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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 6 February 1902

vL. XII. NO. 20 BUTTE 1MONT MA. TR iTVENING. FEBRUARY 6, 1902. PRICE FIVE CENTS i I i I L I II . I ll . I I I I I1 ·.. . • . n . I I ln. i [m l m IR INN HAY IS MARRIED TO PAYNE WHITNEY WWDaNG CESAIBATED WITH WMP AND O0],X=ONY IN THE CHURIC AT NOON. MANY PRESENTS WERE GIVEN m..rning for the Death of Adelbert Hay, the Bride's Brother, Temporar ily Laid. Aside-Church Deoora tions Described. (By Associated Press.) Washington, Feb. 6.-Helen Hay, eldest daughter of Secretary of State John Hay ,and Payne Whitney of New York, son of ex-Secretary of the Navy Whi2tney, were married at noon at the Church of the Covenant. The wedding was the most notable social event of the seaaon in Washing ton, being celebrated by the presence of the highest officials in the land, includ ing the president and his cabinet, and what is recognized as the best of New York and New England society. The Hay family has been in mourning since the death of Adelbert Hay, but for this one day the mourning was put aside a...

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. — 6 February 1902

QIJEN mWILlELMINA " ir*T sa30 DIVORCE PRO· oERDINGs AGAINST PRINCE. RUMORS REVIVED AT COURT Her Majesty Repines While Prince Henry Returns to Germany-Seri ous Differences in Holland's Royal Family. (Bly Associated Press.) The Hague. Feb. 5.- Pt lnce lHenry, the consort of Queen W1ilhelmina, has gone to Germany on an indefinite visit, and court and public cl' cion\vi ced that a divorce is almost certain. The young queen has shut hlrself up In her palace and refuses to see any body. Tihe rumors of renewed troubles be tween the royal couple have been cllau lating for some time, and have been strengthened to the point of conviction by th,' departure of the prince for Meck lenttbrg, his ncrestral home. It is known that Prince Henry bit tcrly resenllt the subordinate Iasltlon Into which he has been foried by his marriage and by the plihy of the court, and the old stor'eis of royal quarrels, lit wvhi'h It has been said even that the prin(e struck the quteen, although often denied, are bein...

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. — 6 February 1902

hetrs largstatcry ryb. a Quaker Bread Some say that it le too good-that they eat too much of It--costs them more for bread when using Quaker bread than any other. Well, this may be true, but let us ask, whit cheaper or better ar ticle can you eat than first-class bread? Let the family eat all the Quaker bread tl ey w sh you wl 1 find your grocery bill a great deal less, instead of mo:e. Quaker br ad, made in ou Steam bakery from Quaker flour, 4 loaves or ticket-.............250 Qual e' flo tr, the flour that makes perfect bread; per 100 $2.75; sack ...........................1..40 Strictly fresh eggs; dosen......30o Our delicious B. B. butter; pound ..,,.................. 300 Fine table butter; pound........ 25 Granulated sugar, 17 pounds...$1.00 fresh fish A splendid lot of fresh fish today for tomorrow's trade. Salmon, halibut, smelts, etc. Canned fish Domestic sardines; can.......... 4c Gold Label sardines, in oil; can .............................10 Fancy imported sardines; can ...

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. — 6 February 1902

WML INT!R MOUNTAIN Issued 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. Official Paper of Silver Bow County and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per year, by mail, In advance...... $7.G~ By carrier, per month................ 75 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1902. AN ACTOR'S TROUBLES. Actor Neill's trouble with the Elks of Spokane is likely to become a nalltional sensation, though In reality it is a pri vate affair and should be allowed to drop unless regularly referred to the high council of tohe order for adjudication. Mr. Neill beyond doubt committed an error in supposing his dignity as an actor would protect him from the pranks which the festive Elks practic e on all candidates for membership. The beauty of the Elks' rules is that they make no distinction of rank or wealth or occu pation. One Elk is as good as any would-be Elk, or anybody else, and must take ...

