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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 24 February 1902

THlt INTER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA D[PARTMNT. 50 TO WASHIN5TO#N RESOLUTIONS AGAINST IMMIGRA TION OF CHINESE ADDRESSED TO SENATOR CLARK Also to Senator Gibeen and Congress man Edwards-Were Passed by Members of Lincolna e publican Club. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Feb. 24.-The set of resoluz tions adopted at the last meeting of the Lincoln Republican club, condemP Ing the efforts of some to prevent the passage of a Chinese exclusion law b Congress as a substitute to the Geary act, which is about to expire, and urg ing upon Montana's representatives in congress to use every effort within their power to secure the enactment of a law excluding the Chinese from the Unltec States and all of its possessions, have been forwarded on to Washlngtor. Sent to Washington Delegation. A copy of the resolutlons, together with a personal letter from the club wan addressed to Senators 'Clark and Gib son and Representative Edwards. The members of the' Lincoln club are unalterkbly opposed to the i...

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. — 24 February 1902

IMOTANPSA MilS AnD MINIA PRODUCER LARI1[ MINE DEAL COLUSA-PARROT BECOMES THE PROPERTY OF THE ANACONDA. DEAL INVOLVES $1,000,000 Ore Reserves in the Property Are Great, Fully $10,000,000 Net Being Blocked Out Ve:n Is 50 Feet Wide. A 'I,:al by which the ('oluFa-Parrot ' minue Ibcrnme the property of' the Ana- - conda Milling 'hcompany w;tas completeld ii in this city Saturday veninlng. The Colutan- PI'urot was ,wlneld by thie Coiuea-Pairrot compal:lny, the( stok of h which was controledh by Henator W. A. o Clark. The amrnonut iof money pali Mr. s Clark has not been made pubile, bu it 'I is believed to have b,oon inl the neigh- ' borhood of $1,000,000. Th , settlementlt of tI all suits and ciunter-Hiitl that exisltedt n between the two compansllli was;fi nIlier' to consideration. ii Richest Ore on the Hill. n The Colusa-l'arrot mine is only a fra e tional claim 300 feet long and o10 feot tt wide and developed to a dplth of about n 1t 1,000 feet. The vein of the property is about 50 fee...

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. — 25 February 1902

BUTTE INT MOUNTAIN. vOL. XXI. NO. 286 BUTTE, MONTANA, TUBSDIl EVENING. FEBRUARY 25, 1902. PRICE FIVE CENTS FOUR MEN ARE BURNED UP AT MAC[, IDAHO 'WVO T DISASTER IN THE HIS TO.RY OF THE COEUR D'ALENES LAST NIGHT. SEVERAL OTHERS MAY DIE Roarding House of Finch and Camp bell Caught on Fire in the Night --Four Men Could Not Be ;: Awakened in Time. '" (Special to Inter Mountain.) Spokane, Feb. 25.-One of the worst disasters in the history of the Coeur d'Alenes occurred last night at Mace, Idaho. Twelve men are in the hospital and the bodies of four others are in the ruins of the boarding house of the Stand ard mine, owned by Messrs Finch & Campbell of Spokane. The boarding and bunkhouses lodged about 60 men last night. A little tifter midnight flamesdburst out In the board ing house, spreading throughout the halls and shutting off all escapes except through the windows. Four men are missing. It is believed they could not be aroused in time or attempted to escape through the hallways ...

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. — 25 February 1902

MISS STNE f[L jVISItS CONOiRESS WANTS 10 fl. oUvRIM NT A iBrVEZrXBUD TSILXA STOOD IN WITH THE BRIGANDS. GETS PART OF THE RANSOM He'Was First Suspended by the Turk 'ish Authorities and It May Be That He Qau Prove His Innocence. (Fly Associlaltd Plres.) Itbston, Mass., Feb. 25.-The Amerrian board of missions latet yesterday after noon received a cablegralll front its rip reasntative, W. W. Poet, sclut from Yen Idjani, Bulgaria, saying: '"Stone's deliverance complete." The Rev. Mr. Tsllka. who, according tI, the Constantinople correslpondent of the Paris Temps, in a dispat ih nnlllunL'ing the release of Miss Stone, has ibeeni ar rested on the charge of complicity in the kidnaping of the missionary, is tlhe hus hand of Mmce. Tsllka, Miss Stone's cnt panion. Tsilka Suspected. It was announced recently that the Turkish authorities suspeclted ithel lto\'. Mr. Tsllka of complicity lln the ab.iin lion of the tllssionaries. liHe is a M.ace donlan teacher of Sainakov. Miss Stone, while traveli...

