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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 21 April 1902

BUTTE INTER MOUNTAIN. XXII. NO. BUTT. ONTANA. AY NIN G APRIL 21, 1902. P. ,E FIVE CENTS WAY FROM" rlm TO N[W YORK ARRY DEWINDT MIAKEB HIS WAY, ACROhs SNOW AND ICE OP SIBEBlA. COLD SAID TO BE INTENSE Members of the Expedition Report Having a Terrible Experiment Were Still Two Thousand Miles From Bering Straits. London, April 21.-Letters were re ceived here today from Harry De Windt, leader of the expedition which is at tempting to make its way overland from Paris to New York, dated Verkhoyansk, East Africa, at the end of February. In spite of the forebodings of the of ficials at Yakutsk, who strongly urged Mr. DeWindt not to continue his jour ney, saying the conditions were worse this year than ever, the expedition reached Verhoyansk, 600 miles north of Yakutsk, February 28. The members of the expedition had a terrible experience while crossing the Verkhoyanek mountains. The cold was intense, 63 degrees below zero being reg Istered. All the travelers were frostbitten. Otherwise they ...

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. — 21 April 1902

W[ DRIFT APART BI HOP POTTER TO TEE STUDENTS OF YALE. MODERN LIFE IS CHANGING Everything Is Becoming Artificial Mind as Well as Industrial Pursuits Being Over capitalized. (By Assoclated Press.) New York, April 21.--lishop Ilenry C. Potter of New York, during a simple ad dress In Bethel chapel, says a New Ilaven, Conn., dispatch, told the stu dents of Yale that modern life has lost the sympathy of a few generations ago to its infinite detriment, viewed from a point of humanitaranism. Atificiality has come into control, not only in commercial interests he said, but hns invaded the artistic interests and seems likely to become a substitute in philanthropic endeavors for the synm pathetic and close Interests that were ennobling In the old-fashioned charity. Almost in all our commercial pursuits and even in many artistic plurIsultl, hi said, tend today In a different direction. We ire in dainger not only of over capitalizing money, but of capitaNlizing nmind; alo so at last thinking wil...

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. — 21 April 1902

Meotaua's larst tQrcry, April 21 Absolutely fresh Eggs 20c Per Dozen " W. ark Phone 68 ~ ~~~~~~z~~ Un~ U~ I~U ~~ MONTANA UNDERTAKING COMPANY Funeral Directors Expert Embalmers THOS. LAVELL, Prop. Thos. Sullivan, Mgr. Phone 85. 12s E. Park, Butte The Chatelaine Bag Is as necessary to a woman's outfit as hat and gloves, according to fashion's dictates this spring. We are showing a very large line, ranging in price from $10.00 to as low as $1.00. The long slim satchel bag is six inches long. and three Ilches deep, for hand carrying, is very popular. These are as low as one dol'ar and up to $3.50. Regular chatelaine belt bags from $10.00 to as low as $2.00. Black and brown leathers pre vail, with silver, gun metal and copper trimmings. Burnside and oxidized copper trimmed, large size. fine seal, belt chatelaine bag, $10.00. JEWELER LEYS OPTICIAN Owsley Block, Butte. I YOUR Wall Paper can possi bly be cleaned to advantage we'll tell you so; and if it can, we'll do the work well and cheap...

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. — 21 April 1902

DAILY INTER MOUNTAIN Issued *very Ivenlns. lzoept sunday. 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. BUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per year, by mail, in advance......$7.50 By carrier, per month............. .75 MONDAY. APRII 21, 1902. If the Chinaman shows a d.isposition to get too amidgamalgamous, we can try the new Indian order iof a hair-cut on him. I.awlsuits flied agai'nst Miss Stone will teacih her that bleilng captlurd and heldi In bon(dage by Buigariin brigandsI is, after' all, a cinch. Already is 't. Louis railing itself the t "''orld's Fair c('ily," whihh, in view of ipostiponllenrenits, is draw i lg the long 1ow P with a vengeance. New looks have ' beent piied on ithe lty blking oif North laltnimore. Ohio. litit it Is a city like St. Iliruls IiIh t ought to hailve new and impllroved locks on it I city building. The teis i of thou.an.ds of lhilillgran...

