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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 22 January 1902

UNDER NEW ORDER AR3SUT 0F WOMEN VIOLATING uULZS OF "BLINDS DOWN." "INJUN JOHNNY" IN COURT Pleads Not Guilty While Battered Partner Sets Back Out of Harm's Way - Police Court News. "Injun Johnny" Hight stepped boldly forward this morning in response to his call by Police Court Clerk Winn to plead to the charge of assault and battery. His ci-devant partner, John Crawford, who says Johnny lambasted him out of the jointly occupied cabin, sat quiver ing and shaking out of reaching distance from his old comrade. Johnny pleaded not guilty and then strode back to his seat, after casting a satisfied look at the scratched countS nance of the complainant. The case will be tried next Friday afternoon. Morris Hirschfield and L. Zabludowsky, the second-hand men arrested for having stolen shoes belonging to John Kelley in their possession, pleaded not guilty and will be tried Friday. Must Keep Blinds Down. The first arrest for violating the pollce order to the denizens of the tenderloin to keep th...

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. — 22 January 1902

ýU i i .. s `ý a lý Did ý , ý 4d C ,,, i ý ý c 0 Conslderh 1al Interest is binlg tlken iln the pool toillrnnm'ent at the (over'lnnil club, which tegann last Mondlay night. Some extra good playing has nrkl;lld the prellillnarl't.s and the finalts ire(' xp) rted to develop rIIsome seilnsational I'us. The wiinners In the Ip.'lltnli' es were'' the following: Dr. (OCotnnnr, ('harlo'e lDav\slon, ir'. WVIx, lien ('ashy, lIt'. Kenneldy, 1'. K. ('ll fl lla n, ('. II. ltIng, (:i.,rg t, M ark ley atu . F. hludtthi. The highest run Iln the lprei'liminarties .was 3 and w\til ll ade bhy lB,t (~nbsy. The play1 will tnon tinel during the week. And now the'y say it a\\ .lsn't Aittorney Trlppet who stolpped the W1iad,-ttple miatch at Analcondlla. All thie 'credit that has golne o o the lLan of anti-,tuglllisttc ideas iis to bie taklion aitai y ly the mtaking public of[ a iuarrel' whih had f ,r II re ault the buncolog of "Kid"' Uple and his] Lralitner, Mulos. I,. l.o1ntlise. According to the dop1 amol...

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. — 22 January 1902

Anaconda News. MUSTERED 1U FOUR UMN1P COUNWIL mTING PROVaU TO 3B A IIZZLr. NYE TOO SICK TO BE THERE Aldermen Gangner, 8teurnagle, O'Leary and Wallaoe Were the Only Ones Who Responded to the a11l of the Self Constituted Mayor. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Jan. 22.-The "rump" coun cil meeting advertised to take place in the city hall last night did not material Ize. It turned out to be a farce, juut ae all good thinking people felt sure that it would. Such a grand flisle was not expected, or in any manner anticipated, by the few members of the council who have stood in the way of nearly every bit of legis lation Introduced for the benefit of the city and who have played the role of obstructionists ever since the inaugura tion of Mayor Stephens. They even cheated the galleries out of a good round of fun, by being able to only muster up four members on roll call. There were no bursts of enthusiasm from the back part of the house, which was well filled with spectators; there we...

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. — 22 January 1902

Mines and Mining. MON[Y IN COPU[R TWELVE COMPANIES PAID p26, 872,400 IN DIVIDENDS IN 1901., SOME FAKE CORPORATIONS The Gullible Investor in Their Stock Gets the Worst of It-Butte Mine. Are Not in That Class. It. J. Hlouston, the New York nt;tl broker, says of the (ol)pnlr sitIuation: "Copper, commniercially ,onslder. II, In just now passing through icruelal m'JI l and phases. Market 'vaies have been slashed and utl uintlI tihe very villlis of the copper industry are .inciing uniier the keenness of thdelate whlich has al ready severed prollfts t an Ialllltring ex tent. Markel values havel fallen 4i7 toi 5G per pound during the last ::0 days, and if this shrinkage was iaki'n off the annllllil copper output of this oulllry alonp,., it Would mean a It'i to .\i n rii ,' ln cler minnes of about $2.,o00,iiuil Iio N2.,lOlll0 oil n the year's productlilttn. Enormous Dividends for 1001. 'V.WJth 11 months ot goid lop .,r prices last year 12 i, .pe.r c(topanies wert, ableI to declare divi\leini...

