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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 5 March 1902

Moentaa'staaretO . ewry Mar. 5 IMWORTANT The grocery question is import ant. The length of your life de pends on what you eat. The more careful you are in selecting the place to buy your groceries the bet ter health you'll enjoy, and the longer you'll live. We sell only such goods as we can thoroughly reconm mend and our prices are big In ducements for your trade. Ranch Eggs Guaranteed perfectly fresh Mon tana Ranch Eggs, per dozen..30c Pure Fruit Preserves Opportunities to buy Pure Fruit Preserves at these special prices do not come often. An especially large purchase secured us a big bargain and we will share it with you. Pure Fruit Preserves, in glass; $1.25 jar, special, 95c; 75c jar, special. 50c; pound jar, special..........15c Pure Fruit Preserves, in 5-pound tins. Worth 75c, special...... 50 See East Window Display. Flour Ralston Whole Wheat Flour, 24'4 pound sack ................$1.00 Ralston Whole Wheat Flour, 12% pound sack .....................0c Fine Bread Flour, 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. — 5 March 1902

IILY INTER MOUNTAIN luined Every Evening, Except Sundas. ER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHINGO CO. Address all mall to Inter Mountain Publishing comptny, M. A. BERGER, Manager. I West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Omfcia Paper of Sliver Bow County and City of Iutte. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per year, by mall, in advance...... $7.50 By carrier, per month................ .75 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 1902. Tilt NEW IRRIGATION lAW. It is a matter for congr;atulation:i to the West that the Ila.nblough bill, pro viding for government irrigation, panys ,I the spnate by praclically a untanllln l o vote. The sentiment In favor of th' rte clanmalion of arid lands by the feh.leral government is a growth of only the past few years. Slowly but surely the merits of the case made out by those in favor of government irrigationll have apll.apred to members of both houses of congr( i4. Ireglnning with a ;maall group of West ern representatives, the friends of gov ernment litigation hal\( Inrll'l'eased until now the prospect ...

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. — 5 March 1902

Ownership of a Steinway Piano indicates three things: Good judgment In bwshes. Good taste h nmusic, and - Financial Responsibility. Sole Agents Montarna Music Co. SP N. lathi St.. BARGAINS Pictures and Frames AT COST Montana Book Co. W. K. KLEIN. Manageor 209N. Main St.. Butte. 'Phone 294 Fountain Giold 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 1s4 North (lain Street, Butte. GREAT PICTURE SALE This store has been crowded all week with eager purchasers of the Cosmos reprints the greatest repro ductions of masterpieces at the lowest prices the Svorld has ever seen. Just think of these little prices for genuine reprints of the best works of the best artists eo all nations: 10 of 6*S.l,, for 25c; 50 of same for $1.00; 4 of 9x15, for 25c; 20 of same for $1.00. Historical, ar chitectural, geological, geographi cal, scriptural, personal, o...

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. — 5 March 1902

WHEN THE SHEARS GET GAY (Clipplnrgs from the State Press.) Time to Act. (Billings Gazette.) .4 year has passed since the Bil'ings ct organised a sub-organization known ae.the "commercial committee." ,'he object of the latter, it was given Otl at the time, was to encourage and promote manufacturing and o her enter prtses giving employment to labor In order that a payroll might be estab lished, and thus contribute to the growth and welfare of the city. As yet nothing has 'been acco.npll-hed by the committee, and as far as actual results are concerned it might as well not have been organized. It is true that meetings have been held and are being held, but that is all the committee does Or has done. Its members seenm to be affllcted with Inertia to a degree that renders them helpless to do more than meet, talk and weit-walt for some one eloe to do that which they should do themse:'ves. As to Irrigation. (Husbahndman.) Ther'e Is a proneness on the part of many farmers to Iii rgate mea.do...

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. — 5 March 1902

CITY COUNCIL WILL INVISTIiATI CHARGE AGAINST UNIDENTIFIEO POLICEMEN ACCUSDO BY WOMAN Of §RAfTIN5 Members of the city council are preparing for a wholesale investigUtion of the r'umors that have been goiWg about at different times regarding the probity of some members of the police force of the city. The ball will be started rolling 'hisi evening by Alderman Duggan or Alderman Dempsey, when several painted questions will be asked. The case in point end Whioh has stirred up these two guardians of the public weal is the much-talked of thef! of $210 from Paul Legar, the French man. Ae published in the Inter Mountain last week, there has been considerable talk among the members of the force qver the statements credited at different times to different persons, that the coloird woman who stole the money hadn't enough left to pay her fine. Sugar for omeons. The reason given by the woman for not having more of the money waI that she was obliged to cut up the stolon cash with too many persons...

