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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 24 January 1902

W(RE NOT READY WOTZON To ANNUL DUC3R o0 SIDRTZSUTION GONTINVRD. A. J. DAVIS ESTATE MATTER lawyers Zoote & Clark Wilt Renew Their Motion for a Substitution of Lawyers- This Preliminary to Other Mattar. The hearing of the motion to set aside the decree of distribution in the A. J. Davis estate came up in Judge Harney's court this morning, but the attorneys were not ready to present other matters in the case preliminary to it, and it went over to next Wednesday. Before it is heard it is understood that Roote & Clark will renew the motion withdrawn yesterday to substitute them selves for Drennan & Demond as attor neys for certain heirs of the estate. This matter will have to be settled be tore the attorneys ia the case will he in position to take up the other. Represent the Heirs. Attorney Demond, who is from New York, and Attorney Drennan of Butte have represented three of the heirs for several years. It is understood that two of these heirs have authorized the sub situatio...

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. — 24 January 1902

.1 ,, .,ý rW ýý Ii b(f » a ýý ý,ý; d ýý Dý ý. ý ý ýýýýý ~o ý ý` Oakland, Jan. 24.-Presielont J. 1'. Mn ran of the Calttfrnia League of Iblaehall clubs announced yesteudl:y that he has appointed Jimmie McDoniald and Jaek O'Connell as umpires for the next sea son, and that they a ill te tecepted. That they will oe,-lye good IaaI,,rtes Is assured, for seveal leuegri-s me bidd!tg for their eervitceM. Charles Comi-hey recelved nas a New Year's present from (Noerg' Muinson 4 table maele from the wntd iakent frim the ruins of the oil grandstand at Sportsman's park. St. Loits, whith was the scene of the many IriumplhlIes of the "browns." The legs of the talle are in the shape of teats ulul the top Is 5 minot ture diamond and aeroes the toll Is the inserplltion. The St. ueLuis itrowlis." Mtunson, who is slated for the seeretiry ship in McAleer's new St. Louts earn, theld the atone position when Comiskey was winning pennants with the old St. Louis club. Portland, Ore.. uan. 24.- Al Netil of 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. — 24 January 1902

Anaconda News. NO F00o IN THE HOUS& CUTLER FAMILY IN ANACONDA ARE BROUGHT FACE TO FACE WITH DEMON HUNGER. ONE BED FOR ELEVEN PEOPLE Horrifying and Disgusting Conditions Brought to Offoial Notice-Chief Taylor and City Attorney Sawyer Investigate. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Jan. 24.-Crowded into a filthy hovel, barely clothes enough to cover their nakedness and without a particle of food in the house. That was the condition in which Chief of Police Taylor and City Attorney Saw yer found the Cutler family yesterday at No. 13 Hickory street. The family numbers 12, father, mother and 10 children ranging from 13 months up to 20 years. The father is at present away, as is also the eldest daughter, who is married. Mrs. Cutler stated that her husband left home some weeks ago to look for work. She does not know his present where abouts but thinks it probable that he is in some mountain wood camp. Attention was first attracted to the cutler family through the arrest of two augh...

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. — 24 January 1902

Mines and Mining. GROUPIOf COPPERS CLAIMS ARE ATTRACTING THE ATTENTION OF MINING MEN. ARE STRICTLY IN THE BELT Several Are Being Developed and Will Give a Good Account of Them selves Later On-Are Rich in Ore. The last isiue of the New York En gineering and Mining Journal contains the following article (ji regar.1 to some of the mines of lutte. "A group of copper mines in the renter of the Butte copper d.Itirlt h'i' becoin'' very interesting of late. It was beleved formerly that the principal copper vi irns were further south, and no work t,, any extent had been done for the last 210 years on the group referr.'ii to, although it is surrounded on all sides by the best properties of the Anaconda 'oppi r lhni - pany, the Boston & Miontno, and the Butte & Boston L'noilper i'o nihs, "The group mentioned coip4ists of the following claims: The East (hin, the Lynchburg, the Jessie, the (au iiit Mountain, the Flat Iron, II irti' it twenty-fourths of the t'roisis, iine-half of the Pinu...

