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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 18 January 1902

THE PIANOLA The Planola Is on exhibition at our store, No. 119 North Main street, and visitors are always welcome. The merely curious as well as in tending purchases are cordial y in vited to call and examine and hear this wonderful instrument play the piano. Sold on small monthly payments when so desired. MONTANA MUSIC CO.. 119 N. Main St. BLANK BOOKS 0FFlC[ SUPPLIES Big eut on all Fancy Goods and Picture Frames Montana Book Co. W. H. KLEIN, Manager 209 N. Main St., Butt., 'Phone 294 Nreg BlIank Books For .N'ew Year Ledgers, Journals Day Books, Diaries Files and Filing Cases Typewriter Supplies of all kinds Office Supplies at Cheapesrt Prices EVANS' BOOK STORE 114 N. /lain St Office Supplies Cash Boxes Bond Boxes Docunient Boxes P. O. Letter Boxes Stock Files Bill Head Cases Eyelet Malchines Paper Fasteners Copy Holders Postal Scales Rubber Stamp Pads Wire Desk Trays Blotter Baths Single Account File or Small loose leaf Ledgers CALKINS' OOK STORE If You Only Knew How beautiful the ...

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. — 18 January 1902

SUITS FOR $40,000 BROUGHT AGAINST ATTORNEYS IX DAVIS ESTATE LITIGATION. DRENNAN AND DEMOND SUED plaintiffs G. W. Davis and Elizabeth Bowden-Alleged Defendants Re ceived Money and Turned It Over to Heirs. A suit has been flied in th diisLtilet court by G. W. Davis, as tihe :'Ialliil/.s trator of tile estate of t . I'. DavisJ, ill Incompetent, agatillst AttornysJ C. 1P. Drennan of Butte and C. ,I. DLalllond if New York to recover $;U,000. 'The pIltill tiff alleges that the amount xsued l for is owing to C. I'. Davis ss nan.y rc celved by the defendants, axs hi.r i:aw yers. for himl, froama the A. J. Davis (s tate. The omlnplaint says that thi defen dants recilved the suana of $30.454. but have tu and over only '10,-15I. .\n effort is also being made Ina this ('ourt to have Drennaaan and Deanlolld ralealll\ d na the Ineolmpetent's inl aye -aa tad Itah, iirml of Roote & Clark slubstiluted. A Second Suit. Drennan and DIerlnonll were attorneys for Elizabeth Bowdln and Jlnarrlt Wood, a...

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. — 18 January 1902

H(ALEY '0ONTEMT UUOa oCLANoT mWxs A3W FlMb XII JVDGXUNT. LAWYER'S CONDUCT DESCRIBED Aoomnd of Sneering, Grimacing and Swaggering-Called Contumacious and Detant-Interesting Document. , Judge Clancey today signed his judg anent in the Healey contempt proceed ing. Two weeks ago he fined Lawyer James E. Healey $10 for what his honor apparently considered "butting in" at the wrong time in a hearing in the famous Celestia Nixon house case. The judgment which was filed in the court as well as signed contains a very interesting description of Healey's alleg ed contemptuous conduct. From the allegations in the judgment Hlealey might be regarded as a man of histrionic as well as legal attainments. The judgment, after reciting that a witness in.the Nixon suit was asked cer tain qutstions, proceeds as follows: Counsel asked the witness the follow ing questions: "Did you know that at that time the place was not in the possession of Andrews?" "I know the Nixons." "Answer the question." Where He B...

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. — 18 January 1902

INTER MOUNTAIN'S DEPARTIMENT OF SPORT WADE WINS HARD FIGHT OPIE LASTS FIFTEEN ROUNDS IN GAME CONTEST. CENTERVILLE BOY IS PLUCKY Surprised His Friends With His Gen eralship and Gameness-Mill Was Pulled Off on the Flat Early This Morning. It as Jack Wade's hardest battle but It was aon with a punch. Aftel' 15 I'rounds of fast qggressive t (rlk, during which "Kid" sOp, several times was cheered as the wilnn'r, the gumle little fighter went dowil to defeat bttore the terrible right of the state chai mnp',l. It \ai, a light worthy of chaimpion sl.il hono'rs--a battle which raised both rla.nl ibu\e the ranks of local fighters and brought them to the level of the in ttrnational class of championship nRairl alts. It was a contest in which neither mTan could be tipped as a winner until the final ex:ilange that I.iought the rlucky Cenlterville boy to the floor after the gamest battle in the history of Butte's fistic events. On onle rilde was aggressive gamenllless backed up with exceptional s...

