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

TNI! INTR MOUNTAAI'S ANACONDA DPARITMfEN YOUTHFUL CROOKS TWO BOYS ENTER BOUSE AND TAKE WATCH AND CHAIN. THEY HAD KEY THAT WORKED Disposed of Charm to Man on the Street-Mrs. McHale Took Lads to Police Station and They Were Locked Up. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, May 9.-Cavour Audrloll, aged 13 years, and Joe Proxtel, aged 9 years, were arrested last evening on a charge, of having stolen a watch and locket from a house on East Front street. The older of the boys claimed that Proxtel went into the house and took the valuables and then gave the locket .to Audrioll. The, latter youth residcis with Mrs. ,McHale on East Third street, and she learning that the boys had the propcer ty in their possession, gave t$1 for the watch and then accompanied the lads to the police station to secure the as sistance of Chief Taylor in returning it to the rightful owner. Both Locked Up. The boys were both locked in a cell, but Proxtel was released later at the solicitation of his parents and hi...

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. — 9 May 1902

NEWS 0 STORIES Or`r MOL s fAl PRsIINPECETS AND CAMPS PRODUCERS LLI CREEK MINES CORUNDUM DEPOSITS THERE ARE BEING OPENED UP. MILL WILL SOON BE BUILT Grading for the Foundation Is 1., Progress-Ore Is Being Raised From the Workings Right Along. But little has heben Hi:li i lately of the Elk ('r'eck coi.uintll niines ofltv the Mrin tana L' Irun IIumn comtnpany., ni t fur ic'k of new s of interest I th ill, ito h'., l el s, b utl | iee n, se th e i ir u1| ; 111. y h a s I ,, - 1 p uwl |h - ing the work of dteluptaulnt, Mnys thu Iozenii n ( " l'onliIcl'. That somrething is . ling . o.tin. :it the mines, alln hie Vtli'hi for by the holti, and liverly int, ho tiav ei , cter l lto the comforts of the rtlpresentli tl s tit' the ma1nufacturers arl d i ii li . c"tlrs hoi mnetie Visill tndhe 1I11' iiin I e past ro'k A force of men has thtin engaged at for the mill and enilaging tlht neeonuiniu diatlons at tho emIa' p, gra. inglllK 'ai: sl al excaywi ing for the mill f loulrtlaihns. The masonsl w...

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. — 10 May 1902

BUTTE INTER MOUNTAIN. VOL. XXII. NO. 41 BUTTE, MONTANA. SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 10, 1902. PRICE FIVE C MARY BUTTEs as6(ATT JTCHE R Mac LANE BALL'ThAM PRSIDEN T ARE HAPPY WILL HoLoDS IT6 "- 4o T116 b0o To OWN ATIoNAL e * t $CjOQL UPRAG W * ze ® Tt IS 114\$t TNt b 4 ?EAVES How the Iter Mt* s S te onHSHe BUW How the Inter Mountain Artist Sees the Humorous Side of the Week's News. FURTHER DETAILS FROM CENTRAL AMERICA MORMON ELDER WRITES A LET TER FROM GUATEMALA ABOUT RECENT EARTHQUAKES. PEOPLE DIE BY THOUSANDS For the Past Month Shocks Have Been Almost of Continuous Occurrence -Stench Unbearable-Bodies Cannot Be Recovered. (By Associated Press.) Salt Lake, Utah, May 10.-In a letter to the presidency of the Mormon church, dated April 23, from Paul Henning, elder and representative of the church in Gua temala, further details are given of the disastrous earthquakes in that country. "The whole northwestern region," said Mr. Henning, "one of the richest in Cen tral America, is in ruins. The e...

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. — 10 May 1902

OLD SHIff SOLD W3mNOE DI3OOAIT1IVN O!DJDTS RIzNG LAR.Ge PRmOEB. UNIQUE SPANISH CARVING One Piece Brings More Than Eleven Thousand Dollars-Paintings and Other French Decora tive Objects. (liy Assoelated PreMs.) New York, May 10.--A nother big in i of old French decorative btJ(cIs and furniture, the propel ty of Ernest lireckett, Mt. P., which is In progress at Q'hriaties, has attriated mulch attention. The sensation of the first day carme when there was lIlt 11p a unitil tliriidych of crnrved, paintied and Kili wood, standl ing t13 inches high, of Spanish early six teenth century1 work. The central panel wit ih-I was dlivided in two parts huts arclel lops withl ornWi mients contained in 1it uptright p 1miai it h chti r u s headl it the i I rner.ll , l ,ll -1 carted In high relicf ;,,, :hostting "; i asodla from the life of I'thel ;tie ma hw Virgin Mary. These are b1rd101111 by nriIl nWis"u, with figurrs of King Iilti Ild otiler acr"ipttural pfersona'g'"s hohldilginepio serolls, titan...