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. — 23 January 1902

THE BUTTE INTER MOUNTAIN. VOL. XXI. NO. 258 aLTE. DOIATANA, THURSDAYrEVENING. JANUARY 23, 1902. PRICE FIVE CENTS CNIN[S[ [XCLUSION, UO0N W. F05TER GIVES THE SEN ATE TAE BENEPIT Ori HIS VIEWS. OPPOSED TO PROPOSED BILL I Explained That the Old Treaty Would Come in Efect W nsti Last One Ex pired-Uaid Chinese Benefcial to Hawaiian Islands. (By Associated Press.) Washington. Jan. 23.-Former Secre tary of State John W. Foster appeared before the senate committee on immi gration today, and spoke in opposition to the Chinese exclusion bills which have been introduced in congress. His remarks were directed more par ticularly to the Mitchell or Pacific coast bill, which, he said, was a plain viola tion of our treaty with China. Mr. Foster said our government had four times asked China to modify exist ing treaties in the interest of American citizens, and that in every instance China had acceded to our request. He then submitted for the consideration of the committee three propositions. The fi...

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. — 23 January 1902

CURE FOR ODffCTS SENATOR DOLLIVER MAXES SPELCH ON TARIFF. RATES CAN NOW BE CHANGED Wonderful Development of American Trade and Commerce Has Made Change in Tariff Rates a Necessity to Be Paced. (fy Associated Press.) Des Moines. Iowa. Jan. 21. -- Sfenftlor Dolliver, in an address at the joint ses sion of the legialature upon his re-elec tion, said in part: "There has never been a time and there never will be a time when an American industry. makling an unequaled and even a precarious fight with foreign competi tors, will not find among our people the spirit of encouragement and helpiulness expressed in the laws of the United States. And yet nobody is any longer bound to the fact that with nitny or the industries the United States the rates of duty which In 197 were regarded as reasonable, and were in feet reasonnbl have since that time, owing to the cure o0R development of our induetr i'- anti commercial life, become unnecessnry anti in many cases even absurd. "They stand on our stat...

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. — 23 January 1902

Moataus's largest Grocery Jau.23 WE REALIZED LONG AGO That to be successful wI must offer "highest quality' in goods at "low est prices." These two essential points have convinced thousands that thby always get their money's worth at Lutey's. BISMARCK HERRING Finest imported Bismarck Herring; large cans, regular price 75c; today, per can..................60c SUGAR Finest Granulated Sugar, 17 pounds .......................$1.00 FR.ESH VEGETABLES Cabbage, Beets, Carrots or Ruta bagas, 15 pounds ................250 Extra fine Parsnips, 12 pounds ........................ 25c Sweet potatoes, per pound ........ Sc Green Onions, 2 bunches .......... 6c Fancy Hothouse Lettuce; pound ...........................30c Snow-white Cauliflower; pound ...........................100 Fresh Spinach, pound............10c CANNED VEGETABLES Thelma Corn, the best for the money in the city; per can....12%c Standard Corn. a very good quality, 10c; 3 cans.............25c Small, tender, sifted Early June Peas,...

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. — 23 January 1902

DAILY iNTER MOuNTAIN I~sued Every Evening, Except Sunday. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING CO. Address all mail to Inter Mountain Publishing company. M. A. BERGER, Manager. U West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. O8kcial Paper of Silver Dow County ano City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per year, by malL in advance......(S.8 By carrier, per month............. ..7 THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1902. MEMORIAL FUND. The plan to erect a memorial to the late President McKinley by contribu tions averaging twenty-five cents each is one that will appeal to the patriotic feeling of every American citizen. The total sum required is not large, but a memorial erected in such a way will be an example of patriotism and public spirit that cannot fail to have a lasting influence for good. Montana's oontrlbu tions will go to hell) swell the total, ani the freely given evidences of esteem front residents of this state will benefit the givers inestimably. Esperially is this true when those who make the con tributions are...