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. — 25 January 1902

STHE BUTTE IER MOUNTAIN. VOL XXI. NO. 260 BUTTh. DIONTANA. SATU , EVENING. JANUARY 25, 1902. PRICE FIVE CENTS RAILROAD ACCI0ENT -AT LOGAN JUNCTION Special Freight Train Butted Into the Pullmans On No. 12 But Did No Serious Damage. "0 0- " ."*O O O *O 4'4' 4'""0 40 4' * (Special to Inter Mountain.) O * IBoseman, Jan. 25.-A railroad wreck occurred at Logan about 5 * * o'clock this morning when No. 12 Eastbound passenger was run into 4 * by a special Eastbound freight. No one was injured although the 4 * freight engine struck the sleeper on No. 12 and threw two of them ofi 4 * the track. 4 * Both trains were coming in to Logan and both were making for the 4 * same siding and the freight ran into No. 12 at about an angle of 30 4 4 degrees or less. 4 * The engineer of the freight claimed his brakes would not work. 4 * It Was Narrow Escape. O * Mr. and Mrs. James Sawes of this city were on the train and in an 4 4 interview stated that it was only owing to both trains traveling at a 4 4 re...

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. — 25 January 1902

BOZMAN COLLAGE EROAT OORIR IN AGRIOULTURI FoR THE TUDEN'sU. PUPILS MAKE RAPID PROGRESS Work of Practical Instruction Is Great. ly Appreciated and Results in Much 4sood Being Acoom plished. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Boseman, Jan. 25.-Those in charge of the short course in agriculture at the college agree that the work is being done this year far uetter than ever before. While the numbers are not so large as the college hopes to see when the course is better known, the ability and inter est of the students indicate that the work is already appreciated. So far the greatest enthusiasm has been manifested in the forge work and Prof. Gill has some excellent work to show, done by the students in the short course since the holidays. There is a plough clevis as neatly, evenly and accurately finished as such work needs to be. The first day's lesion was to sharpen a full set of drag teeth. Now they are at work on an old plough which is to be repaired and put in as good shape as new. Next th...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 25 January 1902

Moataua's largpst Orecery Jau.25 00ood Groceries Cheap No matter how low the price, you can always depend on the quality at Lutey Bros. We are never satisfied unless you are. You are safe in dealing here. RICA A. ton of fancy head rice, the same grade os our 12%c, slightly brok en, pound.......................8 1-30 FURE JELLY It is so easy to adulterate jelly that the temptation is seldom re slated. Our Silver Kettle currant jelly Is absolutely pure; 6 pound glass jar $1.25; fancy tumbler .........................25c CHEESE Take a look at our cheese lepart ment. It is a model of neatness and cleanliness. Our assortment is most complete; nearly every country is represented by its different kinds. SUGAR 17 pounds finest granujated sugar ..... ....................$1.00 SAUIIRKRAUT Silver shred krout, pound..... ...5c BUTTa R Our B. B. butter is simply delicious. It's absolute purity and rich gold en flavor delights every one; pound ...........................300 A fine table butter, p...

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. — 25 January 1902

DAILY INTER MIOUNTAIN Isaued Every Evening, Except Sunday INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLIsHilNG CO. Address all mail to Inter Mountaliz Publishing company. M. A. BERGER. Manager. 20 West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Omfial Paper of Silver Bow County and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Ier year, by mail, in advance......5C, By carrier, per month.............. .7 SATURDAY' JANUARY 25, 1902. MONTANA CATTLE INTERESTS. Alarm has been felt during recent months by cattle raisers of Montana, who have been wrongly persuaded to believe that stock interests in the state were bound to be of less importance with each year of progress toward a state of cultivation. The chief source of this alarm has been news from Eastern cattle markets telling of the falling off in shipments of Montana cattle. The fact of the matter is Montana cattle are going West in large numbers. They supply the enormous demand in ('oast sections and in Alaska, and the stat isI ca of IEastern shipments no longer indicate the state of...