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. — 10 May 1902

Ioetama's largest Grocery, May 40 Tonight's Specials FRUITS Fancy navel oranges, extra large, the 60c per dozen kind, special today, dowsn ...................36C Fancy rhubarb, nice large stalks, today, pound .. . ..2o Fancy lemons, dozen, 20c and..15c VEGETABLES Fine parsnips, 5 pounds........10c Horseradish root. pound ......121c Green or wax beans, extra fancy, pound ...................20C Green onions, bunch............. 10 Fresh green asparagus. Pound .......... .. ....S. 8 1-3c Fancy tomatoes, spinach, lettuce, sweet potatoes, etc. PRESERVES Silver Kettle Currant Jelly-the finest we have ever had the privi lege of selling-packed in the finest thin glass tumblers, worth 25c; special price..............15e Anderson's cranberry sauce, extra fine, 2 lb can, special........15C Anderson's strawberry or rasp berry jam, in 5 lb tins, worth 75c, for ...50 SLICED PEACHES Peacock sliced peaches, in pound cans, dozen, $1.45; can ...... 12C Charter Oak sliced peaches, 2% lb can, worth 25c ...

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. — 10 May 1902

DAILY INTER MOUNTAIN tessaed Every Evening, Ezoept Sunday. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING CO Address all mail to Inter Mountain Publishing company. 26 West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Omlicial Paper of Silver o ow County and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per year, by mall, in advance......$7.50 IT carrier, per month................ .75 TELEI'HONE NU11111:ts: Editorian Rooms ..............42R -(a rings) Bfuiness Ofmt................4tl-(1 ring) SATUIIJ)AY, MA'.' 10, 1202. Anyhow ITutto Is third on the list :tli, Portland ant RSnith are wit htol l ill to climb. hilver flow county has no 1h-ht. 1loral: It pay's to have"I th11 wihooli of industry running. If Villinitn.Tenningis Itryan rtill r" g. is hinhelf a pLesidentiatn tut p o vibiiity, ]:as the hope that sIi tgsurin I liltni. htiumn breast, but hth re i s s mi thing t1,"" math r with the breast that preve"nt' it,, realitation. Ait the realia tion in a case of this kind is th" nmain tiling. Lisbon Is the seething center of pecte ju...

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. — 10 May 1902

IN THE FAMILY 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 installments. Montana Music Co. 119 N. Main Street pingpong Championahip 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. PIONTANA BOOK CO. CSr. Park ane 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..... 124...

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. — 10 May 1902

10 R[MOV[ NOLAN SCHEME TO OUST PRESIDING IUDGE OF COURSING EVENTS. CLUB MEN ARE INDIGNANT Denounce Proposition to Hire an Inex perienced Man, and Will Fight the Movement at a Meeting Tomorrow Afternoon. Coursing promises to he c-ne of the popular sporting fads in Itutte this suin nue-, but there is it disagt rn-ment among the members of the coursing cll) over the question of who is to preside as judge. During the last two or three years W. K. Nobin has tilled the position, anti, as he possesses a Ihori-ugh knowledge of the business, he has girvi first-class satisfactlln. 'i'hic is it disposition on the pait of one t r tiwo I ((i i eri , how ever, to siie-track hitlt this year and enmploy a mian whose exper-4-ivne in that line Is at tri--i- t I tiiinkii-,wii lauatitIty. As a i.e-tei of the :urtilaiiy ntlion on the part of one or t N% P, a nit ing of the mientters of the i-club is Pu be heldi to marii o,( afternoon to disclu:i'+ thii .ituln tunn andll halk. Such notltio ;iii ill tht" ...

