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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 7 May 1902

THE INTER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA DEPARTMIN1 LANDRY ARRE[T[D PUBLIC MORALS ORDINANCE TO BE ENFORCED. CHIEF TAYLOR IS EMPHATIC Will See That the Mandates of the Law Are Obeyed-A Woman, Named Irene Lavelle, Also in the Toils. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, May 7.-City Attorney C. M. Pawyer this morning went before Police Magistrate R. J. Hayes and swore to a complaint accusing Sam Landr'y with tViolating the city ordinance which says 'any person letting apartments know Ing that they are to be used for 'purposes of assignation or prostitution, is guilty of a misdemeanor and lable to fine or $mprisonment." This ordinance is a new one and was passed recently for the express purpose pt covering ground which the old one did not. Under the old ordinance the several arrests made from time to time came to nothing because of the defect embodied on it. The warrant was served upon Landry at 11 o'clock, and he soon afterward ap peared at the city hall. entered a plea of not guilty and demande...

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. — 7 May 1902

or MI MP A b INN STORIES OF LUICTIJATIONS FN ~lI IP~f~ T IA NE AID liIiPP IN STOCKS AND l 1 TIP* C AM Pbo SI Icr / ROUE M[ APODIC O A -pSP ARTS - - - UNII[D COPPfR CO. LIGHT LET IN ON HEINZE'S LATE VENTURE. BIG VALUES DWINDLE FAST Disinterested View of the Situation by a New York Newspaper A Capitalization of Wind and Lawsuits. [Nw York I. lnn rlaul, May 1.] The nIn Inl the s lrt is askinig, "W'h, il to lil1nefilt 111y th I' llg l itz;I liii of i lle Unilted C'oppt' (l'lirmp lny This i.9 lth ne11w 'oiiern lthat 're.lg nizes ltht prince of promI(,irs,. F Augustus H It ,1z , of New Ylii Ih a11 Illultt1 uis its IImoviI.g sprll'it. I t s 'a p i t l l ,t o .k , a s r e , i d r s o ilf t h , or even Ithe' 111n 1111 Ia tree , ulll l lit llh ni field glass-see. ian $.,11i it, 0ll c rporltl.il Pte- In c ' m l'ln ,t w JIllrsey .innd make, its hid fr publi, ttentiohrl h, aIt' i "a l y " rea1lly is composed. Where Is the Sa vingP Th1 ere l' btill onel smeltinl g w\oirks :,u II, which is the one...

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. — 8 May 1902

BUTTE INTER MOUNTAIN. VOL. XXII. NO. 45 BUTTE, mONTANA. THURSDAY EVENINIG. MAY 8, 1902. PRICE FIVE CENTS UNIT[D MIN[ WORK[RS RESUMI S[CRET CONF[RENC[ THIS MORNING INFLUENCE BEING USED TO PRE VENT STRIKE AS IT IS SURE TO BE A LONG STRUGGIE. MITCHELL HAS INFLUENCE Executive Committee Resolve That All Questions Be Submitted to an Im partial Board of Arbitration--Be lieved That a Means for Settling the Questions Involved Without a Strike Has Been Reached. (By Associated Press.) Scranton, Pa., May 8.-The executive committees of three districts of the anthracite coal fields, representing all of the members of the United Mine work ers In that territory, resumed its secret conference this morning. Strong Influ ences are at work among the miners to prevent a strike as it is realized that a tie-up at this date means a long strug gle and the consequent paralyzing of business interests. President Mitchell wields the same In fluence over the miners that he has hitherto exercised, and it is conce...

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. — 8 May 1902

SCORIS MINORITY McCOMAS OF MARYLANDI XAKES PHILIPPINE SPEECH. GLORIOUS WORK OF THE ARMY War Always Has Instances of Cruelty -He Praised the Humanity of American Troop=- Eulogized Roosevelt. (BIy AssNilated Iress.) Washiinglton, May 8.--(', onsltdll alton of the Philipline governnlent hill wa.. re sumrd In the .enate' and Mr. M1l''orllni of Maryland addressed the senate in sup port of the meanure. After declaring that the war with Spain had been fotlldI on the Ut'nited Btates hy the lmln, ''ra;lts and t hat the' Philippines hal coime to this lountry through that autrl, Mr. Mc('loman Is serted that In Ith dibtaht ,on th. P'hil ippine q(luttion, thei dlemocrats Ignorit cll history anld ignored the treCaty whiih they helped to ratify. Hie said they Iprotiosedl to undo the glorious work of the list fiu'r ye'irH; to denounce1' our treaty, to disriice tihe rrtmy and nar'y. To throw away the overeignllty over the islanlld; to d.efy the v.rdilet of thle plopl of the l' ited States; to revers...