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. — 23 January 1902

.THE PIANOLA The Planola la on exhibition at our store, No. 119 North Main street, and visitors are always weleoae. The merely curious as well as in ending purchases are cordial y In vltod to call and examine and hear this wonderful Instrument play the plian. Sold on small monthly pDaYents when so desired. MONTANA MUSIC CO.. 119 N. Main St. BLANK BOOKS OFrICE SUPPLES Big eut on all Fancy Goods and Picture Frames Montana BookCo. W. H. KLEIN, Ma'agcv 209 N. Main St.. Butte. Phone 294 Books Cheap A big line of standard books in troth binding, This Week 25c Each Blank Books for all lines 'f bust ness. Automatnc' Inkstan is, 35c each and upwards. Typ'owriting Papers and, &Iupples.) .lnwi ogruh Ii Supplies. Diarles and Journals. Ice Skates at Gust. EVANS' BOOK STORE 114 N. Clain St. New and Second Rand. State Agents for the "Densmore," P &"New Century," Typewriter Sup E1 plies and Perfect Repa ring. WRITERS CAINS' 10K STWRE Heat Your Curling Irons Over your gas jet. You can't do i...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 23 January 1902

ESTATE MATTHRS 933GN WOLERNAN TRANSACTS PROBATE BUSINESB. HWO4ULD REMOVE GUARDIAN TYoung Fred W. cheuer Is After the Scalp of Charles E. Kinman, Guardian of Frederick V. Scheuer. In Judge McClernan's court this morn ing the attorney for Fred W. Schmer, who is trying to oust Charles E. Kinman am the guardian of his father, Frederick V. Schmer, took a new start, with the filing of a motion. The motion asks that Kinman he re moved, and it contains practically the same allegations as the petition hereto fore entered and knocked out by de murrer, except that former defects are cured. The petition asked that young Schmer he substituted as guardian in place of Kinman. The hearing of the motion was set for January 29. In the estate of James Whittaker, de ceased, an order was made setting Feb. ruary 10 for the hearing of the final ac count of the administrator. An order for the publication of notice to creditors was made in the estate of W S. Fagan, deceased. In the (state of Dnilel Sheehan,...

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. — 23 January 1902

10000 TO WOMEN O)XZNN5T SWUIP ]US SAD LUCK IN EIS WOV AITAIRS. TWO SUICIDE THIRD INSANE Allen Eas Evil Eye for Women Who Love-Mrs. Allen Arrested on Insanity Charge, Then Released. With the addition of one more chapter to the troubles of Chimney Sweep Fred Allen and his wife, by the arrest yester day evening of Mrs. Alien on a charge of disturbance, afterwards changed to insanity, comes the belief in police cir cles that Allen is certainly a hoodoo for women. The police records in Butte and Helena show that this is the thrid woman to meet with misfortune after assortating with the grimy captor of women's affec tions. Along in 1895 Allen lived in Helena with a woman known as Mame McGill. One day the woman was found dying from the effects of chloroform. Short ly after the discovery she died, and the police arrested Allen on suspicion of being connected with her death. Allen was later relVtsed, it being shown that the woman ,had committed suicide. The Spell of the Hoodoo. The sweep cam...

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. — 23 January 1902

90 Swithin the next few weeks the salary limit w ill be increased from $1000 to $1200 per month. The prospect of a basebull team next summer, in a league where the oth4r y v clubs represent towns nearly all of th th larger than Helena is gratifying to the 0local fnns. If a good clean artIcle of ball Il put up next season will noe one of the beat baI seasons known in this section of the West. Baseball miatters are bnoming in Ilutte just now. Nvaraly till of the h loney nee essary for the launching of the Hutte club has been promised, and in a f ii' days there w ill lit it full list of suisa'rit era. President Lane anan Manager McClos key are going ahead with the work of or ganization and are already in corro spondenne with a number of gard play ers. The Intention is to put up at iust class team for tutte, and the manarte mient has no dlniht of being able to gather in good men, despite the lateness of the contracts. Manager McCloskey leaves In a few days for Spokane, to attend the fir...

