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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 1 February 1902

THc BUT Anaconda News. 'PIIONE TO BI6 HOLE LINE TO BE BUILT IN THE NEAR IUTURE. WILL BE FORTY MILES LONG Important Mining Camps and Ranches to Be Linked With Anaconda and Outside World-Ranchers Will Help. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Feb. 1.-Means of communi cation with the Big Hole basin, in the shape of a telephone line is one of the improvements scheduled for this year. While no definite plans have yet been formulated, it Is within the bounds of Certainty that the proposed line will be )built and that active work df construc tion will commence within a very short time. The Big Hole basin is one of- the rich est spots in Montana; as a stock grow ing region it is unsurpassed anywhere. Thousands of head of cattle are raised there each year and when ready for mar )cet the stock not needed to supply horn deimand is shipped to other places from ,aneconda. For several years Pacific ooast and Alaskan markets have beenr lupplled from this source. Tile latter industry of the Big ...

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. — 1 February 1902

*.._ ....@.. . ...... ....... .... +.. . . ...... ,*...*................. ..... .... Ký SOCIETY NEWS OF MONTANA. f·"·""""""""""""""""""..·..·.. I......·. Bozeman. (Special to Inter Mountain.) SOZEMAN, Feb. 1.-Mr. and Mrs. II J. Owenhouse delightfuly enter. tained a number of their lady and gentlemen friends at their pretty home on Central avenu,e south, Thurslily evening. Progrer.'ve whist was In orl'der during the greater part or the evening and when the 'bookkeeper made out the balance sheet he found the greatest nurn ber of credits belonged to Mrs. Rioeher and Col. O. P. Chisholm. Mrs. lioeher became the owner of a pretty lace pin cushion and Colonel Chisholm was glad he played so well when he was presented with an exquisite silver muatch box. An old fa~ahloned quiltillg bee was the, novel entertainment given by Mrs. Wal ter Cooper at the family residln e on West Main street Thursday ilfternloon. Snome fifty ladies were bhliden to the quilting party and asked to bring their thimb...

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. — 1 February 1902

011F IN 0E 1l OUNTr-%N PrPEB*,*l , R& -. t~..;~-j I '· A, tCfqý ý."r " Jy w F A.. -,~* +T, J .4 £t ný1 j1 I ,u l 1 i': , 1, YP~ AC~ T.CAUy, '"' '' ýN , ý Qý 1 r41 4ý f: }k He A'ýMi `ý{JGý +w A ! MS Is: s 'ý A ý +. . 'e f . ",ý y ý f ` 4'INL TI ELPS S.,c Fi..ONTANA P EAK upon peak of towering moun tain their white caps glistening in the sun; mile a'ter mile o, lco field and glacier that dip and rise, big with the snows of centuries; great silent canons that yawn with mystery or echo with the hoarse :.lurmur, of the mnountainatorrent, thatl mkn Il ,o ale ribbon a thousand feet belooy.iepQuntain lakes whose glossy surface ripples with the splash of fish that never leaped to anglers' bait; Virgin forests that never echoed with the woodman's ax; water fall that drop sheer a mountain's height and toss white spray to the tree-tops and above all a cloudless Montana sky that makes a fitting background for picture so superb! Such is the region of picturesque St. Mary's, the Alps of Montan...

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. — 1 February 1902

" "1 .OTEI, ' 1, w K E VERY once In a while the inem hlrs of different clubs, when tIh0,'re is dissatisfaction over sni,,t nttilon of oftllers of ffellow In, Ill* ' i >, . . ill b11 t10illU their fate andt ta!k at, it "' llnh rnonious 'ch. nt'I;." Tl'lhy oughli t to be memlltbe.t of the i 'Ihl t,tgo Wei.nln's club. All iti e pal ; rs of that ('I:y haiv, 1,,'- o dt,. to lu ttm (t otry day t.o it, ltight l he tI ltenl .11 . Mltz, and M 'ls. \Vl'.s. "\v4ry o lI In,..t ! ll ha. heard of it; ,O f th. anl yn ne h Ittcr Mrs. \i" tI . \\tas ;0,. e c lll vi tg. ala g. atlackinit Irs. IiatI'. SlMitriia .I MrI . Vs . iles (.'' s a figl;h:tr h.ti ,J Iht hx l all htt r (' a' n Ite 11(' t h i 4 t utl . until , 1 \-ts triu phl tll s y vito be icat d. IAnd ll ;:. tiltt' i e th's have u et' n f tnhappy, in;e. t d. Its seitrxed leliet.ilgs, bhehind hl lt'ed ' ori - il(n I.he ( ni ystjl rills way ('ihn h ii .1o( publl' gossip', Puarmgralh lrs ul t ,upunstehs, yea, even notes, have axted Antry over ...

