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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 18 July 1902

A SHORT STORYOF FACT We came to the city of Anaconda to become linked with its rapid strides of advancement. We came here because we believed in her past, her present and her future. In coming here we determined to lower prices upon the very best merchandise, and our thousands of consistent and appreciative patrons testify that we have done it. We are directly connected with forty-eight of the largest department stores in the entire west. There is no limit to the resources we enjoy and no limit to the amount of money we can turn over to our patrons. In opening our establishment in this city we did not look for, or antagonize, hostile sentiment with competition, and we never pay the slightest attention to our competitors' business, manner or methods. THIS IS A TIMELY STATEMENT The first and last of the kind we shall ever make. Our trade has increased, expanded and grown three-fold beyond the limits of our present store room, and our new building upon the corner of Park and Cherry, re...

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 July 1902

MORPHINE FIENDS AS GUM SHOE MEN POLICE MAKE HAUL OF DOPISTS WHO CARRY BURGLARY AS A SIDE LINE TO PILL-CHEWING. ATTEMPTED ESCAPE OF CASH DRAWS FUSILADE Emaciated Individual With One Leg in the Grave Makes a Uash for Liberty and Breaks Record for Three Blocks Until Whizzing Bullets Cause Him to Be Good and Take the Bit. Detective Murphy and Olllicers D)an Sheehan and Patrick D owning rounded up Frank Cash, Charles Ilarmuon and C. E. Spencer, morphine fiendts, this IImorning, and lodged them in the city jail. lThey are suspected of knowing all about the theft of $Sto worth of carpelnter tools frti a buildl ing oi which live cerpenterscl were at work in China nally. albout a %t,(-k ago. There is conctlsive proof lthat Sptcr -ir knows Rsomletlrhinlg of the crilgte., as smrle of tihe tools were found in hirs cabin at the rear if No. ,10o Souith Arizona stree(rt. All of thIe iten are con firimed uisers oi the e acidating drugl . iandi, with the isxcp tion of Spencer, Ire-sented a horrible ...

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. — 19 July 1902

THE BUTTE INTER MOUNTAIN VOL. XXII NO. 'o5 WEATHER PORECAST. BUTTE, MONTANA, SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 19, 19o2. FAIR WEATHER PRICE FIVE CENTS PURSUIT OF CONVICT TRACY IS ABAIDONED ) Unless He.Desires to Give Himself Up or Apoear and Declare Who He Is No Posse Will Farther Attempt to Capture Him--He Has Killed Three Officers and Probably Fatally Wounded One Other in the State of Washington--Cost of the Chase Has Been Heavy--Escapes on Bicycle. . ........... .-O E I A. T t"A A...... .. .... tUIRV UADIDV II A,. V ..CV ý A CT A.V f. A IAccTV IA"u "C _ [Yv ASSOCIATED PRESS.] Tacoma, Wash., July g9.-After just 40 days of continual pursuit by men and bloodhounds, all organized effort to cap ture Tracy, the escaped Oregon convict, has ended. Tracy may now be considered as any other fugitive from justice, with a price on his head. Unless he desires to appear and declare himself, no further posses will start after him. To pursue Tracy through Clarke, Cow litz, Lewis, Thurston, Pierce, Kitsap, S...

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. — 19 July 1902

AMUSEMENTS RACING. igOh-C lass Racing June 21st to Sept.' 'Jndcr the Auspicej of Montana Jockey Club First race at ,1 P J.1 cach acring day. Street cars direct to tr;ack, while (olumblia Garden cars will transfer. Admission $i, LADIES FREE. Hugh I. \\'ilson, president; Lou Frank, secretary; Joseph A. Murphy, presiding judge; Ralph i|. Tozer, associate judge. THEATRICAL. Family Theater. DICK P. SU1TON, Manager RlCIIARDS & PRINGLE ORIGINRIL ...ieorgia Minstrels... Two nights commencing Sunday, JULY 20th With Sunday matinee. Street par ade at one o'clock. Helena. [ .f 1 .1 I INTE I S r t- t "fi l \ IN.1 Ilthiina. July o. --W\\lue last weeki was riot particult ly bui sy in the' 'si, al wsrld of l hl'hn: ,. a numtber of delightful event, tI lk place. .M .s. M iller and M.lies t'bhum.met entll taitned t a large reception I ll ( pl - t ien Itary Ii M rs. l :rl o lw altc' , g ut ,l . M iss -Co+ 'o ry ll, a nd : , t. n e m, n ta i , ,l a t a l Iun h e o n lin her hl,.,i . M rs. liitk tt ...