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. — 8 May 1902

Montana's IarestGnrcery, May 7 Right Now There never was a better time than now for those who 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 bad 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. Fancy Lettuce, Parsley, Radlshes, Celery, Cauliflower, Asparagus, Ctucum bers, Spinaoh, Green Onions, Green Peas, Fine Green String Beans, Oyster Plant, Tomatoes, Peppers and Water Cress. Fruits Extra fine California Strawherries. Box ......... ..............20c Fancy Navel Oranges. Dozen, 50c. 40c, 30c and ....................c Fresh Rhubarb. Pound ........2,c Canned Fruit Special Bargains. Large White Cherries, extra fine, 25c can today ..................20c Sliced Lemon Cling Peaches, 214, pound can today .............20c Eagle Blueberries, solid pack, do...

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. — 8 May 1902

DAILY INTER MOUNTAIN Issued Every Evening, Except Bunday. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING CO Address all mail to Inter Mountain Publishing company. 26 West Granite Street. Butte,. Mont. Official Paper of Silver .or.v County and City of Butte. SUISCRIPTION RATES. .Ptr year, by mall, in advance......$7.50 Er carrier, per month................75 TIIURSIJAY, MAY 8, 1902. IUndor the pui,l buiiildlngs' bill, tIItle will get $275,000 f(r a foederal building. Under the same bill, (renvillle, T'enn., with a population of 1,i874, will harve an appropriation of $100,000 faor the saire purp.n'Ce. If If Lutte were rewar'ded pi r capita as (lreenl llle is, insteadtl (of a $27,.000 hullding we would have one.I worth $3,735,000. Wheirefore this inatrkel tc1'Ilepa nhy. tlmultaneously with the news of t11i death of IBret Ilarte is tbe a ullncU; Ilent of a new hook froml his wralceful pen. What adds to the pl a surl e of Ihii anno:n;lllc'lement, esplecially to t l' a luthor's admirers In this part of the un...

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. — 8 May 1902

IN THE FAMILY CIRCLE There's nothing so conductive to real enjoyment as good music. Certainly no well regulated ihome 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. . 119 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 urday morning, May 17. First prl e will be a $12.00 set Ping-Pong. Second prize, a $5.00 Set of Books. Girls to he between the ages of 12 and 17 years. IfONTANA BOOK CO. COr. Park ene Academy Sts. I VOTE FOR Miss Table Tennis Prices to Suit Everybody 75c Per Set And Upwards Extra Balls for Ping Pong. Base. ball Goods, all kinds, all prices. New Stationery. New Books .....EVANS' BOOK STORE..... 12...

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. — 8 May 1902

JOU HARMON HNOM[ MAN WITH FUNNY FACE AND rOLLY SPIRIT REACHES BUTTE. TALKS ABOUT HOT SPRINGS If You're From Montana It Means a Quizzing on Horse Racing an, and the Local Coppbr Market. Jo Hn rn1.t'on--Jo- of 1h)P genIial fw.* and r,.I.n',II dislposition-- la buck flutln aL trip to Ilit S)r'inJt. Incll.hnltally IJoe, toork a s.w.ingC: alrounLdll| the hi i (iits tf the East Jloot ti ,tt hun thingM a tie gi}lt io n t iln n u tutatktI ;L IKOIPYrI 1001l of[ 'Pi'rPlitliH. It Is unii('('eHu't S , tl o nt Itk Mr. latrl'niIll how the trip tig -eld with hiht, f,, he itato health Ilitl] vig)ri ill hia ltoko, nllll a light stl that \omlllul illllkke t jig it :tI'Ier envious. "Mhontitana is w ell knotni In Itlot Spin|g' I s," Pcnuti .1r. I [nlnllonl Ivtill). "lTho lt . In it ct.tlt iiy of 40 o, ' ; t.1t Ithe Bjprings all tiht thitt. "Altttng tiittu, a haiti I ita lhil, [ w Rs there \ er' M r1'. allln .11,tit. J. K. IloP:lot, flu.s (1,alilk, Wi'[n. Sh,,.fl an1t€ II. L. ttriak, tMr. PttkI, tiak M ...

