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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 28 January 1902

Anaconda News. STORY Of, WtAT[R: t WRY GROCER0 DMLIV3B POTA- C TOES ONLY AT OWNMU'S Ea t, FREEZE IN THIfTY SECONOS But Afterwards They Can Be Used for a Great Many Things Not Ieee tofore Thought of-Improve ment Over Golf Balls. (Bpeclal to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Jan. 28.-The kind of weath er that has been prevailing for the last few days is exceedingly hard on vege tables, and eqpeclally on potatoes. Grocerymen in fact have refused to undertakle to deliver tiem except at the owners' risk of them being frosen. The following incident was instrument at in bringing about such a state of af fairs: Several days ago a prominent clti sen of Anaconda dropped into a grocery store and ordered one-half bushel of potatoes delivered at his residence. In due time they arrived. There was one striking thing about these potatoes: they were all of a uniformn size, being about one Inch in diameter. Like Saot in 'in Pan. As the delivery man gpened the kitch en door and dropped them on the floor they...

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. — 28 January 1902

Mines and Mining. R-ICH ORE BODI[S OLD CAMP OF YO000 I AGAIN COXING UP. VERY SATISFACTORY ASSAYS District Located in the Northern Part of the State - ,warge Values in Gold and Copper Obtained. The old-tine mining camp ofI Ytogo is again attractinlg considlrahble atctin tion in the mInlling, world anId n uIn usual activity is iutlTed in the vicirtlty of the old inlmpi situatel, Ilunder the shadow of Yogo I laly, says the Fergus county Argus. At short iintervais enll'OIIttraging rIe ports are received ftolll the' Yugo Illlnl ing dlstrict, hlch, with the exteti Pon of the sapphire Itelis, has ibeen in a state of Iconlllaratlve irnatlivlty for srev eral years, and tlhe' future look{ Ibright for the pin ieer ct'tampl of th"e iliitl Imount tains. It was In 1879 that a small party of miners first endeavored to wrest thle yel low dust fromit the bed of Yogo crcctk antd since that timne mlany unsuccessful at tempts have been tlad to c(ompe('l D1)nrte Nature to dellver up aI portionll f the v...

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. — 29 January 1902

BTJ..E INTMOUN' ' AIN. VOL. XXI. N. 263 B.TTE. DIOTANA. WEDPES EVENING. JANUARY 29, 1902. PRICE FIVE CENTS REVIEW O. COURT RINDINiS PRESENTED TO TIE PRESIDENT ADMIRAL SIdHLiY, THROVUGH HIS ATTOBRNYI, APPEALS TO CO MANDER-IN-OHIEF. COVERS EIGHT PRINTED PAGES He Asks That the Majority Findings of the Court of Inquiry Be Reviewed and Bases His Appeal Upon Admiral 'Dewey's Report--Wants Secretary Long's Approval Annulled. (By Associated Press.) Washington, Jan. 29.-The navy depart ment has made public Admiral Schley's appeal, delivered to the president about a week ago. The department's "comment" will be published in a day or two. Admiral Schley appeals to the president as the chief executive and commander-in-chief of the army and navy, "vested with jlbw er to regulate and direct the acts of the several executive oLr.ers thereof, and he asks that the president review the find ings of the court. He asks this on three grounds, in each case basing his appeal on the findings of Admiral Dewe...

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. — 29 January 1902

Ilt SAWv 82 LVtW( WON1DERUL RIOORD MADE BI oAPTAI., paraTON. TOOK MANY DESPERATE RISKS This Modest Hero Lives in Baltimore and Has Been a Hero Since 1859 When He Rescued a Young Girl. (B!y Associated Press.) Baltimore, Jan. 29.-Life-saving on both land and sea has become a habit with ('apt. William H. Chelton, who lives at 116 South Patterson Park avenue, Baltimore. Year after year he has gon4 on saving lives until now he has a rec ord of 82 rescues, 73 of them being res cues on the water and three being those of ladies whom he pulled from In front of railroad trains as they were about to be crushed to death. He has never re ceived a cent of money by way of re ward, but has what he prizes even more than money-the affidavits and personal letters of a number of the people whom he has saved. There is one reward that the captain wishes, but he discusses his perform ances so modestly 'that it is not generally known, and that Is a medal from the United States which he can leave to his des...