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. — 19 July 1902

Meutaua's Largest rocery, July I9 Lutey's Open Vntil 10 O'Cloc. Tonight's Bargains can hardly be re sisted. Here are just a few of them. Come and see the balance. Fly Paper, special sale, 450 TANGLEFOOT box, ae double sheets, 35C 7 double sheets, toc; 3 double sheets ...... VU Radishes, Spinach, Let VEGETABLES tuce and Onions, bunch ic Telephone, Montana, fancy 6c EIAS stock, 3 pounds ............ 2 Fancy stock, .2Oe PEACH PLUMS basket ..... ...... sFancy ripe 80c CLYMAN PLUMS stock ........... Puyallup Very Fine Fancy Stock, 24 boxes to RASPBERRIESerate, $a.2s; a boxes 26C EARS Bartlett's, box, $z.75; .25c PEARS 3 pounds ................. Green, for stewing and .OC APPLES pies; 4 pounds .........2 Texas stock, .8 CANTALOUPES pound . ........... Fancy, firm, d TOMATOES pound ............... 1C Everything to de STEAM BAKERY light and gratify your appetite-a tempting price and tempting goods. Raspberry with whipped SHORT CAKE 6creure ...... C ORANGE SQUARES 6 for,........ 26C PEACH SQ...

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. — 19 July 1902

DAILY INTER MOUNTAIN Issued Every Evening, Except Sunday. IT" LIR bCLNTAIN PUBLISHING CO. Address all mall to Inter Mountain Publishing company. #6 W\cct Granite street, Butte. Mont. Omclal Papcr of Silver Bow County and City of Butte. SUBSCRIIP'ION RATES: Tet year, by mail, in advance .......$7 So "y carrier, tn r month .... ......... 7 TI.I P !IONE NUM 11P-S: Edi:nrial i.oom*"......... 428-'3 rings) Dulsit.ss Om:le .......... 428-(-i ring) REGARDING SOCIALISM. If Mr. lh,, . inI Irv. h1.( rea ly wre to c n:!i"r' their i talent, a:nt undertake the orga:nit: di,,n ,f s. mi' itm b .try, no m att, r h o w - aln': it m i t hi t I th ,e o tt, et ,('l th ey w\'ot l un"ml,,ul teclfy <ant l ibutllt mnore to the g' e of I .vin .imnl tl in it i t. | ,iile ; i them I n : lic(ve at t .ir prt I ',e t occupa tion of : i rel nhin:;. li-ontent tIny m n an il ,no, ,wn alh,, a ,re :10 . A. , ,. ,fithIly orn' It i.a :a r y 'iii hit I :.. in 1,1 ..h f:.i'tl ;a.a t ]l ,<' th , t , n.% , t I ,nn l ...

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. — 19 July 1902

Yous have always meant to buy a STEINWAY Plano that is your Ideal. You don't know how the idea came to you that Steinways are the best. We can tel you. It is Public Opinion No one told you so. The world says so, and when the Steinway goes home you will know why better every d". Montana Music Co. I19 North Main St. Sole Agents EVANS' BOOK STORE 124 N. MAIN ST. Sets of six balls TABL[ for $1.75 and u TNNIS wards........ . NIS Headquartcrs for fishing tackle and baseball goods. 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. Eucceasors 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 labor, saves S money and food. Gas Office 202 North Main Street MONTANA UNDERTAKING COMPANY ...