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. — 25 February 1902

M tag's largest recry Feb.25 "~~---------- --- ---- '-------- Oranges Orages are at their best right now. Don't believe we have ever had' such nice, sweet, juicy, golden oranges as we have at present. A good way to judge them is by weight-a juicy orange is always heavy Finest Naval Oranges case $3.50; % case $1.75; dozen, accordling to size, 60c, 5Oc, 40c, 30c and ...........................13, Fine juicy Lemons; dozenl.......10c Large, juicy (}rape Fruit, 3 for...23c SMOKED FISH Stlected Finnan Haddies Fat and fresh; pound .........12%c Smoked White Fish Pound ...........................17c Kippered Salmon Pound ...........................2 0c Smoked Salmon Pound ............. .............20c Smoked Bucklings Dosen ...........................25c Croman'ty Bloaters, extra fine Large fat fish, 6 for.............25 Gortons Duncanshy home-smoked Bloaters; finest ever placed on the market; 3 for ............... 25 We have quite a supply of 50 pound Coffe Cans on hand. They are free for...

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. — 25 February 1902

bAILY INTER MOUNTAIN Issued Every Evening, Ezxept Sunday. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLisHING CO. Address all mail to Inter Mountain Publihling company, M. A. BERGER, Manager, 21 West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Official Paper of Sliver Bow county and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION R:ATES. Per year, by mail, in advance...... 7.50 By carrier, per month............ .75 TI'T'ESDAY, FEIItt'AItY 25, 1902. THE POOL ROOM EVIL. The busliness men of Iluttle h<iave not waited for' the polithicl partiIs i t, Lake Ipl the pool-roonm i.i:sue. f'liley ;ai'e ill pr. said with the fact that p il.-roan gamibling is having i demllorallzing ten (lenlcy• upon young imen olli fthe citly; that it st rlously affect!s the. collectiion of mInt' chnlindlse accounlts: that it ltakes from the industrious and harld-working lllep of the commnlunity nmuch of th""*r , arn ings., \1with slimll chance of any retlrn; that the crazel for bltlig h sI ot on111y thr'ctenld the ull iof young illen ;all old, but that it has s.ilzed...

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. — 25 February 1902

Ownership of a Steinway Piano indicates three things: Good judgment in business. Good taste in music, and Financial Responsibility. Sole Agents Montana. Music Co. I1p N. Mln St. BAR.GAINS Pictures and Frames AT COST Montana Book Co. W. H. KLEIN, Manager 209 N. Main St.. Butte, 'Phone 294 EVANS' BOOK STORE Still at the Old Stand With new reading and writ ing matter of all description. Office and Typewriting sup plies. Society Stationery. ,114 N. (lain St. liverybody Wants 'Em Send to Your Friends.. "Butte Above and t00 Below Ground" $1.00 "Butte Illustrated" With Sixty Photos or Mining 50C and Smelting. S for the Two, Tor This Week Only CALKINS' BOOK STORE Better Light for Less Money If you use a HIolophan, 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. flain THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE RAILWAY Through Line In connection with Oregon Short * Line and Rio Grande Weste...

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. — 25 February 1902

M\AInST GAMBLING BUSINESS MEN'S ASSOCIATION WtO PROHIBITION OR HIGH LICENSE. 'IAS PASSED RESOLUTIONS I Wanti Poolrooms Abolished or a Lofty TaIlft Placed Upon Them- Opin ion Congeals Into Action at Meeting. The Mlltte 11usint'ss Mlien's s n .i, iI tI "ina adopted ireolhtions to Ihi' ff, '" thait it favors elthir the nbIoltl'hing or the ,high liren'l ng or the pi lii' ti p lts of the city. The resolutitons w(r' pa ,sn' at a meeting of the lVily last (evning iftier the fullest iis.ic siloi of the s.lbj, ct. The resolut lons will be pri n senl.srt to ill In order to get I a in exiiisionl if i, i ton upon them, and a1 lie city .'h i tin11 camni gagn in the i spr.in- g . i' a i rn tnti n'li e11lrl in Ithin iwill le ihla', an Issue. Tite rsolution s iart as fllo i tl "R10'slve. l, That It Is thI i',' .1''i, of the liitslinis Mi n' A.'o, 'l:it iln of the city of 1utt1 thait the pr.'mitlling of pooi.. O n, biy tIh I1u ill ritis of this lcity Is dh trinw tll tl o i ts II. rill'l. m' nli inn ...