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. — 6 February 1902

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 vited to call and examine and hear this wonderful instrument sgay the piaao. Sold on small monithly payments when so desired. MONTANA MUSIC CO.. 119 N. Main St. • . . BLANK IBOOKS orffie SUPPLiS 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 AIIMining Ciahus Musk Book Prices Cut to Pleses 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 Tally Cards Evans' Book Store II4 North Main CALKINS' BOOK STORE Valentines. For 190o2. Latest art, best designs, lowest of prices. Also the cheap er kinds that are not so sentimental. CALKINS' BOOK STORE S The folophaus A lobe w thas gives the best V light, and we E ca convince ...

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. — 6 February 1902

nFRT[[N ARE KILLED "IPLOSION OF GAS CAUSES A WIDE PANIC IN OCKICAGO. ,PROBABLY 100 A'ss INJURED 3;anholes Explode and Flames Gush Forth, Destroying Everything With in Reach-.8till Not Known What Caused the Explosion. (cy Assocl;ited Prmis.) Chicago, Feb. 6.-Fifteen lives w -ere lost, many persons slightly injlurd, t a, buildings at 372 antd 374 Twenty-secorutl street were wreckt d itln(i $501,000 datllli age clone by an explosion of gas last might at tIhe interncetlton of T'\enty seciond street and Archler alven ult. The cause of the ,extlo'ion has not yet been fixed. ltusineas ion in tlihe vicinity said the explsioJi \as in a d-tfectiv* boiler connected with the g,.s systetm In the basement of the h bldhing no:cupled1 by Butcher Troesl !, \ hi i p'llll):oyes it tempted to thatw uiit. Others Insisted tihat :t OXlixliNn wat eauscd by the gas It.lf, bhilt t i ,weri, unable to siay hotw (th gas ti'd (citoted it. The experts of the I'ieoplt's ; las I. ll pany are ilnvestlititng .;i .u c...

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. — 6 February 1902

IT WAS MUCIH TALK Ljs3tBýMN AND ..OR PASlTICI PATE IN POITZ AR.GU ENTS. SUSTAINED THE SUSPENSIONS Coatcil Ono. Mon Votes in Support of Mayor Davey-Polioemen's Friend, Are Again Defeated - Xayo Suoooeds Oohen. There was another clash In tl.e city council meeting last night between the supporters of the suspended policemen api the mayor and hib.dherents. The trouble arose over the notification by the mnayor that he had again suspended Pa trolmen McGlynn, Parind and Conlon for 80 days on the charge of insubordination. When the communication was read Aldermapi Cohen moved that it be re ceived and filed. Alderman Deinpsey asked if this was in the nature of charges that the mayor was bringing and pvas informed by the executive that thera were no charges but alerely a suspension for Insubordination. "That is about as serious a charge as c'an be made," said Alderman Dempsey. "I did not consider the matter seri ons enough to ask for an investigation and removal of the men. I merely sus pend ...

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. — 6 February 1902

I I -' I '4- ,-. -I. - / a -FB In a recent publliation concerning the proposed Jack Dempsey benefit In Butte, the question of financial responsibility was raised. There was no one particu Jar person in view when doubts were ex pressed of the advisability of going ahead without a responsible custodian of the funds. One moan, however, assumed the entire burden of resplonsibility, while admitting that no selec'tlion o(f ai plroier guardian of the funds had been made. Until sucbh asslllumptioll the general un derstanding haIl been that Ithere were a number concerlned, but no one with suffm clent financial standing to warrant con fidence in the full delivery of the re ceipts. Judging from the published statements it looks as if but one man wtvas behind the mo\venment, lwhich inakes It all the more unisatisfac'tory to those who have a genuine desire to see the Dempsey heirs get all that is coming to them. It isn't a question of any' one mnan's honesty-It Is merely the adopting of precauti...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 6 February 1902