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. — 19 July 1902

Mining News A 'TTRNIYi THOMAS C. McGRATH of this city shi tlhe iouss Tweed ltxtention and Jeancte anipes to Lo.nli L.ictnelt.m:in e'tcr lday for $ ,oo, the amRtntt heinl. pid in cash. Th' property, or at ,eat Ie It onsh I Tweed I exte stito part of it. adjoins the it.is Tweed andI C'lipper ground in the town of ." an t tte, ftitour tlil1s frme P otny. M;1lis.i couity. and is very vahlulhl. it was ownecd by Mr. MclatIIh, whoi hiiight it alllutH a year ago. At that tint, hti n'ver, it wan not known that the .veins of the Ili~ 'I weed passed through it atml it remained fir .Mr. M clr;lath to de' nlonltr, te the couls of the ore body. I1e dro4l r a 11 l 111 1, n Inlthe extln.sion grounlI and soon h:'d the satisfacltin of seeitg an 4n foot \ in, ti. feet of whin'h will average $io per tun in phil, a sltlt lid average whent THOMAS C. M'GRATH. it n it- ,, ;i c,-,-.il, r:t in tf. s t ilh irt, is 1 . .1 "I - I" -' il t -t . I I e s t I ,tl r) ] I w ill i, . "t.,m ipe. r- ii ;it I- ,t I ii e ...

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. — 19 July 1902

IRISH SOCIETIES PICNIC TOMORROW THREE SPECIAL TRAINS OF MERRY MAKERS TO DEER LODGE GROUNDS. PROCEEDS TO BE GIVEN FOR MONUMENT FUND Memorial to Thomas Francis Meagher Will Be Some Years Nearer Comple tion If Excursion Tomorrow Is a Fin ancial Success-Schedule for De parture of Three Trains. If for no other reason than the com snendable object to which the proceeds of the picnic of the Irish societies tomor row will be devoted, it is worthy of the highest success. Every cent which is earned is to be turned into the Meagher Mlemorial fund. Three special trains will leave the Mon tana Union depot tomorrow for Deer Lodge carrying the gay throng who will spend the day in fete and jollification in the pretty little town "on the trail to Bear." The first train will leave at 1o:3o a. in. The second at 12:3o p. m. and the last at i :15 p. m. An excellent program of sports has been arranged for the day and the committee in charge has been very successful in presenting a number of features that...

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. — 19 July 1902

GOSSIP Or RING, DIAMOND AND TRACK TOLD IN KNOCKOUI SiTYI IDLE CANARD IS RUMOR THAT JEFFRIES IS ILL San Francisco, July ,y.-interest in the JclTrics-Fitzsinoint, fight is incre:ltian. People are cotminlg Iro the Iast antd in terior points It sec' the conItest anuit stats are lwing rapilly sih., (Gerge Sler, tlle wctll-knownt r.ef rer, is thel latt't arriVl. 'htre hais been nIt t, change in b.tting allI little wagerig, ati io to 1. Ilifrt, l- rqoi al.rc h llintg ont fir a shale il.eir i1,tration. RUefcrring to the rtl ,r thll:at ll i,', is olt of n', ll l, "l ill" ttlitt'a y said : "It is all . en,' e. lilt th-,ia he i, right not,, or a, goo,.. for him . I , "1 hn to [ I ha'. as-,k l , 1 h1 1 I i I ir 1101 1, t ol t it 11111I rl ,tk for tltt- iI xl f(l%' ROD AND GUN CLUB HAS FINE NEW TEAM CUP Prescntcd by HIelna C lub to [He Con te.ted fot Annutally by Montana Trapnin to bt compt.tttl for at the shot in Ant,.. Crt , :0;J a-*, by the teams taprtsenutiut .u.te en!d .\na( r,i; la. 1.l cp...

