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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 5 May 1902

Tn! INTlR MOUNTAIN'S ,ANACONDA DEPARiTMfNT [ND Of FIRST Y[AR CITY COUNCIL MET THIS MORN ING TO RECURIVE REPORTS. GOOD FINANCIAL CONDITION Receipt of Poll Tax for Last Year Payment of Indebtedness and War rants Rdeemed-Paying Up Some Damage Suits. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, May 5.-Today is the close of the first year of the administration of Mayor Stephens. At the session of the city council, which convened at 10 o'clock this morning, the renorts of the various city officials were submitted. According to the one submitted by Treasurer Harper the finances of the city have been conducted in a satisfactory nmanner. One item of importance in tie receipts Is that of poll tax, the amount of $11,619 being collected from that source. The collection of licenses has also been mwell attended to. During the year good progress was mnale towards paying off the city indebt edness. Rix of the first sewer bonds issued were redeemed, amounting to $6,000. The Snook and May judgments, the re...

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. — 5 May 1902

NEWS OF STORIES OF MONTANAI IPROSPECTS AND CAMPS PRODUCERS LLTTER I ROM PERU FORMER BUTTE MAN WRITES A FEW OF HIS FRIENDS. COUNTRY FULL OF MINERAL Ore Runs High in Copper and Fair in Silver-Cerro de Pasco Is the Filthi est Place on Earth-Mixture of Nationalities. Peter Oren, a min'r of ltutt, , who tent to Soutth Alnmerliu ai fIt w months ago for the purpose- of fdinig on.nl, I(1t' ork] for A. W\. lc('unlle and iithr iii nlllbe,'rs of the syntll'late that is Irei''l ling for extensive mining )lopera'l:tion ill that country' , IhasI writtl en . ,,n M1 ulli n, lHenry AlberItson illd Jiohnll Itle.shaw of Butte a ipartnlershipt lIetter. Oren Is In P'tro derll I'asi, P'ri. 1ne111' which city the min"les of the, AImlIrhitil ;'yn hilllt' at'. Ilolusted. Int the tleltr, to tays: "1 have t.hn in this (tod-fiorsaken country three mnonths--loig enlIough to enable it- tlo form an (opinionlll of it. "Cerro de PTa41'o has a populattion of about 13,000 Iersons. It is a mi lxitd poplu lation, thle ...

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. — 6 May 1902

BUTTE INTER MOUNTAIN. VOL. XXII. NO. 43 BUTTP. MONTANA. TUESiAY EVENING. MAY 6, 1902. PRICE FIVE CENTS [L[CTION OF WOMEN'S CLUB O[flCIRS AT TNH LOS ANO[LES CONVENTION SEEMS TO BE NECK AND NECK RACE BETWEEN MRS. DECKER AND MRS. DENNISON. PRESIDENCY MAY COME WEST 1Names of Several Candidates Will Be Placed Before the Nominating Con vention and All Sorts of Incipient Booms Are Being Started-Second Session for Business Is Held-Utah Makes Protest. (By Associated Press.) Los Angeles, May Q.-The political out look this morning at the woman's con ference Is that Mrs. Dicker and Mrs. Dennison are running neck and neck for the presidency. Mrs. Dlecker's reiterated statement not to interfere with the chqnces of the New York woman has apparently had no effect on her follow ing, and state after state has declared allegiance. Mrs. Dennison Is not at all distui.ed over the change, and would throw her influence to Mrs. Decker, if to any one, and her still loyal friend' are in every way trying to ad...

