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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 12 February 1902

Itratala's aresateiewry feb.12 Baldwin Apples Are perhaps just the kind you've been looking for--the flavor I fine- they are.nice and red for table use. Box 11.00. Pound...............60 Oranges Oranges have not been very sat!s factory this year, but now we have some splendid ones In plump, ripe, sweet and juicy. Price acording to size. Dos. 50c. 40c, SIc, 30c, 36e and.........l.ieo Eggs Absolutely fresh eggs, the kind you can depend on. Dozen...... ...3o Sugar Flest granulated sugar. Sack W.SS; 17 pounds ..............1100 Bulk Pickles Talk about fine pickles. Wish you would take a look at our assort ment and sample them. It's a revelation of "paikle goodnes" to what you'll generally And at stre--all kinds and all prices. from tIM quart tp........10c quart Silver Kettle Curraut Jelly Made as good housekeepers make it -* peed of sugar to a pint of fruit ]ulo-ts superiority Use in the particular flavor of the currants used-try It-you'll ad mit that It's the finest you ever tasted-S-l...

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. — 12 February 1902

DAILY INTER MOUNTAIN uttued Every Evening, Except Sunday. INTER MOUNTAIN PUSMubtINO CO. .. * Address all mail to Inter Mountain Publishing company, M. A. BERGER, Manager, 8t West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Ofliclal Paper of Silver Bow County and Citr of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per year, by mall, In advance......$7.50 By carrier, per month................ .75 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1902. LINCOLN'S BIRTHDAY. Very solemn are the thoughts which fill t'he minds of the American people on each recurring anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln. What might have been had he not lived and accomplished his great mission is beyond the imagina tion to conceive. Nothing is truer than that Washington created the t'nion awl Lincoln saved it. In reviewing the latter's life at the present time, the greatest satisfaction is found in the fact that he is mourned with sincerity in every siate of the tTnion, and that the people who once opposed him at the risk of life ant property are now among h...

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. — 12 February 1902

OwneebIof Sts.Mwmy aImo Indicates three things: Good udgmnest in ba ses r Good taste in ak. and Financial Responsibility. Sole Agents Montana Music Co. 119 N. itain St. VALENTINES VALENTINES VALENTINES VALENTINES VALENTINES VALENTINES VALENTINES VALENTINES VALENTINES VALENTINES VALENTINES Montana Book Co. W. H. KLEIN, Manager 200 N. Main St.. Butte. 'Phone 204 VAL[NTINES Prettiest and Nicest Cheapest and Best, Funny, Comical. All kinds and sizes, Come and see them. EVANS' BOOK STORE 114 N. l'lain St At any price, Comic, Sentimental Artistic Valentines We'd like you to see our stock. You'll enjoy it, whether you want to buy or not. Art Calendars s for 1902 Just a few rare beauties of highest art at ONBIHALF PRICE. CALKINS' BOOK STORE S The Holophase A Gloe with Gas V gives the best light, and we E can couvince you that it is S the cheapest light. MONEY Gas Office 202 North Clain Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Through line from Denver to Kansas City, it. Joseph,. Atchison, Chis...

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. — 12 February 1902

t1QUQ0R THE ISSUE - N~CULIOU ECU UXEAR IS AGAINST ROMBRTS. ODISPUTE STIRS GREAT BRITAIN Government Protection of the Liquor 1 Tratfi Versus Public and Military Reforms - Temperance Dis cussed in England. (By Associated Preos.) London, Feb. 12. - The temperance t question has come to the front in a sensational way. Two famous army dli cers are arrayed on one side; on the other stands the chancellor of the ex chequer. The army men belong to dif- n ferent organizations. One is Lord Rlob- s erts of Kandahar, commander in chief of the British forces, the other sile is v 'General William Booth, leader of the v Salvation Army. - t The former hits at the canteen; Gen- v eral Booth strikes at the drunkard in general. Moreover, the latter looks e for the assistance of keepers of public houses to aid him in the work of reform by refusing liquor to persons known to be habitual drunkards. It 1s the further purpose of General Booth to list the drunkards, follow them to their homes, and by moral s...