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. — 1 February 1902

asap UJ4a AIAA ££4A ELVJV *i' ir e - _ -_.. - - - - - -- .. - lipI "III". " 7,, * ATTEBATIONB OF THE WEEK * * -* * Button's New Grand. * * Sunday, Monday and Tuesday * * nights, with matinee Tuesday- * * Neill Company in "Barbara Friet- * # chle." * * Wednesday, Thursday, Friday * * and Saturday, with matinee Sat- * * urday - Pollard Juvenile Opera * * company in "The Geisha." * * Union Family Theater. * * Beginning Sunday, for the entire * * week, with matinee Saturday-"A * * Trip to the Circus." * * * * Margaret Theater, Anaoonda. * * Sunday-"Alvin Joslin." * * Monday-Chicago Symphony Or- * * chestra. * Wednesday-Neill company in * * "Barbara Frietchie." . 3C - H t MM # t MM M M 4t4 - THE intensely cold weather of the past week has kept theater-goers at home and the attractions at the Butte theaters suffered accord ingly. The gallery of pictures at Sutton's New Grand had to be taken off Tuesday night, as the attendance did not justify the expense which the exhibition entails. "Alv...

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. — 1 February 1902

Ii I i. ''S I `ý I 7 r'l' ]IE giddy manner in whloh people are' plunging into the s(l:tl vor tex this week will certainly bring he,. inevitable aftermath of head a'hs. andi lbroino-seltzer n ct week, or plthaps I)a me Nature will be kind and w alt until after the 12thi to repair the au vages of over-play. A numnber of novel parties have boon given this week, as well as the usual stereotyped dance,. dinner and luncheon affairs. And really the West Side will have to look to its laurels for the South, E]ast and North Sides are forging ahead Silth all manner of gay, novel functions. Already society is looking forward to devising all manner of nice, qluliet little affairs at home, Just with their familiars, anlld hey are not going to give just quiet little teas and dinners. In the East they are' going to go in for crystal gazing, such a ni-e, Poulful, quiet way of doing time. It is a nice game, but a la solatatre. First, you catch your hare, or, in other b\ords, purchase your crystal bal...

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. — 1 February 1902

"The President of the United States" was dank standing. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Pyne, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Webber, Mr. and Mrs. SJack Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Hein mann, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rodenbeok, Mr. an.,Mrs. Chris Beck, Mr. and Mrs. .Ellerbeek, Misses Jennle Stelnberg, Metta Bchmidt, Anna Stuyen, Miss Mina .ohu macber, Messrs. Carl Beck, Max Utnal, Harry Berger, Noel. Whist Fends' olly Afternoon. As usual, the Whist Fiends' club met on Tuesday afternoon, the hostess being Mrs. J. 3. Cartier at her home on East Park street. The members played cards to win the prises, as it was whispered they were unusually pretty. It ended with Mrs. Joseph Holden wina ning the superb <Royal Bonn vase, Mrs. Girton Hilton carrying away a beautiful pnarble statue of Venus, and Mrs. Robert Mears being consoled with a dainty book of verses, Kipling's. The usual dainty luncheon was served. Only members were present: Mesdames Theodore lodwards, M. J. Anderson, J. H. Cartier, Frances Black, Jo...

