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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 22 February 1902

Ownership of a Steinway Piano indicates three things: Good judg pent G6od taste in iusic. and Financial Responsibility. Sole Agents, Musl C.f.a . BARGAINS Pictures and Frames AT COST Montana Book Co. W. H. KLEIN, Manager 209 N. Main St.. Btutte, 'Phone 294 EVANS' BOOK STORE Still at the Old Stand With new reading and writ Ing matter of all description. Office and Typewriting sup piles. Society Stationery. 114 N. Mlain St. Forty Per Cent Off "Butte Above and Below Ground." Regular Price $i.oo; and "Butte Illustrated" Containing 60 photos of under ground mining and of smelting scenes in Butte. Regular price 50c The Two Sold together 90 for ................... 9 See our south window tomorrow. CALKINS' BOOK STORE It's Worth Knowing That whenever a person once uses gas for fuel, it is never abandoned. For quick meals, for regulated cooking, you can't have a fuel equal to gas. Gas Office 202 N. flain TIE ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE RAILWAY Through Line In connection with Oregon Short ...

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. — 22 February 1902

MNILY INTRt MOINTAIN Issued Every Evening, Exoopt Sunday. Il.T .l MOUNrTAl PUBLSMINO CO. Address all mall to Inter Mountain Publlshlng oompany, M. A. BERGER, Manager, 26 West Granite Street. iButte. Mont. Offielal Paper of llverlhow county and Citr of Butte. SUDSCRIPTION T.ATES. Per year, by mulil, In ad\vance......$7.50 By carrier, per month ................. 7 S.\TIIPt.A.\Y, FEIIItI'A\I'tY 2_, 11,02. TlHIS ANNIVtRSAUY DAY. T'1 t tile .A1I:m' . in 1 ;p, " ,b Lhom :ng' to :I.l m em ori y fii' I i. li. I: l I ,' " itl i nt, I1i' ' W.h. . it .I itti . i". is 't "I1 k 1'o I tby iT " it h' ais t'' t 'h . r ll .11 . 1I the, r,! Sl]P ill tI li.' "13 , ,! "1t t; ' ,l 0 ll . ' . lu ls. If it IIay I' i i .- I I . t I h . II i t u l t I R. i ' . ;: .1 0 a tIi lir a. 'it .1 1. t h inl \ \ l ,lill ; - (loi i:- 1i1( ,* 111 .111 c O\ lit-" I[; 'I, gf II l iflt t. Ti h e '"l t r. Ii iin i hi 't y fl\h, we!,e as pl t,.ti c il s ! . h ', 'hi rt, w'r. , t hi' il 'I hi l ef-.I' t, ,IT' - .-1 ' Ll l, I...

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. — 22 February 1902

ENY AiLLRATIONS1MARTINIS MARRIlDICAStY VS. BARNARDI AWNWWS 7UalD IN 32btWm LIML rSIT AGaWer' "ra mL3). ATTORNEY ASKIS FOR $1O0000O Standard Publishing Company Skys That County Attorney trIn's Chances of lleotion Were Not ,r Uleoted by Miot Story. 'e Standard Publlshing company and Charles Copenharve have filed separate answers in the $100,000 damage suit for alleged libel brought some time ago by County Attorney Peter Brcen against tehm and J. H. Durston, C. H. Eggleston, IW. W. Walsworth and A. W. Bower. The defendant, Charles Copenharve, denies any liability in the suit on the ground that he was an employe of the Standard Publishing company when the Standard newspaper published the article which is the basis of the suit. SBay Story Not Maliolous. The publishing company diens any Ia-. bility upon a number of grounds. It al leges that the article was not malicious; denies that he article made the ulaintiff shunned by former accosilates; denies that it effected his chances of electio...

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. — 22 February 1902

ýýý.. -'"' ý ýý Gý .: ý. ,ý - , J ýý ýý ý ,Jýý al~b W lB5 im ti Thoffe who Haw the Burn) hbandll ap race claim that Nones and ('orrigan ran much better than ilonle, who finlished first, The w|inner only car:ried 98 I)pound:; as a 4-year-old, while (Iorrigan, barely S3 yearas old, c(arried 100 pounds, anlld 'Nonnes, 4 years old, carried 119 pounds, aind lwas I;eaten only by it neck. 'lh I rare gives ita gaoodt line on ('or rigan, who Is enlteret in the Amerlean derby. In the llurIns handi'ap he de feated such cracks uma (hreyfeld, Arth'u late, Ilortonl and The l"'ret tei, giving theln all welght, and as th1 distance wvas a mile and a (lllartIr, he showed that l ,;ae Iri go It route. FuIllre htting on the Allerinln dtry In the winter ,books at ,('hicago in munch mnorle nallve now than It was 111thi timel last yeaur Al hderman Thoimas (Carey, Ihe ownei or the pl)rinter, NellIe Wad dell, has inrveted $400 on his filly's c'hancil'ls, iagainst whllch lie lI h reIelved (dds of $40,000,. r ...

