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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 26 February 1902

T'IE 11TER OUNTAIAI'S ANA(OIDA DWARTEN COURTI Of INQUIRY CO1NSTITUTI BY POLzC OCOMMIT TEE'OF THE CITY COUNCIL. GIVE CHIEF TAYLOR HEARING Steurnagle of the Sixth, Author of the Charges, Orawfihes, and.With His Witnesses Fails to Put in an Appearance. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Feb. 26.-The investigatton of the charges of malfeasance and non fea.ance In office preferred against Chief 6f Police Taylor by Alderman Stewu nagle of the Sixth ward was taken up by the police committee of the city council yesterday afternoon at the cit! hall. The committee consists of Alder men ('ol'l s, Carriher and Steurnagle. The lattcr gentleman showed the white feather At the last moment and did not put in an appearance at the meeting. After hearing testimony for the de fense, the committee agreed to report at the next regular meeting of the city <ouncil. The charges were tihe outcome of a raid on the place of Sam Landry, which took place some time ago, and in which Aldermen Gangner and St...

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. — 26 February 1902

M ONTNA PROSPECTS ADA D 1 I .MO111L A UI LJ •II I PRODUCERS OARN[I WILL BOOM MINES TZERE NEVER LOOKED B.TTER THA N AT PRESENT. THE SIERRA IS A WONDER ,t Bids Fair to Rival the Old Nancy Hanks From Which Several Hun dred Thousand Dollars Were Taken. Edward Warren arrived in the city yesterday from Garnet, Granlite c(ounlty, where he has been entgage d in pI'rospeci't ing during the I(at four or five years. Mr. Warren says that the uarnet dis trict is again conling to the front as a mineral section and that within the next twelve months it will bh heard from. The prospctsc of the district, he says, were never so bright as they are at present. The Mlusligirodi mill Is pounding away on olre f'lirom the lied Cloud, Lead King and Itobehrt 'ln mmLtt claims, the ore veins of which are strong and rich in gold. The olre f these properties in purely a milling pl 'roposi tion, but there are etsher oIJlIn.H In the district the veins of which aenry a high grade smelting produclt. Amonilg the hit ...

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. — 27 February 1902

BUTTE INT NMOUNTAIN. C EL, XI. ,0 288 BUTTE. MONTANA, THURSDA, EVENNG. FEBRUARY 27, 1902, ýs$CE FIVB CENTS YOUNG N[5IO, STIRLING, WAS HAN5GED TODAY CONPEmsm THAT RA. WAS THE GUILTY MAN AND THAT THE OTHER S WEBR INNOCENT. BUT THE TWO MEN CONFESSED If Stirling's Statement Is True There Were Two Innocent Men Hanged for the Murder of Prof. White. (By Associated Press.) Philadelphia, Feb. 27.-Amos Sterling, a young negro, who was the accom plice of Henry Ivory and Charles Perry in the murder of Prof. Roy \Vilson, white, of the law department of the University of Pennsylvania. on the night of May 9, 1900, was hanged today in the county prison. Stirling made a confession to his spiritual advlser, claiming the sole re sponslbility for the murder of Prof. White. He said he did not know either Perry or Ivory and asserted that neither of them was with him when the crime was committed. .Ils statement is not credited by the police. Prof. White was attacked by three colored men on a dark street i...

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. — 27 February 1902

rLtMINO IS Rlti 004 XI ST3AL 8KIP8 ,IBO> B3AVERZ&D A SIL. HE HAD STOLEN FROM SHERIFF xzoiting Chase Followed the Escape, During Which Fleming Falls Either Frcm a Shot or of Fright. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Dillon, Feb. 27.-There was n exulcit ing time around the courthouse for a little while yesterday afternoon, James Fleming, a negro prisoner who was serving a 259-day sentrenle for stealing a lot of hides from Sheriff t'adley, (es caping from jail. In company with several other minor offenders Fleming was sawing wood in the jail yard. The wood teams were a the jail yard at the time and when the jailer went to let tile teams out of the jail yard Fleming took advan tage of the tepiloralrry absenc'e and de camped. It was thought at first that hi' had at'ambled ove\'r the coal bin and hald gotten out of the jail yard in thlit manner. Later it develolped that Ihet had gone into the basement of the (cort - house and had hidden undterneaith a pile 4f hides. rVatching his opport...