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. — 25 January 1902

-~ J 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 examine and hear this wonderful Instrument play the piano. Sold on small monthly payments when so desired. MONTANA MUSIC CO.. " 119 N. Main St. rýýI BLANK BOOKS ` OfflCE SUPPLIES Big Cut on all Farncy Goods and Picture Frarmes Montana Book Co. W. H. KLEIN, Manager 209 N. Main St., Butte. 'Phone 294 To Read and To Write At home or at omee; for plea; ture and for business; prhate. or professiotal: 1*herytiting you want at EVANS' BOOK STORE 114 N. Main St. Your Old Typewriter Made as Good as New In our repair shop. The repahi er has served years in a typewriter factory. New and second-hand typewriters for sale. Supplies of all kinds State agents for The Densmore and The New Century. CALKINS' 100K STORE Wasn't It Nice To get breakfast this morning on a gas stove, whilst others were sh...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 25 January 1902

FROM [VINOSTON ITE.RESTING SOCIAL EVENTS IN PARK COUNTY. PLEASANT ENTERTAINMENTS Piogressitve Euchre and Other Card Parties-Reading Circle at Mrs. King's-Marriages and An nouncements of Events. (Srecial to Inter Mountain.) Livingston, Jan. 23.-Mils Bert e IPtephenson very prettily entertained a large party of friends FI:iiay evening at cards. The game of six-handed euchre was played anl vet y much enjoyed by those present. The hbnd prizes were won by Miss Alice C'hmnbers and I)r. Pierce. second best by Miss Carleton and Mr. Mayne. The boohy awards went to Miss Mailon and Mr. Wetzstein. A very elaborate lunch ~as served by Miss Siephentson., Thos,- tro "ti \c rc : \1 ::'" Mallon, Belcher, Boyle, Daun1on, 1'hant bers, Alice Chambers, Carleton, Mcler mott; Mr. and Mrs. McCaw, McLatreu, McCue, Vitas, Horn, troth,. F. A. Thomp son, C. S. Hefferlin, Wetzstiin, Kinr, Harvey, Pierre, Miles, Wolcott, J. W. Hoefferilin, Mayne, Talkott, Leard, J. S. Tlhompson" Me''.. Ills cking1, IN:mn rt. Arm...

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. — 25 January 1902

LAWYER IN TEARS' I B,. X 00)kR . OBJZCTS. TO I1IN- ! I1ATIOIS OP WITNESS. CRIED BECAUSE HE IS FINED c Mrs. Richardson Was on the Stand in Her Own Behalf Today and Is Said to Have Created a Good Impression. (ity Associated Vre4.) Plattaburg, Mo., Jan. ;.-Interest to day in the trial of Mrs. Addle L. Rich ardson for the murder of her husband c centered in the story told on the witess I Stand by the defendant. Mrs. Richardson apparently produced I a favorable Impression, and before she t finished testifying the women in the court room were intears. While Mrs. Richardson was on the I stand a sensational incident took place I that resulted In the court fining C. F. e Booher, leading attorney for the state, and father of the county prosecutor, $50 ahd ordering the jury from the room. Mrs. Richardson had been asked if she had told everything to this jury that she had told to the coroner's jury. Mr. Boohr Breaks Down. "No," she replied, "not to the coroner's jury, but to Mr. Booher." "What ...

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. — 25 January 1902

( a. AO S _, Since Jimmie Whitlield, the widely known expert sporting writer of the Kansas City Star, has jumped into na tional prominence through his election to the position of president of the West- I ern Baseball league, there are many sto ries going the rounds about him. Some i of them are true, some, mayhap, a little to the bad for truth and veracity. But this one is true and forms one of the liveliest recollections in Jimmie's eventful sporting life. Along in the latter part of the 'HOs and the early '90s, prize fighting or boxing of any description was a felony in Mis souri. It was even a penitentiary of fense to make matches and train in the state at that thie. Fortunately for the i pugs, things are a little hit different now, f though most of the matches are pulled t off across the Kaw in Kansas. Of course there were prize fights in those days-and somie of heant were fights of the "fightinget't" kind -atoe knuckles, t skin gloves and the like. Flathoats on the Missouri riv...

