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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 30 May 1902

THE INTER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA DEPARTMENT ILLUSTRIOUS DEAD TO BE REMEMBERED VETERANS OF THREE WARS TURN OUT TO PAY TRIBUTE TO THEIR FORMER COMRADES. PROGRAM IS CARRIED OUT QUITE SUCC..SSFULLY Une of March Started on Commercial and Went South on Main to Hill Ceme tery Where Services Were Held More Than Two Hundred in the Pro cession-Business Houses Closed. tSPECIAT. TO INTER MOUK'TAIN.] Anaconda, May 30.-In observance of Decoration day all the county and city offices in Anaconda are closed today, as well as stores, with the exception of the drug stores, which keep open Sutday hours. At to o'clock the line of march started from the Mattie block in the following order: Marshal and aides, drum corps, firing squad, police squad, G. A. R., Spanish American war veterans, K. of P. uniform rank, boys' brigade, lady quartet, school children, citizens and carriages. The procession moved west on Commer cial avenue, then directly south on Main street to the lhill cemetery, behind the courthouse, ...

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. — 30 May 1902

EWS MONTAN MINEI AND MINING IO.OND ROSPECTS.s L AMPSJ lviILUMN NG L PRODUCERS~.J MINING BOOMERS START FAKE BOOM "DESERT BOOSTERS" START FALSE REPORT ABOUT LONE MOUNTAIN IN NEVADA TO CREATE A RUSH. MO"RIS CAHILL WRITES OF TONOPAH DISTRICT Says That the Big Company Has a Pay ing Property With Rich Ore-Thomas Lynch Secures a Lease During a War Between Factions and May Make Sev eral Millions of Dollars. ilorris (';c ill,. formierly a lminr of nttte. lnt n,,%w ;1 h tlpl,t,;lr.v t.itian.l of, "Tonopahlt \t . N.v.. has ailt'l .,h h\ll ville oi \\'alk rt ill a litter c nll nll iJn In the lpistle Mr. tihill says that a nininililg ,ilpany (peratini lih.r, has ht a conlitract fr piping water nto il t 1 pl h fruitm a ptint 5 t miilh, aws ay. 'l1iu w;ltr is to suillpply the inlhtabiltl n t of thil, twi and ,l t lt i so:nlt p sill which ihll cme llfo ,n" iitilds to erectl. I i say, it will ,ikl, a ylir to l nl h iil thIle m ill. :t, till Ihe nis; chinltry ;in other stlpplies ~ ill h,.s lit Ive fr...

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. — 31 May 1902

STHE BUTTE IVNTER MOUNTAIN VOL. XXII NO. 64 w*ath*r For*,t. BUTTE, MONTANA, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 31, 1902. Showers Tomorrow. PRICE FIVE CENTS - _ ,II I !II I IDI IUDI , , , , ý M Id V 4 D . ,o 1mý. µ4 ,M+. : 'i ll l l . , ,Ra }4r~ a 'r 41 KE It i Up +++++ t:'. il·,:· ·· ne o'r 14 -To vi NI. +. :.; +='+;A~ ,t·: + . . S":* v tr ..,+.+ . · g +++ Tea NTA ''~~lu d T A k, INTER-MOUNTAIN ARTIST'S IDIAs OF SEVEN DAYS. .C" --~: r~ ,nr .+l+.+ ;....5 + " "++?"+ " i' +:;',+++ +sl. ... ... . W R.. . .". .. . . . .. . . .l + +++' L'+ ' *. " +m CITIZENS PAYNG COUNTY LICENSE PUBLICATION OF THEIR NAMES CAUSES A RUSH ON TREASURER'S OFFICE OF DELINQUENTS. MR. BREEN IS TO, MAKE OUT THE COMPLAINTS 'ustice Courts to Handle the Cases for the County Attorney-One Lawyer Will Fight the Payment of His Pro fessional License, So He Is Quoted as Saying Today. There is no limit to the value of printer's Ink. Fifty delinquents on the list of people who were in arrears to Silver Bow county for county and state lic...

