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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 8 February 1902

TBTTE INT MOUNTAIN. YOL, lXL . 2N 2 8 ,UTTB MOPTANRA; SAT4i V ENING, FEBRUARY 8, 1902. PRICE FIVE TS [NGLAND HAS IW[ SWIN. DL.D ON LARGE SCALE Recent Disclosures Have Set All Britain rhinking and Talk Ing About Frauds and Swindles in the Conduct of the South African War. r'0 - (By Associated -'ress.) London, Feb. 8.-The apparent incom petence, and it is claimed, pbsslble dis honesty, which permeates the purchas Ing departments of the British army, as revealed this week in parliament, have caused a public agitation that augurs badly for the war office. Judging from recent disclosures, scarcely any of the supplies for the army in South Africa were secured on busi ness principles. Speculating contractors are now known to have made hundreds of thousands of pounds by reselling contrncts. The opposition vainly endeavored to get details regarding the new contract (or the new supply of meat announced by the government in the house of com mons, with the view of ascertaining if a saving over ...

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. — 8 February 1902

X. C ,SION BILL OOVMWO1 Um ]ým EIsWTRAIN RD IN NIW YOREK. IS INDORSED BY COAST PEOPLE Will Fulfill All of the Purposes for Which It Is Drawn-Would Be Great Influx of Chinese If the Act Is Not Passed. (Fly Asso lited Pies.) New York, F'eb. 8.--Former tIovernor Budd of ('alifornia is in this city after having testlfhed in \VWashingtonl bttefore the contnlitter in chlage of the ('hine e exclusion bill. The failure of tire Kahn-Milthell C'hi nese exclusion bill to pass before tlhi end of this sessr:on. he sl Id in an inter view, would iomeanl the extinllt'o or th· present treasi.tly riegKulations fori lthi transit of ('hin.se a(ronss this .otuntly, and will mean a gru.at influx of ('hlnone ibefore the opo n t ue I nity to lenact I'e strlctive\ legslelUlllont ecurs aigain. Excludes the Coolies. "'TIhe Kahn-.Mitchell bill now before both houses Is co f'ralned," said thlllverlnorl ludld, "as to provl'e for Ihe most il hu. mlane treatment of those hn'lileise plIr mitted entry to this 'tiotU...

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. — 8 February 1902

Me.. taa'.s ars. .rocry. Feb. 8 Saturday's Bargains You -trade I# appreciated bare. We hhow our al.reclatlo'a by' low prices, high qualities, immense as sortments. We search every mar ket for its best, and if it's good to eat you'll find it at Lutey's. Naval Oranges Extra Fancy Navet Oranges, sweet and juicy. The 40c per dozen kind today ......................2o Apples Fancy Red Table Apples or Solid Greenings. Box $2.00 and $1.75; pound, 6% and ................ Banannas, Etc. Fine Ripe Bananas. Dozn .....25c Fresh Cocoanuts, i!ce large ones. Each ........................10c Fine Mixed NON. Pound, 15c and ............ ............12c Mammoth Roasted Peanuts Pound ........ ...... 0 Butter and Eggs Our Delicious B. B. Butter. Pound ................. . ....30c Fine Table Butter. Pound........25c Strictly Fresh Eggs. Dozen......300 Fresh Meats Today's prices are for the finest fresh Eastern corn fed beef. Prime Rib Roast of Beef. Pound 12 ,c and ......................10c Loin Steaks. Po...

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. — 8 February 1902

DAILY INTER MOUNTAIN Issued Every Evening, Except Sunday. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING CO. Address all mail to Inter Mountain Publishing company, M. A. BERGER, Manager, 20 West Granite Street, Butte, Mont. OfRclal Paper of Silver Bow County and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION HATES. Per year, by mail, in advance ......$7.50 By carrier, per month................. .76 SATURDAY, 1 EBIRIAIlY 8, 1902. 111E COMING REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN. The suggestion of the Inter Mountain a f,ew days ago that repub'hkan leaders relegate to the conventions of the people every cause of real or imagined dissatis faction has been received w:th applovall In all sections of the state. Fortunately the s.hism on exhibition n in Helena was a very small one so far ac nlumlTbers ar' concerned, but whether it has ei olli foundation or not Is a Imatter w.,hi.h shouldI be left for the replbllihran mats.Ms to, deide In thirt craucuses alnd cOnrl\'v'i tious. In tihe republliait party nRoth ng Is param;llount to Ith volr'0 of the...

