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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 8 March 1902

t _1 4 II ý/ uiý 1 " ý 11Y , / - COMING ATTRACTIONS. - 4:- * i: Sutton's New Grand. 9* '- March 9, 10, 11, with matinee r * March 11-Charles B. Hanford *I *: in "The Taming of the Shrew." * * Union Family Theater. . -Y- March 9, 10, 11, with matinee * -- March 9-"The Butte Mine." * is * : Margaret Theater, Anaconda. % 4 Charles B. Hanford In "The Tam- *F - ing of the Shrew." % - 4:- - -- -- - *-- * % *- % - - * S ELDQM has the Butte public had an opportunity to listen to such pretty light opera as "The Princess Chic," sung by the Kirke La Shelle company last week. Maud Lillian Berrl, prima donna of the c'ompany, with her clear, sweet voice captivated the audi ence in her first solo and won a double encore in her "Wood Nymph and Water God." Edna Floyd and Dorothy Hunting were pretty as well as clever, while Lawrence, Metcalfe, Knights and Leary furnished fun illumitable for the excellent houses which witnessed the attraction. "For Her Sake" was the suggestive name of a melodrama that...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 8 March 1902

I I d ' ·* ·· * :·t n I , III ,'I K 1 T IIE way Lett cannince.tii d everyone thought it wo\'l i Ie' the gK;yest pen itet-ntihlI Season on rec riri In Butte, b iu tit s s ee'ek seen rest tlon talln inlstead of I'cept l, liollns aad daIIIIe('s there i're, lend pat' ies, niu l'[ 1Itthl tes and piokler is aiboutl the only thing Lent has Ilt palt I quit'etus ion; fillor the week at any lrate. lIp to date the social alitndutar for next teek shows little. At one luncheon ithtis week the only things idiscttlss.d were brtidge \\hist, charity, ping-tongll, crystal gazing antd theater a\nislts. 'Thet Ist nillltel wont out andt, Judging fromt tihe coinversation, it will forte the dominant ipart of the costtume fir theater wear. (iOne sees at the thie ttirs tile foiist ichariing wilsts of Ilight colors woirni with ittlk, setrvliceable shortl skirts. ttih a ciombinatlion suits the Ireuitlrehtellnts of Itiutte's women thloatergieris the girate'r part of the 'cal'. 1ar Sewing Clubs. The lentten Sew...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 8 March 1902

STELLA PAYNE. Reoeption to the Tongues. The return of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Tonge from the trip to Seattle which was taken for the benefit of the pastor's health, was joyfully welcomed by the church he has charge of, the South Butte 'Presbyterian church. Many little af fairs have been given for them by mem bers of the congregation and many more will be. One of the most delightful affairs was the afternoon reception given to them by the Ladies' Aid society of the church. It was given at the home of Mrs. Sam Binder on Farrell street on Wednesday. A fine luncheon was served and during its progress Mrs. Fuller, president of the Aid society,presented the pastor and his wife with a handsome new purse con taining a neat sum of motney in the fol lowing words: Within this purse so bright and new You'll find a little gift for you. Don't gauge our loveb y the amount that is in it, For to contain such it could not he gin it. VWe desire that with the contents you buy, Some little keepsake or to...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 8 March 1902

- - b IuI K4 <IL B AV~EY PPEL 11 VICE PS C-5 I'U~· T IE Lincoln Ilepubllcan club of Anacnda, whi.h has Just started uj.on the scoud year of its existence, is recognized today as being ote of the I1not Ifrogres.~aiv organ izations of its kind in the state of Mon tana. The victory achieved for the re publican party in the Smelter City nearly a year ago was the natural con sequence of the "nergy put forth by the members of tlls club. The result was a spIlenditl example of what organiza tion will do, and when the smoke of battle had cleared away the oplposition realized what a futile task it was to burn so much red fire, to waste so much breath in useless speeches, and to go forth with a discordant hand to combat a solid front of htarmnonius republican workers. After the eletio,n was over, telegrams of congratulatlion Ioured in from all rarts of the state, many of them being 'M"nt by men prominent in the councils of the party. Messages came from others of national reputation, each se...

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. — 10 March 1902

BI TE INT E MOUNTAINC VOL. XXI. NO 29Z BUTTE, mOnTANA, EVlI!EVEN IrG.MARCH 10, 1902. PRICE FIVE CENTS IINC[ E INRY VISITS CITY OF PHILADELPHIA MANY THOUSAND PEOPLE CHEER TEEX ROYTAL GERMAN ON HIS WAY TO SAINTLY CITY. GREETED BY A LARGE CROWD Mayor Ashbridge Makes a Speech of Welcome and Is Briefly Replied to by the Prince, Who Thanks the City for the Souvenir. (By Associated Press.) New York, March 10.-Prince Henry of Prussia left the Waldorf-Astoria at 7:40 this morning and was taken on a special ferryboat to Jersey City, where the boarded a Pennsylvania train for Phil adelphia. He was accompanied by his suite and Rlear Admiral Evans, Adju tant General Corbin and Colonel Ding ham. There were several thousand persons at the dock at the Jersey City side as when the prince stepped from the upper deck to the bridge a cheer went up, which be acknowledged by touching his cap. The prince was in uniform, as were all the officers comprising his escort. The train left Jersey City at 8:20. Ar...

