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

Mon-ta's lar estiecs ry Mar. Easily Made The money you save by traglnK here is made with.hardly an ef fort on your part--it's just like finding it. It's far more satisfactory and cheaper to pay cash than to deal on credit. It's to your interest to try it. to our interest to serve you nell notice our prices. Fresh Eggs Strictly fresh eggs-every one guaranteed dozen .............0c Sugar finest Granula'led Sugar i8%/2 Pounds $1.00 Flavoring Extracts We are overstocked on large sized bottles of lemon and vanilla it's economy to buy the large sizes any time-it's doubly economical to buy them now. Gillett's vanilla extract, guaranteed as fine as any 8 oz. bottle, regu lar 75c; speciau l.................50c Oillett's lemon extract, guaranteed as fine as any 8 oz. bottle, regl lar $1.25; special.... ........ 7 Smoked Bloaters Extra large fat smloked ('romarty bloaters; special, dozen, 3Ic: . for ............................10 Fruit Butter Pure fruit and Slp(ces-they're delicious. Apple but...

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. — 3 March 1902

DAILY INTER MOUNTAIN msted Every Evening, Except Sundaj. ItiTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHIN CO. Address all mail to Inter Mountain Publishing company, M. A. BERGER, Manager, a26 West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Omicial Paper of Silver I1ow county and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per year, by mall, in advance...... 7.50 By carrier, per month............... .7 MONDAY, MAIt'H :3, 1902. NEW SENATE RULES. A question has arisen in the s.nate which relates to the powers of the pre siding ofnlcer. It is denhed that he he has the right to suspend a senator avtilI thus take away the represenltation ,of a isttl,. This is only one of the v\'oexd probllnms arising from the recent fist.liiffs IIro (clitatead by Tl'lman. \\'hit the senlte is ciompioseid of level-headled ml, linltet rs whose only desire is properly to re-ll' sent their stnates, there will be no qutis tion of this kind lto ' tlle. The extra ordinary offense which Tinllman com mitted calls for extralordinalltry mllllannH of ,protec.tin...

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. — 3 March 1902

Ownership of a Steinway Piano indicates three things: Good judgment Good taste In music, and Financial Responsibility. Sole Agents Montana Music Co. rsp N. flain St BARGAINS Pictures &nd Frames AT COST Montana Book Co. W. H. KLEIN, Manager 209 N. Main St., Bautte, 'Phone 294 Fountain (iold Pens With Indestructible Caps Only $1.00 Waterman Idleal Pens, Par ker's Lucky Curve Pens, Ink stands of all kinds, Office sup plies, Typewriting Papers and M'incograph Supplies. EVANS' BOOK STORE 524 North flain Street, Butte. eosmos Pictures Finest print reproductions of mas terpieces. 2,000 on consignment for 30 days. Prices 6x8...... o for 25c, 3o for $1.oo oxl4.... 4 fcr 25c, o20 for $5.oo For home and school decoIratlon. Better 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. Plain TIHE...

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. — 3 March 1902

* N ALXIS CAMI r 1NTON MO0Bw E TELLS OF ERECEP Sr1ON TO THE OGLaD DUKE. I EWAS A JOLLY GOOD FELLOW Dartmouth Students Serenaded Their 'tIstinguished Guest and Gave Him a Touch of American Hospitality. "About th'rty yrcli's ago we were, having the smnle kliit of excitemenint as. Prince Henry Is lreatling todal;y," sll Clinton iI. Molore, dlieputy collect,'or of internal reven ue, this iornintling. "It 'Wl4S the oc(ca.lon of the visit of the Grand Duke Alexis of Ilus.-ai, wh was being wined anld lldin d, anl who, being an all-round o, l fel:o,.v, kniew how to hob-nob \\ ih Ie.,ollorel. y .inI throw aside the rporenlI inlll ielIeutlstier, of royally where al manlt is ai rin'e' a" long ias he behave\'s himlrclilf. "I halppen to have a very vivid Ior'Il let iton of the vist of the gritnl duke, as I wts one (if ii piIrty of haplpy howlil Ing college boys who ec tiuglh hlimi h'. lit-t le.son in the gloriouls I:rcI liege of being Independent in Amerlia. "I wass in my sophonlth o ( i'c yer: ...