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. — 8 May 1902

SNOWS INSANITY. IUSPICION TEAT JAMES O'REILLY IS SIMPLY PLAYING POSSUM. FOOLS COURT AND COMMISSION Is Sent to Warm Springe, But Sud denly Recovers Reason and Asks for Discharge-Lillian Pas chal's Stuit in Chicago. Was James O'Reilly insane or was he shamming when his mental condition was inquired Into by a commission of doctors in Judge McClernan's court on April 2. He was adjudged insane and sent to Warm Springs, but after spending two or three days there he recovered his reason and presented himself to the keepers of the institution for Immediate release, If O'Reilly was not crazy when he up peared before the commission he is an expert in the art of deception, for no one ever fooled a court or commission of doctors more completely. Prior to his examination he was ar rested on a charge of petit larceny an, the supposition is that this fact prompted him to feign insanity, knowing that by doing so his chances for escaping the consequences of his act would be les sened. Taking it for ...

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. — 8 May 1902

OF PEOPLE WHO SAY IT WRONG IN BASEBALL BUTTE HAS A 6000 TEAM AND KICKS PREMATURE Games Played, Won or Lbst, Show That the Players Are Working Out in Form. I By Billy Guion. Th..''s n lot of l i ll n this nitlll,'i dii s thei ll l il `il it ti l fl'ronl Il itti i lulil N,'l l t ll il l \ lSh :i11t ml '1 1 "I t<old . J1 1 SeIe," ]h)tollle r tI hII1 1 rr g 1:I lose.1 ' 'Jlii " fsei . lii l ii ti r Ie lte one wll. who t..oulin't think of L l y h i . Iei riIe ofI they arewn to i nl t t hat ii i till thl t il llo poAre ood experts 111 hy I 110 ies. l uiWtlypi per it'tl ilt 'l-' litl l 1h tL, 1h i i-et town iii the mielling. li ,Th* ire's a l..el tio n o.f this sorl t )youl will fInd in the lreet 'very alflir'noon gl aeefully o intI i u.ii . Yeu l %' itutle l't ill-I other game Li u hVow impossIeillth it s fLo r the town to get Ii te! nsii togethtr that run Are Good Games. Tuesday Ml t'loskey', ". o I1 lost to ,e t tie, tine of the crack tea.ts In the l-ague, lby a .core of 1i to 0. Yet...

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. — 8 May 1902

TNH INT0R HOUNTAIN'S ANA(ONDA DEPARTMNTI BUSY GRAIUATES PREBPA ATIONS BEItG MADE FOR COMMENCEMENT BY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Class Will Consist of Eight Members -Four Young Men and an Equal Number of Young Ladie:. (Special to Inter Mountain) Anaconda, May 8.-Two weeks from next Friday is commencement -lay for the Anaconda high school, and for at least the eight pupils who are to gradu ate on that occasion, the intervening days will be busy ones. With the ex aminations coming on, together wvth the preparations for the charming event of their lives-when they are to close their sdhool books and begin life's battle, naturally every hour is filled with anx iety to crown the'r labors with glorious succcss. Superintendent Koonts says that every member of the class is striving to make the exercises of this year the best ever held in the history of the Anaconda schools, and to achieve that end they are doing some effective work. The Class of 1902. The class of 1902 will consist of the fol lowin...

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. — 8 May 1902

NMOA S INEA 1 A N ll *SPECTSA SAND CRIEEK ROCK IT IS RICH IN GOLD AND QUITE PLENTIFUL. NEARLY FOUR FEET OF IT Vein Dips at an Angle of Thirty-five Degrees and Was Found in the Bed of the Stream-The Lowest As.ay Was $58. Duninan aMl'Init i u nl two other non have ceriainly ttr'uck It riih In ihe aindl Creek district of Miadisson countlly. 'They atrrived in the city Tu ' ,sd 'ay with ,''i ral .nreks of of r takttn fItol thb,, distovi'ry 1ind| yesterd.ay they hadl svo.v'i trl .lpi's of tho roc' k assnyi'dl. In orlll r tIhat in lllistalke \would b( mhial tl e o M:lilll"[' w ere i].strilitlt 4d a nln llg half ia ,li', ,t ;as _-y r'ls,. 'rho lig ur 's rt l'tlu n i',il ity '.tlt l did inot diff,,r Ito any grlat .'xti.'lt. Thre ffl Is t·lriittnni tilt is vely ii']i in go l, the ,.t a s assay ol tlal l, II il - ing $:.s Il, toI, . Two .;ikt iof tho ,rt, ere, t1aken lto the i('o I l',li1t. sII I .tler ItI ble te'stl','' l:tu lieh of itl' Its ' ,ks x't 111o i Co pounds of r,', 118 blight i nl ...