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. — 22 February 1902

THE INTER MOUNTAIN!S ANACONDA- DLPIARTM1NT WAS [LCIROCUT[D I 3,000 VOLTS WENT T EOUQr MILLER OWoING'S BODY. SKUJLL AND SPINE FRACTURED re Has Lain Unoonrolous at the Hos pital Since Yesterday-Death Mo mentarily Expected-He Came From Nova Bootia. (Special to Inter Moulataln.) Anaconda, Feb. 22.-Miller Olding, a lineman in the employ of the Electric Light company of this city, fell from a telegraph pole yesterday afternoon and received' fatal injuries. He was at the time trying to connect two2,000-volt wires and eyidently received thetfull force of the electricity. Two burns, one on eaclr thumb, and clear to the bone go to prove that he was electrocuted. Aside from the shock his skull and spine were fractured. He fell a distance of 22 feet, landing on his head and back. The accident occurred at the cor ner of Sixth and Elm streets, where the young man was at work connecting a transformer with a house. Earlier in the day a gang of men had been sent out together. Olding was left to com ...

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. — 22 February 1902

r MA K INS iAND MINING ýI"j 'COAL IN MONTANA ,L11 OF 0 ERGUB COUNTY ARE FULL OF IT. WAS AN INFERIOR QUALITY Depth, However, Has Determined That It Is a Splendid Article of Fuel-Many Veins to Be Opened. The coal mining Industry is yet in its Infancy In Fergus county and pIarticu larly Is this fact noticed by anyone who will visit any of the extensive col fields In the vicinity of Lewlstown, says the Argus. The demand for this ~seful pro duct has been somewhat limited here tofore owing to the fact that wood was plentiful and cheap and the surface coal was not of first-class quallty. This was the cause of a comparatively small amount of development work be ing accomplished and many coal fclds now lying almost Idle will, no doubt, he operated in the near future to thelr full capacity, owing to the lncrer-ed de mand for the coal as an article of fuel. Like all the product of partially de veloped coal fields, the coal at first in this section was an inferior article, but Is now, on penetr...

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. — 22 February 1902

~wu uw~www~ wwwwwwwwwwwwvwwwwwww ----~----------- ----- SOCIETY NEWS OFMTANA. ___________ ______ý;ENýýýýNý-iyi ENý Deer Lodge. (Speclal to Inter Mbunta*tt ;,' D.EER LODGE. Feb. 22.-Mr. and' Mrs. Joseph ,L. Coleman returned Munday night from their honey moon of some two weeks over the coast country and are now at home to their friends at Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Valiton's. C. A. Bower of Detroit, Mich., who had been on a vislt to the coast, stopped off in Deer Lodge last Sunday and was a guest of his neice, Miss Pang horn, matron of the state prison, until Monday. Charlie Parlker, who has been In Pony for some weeks, returned 'home T'ues day evening. He was accompanied by bh friend, William Mitchell, who has since thcat time been his guest. I Miss Edna Stark camne over from 1I,1 ""cena last Wednesday and is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Stark. Col. 4'homnas MoTrague returned Tues deay evening from a visit to Helena. Constable J. A. Michaud of Elliston came over Monday. He report...

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. — 22 February 1902

3'JC~7~~ 6i r. in 0rII~ t 1/ A w II ~ ~ ~ ~ I -181 j-A .~ ~*i~ All i //UECII r¶L= l West Side Shakespeare Club. Mrs. D]avid c l Tinhardt enle.rttinted the club on Tuesday night rInstetld of MIR s. Stevers, as the Iatter leaves this week for a visit and was unpl'epltarli. \While she is away Dr. liertha Mackel w.ll aIt as her substitute. The evening was devoted to William Dean Howells and ('harles Dudley Wa' mer, roll (all tbeing lnswered by qllolta tions from either. All seeied to I.e ini a sim ilar velin, the key lnote frt ' i in 'i.s.ll,, "The pecul.arity of all that calls Itself arlstocracy in Amlne('rt' that, althoullgh it looks down', other II'Ilole don't look up." Front Wa'lrner: "'The di fl'r., betw 'een ;oil nlll h oc loety IN e'v d ntf'l ; \\u bury decny itn the earth;l we ,hnl1nt iIl It the perishing; \w fIed it with offensive refuse, but not h: lig glows out oif it ttiht is not clean; it gives us back life atlnl beauty for ouitt rult,tish. Sotriety retulrns us what we give...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 22 February 1902

