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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 20 June 1902

You have always meant to buy a STEINWAY Piano that is ur ideal. You don't know how the dea came to you that Stinways are the best. We can tll you. tis Puble Opinion No one told you so. The world say so, and when the Stewnway goes home you will know why better every day. Montfana Music Co. 119 North Main St Sole Agents - - - - - - - Fishing Tackle New Flies, New Poles, New Lines, New Leaders, All Kinds of New Tackle. Baseball Goods Balls, Bats, fitts nnd Masks---all prices from the cheapest to the best ....EVANS' BOOK STORE.... 124 North fain Street, Butte. " NOXALL" PREPARED PAINT As the name implies, this paint "Noxall" other paint on the market. It will cover 300 square feet of sur face two coats. It is put up in 24 good shades, for inside or outside use. WVe warrant every gallon of it. We have the sale of it exclusively in this state and are selling it for $1.50 PER iALLON Ellis Paint Co. Successorsto Carder Bros phone [04. 17 E. Quartz St. For Light The Cheapest, the Best For He...

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 June 1902

SMining News R \NKl D. IRO\\'N, better known Samiong his intimate friends as "Sand bar" rrownl, is nlit what one would term n practical miner, but lie possesses a very good knowledge of the business and can hold his own with the best of them when it comes to figuring on the cleniup of a paystretak. Mr. Brown is manager of the Sunrise group of claims on Flint creek, Granite county, and is a good one, too. The prop erty is owned by Charles D. Mlcl.ure, one of the men who helped to make the (;ran FRANK D. BROWN. He f lomitiaiih antI ii Metall'ic pro,, tries yielhl millinms tof dollars in silver mand gold, am' is very irmn. inng lri. ltrowh, was horn in Nels.-on icounty, 1"a.. il 1.m,. \ViWhen the civil war broke out Iihe m li,.t.,i in (o'fie.derate (tI. .mpny l, iuiiml. ('ia t. Jlohnl I'. I'i tts if the "l\r y lnt h I \ irgilia baitt( ry in Iic hmnmd, iand - trrndereld aifti r thlie l. slrcitioni of tlhf mI mi : fnd f;aI lf RIhthmi nii l. heing p; itd nm April ,. ihm . \ft r l;ier ivii...

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. — 20 June 1902

JUDGE JOE MURPHY ONCE A SPRINTER PRESIDING OFFICER OF THE BUTTE RACES COULD FOOT IT SPEED ILY IN THE OLD DAYS. IS TAKING ON FLESH AND TURNINGt OFF HAIR Popular and Hcnest Race Arbiter Arrives in Butte From St. Louis and Brings Recollections of His Old Newspapar Days by Starting His Story-Tel|ing at the First Good Opportunity. Jos-ph Murphy, presiding judge at the Montana Jockey club meet, arrived from St. I.ouis yesterday afternoon. To see him now one would hardly imagine that this was the same "Joc" Murphy who not so very long ago was the champion too-yard sprinter of the West. The judge has taken on a lot of weight since the days when a student at the Chri tian Brothers" College, St. Louis, he astoni.hed the country by doing the 0oo yards in to 1-5 acconds. In those days that was wonderful time and had any one even suggested that a Duffy or any one else would ever bring the record down to 9 3-5 they wou!d have been thought crazy. From foot rac'ng in an amateur way to presiding jud...

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. — 20 June 1902

BUTTE PITCHERS WERE TOUCHED UP BURNS' DELIVERY BEATEN TO A PULP-GAY SUBSTITUTED BUT DID LITTLE BETTER. Pacific Northwest League. Played. Won. l.ost. P.Ct. Seattle .. .. ....38 23 15 .6n5 Ilutte .... ....38 22 16 .579 Portland ..... 5355 19 6 .543 Tacoma ..... ..37 i6 21 .432 Splkanc .. .. .. 38 I6 22 .427 liclna .. .. ....36 15 at .417 It is a isc mlanager who changes pitch ers befnre a game is lost; not after it is lost. Had C(ay taken Burns' place after the second inning yesterday, Blttc miglht have won. It ssas a sad affair for Butte yesterday. The young, men from the Sound fell upon Iturns' ldlivery and beat it to a i pulp. After St.tlllt h,,l ,c,,rvI eriifht runs I ay was .nh.atitutied for untsl. This helped Ilmatters scIIo(, but lMr. lGay was also tiiichedI up pretty liit ly. Iutte made a dtcit'ii inet' d strtugle. and assitute by r"ollstl- rccting" of thee 'urd tried to rauly lid pull the ramc out of the hilcfe hI It e h ilitin 'Thfc're wirre sever l sta.es dluritg tIhe progr...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 20 June 1902