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. — 27 February 1902

Me.tan 's. rgstOrery ro reb. 2 Quallty and Price We don't claim to sell as cheap as any one else--we sell cheaper. That's the reason you find this store full of business all the time. We always remember "quality" as well as "price." VBUTTER. The recent cold snap has tem porarily raised the price of our "B B" Butter to 36c pound. We ex pect to be able to make a lower price in a few days. For a change why not try FRVIT BUTTER We have splendid Apple Butter, Peach Butter and Plt.tn Butter, in 2-pound cans; they are extra fine; packed In one of America's finest and cleanest canneries-Anderson' Preserving Co., Camden, N. J.-so purity and cleanliness are guaran teed you. Apple Butter, 2-pound can, worth 15c, for ..............,.......10c Peach Butter, 2-pound can, worth 16c, for .........................10c Plum Butter, 2-pound can, worth 16c, for ........................10c PRESERVES Pure fruit preserves-Strawberry, Raspberry, Blackberry, Peach, etc.-In 5-pound sealed cans, cheap at 75c e...

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. — 27 February 1902

AluLY INTR MOUNTAIN Baaued Overy Uvening, Exoept Sunday. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLIsHING CO. Address all mall to Inter Mountain Publishing company, M. A. BERGER, Manager, 21 West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Official Paper of Silver Bow County and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per year, by mail, In advance......$7.50 By carrier, per month................ .76 THIlI'RSDAY, FEIHltltAItY 27, 1902. TfIINi FPOLITICAL. Last evening In the city ounlli when the matter of appolrtio.iing the election judges for the clun:ing city crmpaign cmine up for determination, one of the aldermen nalvily suggK.ted that the democrats should have three, the re publlialnn one anlld the laibor platy one. Alderman Ev\an ventured to relimark haut the popullits hbad been overhloked, to which the nuayor replied, that he had been informned by the grandi chief of the party that "the dtmlI1r:its would suit hint all right." If the grand chihef Iefl'rred to carll les the pIopulist Ipartyl arountld in hiti v.est Iocket ...

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. — 27 February 1902

Ownership of a Steinway Piano indicates three things: Good judgment In budws.. Good taste n music, and Financial Responsibility. Sole Agents Montana i SMusic, Co. A9 N. flaln St. BARGAINS Pictures and Frames AT COST Montana Book Co. W, H. KLEIN. Manaecr 209 N. Main St., Butte. 'Phone 294 Fountain Gold Pens With Indestructible Caps Only $1.00 Waterman Ideal Pens, Par ker's Lucky Curve Pens, Ink stands of all kinds, Office sup plies, Typewriting Papers and Mineograplh Supplies. ;EVANS' BOOK STORE 124 North tlain Street, Butte. Cosmos Pictures Finest print reproductions of mas terpieces. 2,000 on consignment for 30 days. Prices 6x8...... o for 23c, so for $a.oo 1ox14.... 4 for 2sc, 20 for $.oo00 For home and school decoratlon. Better for teaching than any other half-tones in the world. CALKINS' BOOK STORE Gas for cook(in4 Is rWorth booling4 Gas for heat Can't be beat G:sj for light Isjust ri.ht. Gas Office 2o2 N. tlain THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE RAILWAY Thirough Line In connec...

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. — 27 February 1902

IION TRAD[ REVI[W .X4UACTURERS BUYING BSEEL I GERRMANY AND ENGLAND. M.ME FOEIGN STEEL NEEDED ew..Plants in Course of Construction but Only a Few of These Will Be Available This Year-Get ting Top Prices. (fly Associated Press.) Cleveland, Ohio, Feb. 27.--''he Iron Trade, revitewing the market (hnmllcns this week, siays the henavy improllvemllnt in stee(l and a further burst of activity in foundry Iron are the features of tthe( Iron market fior the w'k: The buying of steel tin errlany and Enaglald now pr9mises to grow to very (cositderahl|, proportions, in spite of recent adviehs from abroad. The IndepPlplldnt sheet mantllf'lutr..rs at tlheir meeting in PI'lshltrg last week decided to send a commlleso.lnlr to Eng land and (ler'many to bIy lisheet htar's, ntil he is now on the \wly. The amlllount (of contractl s i tanlked of will he Uloutll 40,1(001 tlonl, hlut t 1( i Is . Ileved a larger' loilange will he ieeted, deliveriesl extending o\(lve the ilnext six months. It is unldlrstood] 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. — 27 February 1902