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. — 3 March 1902

!ATI[NTS BARRED r8OM OS05ITAL BY ORDER TO COUN TY BOARO OF HEALTH RESULT Of COUNCIL'S REC[NT ACTION There is a war on between the county and city authorities concerning the care of smallpox patients. The flat has gone forth from the county com missioners and Superintendent of .he Poor Crossman to the effect that the city shall no longer be allowed to use the pesthouse; that the county will care for no more smallpox patients in the city excepting paupers, and will provide no more quarantined people with provisions upon which to live while cooped up by the city physician. The Rublcfd was crossed this morning when the county commissioners 'refused to honor a requisition made upon them and the superintendent of the poor to provide the family of Mrs. O'Brien, quarantined at 1007 Wjukesha street, on account of smallpox with the necessaries of life. A messenger from the city physliclan appeared at the courthouse with a note from the doctor, asking the county authorities to issue an order f...

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. — 3 March 1902

.rrn r,. - ' OI S vL i rP lrug edi t,,r Pf th, llts. M mlllllillnll, \ii:t ,t ger J,. . . .l.l'lo.-ky saiys h. is Imakin. goiill i progress Iln s',:riii jlt1 3 ;I'ayors il4 l ViI llsill) hI' r llelFlny t l t I l tll l a i4 -'lll (Inlt 1 tl . l11 atir t iPf pl:5.8 is, il t that i litnt of thi, I' I i k"+pint g ltI'k for it lni . "I ati g.ilng Wli , Vtitls h'', "as I doh't III care It eXIip rimlI't or sign pIhayiv r; in a hurtIlry tlhll Ihin Ihavl vr ti It Iham'i gol ilt " l l l, ii."his t' it foll'I' Iin do int th' plas. I 'iii I n ylig tit -ttgagII ' Ia a hIta of shlg'gets 11lt t 'he I to IC who t ill hat ine th,, p.-,'llh til." M1 ltl'Il sk.. y ht:a, :ignlld E. L. Bl adley, ias lnot'l l I t.tl l t wIeltk In th.ese co une s, billt i ti ling is l nowll asi. to vhetih er h. ,ih s iut . ., ,'It In ra-l'noving the lhin kllst pji t ',1 thel fI'll -.l' great slutl:. glr y Dl ',io'r. It is thiughtt tli lit 11' sort oif .a deal has hl ,n bl + I' \] lre y Hullst , celI hold lraltley. It i ls...

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. — 3 March 1902

THE INT!R MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA D[IARTN[NT CITY DADS MEET iI IN IMPORTANT SIESION OF OOUN- 1 OIL TONIGHT. QUESTION OF O'LEARY'S SEAT Sixth Ward Alderman Having Re moved From the City the Aldermen May Refuse to Allow Him to Participate in Council. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda. March 3.-Tonight the city council will meet, A large amount of business is to come up for consideratlon. Several ordinances referred to the ju diciary committee at the last meeting, are to be reported back to the council and in all probability will be passed. One of these ordinances provides ways and means for maintaining order in the uocial evil district, the ordinance now in force being decidedly defective. Another ordinance to come up for pas sage fixes a penalty for the disturbance of the peace In any public building, hall or house of religious worship. This ordinance also has a. provision 'which fixes a penalty for an assault made by one person upon another in any public assemblage and also imposes ...

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. — 3 March 1902

NEWS OF STORIES OF M NTANA PROSPECTS AND CAMPS PRODUCERS SEVERAL ARE BEING RAPIDLY DEVELOPED. THE GOOD NIGHT AND BELVIA J. W. Beam and FrAnk Fuller, the Owners, Think They Have in Them a Good Cyanide Proposition. The Glood Night annd the lI.tlvin, two promising cyalnide , 1inlms in the ('one, Butte district, at being tholroughly dIe veloped by J. WV. lilinm and frank l u lI ler, the disc'ovrelrs and onti rs of thf e properties, slays the Ferguis 'olllltyo Ar gus. The prospectsl. are atdji, nlt io fille Gles ilnims and t sai pls taiillll I ra:Ln don frol tihem riun flromin $1.20 to $.2120 pcr ton In gold. North MoccaEin Properties. Four piromlising ,cu:iis adjllilning the J. T. In the North MoiaJ siiniing dis trict are belving devt'eloed ina vi ry . tis factory by iessrs. Wi\'t and de llll , I w'ho are now operating thet plop. ray, andl various assays atlready oitaitoild glliariln tee good results. The ticlims are oill'ied' respectitvely, tllhe Il; \ 'y, Iu lc ,;s. r, TWeVver andt th...