BUTTE NEWSI Anaconda News. WANT TO KNOW If MRS. OEMARIS IS STILL ALIVE IDEITECTIVES sAY MYSTEY SUR ROUNDING MISSING WOMAN NEEDS OLEARING UP. HUSBAND LOCKED UP IN, JAIL Applies at the Police Station for In formation Concerning His Wife and Contradiatozy Statements Arouse Suspicions of Officers. Has Mrs. Habell DeMaris of 619 Utah bvenue met with foul play? It is a question which is seriously dis turbing Detective Jerry Murphy who has locked up the husband of the wom an in jail pending an investigation and the possible discovery of the woman's Wvhereabouts. The case is one full of mystery to the clever man-hunter and as yet, he hasn't solved the problem of the disappearance owing, as the officer says, to the con tradictory statements of4 the husband. A Case of May and December. Mrs. DeMarls is 69 years of age, ac cording to the tale of her husband. De Marls Is about 85 years of age. Mrs. DeMarls left her room yesterday evening about 5 o'clock and failed to re turn, much to the distres...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 6 February 1902

Mines and Mining. COPP[R IS SCARCI AT ILEAST THE CASTING BRANI IS SO RSEPORTED. PRICE MAY GO MUCH HIGHEF BSales Brisk in London-Buyers Then Are Thoroughly Alive to the Situation-Bzokers Get ting Orders. The American Metal Market anys oe copper: It is today more than ever tim possible to quote of copper situation tac curately. All sorts of stories are bein_ circulated. One is that copper had beer sold at 14c, another that sales have been made at 13. Inquiries are pouring in to brokers and dealers, who do not even reply by telegraph, so impossible is it for them to get any of the metal in hand for sale Casting copper Is very scarce and we cannot say at what price It can ue had, though 12.371, seems to be the nominal price. The large Lake producers an nounced that they were out of the market at anything like present quota tions, though what they may do with old customers it is impoissible to say. Some of the large producers of electro lytic have withdrawn from the market at present. Th...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 7 February 1902

. NO. 2TTE INT MOUNTAIN VOL.xxI. lNO. 2'i BUTITE DO1t? ANA, Plf VENING. FEBRUARY 1, 1902. PRICB FIVE CITTS D[SPEIRATE DOUBLE TRAGEDY WAS [NACTED AT OiREAT FALLS TODAY mAix TirnrEa SHOOTS ANNIEB JOHNsON AND TER RNDB 6 . =S'OWN LIF, . NO CAUSE FOR DESPERATE ACT Both Were Domestics in the Employ of Dr. Adams and Fennell Had a Grievance Against the Girl for Re I porting That He Did Not Do His Work Well-Formerly an Engineer. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Great Falls, Feb. 7.-One of the most desperate double tragedies ever enacted in this city occurred this afternoon about 12:80. Frank Fennell, a hostler in the employ of Dr. F. J. Adams, shot and instantly killed Annie Johnson, the domestic and thenVent a bullet into his own brain, from the effects of which he died a short time after et the Columbus hospital. The tragedy took place on the back porch of Dr. Adam's residence and was concluded in such a short space of time that the family knew nothing of it un til it was over, when the smell ...

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. — 7 February 1902

LARGE STRIUTUR[S I xNAL AaUl.A7GWxmTI WOaLD'S FAIR BULDrINGI. PICTURE OF THE CASCADES Ground Plan Showing Exact Location of Everything on the Bite-Uni versity Group Will Be Es pecially Beautiful. (Ly Associated Press.) St. Louis, Feb. 7.--A ground plan showing the precise dlevelopment of the world's fair site at St. Louis ha' been prepared by Director of Works Isaac S. Taylor. The plan shows the art building well ;back fromn the brow of the hill in the southern part of the group. The cen tral picture is cloyed by a festival hall and a balustrade course, at the end of which are two reslauralt buildings. These are at the crest of the hill. The festival hall In the center, which terminates th1 plicture and forms a crown, Is of euttlcienIt l)roportions to ac. commltniodate 21_l5o ipersons and is calcu lated to be IIthe s.enne of exercises and lieetings on thel grounds. Between the festival hall and the two restaurant pa villms a balustrade course three and a half feet high is located. T...