/ l r, . COMING ATTRACTIONS. * S BSutton's New Grand. a - February 24. 25-Modjeska-James * *f in "Henry VIII." * . February 28, March 1-"The Pin- k - cess Chic." - Union Family Theater. * ' February 23, 24, 25, 26-"The Den- * - ecr Express." *2 .- - - Margaret Theater, Anaconda. - * February 24-Daniel SBully in "The * Parish Priest." - * February 27-"The Princess Chi:." " S KILLFULLY constructed and ad mirably written, Hall Caine's great play, "The Christian," pre sented this week at Sutton's Broadway, won the approval of Butte theater goers. The play differs very materially from the book, the chief resemblance between them consisting of the influences which surround and shape the lives and des tin:es of the principal characters and In the general theme and moral., The dramatization is, however, an im provement on the story in that it has a prettier, more satisfactory denouement and is not burdened with characters not absolutely necessary to Its completeness, nor scenes which do not...

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. — 22 February 1902

{ V11 fV (i~ lllidl,4 11IIII1t 04 - '1 1For Mrs. Clark and Miss Walker. One of the prett:est afflritr that the Lenten sR.aonl h;as 4hownll ~ far was the luncheon given on last Tueskday b)y Mr'n. .'alter Lewis\ at the Thornton in honor of hMrs. Will A. Clark, who will lea\ve 0oon for ('allfornia, and Miss Nellie WValker of Salt Luke, \\ho s1 a sisler of Mrs. L.owts. The dlcolratloons were exqulsite., beingtl1 all of Catllifornia violets ad aspu rlaillgu ferns. In1 the enter of 1the tlable stood a 'anldlatal, of many branches, each hlolding fn incan'de.scent lanp, the 4entire beilg dreosmd with 4w4tter green slilken Shatdes. Arranged bhout this on a be'd of ul4splr'llgu. fevn. s and l4 smlax ere.' beautiful .'lulsters of th \,;Ilets tied with tulle ,of i c.lorrespondinhlg shade. At the (con'lhl4uion of th. Itluc(hoon these 'vwere preI'44ented to the guests 144 favorms. The n;me 1a!4r4s 41II're pl'etty ater C (4)01or Sketches of coloniaihl maids nd 4ll, v1 t lilters. Those l'presellt \...

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. — 22 February 1902

Soolety's Note Book. Master Willard Brooke will entertain iiis little friends in honor pf his fifth birthday this afternoot. Mrs. A. H. Wethey will entertain her friefids at her West Ortnite street home this evening. It will be a Martha Wash= ingiton alrl'. Miss Midge Ritdr is to entertain ~ei evening at hetr home op West G bit. , it also being a ,Washlingtd party. Miss Bessie Btevea sI' ..tI LIt 1i w ell-know n in B lutt .'is q .asoo n t soon to Wllliaia Dalley of t' Wyo. The grand anniversary ball of the Catholic Knights of Amerlca at Hiber nlnn hall last night was a great sade cess, socally and financlally. Mrs. M. L. Betaer delligtfully enter tained the Ladled' Aid society of the Fist Baptist chutirch Thursday after noon. Next Thursday evening, February 27 that delightful social organization known as the Columbia Dancing club will give another of its pleasant dances. As usual it will be held at Renshaw hall with the best of music and dancers Invitations for these dances are eage...

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. — 22 February 1902

ýp k. c -' " · 1 , 1hr 1N 1.,r i ZICK ý,`/ tcl ·CAMP }.p Y 1,. r C .. ! ý } I a s I . ... wig o 0No a 'n *JIM A : f y :.y , _ ¢ C ' ` ;¢b03 WENTY-THItEE passenger conduc Stors run into Butte from all four points of the compass-six from the Great Northern, over the Montana Central; six from the Oregon Short Line; nine from the Northern Pacific, and two from the Butte, Anaconda & Pacific, which boasts of having the smallest and most complete passenger service in the country. Six hundred miles of an almost con tinuous run is what the Great Northern conductors out of Butte cover-295 miles to Havre-two hours 'to eat and get properly turned around" as Jerry Flan nagan tersely puts it, and 295 miles back, making 590 miles for the round trip, "We easily make it 600," said one of the conductors, 'for we run around ten mile at each end getting ready." SIt Is a long and tedious run to Havre, but there is a r, markCb!e variety of scan ery on the trip which takes away a good deal of the mono...