THE INTER. MOUNTMAN'S ANACONDl DEPIRTMENT TWOHY APPOINTED SCHOOL TRUSTEE MISS MoLAUGHLIN APPOINTS THE POPULAR CONTRACTOR TO FILL THE EXISTING VACANCY. FORMERLY COINECTED WITH SCHOOL AFFAIRS First Matter Up for Consideration Will Be the Walker Kissing Affair and Sat isfaction Is Expressed That the New Trustee Will Be One of the Board When Final Testimony Is Presented. [SPECIAL TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, June ao.-Miss Mary Mc Laughlin has announced that she has chosen D. D. Twohy to fill the vacancy on the school board, caused by the resigna tion of Peter Cox. The appointment meets with the approval of every friend of the Anaconda schools and it is hoped that Mr. Twohy will accept. Numerous requests by parents and those interested in the welfare of the schools for Mr. Twohy's ac ceptance have been sent in and it is be lieved that he will do so. Mr. Twohy was for many years a mein her of the board and at the last elec tion was urged to allow his name to be put before the people, but...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 20 June 1902

BUTTE CONSUMERS ARE VEGETARIANS BECAUSE IN THE LOCAL MARKETS FRUIT AND VEGETABLES ARE CHEAPER THAN COPPER. LUSCIOUS WATERMELONS FROM CRACKER COUNTRY Shipment From Georgia Which Gives to Butte Good Livers the Best at Five Cents a Pound-Scarcity of Beef Raises Price of Poultry, Eggs and Fisi.-.riontana Vegctables Coming In. \'e.g'tablh s anld fruit, are selling for Stouil Initu arid telic iuleit lanillits caul a 11 J Ii inLll/ . 11r. n l Iat ktits lid llllltc lr ill fou d ,tul , \,rillch ari orinu ril ty conrs",lctzd luixurrru ao butte. Ii s i .,, l list o, tIhl rtail prics ul 'bc b. ,st h.thlig tllll lt llljd ut glItils oiUn U1I th 11 iH 0 l umau-ken : i t1111 lou , ii liIt per d. I.l t cLl l. vies l ." r quart. /I rnl atul t. .i1i I u trl l ii tt I u) liii). Asr li'.0i - ii Ill lI r itnli ri li , li I Ir rl. ' I 1I Irit u I i hllll}i t ll I)' Sihi' Iuli ori I l w't' l ll l rn i p rt ni i t'll n iiars. O( tills list if rllt .. l l r,. , rn a'r l 1 ha k urdii r l ,i ll , ' llt II mall...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 21 June 1902

THE BUTTE INIIER MOUNTAIX V O --XXII - 8-z- WEATHE- .. B , MA S A E - VOL. XXII NO. 81 WEATrHER FORECAST. BUTTE, MONTANA, SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE Ir, rgo2. · HOW'R8 TOMORROW. PRICEi FIV'tE C'ENTS t•_ - -I I r , I I nI - I "". I-"'.l. - ---.. ..'..a..I .. ._.t .Pi ..'lP' ... .. . . .- . . * .IRST PLACE l'IiAYOP tM MONTANA %. ý, ý, ý . ý v ; . " - burr ý HOW THE NEWS EVENTS OR THE WEEK LOOK TO THE INTER MOUJNTAIN ARTIST. - a ,lp(Ct JP~ · TTI WIND HAS CHANGED ON SUMMIT OF CASCADES Forests Are Still on Fire But it is Thought That the Worst is Now Over. LIST OF LUMBER MILLS. RECENTLY DESTROYED Although From Thirty to Fifty Miles Away From Tacoma the Heat in Tacoma Is Almost Unbearable-Fire Engines and Hose Loaned to the Several Burn ing Towns Being Returned-So Far as Known No Insurance Was Carried. [BY ASSOCIATED PRESS.] Tacoma, Wash., June al.-At 9 o'clock this morning the fire had recedeed from Hot Springs, near the summit of the Cas cade range. The wind has changed and is now blowing b...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 21 June 1902