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. — 31 May 1902

GRADiUATING CLASS OF BUTTE HIGH SCHOOL. . ! 'Q '. ' .k * * U.. A t 1. .4.. , . , - * . Top row, beginning at left-Fulton Evans, Mabel Sampson, Henry Osenbrug, Alice Price, Estelle Jelich, Lucy Kehoe, Seccond row - Ella Tp'evithick, Roy Bliss, Lulu Sinscl, Steplhen Kelly, Agncs Harrington, Blaine Rheimel, Virginia Klaschke. Third row-Eva Polkinghorne, Sadie Jonas, Kate McGrath, Annie Moses. OUEL FOUGHT BY TWO COLORED MEN KNIFE FIGHT TO THE DEATH ON THE STREETS OF CHICAGO WIT NESSED BY FIFTY PERSONS. ONE MAN IS DEAD AND THE OTHER IS IN JAIL Combatants Were Cheered by the Crowd Which Made No Effort to Interfere Men Knew Each Other in the South But They Quarreled Over Money Mat ters-Make Agreement to Fight. (hici.ag.o. May 3i. I N, colored men fought a duel to the death with knive.s last night at 'I wenity sec n.l nld I irarliorn street.,. As they slasIhed ani d plunged the weapons iinto each other's body, a large crowd of mllore thl;lll 5 persoini lourld a circle around them and cheere...

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. — 31 May 1902

Irtua 's Largest mrsry, ay 29 Lunch foods Closed All Day Friday FREE Lunch Basket with your purchase of lunch goods. VEAL LOAF, I-tb can, aoc; %-lb can, toc; '-tb can.. ....Se POTTED OX TOi.GUE, '-tb can, Ioc; '-tb can............... Sc POTTED HAM, 3-tb can, Ioc; %-tb can ...... ................... Sc DEVILED HIAM, %-tb can, Ioc; %A-tb can ........................ Sc COTTAGE LOAF, I-lb can, aoc; %-tb can... . ....... ............ 0oc MELROSE PATE, game ham and tongue; %-tb can............ zoc HAM LOAF, i-tb can, aoc; %-Ib can.. ........... .... . oc BEEF LOAF, i-lb. can, aoc; '-tb can........ .... .. ..... ...... oc POTTED CHICKEN, 3-tb can, 15c; 3 -tb can.. .................. ,oc POTTED TURKEY, %-lb can... i5c CORNED HAM, a-tb can, 25c; I-tb can........................ ISc CORNED BEEF, a-lb can, asc; 1-tb can... ................... Sc WAFER SLICED DRIED BEEF, i-lb can, a5c; -thb can............ 15c BONELESS CHICKEN OR TURKEY, i-tb can, 45c:; -tb can........ a5c CHICKEN AND TONGUE, ...

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. — 31 May 1902

DAILY INTER IOUNTAIN Issued Every Evening, Except Sunday. NTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING CO. Addrces all maill to Inter Mountali Publishinig company. 26 West Granite rreet, Butte, Mont. Official Papcr of Silvcr Bow County anld City of Butte. SUIBSC'RIPTION ItATI{S: P r yea:r, by m;:il, ill advance .......$7 5' 1By carrier. pr montlh ............ 75 TEl I-'l IPON, NN'TM ItiRS : Editorial l li1,Ims ....... ..4" -- (3 ringis) };u .; n ess I.ft e ........... 4,:8, --(t rlin ) S.\TL'IMI.AY, MAY ";, tooz. 1Wanae11111 illand knows ot l hi II ati xw h u't i albiut thei $lu o.,,ir that i ii iire tIrmo the Tamfmany trie:t.ll -v. i ilrtheri l orei , IIhe lat"i hs at the id.a tihd IIu r, is any miniy mii.,ing. There i.s t .v.r awythih m leftf in ll(h trteas ry after a t; iiilii: ll. It iti t111 he bad farm. ov\'r itoday, Inter , M aintlll itin ;mld h)l .l a; h:bur.ime nes,,pap.r filhed with 1w11%, hblh lo' l 11(and gneral. iand pii esei- t Ii ed illn a niI1 nt .r It a lpp al to il heart and itvillhc....