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. — 19 July 1902

THE INTER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA DEPARTMENT W. J, EVANS SHOT IN THE BACK (Continued fr omin Page One.) frightful. A short time ago I came near getting killed, and now I can't get a job." McGeary talked like he had at some time called upon County Attorney Dully and told him his troubles, but Mr. Duffy fails to remember of ever receiving such a visit. Has Two Brothers. McGeary formerly worked at the con centrators and a short time ago was in jured'in an accident. He has two brothers in this city--M. l, Mc(;Geary and Pat Mc Geary. It is with the former that he has made his home. His aged parents also reside there. As he was being driven ti tihe jail Mc Geary exclaimed: "My God ! This will kill my old folks!" Tom Maguire. the manager of the Ditter Rout farm of Mrs. Marcus l)aly, is a brother-in-law of Mc(;eary, having married his sister. Int appearance the would-le murderer is ablve the average height, of spare build, and has red hair. Canmi From Great Fall.i. Mr. lEvans. hiis ictim, is 6....

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. — 19 July 1902

POOR PAPA CAN 00 NOTHING WITH HIM JOHNNY MOONEY HAS GOTTEN QUITE BEYOND THE CONTROL OF HIS PARENTS. PAPA SPARES THE ROD AND SPOILS THE CHILD Johnny Just Will Not Attend School and Lays About Day and Night With the Most Disreputable Characters-Papa and Mamma Have Asked to Have Him Taken in Hand by the Law. Little ifinnty Moone ,y, t'he iet , . ,.at eli stepsoln of Michael .Murlply. is I;Unt;utishing in the totn g jail IharlFed .itlh beins too .iith ti a l ln ra l problem foir h.is step fa+ther and tntth.r. Johnnl y has not hehlI uip any trailn, Nt nor bluylarize'd a bank, and 1 rat) is co'n,,lera; ,ly lahea.d of hint ill the' mattier iil ue'u.iils. lhit lJohnll y .s onI the rilhlt pathl tio i'lllllte the. d;lillg d"r d .I of ll the .I fk SfhI.l,l.r'i as;nd lii, k Iur pinis in lilt' ,tbll . lIh a blirs sc hool, and if hl i i eer ra.inc.lt \v,'ndini: hiis ieay thithei r it \iill Le li lie ht. is thih kini ,if s tlll, thiln el.. amt; , h.i g' t in i tIlhe HiO ;n neil ', i In1 I fIke., 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. — 19 July 1902

State Society. Bozeman. [SrI:CItAL TO ISTEIR MOUNTAIN.] Bozeman. July 1.--The Sons of Her mann and their sister lodge held a joint installation of officers at the lodge rooms Sunday evening. Grand President L. Weigrl of Helena was present to conduct the installation ceremonies. At the con clusion of the installation more than one hundred ladies and gentlemen sat down to the banquet table, which was beautifully decorated with cut flowers, and loaded with good things to eat. Mr. Altman acted as toastmaster. A speech of welcome was made by Mr. .senke and responded to by Mr. Weigel. Mr. Altman gave an address, "The Good of the Order," and Mrs. Hart corn made a short speech on behalf of Ilerta lodge. Dr. L.ogan, examining physi cian for the lodge, presented Mr. Weigel with a very handsome stein, and several musical numbers were given to close the evening. The Christian Endeavor society of the ('Christian church drove out to the home of Mir. Scott Matthews, some three miled west of the ci...