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. — 25 February 1902

MURDER CHARE AGAINST JAMES F. HOUSE DISMISSEOt The county attorney this morning dis missed the charge of murder against James F. House, a young man who was accused of the slaying of Michael Mar phy,-who was murdered in a"mysterious way behind the Rocky Mountain saloon in the Red Light district a month or so ago. House was arrested at Great Falls and. brought here charged with the mur der of Murphy by information, four or five weeks ago. He was dismissed by Judge McClernan at the county attor ney's request today, but it is said his arrest and partial prosecution will cost his brother about $300 or $400. The reason the prosecution of House came so abruptly to an end is because it was discovered that his arrest and all the proceedings against him up to date had been had upon hearsay informatiot that proved particularly rotten and un reliable; also because the auttlritiee have reached the conclusion that th, murder was committed by another man entirely. The dismissal of the case by Judg...

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. — 25 February 1902

ýý ý Er .V ýurAS i " 11 "DuI myn"n.' iuwan was4i 4 outc4ll sse 4'laed In hs1114 fight at kilt Lak' last night with Jirnmy 1Urnsl, the Iatah heavy \'weight. Jac'k \'Wade, who was itow1\v 41n's sec14 ond, threw tiup the sp)onge after the 10th round of what .ws tho have been i 20-1round go. Burns smnashed the fleat ount1e as hie pleased and with a hard right ltipunch lit the 10th ibroke Itowanl's nlose. It '.was4 Burn's fight i all the way through )and Rowain was tibdly icut Up, bleding lpro ftusely. Itowan won praise for his gnann'l'ss, hbut could not Imake headway aginsll the Utah nan. , \hose body he tried to huini menir unsuceslsxfully.II After the deci4sion 1 Mexhnll 'tPe4 Everitt brloke out ofi4 jail lollg enlough to clhallenge l1uris for anolher mill, which 'wais accepte]d. "Denver Ed" Martin gailnd a delosit.n over" Fr.ank ('hilils Int' C)hhligo 4st4 :ilght It was a six-Irountid go and frill four' rounds Mallddenl's co.ln 1Iu1 the ll:45)lo)don to the bad. It's the lstioy inow t...

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. — 25 February 1902

THE IINT[ MOUNTAIN'S AHA(ONDI DIPA RTBlEN UNTERRIFIED MET DECIDE UPON A DATE FOR THE CITY PRIMARIES. CONVENTION ON MARCH 24 Six Aldermanic Candidates to Be Named Then-Dennis O'Leary Still the Leader of His Party. ' (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Feb. 25.-Once more the un terrified are getting ready for a city cam paign and likewise another druobing at the hands of republican voters of Ana conda. The democratic central committee held a council of war last night in the office of Justice Frank Kennedy and among 6ther .things done was the fixing of dates for the holding of the primaries, cau cuses and a city convention for alder mnen. Unless plans are changed the caucuses will be held on Friday, March 21, at 8 p. rn.; the primaries on Saturday, March 22, from 4 to 8 p. m. ind the convention .will be held at the city hall on Monday afternoon, March 24, at 2:30 o'clock. According to the apportionment agreed upon by the committee the convention will consist of 60 delegates all told...

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. — 25 February 1902

N.E~S O STORIES 0 MONTANA P ROSPECTS AND KZIJS NIO[AD N IC CMPS ARDCR STRUCK $80 ROCK WHAT BUTTE MEN MISSED IN THE PONY DISTRICT. HAD A BOND ON THE PROPERTY Allowed It to Go by Default-~iThe, Owners Resumed Work and Opened Up a New Shoot in a Drift. A new strike of three feet of $80 ore was made this week in the cast drift on the 50 foot level of the Mountain Meadow mine, says the Pony Sentinel. 'This prop erty has been developed to the water level by a shaft and considerable ship ping ore taken out during the past. It was recently bonded to liutte parties for $30,000, but they failed to conle to taw and the property reverted to the owners, Cliff McKittrictk and lion. E. S. Adkins, This strike places the Mountain Meadow in the front rank with the big ,mines In this district. 'iThe owners are delighted with the splendid showing and the fact that the bond was lnot taken up. A new hoist and tutnp wiltl ie ilstallcd at once atnd the shaft sunik to lower levels. The Mountain Meadow lies ...