OPINION BY BREIN SU3EKS DUBLN GULCH SHOULD KAVZ DDPUrY SHZRIWP. ONE MAY BE APPOINTED SOON Oemmissioners Haggerty and Peoples Speak th Yavor of Appointment This Htorning - Written Opiniton on Their Authority From Breen. County Attorney Breen has taken up the matter of the need of the Dublin Gulch people for better police protection. and in all probability the commissioners will authorise the appointment of an extra deputy sheriff to stand guard where trouble brews. In the opinion of Mr. Breen expresses the view that the commissioners have the power to authorize the sheriff to employ a deputy sheriff for that purpose. He also says that he believes that the sheriff would be justified in employing the deputy without the authority of the beard. .This morning both Commissioners Peo ples and Haggerty expressed a willing ness to appoint the special officer de sired. Commissioner Clark was not pres. ent, so his opinion was not secured. Mr. Haggerty said that he would only vot.' for the appoi...

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. — 27 February 1902

I' ·?CC ManIlagelr J. J. Mct'loskey has been heard fi int, indirectly. aniid hievsm In a pieck of trouble oIv(I (onilt jiiyeri hie hlas signed. lie notif etld 'Presidnt LucalSu of the PI'il(,l-Northw (st league tIh other day that he hadi slgned 1E. L. Bradley as an outitelder. I'resletlrnt Luca'-is writtes that Ilradley is ineligible to 'play ais ie was black listed for JUmpiniiig his contract(' with ll(h i)enver t;eam last seaIson. Bradley was signed by P'resdhlnt Packitrd ,1' tI hleiir and soon afterwurils JUiitpied to SLilt 14uke. Mct'loskey took a chane on hi in s he is considered a good baitrr nd11 i falir fielder anld is now trynlg lto lnducel' Packard to ionsentt to Iiradley's ie in staitemen t. The IJenver hningnaite' Is somewhertle in c.'alifnllriniu atI Isll't hIedill froml neatly as often as Butt.e heirs from Met('loskey, so thetr'. i '+nsh 'tible doubt as it) whetiher linadlty \ill pie allowed to play. McCloskey has signed live iliayer' its near as i:ni Ihe learited but ...

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. — 27 February 1902

THE I ER MOfUTAIN'S AN'A(O CONDA EPARTMNT WANT MEMBtIS5 WOODMkEN OF WORLD SIMERT ANACONDA OAMPAIGN. INITIATED 35 LAST. NIGHT Expect to Have 222 by May 1- -'A Gorgeous Banquet Planned for at the Montana Rotel at That Time. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Feb. 27.-The Woodmen of the World are putting forth strenuous efforts to increase their membershjp in Anaconda and have inaugurated a cam. paign of enthusiasm wiflch Is proving to be very successful. Last night 35 ap plications for membership were handed into the local lodge, and out of this number 19 candidates were secured by one hustling member who has a patri otic desire to see his lodge equal in miembershlp any other organization, similar in character, in the city. Hold a Banquet. Some time about May 1 it is planned ,to hold a banquet at the Yntana hotel, at which all the new members will be expected to participate. On the same evening a public installa tion will take place at the Margaret theater, on which occasion 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. — 27 February 1902

NEW f . STOSRIE MONTANA p1 ROSPECTS AND CAMPS PRODUCERS [DITH MAY CLAIM IT 18 BEING DEVELDPED BY .EV ERAL BUTTIE MEN. DRIFTING IS IN PROGRESS The Ore Shoot Is Very Promising- Several Other Properties in That c'*±,on Are Being Opened Up. The Edith May mine, siltlilted 'tear the Cora in the northeastern part of the Butte mining district, is rIepo.rted is1 coming to the front ns a ipro.luc'er of mineral. The property is under lease anlld1 bond to several Ilutte mining men, who are developing it as rapidly as possible.. The shaft was first sunk 75 fIet, at which depth the vein was ftoundI to Ibe so strong that it was d.l'citil It drift at short distance in order to d1etemine the extent of the ore blody. The rei:ilt has been very gratifying to the hes.itis. The progress of the work is lbeing watched by a nttumberl of miniLng nroni who are on the lookout for goiodI plrllr ties. The location of the groultl is itsu It that Its poesession is desiir'abl by itl most anyone engaged in the lltit...