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. — 24 February 1902

BUTTE INT MOUNTAIN ?VOL. RXX. NO. 285 BUTTE, MIONANA., AIONDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 24, 1902, / PRICE FIVB CENTS TILLMAN'S INVITATION TW! iHfE HOUt6E DINNER 4ITHDRAWN Washlngton, leb. a,.--enator Frye, president pro-tem of the senate, gave directions to the clerks of te. senate today that the names of Senators Tillman and Moaurin . 4 uth Carolina must not be called on roll calls until further notice. This fiAes the status of the senators, who are practically suspended from all senatorial functions. Senator Tillman will not acoept the decision that he is not to be allowed to vote. When the roll Is called hb will rise in his place and demand the right to vote and present a formal protest against the denial of a state the right to vote in the senate. By Associated Press.) Washington, Feb. 24.-(Bulletin). The president has withdrawn his invita tlQn extended to eSnator Tillman of South Carolina, to attend the dinner to be given tonight in honor of Prince Henry of Prussia, at the White house...

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. — 24 February 1902

ortEIA WLLCOM. MIMORIAL StRVICE MISSIONMOVMnM[MIT..ute S [EAKS RxIxNCE HENRY IS GREETED BY *7 GREAI CROWDB. SENDS MESSAGE TO PRESIDENT Representatives of the Government SPresented to His Royal High neas and Formal Calls Exchanged. (I'y A soct:ltt'ul Ir'ie-.) New York. Feb. 24.- Prin-r Illenry oif Prussia,, replesentativtt off his llroth'r, hi the emperor of (fllltlrnty., aIt the litulch- ,i ing of the latter's Amerlcan-built yarcht. reached New Yor'k and was cordially <iy e elcomed as a guest of the nation. Ti'le land batteries that guard the outer her thor Founded the first greeting lit a pon- R derlus satlute of 21 guns, the rifllles of ia special naval squadron 1emtrtihlte* in his pit honor re-echold the senltiment, tit re were verIytl greletings fron the repre- to sentatlvts of P'rc.eltent Roosevelt. the t army, navy and city of New York, and st ia crowd lined tihe wany ito tihe city to tl see and ch'er the sailor prince of (Por- w many. p The grl'at storm against whichi tihe...

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. — 24 February 1902

Matesa's tarst Grary Feb. 24 A fair Trial Is all we ask for our goods. The re sult wll please us both. You will know where to get the best grocer erles at lowest prices, and we will have gained a regular customer. The risk Is all ours, as our guaran tee, "your money back," goes with every Item you purchase it It does not suit you. Canned Vegetables We are proud of our fine line of Canned Goods. Our specialty is oud 12%c line Thelma Corn, finest you ever tasted; dozen $1.40; 2 cans.............25c Sifted Early June Peas, small, sweet and tender; dozen $1.50, 2 cans....................... 25c Richelieu Tomatoes, finest packed; dosen 2 pound cans $1.40; 2 cans ...........................25c Lima or Refugee String Beans; dozen $k40; 2 cans..............2eo Try an assorted case at $2.75. Flour Pastry Flour; sack............. .90c Fine Bread Flour; sack.........$1.10 No. 1 Hard Wheat Flour; sack.$1.25 Quaker Flour; sack............. $1.10 1Dried Fruit French Prunes, according to size: pou...

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. — 24 February 1902

DAllY INTER MOUNTAIN Issued Every Evening, Except Sunday. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLIS1IING CO. Address all mail to Inter Mountain Publishing company, M. A. BEROER, Manager, 56 West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Official Paper of Silver Bow County and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION R.ATES. Per year, by mail, in advance......57.50 By carrier, per month................ .76 MONDAY, FEB3IllARY 24, 1902. BUITE'S BUSINESS MEN. It 1) said on good iauthority Iluht the business men of Buttel intend to take a prominent part in the nomination alnd] election of the aldernmen to be chosen for ervice in the 'new city council. 'Phat nleltns i.a sudden and mullc'h-n(eed(ed iln provement in munlcipual legislation. T'he busineIss nlen oif Butte ply nmoIt of thie taxes and shouldl insist on tilhe very bRatL Inwsillile local gove,lrnmnt. Their in terest's Iatr the city's' llnterl. sts. Most of them have )ceen in Iutlte for a snore of years. They have (,ornli mst of the burdens of the t ollunlinuty. The'y llave pa...