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. — 26 February 1902

BUTTTE INTR MOUNTAIN. -VIL, X1J, NOG 287 BUTTE, MONTANA, WEDNRESAi EVENING. FEBRUARY 26, 1902, PRICE FIVE CENTS WHOLE FAMILY ARE MURDERED SIx PEOPLE KIL.,1 D AND PItED UP IN ONE E"P NEAR WELCH, LOUISIANA. NO MOTIVE FOR THE CRIME Evidence Goes to Show That It Was Prearranged Plot But That the Pa3i ily Were Surprised at the Usual Daily Avocation. (By Associated Press.) Welch, La., Feb. 26.--Business has been suspended in this little town. The murder of six member, of the Earl family has cast an influence over the whole community which makes the or dinary affairs of life impossible. The body of L. S. Earl, father of the murdered boys, was found in a ditch near his home, with the throat cut and the body far gone In putrefaction. There is every evidence' that the murders were committed as part of a prearranged plot. The home of Ward Earl, three miles from here, was some distance from that of the father. The evidence goes to show that Ward Earl was first murdered and then his family were ...

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. — 26 February 1902

SIRE HIURRIAN[ F1S orF GR~AT LO8U 0r LI.E ALONG PAOIFWC COAST. DAMAGE DONE IN THE CITY Wind Blew With Great Velocity Off " Point Reyes-Transport Solace Broke Loose From Her Moorings and Was Nearly Wrecked. (By Assoclated Pres:;.) Sun Francisco, Feb. 26.-O(ne of the heaviest southwest stoisl.i that has Irbeen experienced In many years struck this city this mornlng. The \ind attained i great velocity, blowing 45 miles on hour in the city, while at I'oint Ileyes it reached 60 miles at 7:30 o',lock. Ships dragged their anchors or tItok'. thlleir moorings at their docks; a fishin:ig bItat was capsized, the telephone and elt'tllt'ie light wires were down anid awn\Vings, shade trees and fences l'ere wrecked,,ti and pedestrians were greatly inolln venienced. Telegraphic communiution \ith tlhe outside world was cut off. Thl'e full for.e of the storm was felt on the bay and the bar was so rough that vessels were 1ti1 able to leave port. North of the 'ferries, craft of all sorts were tossed ab...

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. — 26 February 1902

M taus's larestarocery rfb. 26 Srahges Oranges are at their best right now. Don't believe we have ever had such nice, sweet, juicy, golden oranges as we have at present. A good way to judge them is by weight-a juicy orange is always heavy Finest Naval Oranges case $1.60; % case $1.76; dosen, according to size, 60c, 60c, 40c, 80c and........................... Fine juicy Lemons; dozen....... 10 Large, juicy G.ape Fruit, 3 for...2.5c SMOKED FISH Selected Finnan Haddles Fat and fresh; pound......... 12%c Smoked White Fish Pound .........................1ic Kippered Salmon Pound ......................;....20c Smoked Salmon Pound ...........................20c Smoked Bucklings Dozen ...........................25c Croamarty Bloaters, extra fine Large fat fish, 6 for.............25c Gortons Duncanshy home-smoked Bloaters; finest ever placed on the market; 3 for..............23c PRBB We have quite a supply of 50 pound Coffee Cans on hand. They are free for the asking. CANNED VEGETABLES Thel...

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. — 26 February 1902

DAILY INTER MOUNTAIN Sued ." very Evening, Exoept unda7. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHIING CO. Address all mail to Inter Mountain Publishing company, M. A. BERGER, Manager, - West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Ofnclal Paper of Bliver Bow county and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per year, by mall, in advance...... $7.50 By carrier, per month................ .71 WEVDNESDAY, FEBRIUARY 26, 1902. TILE POOL-ROOM ISSUi. There Is a dlstinct note of defiance In the Interviews of the, pool-roomn pro prieto: s respecting the crusad. begun rby the Businers Men's asor.lntlon for the suppression of pool-roim gamh'ing. The answer of the pool-rr.omn men re lates largely to the bunslnesl aspects of the controversy. The moral side of the ue sation they entirely overlook. Yesterday and today a petition was in circulation among the merchants and hIouseholders of Butte, :cilling upon theu city council for decisive action In line with the demands of the Iasinesa men. When that ipttitlon Fhall be lir'enHteid...