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. — 28 February 1902

BUTTTE INTH MOUNTAIN. VOL. XXI, NO. 289 BUTTE, MONTANA, FRIDAY EVENIIG. FEBRUARY 28, 1902. PRICE FIVE CENTS Sn BURI[D IN AN AVALANtHE Of SNOW AND IC[ (By Associated Press.) Tellurlde, Colo., Reb. 28..-The mine buildings and bunkhouse of the Liberty Bell mine were completely buried under an avalanche of snow and swept to the gulches, hundreds of feet below at 7:30 o'clock this morning. At this hour (12 o'clock) it is impos sible to ascertain the number of lives lost, but It is estimated to be anywhere from 10 4o 60. The bunkhouse, which was crushed like an eggshell by the mountain of wet and frosen snow as it came tearing down the steep mountain side, was crowded with miners at the fatal moment. A few of these managed, by almost su perhuman efforts, to extricate them selves from among the broken timbers and dig their way out of the snow. Many, however, who were not killed out right, were Iraimed into a state of help lessness and carried down In the awful maelstrom of deblis, snow, ea...

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. — 28 February 1902

fltAISD BY LONO1 aLDIIRuS WKO DII0OVERD. XGUYNALDO KAVY ETU3~N!D. CAPTUR-ED HIS BODY GUARD OMoers ana Men of Company H, Twenty-second Infantry, Arrived in San Francisco on the Trans port Hancock. (By Associated Press.) Ban Francisco, Feb. 28.-Anmong the troops which arrived on the transport Hancock from Manila were Capt. George Detchemendy, Lieut, Parker Hitt and 34 enlisted men of Company H, Twenty-sec ond infantry from lJaler, Luzon, the most remote station in the Ihilippine.. It was this company of soldiers, who, after many hardships, ran down the Filipinos, carrying messages from Aguin aldo. Together with Lieut. James Taylor, Twenty-fourth infantry, they discoverAd Aguinaldo's hiding place at Palanan and furnished the necessary Information which was used by General Funston in the capture of Aguinaldo. After the capture of AguiunalJo, the.e. offers and privates captul'red nil of the Filipino troops which were with Aguin aldo last. Qaptain Detchemendy was highly praised by Secreta...

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. — 28 February 1902

MWtaea's Largest reery Feb. 28 Regular Low Prices Our regular prices are always low. When we make special prices they are generally lower than the regu lar wholesale prices; this we can do because our immense outlet enables us to purchase in almost unlimited quantities whenever these bargain chances come to us. In cash dealing you save not only on your regular purchases, hiut you share all the bargains that come our way. Try cash dealing next month. You'll never regret it. Wheat Flakes, 2 pound package, special, 3 packages ................25c Rolled Oats. Special, 8 pounds...25v H. O. Combination, a package con taining 10 packages of different breakfast foods, all for......... sc STRICTLY FRESH EGGO, every one guaranteed. Dozen......... 30 German Egg Noodles. Pound package, special ................10c Fruit Butter We have splendid Apple Butter, Peach Butter and Plutm Hutter, In 2 pound cans; they are extra fine; packed In one of America's finest and cleanest canneries - Anderson Pre...

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. — 28 February 1902

DAILY INTER MOUNTAIN istued Bvery Evening, Except Sunday. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING CO. Address all mall to Inter Mountain Publishing company, M. A. BERGER, Manager, 2 West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Oficlal Paper of Silver Bow County and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per year, by mall, in advance......$7.50 By carrier, per month................ .76 FRIDAY, FEBIlUAItY 28, 1902. A CUAPTtR IN SLNAT[ lISTORY. The encounter In the senate last week between Senliaor Tillmanti and Mc'Lalurin of Pouth Carolina recalls to the New York Sun the Incidents of the famous colloquy between Thomas H. BH1nton of Missouril nd tHenry S,. Foote of M t s.s.lplti. A .iml'ar dispulte octurrtd J ;t r, near the close of lienton's thirty y'ear'' al\vice In the st n 'lt( aiind during the Twenty-second congressH, the subject of the contioversy being ,Iacks;l t.n' \'veto of Ihe bl:I rc-c-hlrti ring the bunk of the 'nited PLates. l4enton chargedt liel;ry Clay with speItaking disrepect filly of the iprsidle...