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 31 May 1902

You have always meant to buy a STEINWAY Piano that is your ideal. You don't know how the Idea came to you that Steinways are the best. We can tell you. It Is Public Opinion No one told you so. The world say so. and when the Steinway goes home you will know why better every day. Montana Music Co. 19 North Main St 8ole Agents Sporting Goods Baseball Goods, Golf Goods, Tennis Goods, Fishing Tackle. Best at Lowest Prices. Montana Book Co Cor. Park and Academy. Fishing Tackle New Files, New Poles, New Lines, New Leaders, All Kinds of New Teckle. Baseball Goods Balls, Bats, flitts and Alasks..-all prices trom the cheapest to the best .....EVANS' BOOK STORE.... 124 North flain Street, Butte. The Value of Wall Paper lies in what is printed on them. You Want Good Colorings You Want Good Designs You Want Good Printing SWe have these in the very best styles and finish. No short rolls, no poor prints, no shoddy goods, high-priced if given away. Ellis Paint Co. Euccessors to Carder Bros Phone 10...

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. — 31 May 1902

DELARIS THUNDER MOUNTAIN A FAKE (Continued from Page One.) the horses sit dlown in the snow. From Forney it is .,o miles to Three Forks. In this same issue of the Standard is pic tured a 'sawmill near Three Forks.' This is another kind of a lic-a pictorial lie. There is ou sawmill at or any ways near Three Forks. ('ontinuing. the article says 'we have brought our stages within 45 miles of Tllhundr Mountain.' This is lie No. 3. I want it Ilistincily unlerstoand that no stages or whe.le'd vehicles of ally kind rinl ati inch farther than I:orney, setting your foot just (Ilr miles from Th'llunder M(ountain instead of 45 miles. The same article would have yvoul bli eve that it is only 'four days' from Rled Rock to Thon. der Mountaii, whent th( truth is y)ou can'tl' possibly make it in eight (lays. Describes the Route. "But I will now clint i(11' following iup the routte am.,l dlescribe it as I go,. "'From III hrce I;Fork; it is about tenll miles to liberty I'le with a fair trail andl goo...

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. — 31 May 1902

MISS STAFFORD IS TO AID MARCONI KNOWLEDGE OF ELECTRICITY SE CURES PLACE WITH INVENTOR OF WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY. SECRETARY TO BELL OF THE TELEPHONE COMPANY Is Visiting Friends in Butte Today and Says She Is Much Pleased to Assist tarconi In His Experiments-Is an Expert in Her Chosen Profession by Years of Study. It was not without a purpose that Miss Jean Safford studied electtrcity as secre tary to Professor Beli, inventor of the tels phone. So thoroughly has she mastered electricity and such an expert has she be come that she has been employed by Signor Marconi as an assistant in his ex periments with wireless telegraphy. Miss Safford is in Butte visiting friends. She will leave tonight for her home in Washington, and the latter part of June will go to Cape Braddock, on Cape Breton island, Nova Scotia, where Signor Marconi will conduct his experiments. Remarkably bright and pretty is Miss Safford, thus giving the lie to the oft repeated sthtement that a pretty girl is without brains....