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. — 10 May 1902

MRS. GRADY FRRt WOMAN IS RELEASED AFTER A XONTE'S dNPINErMENT. POINTS IN INTERESTING CASE Contradictory Statements Made by Her and Corroborative Evidence Secured Mixes Officials in Alleged Poisoning. Mrs. Minnie Grady, wearing a black dress and laboring under the excitement of her freedom, walked out of the county jail to return to her home after a month's confinement in the jail. When she was arrested a month ago she was charged with contracting a se cret marriage with a young man sev eral years'her junior, and today she war asked if it were true that she 'had re married since the death of her husband, Frank P. Grady. "I did not get married last summer and I am not married now," she replied Then she related that she has a friend who is a young man, and that 'he is smitten with her and Induced her tc have some full length photographs of a mtriking character taken. Mrs. Grady is a woman of fine figure, and the por' traits were of a kind to bring out her curved contours under the drap...

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. — 10 May 1902

SPORTS IN A SUMMARY KIND OF WAY If the truth is known Manager Mc Closkey of the Iutte team and President Lucas are pretty good friends. They camne to Montana together early last spring for the purpose of inviting Butte and Helena into the Pacific Northwest league. If the Butte team Is getting any the Worst. of it at the hands of Presldent Lucas the supporters of the team in B1utte naturally look to the manager of the temnt to right matters. In other words it is up to Mct'loskey, and those who are acquainted with Mct'loskey arc aware that he is titute capable of deal log %t ilth a baseball situation, no matter hate knotty. Home Team Always Favorites. ]Tllit- is represented by as good a team n+ there is in the legaue. So far they have played good bhll considering the fict that they are away front hom. It is th history of baseball that the home team always has Ii shade the best of it In every exigency. Bolster Up Weak Spots. MtCloskey's men have demonstrated that they carn hit the lall...

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. — 10 May 1902

TN!F INT!R MOUNTAI N'$ IANAONDA DEPARTMENT' INQUEST IS fELD[ TURY DID NOT RENDER VERDICT OVER DOWER. WILL INVESTIGATE FURTHER May Take a Trip to the Scene of Ex plosion Before Completing Case Many Witnesses Were Ex amined Last Night. (Special to Inter Mountain Anaconda, May 10.-The coroner's jury impanelled by Coroner Hughes to hold an inquest over the remains of Lawrence Dower, who died as a result of his in jur:es received in Thursday's explosion at the new works, did not finimn their work last night but will meet again this morning and may take a trip to the smelters to have a look at the place be fore rendering their verdict. A large number of witnesses were call ed to testify last night and th jury did its best to get at the facts in the case. Best Idea Given. The witness who gave the jury the best idea of how the affair happened was W. It. Van Lieu, general foreman of the converter plant. Mr. Van Lieu stated that the disas trous results of the affair must have been caused by c...

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. — 10 May 1902

LEJ iN[ AND MININ PODUERS NOW IN Or[RAiION fIG MILL ON THE KENDALL TS CRUSHING ORE. WILL TREAT 350 TONS PER DAY It Is Claimed That There Are 750,00J Tons of Ore In Sight-It Is All Low Grade -A Huge Deposit. 'Fihl LiulttingM ii jiht nttthiiilitt in the4 tind Itt til ~thitts lit I M itk i lin i m Imporiet ivi ntilt tilt ii 1111 tilfii th i tillp liii lii 1)911 I i th Ii tii't t ill : in tilt, tilon t liii Depofth o OityetBd. nkon jii ttti mui liiii i tilt ii d liii iii i t baitd t rml t mlt snl I lii ti 1 athll it ti h iiihin i I 111. itut I ii Iiii.o titii it lit) Ilvi ilgittin itr 771i1.ul tilil Itttvl oth rthhu Mititu t it ul.11 t t. 'ingh wiii tit het tiit it li 1sitts i ii st i t tillo tiht liii h mi ltuitthii n2 lu hiti itt mtuk . Afllu itht.' c1t tri, liltr Nv i mol t yn It; Str iiii at th pla t hean mill lio t .h t ill i t ierN rntuisela If ith insnatgtuinet.ofii ithe l iiro of entry~lle ii lii liii toitle ... CITY WATER... Pipes Are Now Laid Over the Entire McQUEEN ADDITION L...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 10 May 1902