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. — 28 February 1902

Ownership of a Steinway Piano indicates three things: Good judgment in silsu. Good taste in music, and Financial Responsibility. '. Sole Agents Montana. Music Co. 519 N. htaln St. BARGAINS Pictures and Fra.mes AT COST Montana Book Co. W. H. KLEIN, Manager 209 N. Main St., Butte, 'Phone 294 Fountain Giold Pens With lidestrUc tbl Caps Only $1.00 Waterman Ideal Pens, Par ker's Lucky Curve Pens, Ink stands of all kinds, Office sup plies, Typewriting Papers and Mineograph Supplies. EVANS' BOOK STORE 124 North Mlain Street, Butte. cosmos Pictures Finest print reproductlions of mas terpleces. 2,000 on consignment for 30 days. Prices 6x8...... o for 25c 50o for $s.oo o0x14.... 4 fcr 25c, 2o for $1.oo For home and school decoratlon. fBetter for teaching than any other half-tones in the world. CALKINS' BOOK STORE Not One Woman Who has ever cooked with gas is willing to go back to coal or wood. That is worth considerlng. Come, let us show you the ad vantages of a gas range. Gas Office 202 N. C...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 28 February 1902

PROCEEDINGS Of Silver Bow County for the Month of JANUARY, 1902. Januatry 2. Beard met pursuant to adjournment at- 10 a. m. Present--'ommiss'oners Clark, Haggerty and tPeoples, with Deputy Clerk Kennedy in attendnn:-e. Meeting called to order by ('hairman Clark. Minutes of previous meeting were read and approved. Bills appearing under this date nallow',l and ordered paid found on Page 191 of Coaniassioners' 1prtceedings. Contract and bond from Ms.. Kate Godfrey for care and maintenance of county poor was r,,elved, accepted and ordered filed. It Is hereby ordered that John Fol 'y be appointed janitor in prce of ('har:es O'Brien, resigned, the sarvices to take effect on and after January 1, 1902, at a salary not to exetre.l the sum of $100 per month, said appointment to continue at the pleasure of the bcard. Day wns spenlt in passing hills and the tlrnaclltioll or regular order of hulmi ness. 1ou d adjourned aIt 4 p. mn. Jlani ry ,1. 1o.lrd mnlt pIurs.lant to a Ilj'urnin[nt at 10 a. 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. — 28 February 1902

SALOON M[N PAY UP Z&LL BUP1T IOU 01 THE 17 Ara.laT ID 3 701E YO L mZENfs. CASES TO BE HEARD THURSDAY Stromberg-Mullins Company and Other Infuential Liquor Dealers May Oarry the Fight to Higher Courts. All but four of the saloon men ar rested for failing to pay up the mer chandise license for the privilege of sell ing cigars have either paid the license or arranged with the authorities to pay by tonight. Four of the liquor dealers have stood out against the payment, and it is thought will join in testing the validity of the collections. / The Stromberg-Mullins company h' not paid, and the firm is credited with Sthe leadership in the fight against the license. Other dealers who had not paid as yet are P. H. O'Toole & Co., Bonini Brothers, Thompson & Jones. Whether all of these have united to fight the collection has not yet been an nounced. City Attorney Lamb was asked to postpone action in the cases until next week and consented to wait until next Tuesday before beginning...

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. — 28 February 1902

-a I) K : r4* V., M14j, The neiaher,, of the lfasot hall team of the Helena high school, alccomlpanied by a largte nIuumbelir of their friends, ar rived here today to take part in the tmatch game for the chalmpionshil, which will be played in the Auditorium to night against the girls of the liutt : high school. 1Both teamsn hold records for vlctories which Insure at pretty andl hard-fought gafliie and the seating Illuailty of tlh., Auditorium is expected to le strained to aIc(ontllnlodate the attendranlc'. The line-up of the two teams will be as follow.s: Butte-('eiter, Jessile Illhkox; right forward, ina lt'roebstel; left forward, Vera Lodwidge; right guardl, Madge Brlady; left guard, Filoy l'atterson. 11l(ona -('enter, Mary Sheriff; right forward, W.\illdle Coonen'y; left forward, Esle Abrahamson; right guard, Mlaud Stgel: left gua;'(rd, Del la Ttioillos. Sublstitutles--luttsl: Lna ('ulnilana, Lottle I.eatherlyv, luftra MIlls. Ihelena Ada Gaeriii., I ;rale IBlIlriell, NttIle TuwII...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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