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. — 29 January 1902

MIltai's esta tersort Jam.29 NEWJ BUCK WHEAT Fresh ground pure old-fashioned Buckwheat frgm the largest buck wheat flour mills in the world at Cohocton, IQ, Y. We guarantee it absolutely pure and fresh, Pure old-fashioned Buckwheat. Special sale, 24% pound sack.. 1.10 10 pound sack...................50c FOR HOT CAKES H. O. Pancake, or Buckwheat Self rising Flour; Ralston or Shaw's Self-rising Pancake Flours, 2 pound package..........12%H MAPLE SYRUP Quaker Maple Syrup is guaranteed as fine as can be bought. Per gal- - Ion $1.25; half gallon............ 65 Strictly fresh eggs, dozen........0ec CANNED VEGETABLES Try out 12%o canned corn, peas, Lima or Refugee string beans and tomatoes. Their quality will as tonish you-don't Judge them by the prlce- If you want a case assorted to suit yourself, here is the price: Dosen $1.40; case .......... $2.75 SUGAR 17 pounds finest Granulated Sugar ....................... $1.00 QUAKER BREAD Is the talk of the town. It Is a per: fect white bread, m...

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. — 29 January 1902

IMLY INTER MOUNTAIN Iasued Every Evening, Except Sunday INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHIlN CO. Address all mall to Inter Mountain Publishlng company. M. A. BERGER, Manager. M West Granite Street. Butte. Moot. Omclal Paper of Silver Dow County an4 City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. I'er year, by mall, In advance...... 7.50 By carrier, per month........... ..7 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1902. WORK Ot THE ASSESSORS. At the meeting of the Assessors' a.so clation all is not as harmonious as could be wished. (Conflkctng interests are rep resented In the odly and it Is said that earnest debate in the commltteemeetings will he the rule. From several sections of the state lobbiles hav been sent to pull W\hat wires they c'an and influence the action of the assesInrs for the benefit of Interests they have at stakL,. Fr'Ot Northern Montana the woolgrowers have sent represetat Iv\tes, determined to have the valuatliin pilred tu.o shetltep 'tll, dtown. The v;alulLation heretofore htas been $2.50 per headl: no...

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. — 29 January 1902

THE PIANOLA The Pianola is on exhibition at our store, No. 119 North Main street, and visitors are always welcome. The merely curious as well as in tending purchases are cordial y in vited to call and examine and hear this wonderful Instrument play the piano. Bold on small monthly payments when so desired. MONTANA MUSIC CO.. 119 N. Main St. BLANK BOOKS OffICE SUPPLIES Big eut on all Fancy Goods and Picture Frames Montana Book Co. W. H. KLEIN, Manager 209 N. Main St., Butte, 'Phone 294 To Read and To Write At home or at office; for pleas ure and for business; prlh tte or processional. J verythipig you want at EVANS' BOOK STORE 114 N. Clain St. Typewriter Repairs Our repair man served years in a factory and we make old type writere good as new. Several secopd-hand machines in perfect condition very cheap. State Agents for the "Densmore," the New Cen tury. All kinds of supplies. LALKINS' OOK STORE Cltolly-You look comfort able, Tom. Tom--Yes, Just had fine breakfast at the restaurae. P...

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. — 29 January 1902

I ITRY 01 AIRSHIPS ,iVENTOR WEITEHEAD HAS A DIRIGIBLE FLYING MACHINE. '4ILL EXHIBIT AT ST. LOUIS Connecticut Inventor Who Has a Suc cessful Machine After the $200,000 Prize Offered by the World's Fair Management. (Ity Asoaneated Press.) Pt. Iouis, Jan. 20.-The first entry for the airship contest at the Louisiana Purchase exposltion has been received. The inventor, who announces his inten tion to comnpete for the prize of $2010,000 offered by the exposltion, Is tuntave Whitehead of 241 ilne street, rildgeport, Connecltcut. Mr. Whiteh'ad has been at work along piracthlal line.. building one machine after nnother, precerving the good poiunts of each andi dslnarding those that have been found undo sirable. This in the process by which a'l valu able machines and devices have been brought to present day per'fecPtlon. Mr. Whitehead has met with an en couraging succens inc his efforts. lie writes as follows: Mr. Whitehead Writes. "I have read In different newspapers that you are going to of...