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. — 8 February 1902

THE PIANOLA The Planola is on exhibition at our store, No. I21 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 plane. Sold on small monthly payments when so desired. MONTANA MUSIC CO.. 119 N. Main St. BLANK BOOKS OfiCE1 SUPPLIES Big eut on all Fancy Goods and Picture Frames Montana Book Co. W. H. KLEIN, Manager 209 N. Main St.. Butte, 'Phone 294 VAL[NIINES Prettiest and Nicest Cheapest and Best, Funny, Comical. All kinds and sizes, Come and see them. EVANS' BOOK STORE 114 N. lain St. Even 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. flew Stationeryf Latest shapes, newest shades. Everything for fashionable cor respondence. CALKINS' BOOK STORE S The Bolophane A Globe with eas gives the best V light, and. we E can c...

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. — 8 February 1902

WATCH INDIAN'S NOS ON f[NNI[S S(New TYor Herald ) C LINK, jingle, modest jangle, small mutative clink; it's the goddess and the eagle that do these things ;.n a style that's really fine-in and out, through and about civilization's mystic mazes, a million or so of American uabo rigines daily tread their diverse ways and their intricate paths. Some tread in all honesty and genuineness, others slide daringly over slippery roads and boldiy flaunt deceptive physiognomies in the very eyes of their unwitting dupe s. They're twins to the limit of their ag gregate numbers, these coppery redskins so much alike that only now and then are they able to establish their own com plete identity. Each one is a being sufficient unto him self. Individually he is a success. Col lectively the agg-"gatton rest secure in the belief that were they to be suddecnly flipped Into extinction the world would have at least one black gap. to 1ill. En thuslasms and mutilation they endure with equal stoicism-chiccory...

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. — 8 February 1902

IN 11lL U. S. COURTI " XEamEl ATTTEZS DISPOSED OF TODAY BY JUDGE KNOWLES. ONE DAMAGE SUIT TELL )efendaats in Another Cause Accuse Each Other of Being "It"--Court Will Determine the Mat ter Later on. Judge Knowles heard three matters to Iday in connection with damage suits against railroad companies. The first was an argument on the de nurrer to the complaint in the suit of Wi'lliam W. Haardt against the Oregon Short Liner an action having as its ob ject the recovery by Haardt of judgment for $15,000 for the loss of a foot near Lima, about two years ago. Judge Knowles sustained the document and gave the plaintiff's attorney four 'days in which to file an amended com plaint. Can File Amended Answer. In the action brought by Vincent T'ooney against the Oregon Short Line and Northern Pacific companies a dis pute has come up between the defend ants as to which should be the real de fendant, and Attorney Willis for the Oregon Short Line asked the court for the privilege of filing an amend...

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. — 8 February 1902

....* /ý /_ I ý ' / /ýý ý V ý / ,ý. , jp_1 ILI The I ''hI ntn ow hlag iteaml took three Itraight froml the, Hllver Iow bowl,;'s last night In the ' ily I:icgue toiurn'imntit. Sheehan of the 'Tho: ntons led with :!11 Jlns. Few gool tll:s fiwere rlllde', a'ln the last two ga.lll werel', taIIme. 'IThl 'I 'HIere tIhe s4 cor.i " 'FIRlST lA M IC:. Thorntions - Whit.le, 1I5: ItJ! ek, 177 Sheehan, 204; l'i'ither', 1i3; Ells, 19,.. Total, 141.6, Silver ItO ss 'Todl 201; Bl arker, 192; M.Tc lnly, 25:5; IIdlgenl s, 144; A..ansi , 1.4. Total, !11. SI,(E'NI) (A M iE. Thorntons--White. 156; Ilmc ,. 1 2. theehan, 169; FI her, Is.; E lts, :191 T'otal, 873. Silver Ilows --T dd, 1(S0; las g r., 1t; McKinley, 169; Ilodgens, 1.10; A Ilais, 189. Total, 930. 'l'TIII) C;AME.1 Thorntons-- \Vh.. t. 176: Itiank, Ii;: Sheehan. 179; Ft.is-h r, 1119; 1?l is, l6). Total, 859. Silver Bhow 'lTodd, 198; ilirker, 159; MucKinley, 175; Ilolm n s, '17; Ad.Inrs, 1:i1. Total, 783. Standing of the clubs: Teams. Played. Wl...