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. — 5 March 1902

--I bowlert won ai.st night a1g:, hlt ih*' Jolly Five. Wila11;ns of tht , Il.t I ,, et mnade the hIghest Xs'oet', ril.litin tine. The full scotres were: Lemps. I. 2. 3. 4. 5. T ulley.................... 7 6 6 0 4 I'rolnenbcrg, Jr........... 7 7 5 6 6 Johnson................... 8 7 4 3 3 CKronenherg, Sr........... 6 8 7 5 5 \4 Ilku1ns.. .... .. ... 7 4 5 Totals .................. 33 :10 26 2:3 Jolly Fve. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. M isevich. ....... ..... ..... .. 6 4 5 3 Muellter.................. 8 5 6 4 2 .Oills........ .............. 7 8 '4 2 Stewae.rd................. 4; 5 7 6 7 K ohl...................... 6 5 4 4 G Tot'al4 s ................3. 'S "9 - "20 BIaltimore, Mar\lh 5. -C(1I.Krg' .51,l,''d4llenh Of 'New York 1and Jo1 e (nt4 el' laltlitnore have hoeen matchedl i for a 2..-ru 1'id con test ai 1::3 pIItt l sIH M11ar'h 7 I4'f' e Ill-' Eureka AthletW' cllub of this itly. Mexican Pet.e andi Jlnmmty l4lurns \\ill light In Salt ],ke :Lnak l a )nd mlmt y ,i\Talan and Kid Italley will go 2-0...

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. — 5 March 1902

TIt INTtll MOUNTAIN'S ANAC-ONDADIA D RTMINIT CLARK R[FLI[S' SBEATOR EAS RE~EIVED CHINESE EXOLUElON RESOLUTIONS. PASSED Bf LINCOLN CLUB I Document Will Be Presented to the Senate for Consideration at an Early Date-Letter From Washington. (Specal to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, March 5.-At a meeting of the Lincoln Republican club, held re cently, a resolution was passed favoring a law that would serve as a substitute for the Geary law-which is about to expire by limitation--that will forever pxhlibit the Immigration of Chinese into the United States or any of its posses sions. The secretary of the club was Instruct e(d to forward a copy of the resolutions to each of Montana's representatives in congress and urge upon theml to use every effort wlthin their power to secure its passage. Yesterday W. It. Allen. president of the club, received a communication from senator Clark in which he promised to give the matter his attention. Senator Clark's letter reads as fol lo ws: "I have your valu...

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. — 5 March 1902

MONTANA PROSPECTS AND CAMP J PRODUCERS MINES OF MADISON BIVIN'S GULCH IS YIELDING CON SIDEBABLE ORE. FAIRVIEW IS A PRODUCER Several Carloads of Ore Ready for Shipment-Product Is Low Grade, But the Shoot Is SRegular. The last issue of the Sherlan.r Chino,k contained the following notes ielati ve to the mines of Madison crnty: Dan Marshall is busy haul ing miie( oult of lilvin's gulih. George lothwell In taknllg oIi ore from the Agitator In Itanmshorn. Foster liros. are hauling ,re from the Faiurvlew mine for Henry I'alnkey. Alex McKay and M. Smlti hai\ve, re turned from I.lltte, where thily we\t with a shipment of ore. William MtcDougall is about ready to make anotheIr shipmenlt of re from'ln the Octopus mine In itlvin's gulch. E. Ring, whoi renpriesnts the Ialisnarek and Montana Mllnin cg ommpanoy, i.now in Chicago, looking uli Inac('hittley to set up in Nugget gulch. Jack Ih'ardsley is Ihaulltilg lei'., flirom the Lake mine on Mill creek. T'hi tl,, be longs to ('harles legs(trollt,...

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. — 6 March 1902

BUTTE INTI IVMOUNTAIN VOL. XXI. NO 294 EUTTE, MONTANA. TURS .AY EVENINYG. MARCH 6, 1902., PRICE FIVE CENTS lHERY R[EACIS BOSTON CITY EARLY TODAY BZA3 ADXIRA.L EVANS AND PR.NCE ARE CHEERED AS THEY ?PA IN BIGHT O OCROWD. ONLY A FEW MN'UTES TO REST Hundreds of Workmen Employed to Olear the Streets of £now-Legis lature Was in Joint Session to Meet the Royal German. (By Associated Press.) Boston, March 6.-Prince Henry's first view of Boston was the snow-clad city upon which shone the sun from a clear sky. Hundreds of workmen were busy at daylight clearing the streets through which the prince and his party were to pass, and by 8 o'clock the route was In excellent condition, and the thorough fares had been roped off. Nearly the entire route through the city was brilliant with color before the prince arrived. German flags of red, white and black predominated in many places over the red, white and blue. At 9 o'clock the first battalion of cav alry, one of the hest of Mar.achusett's volunteer...