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. — 1 February 1902

No .aesrHn aWM rf. ''. 1 - 6,NP WI,1,·· PACIFIC WOOLGROWERS WILL MEET IN ANNUAL SESSION AT HELENA NEXT TUESDAY-OFFI CERS AND MEMBERS HAVE MADE EXTENSIVE PLANS FOR A ROUSING METING--BLOODED ANIMALS AND ANGORA GOATS WILL BE ON DISPLAY. (Special to Inter Mountain.) H ELENA, Feb. 1.-Woolgrowers from six Pacific Northwest states will assemble in Helena February 4, and remain in session for three days. lThe occasion of their visit will be the fifth annual meeting of the Pacific North west Woolgrowers' association. The meeting will be a notable one in that it will be the first held inland since the or ganization of the association nearly five years ago. The last annual session held in Pendleton, Ore., honored a Montana man with the presidhlency in Its election of former United States Senator T. C. Power. Secretary Hedges of the Montana Sheep commission and Senator Power, president of the organization, are working In har mory to secure a large alltendance from this state. Secretary J. W. Da...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 1 February 1902

- I, 1 ·I Y (r r 1 1 tCD HARDY MONTANA RANGE SADDLE HORSES ARE BOUGHT UP BY DEALERS IN EQUINES---TEN THOUSAND HEAD HAVE SHA KEN THE DUST OF BEAVER HEAD FROM THEIR HOOFS WITHIN TWO YEARS. (Special Correspondence.) ILLUN, leo. 1.-lrenaps It soOme thing of a misnomer 'to call men who work exclusively with horses, cowboys, but no more appropriate term can be found for the men who form the horse roundups; the men who hunt horses on the ranges of Montana, round them up and select the ones fit for ship ment, turning the remainder loose to be picked up when they are in better con dition. A hor.se roundup is an interesting af fair: A prescribed number of riders with first-class mounts assemble at an ap pointed- place. A grub wagon and a wagon in which to carry the bedding complete the outfit, which is generally community property, a number of ranch ers pooling interests so" as to get their horses rounded up and their colts brand ed. A captain is selected, who is usually one of the best horse...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 1 February 1902

Mines and Mining. BOOM[RS AT WORK THEY ARE GOING TO STAMPE.E PERSONS INTO IDAHO. LINES ARE BEING WELL LAID Baited With Chunks of Ore and Glow ing Tales of Mountains of Ore Thunder Mountain May Have a Rival. If hoonm In mining are created by the distribution of chunks of ore at various places In-the country, Idaho will ex perience the sensat:ln of it ratl rush of persons into its iiin riir duringl the, om-1 Ing spring annt summell t r. For two montths or more agent: ofI in dividuals having siulleth.llig to sl halve been traveling from place to Plane with buge chunks of .ore hli'h they clalm came fromn Thunll r 1Mountain district of that state. They have been Intcert iewed by reporters for newspapers and others and to all have given glowing accounts of the alleged wonderful riches of Thun der Mountain. They have exhibited their ores in Butte, Salt Lake, Chicago, New York, Boston, Pittsblurg, Clncinnatl, St. Paul, Minneapolis-In fact they have show, them everywhere. A Butte man who pai...

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. — 3 February 1902

UO TT OTN NIRUY 3 .PTAIN. VOL. XXL NO. 267 BUTTP. ONTANA. mIND..A NING. FEBIRUAIRY 3, 1902. PRICE FIVE CEINTS lilRt AT WATLWBUiY, NNOTICUT, CONSUM[S $3,000,000 PROPERTY Best Business. Part of the City Completely Destroyed WATCH COMPANIES ARE GONE Militia Is Doing Patrol Duty Keeping Back the Crowds and Preventing Thievery - Thousands of People Packed the Flooded Street, Many of Them FPalling on the Ioe Covered Pavement and Thus Being Trampled on and Seriously Injured. (By Associated Press.) Waterbury, Conn., Feb. 3.-For 10 hours last night and this morning flames, ftanned by a high wind, held sway over the business portion of this city, causing a loss that will exceed $3,000,000. The best portion of the city, forming a triangle, bounded on the north by Ex change place, on the west by Bank street, on the south by Grand street, and on the east by South Main street, was almost wiped out. The first fire, which started in the big store of Reid & Hughes' Dry Goods com pany, on Bank st...

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. — 3 February 1902

MRS:; ARSR LLTPD acM CAkM TO MONTANA WITH INTO A TRAP At GLENDIVE Now She's Afraid to Go Back to Her Home in Minnesota, for Fear Her Injured Husband Will Kill Her. (Special to Inter Mountain.) ,Glendive, Feb. 8.-Fearing to face the Wratllof her deceived and outraged hus band at Dewey, Minn., Mrs. (c. Lars Sat urday was taken from here back home, In company with her nephew, whose name Is Smith, with whom she eloped. Deputy Sheriff F. J. Fuller of Stevens Mltn., came here after the pair. It appears that Mr. Lanrs is a worthy German shoemaker, who can neither riad nor write, and is a mute, but for all that he trusted his wife with $850, the product of his frugal labor, and went to Crookston, N. D., to buy horses. He wrote to his wife to send him the money, but receved no answer. Buying a Ranch. Ulin hastening back home, Mr. lars ficund that his faithless spouse had dis posed of everything and had eloped with Smlilh. He traced the guilty parties In this direction rind the deputy took th...