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. — 6 May 1902

PROO O[f LOTTINO ZETTEBS OF AGUINALDO 8HOW HIS EARLY TREACHERY. MAKES SOME GOOD PROMISES Filipinos Contemplated an Attack on Manila Early in the Game, in Fact, They Were Playing a Double Game. (fly Assoilated Press.) 'Was.hington, May 6.-The war drpnart ment has maleuI public the telegraphic corresplondeon, thiat took pIlace Itw, ll Aguhialdo and his insurgent gene';nis oni February 13, I~91U, to support the ;adn:ts istration's contention that Aguinaldo at that date contempnlated an attack on the United States troops at Manila. COPneral Morill anl c('loniiil CalIls. telegraphed to Agulnaldo sa:ying: "W\ desire to know the result of the ultima tum whlich you nl(nltionl' i in yo(t:r ti i . gram and w. " ilso tli'e,:rii to know what reward our gover.nment is preiarihg for the forces who will first .e a tutu, ,o In ter Manilan.i" In Aguinuldo's hauid\\riting tilt reply is: "As to cont llts o(f ytur teI.egr III. Those who prove thein.seilves Ihl'.es .a 11 have as rewarlts lanrge HiIins.i...

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. — 6 May 1902

Meotana's largest Grocery, May 6 Grocery Savings Ralston Pancake Flour Ralston Health Pancake Floor is self-rising and makes the finest kind of hot cakes-in 2-pound packages; regular 121A; special package .......... ... .. . ...... 10c Comb Honey No. 1 comb honey; comb........ Hc Koasted Peanuts Extra fancy mammoth peanuts, I fresh roasted, pound.......... 10c Fruit Butter Peach or plum butter, Anderson's home-made-it's good-2-lb can........ ...... ............. 10c Preserves Anderson's home-made preserves extra fine-5-lb. glass Jars, worth $1.25. " We bought an immense supply-in fact, too much. To move them quick we reduced the price to 90c; but to make them go still faster we reduce the price. Special at, per Jar.............. c C. & B. Vinegar Crosse & Blackwell's malt vinegar, 35c bottle; special............. 25c Ginger Ale Waukesha ginger ale, two bottles ........ .. ............ 25C C. & C. imported ginger ale; dozen, $2.00; bottle .................. 20c Corned Bee...

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. — 6 May 1902

DAILY INTRII MOUNTAIN tssued Every Evening. Except lunday. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING CO Address all mail to Inter Mountain Publiehing company. 26 West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Official Paper of Silver :"ow County and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION RATEE. Per year, by mail, in advance......$7.50 tI" carrier, per month .............. .75 TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1902. The recent rattling down of fake tom panies in Wall stree.t was ",)n the curb." That is getting close to I elnze's 57 Va rlties of valuall i scurities :and law sjuts for which to pay your money and tlnk 'our choice. Bret Harte, twho died in Lonlon this morning, was a Ill'rary producltt of whorim the WVest is proudl. t' will rank c'lost' to Mark Twail who is likewise ia proiduc:t of the W\sHt. ills dejath (co.ns sudldenly and ilthe news If it will carry It painful shclk to millions of hearts. The death of Arclhbishotlt r ilrrigan of New York, not lithstaiitnllg his re'en illness, comMes ;is a great sHIrlprisi atndu sh.lk to the w...

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. — 6 May 1902

IN THI rAMILY CIRCLE There's nothing so conducive to real enjoyment as good music. Certainly no well regulated home should be without a piano. That is to say, a high-grade instrument-a Vose for instance. None better made. The Vose piano Is not only perfection of construction, tone and action, but also of handsome design and beautiful finish. Not so expensive, either. Cash or tnstallments. Montana Music Co. 119 N. Mall Street ping pong Championship Came of Ping-Pong to be played In our show window, Saturday evening, May 17. The two young ladles that receive the most number of votes by Sat urday morning, May 17. First prize will be a $12.00 set Ping-Pang. Second prize. a $5.00 Set of Books. Girls to be between the ages of 12 and 17 years. fIONTANA BOOK CO. C9r. Park one Academy Sts. I VOTE FOR Miss _ ___ Table Tennis Prices to Suit Everybody 75c Per Set And Upwards Extra Balls foer Ping Pong. Base. ball Uoods, all kinds, all prices. New Stationery. New Books .....EVANS' BOOK STORE.......