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. — 21 April 1902

THE PIANOLR 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 stop to consider how much pleasure there la 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 In the City, See Our Window Store Open Evenings Till a a O'clock For News and Cigars, Montana Book Co. W. H. KLEIN, Manager Corner Park and Academy Streets Newest Out For society correspondence. New shapes, new tints, double fold pa per. These papers are what the ladies have ...

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. — 21 April 1902

WHY MONTANA BREWERSQ 0 fet .M ikless I INTO A BUSINESS COMBINE Because the brewers of Montana are tired of equipping and controlling the saloons of the state as well as losing thousands of dollars on the Irresponsi ble persons who are going into the liquor business, they formqtd the Montana State Hrewers' Association. Speaking of the benefits to be derived by the trade thlough the formation of the new asso.latton one of the breoera said last night: "There has been an 'ext'aorldi~Inary and ruinous comlpetliton going on IPtweetn the various brewterlea of the state, all with out any ,ffeet, and it was to put a stop to this that we organized the State BJrewt ers' Assoliatlon. "W'e have been starting nmen In host ness and taking (chin .s on their hon esty, juslt to get thenm to sell our ier, and the tresult has been that th'ere are twice as nulany ntlooll imn uis are nPees Salty and Wie o nltl derive any bncillt front it. "Staking" Saloon Men. "If n inaln vwants to go ilto lusiness in li...

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. — 21 April 1902

BUTTE JEWISH IRESIDENTS -":""'neF-rith .Iut. t BUY SYNAOGUE CHURCH With the payment of $926 today the German Lutheran church in Silver street, rear Dakota street, passed into the pos sesslon of the Congregational Adath Israel. Within a few months more than $1,000 will be spent on the property in improvemen i making it the first syna gogue in Butte and, it Is believed, the finest in Montana. Some time ago a part payment was made on the property to bind the bar gain. Then the representative Jews of Epgtte began collecting money for the next payment, that of today. In this work Joseph Weinberg, B. Banks, I. Simon, H. Auerbach and B. Kopald have been active. They have succeeded in raising the money and have promises of sufficient funds to carry out the plan of improvements. The total cost of the property is $1,825 and the $1,000 neces sary to complete the purchase will be easily obtained. Improvements Planned. Extensive improvements are planned on the old church. It will be raised sever...

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. — 21 April 1902

Q A AA L' "V L J l l\ 1 L%.l o £T& V V All r * There eta. lii'ily .cra.pping y.1(st'Iday at tho ,'ari'y l'a1l: ce, thtough it unas all on 'hth boxinig ortlder tld al little lamo for the regulalrs \ho t.alnted stiffer \wor'k. 'The f'turtl of tIhe' entertainnllllltlll V;s the a'identtal k nockdtown of .J.i 1ws O'1alley (OKay, thei referee. (I Kay, who Is a first-clasts refor', iH working every secon I and idosn't allow ant3y 1io longet l clliehillg. Y'ltt'rl l.y, in the four 'murd go bet\;'cn Young (r"'n and Lohman, (O'Kay wet I t i.rotlgh oni a break 1int ,'ti a illtl i sloi w ini turnin g out. LIohman rea'lhld a riglid right hooik fr (lrien, whic'h lightlll the rofztr tIiluar ely Oil the jaw ttii sentt hin down for' half the count. It was tihe ,th h. l sIow fo'i the gi1tng, and I.ohman W;:a a big . worit' froml that on. 'iThe bout iwut'n I,ohmalltln and] (1,.1n wenllt to a dlraw, \thtl ich di(mn rlltl, t .he ref(reeT'I liu irn. e, ;is 'et ry on' t i x pTlkted himt tou d.tein aga...

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. — 21 April 1902

TUEN ETT! "MOUNTAI N'S ANACO INDA I 1RT1Mt1K1 RUN AGAINSI SNAO BOARD OF EDUCATION REJEOTED HIGH SCHOOL BIDS. ALL OF THEM WERE TOO HIGH Exceeded the Forty-five Thousand Limit-Oonference With Contrac tors and Architects - Hope to Adjust Trouble. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, April 21.-At the session of the board of education held last Satur day night the bids submitted by a half dozen contracts of the proposed high school building were opened and re:ad but every one of them were rejected on the grounds of being too high. It had been previously stipulated that a sum not to exceed $45,000 was to be used in the erection of the building and providing for the furnishings. All Of the bids submitted exceeded this sulu consideradbly and the board, there fore, was obliged to turn them all down and call (or new ones. The building committee, consisting of Messrs. Jones, Kelly and Cox, will meet the several contractors and Architect Kern tonight with a view of making some *modiflcations ...