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. — 9 May 1902

BU TTE INTERI M1 UN TAIN VOL. XXII. NO. 46 BUTTE. mONTANA. FRIDAY BVENI#G. MAY 9, 1902. PRICE FIVB CENTS Iu • n m m | m l| REAR ADMIRAL SAMPSON IS LAID AT REST EVERY DEPARTMENT OF THE UNITED STATES GOVERN MENT REPRESENTED. CEREMONIES ARE BRILLIANT Naval Cadets From Annapolis and Blue Jackets From the North At lantic Squadron Do Honor to the Dead Seaman. (By Associated Press.) Wanshington, May 9.-With a pomp and circumstance exceeding that of any gtaval funeral in tlhis country, in recent years at least, the remains of William T. Sampson, rear admiral in the United States navy, and commniander-in-chief of the United States naval forces on the North Atlantic station during the war with 'Spain, were today laid at rest, evcry department of the national government being represented. The military and naval features of the ceremonies were brilliant and impressive. They were conducted under the direc tion of Rear Admiral Terry, command ant of the Washington navy yard, assist ed by Lieut. He...

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. — 9 May 1902

-UCAJIIRS MRl I WILL DECIDE ON OOLLEGE ENTRY REQUIPRJi ENTS. BOOK LIST TO BE ADOPTED Conference Has No Power Except in an Advisory Way-Not Expected That Any Radical Changes Will Be Made. (fly Ass oeiated I're'ss.) New York, ,Miy it.-A meetil'g of cdu1, Clitol.s will Ibe held here on May -4). It \\ill be :a. Joint F(.es..ltn of ,mmmlit te' . alltploil te1d by the Illrin ll).tl dilln-.: tlonal :assIa'hthlons to consdhlr Lhe t Lsub Ject of c(ollteg, lntranl' -'l r'clqulrel ntll sl' in Engli.h anl especially to report it list of Ibooks toI ie iiradopted'I as a ia.e for tihe I':iglitih enlltrance e'Xaliinliatiills for 190.5 andtl ill. Mnlemhershll Ihi tLhe' rotlferenll'e will re, resent five' of ithe leading euiatiotnll] as.o('lations1 of the 1 lllled Stalllt's. Tho aMiac'ltilon oif 'colleg':( a1il ipr'p, 9lurylaid will he r',ires' e itl by its ,al-i inIt tie', u hi h '') u iiti i' orf i 'I r ' sid le Franis l1oly S.to(rilatrd of Now York universi' ty, I'riof. i,'rankll, i T'. l;ikir of ...

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. — 9 May 1902

Montana's largest Groeery, 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 bad 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. Fancy Lettuce, Parsley, Radishes, Celery, Cauliflower, Asparagus, Cucum bers, Spinach, Greeo 'inlons, Green Peas, Fine Green String Beans, Oyster Plant, Tomatoes, Peppers and Water Crcss. Fruits Extra fine California Strawberries. Blox ..... ....... ..............20 Fancy Navel Oranges. Dozen, 50c, 40c, 30c and ......... .........15e Fresh Rhubarb. Pound ........2,c Canned Fruit Spectal Bargains. Large Wh;te Cherries, extra fine, 25c can today ..................20c Sliced Lemon Cling Peaches. 214 pound can today ..............20c Eagle Blueberries, solid ...

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. — 9 May 1902

DAILY INTER MOUNTAIN Issued Every Evenlng, Except Dunday. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISIINU CO Address all mall to Inter Mountain Publishing company. 26 West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Official Paper of Silver .oav County and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per year, by mail, in advance......0$7.0 P'- carrier, per month............... 75 TELEPHfONE NITMi1'ICtS: Editorial loom .............. 42---(3 rlngs) Buslines Ofc ............. .....42--(1 ring) FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1902. A staistithihan h1as listed 1,4:17 eturr. for rheumatf.m. It is plain that this nnnn never had the rheullmatilll himseiet'lf, )o his friends would hiave mnulllllied Ihis figure, by at least ten. ('lnnsitlerig the: alelneit countless ' runi' Ithere alre folr rlheuiimatisnm, it hi, of course, strung.! that it Is so rarcly cured. I-1. J. Wright pu'bll4shi(s a detailed list of l.li. Cairnegie's bii enelrtvlioll'l iln th,' ,way of foeunditlng liralrlies, the. totai:l of which Is $67,712,000. A p,~c'tiliarity of the: thing is...