Prom 6 to 10 This Saturday Evening In Hennessy's Stationery Dep't All Paper Bound Books 15c, 25c and 35c Values Only 8/3c Each These include the writings of such authors as Mary J. IIolnes, Mrs. Southworth, Albert Ross, Zola, Max Nordau and Daniels. 500 Mat Pictures, Size 14x20 inches. All good subjects. Regular 15c Values for 5c Summer corsets $1.00 to $1.50 Values, Only 49c Each i Saturday ifrom 0 to 1t p. in., we offer choice of l good stlinnitr colrset s, inadet of ine I:atiste iin white, pintk aid light ,lue. They are bials cut with slitight front, well 1toned, prt' fect llliing corsets, in slit it :11l mndiln lengths. All sizes from Is to 24 inches. Ounly 49c each. At this price these cor sets are neithqr retuirntide or ('xch:tng(eale. O1c Bargains S ehoice of 100 Articles For a Dime In Basement To-Day 4 \Vatetr Glasses. z Soup Plate. I \'egetal le Brush. 75 Good Clothes lins. I lrca, I'an. I White (China Plate. 6 Tin Spoons. 2 Ashestos Cup('. A2 poxes \\ax 'Tapers. I Good Tac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 21 June 1902

htan's Lara Qr ,Jt e 21J Open Untl""". 10 O'Clock l lht At Lutey's you can get "everything to eat." You don't have to visit a half dozen stores to purchase supplies for your Sunday dinner. Here are a few of the many tempting offers we make today: Vegetables Fresh spinach or green onions, bunch ................. .......te Fresh radishes, 3 bunches .........Sc Home grown lettuce, 4 bunches....Sc Hothouse lettuce, pound .........tsc Young turnips, a bunches .........Sc Young beets, 3 bunches ...........loc Green or wax beans, pound .... ti t-2c Fresh green peas, 4 pounds ......aSc Extra large cucumbers, each ......toe Fresh asparagus, pound ...........toc Fresh, solid, ripe tomatoes, basket 35c, pound ..................8 t-3e New potatoes, extra fine, large size. Special, to pounds ............ .S2 Old potatoes, per too ..........$1r.35 Fruits Fresh rhubarb, today 5 lbs .......toc Fancy stemmed gooseberries, per quart ...................... ..zoc Utah strawberries. 3 boxes .......25c F...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 21 June 1902

DAILY INTER MOUNTAIN Issued Every Evening, Except Sunday. N TER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING CO. Address all mall to Inter Mountain Publishing company. al West Granite street, Butte, Mont. Official Paper of Silver Bow County and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per year, by mail, in advance .......$7 o50 By carrier, per month .... ........ 75 TELEPHONE NUMBERS: Editorial Rooms ......... 428--;3 rings) Business Offi:e ...........428--(i ring) SATURDAY, JUNE at, tqoo. THE PEOPLE MUST DECIDE. The future of Montana, indultstrially and politically, is in the hands of the people of Montana. They can plotct thile capital that is here and induce more capital to coinliI. They can provide work an:d wages for Montana laboring Ien and secure to every one of them prosperity. contentiment anri independence. They can insure the adminlistration of justice in tile courts, so that every Itmant and every corporation may receive tile pro tection essential to the growth of the state and the peaceful relations ...

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. — 21 June 1902

You hoae always r.t.ant to buy a STEINWAY Piano- that is your itleal. You don't know how the idea came to you that Stainways are tho bet. We c.n tell you. It is Public Opinion No one told you so. The world says :o, and when the Steinway goes home you will know why better every day. .reiana Music Co. 119 North Main St c':e Agcnts Fishing Tackle New F lies, New Poles, New Lines, New Leat ers, All kinds of New Tl'ackle. Baseball Goods talls, Bats, flitts and Masks---all prices troum 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 Painting We 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. successors to Carder Bros Phone 104. 17 E. Quartz St. For Light The Cheapest, the Best For Heat The chapest, the most convenient and best. For Cooking Saves labo...

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. — 21 June 1902

Mining News A W. BARNARD owns as much min A Ing ground in Butte as any one man and the larger portion of it is good. Some of it is quartz and some placer. The latter takes in all that portion of Missoula gulch extending from a point near Porphyry street on the south to Centerville on the north, a strip nearly a mile in length. At one time in the history of Butte Missoula gulch contained lots of gold, but the bed of the stream has been pretty well worked. There is still sonic of the yel A. W. BARNARD. low metal in it, liut the chances are that its tusefulntess as ai produccer of iplacer u,,li fortiunes are at ati llt ll. 'he Il:soer part of the guilch and the Ilat 'grtutil t tiiu g. unts to it was extensiviely sworked ini the early history of the camp a;d lithe old working are still there. Sioie of the ex cavations froz tthich the grtavel t.was taken are from six tI twelvwe feet dee'p. Bled rock was reached at every poIt iand the detcompo'sd part if Ithe rock throwns into the sluices...