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. — 6 May 1902

IRISNH HIAV BAND A. O. H. JOINS THE MUSICAL RANKS OF BUTTE. HAS TWENTY-FIVE MEMBERS practice Begins at Once Under the Instruction of Proi. Urbane-Will Join Unicn and Be Open for Engagements Soon. 'lhetn St. Patrick's daliy ctu ,s a'iiound again there will ibe aI new ass Lt.and at the head of the procession, which, if the nationality of its me mbers toulnts for anything, will play "St. I'itrick's Day in the Molrning" , it waIas neve'r played before in ]ultlte. The nT-w band Is compo.l id of niu r bers of the Ancient (itrier or IIllhtlrnins of silver Ilow c" unty and "all\\ II h, lled the Hibelirnifan hani,l. Tw\enlty-l\v iit hl llllllPlltr forl the i band Urlltillid tihiy and the. iMIIIthl.l-rs will start at one(t toi Ipraice. aind learnu how to play Irish II ,Hs li true Iri.-l fashion. To Filtz HButler autnd W\VlterI' i.\',eII is due 'he credlit for Ithe )g.niainlllon of this latest Itllitjion to the muiisiial t i tal it of the city. Some of the Members. Prof. I'rhanl , \\I' 11 knot...

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. — 6 May 1902

SPOTT[D rEVERS lfIDZNS RUBLIEVI TH IISCOURN SPRINGS FEOM SNAKES. INEW DISEASE TERRIBLY FATAL rree Indians Bow the State with Pesti lence-Prairie io omds of Filthy Habits are Dangerous Guests -Should Be Quarantined. !'There is a strange oelief among the Cree Indians up in Northern Montana that the spotted fever is caused by drinking water In which rattlesnakes have been swimming," said a resident of 'Northern Montana at the Butte this morning. "The Indians scoff at the idea of the disease being a new one, and say that it has been epidemic among them and other tribes long before the coming of the :white man. "There was a party of physicians and others interested in the strange malady who came over on the train from Helena with me. They were going down in the Sitter Root to investigate this latest out. reak and to see if possible any means can be devised for its suppression. To Make Investigation. "In the party were Dr. Loneway of (ireat Falls, Profesor Stars, an eminent bacteriologist...

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. — 6 May 1902

HOW BASEBALL PLAYERS ARE WORKING OUT BUTTE HAS MAOE OO6 AS A TEAM OF CRACK SLUGERSS Description of the Players of the Local Team--What the First Games Tell. BY BILLY GUION. After a week of close scrutiny of the0 Individaul teami work oft the Iggregation Man'tger McCloskey hal bi ,ight tIo gethc r to play chamh i pnlhll blall for Butte, there is but one holiiest opliion to be expressed andl thalt ilone IIustNL in favorable to the IHuittqo Sluggers. As I have said in speaking of the Spokanle teirn, it's poor policy to boost a home tocan when the home teamn ln't worthy of praise. That's one thing 1 like about McCluskey. He hilas proflitl'd by the mnletakes of other llllnagers alnd this year he a ent a\way front Butte firmly convlnced trhat, so far ias It lay in1 the power of one man and a close sail ary limit, he had gathered In a lot of men who w(ould make ll ood on the clalm he had put up-that he had a crowd of batters who would slug any pitcher pIut before them. "Mac" Didn't Bray. Y...

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. — 6 May 1902

THE INTER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA DEPARTM[NT (0T LITTL[ MON[Y EDWARD DUFFY CHAlGED WITH HIGHWAY ROBBERY. IS WANTED IN BUTTE, TOO Said to Be Man Who Assaulted Fore man of Rarus Mine Sometime Ago-Other Police Hap penings. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, May 6.-Edward Duffy was arrested last night by Assistant ChieL O'Brien on a charge of robbing Rob Kelly of 75 cents. A charge of highway robbery has been placed against him at the police station, and the matter will probably come up this evening. Furthermore, it has been learned that Duffy is wanted by the Butte authorities for assaulting a foreman at the Rarus mine with a deadly weapon. The Butte officials have been notified that Duffy is here in jail. Last night's affair occurred shortly after midnight. The two men, Duffy and Kelly, came up on the street car from near Carroll. They had been down to the railroad camp below the city. A moment after they left the car, it is alleged that IDuffy sprang upon Kelly and by force went thro...