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. — 12 February 1902

7 IfSF115. OSOLEV SWER OF LITTLEION, OPENS *There was quite a difference between the statement of Assistant CountL.At torney Macket for the state and the statement of Attorney Thresher for the defendant In the murder case of Thonas Pooley which opened for trial In Judge 'MoClernan's court this morning, after a week spent In an effort to secure a jury. Mr. Mackel said that the evidence of Yhe state would show that Pooley drew A pistol upon Thomas IAttlejohn, the an wjio it is alleged by the state was purdered by Pooley, and that Littlejohh .as striving to take the weapon from oley when the latter deliberately shot 9im through, the heart and killed him. Mr. Thresher said that Littlejohn at tacked Pooley before the latter drew the revolver and had thrown him down and was kicking him in the face before the shot that killed him was fired, and that Pooley became insensible before the shot took place and did not know what be thad done when hauled from under IAttlejoht's dead body. Father's...

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. — 12 February 1902

(t&f 7 ý \ý ý ý y':; 1 N ý ý' v' ,/ý ti \ y ý` . ýý ý , 4 ý i. E 'ý _ý ýý ý ý "ýý `-~" ý - There's a strong probabillty that neither Jack Wade or "Kid" Opie will be prosecuted further in the district courts on the charge of prize iijating brought by County Attorney BIreen. The case, it is said, will he dismissed if a proposition made by the county at,,r ney is accepted. The plan, it is understood, by which the county is to be saved the costs of prosecution and the priincipus are to es cape trial, is to have both Wade and Ople sign an agreement whereby they pledge themselves not to engage in prize lights in the county of Silver Bow so long as Mr. Breen holds the office of county attorney. An agreement has been drawn up by one of the attorneys for Wade and Ople nn hich is to the effect that they will not engage in a prize light with anyone so long as the present county attorney is serving the people. The signatures have not been obtained as yet but it is said that as soon as the p...

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. — 12 February 1902

THA WIdU .Anmnda News. XTWR EU!ST5 PIWRA2ZNG PO0 IN PORT.hWN auNTION. SONG AND PRAISE FESTIVAL When Their Names Are t11.4e Kem bers Will Respond With Verse From Scriptures-To Be Held Next Week. 40 ' (Special to Inter Mountain) Anaconda, Feb. 12.-The members of the Methodist church, Rev. W. C. Ma iourdy has announced, are preparing to iold a roll call and social at the thurch on the evening of the 20th instant. This custom is common with the Methi Idlsts in the Eastern and Middle states Igwhere the denomination enjoys a more extensive membership. Once a year the members meet, and in this occasion the pastor reads from the itoll of membership the name of each Iparishioner. p Every one is expected to respond with ome passage from th eacripture. The bsent ones aelswet' by tter, and each ne received is read to the congregation resent. Serve Refreshments. At the conclusiozl of this part of the eremoniea a social is usually in order, lpwhen all join in to enjoy the evening Ci one happy fam...

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. — 12 February 1902

Mines and Mining. FORTIN[ IN SIGHT N. W. P1rsa03 WILL MA4R OUT 03 HIS LZASR #500,000. IS SHIPPING 20 TONS PER DAY Ore Averages 980 a Ton and There Are Thousands of Tons Ready to Yield to the Pick of the Mine Orew. N. W. Pierson of this city has one of the beat leasing propositions in this part of the country and is going to make a barrel of money out of it. The property is lncated about two miles from Wickes and is known as the Miner. It Is an old mine, having been opened by a Mr. Bristol more than ten years ago. During the first few years upwards of $2,000,000 was taken from it. After it had been well opened tije it c'miiany secured a lease and aond on it and erest ed a large, modern siamp mill, but later on complications between a th cemnleuny and the owner arose and the hend was never lifted. Consequently the property reverted to the owner and einose ned idle up to the time Mr. I 'irson sectrsd a two-years' lesse oin iti, hii!h was about four months ago. The mine is developed by ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 13 February 1902