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. — 24 February 1902

Ownership of a ( Steinway Piano indicates three things: Good judgment in buwnss. ,/ J Good taste In music. and Financial P. asponsibility. Sole Agents Montanao Music Co. Ip9 N. Plais St. Pictures and Frames AT COST Montana Book Co. W. I. KLEIN, Manager 200 N. Main St., Butte. 'Phone 204 EVANS' BOOK STORE Still at the Old Stand With new reading and writ ing matter of all description. Office and Typewriting sup-. plies. Soclety Stationery. --------M--- -- -- --- _--. 114 N. flain St. Forty Per Cent Off "Butte Above and Below Ground." Regular Price $s.oo; and "Butte Illustrated" Containing 60 photos of under ground mining and of smelting scenes in Butte. Regular price 50c The Two Sold together for .................. 9,0, See our south window tomorrow. CALKINS' BOOK STORE Better Light for Less Money If you use a Ilolophane globe with your gas. Come in and see the light. There is no light so good as gas with Hoiophane globes. For stores they are the long sought. Gas Office 202 N. tlain T...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 24 February 1902

iCiUNTY ATTORNEY BREEN SAYS SINKING FUND CANNt O BE USED TO BUILD HALL OF RECORDS, In t written opinion of the Ilw submit ted to the county comlmissioncer todaiily, County Attorney l1reen souya thut the elnkilg fund of the county rn:inot Ih, used. to build a hall of recel d.. 'The commissioners hi'rcIf.orc niike'l 1 ir. B3reen for infolntitlon .)n(.('lig the law, and the opinion is 'rndtlrc.d i 'I cor pllance with the r'i cest. After calling attinitiiin itio the differcnt provisilini of the slatulte ditflrnti g thle ui ages to vwhlch the sinking fund rutn ini put, 1Mr. Bir, n prl'ctc'eds ..s f)llo\,ws: ".i('ltioni 4,247 of lthe olltical uill t' pro Vldes 1ho\'" a certain ' mun tlll vIt :l :ll bIe raired by taxattin fnil the Ipayini'n ' of Interest on nllds ItIIt have i.I(n.I issu.lld or to hie IsRsud t1ider t he prr',\sbli of this artic le; uul also Inro\'hi,. th II tier in which, a tsun f shitl he raised sitarl cient to prov. le f l'1r !|1i, r' 'in'aptlion ~f the bonds as the 4nan1...

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. — 24 February 1902

CMINKS IN A CIUNKISTOLE IlS WOOD CIHINE BBlIm.DNT5 00C ALLE D BY T~ POLICE. THEY BOUGHT STOLEN CIGARS One of the Youths Acoused of Puck .Cigar Store Burglary Confesses to Having Bold the. Goods. This was Celestial day at the police station, and Jailer Sol Levy and Officer Patrick Lyden of the flying squadron were transformed into chief mandarins of the yellow shirt. The cause of the Chinese migration from Chinatown to the city jail was the weakening of Mr. Levy, one of the youths arrested In connection with the Ijurglary of the Puck cigar store, and his confession that some 50 boxes of cigars were sold to the Chinese tterchants in Chinatown for trifling sums. Before Detective Murphy, who Is now in St. Louis, went away, he gathered in four of the youths suspected of being im plicated In the burglary and at last suc ceeded in forcing a 'onfessihn. Seven Were Arrested. Oflh'er Lyden was detailed to go around with young Lovy and locate the Chinese Ibuyers of the stolen cigars, with the ...

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. — 24 February 1902

vý. ~ba~sI8iPi Butte Driving Association. At the oflthi ' of 1)r. '. I . Moore ihls evening a niltnhli of getntliien interest ed In good dl\t lig stock have been inl vited to mInet for the purlposec of dlslus, Ing the organization of a driving nwsoeri tlon. luchb itll-knoiVwn lovers oi hor.e fleshi as W. A. I'lark, Jr., Win. Ilemrneoll, ]harry Hlamilton, t'. L. Miller, Il)r. Me D)onald, I)r. Mctr'i gorl and others, iir ex pected to hie piesent. Arrangeiments will be madet fior the( use of the Iultt rltmli track for aftierlnoon driving and nI slasoen of ralre spu.1t Is promised,. At [Los An gels an aisso,'iilon has Ieei fti'ormed'i which Is i lll'o t surr es.s, alnd hullllnlred of trott '.rs and pacers Ia e lpeedt'd dally in tihe p'.sence t" liarg' crow lds. E11r UTer i and sll/ivtil nli t tIuI i rible Terry" considers that hr 11115 rt, covered nearly all of his lost prtsi:te. But it took the whirlrh Id lighter lI rounds tododo the trick. At this distanctte fri'ont the se it, i dioee...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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