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. — 8 February 1902

Aneconda News. OORDON'S VRSIONI au DnA Z= OO'1rsn O ANDm 'BO APFIDAVIT. HE IS WRONGFULLY ACCUSED Explains the Whole Tra3saeton and Cl.ms the Money Was Oounted by Another Man-Ander son Not Very Drunk. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Feb. 8.-Policeman Gordon, who is now under suspension of 30 days, takes exceptions to the affidavit sworn to by Frank B. Anderson before a jus tice of the peace, and which is now in the hands of Mayor Stephens, charging him with the offense of holding out and retaining $20 of Anderson's -money on the occasions of the latter's arrest on the night of December 11th last, in the vicinity of Kelllher's saloon on East Third street. Officer Gordon declared last evening that Anderson's sworn statement is un true, so far as it relates to his taking the money. He insists that Anderson only had $62.90 with him at the time of the ar rest; $60 of this amount, he says, was in a sack in one of Anderson's pockets; the balance, $2.90, was In loose change. He Has a ...

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. — 8 February 1902

iV i C., IETY NEWS OF M1-,i1" vvNTAWA. I II II SOCIITY NEWS OF M .ON0TANA " I ilitlt ~IOO! ······~····· ilOI·· iHOOO· tlOO!i H HOO· iI00(Hi OO1i · O O0i ·H'U lllO'll~i# / ~I ^''ili0 o LU~ /t Ill_ Forsyfh. (Special to Inter Mountain.) F ORRYTH, F, b 8.-E. J. Steiger and daughter, Miss Ros a, arrived in the city the first of the week and are the guests of Mr. and Mas. H. G. Wright. Mrs. Stelger was at one time a cesident of Custer county and has many friends here. He returned Sunday. Miss Ro a will spend some time here with her sister, Mis. Wright. Hev. John Evans of Miles City heli Episcopal services in the Meti.od'i.t church Tuesday evening. Services wall be held every other Tuesday instead of I Thursday as heretofore. Pete Enige, one of the lolpu'ar railroad boys, returned from a two weeks' visit with friends and relatives In St. Paul. Al Young was in the city fonom Lee Monday. D. M'. Owens was up from Rosebud Wednesday on busine a. County Ase.-ssor (I'hol'..r, County Commcilsloner...

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. — 8 February 1902

Ilk ", r iM I o 1. A Or* . J Y OG OF BiTS OF Sý CE NERY IN THE 1 , 0 ..EVERYQUARTER " I I . +:,+41+, " , t BU W T * OLD WO D. V T ~. S L LE AD O RUGGED LANDSCAPE. OF INDUSTRY. I |i .i,.m+ ns ,n, iI. l r - f','dli + n O THE lover of pretty pictures Montana presents a wealth o. pleasure and it Is with feelings oa supreme delight that the new comer, either from the richly-appor tioned observation car or the immigrant's wagon, observes the changing vistas which open before him as he enters the mountain state. No state In the union has such a re, mnarkable variety of scenery as is found in Montana. The long, waving grassy plains of the North and East sugges the endless prairie, while the rugge, mountains in the West and. South seen appropriate to a state whose very name suggests the picture of nature in her rougher garb. Kodak an Educator. Since the advent of the kodak the in jerest in pictures and the love of scenery have become more general; people tall ~ore familiarly, of lights and s...

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. — 8 February 1902

II .* (j, I, fi i,:I 1 V . sent for the F'ederiation pin, a silver shield, blue einalneled with the Fed eration motto. "Urnity in Diversity," in ia red background. Curious Ipiolle gaze nat thrm earnestly, for they are usually worn either at the ttiliir tir on tihe breast. Tw'\o wollntIn wellring thel(.se pins left te street 'ar on W'est tranite street niii twt) oither women, evidently not club) women, began dHscussing the pins rild nIutte clubs. They told of thilngs whclh hnpplened In the Woman's club, and onel said: "Their motto is all wrong. There's plenty of diversity of opinion, but mighty little unity." Mark Twain said that "It Is diversity of oplnllins which makes horse races." And it also makes a good club. W'hat would any woman think of a club where all the members would sll lperfectly sltlent and Iet the ofllcers or ruling spirits pass any old resolution or motion and not rise li, their feet and express their own opinion anent the q(uesltion. Every question which comes is o...

