXCITEI3ENT IS NOW OVUE AND INDIANS ARE QUINT. STORY OF BLOODY TRAGEDY Bad Indian After Killing a Polioenian Induces His Family to Oommit Suicide and Then Kills Himself. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Miles City, Jan. 18.-Nearly a week ago rumors of trouble among the Cheyennes at their Lame Deer agency reached here, and it was reported that Major Clifford, the agent of the Northern .Cheyennes, had called upon the officer in command at Fort Keogh for assist ance. This request had been forwarded to headquarters at St. Paul for orders and instructions. It Ls now ascertained that these re ports were based on the fact that there really has been trouble and excitement at Lame Deer, and that Troop F, Second Unwtod Mtaates gavalrv, La now on Its way to the agency to allay the excite ment and if necessary to quall disturb. ance. The story of the trouble is that an Indian named White...

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. — 13 January 1902

BANQUET I rMARCONI WIULBhS INVE TOR QUEST OP ' X1ONO AT 1BW YTORK DINNER:1 ON HIS WAY TO EUROPE He Bays That He Will at Onoe Pre pare Stations for the Transmission of Commercial Business Across the Atlantic. (ly Associated Press.) New York, Jan. 13.-Signor Mlarconl. Inventor of the wireless telegraphh, has arrived here from Canada, where he has been the guest of the dlomlinion govern pnent. Tonight he will be the guest of honor at the annual banquet of the American Institute of Electrical En gineers. On Wednesday he will sail for Europe. Signor Marconi described his recent experiments in wireless telegraplhy be tween Newfoundland and C'orI nwn!l, England, and said the tes.t lette's were received exactly according to pre arranged plans, both as to nlumber andi speed. "As coon as I reach the other slde." he said, "[ shall start to work to get stations In readiness for the transmid slon of mescages, commln cial and other wise, across the Atlantic. "There will be two stallons on each si...

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. — 13 January 1902

MeataPts loui tf WW V Ja. 13 Dried Fruit ..Bargains When buying fresh fruits you want the best. The same rule should ap ply more so to evaporated fruit, as it takes Ave pounds of fresh fruit to make one pound of evaporated fruit. Our prices cannot be dupll cated for the same qualities. Apricots Extra Fancy f3right Royal Apri cots, 25-polund box, full weight, $3.25; pound .................. IB Apples Choice Evaporated Apples, 50 pound box, $5.50; 25-pound box, $2.75; pound .............. I12C Fancy Evaporated Apples, 30-pound box. $5.75; 25-pound box, $3.00; pound ........ ........ ...... 14 Peaches Extra Fancy Large Peaches, 50 pound box, $4.00; 25-pound box, $2.25; pound ......... .......i3.C Pears Extra Fancy Halved Pears, 25 pound box, $2.60; pound.... i2 C Prunes The right kind makes a delicious dessert. Our French Prunes are so sweet they need little, if any sugar. The numbers show the size as 40 to 50-means the number to the pound. Fancy French Prunes Size. 25-lb. Box. Pound. ...

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. — 13 January 1902

DAILY INTR MOUNTAIN tIaued Every Evealnlng, Except Sunday INTER MOUN TAIN PUBLISHINO CO. Address all mail to Inter Mountasn Publishing company. M. A. BERGER, Manager. 2S West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Omclal Paper of Slilver Dow 'County and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per year, by mall, in advance...... 7.5 By carrier, per month.......... ... . MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 1t02 YESTERDAY'S MASS MEETINO. Fnturila3y ;ev:'ning the Inter M1olnll laln hinted that the mnss meeting called to meet Sunday afternoonn at the Aunditorium might take an enter talnlng turn and that the time spent in attending the anthering would not he wasted if di\version was the enil sought by those who went.. 'rThe haraueter iof the pIroceerilnLs amply tsust .in iitl this paper's prredlitionn . I'oir Intieni:y ltli variety the fun of the oi itlason s4utlllliss ' antything of th" kind the rleent history of Butte has known. If there iwtis any monofltony It was b nus.I ' thie l ' tini'; ran t to pti rsto n ]..iin...

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. — 13 January 1902

THE PIANOLA The Pianolt is on exhibition at our store, No. 119 North Main street, and visitors are always welcome. The merely curious as well as in ,tending purchases are cordial y in vited to call and examine and hear this wonderful instrument play the piano. Sold oq small monthly payments when oo desired. MONTANA MUSIC CO., 119 N. Main St. BLANK BOOKS OCflfi SUPPLIES Big eut on all Fancy Goods and Picture Frames Montana Book Co. W. H,. KLEIN, Managcr 200 N. Main St.. Butte, 'Phone 294 NVew 2llank Boo~s For j.etw Year Ledgers, Journals Day Books, Diaries Files and Filing Cases Typewriter Supplies of all kinds Office Supplies at Che.apet Pricer EVANS' BOOK STORE 114 N. Plain St. Parochial School Books New Century Typewriters Supplies and Repairs Blank Books of Every Kind CALKINS' BOOK STORE 31-37 North Main St. GAS For Light For Heat for Cooking Best Cheapest Easiest Controlled GAS. O fTlCt 202 N. Main Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Through line from Denver to Kansas City, St...