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. — 6 March 1902

M SUBSD1Y BILL 318 ATOR OLAY OF GEORGIA MAKES A SPEUERH. HE OPPOSES THE MEASURE Georgia Senator Declares It to Be an Efort to Aid a Private Business Proposition-Has Not Fin ished Yet. (By AssotiateI Press.) 'Washlngton, M.trc.h it.-- It ,pi: ll' likely now ihat t he s 1enate ,II 'l r'lach a Vote on the pendingl hipping hill oii -week frito nrext Mlondliiay. \Wht',i Mr. Frye, In charge ofr th, ill.tilltsrei. en deavoredrl yester.ldii to rsetllr, an Igrret' niCnt for the tlin, of takini. ii itl".. th at date walt Ilientionedlll l. ing sl litsfcr - tory to the Onlinri l rwrli.in r'1ie ' ii' comnmere to:nmitttee. M r. ( Iy of te ri'gi.l i, li , sr', l th,! sernate ielterlday in tlltio i it.onrl It thi\ bill. land htad not o,ni llhied whien ilth senate ai:lJourned.t He nmadiie' t f'iior'-'f and Ilintteresting argunint, i\ hi ,i i given cir'ftul attention Ihy ti iicoil .i li, .. At the ronnlusion of rnll i:tl iII init.+A 1n the senate, c'onitditlltiot; \i;i we i.'gun for the tex .,cutii, ...

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. — 6 March 1902

Metua's Largstureswr y Mur. 6 Armour & Co.'s Demonstrator Will be with us for several days. Tomorrow the following will be served: Beet Tea,'Boulllon, and the To mato variety of their fine "French Pottage" soups. We wish you Armour's Beef Extract. 4. ounce would try them. Jar 76e 2 ounce jar................40c Armour's Vigoral (Fluid Beef), 4 ounce jar 0c, 2 ounce jar.....30c Macaroni. Per pound .......... 10 Preserves We are selling large quantities of those Pure Fruit Preserves that we spoke about yesterday. Don't know if we will ever have another chance to give another bargain like this. Pure Fruit Preserves, $1.25 jar spe cial 95c; T75 jar for 50; 25c jar for ...... ......................15c Pure Fruit Jams, 5 pound din worth T5c. Special ............50c Ranch Eggs We are receiving daily shipments "of Ranch Eggs by express from different points In Montana. The price per dozen ................30c One Free Today Walter Baker & Co's German Sweet ('hocolate. Price 3 packages...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 6 March 1902

MLA INTER MOUNTAIN ,1----·-- . '. ..... bugned Every Evening, Except Sunday. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHINO GO. Adldrea all mall to Inter Mountain Pubtthling company, M. A. BERGER, Manager, M8 West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Official Paper of Sliver Dow county and City of Dutte. SUBBCRIPTION RATES. Per year, by mall. in aavance......S$.w By carrier, per month......... ..... 76 .5 THITItSDAY, MARCH 6, 1,02. JAPAN TO TIIL RONT. Infant Japan has made another stre'l totwards diplomlatic perfection in her ratification of the Angln-Jtapanese treaty the news of whicllh has just been re telrved. The "Haythen ('hinee" may houst his questionable peculiarity in "ways that ore dark and tricks thtft are vtt iln." hut his little browin brother is rapidly learning how to give him oaIt'Irds Iand spades in the grand bIunti game orf it ternaltonal polities. With a Ileet to guitrdl her bright iltleh tight little Islands, it gathriing hband for the limitless tommercet of tihe' ritent and iLa uave dlllomat...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 6 March 1902

Ownership of a Steinway Piano indicates three things: Good judgment in business. Good taste In musc . and Finsa)cial Responsibility. Sole Agents Montanae Music Co. s3p N. rlin St. BARGAINS Pictures and Frames AT COST Montana Book Co. W. H. KLEIN, Manager 209 N. Main St., Butte. 'Phone 294 Fountain Gold Pens With Indestructible Caps Only $1.00 Waterman Ideal Pens, Par ker's Lucky Curve Peuns, Ink stands of all kinds, Office sup plies, Typewriting Papers and Mineograph Supplies. EVANS' BOOK STORE i24'North HIain Street, Butte. GREAT PICTURE SALE This store has been crowde1d all week with eager purchasers of the Cosmos reprints the greatest repro ductions of masterpieces at the lowest prices the j\'orld has ever seen. Just think of these little prices for genuine reprints of the best works of the best artists of all nations: 10 of (6t8.%, for 25c; 50 of same for $1.00; 4 of 9x15, for 25c; 20 of same for $1.00. Historical, ar chitectural, geological, geographi cal, scriptural, personal,...