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. — 9 May 1902

IN TIHf FAMILY CIRCLE There's nothing so conducive to reals 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. f19 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 urday morning. 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. I'ONTANA BOOK CO. COr. Park ean 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...

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. — 9 May 1902

BUTCHERS SMILIN6 BEEFEATERS GROWL AND GROAN, BUT FEEDERS ARE HIGH. BIG DEALERS KEEP UP PRICES Cattle Held on the Montana Ranches in Order to Push Up the Price and Enrich Owners. ]lt'i h is ' lnin g uii : It Iuly go ilu'h hiigher', itnd it ill hI si · w.\ '; It ll m lltihs before it is any low ,.r." T his ch('TfUI nul l rnfo.ltlr tinl w ,ts .rlntlih ttled by a Park str'eet hit'he|r this imirn. Ing, ihirn asked aboutl the ftnr'y pr.lvI' peolle al'rt tiing 'ollltllli d to pay for the flesh of ihi Iltlmll lrinlg bteef stir oi' tilt CutL f til fi t yio tllig r'II I . A ·whih tlltllU for htl\ o f litn ani frI' II st year' slowl there Is an ilni'rilusi otf iItilt five I'tl.lS IIt iuint Onl (,Vlery 'hiss of fIr shI tllla tI. A ften dhiy ago i lif it'pprt'd its piii, int the ('hIhngo larket..l' 11 bl t its has .l tits old pIsIllhion again tollay nill llth turileh gro llroldar til o fle ae of tilt' lllutrli'. Plenty of Beef. On)ol ,f th , penallir fic'ts tlhe, present coll(i'll ttl l I 'l.'hp...

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. — 9 May 1902

MUST [IAC COUJR EGOECUTION PBEPIABZNG ITS a&im WITS CARE. TEN WITNESSES SUMMONED Two Complaints Recite Charges of Assault and Robbery-Long List of Witnesse-S-trong Claim • of the Evidence. Mrs. Minnie Grady, who has occupied a cell in the county jail for a month past, charged with having poisoned and robbed Mrs. Emma Proulx while buggy rid ing early in April, was released this morning on a $500 bond. Her preliminary hearing will take place next Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock before Justice Arnold. County Attorney Breen has begun the prosecution of Mrs. Minnie Grady, who la a(ccused of assaulting and robbing Mrs. Minnie Pronix. Deputy County At torney Lynch has prepared two comn plaints against Mrs. Grady, and in all probability she will be prosecuted on two charges. One of the complaints reads as follows: "On April 6 one Minnie Grady did willfully, unlawfully and feloniously administer to the said Emma Proulx poison, so as to endanger the life of the said Emma Proulx, with intent...

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. — 9 May 1902

PRESIDENT LUCAS DOING THINGS TO BUTTE L[IIERS WHICH SHOW WHAT SLUGG[RS BUCK McCloskey Wins Again Despite In structions to Umpires to Bunch the Game. I By Billy Guion. Omfilclly T din't likII \. II. Luc,114, Personally I \\as c ln\htedct the brainyl little 3111, sit 31881 I\It giep fellow. I Yet think i Is 1I· blu"I': ·n; ~ d to trII.( I1t hisl friendsi \\ I dul 1111W o [I 1.1311 14 oin tlint, lhllli. 3 Is o - tII,\ I I (bliI te :.re fall ue e thhis I,3d a ues anifll jisld In 1 don't IJ1g1io lity huh\' ft 11113 Is ,goiny to rh u1nIil d nulln IV te 'lblo ii tea 111. 11114 Ill lis l 11o1131. 11, "V Hi ll-n 3irsliii ei111.1r IV, ii IUI trl·III 181111 - aIa lie hie 1111'o 11 lutne we don't hrriluk I.A~l'1n l4~ 11314g 11 1114 a HIjly'i lel dia. ftne M u u'lupw-kety . 'rllcn I'I(U' lN l lie i I i .n 18 it iil 111114 I te p11: In luI:i u 314 l g31 1' rule 111 mle- ai a Spec~tul hI~l~lglIa i Iho 1131~~ I'l('Ii 111 I Il Backe ho1 -Iti Illu. Yiil wedn',111 dhiniu touay's gaiiven lInd 1111 Ius ...

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