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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 6 January 1902

M ataua's last etrw ery, JaL. One=Fifth Saving...... If you could reduce any of your expenses, say house rent, for in stance, one-filfth, you would surely, do it, wouldn't you? Well, you can reduce your gro cery bill one-fifth by dealing with us. We are very careful in our statements, and would like you to try cash buying and prove our words. Quaker Flour Is the finest product of the twen tieth century's a-t of milling. If you do not consider it the finest flour you have ever used we will refund your money in full and take the balance of the flour back. Quaker Flour-Per 100, $2.75; sack ..........................$1.40 Fine bread flour. Per 100, $2.46; sack ...........................$1.26 Franklin Mills, or Raltson whole wheat flours-12%-pound sack, 60c; 24%-pound sack..........$1.OC Pure old-fashioned buckwheat flour, the real article-24%-pound sack, $1.10; 10-pound sack... .50c Yellow or white cornmeal-24% pound sack, 60c; 10-pound sack ............................30c Rye flour or...

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 January 1902

.DAILY INTER MOUNTAIN Issued Every Eivening, Except Sunday. I71 ILk MOUA 1AIN PUBLISHINU CO. Addieea all mall to Inter Mountain Publi'hing rompany. Mt. A. 13I1tRGER, Manager. 28 W">t t'a! -i Patr t. tutt.' Mont. Offloal Paper if Silver 11ow County an'l City of Butte. 5L1 :S'I' If lPIO' N RATES. Per y'eac, by 'i ;1, in advance...... By carrier, per month............. .It MONDAY, IA N(TAI tY 8, 1902. A NEW CIY CHARIER. Th' nn iv r tihr riuar'r'l In 1t.' po011 pI' Prt n at of Uil te willl 111,111 it new ''lhii terr for the 1'ty. That mnuc'h Is outllniel In hII.' ierws cllumnlI of tit r Inliar MiountabI trlrty. Mrtm',rbtrrs of th.' city 'e'nc1il %I, 1h1v4 gralmn tiisd of ite constant hic t 'rin'4 g in pollee 4ir'I.e's havrl deir it \I a\ s in favor of a c"hang' lor the I rr t' i lia I itt I ' of a p4rmW rnt14 4'' chitrt, 1or. 'The'y havt roen enulgi of the Ins anl out" if th r tie rtm;:' I ti nt poll tics In knot cthat 11isrlplinf, i.4 U king there and it i [ not within r 11on - t, e...

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 January 1902

Begin at the Beginning and let the advent of the New tear be also the advent of a new piano in your house. You cannot be truly happy without one of these marvels of musi"al excellence. Prices $175 to $1000. We make the terms of payment easy. MONTANA MUSIC CO., 119 N. Main St. BLANK BOOKS OffICI SUPPLIES Big eut on all Fancy Goods and Picture Frames Montana Book Co. W. H. KLEIN, Manager 209 N. Main St., Butte, 'Phone 294 *New BlanI SBooA.r For ate' Year Ledgers, Journals Day Books, Diaries Files and Filing Cases Typewriter Supplies of all kinds Office Supplies at Ches pe't ?rice.s EVANS' BOOK STORE J14 N. Plain St Office Supplies Everything for 19o2 Blank Books of all kinds, Desk Conveniences. Filing Cabinets; Calendars. 1-3 off. Fancy Box Pa per /4 off. Typewriters, Supplies and Repairs. CALKINS' 1100K STORE 31*37 North Main St. The London Lancet Says: "The Holophane Globe is con structed on well-known optical principles. The globe In reality consists of a series of tiny prisms whic...