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. — 23 January 1902

THE BUT Anaconda News.I DOWN SIXTY 11ET DEVELOPXENTS DEM11 MADE Al ANACONDA'S COAL MINES. SHAFT IS IN SAIO STONE Believed Coal Vein Will Be Cut Into Within 15 Feet-Encouraging Re ports from Shaft No. 2 About the Coal Found There. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Jan. 23.-Development work is being pushed forward steadily at khe new coal minies, now being opened up. Just north of the city. A visitor to the property owned by R, osenfield, J. W. Black and others esterday discovered that a depth of ver 60 feet had been reached and it Ivas thought by those in charge that the dy of coal, discovered in the tunnel run into the hill front Newcomb's Gulch, (Would be tapped within the next 15 feet. Indications point strongly that the coal IlI be reached even before that time, the strata of solid sandstone, found ying next above the coal in the tunnel elow, has already been tapped and it (epends on Its thickness and hardness uo determine the exact time it will take to pass through it. Eave...

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. — 23 January 1902

Mines and Mining. NEAR RADERSBURO HEATING AND OTHER MINES UN DER OPTION TO EASTERN MEN. VEINS OVER 100 FEET WIDE Jewel & Co. Developing Two Claims They Have Struck a Streak of Rich Ore-Sinking Is in Progress. Rtadershurg, Mont., Ja. 23.-The Keating mine Is under option to an East ern syndicate for 90 days. The Keating is the old st mine in this district and has born an Imnnense plo ducer of the yellow metal, rnil'ions of dollars having been taken from It by its owner and original locator, Mr. Keat ing, who was loth to patt with it on any terms. The syndi ate that has taken the option proposes to put In pumps and machintery atid thoroughly develop it. At present the mine is opened to a depth of 400 feet. Monterey Group Option. The Monterev grl(otp of lainims, located on the same mineral telt as the K'lting, but about four miles out iiwest of the latter, is aiso under option to an East ern coipatny. The properIty ls owned by Italls brothers and has a grMat surface showing. The wor...

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. — 24 January 1902

L. THE BUTTE LIER MOUNTAIN. VOL. XXI. NO. 259 BUTTP. MONTANA, PRIDA' WENING. JANUARY 24, 1902. PRICE FIVE CET RAILROAD MA6NAT[S RML AND HARRIMAN APPEAR RWFORE THE INTER STATE COMMEROCE COMOIBSION. BOTH TESTIFY THIS AFTERNOON First Two Witnesses Today Swear That the Proposed Merger of Interests Would Kake Little or No Differ enoe In Question of Ratee. (By Associated Press.) Chicago, Jan. 24.-What is expected to be one of the most interesting resslons the inter state commerce com.nission ever held began here today. The promised presence of Jamcqp J. Hill and E. H. HIiahrniaj, who ar. cup posed to know all about the community of interest plans of the railroads and who are expected to enlighten the com nisasion on various points concerning the plan, brought a crowd of curious people, chiefly traction men, into court. It is the expressed purpose of the com mission to discover, if possible, what changes, if any, have been created be tween the general public and the rail roads by reason of...

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. — 24 January 1902

BRANDING HORSES CX&ARLES STICNIZY IS UNDER ARERST IN DILLON. IS SAID TO BE A RUSTLER Ne Will Have a Preliminary Hearing One Week from Next Tuesday Stock Inspector Staudaher Is a Rustler, Too. (Sp,'1int to ei ter Atouln1lt in.) Dillon, tan. 24. -:',tr Ick lin. e fillo Stati daher is doing his best to have thei ma terial at Deer Lodge' to organize a so ciety of 1eavet' head county live btock rustleri, hit latest candidate for mem bersh ip heing arrested today. His name Is 4'harlea Ititlkney and he 1s aicuteed of branding some hoIrseI owned by Hlower 4chityrt' of fledrock. Mcintyre is i resii'1 nt of the 3tidlinie Lodge section and at the time of the Crn e'r'-Staniand controuvers'y It( was (fhe star witness for the w'aver side: of the (use. Mr. Statdahtr stated yesterday that a good ease has it .it wookedt Iup i against Stickiiy, that the horses he ha tnded already bcar air. Alelittyre's brand and that they went ae' and twio-yiiar-oltu. Stickney was a mi gned lwtore Jutivce tood ye...