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. — 25 January 1902

Anaconda News. RESIEIJ IS TIMOLI CUTLEU FAMILY BASRLT aAVD rROM STAZVATIOZ. HAVE PLENTY TO EAT NOW Chairman Killiher of the Coanty Doard Sent Them the Nemsssauies sad Epworth League Helped Them Some, Too. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Jan. 25.-The action taken by the authorities in the rescue of the Cutler family from starvation night be fore last was timely. If aid had not been sent at the time it was it is hardly likely that some of the members of the little group could have survived. Besides the part taken by Chairman Kelliher of the board of county com missioners the members of the Epworth League did much in the work of rescue. As soon as he learned of the case, Dr. H. F. Carman, one of the officers of the league took active steps to investi gate and later to send food to the starv ing family. "I never saw anything like it," said Dr. Carman last night, "that Cutler family was living in the worst filth imaginable, the house was worse than a hog pen, to use plain words. T...

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. — 25 January 1902

SOCIETY NEWS OF M NTANA. \ .... . . ........... . ............... - - - - - - * -* - - - -ýMýNN Mi scula. IM SOULA, Jan. 25.-The week's gayeties opened auspiciously with the pronounced sucess of the hall given by the ladies of the Mac Cabees in Elks' hall. It was advertised as a "Nationality Costume" ball. The ladies had, through the generosity of the leading merchants, been able to offer de sirable prizes for the two best represent ed costumes, for the two most comicat costumes and for the best couple In waltzing. Mrs. Henry Kerns costume of thick white flannel elaborately trimmed with crystals and glittering spangles and with powdered hair 'ov ered with diamond dust, represented "Klondike." With no dissenting voice Mrs. Kenn received the handsome stat uette representing a dainty Parisienne. The prizes for hest waltzers, an expens ive hat and pair of fine slippers, were awarded to Henry Schanders and Mrs. Bart Donley. The hive treasury is the richer by many good big American dol la...

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. — 25 January 1902

1- I rý ,pi ý J ° 1 , ' ý ý \ ý ýIr '" , *1 ,ý <ýr r f ýý (iºý l1111 5 1 D~TAT~1MXWF ORWO % ý G "" ýý ,i t l~ p ýitýý ýý ý, ý CA^I\JOýI IIIN C L A Y µ d1 NM. ý al 'p ýrý V ý ý perhaps the most unique mili T HE Meagher Guards of Butte, tary organization of its kind in the. country, has passed out of existence. After years of train ing and discipline which made it an ornament in time of peace and an effec tive body of fighting men in time of war it has passed into history. Deriving no sustenance either from the state or the national government, the Guards suc ceeded in equipping and supporting a magnificent company composed chiefly of young. men of Irish birth or parent age, loyal to the American flag, but ever ready to take a whirl at their ancient enemy, a desire which they significantly expressed by offering their services to the United States government at the time of Mr. Cleveland's famous message concering the Venezuelan difficulty, The Irishman is by natural instinct a first...

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. — 25 January 1902

K: 12 (9, uI :D NrW6 . I//ii LOWLY and uneventfully club S women pursue the even tenor of their ways, according to the year mioks nini their own sweet wills. The clubs whose membership is unlimited welcome new members every week while in the smaller clubs there are many on the waiting list. To the delight of the club women who are "new" to club life many of the new comers to Butte are club women of ex perience and culture. Women who, hav ing gone through the painful experience of "learning by observation" and how to do a thing by doing it, have only charily and a willingness to help in their hearts. some have joined clubs here and others have only as yet been visitors. Slowly but surely the nucleus of a lit erary 'ot'rie has been formed here, sev eral suecessful writers, not only un past ern papers, but for the leading maag zines, have been attracted, one to the other. Quietly they meet in their homes, seldom a premeditated meeting, but a drawing together as by a magnet. And such pe...