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. — 21 April 1902

NEWS N MSTORIES OF M ONTAN A IPROSPECTS O AN. CAMPS PRODUCERS CORA HAS RELAPSI VEIN ASB PETERED AND THE MINERB LAID OFF. DNLY A STREAK AT BOTTOM Shaft Is Being Deepened Under Con tract-No Une Can Determine Whether There Is Any thing Below. One of the most rei.n:kaKlll]e entise of ore body peto'ring that has ever been((i known in ti he Iutute district has just come to light in this city, tile vein, or what was supposed toi b i a vli!ll, nar rowing to nothing frolt wlhat was coin sidered ti fair width. The Ipropeirty in whishl thie p,'terinlng oc curred is the CorIt, wowi by F. A uguls tus iHeinze and citted in tithe nortilt'in Ipart of the ldistrilct. 'iThe sthaft on thel Cora was sunk to ai dlthlit of 900! fIet an1l a body of ore sltru k it\\thin 30 fTst o,' the shaft. The viii \wasn lllgd to ibe live sets wile' at thatl point. A crew of mell Wa put to woik in it .,I1 nat Ihl same time( sinking was resun lrll with the intention of atclthing ths body 10t feet deeper. WVhten thte 1,0(...

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. — 22 April 1902

UTTE NTEMOUNTAIN. VOL. XXII. NO. 28 BUTTE, MONTANA. TUESDAY')VENING, APRIL 22, 1902. :E FIVE CENTS . . . . . miaimaue mt tN ! i i d H N H lI l • I i lII i| • Il --J: , eil im f m niil wirt's ORGIVEN[SS CAME TOO LATE TO SAVE RUSSELL'S LIfr MAN WHO COMMITTED SUICIDE HAD WEARIED OF WAITING FO" WORMS) OF OHER, WITH A PRAYER BOOK IN HAND Father Writes Regrets and Advice to Ris Children, Reads the Psalms and Then Hurls Himself Into the Un known-Had Been a Christian and a Trusted and Respected Employe. Had Fred A. Russell stayed self destruction a few hours he would have received the long-looked for letter from his wife and family in Scotland, and he would have been alive today instead of his body reposing on a marble slab in the morgue. The letter which he looked for from his wife not only contained words of.rebuke, forgiveness and sympathy, but contained a forelgn postal order for £2. Russell was found dead in his room at the home of John R. Blue, No. 1307 Jef ferson street, at 6 o'clock...

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. — 22 April 1902

.S NATE COMMITTff 35ZA EINING WITNHS88 O0N THE PHILIPPIN - QUESTION. REFER TO THE WATER CURE Lieutenant Grover Flint Says That the Cure Is Not Brutal or Inhuman -Small Villages Were Burned. (By Associated Press.) Washington, April 22.--Te senate com mittee on the Philippines yesterday re sumed the examination of witnesses In the investigation of affairs In the Phil Ippines. Grover Flint of Cambridge, Mass., who served as flrst lieutenant in the Thirty-fifth volunteer infantry, tes tified that early in May, 1900, he had been a witness to the watercure as administered to the natives by the Mac abebe scouts and that this was done to get information as to the whereaibtouts of their guns. The guns were delivered.. The follow ing day somne netI of his own rIegimentll applied the cure, but their aot was without tile authority of their connuand ing omcleers. The Macah)eb, s at the time referraed ii' were not under command of a cnom missiloned oflirer, but under a sergeant of the United Stat...