__UTE NTEJ MOUNWUN. Vet. ZXIJ. NO.21'6 bUTTE MONT ANA, THURSDA NING. FEBRUARY 13. 1902. PRICE FIVyCNT MUST EAM IllS VITIM AT liS INDIANA IIOMt OOVERNO TOOLE BIGNS REQUI SITION FO7 JAMZSB mGGINS P03 WICKED CRIME. SHERIFF 9HULENSERG'S STORY Other Perpetrators of the Deed Have 3ot Yet Been Apprehended Their Victim Said to Be Slowly Recovering. ZSpeclal to Inter Mountain.) Helena, Feb. 13.-Governor Toole has signed requisition for James Higgins, one of the perpetrators of the most atrocious crime ever committed in Tip ton county, Indiana. The papers In the case were brought here today by Sheriff George W. Shulenberg of Tipton county, Indiana. The crme for whch Hggns and Harry Gossard and John Stroup-stand Indicted by the Indiana grand jury is that of a brutal assault on Rachael White on the night of January 2 last. The last two miscreants are still at large. The story, as told by Sheriff Shulen berg today, shows a most diabolical plot on the part of the three men to assault 'e girl. Str...

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. — 13 February 1902

SIN UTI2 TRBAJY YT JAPANBaIf xI.nTra.. BOUND TO JOINT ACTION: United States Only Anxious About the Industrial and Commerelal Phases of the Manchu rian Question. (By Associated Press.) SWashlngton, Feb. 1g.-Mr. Takahlra, the Japanese minister at Washington, today called at the state department and notified Secretary lHay of the sig nature of the treaty between Great Britain and Japan made public yester day In England, binding the two na tions to joint action to maintain the in tegrity of c'hlna and C'orea. The assent of the United States is not necessary to this agreement, but. If it were, it would probably not have been withheld, for it is pointed out that the treaty Is expressvl In line with the ieucas of the state delartmtentl, as fully dis c'losed int the notes Ilpubi llllts d )y it frtolm time to time. Want the Open Door. It is again stated that there has beeu no joint action as between the nlllted States and the two powers nanied, yet It is a fact that the preamble to the4 new ...

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. — 13 February 1902

1 0 Mestap aitngt emory Ie. 13 Ph andd Shees We devote partleular attention to these two lines. Large varietles of eaeh Are templtlngly displayed. The Fish counter displays sam ples of every kind, and .makes se lections so much easiler. The Cheese counter Ljap'ays a larger variety and the best quali ties made-Cheese from Italy, Hol land, France, England, Canada, New York, Wisconsin and Mon tana. An expert Cheese and Fish man in charge to supply your wants. We mention a few varieties: Cured Fish MACKERL -- Norway Bloaters: pound, 25c and 20c; others, each 150, 12'/c and '..................10) HERRING-Milchener's, each, Ic; Holland, Ic; Norways, 4c; Do mestic, each 3c and ............'c SALMON-Smokel or Kipperedl, pound, 20c; Salt Salmon. pound, 10c; Salmon Bellics, pound..12% t, WHITEFISH-Smoked, pound, 20c and 17c; Salt, pound ........12%c SMOKED BLOATERS-Large an'l fat, 8 for ........................23c FINNAN HADDIES-Fresh ex press.shlpment; pound ........15; Cheese AMERICAN CHEES...

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. — 13 February 1902

DAILY INTER MOUINTAIN Isueed Every Evening, Except Sunday. LNTER MOUNTAIN PUBULISIIN CO. Address all mail to Inter Mountain Publishing company, M. A. BERGER, Manager, 26 West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Official Paper of Sliver Bow County and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per year, by mail, in advance......$7.50 By carrier, per month................ 7 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1902 The ,newspaper which object to thle Inter Mountain's plea for harmnul' y itl the republhian ranks until the people shall meet in their regular cone\'ntlonsll and settle all contrOVelrit'l and dilputex in accordance with party usage, are in Ierious e..rot. They would depose olne man to set up aiiIth.r, or one faction to set up another. Such a course would nut remedy any existing condition. All poliLteal poIw'ter miust come from the pel ple in thleir regular convent ions, nit fron. a dissatlisfled faction, self-appoint etd and self-a'ltin.g. Such a fatollintl may be right or wrong, but unless It acts wit...