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. — 13 January 1902

4PROBATE BUSINESS S.DGE M'OLEINAN MAKES OR IDNRS IN DIFFERENT ESTATES. F - ATHER ASKS GUARDIANSHIP i$llingwood Have Interest in 05000 In snrance Policy - Mother Cited to Show Cause-Fleming Estate Contains Money. This was Judge McClernan's probate day and he had considerable business connected with dead men's estates to transact as usual. There is a five thousand dollar life in surance policy in the Equitable Life In surance company in the estate and guardianship matter just Instituted in the court In behalf of three children named Osgood II. Elllngwooud, Columbia G. Ellingwood and Charles Ellingwool, Junior, and the father of tile minors has petitioned the court to make him the guardian of the latter. Judge McClel'nan made an order re quiring the father to cite the mother, Mrs. Gertrude E.. Ellingwood, into court on January 23 tr, show cause why the petitioner should not he appointed guar dian of the estate and persons of the nllnors. May Sell Mining Claim. In the estate of Stephen ...

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. — 13 January 1902

INTER MOUNTAN'S DEPARTMeNT OF SPORT INTERIOR BUTTE OYMNASIUM Tom Dundon so easily defeated Arthur Wallace and Fred Dessau in the mile re lay race at the Holland rink yesterday afternoon that 'there was hardly any sport in the event for the spectators. There were fully 600 persons at the rink to watch the match, and though the time was slow the racing was enjoyed. There will be races at the rink each week during the cold weather. *. President Charles H. Lane has received a telegram from A. G. Horn of Ogden, asking if Butte would agree to join the Inter Mountain league at this time. The telegram states that acceptable rates have been secured at last, and an effort is now being made to reform this dis banded Inter Mountain organization. The telegram comes too late, as was stated in President Lane's reply. The president announced that Butte and Helena were in the Pacific Northwest League, and would remain there. The work of securing the remaining subscriptions to stock that must be got ...

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. — 13 January 1902

DENYINi A NEW TRIAL SUPREME COURT HANDS DOWN SOME DECISIONS. THE BRITANNIA MINING CASE Findings of Lower Court for Defendant Affirmed-Weed Case Settled-Butte Butchering Co. and Downey Cases Passed Upon. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Helena, Jan. 13.-The supreme court this morning issued an order denyling the motions for a new itO NO in the at:r.e of P. A. Largey against Lee Mantlei and William Owsley, In the liilgttlui, over the Britannia mining claim. t The lower court decided the case in favor of the defendant, Mantle, and the findings are affirmed. The court, in its order denying the motion for a new trial, says: "This action was commenced by plaintiff t against the defendant to recover the sum c of $15,000 alleged to have been received by defendant for the use and brneflt of a the plaintiff, for that certain mining 0 claim called the Biritannia and held in the s name of the defendant was common a property of the plaintiff and the defelnd- v ant and was sold by defendant for the t...

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. — 13 January 1902

Aneconda News. RESIGNS POSITION POPULAR ANACONLA DRY GOODS MAN SEEKS NEW WIELD. ENTERS BUSINESS IN OMAHA D. J. O'Donahoe Made Many Friends in Anaconda, All of Whom Regret to See Him Go-All Wish Him success. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Jan. 13.-D. J. O'I)onahoe, who for five years has been manager and buyer for the dry goods department of the Copper City Commercial company, has resigned and will return to Omaha. He will leave at once, preparatory to taking up his residence in Omaha, where he becomes the senior member of the O'Donahoe-Redmond company, which Will operate in conection with, the W. R. Bennett department stores, and com mence business on March 1 next. Mr. O'Donahoe has been in the employ of the Copper City for the past five years. During that time he has officiated as manager and buyer for the dry goods, cloak and suit, millinery, women's and boys' clothing departments. He also had charge of the advertising department. ,Mr. O'Donahoe was intensely popular with ...