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. — 18 January 1902

Anarconda News. HE IS THE HERO SUDGE TRIPP 'TT1 Is BtCEIVING XANY COItGBRATULATIONS. FIGHTERS ARE .VANQUISHED He Was Interviewed Resulting in Ob talning Information That if Wade Opie Fight Occurred All Would Be Prosecuted. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Jan. 18.-Judge W. H. Trip pett, the present acting county attorney of Deer Lodge county, was the recipient of many congratulations last night and today for the successful stand he took in preventing tila pulling off in this city last night of the Wade-Opie fight. Judge Trlppett so completely vanquish ed the fighters and their backers that it has been the talk of the town ever since. The affair was not without its amusing incidents. Yesterday forenoon, when it became known that County Attorney Duffy had absented himself from the city And left Judge Trippett in full charge of his office, the sports at once began to ret uneasy; they knew that the acting Bounty attorney had a decided antipathy to prize fights and pugilists In gen...

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. — 18 January 1902

* -, Q LA7-R C .ARII fP Bo nOP 1, · - NE of the rihst couinties in any Plte n te II t Iini11 1, hi nii liIteit, ii lolg timeL, for a ciunty hospItal, but t lI astl it is to have one of a modern kild , 'whlih \ Ill :,e eiqual to the neci.essithes of th"e ,~iutlly for a long time to c(om!'e, it Is IN 'l'vi '1. County Commn utsloiner Clarc·k \prjesses the hope that the inew\ ounlty hi.splitil, nOW In coulrse of 'niostI'rniIII, \\111 Ie Completed biy next suniner''. "WVe hope to finish iand furlllsh th" building by spring," he salt aI dy i r so ago, In an intervliew oilI tlie illi.jlct. "There tI the Interior of lthe strlctureiri to finish and the heatlh.g aitl water plants to put in yet, but a\\ thillk Ih,. 'ork can be completed whelin spriil1 ililli conies." "When do you expect to hlav Is li hu. piltal III c.nollminion and occuplit'l by li tlents?" he was asked. "It will be open aind running bIy sui. - Oner unlet soiollothiliig uniiforsee;i hal pens. As oUr ia p lia t e 1111OW, tin' n...

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. — 18 January 1902

OILi NI " }~Ar O .i~4", w 1\ 'WW r·i ' Pro" : ~~C~~IQ Ptl aýý ": º X11 U.LLY 1600 Elks from Butte and other Montana cities are making preparations to attend the meet ing of the grand lodge at Salt Lake. Now, when two or three Elks are gathered together, there is always something doing, and particularly if they are Elks bred on the Western plains and on the foothills of the Rocky Mountains and stimulated by the ozone which is always on tap-Elks like ozone for stimulant-but when three train loads of the antlered herd pull south from Butte, next August, for the City of the Saints on pleasure bent, it will be a sight worth seeing. Purple will be the prevailing color; a livller purple will change upon the pur ple hills, and the very air will be purple with exuberance and Elk spirits. Silver Bow lodge is raising a junket fund of large proportions which it pur poses to devote to making the lodge the banner one both in numbers and in ap pearance, arid when the Montana dele gation, 1000 stro...

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. — 18 January 1902

WEEK WITH CLUBS AND CLUB WOMEN C LiUB LIFE is moving along smoothly and evenly in Butte. There has been no meeting of the Butte Federation of Clubs for some time, but one will be called by the president, Mrs. T. W. Busso, next week, if the members can find time to attend one. If not, one will be called later, before the lit. A number of resolutions passed by the clubs of the city and recommendations from the same clubs regarding existing evils and nuisances will be acted upon. Club' members are already discussing the question of delegates to ti, National Federation meeting in Los Angeles. There is no lack of candidates for the honor in every club. Butte has four federated clubs, the Woman's, Atlas, West Side Shakespeare club and the Homer, all of whom will send representa tives according to their numerical strength. The Homer Club. The Homer club met on lst Monday at the rooms of the lHuttl Ittiness M1en's association. The attendance was good allI mlch interest was manifest d in di....