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 31 May 1902

Miserable Pitching Lost Yesterday's Game Butte Sadly in Need of Men in the Box Good Hitters But Corps of Weak Pitchers WEAK PITCHING LOSES THE GAME CARTER AND DONNELLY'S DELIVERY POUNDED ALL OVER THE LOT AT HELENA YESTERDAY. rsI - l.t , ..ill 1 I 'll, l M OrS I IN., lilln, i ;lv .1i. 1Two pitchers, ('Carter and 1)Donnlly. "h'iw utlt" for iutte in yes terira ;ly'.; 1une. 'lheir delistry was pouned cer all over the lot by I;lnnery's m1(n, making the chaInces for the tuntle lealn to will out of the qluestion, ).spit thi imsulrtnmohtable h:andicap hM ar-( hkey" tea;im pliydl an up hill a:ni , roi, by Iunch. inl. ro hlitsl trlld t t hi pl l ha e 111.1 oullsll t )of the hole. aIlllner, st'oting thr iltll m' s n.lll y i Shllierl' double, Pe.ples and h=annery rteachit.g first in Katie's llap:lparentllly iexcusablt' inui.s, Shalller scoring. iPeplehs ainI IFlan nery were advanced lby 'artridlge's neat. sacrilice. tland scoirelld on tllai rl dobillle' in tlhe sec, il f illetiiigtll seliredl o...

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. — 31 May 1902

yC Yýý76hr 'p .. Iý I `Ei~E ujIWmma -t-. PO All K:fllia37E:L IIIOA"QIT7E B /'*RI JvnR'OwvA T HERE will never be a chance for the automobile to take the place of the horse in Butte. The splen did roadster and the track harness horses cannot he displaced in the greatest smining camp on earth. With the possible exception of Denver there is no town in the Northwest that has as many fine gentlemen's harness horses as has Butte. With a membership of 80 the Butte Driving club was organized in Butte six weeks ago. The individual wealth of some of the members of this club reaches the millions. The members of the club are vying with one another in the superiority of their horses and the gorgeousness of their equipage. Among other things that the Butte Driv ing club can boast of is that it is the owner of a horse that can go a quarter of a mile probably faster than any horse In the world. The horse is Christobel, by Charles Derby, with a mark of 28 seconds for a quarter of a mile. Twice has Ch...

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. — 31 May 1902

INEWS OFI MONTAIN ES AND MIilIGS O PROSPECTS CAMPS. AND PRODUCERS. RUBY GULCH NOW GOAL FOR MINERS NEW DISTRICT PROMISES TO BE ONE BEST IN MONTANA WITHIN A FEW YEARS. ACCESSIBLY LOCATED IN THE JUDITH MOUNTAINS Several Companies Are Now Working Properties and Have Good Prospects and All Indications Point to a Prosper ous Camp-Cyanide Ore Predomi nates, With Traces of Copper Found. There is i new mining district in the northern part ,of the state that is likely to develop in1to a valu.lt.e adjunct to M..on ana's minral possessions. It is knowni as 1.1hy) (;u, h, mni is situated inll an in tsntally picturesIue locality on the east side of the Iturnett division, in the IJudlith mIiou(itaiiis. anil externlitg dl.l o as far as Boyd creek. According t tle Fergs ('County Argiis the district has a very promising ftlltre. The mne IRllhy was e,.towed upon it ly early-day pr",ect.( rs who en.oII ntI red large nm.lers of smnall red garnet,; whilt )lnnlling for g ll at the head of the gualc'h, whi...

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. — 31 May 1902

THE INTER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA. DEPARTMENT LIVE BIRD SHOOT BEGINS TOMORROW :WO INTERESTING EVENTS PULLED OFF-BROWNLEE AND BUTTE ROD AND GUN CLUB MEDALS. BOTH OF THEM HELD BY D. D. TWOHY OF ANAQONDA Live Bird Champi9nship Held by Twohy to Be Contested for the Last Day It is the Last Event on the Program All Those Present Are Expected to Participate-A Battle Royal Expected. rsrECIAl. TO INTIER MO'NTAIN.] Anaconda, May 3a.-Today, the second day of the shooting tournament in this city, there are two events to be pulled olT which are of special interest to the shooters. They are the Butte Rod and Gun club medal shoot and the Brownlee medal shoot. Bloth are now in the possession of D. D. Twohy who will undoubtedly put up a gallant fight to retain them. The events schedulod for today are nine in numlber and are as follows: Event No. 2.-Anaconda Brewing com pany shoot. $25.oo added by this firm, IS single targets, entrance $S.oo; Bennett Rose, 5-3-2. Event No. 13.--Butte Rod and Gun club med...