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. — 7 February 1902

Mset m's La est y reL 7 LUTEY'S Candy Department When we added a candy depart. . ment to our store we did so with the intention of changing candy from the list of luxuries to the list of every-day purchases. Our prices tell how well we have sue ceeded. Fine Mixed or Stick Candy. pound ... ....................100 Fancy Mixed Candy. Pound..12%c Assorted Caramels. 25 for 5t; pound .. .....................l..1c Assorted Clear Hard Candy. Pound ...... ...................15e Fancy French Creams and Vanilla Center Chocolates. Pound.... 200 Silk Kisses. P6und ..........20c Peanut Crisp-The kind you get at Lutey's is often sold at 35e pound Our price, pound ............200 Our ',Richelieu" Chocolates After a careful comparison with all the best makes of candy on the market, we do not hesitate to say that Richelieu Chocolates are by far the best. Try them and see for yourself. " Richelieu Chocolates, assorted fancy boxes Pound box ... .................50c Half pound box ................25c BU...

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. — 7 February 1902

DAILY INT[R MOUNTAIN Issued Every Evening, Except Sunday. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING CO. Address all mall to Inter Mountain Publishing company, " M. A. BERGER, Manager, 20 West Granite Street, Butte. Mont. Oficial Paper of Silver Bow County and City of Butte. SU.BSCRIPTION RATES. Per year, by mail, in advance......$7.50 By carrier, per month ............... .75 FI',"DAY, FIE~UItUAItY 7, 1902. A PAIN Or OLD-TIMERS. Mluch of the change that hans emte over the spirit of Montaa journalismn of late years Is due to the retitement of the old newspaper war horses of the early days. With it modesty thut is always chharatteristle of both valor and brains, they have quietly passed Into the shades of private life and taken up o(ther n'upatioins, 'but many of them are still full of vigor and vim and are per sonally as bright and Interesting as In the long ago. Natiurally they object to heing considered decrepll or dead, but as far as publh celebrity 'goes they have follow\ed Iti avict\ of ILord W...

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. — 7 February 1902

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. Bold on small monthly payments when so desired. MONTANA MUSIC CO., 119 N. Main Bt. BLANK BOOKS OfflCE SUPPLIES Big Out on all Fancy Goods and Picture Frames Montana Book Co. W, H. KLEIN, Manager 209 N. Main St., Butto, 'Phone 294 Maps of Butte Showing AllMining Claims Music Book Prices Cut to P.eses NORMAL COURSE No. 1, only 10c; No. 2, only 25c. Should be in hand of school children. Cloth Books by pouular authors, only 25o. Correct Euchre System Tally Cards Evans' Book Store n14 North Main Ewen Comic 'Valentines For 1902 are more artistic in de sign and better in execution than ever before; Just as are the higher priced valentines, and the calendars, too, for this year. fNews, Stationery Latest shapes, newest shades. Everythin...

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. — 7 February 1902

MILITARY POSTS FATOR GINERAL OT[IS TALK8 OF ARMY MATTERS. ENLARGING FORT SHERIDAN Believed That Nearly All of the Army Quarters Will Be Arranged to Hold More Men Than They Do I (By Associated Press.) Chicago, Feb. 7.-- Major General Otis, commanding the department of the Lakes, has returned from Washington. where he was in attendance on the Ass alone of the board called by the secre tary of war to consider the.needs of the different army posts. This was the sec ond session of the board, the first, in December, having been adjourned in order to enable the department com manders to report on the needs of their respective departments, particularly the depar.ment of California. The second session lasted only four days. As to the recommendations of the board General Otis said It would not be proper to speak In advance of the re. port to the secretary of war. Posts Are All Too Small. It is said that the barracks at Fort Sheridan will be enlarged and made modern In every respect. Ever slnc...