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 January 1902

A 10 There's going to be mighty things] doing on the howling alleys of Butte and Anaconda soon. Already the owners of the alleys in either town have set to work to put up iron screens to separate the spectators and players, and are seri ously thinking of using sheet metal covers for the alleys. All this because the printers of the two cities have got mixed over the dis cussion of bowling (on alleys) and are hurling challenges anti defle btok and forth. A saucy deft went over on the after noon train to Anaconda today in whl -I the "comps" of the burg were told they could not roll straight enough to keel on the alleys, and that :he only kind of bowling they were experts at was coh ered by a slang perversion of the term. Being so near the truth, it is expected that those Anaconda "prints" will got right upon their ear lobes and say things which will bring about a meeting. The challenge sent over today provides for at meeting on the M. & At. alleys a week from tonight, at which time...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 6 January 1902

TRADES ASSEMBLY t '1 QoTmTaRU, WarOaTS ON IREE ax tnokzw evmak. CONFERENCE WITH THE MAYOR Executive Vouchsafed No Information as to Whom He Would Name as Agent-More Than One Hun dred Applicants. The regular weekly meeting of the Sil ver Bow Trades and Labor Assembly was held last evening. During the session f the committee previously appointed to confer with Mayor Davey relative to the free employment Agency reported that it had submitted to the mayor the list of names of persons indorsed by the as sembly for the position of agent, and that the city's executive had said he had about 100 other applications for the job. The mayor, said the committee, did not Intimate In the conversation whom he in tended to appoint. Delegates from the Women's Protec tive union reported that in two hotels of the city in which non-union help had been employed the girls had expressed a desire to join the union. Delegates from the Hackdrivers' union reported that in the recent strike of hackmen for more 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. — 6 January 1902

lOCKSTAIER FUN 3ENSTRELB DRAW RECORD HOUSE AT BUTTON'S GRAND. PRIMROSE NOT* WITH SHOW Rouse Sold Out Befcre Doors Opened Audience Enjoys Comedian's Refer once to Local Complications- Some of the Features. As funny and as inimitable as ever, just as witty and as droll and just as lighthearted, though carrying the whole show on his own shoulders last night, Lew Dockstader took another wrap around the hearts of his Butte friends at Button's New Grand. The premier of black-face comedians brought just as many laughs as e'er and pleased the audience as of old, out there was a noticeable lack of the pushing, stirring fun which has always cnaracterized the minstrel prince. One cause of the perceptible slowness was no doubt the fact that his partner In entertainment, George Primrose, was absent from the company, owing to the serious illness of Mrs. Primrose, who was stricken down in Spokane. It left a big gap in the bill presented and though l ddle Leonard jumped into the plantation scene wi...

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 January 1902

AhcondaNews. MAY ,NO RECS ER BOY WHO WAS BITTEN BY DOG DANGEROUSLY ILL. SUFFERING PAIN FROM WOUND Man Who Enoouraged the Dog to Bite the Hoy I. Not Known - Grave Fears for the Little Fel low's Life. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Jan. 6.-The condition of the small boy who was bitten by a dog in an East Park avenue saloon, Friday morning, as was reported by the Inter Mountain, is much worse this morning. The boy's mother resides at 518 Sast Fifth street, and last night she appeared at the police station and reported that he was suffering excruciating pain as the result of the bite; that the wound which is in the calf of the leg, had as sumed an inflamed appearance and bled profusely the greater part of the time. Saturday night and Sun day he suffered most, and screamed with pain continually. So far the officers have failed to get any track of the man who, it is said, sicked the dog on the boy and is re sponsible for his hurt. The story is that the boy went into the saloon to ...

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. — 6 January 1902

Mines and Mining. WILL SOON BE OPEN WORK AT BOSTON & MONTANA MINES TO BE RESUMED. ANACONDA READY TO START Company Began Raising Ore Last Night-Nearly All of the Large Cop per Producers Will Shortly Be Yielding Ore. The mines of the loston & Montilina Mining cottmtany are to 1w sttateI tilp again atoui the Ilth of il. month. 'Ibis information Wos given (till by General Maitger Klel t-ko Nat ut ly afternoon and Is thertfore reliable. In view of the fact that bttiteent 1Ith .itoil :OOO tutn are employed in andl about the mines of this corpor;tlion \\ieo0 ail of the plop ertles are in full blnat. the netts of the resumption will le Ialled with tielight, not only by the etpttyes, but the inter diants of Itutte anti ulemervlltr. T ae melters at groat IFalis ilre, to be started altt. Ever sitce wtilt shit-ltown repairs and improvement;s of no smritll proportions have been under way at the plant and will be inilshetd by the mid die of the month. Considerable in the way of imprtove O...