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. — 22 April 1902

Meta's large st Ocry, Aprlt 21 Absolutely fresh Eggs 20c Per Dozen OBROTHERS GOOD GRQOCURIjUQIUAP 47W. park Phnne"o OZOTONIC (Malt Extract.) Has not that sickening sweet taste, but has tart wine flavor. Stromberg-Mullins Co., Distributers, Butte, Mont. New Clocks ON NEW PMiNOiPLBE Self-winding, 'by means of elec tricity. The battery lasts two years, and can be renewed for 75c. Thorough timekeeper,perfectly bal anced. No better timekeeper made, few near so good. Hall or Grandfather's Clock ...............$85.00 Elegant, large wall OfRfce Clocks, $40.00 and ......$35.00 Beautiful Parlor Mantel Clocks, $84.00 and ...... $28.00 In these Clocks you get elegance, acouracy and perpetually wound. New Clocks on new principles at unusually low prices. JEWELER LEYS OPTICIN Owsley Block, Butte. SEEDS That Grow Field, garden, flower, The "Ster ling" Brand. The best seeds for Montana cltmate and soil. These are fresh seeds, grown anis spring. Kentucky blue grass makes love ly lawns, even in Butte...

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. — 22 April 1902

DAILY INTIR MOUNTAIN .I.ued Byery Evening. Except unnsy. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING CO. Addreu all mall te, Inter Mountain Publishing company. 26 West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Oficial Paper of Siivr 'ow County and City o: u':. SUBSCRIPTS. ' IATE., Per year, by mail, 'r ahlvanl.".... $7.50 By carrier, per month................ .75 TUESDAY, AP'tlI. 22, 1102. *-*-**---- Mr. Lee Ga'iaghier, who admits to hav ing stolen $26,000 from a Missouri Iank, is one of the hest looklng men in the state. Ilan isoni: is as hlanllhdsome dIo,es Mr'. ('nars igle's Iook should at least flndt a welhonw, in t(h netw lilbarls ihe. ,nrs created. It is ain expilensive way to give i )toosik ciril' latlnl , but Mr. ('a'rnl'ogi' Is a mallil who doills 't mind the expl5ens4. W hn Mr. 1thill ,sui,'e Iss li estlhlish Ing hill'olio ly inll tI e I nnlllll atl " I)art'y,. hIl ilig ilt turn his hianiid nai that lesseor job of Ilnduing lfiiton :nti 1 liner to sheIl tini.s of I. 1 'e. i dhl irelp'n l it.nii' IIolln '...

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. — 22 April 1902

THE PI NOLA Does it bring eflough pleasure In return to warrant the investment? The pianola 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 sl stored up In your piano, then count the number of tinles in a month it is used? It is worth thinking about. The pianola sup plies the deflociency. It makes no difference if you do not know one note from another. Price $25o.oo May be bought on installments. Visitors welcome. Montana Music Co. 119 N. Main Street Lagest Line of Sportinq Goods in the City, See Our Window Store Open Evenings Till it O'clock For News and Cigars, Montana Book Co. W. H. KLEIN. Manager Corner Park end Academy Streets Newest Out For society correspondence. New shapes, new tints, double fold pa per. These papers are what the ladles ha...

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. — 22 April 1902

COOL AND COLLECTED BOB SHIADW[LL TAK[S HIs. S[NTNfC[ HAPPY AT THE THOUGHT OF LIGHT SENTENCE HE SMILES SERENELY. CRACKS JOKES WITH BREEN 'He Knows How It Feels to Be in Prison and Will Not Mope and Pine Behind Bars-Will Serve Seven and a Half Years All Told-Mother and Sweetheart Look Forward to the Day When Bob Will Be Free. G. 11. Shadtwell, blleter knots n is "ub" Sh:idl\ell, tas tIodllay llsentenced to fo tlr years in the ptenitenthliry by Jtiudge .11c ('lernln for iithe mitirder of Martlin .J. O'r'onnor In thils ity JIl:nua''ry I, 1s94. The sentence \li1. In 'lnlorllll' iy il1th lle v'erdllllt folll lit \\tlek li, I hth Jury In the casil , and illthughl. he . tll 'lllll wias brlef it was to the loint. T h e l o ] i s on' tl ' l I lot hlr i tn s u n t - ent. Niithllr twas his; .i. ' \ve I 1,iill. % 'h il, w a ting for tlll, i , ll'.iit to ll ll t ltaken upI, lthel pl li in,,i (s I. ,.it It. ,. Thri.ish It', his iattoirey, atul d Il.?il d ;It m l i ,ool as h l'e prov mini t .'lro i...