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. — 4 March 1902

SBUTTE INTER MOUNTAIN. VOL. XXI. NO 292 BUTTE. MONTANA, TUESDAY EVENING. MARCH 4, 1902,, PRICE FIVE CENTS PRINCE HENRY. SAW CHICAGO BY LAMPLIGHT I ATO TAXES A TUrN AROUPND CITY TODAY ACOOXPARNID DY BEGULA3 Ia'AF. MEETS MINNESOTA DELEGATION He Is Received With Great Courtesy by the People Along His Route Through the City - Replies to Governor Van Sant. (By Associated Press.) Chicago March 4. - The Chicago which Prince Henry of Prussia saw last night by the glare of many lights was presented to him today by the clear er light of the sun. The welcome which he received last night was repeated and emphasized and he was given further opportunity to enjoy his expressed desire of meeting American citizens at close range. During the day he listened to an ad dress from the Central bund of St. Paul, placed a wreath on the Lincoln monument th Lincoln park and enjoyed a luncheon and receotion at the tC.r mania club. The prince, contrary to expectation, rose early. But he was no more energetic th...

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. — 4 March 1902

RURAL D[LIV[RY !. LOUD OF oALIFORNIA EX PLAINS THE NEW BILL. WILL PREVENT STAR ROUTES Claimed That tae Present Plan Is Bet 'ter Than the Contract System Fear Building Up a Political Machine-No Quorum. (By Associlated I'Presa.) 9Vasl:)ngton, March 4.--The house yes terday began ,constleratlon of tlht bill to clasltfy the rural free dtelv'ery nr \lte and place the carriers un(der the' cotrlllat' system. Only two speeche.s wetre delivered. Mr. Loud of California. chairaran of the' conm nalttee on lpostofllicts ardl Ipost roaids, mande the opening argtument In favo'r of the bill, speaking for two and a half hours. Mr. Swanson of Virginlla led the' opposltlon. The debale was Interrupted before th (.lonse of the session by thire pta lltnlntito of the conference repolrt t uponi tlh'. I'ltl] Ippine tariff bill. Mr. Payne, th-. mn jority lc.t'l'r, declineld to allow the miner fty more' than 30 nlainutls ilt whthlh ht discuss the report and this offt r \'aiis rejected. A filibuster was starlt...

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. — 4 March 1902

Mo!taua'sargut Grorry Mr. 4 Smoked White Fish A fine lunch can be male ,with the kind of smoked whitefish we have now--they are ready to use smoked just right-fine flavored white and oily. Stroked Whitefish, s-ec.ial: pound ........................ific. Fresh Bucklings, dozen ........250 Smoked_ Bloaters, reguh'.r 50c; special, per dozen .... :........35c Salt Salmon. pound ...... ......10e Salt Salmon bellies, pound .... 12%V Black Codfish (to tailed brc.ause of of its dark skin). This fish is found only on the western coast and is far superior to any ('od flh you have ever tasted. Select ed pieres, In brine, pound, 12%c: boneless, l.ound bricks ........ t1 Sugar Finest Granulated 'ugar, 18IH pounds .......... ........ ....$1.00 Fresh Eggs Strictly Fresh Eggs, dozen .....30c Flour Fine Bread Flour, sack ......$1.10 High Patent Flour, sack ......$1.25 Quaker Flour, every sack gulnran teed to pleaFe or money re funded in full, even If you have used a baking. Per I10, $2.75; sack .......

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. — 4 March 1902

O AILY INTER MOUNTAIN iSIGed every Evening, Except Sunda7. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLIShING CO. Address all mall to Inter Mountain Publishing company, M. A. BERGER, Manager, 26 West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Omclal Paper of Silver Row county and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per year, by mall, In advance...... $7.60 By carrier, per month.............. .76 TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1902. THE SCHOOLS. The following coln( 'ill aihltion 1 Ixlaiins itself: To the Inter Mountain- In an editorial Jn a r,(,ecent ,n.su,, of the Jnter Mtountain attelntfon i callied to the fact that within a few days :ne term of It majority of the preisent ,.-ihotl ttboardl will expire. It is unfortunliate that Mu(lch 11 the 1a1e and th1it tltiir te'min 14hiluht Isnot last during the hIulilg ut, I' our publ( ' scilhool systilm, 14v ,qil4ee thi'y lha V' been In oifllhe( they lnv', with the ais istulnce'' of aIn Iable , 1 r1(11e.l'll n111 l t.4lt brol'ght thlle RscthoolN to s ondilltiotl whiich ,"ill conipare favorably...