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. — 19 July 1902

Doings of Society. w ith fI. loiu Jl ab ,.. asill I,., c;t,.r nlg to has or h,.r task.t Th, j.il. icItr. m, l art , ,tart I'l.i. h tly r*. e l i z . t hi, . f o r e.I , . r . ,ll l.e r Ih e e b hfI h h l . . etl l (. -i,.'w flancy inl copIpIslie or i"l,,,lia ho.ui', hin . N fl r Ip 1l llace is mor': i cturl ) l ;iFit- ' a llt, -eilnirs than · is fillthe " Ir';t iit lilu LLI Ir lllyl o (n .irlh. Trhe. ilU;nint. orIl h.kinll: litlll. ; tCl(hh ;nal (.thlick r1'(' Ilah. "O f r,,uigh rf apper lltlll art' dill;.a ,i in all Ihl. '.t.\ lbo, of Ihe jlilly \ hos ,. ill ' I,'· .'rr'i,'ll c'ity and folr hitchahn.. uslI holbl.,} th,.le he.ailwork anl ...{n the' innjo hlanikt, Il, rallK ill. he roniilg rare. MO n t umic h a r e " , l r I I r . , l a i n l ,h) t i '. l . fl .of th(. Inmlianl| ral,',', awl I hlm :1 '€lles r. ,plli(al. th,, .itat. T,,,, it i II1h11%, h :a v e halJ i a n l h , l It a l e ,tr) '. I . I hlla L h ( a l _){l~ll '('.i( 111; 1 l ,r I' l 1 llrt. , 1:1 ;llll ll |i lll(, .l,....

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. — 19 July 1902

All the News of the Daisy Murdoch Dead. Many of the Inter Mountain readers will remember pretty, dainty, little Daisy Mur duch, one of the brightest little soubrettes we ever had on the American stage. but klw knew of her sad ending. She had Jisal~p'ared from the sight of her friends for a time, and one day one of her near. c.t ones he::rd that she was ill andl in dcstitute circumstances. The lady went to the address giv'cn, and in the tifth story of a t'nementt house found the poor girl dying of starvation. ,Every effort was made to save her, hut it was too late and she passed away I''n the arms of her actress friend. A cer lain well-known wealthy star, muot look back at times, and think of what his con tduct caused, and if he has any conscientce it must surely give him a twist at tines to think that he allowed her to starve. S.ome day his time will come to ansier rto this and other affairs just as had, and ge may get his deserts. Mason Mitchell to Africa. i ' Mason Mitchell, the c...

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. — 19 July 1902

MINING CONGRESS WILL GIVE WORLD IDEA OF STATE'S WEALTH Said Irwin Mahlon, scretary nof the International Mining Congress, in an in terview with aIn Inter Mountain mian to day: "In preparing tie many arti(cls I ant called upon to write for the public press, covering the aim and objects of the In terniational Milling Conigress, I may he ternatn tl -tl \linit ig I g ..-, I ,n . 1s. i, r sayings of others, tslptcially whet.n suLh ayings ar tuii ll thful exllre'sio ' ofl tihe woiii rful a;iltanceenint of our great West -erin inlpire. iand its still more wonderful ' lit h e. ;hlr's , b litvetrd ,before the ]iinteri;iti'inal Nliniing ('ongri s at Idise, Iah,ii. titly. tirn. by the lion. Joseph Hiliittliiisotl x liiitc'llnaiit governor iof IdahI'. he s.iil: 'I i l Jlily . of this ytear the I rw.,-li ;mbilassiador of the l'nited Staite,, in an Aoci;ilaiteld Press interview said lie had jiust retlurlined frolm ('hicago anid the I;raiit I.;Ltk~. ail fiunit l that the W te'"lr pIopI are not ac'...

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. — 19 July 1902

VIEWS TAKEN ON ALASKAN EXPEDITION UP WHITE RIVER Charlie Parker of Deer Lodge has just returned from Alaska and brought with him pictures of the ill-starred expedi tion which he made up White river from the Yukon, in company with George W. Steinberg, well known In Butte and Deer Lodge, Aleck Gordon and Mike Tardy of Missoula, and A. McLean of Seattle. In that expedition Steinberg was drowned and the rest of the party, after suffering from cold and exposure, were compelled to abandon their outfit, at a point So miles up White river, and return to the Yukon. In one of the pictures all the members of the party are seen leaving White Horse station, the terminus of the White Pass railroad, with a four-horse team, hauling I* 4 i.4. 4 Ice Breaking Up on the Upper Yukon. The Swi li3g V.ej Ae EoJl )Nith Hu go Cakes, Angne of Which Would Crush a Canoe to Atoms. The Provisions o the Party Are Caiched on the Shore. Cache on the Banks of the Yukon to Keep Food Supplies Out of the Reach of Bears ...