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. — 7 February 1902

TWELV[ YEARS OR I STEPIHIENSON NUDGE CLANOT ="-WRCOUS 0ON vIOTUD M'oRDU3Mr S RESULT OF THE COMPROMISE Killed .Joseph M. Woodside at Melrose Eighteen Months Ago - Rec ord Is Defeo tive. Frederick W. Stephenson, who killed Joseph M. Woodslde at Melrose on June 8, 1900, and who was convicted of mur der in the second degree on September 16, 1900, was sentenced to 12 years and six months in state prison by Judge Clancy this morning, per an agreement reached between County Attorney Breen and Stephenson's attorney, B. F. Thresher. Stephenson has been in the county jail for 18 months, and he grew tired of wait ing for matters to shape themselves so his attorney could make a fight for a new trial. Circumstances favored him, however, and brought about the agree ment by which he escaped the condign punishment that many people thought he should have suffered for his crime and got off with the comparatively light punishment inflicted. Record Was Defective. Stephenson shot Woodslde in a sa loon a...

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. — 7 February 1902

F' r~e / / if /·:~ ( . 7' President Hugh 1. fWilson has returned from the coast where he was In the In terests of the Montana Jockey club. While in California It is understood Pres ident Wilson arranged for a successor to Secretary Laurence, but as yet no an nouncement has been made olicalully. It is reported here that Smith of the Qakland track has been boomned for the position orf secretary, but those who know are keeping their own counsel un til the deal is completed. President Wi'llon lha given out ithat the Moniana Jockey club will open the summer meeting in Butte, Saturday, June 14. There will be two months of racing In Butte and Anaconda and pre ;arations have been made for one of ,the largest race meetings ever held in the state. The club will guarantee no purses of less than $250. The Intention is to se Icure the best horses l. the Western country and there will be some well .known stake raclrs present at the moot Jng. The stakes for the different races will be announced w\...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 7 February 1902

AneLconda News. C(mrt IS ARRSTED DHIEF OF POrICE TAYLOBR AS A NARROW ESCAPE. COURT MANDATES DISOBEYED Was Summoned as a Witness in the Dennis Burglary Case, but Forgot About It-He Was Let Off Easy. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Feb. 7.-The officials around the city hall think they have a good Joke on Chief of Police Taylor. The chief himself Is of the opinion that he had a mighty narrow escape from going to jail or being called upon to pay a fine for contempt of court. The chief was subpoenaed as a wit ness in the Dennis burglary case, on trial before Judge Napton yesterday afternoon, but while in the discharge his duties in search of an offender the law it did not occur to him that had important business at the county court house. Bench Warrant Issued. Clerk Thomas called out hie name When he was wanted, but no response me, whereupon the court ordered a Bench warrant issued for the witness Ip contempt. Soon afterwards a deputy from the iheriff's office rdunded up the chief...

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. — 7 February 1902

Mines and Mining. A NEW [LDORADO TEAT IS WHAT THUNDER MOUN. TAIN IS CALLED. CONTAINS 600 SQUARE MILES Two Routes From the Outside World -Provisions Are Not Plentiful There at Present-Rush in the Spring. The last Issue of the New York En gineering and Mining Journal ,onta!ns the following Thunder Mountain aril cle written by Walter Hovey 11111: Thunder Mountain mining dlitr'it is in Idaho county, Idaho. It lies in longi tude 115 degrees 10 minutia we.t, lati tude 45 degrees 15 minutes north. It is in unsurveyed public domain, and within the jurisdiction of the ialley ilnltl office. The district as organized occupies a te'r rltory of about 600 square miles; its northern boundary is lig Creek, a trlbu tary of the Middle Fork of Salmon river; Its eastern boundary is the Middle Fork; its western boundary is Quartz Creek. and its southern boundary is a branch of the South Fork of Salmon river, and Indian Creek, tile last named creek he ing a tributary of the Middle Fork. Two Routes Into t...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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