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. — 29 January 1902

aj WILL VIt IT sT. •w ia, mni. WAUsEB AND OrATTANrOOGA. MAGNIFICENT SPECIAL TRAIN It Is Now Arranged That the German Prince Will Be Under Control of Arrangement Committee-E-m peror Has Approved Them. (By Associated Press.) Washington, D. C., Jan. 29.-Emperor Willllam has approved the plans of the committee of arrangements for the recep ,lion of Prince Henry, as far as they go. Ste has left to the committee the ar rangement of the details of the general plan. A special train will be engaged by the government for the journby of the prince. T~hs train will be made up of six cars pf the finest description, and one will be set apart for the exclusive ancommoda tlon of the prince. \ The press will be cared for as far as the limited space will permit. It is now proposed to take the distinguished vis Itor as far into the South as Chattanooga, as fat' West as St. Louis and as far 'North as Milwaukee on one slde and IBos ton on the other. Visit Grant's Tomb. The prince will arrive in New York...

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. — 29 January 1902

af 11'\ As expected, the meeting of the Pa cific Northwest Baseball league did not end up without at little scrap. It wasn't much of an argument, Just sufficient to change the plans of President Lucas on the schedule propoaltion and go against the a Ishes of the lButte and Helena clubls. The disturbance arose over the sched lale presented by President Lucas, one of which provided for four games ai we:a k and the other for flive games. The coiast towns were in favor f fven\' gamnes, while the Montana managers wanted four games as keeping up tile intlerest hbetter. I There was considira ltle debate over the question, which was finally ended by the coast towns voting in the five gaitte schedule. T'liie opening gtames will he played the last week of April. On April 29 and :10 and May 1, 2 and 3, Butte will play at Slpokane, Helena at Se attle and PI'ortland lit Tacoma. The following week iutlte will play at Seattle, Heleina at Tacona and l'ortlind at Spokane. The season will close the w...

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. — 29 January 1902

Anaconda -News. OIL BOOM STARiTEI OREGON DISCOVINSB ENTHUSE MANY ANAOO*DANS. STOCKS ARE ABOVE PAR TODAY As a Result of the Malheur County Finds-County Officials Have Dreams of Great Wealth-Will Become Oil Magnates. (ipecial to Inter Mountain.. Anaconda, Jan. 29.--O11l stock went up In Anaconda yesterda on the strength of the Associated Press dispatch con taining the information that oil in large quantities had been struck in the Mal heur basin In Eastern Oregon. No telegrtphic . information was ' re celved during the day confirming the re port, but the several residents of this city who happen to be interested in that section were none the less sanguine. H. P. Napton, the well-known attor ney, is thoroughly acquainted with the Jay of tie country and its formations and is thoroughly convinced that there as some truth to the published account of the new oil find. Report Is Believed. Mr. Napton has kept' careful watch of developments for several months and has been instrumental in form...

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. — 29 January 1902

Mines and Mining. iAUOINGi TlE COSi COPPER NOT ALWAYS UNIFORM LY DISTRIBUTED. SEGREGATION CAN BE MADE Value of a Copper Mine May Be Diminished by a Descending Price of the Red Metal-Large Mines Have the Best of It. The ablsence of a clear, Intelligent statement of the cest per i)llpound of pro ducing 'opl per, and now the (cost is made, 4i still netltietlnlh! In the !pr::a disc l, usi tnl of copper IinininK, says the lMinlling and Cldentlfli Pres. The1: (fl'ect rof the abl sence of sutcll a statement Is the makinKl l of a had imatt.er worse. It i a relpr esl ing fortce on copplier mitt, Vlitu..s. 'ite cost per pound of poel'unlt1 'opperr in practicallly tlepenlldent n lthe utiinu, e-r oft pounds of copper lI the iuton of 1re thlt is'miled and reduced. In very few mines is the copper so uniformtly dllistrltuted In all of the rock matrix Ihrt it a egrega tion of the ores4 In the minte into1 ltch oire-s and poor ores is it ipra;i ticable. IIn mo1st mines a segrega.tion (nill | Ii ttlde...