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. — 25 January 1902

1 r J.. I 4 %; If A" aHFI##9'E# % # fx##w@@HM%### * * * ATTRACTIONS OF THE WEEK *I *F Sutton's New Grand. * * Levy's Gallery of Pictures-Sun- * * day, Monday, Tu 'tilay, Wed- * ** nesday and Thursday evening.; * 4 Thursday matinee. ** Union Family Theater. * "Alvin Joslyn" - Entire week; * * Sunday matinee. * * -- *c Maguire's Grand Opera. * * Sunday-Lecture, "Itobert Em- * * mett," by John Maguire. # * Margaret Theater, Anaconda. * Dark. * # % M ## # # THAT the dramatization of the mod ern novel is in some instances a complete success was evidenced in the production of "The Pris oner of Zenda" and its equally stirring sequel, "Rupert of Hentzau" at Sutton's New Grand last week. A well-balanced company presented the pieces; good stage setting and the ab sence of any of the by-play which so often is a disagreeable feature of the' story on the stage, made a combination which Butte theater-goers thoroughly appreciated. Prof. Levy's gallery of moving pictures will appear at Sutton's New...

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. — 25 January 1902

00 (0 f!/ 0 ' ` SOCIETY for some reason past find ing out decided to this week rest wornout nerves. In order to plunge headlong into the fray next week and keep it up until Lent, that long desired Mecca of the worldly. Funny how many people who have litJ tie love for things churchly long for the coming of Lent-not to retire from the world and meditate, but in order to re tire from crowds and have quiet little hIohnobs with their families wit..out the whole social world looking on and won dering "Now, why was I not invited?" The truth of the matter is Butte is becoming too metropolitan for any one clique to handle its social affairs. Where there used to be, say two or three lead ing social lights or families, there are now two or three dozen such stars in the social firmament. For a while Butte - society of the old regime seemed at sea, so many newcomers all armed with un impeachable credentials and who must be entertained. Now they they have settled down to the basts of the older ce...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 25 January 1902

glass lug. The second prize, a dainty Wedgewood placque, Mrs. Buckles and Mrs. Rembhardt had to out for and Mrs. Steinhardt won it. Then the club en joyed delicious cake and coffee. The members are: Mrs. D. F. Rein* har4t, Mrs. Ignatius Donnelly, Mrs J. W. Gunn, Mrs. W. W, Cheeley. Mrs. Arthur H. D. A. Dick son, Mrs. .Pr Yrs. ugh C. Laughlin, Mrs. 8. Bucoles. MY T. A. Grigg, Mrs, C. V. FP1teo, Mrs. Freder ick Squire. Monday Miss May Rein hardt is substituted for Mrs. Cheeley. The Y. Y. Club Played Euchre. Once more the M. M. club played euchre, fate having decreed some other game for a long time. The hostess Mon day last was Mrs. A. H. Mitchell at her home on Oregon avenue. The first prise, a half dozen Haviland china oyster plates, went to Mrs. Schuy ter Brewster; the second, a pretty indi vidual cereal set, was captured by Mrs. Nina Williams. The lone hand prime, a cut glass olive dish, was the trophy for Mrs. Clarke Willis. The consolation, a book of Kipling's, was carried off by...

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. — 25 January 1902

Ioci.depnta or or, hi II Mid-Winter Fashions and Hints of Coming Styles. Furs and Vel vet are Popular. Embroidery as Trimming has the Premier Place. Pleats, Yokes, Sleeves and Collars are Changing in the Variable Wind of Fashion. LTAIOUGH tie are yet in the midst of t inter wiatier and necessarily fashions for this sea son are still of int rest. there are hints of spring to be found in the display of sommiter matriatls al ready shown in the stores, andi those tontempltting Soui th'i'n or cu.4t tripsl are deilgn~ng gowns for wear ih a less rigorous climate. And in this Instance white seems the prevailing shade; giwns of white cloth, barege and the differ.nt novelty woolens being the thing. Outside wraps and hats are also made up in white to correspond, with perhaps a touch of color which only enhances its beauty. A touch of green on white is striking and effective. For the present fashions velvet and fur are enjoying a popularity well dlesrved, for they harmonize exluisitlly for gown...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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