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. — 3 February 1902

Strictly fresh Eggs Every One Guaranteed 30c Per Doz. LUTEY BROTHERS GOOD. GROC_.RLS(Hf[AP p 47 W. Parki Phon.e n6 BUTTE IN BRIEF. John McCarty of Helena Is In the city. Joe Smith of Basin is in the city to day. W. J. Fransham of Bozeman is in Butte. Fred Agetz of Hele'na is staying at the Butte. Miss Turnley's private scnool, 431 West Mercury. A. J. Noyes of Dillon Is a visitor in Butte today. D. J. Donohue of Missoula spent yes terday In Butte. G. Schoan of Great Falls spent yes terday in Butte. Attorney N. W. McConnell is over from the capital. Sheriff Benner of Great Falls was In the city yesterday. George P. Blake of Missoula spent yes terdaf in the city. Carl Kleinscthmidt, Jr., dame over from the csnltal yesterday. C. 1P 't.rack and wife of Salt Lake are stayin.. at the Butte. C. S. DllTon of Helena is among the recent arrivals In the city. Dr. OttJnger of Missoula was one of the visitors in Butte yesterday. M1iss Jessie Morris of Florence is stay ing at the Finlen for a few ...

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. — 3 February 1902

ILY¥ INTiRi MOUNTAIN lTsued Every Evening, Except Sunday. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING CO. Address all mail to Inter Mountain Publishing company, M. A. BERGER, Manager, 26 West Granite Street, Butte, Mont. Offmclal Paper of Silver Bow County and City of Butte. SUBSHICRIPTION RATES. Per year, by mall, in advance ......$7.50 By carrier, per month............. .75 MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1902. IN ONORW Of TNLt iNCN. The exprepsions of the Hilver Bow bar today touching the death of the late William H. De Wltt were eloquent and heartfelt. It may be truthfully said that no attorney in Montana ever stood higher In the estimation of the courts, of his associates and of the people than did Judge De Witt. His election to the supreme court was generally regarded as a public rather tihan a partisan tri umph. ills career as a jurist reflected uponl himself, his party and his profe. slon the highest credit, many of his de cislons being notable for thelr tlearness and profundity. Judge De Witt will rank ...

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. — 3 February 1902

THE PIANOLA The Pianola Is on exhibition at our store, No. 110 North Main street, and visitors are always welcome. The mterely 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. 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 Maps of Butte Showing AliMining Claims Music Book Prices Cut to Piesos NORMAL COURSE No. 1, only 10c; No. 2, only 25c. Should be In hand of school children. Cloth Books by pouular authors, only 25c. Correct euchre System 'fally Cards Evans' Book Store 114 North Main CALKINS' BOOK STORE VAL[[NTIN[S for 1902 are More Eleoant and More Beautiful than ever. Of course, we have the cheaper ones also, but the finer are real works of decor atlve art. CALKINS' BOOK STORE THIS IS a definite and last, ing fact, t...

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. — 3 February 1902

OGUSS[D IT WRONG 4t LATED PDDESTRIAN TURNS IN FIRE ALARM. S..AW RED GLARE FROM SMELTER Sý;Chlef Banger Makes - ast Run in Order to Give the Hasty Alarmist a Few Words of Advice. Chief Sanger and his men had a fast run about 10 o'clock last night for noth Ing. Some befuddled night hawk saw the glare of red arising from the smelter fires and thinking there was a big con flagration going on turned In an alarm from box 15 on East Broadway. There were many explanations when the man met the department and pointed to the red sky. "It's all right," said ('hief Sanger when the matter was explained. "It might have been a fire. You)re a good boy, but you need a pair of smoky qoecs when you travel about Butte at night. Then you won't see things." BUITTI CIRR[NIT NUOTSI Orton Bros.--Planos and organs. . J. G. Bates, tuner, Montana Music Co., 119 N. Main at. Tel. 601. " Theodore Booth was brought over to Butte from Missoula yesterday to an awer a charge of petty larceny. He is accused of stealing...