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. — 18 January 1902

IMASONIS OF HIGH DEGREE ASSEML. IN 2V&E JVEX WtEEK, "At the dawn of the twentieth century, where the light of Masonry is most po tential in displaying the darkness of ages, we welcome our brethern of the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite to our fifth annual re-union." Such Is the greeting extended by the members of the Rite in the "Valley of Butte" to their brethren who will as semble from all over the state next Mon day for their four days' ceremonies and celebration. The imembers of the Rite intend that the fifth annual re-union of the Scottish Rite bodies of the Valley of Butte, Ori ent of Montana, shall be an occeslon for I. P. O*GWADY. general rejoicing and attended by ap propriate ceremonies. The small and widely scattered mem bership of one hundred years ago in the United States, was the nucleus from which the Rite has grown to be a most powerful and influential factor In mrod ern civilisation and its members are a power in the councils of the states and nation. The approxim...

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. — 18 January 1902

.f/ 4v T HERE was noticeable this week r a slight reaction from the whirl of gaiety of the holiday season when society seemed possessed1 of an industrious and determined inclination to be gay every moment of 4he 24 hours. Mrs. U. K. Lewis has t been the guest of honor at all the large affairs of the week. Hecr legion of friends seemed determined to make her visit a gay one and they are succeeding ad mirably. Next week promises an awakening and several functions are to be given for Mrs. J. K. Clark and for Mrs. J. Benton Leggat. From then on to Ash Wed nesday society will be gay to the verge of brilliancy. Interesting events of all kinds are being planned, among them several novel modes of entertainment. The procession will move briskly for ward until Lent. Cupid continues to be fatally Indus trious and his shafts have hit home In several cases, but mention is forbidden for the present. But May and June will see some of Butte's public men and prettiest girls united. Mrs. W. A. Smith ...

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. — 18 January 1902

Mr. m tMrsI. Sam Johnstone, Mrs. M. L. Cunninlhatm, Mlie Tuttle, J. RON :Clark. After dinner the entire party were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J, K. Heslet at the theatet. Senick Dinner Ta'aday. Dr. and Mrs. W. Leonard Rentok en-. tertained at dinner on 'Thursday at their home on West Park street. The fat, round table decoratioitg. were ali` of Metor roses. Their guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walker Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Will Clark, Mrs. M. L. Cunningbham, Miss Tuttle, Charles Renick, Judge George Clark. After dinner the party were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Clark at the theater, ) and at a supper after the performance, given at the Clark home. Pasemore Luncheon. . Mrs. John Passmore entertained at luncheon last Wednesday afternoon at her home on the West Side. Her guests were: Mrs. John Evans, Miss Anna Evans, Mrs. David Leys, Mrs. E. G. Smith, Mrs. Parley, Mnrs. Groene. vo.l, Mrs. E. S. Passmor , Mrs. S. A. McMillan, Miss Mildred McMillan T'he Columbia Club Dance. The Misses Nis...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 18 January 1902

. - *tNIflt\ nb UL A ~f~ f for the Brief Season of Ice Sport. Coral Red Proclaimed the Cor rect Thing. Fancy Collars Still the Vogue. T IS worth while facing even bron- ' chitis and the chances of a frost- ' bitten nose in ordert to go out and see what the lce maidens are wear tog, says a New York fashion letter. From their tots to their toques not al detail that might coontribute to the ef fectiveness of thelir alpearance has been I overlooked; yet for this reason the skat ing dress is very much what each steel shod damsel finds most becoming to her particular style. Nine-tenths of tile skaters, however, have adopted Tam O'Shanters as the best and most coin fortable headgear, and they wear them in all shades of red from mulberry pur pie to hollyberry crimson, and knitted or cut from felt, Scotch bonnet cloth, camels' hair or corduroy. A few very topping girls appear on the ice in Tams of broad tail, or sealnkin, but these extravagances tare few and far between, while the jolly flat...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 18 January 1902