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. — 8 February 1902

,~,.. ~ ,.. ., " -... _ · · r ·- -. I·. - ,.-, .··- * .,. i I <,i 4 COMING ATTRACTIONS. * * * S SButton's New Grand. * i (Pollard's Juvenile Opera com- r * pany, February 10, 11, 12. # * Colloroneni Repetto Grand * # Opera company, February 14, 15, * S16. * * Union Family Theater. * * "A Man of Mystery," February * * 9, 10, 11; February 9, matinee; *4 * February 11-16, Edward Beaupre. * * Maguire's Grand Opera. * * Dark. 4 # - 4 Margaret Theater, Anaconda. '; * "A Trip to the Circus," Febru- * * ary 10. - * Pollard's Juvenile Opera com- * * pany, February 13, "The Geisha;" * * February 14, "A Gaiety Girl." * * * T IS a great poem, Mr. Pope, but it isn't Homer," .aid a friend to Alexander Pope, on reading the latter's translation of the Iliad., With equal aptitude might one remark to Clyde Fitch, on seeing his dramatiza tion of Whittler's poem. "It is a beau tiful romance, Mr. Fitch, but it isn't Whittier." However, with such a company as that with which James Neill presented "Bar...

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. — 8 February 1902

__,.7 g1l(I1I1 m OýOof ,to-< "Oo I' world away; already preparing to "fill the cup, and Int the lire of spring ,your 1 winter garment of repentance fling." Poor old Omar Khayyan! fie knew the w LLd even as did Shak AshWpeare. nxt w nd dpitte The: hnys been a quiet laugh grilang the r ds thI certlin social tison tih ti this week. A giddy young maos b n received a i(tndr from thie Ihast, telling o the new fad-- grandfather's club, or nl'e. ho ashe alny led in a few· of tihe choice spinear Lents of her own acte un to explain. give my caffaie-r.ery one tele- a phoned to. a Meet a Chilly Reception. "First, you must be atblc to trate your lineage back ait least three g-n''ra- s tions- -on both sides," said tihe host.'.-t. Several looked blue at at ice. SlI: it ra Of grand" C .ihers and gra nidmoIthers and they wt're witl hyou; hat wnlIen it B.ta an to deving ny; talre dy rek age-nto tubil for culh . and i the divorced llrn or ft womer garment oeligible pentder anliy ir." noor l O Khayc...

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. — 8 February 1902

Stiatlon of W. Pe. Krum, head organiser "or Montana. The circle Intends giving social sessions at least once a month. tUly Skating Party. Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. Jack Muller entertained their friends at a skating party, afterwards enjoying sup per at the Muller -home. In the party Aere: Mr, and Mrs. Jack Muller, Mr. and. Mrs. Harry Gabse, Mr. and Mi.d Olney, .' af nd Mrs. F'reA Black, Mr. and Mrs." Will- Woodw*zl Mr. and Mrs. Ulrlcc Nevins, Miss Marguerite Black, Miss Polly Wood ward, Gerald Olney and Putnam Gra ham. The Heinse Dinner. Thursday evening F. A. Helnze gave a very pretty dinner at the Thornton for Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Warfield of Helena. The decorations were in red carnations, and the place caids were Gibson heads. His guests were: Mr. and Mrs. ('arlos Warfield, Mr. and Mrq, C. L. Miller, E. H. Wilson, Miss Matilde Marconnot, E. L. Whitmore. --- --- Holbrook Informal Dinner. Thursday Mrs. F. F. Holbrook enter talned Informally at luncheon at her new home' in the Pren...

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. — 8 February 1902

0 ii 71$ K K' THE SHIRT WAIST IS STILL A PRIME FAVOR ITE AND ATTRACTIVE STYLES ARE ON DIS PLAY-T UCKS AND STITCHING, S TRAPS. BOX PLAITS, ETC., ARE SEEN-- GIRDLES, BAGS AND BELTS NOW NUM BERED AMONG THE NOVELTIES. T IS perfectly useless for the makers of fashions to threaten the decline and fall of the shirtwaist. It is t)o useful and comfortable a gar mn.nt to part \ ith, without due and just cause and reason shown, and in spite of the warning note which prophesies its decadence at the beginning of each new season, we go straightway and buy just as many of the prettiest ones as we can afford. Some of us in our youth have done our summer traveling back and forth to boarding school and coll.ge In entire wool dresses, and waist tight-fitting, si-sla lined, and whale boned at every seam. We would not think it possible to en dure such habiting for a journey today, nor indeed for the busy routine occu pations of the day at home, and that we need not, let us be devoutly thankful. There ar...