SOCIETY NEWS OF MONTANA. z *@O~oO~o~Oe.....ee...... meeeeseesseeeeeeeeeeeooemeNe..e..e.."e.............N..N.......; Deer Lodge. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Deer Lodge, May 10.-Under Sheriff De was called to Avon Tuesday. George S. Miller of Anaconda visited his family here Sunday. Phil H. Miller of Helena came in Wednesday for a short visit. Attorney O'Bannon was in Avon Tues day and Wednesday. . Percy Napton. Jr., was down from Anaconda Sunday to visit 'his friends and relatives. Will Young of Butte was down Sunday to spend the day with friends. B. F. Crosswhite went up to Butte Wednesday afternoon. W. B. Rhoads was called to Anaconda twice during the week. Robert Gage of Helena was In Deer Lodge Monday. After a lengthy visit here with rela tives Ferd Pierson has returned to his home in Great Falls. Mrs. Sam Scott visited several days 'ast' week with Mrs. A. H. Mitchell at Warm Springs. Miss Lola Robinson spent last Sunday In Garrison, where she was the guest of Miss Annie McGrath...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 10 May 1902

Club Circles of Montana's Chief City O Nli of the lending pepers of Lon Angc'lcs, romnirnting on the great gathering of women in that city for the biennial conv'ntion of the General Federation, has this to say: "When Wordsworth declared that 'the aacrl is full of pnt'try' he diil nut have it combined blennial of a general federation of Women's clubs and a Los Angeles La FaietiL on hand. But could he walk down Spring street today and take ci look al La Fiiesitt's dripings of rtc l and yel low, and Old Glory's colors thrown in welc'iming brightness to ith itt'c""ra in Itonor of the women of cluldom, gownccd in their prettiest, he wo id be in clinid to think that most of that poetry hart iten transferrtld to Los Angeles. "The looked-for 'fast of reason ant n lnw of spul' will not be ;'ii tie en joyni'nt gotten out of the six days by 'icy mens, for such fecsting of cvyis as has altecdy ih en dlne with hutdicotic gowns lint Icarcis milltincry for sub jects, a ith the pretty ities under t...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 10 May 1902

GREEN ROOM GOSSIP FOR THEATER 6OERS * * * ATTRACTIONS O TES WIEE * * Button's Broadway. * * Sunday, Monday and Tuesday- * * Williams and Walker. * * Wednesday and Thursday-E. S. * * Willard in the "Cardinal and 0 * Tom Pinch." * * Friday and Saturday-Dark. * * UpIon family Theater. * * McEwen, the hypnotist. * * - * ">H aguire's Grand Opera. * * Dark. * * * *** ** **** ******** *** the close of the theatrical sea W ELL, well here 'we are, right at son-and what a season it has been. While some plays principally of the melo-dra matte order-given at the Butte theaters, have not altogether suited the people, yet taken as a whole we have had a generous number of first-class attrac tions. The kind of play that has suited the greater number of people is of the comic opera or musical comedy order. All shows of this kind have drawn good houses. Some of the best plays in the Inoe of tragedy also received good pat ronage. But, taken all in all, the class of plays have been the best ever pre...

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. — 10 May 1902

What Is Doing in Gay Society. HERE is nothing: more true than that "Tn the spring the young man's fanry lightly turns to thoughts of love." one need not be particularty surprised then thet every aid and abetment to this springtime tendeney should he hailed with joy. If there Is any nite thing more than anothtr that the mishtievous blind god revels in, it is golf, with taill Its thie trappings and modish hilments. Now, at the opening of the golf season, what a srrut try threr is of pridlM and iartons, and what ai pl1nning of smart ai rutr ia going hurriedly on while our finrt warm, teeutiful days are inviting ius linkwnr1ls. Already the anore enihuisastle golfsrs have taken (a lurn or two around the eourses and sevi rtal drags tand tallyhos have itia. ntialit trips. The mnail, enterprising boy with the fnddy erg is hiegnnlig to ii ure on antiiripatrtir profits and is in eiirence. grinning as only etadiles grin. vii Irisi o live "Iwo-bit" pieirs-hush money trI kerep dark the itl rianr...

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. — 10 May 1902

GiantMachiney a.t the Greeat W shs oe Smelter Whiere RýOre sof Beutte'sntop A AL -sk Interior View of Engine Room et the Concentrator Power House, Washoe Smelter, Anaconde. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, May 10.-Much has been printed about the largest smelters in the world, the Washoe plant at Ana conda, but there Is still and will be for years to come, much that is new, Inter esting and instructive to the people at large, even to that portion of them klving within sight of the smoke from its enor mous stacks. It takes time for the stranger to go through the different buldlings and gather an intttllig'nt Idea of what Is go Ing on about hit. If the sightseer be pressed for time, It is but the magni tude of the enterprise that first appears. After entering the buildings it is the newness of the scene, the rush of the be grimed and sweating workmen, the crash of machinery, the dodging hither and thither to get out of hart's way, that absorbs his attentiji. HIe has no time to st...