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. — 3 February 1902

SILVERUOW BAR PAYS TRIBUTE TO D[AD JURIST ISTh10T UDGES SIT REN B3ANC AND ZsSTN TO NULOGIRS ON JUDGZ DE WITT. MANY ELOQUENT SPEECHES Resolutions of Brother Attorneys Ordered Spreaa Upon the Reo ords-All Courts Will Adjourn. The members of the bar and bench of Silver Bow county met this morning In Judge Harney's court room to receive the report of the committee of lawyers ap pointed to draw up resolutions relative to the death of the late Judge William H. DeWitt. The three judges of the district court, Judge Harney, Judge McClernan and Jludge Clancy, occupied the bench, and about 100 lawyers had seats In the body ,of the room. I The meeting was presided over by Judge Harney. with the other judges sit ting at his right and left. When the court was called to order at 10 o'clock Judge Harney said: "The bench and bar are met together to receive the resolutions honoring the late Judge DeWitt, which a committee of the members of the bar was appointed to draw. Is the committee ready to re p...

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. — 3 February 1902

pe\ Ow /0. I-49 - Manager J. J. Alet'loskey left last night for ahln'ago oni his quest for pen nant winners for the Butte basebnll team. "Mac" % ill he gone lwo or three weeks and experts to bag it lot of fIast players for the edtlilhiation of the ltutte fans. " 'L~ac' is Ioulnd to get the best of tho bunc'h if it is pssible," saiId IPreslient Lane this morning. "The Pt' .lle-Nor th westt tieams are gettling together the best players in the Western coutltry, and if Buttei is to be In the' gloie we've got to get tmen w'ho tlr n play ball above the average. 'MAi' rtelizes thii, and Is (Pit for solme of the iratlckerJatks. "One thing aiLout this city of Butte. It's shuck full of sport-loving people. and baseball this year is goin'g to he the attraction. Yet, would you believe It, that little burg of Itlncia fita gone to work anid be at us IIt the lmattler f silb 'scriptlonst. 'Thoise people over lthe-re are certainly hi.lst':i all enttusI Iats. IHerl'e in Butte they L.ike It for grante...

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. — 3 February 1902

Anaconda News. WIll fiT MILEAO[ VETERANS 0? PEILIPPINR WAS RCEIV E G00U) iEWS. EIGHTH ARMY CORPS MEMBERS Receive More Pay-leveral ex-Soldiers in Anaconda Will Receive Ad ditional Compensation for Past Services. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Feb. 1.--The ex-members of the Eighth Army Corps of the war In the Philippines, residing in Anaconda are much pleased at their prospects of receiving another bunch of back pay from the government. The Army Ajnd Navy Journal gives the matter under the head of bills before congress, as follows: "II. R. 98s9, Mr. Bell authorlies the secretary of the treasury to pay each commissioned officer, non-commissioned officer and private soldier who served in the A'lghth Army Corp a in the Philip pine Islands and who were .honorably discharged from the .-rvylce.of the United States without Idvlhg received the amount of travel pay allowed by law to such persons when discharged from serv ice while at Manila, in the island of Lu son, the same amount of ...

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. — 3 February 1902

Mines and Mining. IS AGAIN PAYING NEW YEAS OOMPANY CRUSHING 55 TONS PER DAY. NEW COMPANY ORGANIZED It Will Devolep a Group of Five Claims in the North Moccasin Dist:ict Kendall Company Adds to Its Possessions. The New Year Gflid Mining company's property is again on the paying Ilus!s, and pending the 'nompletion of the new plant the old 'mill is being run to its full capacity, 55 tons per d ly. With the starting up of the aerill tramway a force of 25 men were put to work lnd operations are now proceeding without a fitch. The big tratnmwy is conveying 17 tons of ore to the terminal at the mill every hour, which will be inerw+sled to 25 tons as soon as the Iecessity arises. It is the intention of the New Year Gtold Mlu ing company to pu.sh thi work steadily in the future, and when the entire plant is In full opetatlion about 250 tons of ore will be treated d(ally. The first cleanup wil be made on Feb ruary 15, and It is confidently expected that the mnonthly output will aver ige from ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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