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

11CK TOO NARROW *gr TonomU3I WrILL WIDEN "1T.UGE .or tl'ý l WIL W'm. 08 Or COANADA BRANE. SI3EYORS IN THE FIELD Some of the Bridges Will Have to Be 'aebuilt-Canadian End of the Line to Be Also Made Standard. The Great Northern Ilal'lrold company has taken the prelimi.a ; s p:.l towards widening the gauge of i., t;rea: F.ills & Canada branch whl.ch '.n..-s Great Falls and Sweet Grass on lthe brder be tween Canada and the i'I,'tlI StatRs. This is part of the c..iiirat into willih the Great Northern and !., C(tnadi in Pacific entered at the !i(.' Ith' f.'rmer bought the line from th,, lter rin Ilit other hand the Canadian I'aclfle will widen the gauge of c hI lrne fruan Leth bridge to Sweet (Ira.:s, w\al|th ,vill give the two tranecontlnen,:.1 Ilii'n a stand ard gauge connection Iiitwl.n Let.;h bridge and Creat Fai's. Iharin ie )lnially is to have its work IcoIti).ltldi by On(to tier 31 of this year. Much Bridge Building Necessary. In wIdenIng the gauge It I:l b.' necis nary to do ...

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. — 6 March 1902

UNITED MODERNS WELCOME DISTINBUISHED VISITORl E. M. . HN )eo, Supreme Chancellor United Moderns. Today and tomorrow will be red-letter days in the history of United Moderns in Butte, who are about to receive an official visit from their supreme chan cellor, Edwin M. Johnson, who is dis tinguished not only as supreme chancel lor of the United Moderns throughout the United States, but also one of the most successful financiers in the West. Mr. Johnson was born in Cook county, Illinois, October 18, 1861, and at a tender age removed with his parents to Audu 'bol, Iowa, where, as in the lives of so many of our public and successful men of modern times, he learned fiom the unromantlc life of the home farm those esotons of industry, integrity and econ omy which have continued to distinguish h11i1 through life and have forced him into tile front ranks with successful business men. Educated In the public schools and at Diake university, Iowa, from which lat ter institution he graduated in th...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 6 March 1902

:..ý.ý i JN f 1 ýF t I +y V-j Thins,£ wve l'd tn last night to the4 fx-nO1 ill1'hers y hI,' le -otit rnemolters of the Four Jacks ,oio ling teiin e hh'h are Inot loo4(141 uponl ,w: strictly Isports.annlnlike Iby thei "exes." In fIet, the la. ttr l think thl'y wore 1,,l Into .t I.II,. thlroW off the kopJo ' and .con.t.,l11' l11 ,lI l. ith ila l ,tnlish lack 1of fair pl.y which briao ks flip typ,,writir IrecoIIr of one \Vyh4.r, of -4.4'lp' 1nih 1 it' l, 111 ;1I,l I'tlll ll l: I l ln. 'lt' 4 \.4.y It happ. n4''d ,\\I$ througl' h a 14 airt (1H' I n11' 1 :1 I y n;111 1 V' ls Ille ('X cnj mblb, s (1; I h," I o 1 ou cks, 1\11 in l elr l4'4l1I1 I4 4 ,4lh, ' 1 ' 441' r Jill' 14-4. 4(1 114141411 theI ,lllab, I IIlll' 44. l ,4 I'l 1 alon)1 1 g (!h, I, 1it.r- ay h1( 1 , r 14414 ;n4 Sl4.1m tillh III now, trueh g11'll',w' 41'4 sf4 o 14 , 1ll,1i kno,44 ' I tIh' 14Il t CIA' . 'llll lh ,'I 11O .- li lllt t ' l' idream . -l 4 lyl1 II' r' I. If tih, II' Il,'k 1 4;11l,,1'1 ehlp'or eI, by 1he . . > i...