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. — 30 January 1902

BTTE INT MOUNTAIN VOL. XXI. NO. 264 BUTTP. MONTANA. TIURSD VENING. JA'ANUARY 30, 1902. PRICE FIVE CENTS • ,nmn wm mmmm, nm mnmu mmNnnnnu nalulain~lt -AI N* n ~Nl~~~vlo WAYS AND MEANS COMMITEE WANT WAR TAXIS R[E[AL[D VITANIMOUSLY AGREE TO RE PORT BILL TO uNNUL SPAN XIII WAR REVENUE ACT. CHAIRMAN PAYNE'S STATEMENT Repeal Will Take Effeot January 1, 1908, and the Total Reduction Is Said to Be $77,000,000-Country Will Start on Next Fiscal Year With Nearly $200,060 to the Good. (By Associated Press.), . Washington, Jan. 80.--The house com mittee on ways and means unanimously authorized Chairman Jayne to report a bill to repeal all the Spanish war rev enue taxes except the tax on mixed flour. " The repeal is to take effect January 2, 1902, except the duty on tea which is to take effect January 1, 1903. Chairman Payne made a statement showing that the total reruction would be $77,000,000 annually. The delay in the repeal of the tax on tea is for the purpose of enabling the stocks on hand t...

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. — 30 January 1902

O[RMANS WONMER WHEN THEY READ ABOUT PREP ARATIONS POE THE PRINCE. MAKING ELABORATE PLANS United States Will Care for Prince Henry in Style and Comfort Throughout His Trip Through This Country. (By Associated Press.) ]Berlin, Jti. 30.-When Emper'or Will lam bids Princ'e Henry of P'ltussllt fare well prior to the latter's departure for the United States their parting will he a simple private affair. No set speeches for' publeatlon nwill be exchanged. The leave-taking will as sume the form of a military set, in -which an oflhcer receives the last in Structions fromn his sovereign before go ing on an important missioll. It is understood that his majesty will give Prtince Henry written nmemioranda of what he wishes his royal brother to colnmmunnicate to President Ituosevelt. Prince Henry, who Is Inow here, will 'e turn to Kiel Felruuary 10 and remain, there till he goes to Bl'reltn' to ,m bark for the United Sta'tes. The various members of the Prince's party will assemble at Bremen Febru...

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. — 30 January 1902

Mewatas's targest rsery Ju.29 PURE NEW BIUtI WHEAT Fresh ground pure old-fashioned Buckwheat from the largest buck wheat flour mills in the world at Coliocton, N. Y. We guarantee It absolutely pure and fresh. Pure old-fashioned Buckwheat. Special sale, 241 pound sack..81.10 10 pound sack...................50c FOR HOT CAKES H. O. Pancake, or Buckwheat Self rising Flour; Ralston or Bhaw's Self-rising Pancake Flours, 2 pound package.............123c MAPLE SYRUP Quaker Maple Syrup is guaranteed as fine as can be bought. Per gal lon $1.25; half gallon............6Sc EGOS Strictly fresh eggs, dozen........80c CANNED VEGETABLES Try out 12%c canned corn, peas, Lima or Refugee string beans and tomatoes. Their quality will as tonish you-don't judge them by the price If you want a case assorted to suit yourself, here is the price: Dozen $1.40; case............. $2.75 SUGAR 17 pounds finest Granulated Sugar ..........................$1.00 QUAKER BREAD Is the talk of the town. It is a per fect w...

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. — 30 January 1902

DAILY INTER MOUNTAIN Issued Every Evening. Except Sunday. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING CO. Address all mail to Inter Mountaln Publishing company. M. A. BERGER, Manager. 2 West Granite Street. Butte, Moot. Official Paper of SBlver Dow County and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. I'er year, by mall, in advance...... l.50 By carrier, per month.............. 7 TIIUHRSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1902. KNOTTY QUESTIONs Or TAXATION. That was a radiscal meausure proposed by 'hairman ('lark of Silver How coulnty's board of comlnmissioners at 'the' 'onnferen'ce with the asseesors yesterday. He s ated in plain terms that asessors shoult so list the priperty of their re Specl)tive counties that the state board of equalization would lie compelled to raise the railroad assessment or let the state lunl short of funds. The manner in which ('hairman Clark's forceful speech was re'eived illustrates Ithe dlverge-n.c' of opinion between 'oullnty t'immtsalon ers anll(]d sessors. 'll''hse who heard the pr)oposal ('an...