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. — 13 January 1902

Mines and Mining. A FORTUNATE SLIDE CROBB VEIN OF RICH ORE DIS CLOSED BY FALLING ROCK. MICHIGANDERS FOR LUCK They Have in the Empire Mine a Prop erty From Which They Will Doubtless Derive a Vast Sum of Money. A cave-in at the Empire mine near Maryrville recen, tly disclosedc i a cross-vetln of rich ore in the old workings oni the Whipporwill vein, says the liele.na IIer aid. This new shoot is from 18 to fO inches wide and assays $10 In gold and 37 ounces In silver. It is a cross-v\clin (corin Ing into the Whipporwill wvin from Ihe north and was found just abtove the lcevel of the Whipporwill tunnel, which taups the vein at a depth of 500 fIt. The Whipporwill was thei originiil strike in the Empire mine which Nate Vestel discovered and fronm which the rich ore in the early history of the min, was taken. The vein was from 4 to 12 feet wide, but the rich ore was mined out from the tunnel level to the surfacec, it distance of 500 feet, leaving many thou sand tons of low-grade ore rangin...

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. — 14 January 1902

X. rtOxHE 2(BUTTENSEJR MOUNTAIN. VOL, XXI. NO 259 BUTTE. MONTANA, TUBSbDAY.VENING. JANUARY 14, 1932. PRICE FIVE CET BUY TIIEIR OWN MEDALS STATIMENT OF DIR0CTOR O1 BUFIALO UEPOBITION. GOLD TOKENS NOT GIVEN AWAY O04y a Few American Artists Have Complained, and They Were In experienced in Exposi tion Affairs. (By Associated Press.) New York, Jan. 14.-The management of the art exhibit of the Pan-American exposition having been severely criticised both to Europe and America on account of the awards, the director general of fine arts has made the following state mnent: "We have been attacked because we put upon our ciroulars a request for a *eply before January 1 in ease persons wrote us saying that they desired their diplomas, and theclalm is made that the early date prevented European artists from sending in their names. "The date of Jadusry I was put on the circulars to hurry the replies so that we could get the diplomas sent off to the eight addresses. If replies came as late as Febru...

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. — 14 January 1902

EUROPEAN CANALS EBIS SYNDICATZ SEBURE CON T2OL OF WATERWAY. RUN BY ELECTRICAL ENERGY Will Land Goods at English Inland Towns-Now Merely a Question of Securing the Consent of the British Parliament. (By Associated Press.) London, Jun. 14.-One of the most Im portant of American commercial enter prises in Europe has just culminated here. It consists in the securing of all water routes for American cargoes for grain and other commodities from iniand ports in the United States to inland ports 1i Europe and embraces the purchase by American capital of several British and other canals. Frank W. Hawley, vice-president of the Erie Canal Traction cnmpany, has been on this side several months quietly securing concessions for the operation of European canals by electricity. The Erie concern today secured control of about I000 miles of canals in England and on the continent. As a result car goes will shortly be shipped on the camne bill of lading from Duluth. Minnesota, to Brussels, Ghent and Co...

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. — 14 January 1902

Moatana's largest Grocery, Jan. 14 Cash Buying. There are two savings in cash buying. Besides the big saving in 'price you have the additioral say inng that comes through paying for everything as you get it. One never spends as much when buying for cash as when buying on credit. You will never realise tha saving of cash buying until you try it. It's the modern way of doing business and this in the modern store where it is done. SUGAR 17 pounds ........ ..............$1.00 SWEET CORN Thelma brand Maine Sweet Corn is the finest ever offered in this market. If we asked 25e a can for it you would not complain about the quality. Try it and s -i how big a bargain we are offerinz you. Thelma brand Sweet Corn. Case, $2.75; dozen, $1.40; can.....12%e Fine, Standard Corn. Can', $2.25; dozen. $1.15; can................1Oc EARLY JUNE PEAS Early June Peas, fine sifted. Case ...... ........ ..........$3.00 Sweet Early June Peas. Case. $2.75; can ............ ......12%c TOMATOES Tomatoes, Richelle...

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. — 14 January 1902

DAILY INTER MOUNTAIN =eaned Every Evenlpg, Except Sunday. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING CO. Address all mail to Inter Mountain Publiesing company. M. A. BERGER, Manager. 26 West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Omdal Paper of Sliver Dow County and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION R ATES. Per year, by mail, In advance......875 By carrier, per month.............. .1 TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1002. TWO VIEWS OF THE LAW. From the exciting mass meeting Run day afternoon to the session of the city council tomorrow evening is only a short step in the march of events connected with the row between the county at torney and chief of police. It is ex perted that the controversy between these two officials will be transferred t. the council meeting, and that the fur will fly when that body convenes tno. the order of business is reached under which the suspension of the four police mhn may be properly called up. It goes without saying that Wednnesday even ing's council meeting will be a hot one. Both sides of the...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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