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. — 7 January 1902

, :_ ,ยป. , .fr TlE' BIFE IITER MOUN'TAIN. VOL. XXI. NO. 244 BUTTE. MOIYTANA, TUESAY EVENING. JANUARY 7, 1902. PRICE FIVB CENTS CAPTURED BY POSSE SUPPOBED MUR1D.lS.S O s8I. IFF BICO ER ER OUOGT IN. BOTH ARE BADLY FROZEN Casper Citisens Have Notion to Hang the Prisoners Who Protest Inno cence of Murder-After the Other Gang. (By Associated Press.) Casper, Wyo., Jan. 7.-Levi Bell, a member of the posse in pursuit of the murderers of Sheriff i ticker, who was killed last week, brought in Clarence Woodward and Frank H. Foote late last night. Bell and Enoch Jones were left at the Woodward ranch by the posse :o watch. Early Monday the two allegel murderers came to the ranch. They had nothing to eat and were badly frozen. The town is excited. W. E. Tubbs has been appointel sheriff and has sworn in a large number of citizens to protect the jail. The crowd attempted to secure the prisoners on the way to the jail, but were prevented. Bell had them tied and concealed In a wagon and the crowds we...

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 January 1902

ENORMOUS TRAFFIC MBEIGHT CARRYING INCREASE ' OR LA, ES DURING YEAR. - CHEAPEST IN ALL THE WORLD Zecords of Sault Canals Show Last TYear's Business Greater Than Ever Before-Canals Are Free to All Ships. (Special Correspondence.) Duluth, Minn., Jan. 7.--The trafic of L4ke Superior for the year just iassetd has been about three tlmtes that of the Suez canal for the latest period of which there are reports. The Lake Superior business, aside from coastwise inside the lake, was 28,40:3.0(65 tons. All the tramfle of Lake Superior passes throughl the three locks built by the United States and Can adlan governments, two on the American aide and one on the Cnadlanl .shol're of tih' rapids. All these I ektl are( free to ships of either flag, or of any other, but a trills leis than 10 per cent of the total bust ness was handled through the Canadian canal, on account of bad channel ap proaches upoIIn which several veaselt have met disaster. Therel has been an Increase In every item of freight cr...

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 January 1902

Mmtas's lagrst t ly, AM. 7 Cash Buying There' are two avins na cash buying. Besides the big saving In price you have the additional saVing * that comes through pay Ing* for everythihg as you get it. Ode never spends as much when buyitfg for cash as when buying on credit. You will never realize the sav ing of cash buying until you try it.- It's the modern way of doing business, and this is the modern store where It Is done. SUGAR 17 -pounds ............ ..........$1.00 TOMATOES Tomatoes, Richelleu brand; S-lb. cans. Case, $2.75; dozen, $1.40; can .................. ......19 c Fancy solid pack, eastern, extra, large cans. Case, $8.75; dozen, $1.90: can .......................17c Fine solid pack. Case $2.35; dozen, $1.20; can ......................10c SWEET CORN Thelma Brand Maine Sweet Corn is the finest ever offered in the market. If we ask 25c a can for it you would not complain about the quality. Try it and see how big a bargain we are offering you. Thelma Brand Sweet Corn. Case, $...

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 January 1902

BtY INTft MOUNTAIN Issued Every Evenlng, Except Sunday. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING CO. Address all mall to Inter Mountain Publlshing company. M. A. BERGER, Manager. I West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. fOmcial Paper of Silver Bow County and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per year, by mall. In advance...... 1.50 By carrier, per month ................l TUIOSDAY, JANUARY 7. 1902. THE IRRIGATION BILL irrigation is among the subjects to which the attention of congress will be directed within the next few weeks. Ho far the project to secure national oaid In reclaiming the arid lands of the West has been handled wisely. The friends of Irrigation have united upon a speclfc measure and all now appears to be plain sailllng. Seventeen senators and repre sentatives have joined In drafting a hdll which embodies the best ideas of the residents of arid land states. This mneas ure is now ready for Introduction anil will be presented to congress within a few days. The scheme dchided tiupon in 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. — 7 January 1902