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. — 8 February 1902

'g. V.I ý r. II F ýl O-T" ·, 1. I)I r1 twrT __ __ _____ ___ CASCADE COUNTY'S CAPI TAE IS THE HOME OF A SELECT GROUP OF TAL ENTED PEOPLE - SOME SKETCHES OF THE ART ISTS WHO PAINT FROM THE REAL LIFE OF THE PLAINS AND MOUNT AINS. W II iI, Great Falls may not be justified, perhaps, in claiming to be the art center of Montana, ,lie is proud to numlber among her rest dlents snlme of the most noted painlters In the W'est. Were merit alone considered, howevOr, there are those who are willing to admit that the city is the home of a number of artists whose ef forts upon canvas challenge those of any other part of the state, and perhaps the entire West. It is with special pride, however, that every citizen of Great Falls refers to Charles ML. Russell, who is known almost tihe country over as the "Cowboy Artist." treat Falls Is his home, and in the north ern portion of thi state he first develop ed his great aptitude as an artist. He is probably one of the most unique charac ters among the pain...

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. — 8 February 1902

.Mies and Mining. WAIlING AT BOIS[ POUR RUNDXaD MEN READY FOR THE WORD "GO." DEWEY, SR., DID NOT SAY IT Mr. Katz of Utah Says the Colonel's Son Voiced the Sentiment of His Father on the Pros pective Rush. Acrording to a letter received by W. F. Cobban yesterday, there are about 400 persons in Itolse, Idaho, waiting for the arrival of spring and the consecinwnt opening of the Trail leading into the Thunder Mountain mineral dlstrict. It Is their Intention to begin the prospective stmpttllede as soon as the weather settles to a spring basis. The majority of thetmi are prospectors, but there are others, some of whom have ,stocks of goods which they calculate to take Into the district for speculative purposes. At present the trail from the Bolse side is covered with several feet of snow and any attempt to reach the diggings would be suicidal. With reference to the district a spe clal telegram from Boise to the Salt Lake Herald says: A Statement Denied. "The Statesman will say tomorrow: T...

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. — 10 February 1902

BUTTE INT MOUNTAIN. Ot. XXI. NO. 273 BUTTE MIoST ANA. .OWiAY NING. FEBRUARY 10, 1902. P IVE CENS MYSTERY SURROUNDIN6 MURDER. OF THE SIXTEEIYEAR-OLD GIRL REfNTLY FOUND IN SAN FRANCISCO D'APPraa=ED F70R WEEKS AGO BUT WAS KILLED WITHIN TEN DATS. SHE WAS SURELY STRANGLED Positive Clew of Murderer's Identity Has Not Been Obtained, Although Some Suspicion Attaches to a Man Named Bennett, Who Rented House. (By Assoolated Press.) San Francisco, Feb. 10.-The mystery surrounding the murder of 16-year-old Nora Fuller, whose nude body was found on a bed in an unused house on Sutter street, remains unsolved. The result of the autopsy has made it practically certain that the girl was chloroformed and then strangled. Al though she disappeared four weeks ago when she met a man calling himself John Bennett, in answer to an adver tisement for a girl to care for a child, the autopsy physician ins positive she was killed within the last 10 days. This tends to confirm 'the statement of Locksmith Bertran...

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. — 10 February 1902

1RICS (iOUN[ Il I1CRoAUz MINCE AXarOAN O0 OUPrATION 0 PraILzPPINr( s. BETTER OUTLOOK FOR TRADE Seport From D. G. Fairchild, Gov eminment Agricultural Expert, Who Is Securing Plants for This Country. (By Associated Press.) Washington, Feb. 10.-Secretary Wil son has re(cl\ved a report fronl David (1. .anitchll., the expert of the delpart inent of agriculture, who with Mr. La tll'rop, a weallhy New Yorker, Is explor nlg the world for new plants for Intro duction Into this coullntry. The report is dated tat Colonihii, ('c'y lun, and disli.ses general conditions In China. lie says the in issoInIrlies frightened out by the Ieenllt lroubleIs are returnin'lllg to their ipo.s lind that foreign Il merchanlts claimi the outlook for Inde imlprovement yr very favorable In the region of Shanghail. Alnerican Imade, lie says, is inote than hltilnig it.. on against that of olier countiries, l iiUt adds: "Ja.tin's itrde 1 ~has greatly tincreasel d in c'ltintt of late, and she Is lnt only an acive', b...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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