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. — 31 May 1902

State Society. B illitaf .. Ttillings, May ,t.-Mrs. |'. Camlnphll, a vrnerbilile ltady of Miles ('ity arrived from her hoiiic, yesterdlay ninl reiiiautieil tuil this nmorlning, when she left for eliii tI visit a daiioghtir. sith li ,wholiiiii stir sill s'rlenll i short timh e isili the(n \ill illld r ttike tlie liig joulrlle.. ti lai tmn t ('ity . 1V. T.. to v'isit ;lilthtiLrl Intllhlel, \whlol ishe Jh:ltis oIt S(e ill ;I llti llnt l' r (I f yi'IIs. I)es.lite hir agie. I, s ,rs. ('mpbll. iho is on onii of lithe liolle.Vt, of i'....l¢l'l .\ ontllanl , alnticip;,ll's heir tlenihus ;iInII Ir) ing tripl w'itth tI t "he eagernes if ',in' llitteh y lliiirig('er aulll Sl y li' "ill l iiii wliti ithliirs hjer i,'. donie efiore hiir. Martin I. ii.oes .ii Mlis .~lary V. hluh crts were tarritield )'yestvrlay by the Rev. ilr. tAll. ThIi , ee orntlloy Iaik lih(e it the lpar..onai., of the Methlodi..l c.hurch. lIoth theli griiitl itltl brielc ;ire will ktin.wi atlii h iave i11ii.a y fr nilis. in ...

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. — 31 May 1902

All the News of the ta e World. COMING ATTRACTIONS. All Butte theaters dark next week. T HERE is but little doing in theal rical circles in Butte now. The Broadway will hbe dark for some time to come, so far as outside at tractions are concerned. The season, onl the whole, taking everything into considl eration, has beenl a remarkably successful one. Some of the best of the New York productions have been here, and many treats have been offered to theater goers. Bookings for the coming season are far better than for the one just about closed. The best attractions on the road are being Ibooked for the chain of theaters controll).l by the Northwestern association. The people of Butte should be thankful to this corporation for securing control of enough houses throughout this Western country to make it possible to get so many of the good attractions here. Ileretofore good attractions have been the exception, poor attractions the rule. Hereafter this order of things will be re versed, an...

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. — 31 May 1902

Doings ol Society. IlAT opportunities has the heat tiful shirt-wnist weather of the week offTered for the wear in of dainty fabrics, and what alvantanp s have eeni taken of them ? Pretty waists of the whit est su'i in tIe liniest of dots. Clrealy creations of so(test ecrtt andtl eveni filmy organdite.s dainity stthitded tint.s have plaillcencd the eye with their sprilng-time airiness. \WIh says lHtte has not its timoes of loveli.,-s-:*t least in the imatter of bright s.lllhin and ibhay ,air? Such (days as tht- we have hal this wteek: could not hie ria;lltit in all the douIinti of the nation nor ctuld weather he more nlvit ilg to ia "mllmliry :airinscs if attitc. For thie feminine c-iltitngelit if i:lt:, it h;as belen dhli!httul. Fuor the .111u, hlmlno. litsellliln gentlder, not so iimuiIh en:t be said withoult resTr Vationi. \\ ieih the sharer of his jiys anld( woes flits iv ii the co-lest and airiest of dainlty , ait is tihe tuttorttutnate briedictt sits at his, dte-ki alnd nweltrs...