Begin at the Eeginning and let the advent of the New Year be also the advent of a new piano in your house. You cannot be truly happy without one of these marvels of musical excellence. Prices $176 to $1000. We make the terms of payment easy. MONTANA MUSIC CO., i19 N. Main St. BLANK B00KS OffIrC SUPPLIES Big eut on as Fancy Goods and Picture Frames Montana Book Co. W. N. KLEIN, Manager 209 N. Main St., Butte, 'Phone 204 r.et, Blank. oo.osr For NJewt Year Ledgers, Journals Day Books, Diaries Files and Filing Cases Typewriter Supplies of all kinds Office Supplies at Cheaepeat Prices EVANS' BOOK STORE 1r4 N. flain St. BOOKS L Offic T Supplies 182 A Necessltls 0 Convealeaces N Time-Saving R K Filing Cabinets E CALKINS The liolophane Gias ilobe... Affords the most pleasing light in the world. The London "Lancet," the greatest English language medical authority, speaks in the very highest terms of the Holo phane globe. GAS OflIC[ 202 N. Main Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Through li...

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 January 1902

If bid The sporting department of the Inter Mountain has been flooded at different times with letters asking for tips on different fighters and with requcsts for formh on one pugilist and anothi r. The writer does not profess, after many years of experience In the press box at the ringside, to be a "dopist," If the word Is good, when It comes to giving form on any set of fighters. If it hadn't all been knocked out of him he would dope Jeffries as a sure thing in any fight talked of and transfer his former al lcglance from C'orbett and In the next fight dope McGovern to win. F"urther more he would say that Young ('orbett would whale the everlasting gameness out of Kid Parker when the two meet, as they surely will some day, though Parker outc.laisates the little chartlloun at the present time, both In weight, size and hard hitting. But this kind of dope doesn't go any more, and under most conditions individ ual opinion Isn't worth the Ink used in expressing It. This Is the why and whe...

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 January 1902

suaxss 8 a a cAx s.rms waou zassuer Assm eio's.Y LADS BATTLE FOR BUSINESS mecause of Tipsg.iven Coonection With ,Call Boxes Are Broken Bo That the Other Company rXadt Be hatronised. Rivalry among the messenger boys of !he American District Telegraph and the World service 'has resulted in a.war which is giving the police work to do. Between the managers of the two com panles the'best of feellng is said to eslst, but between the boys there is a fierce and undylng enmity growing out of the hustle for calb. This hat developed into raids by either side which are proving costly to the two companies and which, curious as It seems, is not to be controlled by them. The latest move in the messenger war is the cutting of wires connecting the call boxes and which is supposed to be done by the messengers of their par tsans. Polic AInlstaoe Asked For. *A call ibr help was sent In yesterday efternooa: to Detective Jerry Murphy who was4nformed that more wires had been cut by the boys. The officer w...

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 January 1902

FOR MANY RUfORMS .M.NlSOI0' ASSOCIATION WOULD 3BEVIZ REVENUN LAWS. TO MEET IN BUTTE THIS MONTH Many Rates of Assessment Are Not Uniform-Bank Stock to Be Raised -Assessors Will Ask for Longer Term. All the assessors of the various coun ties of Montana are getting ready to hold a big meeting in Butte on January 28, and the meeting will be of importance on account of the bus:ness which is scheduled to come before it. Assessor Daniel Brown of this county was interviewed on the subject by a representative of the Inter Mountain to day, and he outlined some of the busi ness that is expected to come before the meeting. Meeting Has Been Called. Assessor Brown Is in receipt of a letter from J. C. Sullivan, assessor of Choteau county, and a resident of Fort Benton, relating to the proposed meet Ing. Mr. Sullivan made inquiry as to the time that it would be agreeable in Mr. Brown's opinion to hold the meet ing here. A press dispatch states that the secretary of the State Assessors' as sociation...