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. — 6 May 1902

NEWS OF STORIES OF MAP NTANA PROSPECTS AND CAMPS PRODUCERS TONOPAH HARD Nil TWO BUTTE MEN GIVE IT A WA1RM SEND OFP. WILDCAT STOCK BEING SOLD No Ore, They Say, Outside of a Radius of a Half-Mile Square-Woad and Water Scarce. John Melt litre of W141344PVilU4' has r" c'4IV('43th I tes (a ' *' iiun thei 'I'.44n(4.4h h m1in*ing* dhistli I *3' N'4tla i*1 . o44* %43 ill it41 wi'1* w''itt'fn by3 Fr*an*k WV4 rrill and1* th4 othe'r by Motr*4l*M ('aihll, f.4'**iv' 44 4i*'14t4' of Butte'. anod In It he' says: '314'hr *' ae r*'ih*UL 104* 1*44n emp34*loyed'4 at thce (aim's at' the 41iz Jrah c'4*443an*y. 'The4 *34izjah *s siniking thr'4' *4ha*3ts. '1'her('' a4*'. 12 V.441*4m it groundthat hve lien orer jl upum th *4444fa14'4' a1t 1141 (31e' Is (p43444' 4ll 4'YV'l'.tlll of 1t11i. hey arc gnI(14,4 *4t'4n '1 (1trng *4 i'M. 'A half pil(I* sq4ua41'e will 44444.eý' y th*ing tha4t 3I*s 1*een found lao 4Is4'4'1' a le·ad or on.- pIoundd of ori·1 outside of i lh( half m4le 414' ire. Th4*3s44r 'n 'r1** 1*4 p...

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. — 7 May 1902

.1UTTE INTER MVOUNTAIN. VOL. XXH. NO. 44 BUTTP, MlONTANqA. WEDlqESDAY EVENING, MAY 7, 1902. PRICE FIVE CENTS% S A MR~s d E TH P lasrdaana amaa ansema masow iaa ~ m ma i|1... 1AII/L UI IlN OffICERS or' WOMEN'S CLUB MfBS. DECKER GETS TURNED DOWN BUT TAKES DEFEiAT GOOD NATUREDLY. UTMOST SECRECY OBSERVED Doors and Windows Barred and a Guard Appointed-Only One Slight Incident to Mar the Meeting. (By Associated Press.) Los Angeles, Cal., May 7.-The surprise of the club woman's convention was the report of the nominating committee, as follows: President-Mrs. Dimle Dennison of iNew York. First Vice President-Mrs. Burdette of California. Second Vice President-Mrs. Emma Fox of Michigan. Recording Secretary-Mrs. WV. T. Coad of South Dakota. The disappointment of the Decker forces was marked, as they confidently believed the Colorado woman would at least head a second ticket, as made out by the nominating committee. 'Mrs. Decker said she was happy and looked It, and It is doubted if under the c...