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. — 30 January 1902

THE. PIANOLA The Planola Is on exhibition at our atona, No. 1t9 North Main ttreet, and visitors are always welcome. The merely cnrleus as well as in en~ing pIrchases are cordial y in ittod to cal and examine and hear thi wrgnderful instrument play the piano,. Sold on small mOnthly Pavments wthen to desired. MONTANA MUSIC CO., I N Ml fl ttn 1t. I1A 90MKS OffiCT SiJITUES Big eut a aH Fancy Goods and Picture P Frahmes MontamaookEo. W. HI. KLSE1N. l~nager 20' N. lWln'St., Botte. 'Phone 294 To Read and To Write At home or at office; for pleas ure and for business; prigate I or professlonal. Everything yuu want at EVANS' B10K STORE S114 N. ain St. Typewriter Repairs Our repair man served years In a factory and we make old type writers good as new. Several second-hand machines in. perfect condition very cheap. State Agents for the "Densmore," -the New Cen tury. All kinds oTsupplles. CAIKINS' BOOK STMRE You (jet Better Light For less noboey with Gas and the Holophane Globes than with any ot...

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. — 30 January 1902

TAX MEN RESOLUTE AND ADJOURN ~W.N DOWN RECOMMENDATIONS BEARING ON RAILROAD VALUES. BROWN ELECTED PRESIDENT Astociation Will Meet in Helena Next Year-Secretaryship Goes to Cas cade-Assessors in Ana conda Today. The assessors concluded their labors yesterday, after a profitable and inter esting session, which lasted two days. Reports from the various committees I were read and adopted with'little dissen- ! sion, and other matters pertaining to tax ation in the state were discussed in an intelligent manner. The meeting has been productive of I much benefit to the state at large. A little fire was Injected into yester day's meeting of the assessors when the joint committee of county commissioners and assessors Introduced a resolution, which took the form of an address to the I state board of equalization requesting that body to ask the commissioners and assessors to a-ttend the state board's meeting and present a pctition for an In crease of railroad valuation and assess ment. Chairman ...

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. — 30 January 1902

PLAC; FOR BOOKS COoMIaSoar CONSIDEZ CON. STRI CTION OF STORILOUIS MAY REFUND COUNTY BONDS Walk of Changing Five Per Cent Bonds to Four Pe~ Cent and of Using Sinking Fund for Hall of Records. The county commissioners have in hand at present a project for refunding the outstanding indebtedness of the county, amounting to $125,000, and using part of the sinking fund which has accumulated to pay the indebtedness for the construe tion of a new hall of records. The hall of records is needed in the estimation of the commissioners. The following communication has Ibeenl addressed to the county attorney, asking him for information concerning the pro posed action. Ask Breen's Advice. "Honorable Peter Breen, County At 1torney, Silver Bow County, Montana iHonored Sir: Will you please give the board of county commissioners all the legal information you can concerning their power to issue refunding bonds to the amount of $125,000, and also the pro. per legal way to proceed to issue said ,bonds. T...

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. — 30 January 1902

sorts of argun, nt to get him to algn without my knowing it. They told him he wal foolish to do in I said, that he had a chance to make mioney now, and I would (Ieat him out of it, and all that,, ThernMelovern almoat c"r'hd In his ef p forts to get the kid to agree to a match. Finally they got the kid to say yes, and made an appolntmentt to meet him at 2, o'clock In the mornilg aind sign rtlhets.1. May, that would he a nice lhunch of anrti In a special to the Inter Mountain re ceived too late yesterday from Manager c McCloskey for publication, the L:utte magnate says: "The Pacific Northwest League held a its scheduled meeting at the Spokane t hotel. A great deal of business was transacted and everything went smooth ly. The Butte and Helena clubs were I formally admitted to the league. 'After a lengthy discussion it was de- a tided to Ilay five games a week. "The schedule prepared and present,,d by Presildent LU('I was adoptletd. "The season will opeln on April 29 aind close October ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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