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. — 21 June 1902

SAY DEA/iU BER LIVEBI; BUTTE MAN KILLED IN ATTEMPT TO HOLD UP BURLINGTON TRAIN WAS HANGER-ON AT POOLROOMS. PHOTOGRAPH IS HERE FOR IDENTIFICATION Omaha Police Have Arrested Suspected Accomplice Who Admits He Saw Original of Picture in Butte Which Prisoner Also Declares Is His Homes Railroad Company Offers Reward. This is a picture of a dead man-dead from a charge of buckshot fired at him from behind. If you look closely, perhaps you can see the marks of sonime of the nine grains of buckshot that came through him and his blouse. If you look still more closely per haps you can recognize the man, and if you do and communicate with the claim department of the Burlington railroad, it may lmean money for you. This unknown -for he is an unknown was killed by the express messenger of the Chicago, Burlington & Ohio railroad while attempting to hold up the train about i5 miles from Council Bluffs, Iowa, Octo ber ao, 1900. In company with another, he had suc ceeded in holding up the train a...

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. — 21 June 1902

BUTTE LOSES THE EXHIDITION GAME HOME TEAM HAD IT WELL IN HAND UP TO EIGHTH INNING, WHEN LOOSE PLAYING LOST IT. Butte tossed off an exhibition game to Seatlle at Anaconda yesterday afternoon. McCloskey's men had the game practically won up to the eighth inning when Seattle took a hitting streak and assisted by loose playing upon tle part of the Butte ficlders, the clamdligcrs madtle four runs. Carter, recently released by Ilutte, pitched for Seattle, and although the llit;s made it hits off him hle did very well by keeping the hiits scattered. IBurns and (;ay pitched for Butte. Dulilng the progress of the gam.e Iturnsl was presented with all ornate doll. It was neatly cOln cealed in a hox daintily tied with ribbons. It was thought to lhe a box of flowers pre sented by some lady admirer and the sur prise caused conllsiderable mIlerrimentll when the hox was opened. The features of the game were the hard hitting of Stivall for Seattle and Tread way for Ilutte. Fully 6oo persons en joyed...

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. — 21 June 1902

THE INiR MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA DEPARTMENT Ayuu', DRASTICETHOODS SEEM NECESSARY QUANTITY OF FEVER IMPREGNATED CLOTHES BURIED TO PREVENT SPREADING CONTAGION. SEVERAL CHILDREN BEE.N EXPOSED TO THE DISEASE Woman Who Owned Them Had Sent Them COt to Be Washed Without Fumigation-Man in the House Pro tested Against It and Reported the Matter and Authorities Took Action. .l'l.tl LI. 'lO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, June aI.-There has been of late a great deal of scarlet fever in Ana conda, and accordingly the authorities have endeavored to take all possible pre cautions to prevent the spread of the malignant disease . A few days ago a lady who had been nursing a case of the fever, after her work was concluded, instead of fumi gating her wearing apparel, sent it to a wash-woman just as it was. It happened that in another portioll of the house where the wash-woman lived was a family having two small children who had never had scarlet fever. The woman who did the washing also had a small boy who wa...

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. — 21 June 1902

MEN WITH ANTLERS ARE READY Elks From Montana to Break Corrals and Dash Away to That Gaudy Mecca of All Good Herds, Salt Lake City. As the time approaches when the Elks of Montana will roll their tails aniI strike out for the wild bunch at Salt L.ake prep arations are being ptslihe. by the slite comUiuttee. Fronl now tintil the time whven 8, strong they board the Short I ii' tralilln ; 1ul pull south through the purleI hill for the zion of the Mormons, the EIlks t ill be in the harness. Past Exalted Ruler W. II. Iit ilanI is showing the badge selected by th,' cnm MONTANA ELKS' NEW BADGE. mitt el , hiii Ihh nut in Analcondia the other (da. to, carry t il. moutaill jEks to vic It i- a ,. .itiful d i. tir ., r pr ellultine the inluch is, l iof tile itate. Ini the center a lntaliania cIai n(.' :t" a I i d el b ' tf r are seen K:,/in at a eiutp of miners below ani .xch.l, e pin. hi-. hitll I a ,h m.p thll hlug ,ir -"- the ,I alr. . \Ž I-ii liain 'e me ry Shij-up ir tClle llil hbo eni l, "...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 21 June 1902