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. — 7 May 1902

MTIIHODIST BOARD IBHOPS' COMMITTP DATE OF CONFEo.rP bE . NAMES OF PRESIDING BISHOPS Merrill Assigned to the Two Meetings to Be Held in Montana-One at Columbia Falls and One in the North. (By As(nclatRfI Pre.sH.) O.attanoogat, Tenn., May 7.--The Meth dlist Episcopal bocard (of blhops rom ll.n e on Isslgnment hiis reported tl! following dates, loratlons iand presiding biholps for the variolus eonfeirenes for the fall of 1902: Alaska missions, place,. of nltetlllg - Ilshop ('rni.llon. Arizona llisslon, 'lngslt:ff, Ariz., Or tol.,r 2, Joyce. lilhe k Hills Mission, llot 'Sprlngs, S. D., "Septembher .1, FoweIr. ('alifornia, 'ault': Grove\', ('.tl., .',p tenlbor 10, .J1yce,. Callfornia, ('ermaneI, Sani Jose, 'il., Septetnlber 1:, Joy,'e. Central Illinois, Stre:ator, 1l., ,ipte rm her 17, Vincent. ',entral Swedish, ('|hitngo. ill., Septem ber 11, Merrill. Chhtgo, (Ocl'nne, ('hiitgo. Sep',l,.litil" Colorado, (Central C'lty. ('Il., Siepte'n her 21, Warreln. Colunmbl Ii \'1ver, I('ol, f x, \'u...

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. — 7 May 1902

Montana's largest Grecery, May 7 Right Now There never was a better time than now for those w'ho have not yet bought of us to discover what remarkable values we give our cus tomers. How can you expect to get your money's worth under the credit system when the had bills must be provided for? We repeat that you never get your money's worth when buying on credit. Fresh Vegetables Everything the market affords will be found at Lutey's. FPancy Lettuce, Parsley, Ituallshes, ('elery, Cauliflower, Apatamgus, 'uumn bPle, Spinaerh, Oreen Onions, (Ireen Peas, T'lne Green String Beans, Oyster l'ant, Tolmatoes, Peppers and Water t'ress. Fruits Extra fine California Strawberries. Box .......... ..............20c Fancy Navel Oranges. Dozen, 50t', * 40c, 30c and ....................15c Fresh lthubarb. Iound ........2.o.jc Canned Fruit Special lHurgains. Large White ('herries, extra fine, 25e can today ................... 20 Sliced Lemon ('ling Peat'hes, 2'A pound ran today .............. 20e Eagle ...

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. — 7 May 1902

DAILY INTER MOUNTAIN teesud Every Evening, Exopt lunday. I.1ER MCUNTAIN PUBLISHING CO Address all mail to Inter Mountain Publishing coumpany. 20 West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Omclal Papor of Silver .:ow County and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION ILATES. Per year, by mail, in advance......$7.50 E. carrier. per month................ .75 WEDNSDI)AY, MAY 7, 19102. Butteo sPalnked Spokan.ll. but Wttle s. ttled Iutte in the opening ga.iL(. Ililt walt till the s'ere.s i pllyd a'id obserle Ihow n.atters settle down. In hunting about for causes for th. Incerase In the prlce (If Ibef, do not ivuer look the enormlouR export bhI:liN.ss that lhas e.n going on In dres...t and live ,eof. We have been dotlng quit.e a bit In this linte fir the w"stern s.e .of the ncntinent. If Atlneri lnn lire pa iln;i ;I high price fr beef folreign h)ef-el;ItirS have hbeen doing likewise, aind lhsll tmoney has hl.l hll 'malll IbaIk hIre. The I' are lIghts anid shlades In all pie t U res. There Is no du(tlll but the...

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. — 7 May 1902

IN THE fAMILY CIRCLE There's nothing so conduclve to real enjoyment as good music. Certainly no well regulated home should be without a piano. That is to say, a high-grade instrument-a Vose for instance. None better made. The Vose piano is not only perfection of construction, tone and action, but also of handsome design and beautiful finish. Not so expensive, either. Cash or installments. Montana Music Co. 19 N. Main Street pingpong Championship Game of Ping-Pong to be played in our show window, Saturday evening, May 17. The two young ladies that receive the most number of votes by Sat urdaymorning, May 17. First prize will be a $12.00 set Ping-Pong. Second prize, a $5.00 Set of Books. Girls to be between the ages of 12 and 17 years. TIONTANA BOOK CO. COr. Park ane Academy Sts. I VOTE FOR Miss Table Tennis Prices to Suit Everybody 75c Per Set And Upwards Extra Balls fer Ping Pong. Base. ball Goods, all kinds, all prices. New Stationery. New Books .....EVANS' BOOK STORE..... 324 Nort...