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. — 7 January 1902

A An.cona. N JANOLE COULNCIL ItL~R ClrY .ALDrUaXMN HOLD" ..I ULAR BI-W'EUXLY CIRCUS. CHIEF TAYLOR COMPLAINED OF Western Union Wires Through the 'City Ordered Cut by Oounoil Park Site Donated by Mr. Soallon Acoepted. (Special to Inter Mountain.) R';iaconda, Jan. 7.-Last night's ses slop of the city council was prolific of a number of sensations, chief among which was the eJectment of Alderman O'Leary foth the council chamber by Chief of .pi.oe Taylor, on the orders of Mayor l)tphene. The alderman refused to obey the mandates of the executive to sit d.wn when told to do so after having beetbruled"out of order. ~OLeary insisted on talking, and the r.PMW was equally firm in his determina tin that the alderman "had his say," so theidffiiculty was finally settled as stated. 'The trouble came up when Alderman N. arose and handed a document to Ctdet Taylor, which contained, he said, t1nal charges against City Attorney wyer. The charges were not read to the cpuncil, and O'Lea y objected to t...

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 January 1902

Mines and Mining. BONANZA OF FRANK IT I$ A COAL MINE WITH A VEIN 28 FEET THICK. HUNDREDS OF TONS PER DAY Output Would Be Greater if Cars for Hauling It Could Be Obtained Product Is Free From Slate. Maynard H. Cowan has returned from a two weeks' trip throutgh the ('row's Nest coteal fields In the East Klool nail country, says the Ht4pokrlllaan-Iteaview. In his trip he vlsi ld the minetl s re'centtly opened by II. L. k'Franlk of' liite, Mtont. He says: "I was never more surl'rised in my life than when I landed at ,'rnatk, wili.h is a new to\wn on the liine' of thte ('trow's Nest Pass branch of the ('Canadia n I'a cific railway. It has taprutng into ex istence since the lopenng of the coal properties by Mr. 'ranlk, and it L is tanlr.d in his honor. When I vilited the plh,.e last May It was a virgin wildl'rnessa, but when I stepped from the train theie latst 'week I found a sulbsttatltlah village of about 300 inhabitant.s. There are 63 dwelling houses, two hot.els and a lUmn ber of sto...

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. — 8 January 1902

THE BUTTE INTER MOUNTAIN. VOL. XXI. NO. 245 BUTTE. mOONTANA, WED$IJSDAT EVENING. JANUARY 8, 1902. PRICE FIVE C.rTS . .. ., -- - - -- -- -- - WAS KILLED IN WRECK FIREMAN FRANK COWELL, WELL KNOWN ON U. P., IS DEAD. CAUGHT IN A FOG NEAR OGDEN Freight and Work Trains Collide on Rio Grands Western, Killing One and Injuring Others-Could Not Bee Through Fog. (By Associated Presr.) Salt Lake city, Jan. 8.-Freight train No. 15, on the Rio Granue Western, and a work train collided near Roy station, 10 miles south of Ogden, in the thick fog this morning. Fireman Frank Cowell of Salt Lake was instantly killed. T'he injured: James Wollwine, brakeman, fatal. J. C. McNickle, engineer, severely. J. C. Frazer, Clinton, Utah, slightly. The injured were taken to Ogden and placed in the hospital. The freight train was several hours late and it is claimed, had no knowl edge of the work train being on the main' line. The fog was so dense that the work train could not be seen un til the two trains were al...

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 January 1902

BANK IN, OI 01NT BRANC.El TO OPEN IN THE IN BULAR POllBBSIONS. NEW YORfK CLEARING HOUSE Natural Growth of Commercial and Territorial Expansion and Institu tion Necessary-Includes Orient and All America. (ry Associated Pre.s.) New York, Jan. 8.-T'he plans of the In ternational Ilanking corporation, which has been named by the president as re pository for the portion of the Chinese Indemnity due to the Pnlted States, have been explained by Gen. Thomas H. Hub bard, the president of the board of di rectors of the new corporation. He says that after the Philippine agency is established, other blranchles will he Instituted In the principal citlie of. the new Insular possessions of the United States. The ultimate purpose is that the entire Orient and South and Central America shall be compri handed by the operations of the bank. "All of this is but the natural out growth of the colnmmercial and terrLtorial expansion of the United States," con tinued General Hubbard. "HeIretofore there has ...

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