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. — 4 March 1902

Ownership of a Steinway Piano indicates three things: Good judgment in budi.. Good taste In music, and Financial Responsibility. Sole Agents Montan.. Music Co. 1p9 N. Rlain St. BARGAINS Pictures end Frames AT COST Montana Book Co. W. H. KLEIN. Manager 209 N. Main St.. Butte, 'Phone 294 Fountain (iold 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 Mineograph Supplies. EVANS' BOOK STORE 124 North flaln Street, Butte. 4 eosmos Pictures Finest print reproductions of mas terpieces. 2,000 on consignment for 30 days. Prices 6x8...... o for 2sc, So for $1.oo iox4..... 4 for 25c, 20 for S$.oo For home and school ddcration. Better for teaching than any other half-tones in thie world. CALKINS' BOOK STORE Have You Seen Gas with the Holophane Globe? It is the prettiest light in the world, and The Cheapest Gas Office 202 N. flain THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE RAILWAY Through Line In ...

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. — 4 March 1902

r3WHEN THE SHEARS GET GAY (C~plints from the State Press.) eraswmrnnwwwwrne~awwmrarwn[w The Athletic Girl. \\ (1illlngs News.) ,;.What, has It cometn to this, that the girls of 131litrgs, schoo:l girls who are not supposed to trouble tht It' pretty li1tle heads with anytihng more serious than a proptier intere-t in the three It's, are to set the p. tye for their' e l ir sisters and big bhothr r.? Julal think of it! A ''"(l is' Athletic ..t oelatlon," tom Tised of school gltisi. who ihe'le, .' that some of tlhe tnllte n givien o'ver' tt iun tying maithtimati(iat kniot llt(] so!v\ing gramnimtlllt pt 'llzzles t Ill5 'ii t be(' tiott' profitably devt''ote'd to aquirling the skill, grale and stre'ngth that b lnlg io.ly to the tr'aille :Ith'tt(e! But the itllllngs yotnlllgteii arlie( pro gl'i's e,. anld In s..i log their muscllle making prp.)l g.tt.llt li t y ilt' settillg an example that lilcht Ie follov,, tl witlh profit by their (1 l r, l relatives. (loo~d health l' tun invtst.nenl t t...

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. — 4 March 1902

IT WILLBE PERMANENT TTHIS TIME PROF, L .R. FOOTE,. PRESIDENT Y. M. C, A. After several ineffectual attempts at organization, the Young Men's Chris tlan association has made another effort, this time under more favorable circumstances, however. The association has secured two commodious rooms in the GColdberg bulld ing, where magasines and general literature may be had by the members and where strangers in the city may find a cordial welcome. Met Last Night. A gentleman who has taken an active part In the reorganization said this morning: "We made our previous mistakes in attempting too much, but I trust we have profited by the experience, and for the present we intend to be satisfied with quiet, comfortable quarters, where members can read or write and find some place to spend the leisure hours away from the many temptations which beset the paths of the young man who has too much time on his hands. "We expect that after a while we shall be able to spread out a little, and have a gym...

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. — 4 March 1902

dl. IP -- - ---- (. i'W hat it dliffr'l ln. " ht4 r. Ik; 1hltve 11 Ih, manly talk lput lpl "Y' oung" 'o 'lr It and the vindlictlive, dto-g n-lIthe-nl:ig,* screed of M (Illv( l'rn 4 a4ll his ltilllot. l'. fSam haris. lieei is l'4r4 l, t tll 114ii t\ w onl the l making of th" ' Il ti h wit i, "I have want.i to get ; tight otn w14h fsomebody for quite a i hille, and abovel everything :Ind ev,\lryIbody .,h I hllm. wanted It make this with .. ,vo11 evrn. One reason, of ,.04l , 4i1.1 th t Ili woult be molire llmoney in it I tan ii n anyone else. "I have only aslled wh : il 1 was V i e I. 1 to. ý lt'.overn ani d ll141 lia s hat. , l It of money atnd I hlave on4lti 'art illv'ly lIIt tile, but that dtoes not figlure in I i.',, N1o (one will h1'ar 4' le making e'X',.n<' should this light 4go agl:tlilst meii. I ilk. that (4del 'hration now, ii 11.l 1 11i tll Ith' earnestnless poss4hbt. "I have not dot.e. any lallI.ing i 4r.4 t fore, and I tdo not intind ti ft'ironi noIw4 on4, Anylhodiy els4...