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. — 26 February 1902

Ownersahip of a Steinway Piano indicates three things:' Good judgment in bi ,am•s. Good tdste Smmik,. and o Financial Responsiblity Sole Agents Montana Music Co. . asp N. ala St. BAR.GAINS Pictures and Frames AT COST Montana Book Co. W. H. KLEIN. Manager 200 N. Main St.. Butte. 'Phone 294 EVANS' BOOK STORE Still at the Old Stand With new reading and writ Ing matter of all description. Office and Typewriting sup plies. Society Stationery. 114 N. ('lain St. "Butte Above and Below Ground" One Dollar "Butte Illustrated"--60 photos of Mining and Smelting in Butte Fifty Cents The Two Together This Week Only Ninety Ots. CALKINS' BOOK STORE The Course of True Love Will run much smoother where there is a gas range for the wife to cook on than wher9 she has to split kindling, draw ashes and hWi coal or wood from the cellar. The gas range is the only real modern cook Ing affair. Gas Office 202 N. Ilain THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE RAILWAY Through Line In connection with Oregon Short Lin...

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. — 26 February 1902

W'USLICANS MEtT OtAIRAN PAYNE PRESENTS SILL ON REoPROCITY. AEI(URNS WITHOUT ACTION anrsentative Tawney of Minnesota Prhsented a Substitute and After a Thorough Discussion the Whole Matter Went Over. (By Associated P'ress.) Washington, Feb. 26.-The republlcan unemblers of the house met in ieadeus at 8:15 o'clock to conlider the question of reeiprocity, the republican membrlhers of the ways anlld mneans commIttee hlvilng reached anll greetlllnt to granit t'ciproc. ity conceasions. There was an unusually large attend anfe|, about 125 members bing present. Mr. Cainnon was chairman. Chairman Payne of the a\1 ys and mtIans citInnlilttre ipresented n 1blit on Ithe lne aulthllorlze(ld y the reItlbil'Iln Illen hers of the colllmmitt'ee, as follows: '"Thbt for the purlpose of eu(lalizinlg the trade of the l!niled States with (.'utln the I(resldent Is hereby aulholriz(ld as. soon as may hIe after the imtall ishment of an indepen lent gly.overnmetnt inll '111u and the ennetnw byt cyhd governmt ...

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. — 26 February 1902

ItIC TO M ET TOWNSITLIUI IS UrIi, LD SIa AS AGAINST LODE TITLE IN VEOPONM UNIONIZING COAUVBS WILL BE AT FINLANDER HALL ?Ptrolmen Will Be Asked to Get To gether and Disous Best Methods of lecuring Night-Hour Work Day. Members of the police department of tButte are going ahead with the organiza tion of a,policemen's union. The first meeting has been arranged for tomorrow meeting some time early next week. Arrangements were made today to se cure Finlander hall for the meeting place o~ the policemen. The plan meets with the approval oC the majority of the officers, and it is understood that Mayor Davey sanctions the movement for an eight-hour shift, though he declines to be interviewed on the possibilities of a strike to settle the question. Trades Council May Oppose. One of the main points to be argued by the proposed unionists will be the application for representation in the Sil ver Bow Trades and Labor assembly. It is likely that there will be some opplosi tlon among the delegates o...

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. — 26 February 1902

'4e .lm i-Wn.Ta/r .¸. • tu r ý ý , -. ý ý ýýF Jack ('lifford hai one of those had, bad beatings in store for himself-If he is able to get hold of the money to post as a side bet in a fight with Jack Wade. In a letter to the sporting editor of the Int.'r Mounta!n, the Montana champion "This man Clifford is just as he was in Butte, a hot air bag. but he is will ing to take a chance with me providing he catn do as I insist-that is procure a ;O00, or more, side bet, which he says he carl do. lie won his last fight and Is all swelled up. I'll take that swelling out it we meet, which looks probableo now. Your little friend, Jack W ade." Kansas City, Mo., Feb. 26.-Tommy Ryan defeated "Australian" Tim Mur phy last night in a one-sidcd Contest, which ended in the ninth round. Murphy nmade a poor showing and allo.\ed himllself to be counted out to escape further punishment. The bout was scheduled for 10 rounds. New York, Fel,. 2G.-Members of the Ftrooktyn IBaseball club have been notl fled ti...

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