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. — 19 July 1902

I REAL ESTATE TIPS FOR HOME BUYERS BELIEVES BUTTE HAS A GREAT FUTURE AS CITY Better Conditions Are Daily Observed in Financial Circles and the Eastern Investor Is Glad to Get In. Speaking of b.usintess contlitions, present and prospectivv. Mr. J. F. P'rice of the firm otf Il ll trotlters, silid to nli Inter Mountain mani today: "We are noIt getI(' tinh g ill mtti h kickiing lcuitis thlintg tare not wthat we might think they shoul Ile. 'Thetl' has ctrtiiinly iiitr nt soim thting Ido intg every i-day or I wtutoidl havie li n rt nindti e that 'titii t.ness was dulll.' I'rson ally, I t :t n it Ihit, I have not sit tfc.re from l;n k of I,11,in ess d rn'ing the week." C(ontiin' ni i-, . . l. Price staide : "I ft tco.s.' it ltl t hli r11ne i ithll('r d tihat nhei I thllll s oi(. tl.linling iin llin i' tIr .. li noti iw II Itt re i' six yearitrir t ii I ii tor i o arl f iitite di tir i nt. Ais t that tim te It i te wa (l rit- t It rn-i t it duii t of tihif- ' I i tryI town :;id .1--n' lln1 ...

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. — 21 July 1902

THE BUTTE INTER MOUNTAIN VOL. XXII NO. xo6 WEATHER FORECAST. BUTTE, MONTANA, MONDAY EVENING, JULY 21, 1902. FAIR WEATHER PRICE FIVE CENTS JONHN W. MACKAY, TIl WESTERN MINING KING, DIS IN LONDON ai One of the notable events of Mackay's life on the Comstock was the vi sit there of General Grant's party of Qlobe-trotters at the time the general ano they were encircling the weriRl. A pioture of the party, with f'air, Mackay, J. H. Kinkead, who was- governor of th e state at the time, and Mrs. Gillespie, wife of a Comstock superintendent, is loere presented to the readers of the Inter Mountain. The picture is one of thea most celebrated ever taken in the West. Thousands of copies have been sold of it, and it is a fine likeness of the people portrayed in it, as they were at the tic.u it was taken. They were all arrayed in the costumes in which they mad ea visit to the depths of the Con Vir -C ginia mine, and the photograph was taken in the works of the mine near the mouth of the shaft. Be...

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. — 21 July 1902

AMUSEMENTS RACING. 11igh-C lass Racing June 21st to Sept.r Undci" the Aiuspices of Montana Jockey Club First race at 3 p. n., each racing day. Street cars direct to track, while ('olumbia Garden cars will transfer. Admission $. LADII:.S IFEE. Ilugh I. Wilson, president; Lou Frank, secretary; Joseph A. Murphy, presiding judge ; BRalih It. Tozer, associate judge. THEATRICAL. Family Theater. DICK P. SUTTON, Manager RICHARDS & PRINGLE ORIGINRL ..(ieorgia Minstrels... Two nights commencing Sunday, JULY 20th With Su. day matinee. Street par ade at one o'clock. WOULD NOT PERMIT THE SEARCH OF HIS VESSEL Russian Sailors Said to Have Deserted Man of War and Got on American Transport. I it AssiOIArJl) Jru s.5, New York, July at.-P-aul Kasohevicih, who represenlts the Russian goverImiienit as consul at San Francisco, declareis that Capt. AbIraimn S. Bteckman, qnarter tsaster of the United States tra;nsport Logan, has treated his governmicent with contempt. Ile has notilied the Russi:n embul...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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