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. — 13 February 1902

Indicate taree thing.: Good lgument Go Sed taste In mtalc. and , Financial reponsibillty. 0ub Ients ?Qontata ( Mu sic Co. 339 N. flal St. VALENTINES VALENTINES VALENTINEB ý"ALEMGINES I MAIEN.TLNES VALENTINES VALENTINES VA.LENTIN.ES SVALENTINES VALENT1NES VALENTINES Montana Boko. .W..JKLBIN. Manager 209 N. Main St.., Baltto. 'Phone294 VYLtNTINtS Prettiest and Nicest Cheapest and Best, Funny, Comical. All kinds and sizes, Come and see them. EVANS' BOOK STORE 114 N. main St. CALKINS' BOOK STORE "Tomorrow ikr St. Val en>ine',s Day."--SbhaleJ. peare. We have .all kinds of Va.lentines. Our line of Art Valerntines; is very pleasing. CALKINS' BOOK STORE A Butte Lady Says That she can cook on a glas range at half the expense of a coal ranrie. She told this to our representa thive this snowy morning. Gas Office 202 North /lain THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE RAILWAY Through Line In connection with Oregon Short Line and Rio Grande Western, from Utah to Kansas City, St. Joseph, Atchison,...

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. — 13 February 1902

OLISHII OPINION dElYF BPECIAL ARTICLES ON THE ANrGLO-a P. SHOULD HAVE BEEN SECREI ,United States Will Not Enter the Al liance, but It Is Expected to Support the Policy of Treaty. - (By Assorlateri Press.) London, Feb. 13.--The announcemelnt of the Anglo-Japanese treaty has opened the floodgates of discussion and .rllrrmentllt throughout the continent. The fontdon papers are full of Interviews, opinions and special articles describing Japan and her military and naval strength anrri speculations as to the uutcom: of the alliance. A day's reflection has only served to confirm the opinions of the leading writers, which were hurriedly expressed yesterday. Noticeable throughout the comment here Is the anxiety to see the United States In line with the agree ment. Every editorial polnti: to the identity of interests and looks for moral support from America. Some Newspaper Comment. The Standard says: "Thie new agree mnent exactly coenclides with the views of American statesmen. If th" IUnite...

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. — 13 February 1902

S(CUKIA DICREE 1zabi1(ABoUv31 LoUxNGeS CUT A DIVOsCE GIVEN FOR NOTHIN(F Jpplilat a Oolored Woman, Who Ao ouasd husband of Carrying hab.. bit's loot and Allowing Rer 0o Go Thirsty. A stout colored woman whole appear ance Indicated that she had seen at least 30 hot summers and as many frosty winters, hobbled into the office of the United States court this mornhing and after carefully scrutinizing the little crowd present asked for the Judge. Judge. "He Is not in just now," replied one of the attpchen of the place. "Is there any thing I can do for you?" "Yes, sabh. I wants a divorce from my ole man an' I wants It right away on de tun." "Straight up or turned over?" "What's dat? I'st not very familah wit law terms, but I guess I'll take it most any way. I've put up wid dat black man's foollshness Jes' as long as I'see swine to. How much will 'it cost me?" "One -hundred and seventy-six dollars." "What's dat?" "One.hundred and seventy-six dollars." Gracious met Why, say, boss, I never see...

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. — 13 February 1902

%i. /~LI Now It's our chanmplion, Jak VWadei. who has tlrouble' In brel'(thinig thiiroughi his nose. W\Vaie 's probscls Is turlned lto the right ton an aingle of allbout 45i de grels and his lti hing Is Intll fel',reil with Ileinause of ihi( "cutolff"' which iinme \Lith a swi.ft ipuncih. "I've hadli a staillrng offer up," saild the rchim nlinii h iiulnoi'lious'lry the other night, "of $50 for the fellow that IIlI come in 1 %ilit ai left swing and kllcl.k that nise, ;rondl tI o Its old positiohlll. I think It 'ull Imlprovint i my ippear.anc'e $;0 worth, dotln't you? "'III iit goilng ito halve it opier:lted on though until I'm tlhroullgh lighting. I knocked one pallr of silver tubies lii an oppl onenllt's unose ard1 on,( w ,ent tip intol his 'hellitd iiil lithe oI li"r ew out of theli nostriil. Thill Ithing will niever lhappenii to me ibecause' I'll waili until thei tlimlie colles for me to leave the ring." The attorneys for Wade.tii' and t)lle ill their easts In which Illegal fightin...