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

Interesting Gossip of a Week From the Realty Men and Architects. GREEN MAJORS SHOWS OUTLOOK FUR BUTTE UNUSUALLY BRIGHT "1 hin n ldili iiirllS Ilts flfidll too thin fa't' co~tinge 'i s1tV'lr i I 1;: .1 hril though only 1t it Ilin i'i y bint %a s giv n1 II llli ' "' tllt t~iii, to is t t 1rtlil'l (' tl , ''it l~l 1 it l 1 ii( Ill't' I' .,ld ii ' tl P Ills 3i'Jii( ' 'Iy ,1 Ii' r 'iill .11101 n s lhiiiI" tiII' ii* till li's that iii~r Iii'r'' .tl i l ta' :i.'.iii t'il' ins, ii 'i' ll in 't 11111i", %. s 1\t1. 1 1 h'ti a~i 0 Ill I 11, s l \t' a i y ' arslui' illn r" l u r li t. ,' ll tinirt l lit i is' S lu 1i'Iii aii d'\'Irlr Ii thyl oIiu lna h tih ,u' u'su in I ir 1.--f111.1;1il I ;ii g sail' Ili.'l u la ''iii v. x(1-'"i' ,III' ault~ f lau.uall WI' (~Il I fi[g a ~ialgu ill lay-nIT. lr';ln i i" ii'If tiii' 1.1 ll of'li t 'hu a-tv. 'l ais 1' tr1181 h i! hui'ul thultl Ih I ii' hii'o.t Mill sli lit- il ii.'w itil ; 'Ind l 111ti''' ;illt silt;;l 11111 4 t's ''ll ha, I1tt h'',i'last''i ''' h...

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. — 12 May 1902

SBUTTE INTER MOUNTAIN. VOL. XXII. NO. 48 BUTTE. MONTANA. MONDAY EVENING, MAY 12, 1902. PRICE FIVE CENTS u -nan unm m nn n ,, MITCHELL SAYS TII-UP COMPL[ET THOUSANDS Of MEN HAVING QUIT RAILROAD OFFICIAL BSAYS THAT HIS COMPANY HAS NO NOTION OF A LOCKOUT. COAL FAMINE IS NOW FEARED Companies Say They Will Not Irritate the Men But if a Fight Is Decided Upon Ready to Give Them All the Fight They Desire-Still Some Hope for a Settlement. (Ry Associated Press.) Reranton, Pa., May 12.President Mitchell of the United Mine Workers. stated this morning that the tie-up In the three anthracite districts is complete. Aprroximately 140,000 men and boys are idle. An official of the Delaware, Lacka wanna & Western railw:ay said today that that corporation had no intention of resorting to a lockout. "We don't intend to Irritate the nlwn and the other comnpanies aret' of the san-me mind," he added. "The situation is now in the hands of the miners. After Wednesday it will be in ow' hands. "We apprec:...

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. — 12 May 1902

ROYAL WELCOME ZUROPEAN PRINCES ARE VISIT ING IN SPAIN. KING CAPABLE AND CLEVER United States Ambassador Treated With Utmost Oonsideration Functions Conducted With Dignity and Ceremony. (fly Ash tlated PrI' .e4.) New York, May 12.-The Spanish gI'v erninent is following .ziglish procl'ontl in c"nteritininlg a Iarge iildy of iluro lpean prl'ncers andt foreign rpll'resentatlvs who will witness the king's ilvil in nuguratlon, saysi a MadrlI ispI.latl' l. Prilnces are eiitheri guests f the c'ro'lwn In palaces or Ihouses i II ith i 'iliiplet1 1 retinue of sertv:ltll lpllatl t ttheilr dlls posal. Speial] Ambassalor f ui't' atu, (lea eral lt'lore, ntin, as relreslntatives I of Ithe Unilt.i States tanl F,'ril,,e, ur", pro'vilh-l with houses anid aill the sl, "-iil ltiil s 1till1rs lure treated 'wllh distiictlion. lEachl has a roya lll carriage t illslll e nl nlind snti a Spanish grit'i , to wait upon himl. LSpain 1ay h ,111 (Ils. 11i l tolotlitl empi re,lll. but shei has her ld ntime prilt il...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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