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. — 24 January 1902

Meetaua'.s Lrgest GrKery Jan.23 WE REALIZED LONG AGO That to be successful we must of:er "highest quality' in goods at "low est prices." These two essential points have convinced thousands that they always get their money's worth at Lutey's. BISMAtCK HERRING Finest imported Bismarck Herring; large cans, regular price 75c; today, per can..................60c SUGAR Finest Granulated Sugar, 17 pounds.......................$1.00 FRESH VEGF TABLES Cabbage, Beets, Carrots or Ruta bagas, 15 pounds................26c Extra fine Parsnips, 12 pounds................. ......I5e Sweet potatoes, per pound.......ic Green Onions, 2 bunches..........Sc Fancy Hothouse Lettuce; pound ........ .............0c Snow-white Cauliflower; pound ...........................10c Fresh Spinach, pound............10e CANNED VEGETABLES Thelma Corn, the best for the money in the city; per can....12co Standard Corn, a very good quality, 10c; 8 cans.............25c Small, tender, sifted Early June Peas, dozen $1.50; tw...

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. — 24 January 1902

DAILY INTER MOUNTAIN Issued Every Evening, Except Sunday INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING CO. Address all mail to Inter Mountali Publishing company. M. A. BEROER, Manager. 3 West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Omtdlal Paper of Silver Dow County and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION RATS3. Per year, by mall, in advance......37753 13y carrier, per month............. .7E FRIDAY, JANITARlY 24, 1902. TiE CITY PARK LAW. Montana's towns and liiles are iuov ing forward to piaces of conseltueni" where airs affected by their more prcr tentious sister cities, east and west, tir'' decidedly becoming. The latest things in public libraries are sported by the con fident, progressive citlet of the state, and city parks are all the rage wiherevn rv Inviting surroundings suggest Ibis form of ornament to complete i(he buldcing charms of the state's priucipial I wtos. News comes from Missoula that te1 hearts of the residents of that plin have been made glad by the doncat on of a tract of land for park purposes tic at...

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. — 24 January 1902

a 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 vitod to call and exatilne 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 OFFIC[ SUPPLIES Big eut on all Fancy Goods and Picture Frames Montana Book(Co. W. H. KLEIN, Manager 200 N. Main St., Butte, 'Phone 204 Books Cheap A lig line of standard books In cloth bind1in , This Week 25C Each Plank Books for all lines if hust neys. Autonmatic Inkstanas, 35c each anl upwards. Ty i'wrltlng I'apers and Supplies DIMieograph Suppiles. 1iriiies and JournIls. lee HSattc at cost. EVANS' BOOK STORE 114 N. flain St. A New Era The solid cabinet the is obsolete. The sectional filing Kabnet has suc ceeded. The Itockwell-Wabash sectional bookcases and filing cab inets have the lead. More capac ity in less space; better made...

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. — 24 January 1902

IORSES SCARCE $paSEMXN rEAR NEXT YEAR WILL SE3 A FAMINE. YEAR'S SHIPMENTS HEAVY qange Horses Have Been Pretty Well Cleaned Up, Leaving Only the Better Grade of Horses In the State. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Helena, Jan. 24.-A conservative es timate of the number of horses shipped from Montana last year places the num ber at 100,000. During the summer and Call a large number of consignments were made to the Omaha, St. Paul and Chicago markets with the result that this year's shipments are perhaps as large as the record of any year in the past. bince the appreciation in horse flesh there has been a steady shipment of equines from Montana. The result in that there are now fewer horses in this state than ever before, indeed, there are no large bands, and unless there In a movement of horses to Montana from the south there is certain to be a borne famine in this state next year. Before the bottom fell out of the horse market a cayuse could be seen on every hill. Today it is possible t...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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