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. — 7 May 1902

RAT[S AR ABL[[ INSURANCE MEB AY INCREASE WON'T AFFI *UTTE. LOCAL LOSS TWENTY PER CENT Companies Should Reduce the Rate Instead of Increasing the Premium on Fire Insur ance, Says Winters. There Will lie no inclerae In tht' flt' in uIIranceP rate ]11 BILtt', but property own-\\l rRn In Chicag-o tnld otheir tlrgie iE.titernl .ilties are catching it going iaIdil( coti ing. Great losses by fi're tt'e g 'vtnl itts Ih' reason for the Incrloutse In Ihe 1 ": t.l, ilndil although there Is i geinertal uprising among busiles tutn ag ilnst i\ hatt they think ih an Imposition, Ithere Is no itpl I lr organize indivitlint fire hrigiades. WhItn the wttave of increitse i-gun Jlutte owIners ere t pprehen'l, e is toll II the limnit of country it wouldl co\ve'. They feared that it wouhl roll it11i ,nlntint tina and onmpel th).tn to assist in hltti'ilg loOsse sust hlatti d by the r't uipatti,"s in the I';tist. Nothing In It. On nr"'iiount of lith' J;,as'tern in, ic1i- .1- ;I rumor ntus attr-ftd at few tl...

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. — 7 May 1902

SMITH ISCLIMBIN] LADDER OF FORTUNEB TO B3 SC.ALED BY ANACONDA BOY. IN INTEREST OF UNION LABOF Former Montana Machinist Knowin for Ability as Orator-Is Making Great Headway in Organ ising in Denver, Colo. Charles Douglas Smith, general or. ganizer of the Western Labor Union, I, a young man who is rapidly springing into prominence in the labor world. He is a Montana boy, although he tuakes his headquarters in Denver, hay. ing belonged to the Machinists' Unior of Anaconda prior to his appointmeni t6 the position last July. It is mainly owing to the energetic and well-directed efforts of Mr. Smith CHABLES DOUGLAS SMITH, General Organiser Western Labor Uniln. that the union has had such a marvelous growth during the past year. It has been said that from a poor union state Colorado has grown until it is now one of the strongest in the West, and during the past year alone, reports show that more than 20 unions affiliated with the central body in Denver. In a Wide Field. Mr. Smith's jurisdi...

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. — 7 May 1902

SPOCANE FOUND A MIXED TEAM OF PLAYERS CITY Of [HE CASCADES HAS BIG [ALL O[ IDOLS Grim Be~in.r With Fans' Dirs pleacrture O er Loss off Favorites to Butte. I By Dilly Guion. lea i Hit, I o,'I eI. l1'tql e I I 'v |lI'y' o II1' It 4of 1this e'it olf t ai l l I that a tIlln . I \'e II II on ctLLe ll l.la \\,'ork )l po., l .tallll 14(11 (,.1i • N ('b i nt l'n .I Ia tl rki fo lir p. l lic i l lel11)tati)ntl frl boll geta1 i n hel ) sIn d IIdl, I il tl e fi t s anI tthli hall , t1 leI t lo b l 1144 that 41)h r lo1to M hI)4 the I ac orim ntrl oats. t h I t In ia li ig ue,. T he fians gelt t ,t sty, lhe. pl lli sw1 ill alu--at'l h' l Ithe 't'1 Kh i 8 againstl I ,llect1 ion of 1 u1 ll iilay' l - -i ill ttinhe delt.ge oiil. ry Tia'sh t wilatl lthe ii'att)' with llklokun today. (ne t ll hear mInre Prosts on 1g li Spokane team in the homil town11 than will eveUr e given that brill iant Inllih of little players a11 y f1ro1 t l ho l f, le. Jack Grim Boasts. falll 11 41t4k t;))r Si' lll ell~r y 111...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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