HOW 0V~2 RAIL'ROADS TPRI1VE nu:u n' l u m"mnum |m · . CCORDING to the preliin.ary returns of the inter- tate com merce commission the railroads of the United States gained an other $1000,000,000 in gross earnings for the fiscal year 1901, comparing results with those for 1900, the amount for the first time on record exceeding $1,600, 000,000. As the figure given is $1,678,000,000 Qnd as results for 1895 were $1,075,000,000, the expansion in seven years has been pIo less than one-half billion dollars, or close upon 50 per cent. Previous to 1895 the best year for the railroads was 1893, When earnings were $1,221,000,000, hence lost ground has been recovered and an improvement shown of $356,000,000, or nearly 30 per cent, placing the recent high point against the high point reached before the depression set in, which has now passed Into history. These striking comparisons are per haps evidence enough of the prosperity of present conditions, but even with such facts-in mind as those quo...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 18 January 1902

Mines and Mining. A SECOND COMSTOCK IT IS SAID TO HAVb BEEN FOUND IN NEVADA. SALT LAKERS HAVE A SLICE Pay Streak Varies From Five to Twelve Feet Between Walls - Assays About 1400 Per Ton in Gold and Silver. While declining to discuss til com mercial feature of his trip into 'Tono pah, Nev., Col. II. 0. Ileffrorn, contract ing representative of the Hingham Con solidated smelter, who returnted yester day after an absence of over two, wetks, characterized the discoveriesi, r in thel camp as "the biggest an, d miist wonltder ful that have been madre nni the Westerll slope since the days of the Coi.mstock," says the Sult Lake Tribune. Coming froln a .source that is so well known and that is uniforllllly so .onlerv ative, the words that were uttered by the colonel cannot but thrill :lie Salt Lakers who have secured a foothold over there. He was also present on the night of December 31, :it the termination of the leases that ha\'ve afforrlded th'rse who participated in them, sor much, aid ...

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. — 20 January 1902

E BUTTE hIER MOiNTAIN. •OL, XXI. NO 255 BUTTE. MONTANA. IMONDAY i NING. JANUARY 20, 1902. 'RICE FIVB CENTS - i- I I· l llS iiii i iC it I V CEiYt l l+Jll DEATIH OF JUDGE D0WITT! SHOCK TO MANY FRIENDS WILLIAM HEDGES DeWITT. Eminent Jurist and Scholar, Who Died at His Home in This City Saturday Night. T;icti;nmi;charl Iir t+ on I he was admitted to the bar. After prac Distinguished Jurist and Schollar Dies Suddenly of Heart Trouble-He Had Served the State in Many Capacities-Courts Ad journ in Token of Re spect-Interment in Hei ena Tomorrow. William Hedges DeWitt died of rheu msatism of the heart at his home, 407 West Broadway, about 5 o'clock Saturday afternoon, and in his demise the city of Butte, the state of Montana and the en tire nation have lost a noble and learned citizen. The death of Judge DeWitt was sud den and its announcement came as a shock to not only those who enjoyed the honor of his acquaintance and friendship, but also to those who knew of him. At the time the judge ...

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. — 20 January 1902

MRED AM ASSASSIN WEALTHY STO0OKAN'S OKHEME TO KILL THE RUSTLERS. MURDER ANYONE FOR MONEY Wyoming Public Opinion Against the Confessed Bad ran and Condemns Those Believed to Be Behind Him--Hard to Get Proof. (By Assoelatwxt Press.) Cheyenne, Wyo., Jan. 20.-Tom Horn, arrested yesterday, charged with the killing of Willie Nickel, is a man of mystery. At several times when outrages and murders were committed and he was suspected, he was reported from several sections of the state at the same time. Seen in the vicinity of the scene of a crime a short time before it occurred, he would on the same day be reported from some ranch 200 miles distant. It Is said that the conllicting reports of his whereabouts were purposely cidr culated. Very little is known of Horn's early life. He came to Wyoming from Texas or New Mexico, where he had a very un savory record. One report says that he left that part of the country to escape punishment for complicity in the murder of a dozen Mex iean sheep herd...