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. — 6 March 1902

N INR MOUTAI fillANICNDA DEART NT AN [ASY SEASON1 MINERS AND RANCHERS NEAR Z HERE ANTICIPATE IT. SOME HAVE BEEN PLOUGHING E Thete Is Not Much Fropt in the Ground 3 Nor a Great Deal of Snow in the Mountains - Plenty of Water. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, March 6.-The ranchers In the valley below Anaconda are getting e ready to begin their spring work, and some of the more industrious on4es have already ploughed up small plots of ground. They are expecting an early and profit able season. The snowfall this win ter has been sufficilent to insure pilenty of moisture before irrigation becomes necessary and it seems that the earth is frozen to no great depth and In 1 many sheltered hWpees there is c(,mpara tively no frost at all. Commence .pring Work. Sherlff ('onley, who returned fromt Great Fails Monday night, said that between that place and Hclena he saw nunllmers of ranchers who had already began their spring ploughing and have made considerable headway at It. 'The prospect...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 6 March 1902

| NETS OF STORIES rO.Ir MONTANA MINING__PROSPECTS AND MIB1S -IID 1E ý MINIRAL Of IDAHO J. E. HUTOHINSON OF BOISE TELLS LLL ABOUT IT. HUNDREDS CF STAMP MILLS Re Bays They Will Be Built in His State -Sun Meats Quick Silver From Cinnabar Ore and (Miners Scoop It Up. lHon. J. H. Huttchinson of ltolse, ex lieutenaRnt-gov i nor of Idaho, s.ia nt y.es terday In Salt l.ike, and iil tii tI :ila t on a business til j Iast night, his idstill n - tion being I'ltt.,hbtrg. i'a., says rth ' ill. Lake Tribune. r. Hlutchinsonli is gr' ally interested in an enthuiisistcl t' way i ovt'er the m ineral pro .p , cis of his st.ar,, lind ha.s halld much exlperience l i' 1' lihe reininglg field. He orgl aniiiill. thie I nnIII rig IeX(illlllgt's at )Denver anid at Pm'ortl.int, aind :was caller fir sev.trtal y'ears for tht' Ih n IIi ext hung'e. In ispeiking of Idaho irti its ilne. y(sterday, he srtitl Il it sut: te \vtS divided Ilke anclll( t i;itul into thrt ' parts, alnd that aill lhl I.lt:i ;is l i:i a ith...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 7 March 1902

BUTTE NTR MOUNTAIN. VOL. XXI. NO 295 .-BUTT, MONTANA, PRbAY EVENING. MARCH 7, 1902. PRICE FIVE. CENTS - ,- SIMI I 1-F Tlt AM.RI AN SHIP W[STLAND Hit By the HNrmonides and Went Down In Thirty- five Minutes-The Crew and Passengers Observed the Strictest Discipline and All But Two Were Saved. (By Associated Press.) Liverpool, March 7.-The British stamer Harmonides, from Brazilian ports, which was in collision and sank the Red line steamer Waesland Wednes day night about 40 miles southeast of Holyhead and which was towed to this port early this morning by tugs which went in search of her, has a great hole in her bows. One of the rescued passengers of the Waesland, who was on board the Har monides, said the Waesland was run into amidships in a fog at midnight and sank half an hour afterwards, her boil ers bursting as she went down. The report that only two of the pas sengers of the Waesland, a man and a child lost their lives is confirmed. In addition, one woman was injured. Some of the ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 7 March 1902

ToR Tilt SUBSIDYIA CAUCUS MeIITN(iMN BOUNDARY CAS.STOCK IOoINO W[LL 3ATO MhANflA MAKES NOTA BLE BPEECI IN SENATE. PAVOR THE SHIPPING BILL Claimed That the Merchant Marine Was the Only Industry in This Country Which Had Not Been Given Government Aid. (By Associated Press.) Was'hington, March 7.--A notahle speech was made in the senllat yester day by Mr. Hanna of (Ohio on the pI-nl ing shipping bill, which he discussed from the point of an American hui:liores man. His argunmentts wcre ericfutttly p're pared. He was aItways forlcful and earnest and at times t)(lename eloluenr. He commanded the undividedt attentitol of the senate and the galltcr s. aint when he closed he r,','icvedt the congratu lations of many of his colleagues. Early in the seesiton iMr. Fl'ryo. in charge of the pending shipping hill, ,b tained an agreement that the s-inat,' should vote on the IniBsuire aind till pending amendments at 3 p. . m. onday. March 17, that date teing entirely sat isfactory to those opposed t...

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