--Stye Society. Boz eman. [SPECIAL TO INTER MOvUNTAIN.] Bozeman, June as.-The home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Gottschalck was the scene of a very pretty wedding Wednesday after noon, at which time Mr. E. B. Hoffman and Miss Ellen Gottschalck were united in the bonds of matrimony. Rev. Douglas Sutton of Livingston read the impressive service in the presence of the relatives and a few friends of the bride and groom. The interior of the *house was very tastefully decorated in honor of the oc casion. The bride woat an elegant and becoming white wedding gown, and the groom the conventional black. From 8 until to o'clock in the evening a re cqption was held at the home of Senator and Mrs. Hoffman, on the corner of Bab cock street and Tracy avenue. Mrs. Hoff man and Mrs. Gottschalck and Senator hloffman and Mr. Gottschalck received with tile bride and groom and there was a very large number of friends present at the reception. The rooms were decor ated with cut flowers and potted plants and delici...

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. — 21 June 1902

Doings of Society. I (K1('IITY has taken to baseball. Not to the actual swingingi of thie hat, ior cven to vociferous routing but certl ill it is, that 1puncttual to the stotutlhng of the gingg. there is ta goodly sprinikling of lIutte's elite ill the granld staiindi. eact eiarnestly iinterested in tihe site I s'. of a favorite tram atin l not infre qluiently wearing il I ( th colors that Idenote their selntillitit. T 'he mlgi nilictalt shutting of Butte's oi n I' an, tlhich ha.i , in the twinkling of ian vye. as it were, climbiled frotil all insi. ('iltiailt slnliling to the' very pinnal 'e of the ll i rthi e . t l'ma ifie it'I giIe, is m i t lii ,t" properly prold of iand thei e.,-i l ii d t tal.t iac I nl is 1 gay 1tslt h II eentill and ell -gre and rlllleli d be.lts, grll'len amtd r l, i hblt h illand lnlll green andll relI srainl r ellai ig li i f it is.l a ll p.Il ar ,l'I ltl reI i. I.it tle \ ,1I'ry Lcl.el:ii. ,, ut . she of l it e ibarren li ir ir ti , it i 1 . rel isuni.tl....

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 21 June 1902

All the Th Newsofthe L ae World. COMING ATTRACTIONS. Sutton's Broadway. Kathryn Kidder, June a22-3. "Too Rich to Marry," June a6. The Grand. Dark. Sutton's Family. Dark. T ONIGHT marks the closing of th Grand Opera house, and with the performance of "Francillon" at Sut ton's Monday night by Miss Kidder the theatrical season nears an end. From the viewpoint of the theatergoer the event of the season-the coming of Mr. Mans. field was reserved for the final week and so, it might be said, the theatrical year, as far as Butte was concerned, had a glorious ending. The season, too, has been an important one. So many splen did attractions have done well here that there will be many more that will ven ture out here next year. Then, the Grand has changed hands and under the manage ment of Howe & Marks has been entirely refitted and arrangements have been made for many first-class shows the coming season. In this year of so many theatrical failures the West has been especially fortunate, f...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 21 June 1902

.. SOCIETY .. (Continued From Page Twelve.) the little ones. Games added to the fun of feasting. Mrs. Hample was assisted in receiving the juvenile guests by Mrs. Charles Sprey, Mrs. C. B. Estep and Mrs. Will Kellog. The merrymakers were Florence Broderick, Lucille Wilson, Mona Hawes, Hortense Fay and Nellie Fay, Fannie Egan, Frances Forrey, Johnnie Hample, Herbert Spery, Ross Broderick, Newfield Hawes, Reginald Conger Estep and the host. -', Another June Wedding. Another of those pretty weddings was that which took place at the home of G. H. McDougal, No. 1o.17 West Woolman street, Wednesday evening, when Miss Laura Berger, sister of Mrs. McD)ougal, became Mrs. J. I). McGregor. The bride is one of Butte's popular school teachei.rs anid l)r. J. D. Mc(;regor is well known about town. The McDlougal TINA MA GNINI, Who Recently Arrived in B utte From New York City. home was prettily dccorat~lc for the oc casion and ia iihlinig ft at was served after the crr ,Liny'. I n(ly the imi.i di~i...

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