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. — 31 May 1902

COMMISSIONER'S PR OCEEDING5S Of Silver Bow County for the Month of APRIL, 1902 Anrll t. Board met pursuant to adjournment at To a. m. Present--Commissioners Clark, Haggerty and Peoples, with Deputy Clerk Kennedy in attendance. Meeting called to order by Chairman Clark. Minutes of previous meeting were read and approved. Bills appearing under this date allowed and ordered paid found on Page 286 of Commissioners' proceedings. Petition was received from the Butte Street Railroad company asking for the withdrawal of certain lots in the Columbia City addition, on the Horse Canyon lode said lots, streets and alleys to be inclosed in the Columbia Gardens. The matter was taken under advisement until the ground can be viewed and the rights of the public inquired into. Day was spent in passing bills and the transaction of regular order of routine Iusinlss. Board adjiurned at 4 p. in. A:pril 2. Board lmet pursuant to adjournmllent at to a. in. Present-Colnuissioners Clark, llag;ecrty and Peopl...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 31 May 1902

Real Estate Tips For Home Builders ..Tips NEWS NOTES FROM THE woRLD.oF LA.BOR. fEALTY EXCHANGE FO,. BUTTE Dealers in heal Estate Combine for Mutual Benefit. To prevent sharpers from doing busilness in Butte realty, the prontuetlt real estate dealers of the city will organize the Butte Real Estate Exchange, There has been muntlc complainlt almotng reputable real estate dealers of men learn nlg of a deal and while it was wpending to get in and not infrequently stuch action has comllp'ely ruined the deal. ' Every reptlutalle realty man in lutte Indorses the new .xcllantge. They say that it will not on:y solidify a.mi ciombline the dealers, lut w i'l f. tcltually prevent unscruptilmi Ie1n11 frotmt ill any way inlter fering with pt n linhg dials. Forme:r (:o. cit r J. I.. Rickards is tak ing an naei e lat in the exchange and is Otic tof the mst enlthusiastic of the realty soent in its c neepiton and organizatiot. iHe says .lat it is stmetlr. tg that theJ city has long nteedld. At thle mt...

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. — 2 June 1902

THE BUTTE INTER MOUNTAIN VOL, XXII NO. 65 Weather Forecast. BUTTE, MONTANA, MONDAY EVENING, TNE 2, 902. Showers Tomorrow. FIVE CENTS BOERS HAUL DOWN THEIR COLORS AND ACKNOWLEDGE KING EDWARD AS THEIR LAWFUL SOVEREIGN STRIKERS DO NOT RETURN TO WORK GIVE UP THE FIGHT AND REPORT FOR DUTY BUT ARE NOT GIVEN EMPLOYMENT. HANDLING THE LUMBER CAUSE OF THE HITCH Hope to Settle the Teamsters Troubles Now and to Reopen the Yards Within a Few Days-Situation Is Practically as It Has Been for Some Weeks. Bright and early this morning at the entrance to every lumber yard in the city, a crowd of men assembled to resume work after the long strike. Shortly after the usual time, they all walked back again to their homes. There was no work, they were informed, andl so the shut-out is still on. Not a lumber yard in the city is selling a stick of luml ber today. It was reported on the streets Saturday that the trouble was nearing an end alnd that the men were willing to return at the old scale. Sunday morn...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 2 June 1902

HEAVY MACHINE IS TOSSED IN AIR AUTOMOBILE AND TROLLEY CAR COME TOGETHER WITH GREAT DAMAGE TO CARRIAGE. FOUR PERSONS WERE SERIOUSLY INJURED Both Were Going at a High Rate of Speed and Were Unable to Stop in Time to Avoid the Crash-Some of the Wounded Have a Small Chance of Recovery. [BY ASSOCIAiE:D I'1ESS..] New York, June 2.--our persons have been seriously injured, two of thIem fatally, it is feared, in a cra,;h at Rock away heach between an automobile and trolly car. The injured: WVilliam N. ( o11ard, Manhattan, legs and arms laccratdc. William A. finlmore, .Mlanhltatt;. cut on head, face and naids. Mtrs. A. (ihtre, ManhattLian, intrnal injuries; small chance of r .ecovt-ry. l)orothy Str:a~;nm., 8 years old. Man hattan; head crusihed. All ,of the injiuruil w .r-r in the autllin, bile party.ewhich was piloted by Mr. (il more, acting ch:ifleur. The atutonol ile, ulo'vintg at a high rale of sptced, alpproached the L.ong. Isla l railroad crossing at \Vainwright IPlace. ])artinlg along...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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