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. — 20 January 1902

Montaua's larget Grocery Jaw. 18 EASY SHOPPING AT LUTEY BROS' Elverything to eat, qualities re liable and prices low. Today's prices give just a hint.of what you can save by trading here. FRUVIT Fancy Navel POlanges-extra large, the sise usually sold at 40c dozen, today case $3.0; dozen........25c Small Navel Oranges, dozen .....10 Fancy Lemons, each............ to targe Golden Bananas, dozen...250 Fancy Pears, 8 pounds........... 2ic Cranberries, quart................100 Fancy Red ApplTes, box $1.90, pound 634c and ..... ............ .... . 5c Sweet Catawba Grapes, extra fine, 3-pound basket, today..........10c VEGETABLES Sweet Potatoes, pound........... 5c Celery, fine, crisp and white, 2 bunches .......................16c Cauliflowers, pound............10c Columbia Golden Hothouse Lettuce, pound ......................... 300 CANNED UEGETABLES Thelma Sugar Corn, fancy, tender and creamy, dozen $1.40; 2 cans .............................250 Sifted Early June Peas, small, fine flavo...

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. — 20 January 1902

BAILY INTER MOUNTAIN Isaled Every Evening, Except Sunday INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING CO. Address all mail to Inter MountsiJ Publlshlng company. M. A. BERGER, Manager. H West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Oficial Paper of Silver Dow County and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per year, by mall, In advance......$t7" By carrier, per month ........ .... .* MONDAY, JANUTAILY 20, 1902. JIi.DE W. M. DE WITT, The stale of Montana lost a spleindil citizen when Judge W. 11. Ile Wilt wais summoned from earth. Within the statct's wide boundaries there were none who knew hilm who withheld their re spect for his character or their admir:l tion for his ability and inldelletience. When the ne'ws of his death clne with appalling suddenness, the wide circle of friends who loved him refused to credil their senses, so severe was the shor'L and so un.expec'ted were the ittings. Today friends of the deatd man face ti't' Inevitable, think more c.tlmily of their great loss and realize more fully than before...

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. — 20 January 1902

THE. PIANOLA The Planola is on exhibition at our store, No. 119 North Main street, and visltors are always welcome. The merely curious as well as in tending purchases are cordial y in vited to call and examine and hear this wonderful Instrument play the piano. Sold on small monthly pay uents when so desired. MONTANA MUSIC CO., 119 N. Main St. I BLANK BOOKS OfrlIC SUPPLIES Big eut on all Fancy Goods aad Picture Frames Montana Book Co. W. H. KLEIN, Manager 209 N. Main St., Butte. 'Phone 294 .Neew Blan/ Books For JVet Y. ear Ledgers, Journals Day Books, Diaries Files and Filing Cases Typewriter Supplies of all kinds Office Supplies at Cheepest ?rice.r EVANS' BOOK STORE 1I4 N. flain St. It Doesn't Cost a Cent The extension fling and book case system that we sell pays for itself In labor saving, in less clerlcal force, in a very few months. If you would take the trouble to examine into the sys tem thoroughly we know you would be pleased, and woult have it. Come, look it over in every det...

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. — 20 January 1902

FAD(S fROM VIEW UOVNG HARRISON LEFT IMPRES SION BE WAS DEAD. BlIT RAN AWAY WITH A WOMAN Bneared His Wagon With Blood, Caus ing Murder Story-Affianced Bride Was Quite Wealthy in Her Own Right. SIity Assnlin'ltl,, I'r'.s .) You-lti flflff.o II , I )hii, .Inn. 2\\ . E'lin ' Iuluri rii li, th l i ir ll g i 'i t, 'll. t 'i l, ;|i'l fl'(, ll )1 (lill. I III1·~I· l (ilt' I' \'#J . 1 n JlJH III l' ingtoi, lii , li I fV Illoil l , f l ll, 1ff I twoc, cistirs flor~ whomI he1( worked111: 1 th ('I II.I I.J llt ll'l( .llll. I' illi llt n11:1 l'l(,r 'll Iit funi in CIolla f.1i f'lill ii*. 'f' it r ud 'I'hui'i( ' .lill h 111'1.i l' 'hui i 1n firs ('fli fiiti flii hh. ii t l .1 ff l1I iand Ih lill h i )ihl Ill IIfn n '' (,l 'f i' f 11111 ' iiff y nl l i i I. h llt it i ' f.'ll 'l l . I l f l i.It h'lI mi'h inig h. ' ihlk I . hi he kil liff li II' iuli i I' 1 , I tt lllil 'l Ih i l i c 1~r, I -h' ('igii l .~i f fi it I il Il'iil llt tll , I l iii' t%'h 11111 i ' iI lil iT f illtf fi . 1 ( tt h o l r...

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