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. — 4 March 1902

TNE IfTER1 MOUIINTAIN'S ANACONDA DIEARTI1 HT CON VRTERS STOl ONE OF THE LaGEE FLUES CAVED IN FOR 150 FEIET. CARRIES SMOKE TO HILL TOP Work Repairing Damage Begun Im mediately-Largest Shut Down of Converters in Years. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, March 4.-Yesterday after noon 150 feet of the flue extending from the old converters to the top of the ad jacent hill from which the smoke stack rises, caved in and as a result it was necessary to shut the converters down until such a time as the flue can be re paired. The work was begun immediately and, will, no doubt, be completed within a ,few days but it will he the longest shut down of the converters in years. There are from every department of the old works long flues built to the tops of the hills Immediately north of the smelters. The smoke Is carried through these to the smokestack proper which limes a great distance from the summit of the mountain. It was one of the conducting flues that caved in and caused the shut dow. ...

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. — 4 March 1902

NEWS OF STORIES ON M 0 NTANA PROSPECTS AND E l] fiNU iPRD oDIUCEIS~ A PONY PRODUCE[ THE PAN-AMERICAN IS PANNING OUT ALL RiGHT. TWO LARGE SHIPMENTS MADE Last One Netted the Owners Nearly 93,000-More Men Like James Ervin Needed in the Di tr!ct. Judge .Macfadden arrived M. lnday w%;ih the returns on a carloado or ore frolll I Pan-Amerian nuin., whiche hlie all .1 M. Ervin have under leIase and I.!, says the Pony Sentinel. As. sturliii.dii last week, it wasci a very rich icir alnd shows what caIn e , done by cmining knowledge and good mcnarele.ntili. 'T'Ijc. mine has been opened up fc r a Il1{ timne and worked In a haphl,xdan l I i,ti ion, small amounts of ore Iccctlg il:cI; n out at times. When these ,boys t ,k hold they went to mining cIand 11 r, suit proves itself. Second Shipment of Ore. This Is the second big iclhlliicnll, I'tI besides taking out the. ore it c grcl d.;l of dead work hias 1been d.nlln ci al mine made out of a iprospe I . We nei. . more such mecn as JImn 1rc Ir)i in1...

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. — 5 March 1902

BUTTE INTER MOUNTA. N. VOL. XXI. NO 293 BUTTE. MONTANA. WEDNESbAY EVENING. MARCH 5, 1902. PRICE PIVE CENTS R[CEIVES MANY BOUQUETS ON IISTRIP [AST PBRINCE NGEY WAS TOO WEARY TO 8NOW EIM.ELP REPOE0 REAGIING OLVEZXAND. WAS TOO HOARSE FOR SPEECH Railroad People Pear That the Storm May Delay the Prinoe's Train Seemed Glad to Meet an Old bervant. (By Associated Press.) Cleveland, March 6.-Prince Henry was too tired to appear for any of the re ceptions informally tendered to hini by the cities through which he passed ear!y this morning in Northwestern Ohio un til his arrival in Cleveland at 9:10. His train, which left Milwaukee :at 10:10 o'clock last night, was transferred at Chicago shortly after midnight to the tracks of the Lake Shore & Michi gan Southern and left at once for Cleve land, Buffalo and Niagara. At Toledo nearly 2,000 people were at the depot at 6:80 o'clock, when the spe cial came In. They had a band and two big bouquets and were all ready to ex tend the hospitality of...

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. — 5 March 1902

AfS ARE RPLASED MNmu3ASTIOC OV~a TRaEATY WITH GREAT BUMTAIN. CONGRATULATE THEMSELVES Will Attend King Edward's Coronation Servioes in Force and the Gov ernment Will Send Battle ship to Spithead. (My Assoclated Press.) Toklo, Feb. 21. via Victoria, 1I. C., ,March 5.-Japan han gone wllI with de light over the conclusilon of the new Anglo-Japanese alliance and is only consildering how best to celebrate. The ratification Is In embryo, but some of &he committees will not he dnlled. There hns been an elnlorate torchlight procession at Toklo, hesides the formal Interchange of .c:ngratultilon n at n joint meeting held by the two houses of the diet, at whli!ch Sir i'laude ,Mio Donald, the English minllister, was pres ent. The varlous towns iii Japtn hate al ready held Apecclial delnonstrations or are contemplatlng holding the.ln. Patting Itself on the Back The vernaculnr press is brilllnlllil over anlth cheerful forecasts of the rc..ults of the "diplomatic tinion." tflags are fly ing and...

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