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. — 22 April 1902

INCR[AS[IIOSTALBISINiSS on r. '~onr NIL~SSI AllS MORE NFL! If Postmaster George W. Irvin is suc cessful in his efforts to secure additional help in the Butte postoffice he will be just about the happiest man in town. He has asked for a collector and for three addi tional carriers. It these are granted he tbelieves that the rush on the main office will be greatly relieved and, besides, the public will be better served and corre spondingly happy. "Probably few people in Butte realize that the main postofllce has double the general deliveries of a city three times as large as Butte; in other words, that the general deliveries in Detroit or Cleveland of Cincinnati, for instance, are not as large as they are here," said Postmaster Irvin today. "Every day that the post all the time and taking all the various causes together the natural result must be a ruih on the postofftce. Enlarge Business Area. "If I am successful in securing a col lector it will, in a great measure, relieve the posto...

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. — 22 April 1902

TALES OF THE STRENUOUS WAY FOR INTER MOUNTAIN SPORTS JUST A LITTLE DOPE FROM BEHIND THE GUN fired Direct By the Sporting Writers on the Inter Moun tain's Staff for the Benefit of the fans. Butte will be afforded the opportunity to see her (lopper Kings play hall next Sunday unless MBl'losky and "Gladla tor" Melntyret hoodoo the c'lub by get ting drowned on the why from Salt Lake to Ilutte. This hits been definitely arranged for and next Sun.lily Is the date set for plradling the "Kings" before their fanlike subjects. The following leti(or was receivetd by the spol'ting editor of the Inter Moun tain this morning: "Manager Mit'losky of the hIllte League teamn htars rlalnged at gane of bull with the lutlte ltndeltpendents, to be plllyed next Stutnily, April 27, at the old groundts. I wish to stale that \vwe halve a very strong butich of ntl playetr's in Butte lll \we xlc ti n:itomake Mac' team play to defeat us. VWe, hav\' the foloing itlay.Vrs. who will he in thet In 'J. un. 'DY, Mana...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 22 April 1902

TNl InTtR fOUNTAIN'S ANACOND. B DIARTflMN i BALL IN ANACONDA BUTTE TEAM TO PLAY FEW TIMES AT MOUNTAIN VIEW. DURING THE HOME SERIES An Occasional Game in This City Would Draw Immense Crowds and Be Good Paying Proposition- Ground Fixed Up. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, April 22.-The baseball ground at Mountain View park will be put in first-class condition this spring and Phil Daniels, manager of the park, rays that when the Buttes play a series at home, he will have an occasional game at Mountain View. Regarding this matter Mr. Daniels has conferred with the officials of the Butte club and they say it can be ensily arranged. This will be extremely gratifying to those residents of Anaconda who take an interest in the game. An Occasional Game. While it has been clearly demonstrated in the past that league baseball is Inot a su'ccess in Anaconda, one game, say every two we,,eks, of good professional ball, would draw enormous crowds, where If the games were being played every ld...

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. — 22 April 1902

- WS OF STORIESOP M € "PS .. . .. IT COSTS TO MIN .ZAVIER MAChINERY NEEDED AT THE PACIFIC. WORK AT BOTTOM SUSPENDED It Will Be Only Temporary-Arrange ments for Greater Boiler and Pump Capacity Are Be ing Made. No work is elnRg done in theii l,..er workings of the Pacifi 11in' at iresent, but cronscuttling is in progress at the 2l)0 foot mark. The sulspensllHI n of o(IttlIn'ltonsI below is due to the ta'ut that the groulllll there has been exploreld lnorth ianti south of the shaft and it in lpossible fi r the company working tihe Iiproirty to go deeper without han lor iaihineliry. Ar angeillents Lire hiing mllat fur the lnie essatry pumps tlll ho llilr lpI ity. , lt lI 'when they ate c'oinlll' t : and the reqllired power addiled sinking Il lie resmtted. In the meantitlll the wiork of explorallin vill he (conltled to tilt. 201 with t \view of determlninlg what tih, g'round tnlntainst. The collar of the shaft of the Pat' i' is about halfway up the hill In wh il' the w'ork is bling done...

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