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. — 13 February 1902

iii; dim-' ; 1 !ItAhITWV RfIT IllS CASE NS. DAY PIKlUED THE *mWt~ xollY IN TBIUaOSE OF MR RiAY vs. CITY OF .TTTE. DEFENSE BEING PRESENTED Great Array of Wltnegae Whibig Was Anticipated Did Not Materialtse, and It Will Not Take L9vA to Dispose of Trial. (Special to Intee Motnta4dn. Anaconda, Feb. 13.-Mueh better prog ress is being made with the trial of the ease of J. A. Murray vs. the city of Butte in the district court,, than was ex pected before it was started. It was thought that the prosecution would put a great array of witnesses on the stand and that the taking of testimony from' them would consume the greater part of a week's time. On the contrary the prosecution reetet its case ,late festerday afttsnoon and the de ,fepse began the exqmination of its wit nessep. Veal Estate Men .estity. W. F. Cobban, the Butte .real estate -!dealer, concluded his testimony ·beore :the middle of the afternoon, when Hayes .Cannon, another real estate man of rButte, testified in behalf of Murray...

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. — 13 February 1902

Mines and Mining. HIIIiH CLAIMS MINt THAT IS WHAT A WRITER SAYS OF THE UNITED VERDE. IS OWNED BY SENATOR CLARK Its Ore Bodies Are Large and the System of Mining and Smelt ing Is Complete in Every Dc tail. Quite likely, remarks the Jerome, Arz., Reporter, the real value of the UnitIe Verde mine is not accurately known even by its prinlpal owner, lint ls ailHio rielt sonable to suppose tilat monelly will I not buy It. There is a rumor still hi Ilriuta tion to the Iffeet that when the A\in.iga mated peopl'e aclquired the Mar('us I)aly properties at Butte, they sent lan a ,ireild ited replresmntative to Mr. (lark, askilng him to namle if figure on the I'todlet Verde. The story Is thait Mr. ('liak re plied that it was usheles. to cofner i Ilut the matter, is the pIt'irorly was nit for sale at any price. Tin1 sh'res if 1 *itlnl Verde siock were re. l 'ailly ,si lii Ni,' York at $:la tI pr share. A.s theI, cap;illl stock ('insists of 30i,11i0 -hare', this would miake Ithe tlotal 'capitalli...

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. — 14 February 1902

BUT E N MOUNTA N. N.... VOL. XXI. NO. 2? BUTTE MONT ANA. FRIDAY NING. FEBRUARY 14, 1902. PRICE FV CETS I! I I IN __l ilt . / i el ml ... .. . --I I " , m i .. i l l n i POOLY'SW AITOINYS ATTIMPT S BAR VERDICI (,i fIRSI D[ GRt[ The Pooley murder trial is fast approaching a conclusion. The introduc* tion of evidence concluded at noon to day, and the court instructed the jury on the law in the case at S o'clock. The arguments followed and were in-progress late this afternoon. The defense began examining its last witnesses when the case was called at 10 o'clock and finished shortly aft er 11. The rebuttal evidence of the state was very brief. Former County At torgey Connolly and William Teddy were witnesses in rebuttal. Mr. Connolly's evidence was in co ntradiction of the statements of Mr. and Mrs. Pooley that he authorized Poole y to carry a revolver. Mr. Connolly testified that what he had told Pooley-was that the latter had the right to defend himself. He also said he cautioned Poole...

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. — 14 February 1902

JAPANS[f TREATY tr Is nU5aVSsD IN TE BERITISH PA3LIAXRNT. UIBERALS ASK QUESTIONS Zxplained by the Government That the Treaty Was to Maintain Statue Quo, Keep Peace *and Open Door. (By Associated Press.) London, Feb. 14.-The parliamentary secretary of foreign affairs, Lord Cran borne, replying to n question in the house of commons by IHenry Norman, liberal, in regard to the Anglo-Japanese treaty of alliance, said the substance of the agreement was comunllllllalted toL the United States a1nd (l'ertIany before pub lication. Mr. Norman :aid he i.Jctietedl to the Aniglo-Japalnese teaty on the ground that It was evidently lanl anti-Itussi.n threat and that it tled (treat IBritain to tihe whole of .Itipan' policy ini such a way that shie nltght hi forcerd to go to war against her own Int trests. Lord ('ralnlol, e expllnlllel tih t the contracting larties were only boulnd to ulndlertake ntolll (defene(c of their in tetIesls whent the daInger was dilue tlo i the alggression of olthers allld ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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