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. — 10 March 1902

IOR0N CHURCHE[S rtl*11 91V S3XRONS WEItE THE RUL. YESTEBDAY. WERE NEARLY ALL CROWDED Disoourses Showed Careful Preparation and Study-Stranger in the Pres byterian Pulrit-Dr. Owynne Will Not Leave. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Dillon, March 10.-The usual marked Interest was taken In the servie.s of the Dillon churches yesterday and good con gregations were the order of the day, Services were held in all of tile churches with the exception of the Episcopal, the pastor of that church being In Sherldan, holding his regular monthly services. At the Baptist church Itev. hlcnry F. Cope preachedt a most interesting sermon in the evening, his text being taken from Ezekiel, 16th chapter, 49th verse,"Itehold! This was the Iniquriy of Mrldcn, I':lets Fullness of Bread and 4lundance of Idleness was in Her and in Her Daugh ters,and Neither Did She iStrngth.en the land of the Poor and Needy." Pride Will Cause a Fall. In his sermon, whlich was unusuitally strong, *Mr. Cople went on to sthow the dan...

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. — 10 March 1902

Meutam's larest Grece Mar.IO Soupl Good Soup, like an education, is a firm foundation, a4 You ought to have soup once a day, at least. Why Don't You? Because you must stand over a hot fire, clean, shell, pare, soak and peel vegetables, rack your brain hours ahead choosing the kinds to buy, read cook-books and worry, Now, suppose everything should be presented to you complete, and yau had but to furnish the boiling water. It would change matters wouldn't It? TAKE MONDAY DINNER for example. The water is boiling be fore you. Open the TEN-CENT PACKAGE of ANDERSON'S clean wholesome TOMOTA SOUP, place the contents in the water, stir gently but a moment, and behold -a fragment, nutritious soup ready to serve for six people. THEN TUESDAY-a pound tin of ANDERSON'S deltcious CON SOMME. Hot water Is all you pro vide, stir a little and it's done. WEDNESDAY DINNER - a small can of dainty CHICKEN SOUP, good and appetizing. You, as before, furnish the water, we the solid fffod. THURSDAY, a TEN-CEN...

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. — 10 March 1902

.LY INTRll MOUNTAIN Idmued lvery Evening, Except Sundsy. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING CO. Address all mail to Inter Mountain Publishing company, M. A. BERGER, Manager, M West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Offcal Paper of Sllver Bow County and City of Butte. $UBECRIPTION RATES. Per year, by mall, in advance...... $7.50 By carrier, per month................ .7 MONDAY' MARCH 10, 1902. TiE fIRST GUN. Tomorrow a political organlzation known In local politics as the lablor party will meet in every ward of the city to caucus upon matters irriliminary to the city convention, which will soon been held for the purpose of placihlng aildernianic candidates in the field. The plans and purposes of this politllial party are generally known and it delin ite stalemnent of thei objects it has in view in entering the field of city poliiti's may be expecte(d whon Its c('nvetionll meets and the committee on ptiatforlit nlakes a I'report. The pa rty will proh lably offer an excuse for its existence by callin...

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. — 10 March 1902

New Features in Pianos have the ponstant attention of the manufacturers whose output Jrep resented in our stock and th .bst are adopted, as our latest exhibits will attest. We never rest.content with the triumphs of a decade ago, but offer Instruments of the latest construction, design and finish. You may see something new If you call. It's a resl pleasure for us to show you about the place. Montana Music Co. 119 N. Main Street BARGAINS - Pictures and Freames AT COST Montapa Book Co. W. H. KLEIN, Manager 209 N. Main St., Butte, 'Phone 294 Drawing Instruments In sets and single instruments, Blue Print and Drawing Material, Typewriting Papers, Itiblions for all Ma:lchlnes. almeograph Supplles -Fine Stationey--Tlank Dooks of all kinds. EVANS' BOOK STORE a24,North flain Street, Butte. Leading Reprints.... Of the Leading Pictures Of the World's Artists All nations. All countries. All artists represented. The Cosmos pictures, 2.000 on consignment, for just one month. Represented in these ...

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

tASW MISION dl.~)ZLION OF THE JLRVICES AT ST. PATRBICK'S CHURCH. '1REN'S MISSION IS OPENED Ibrvices for Women Were Attended by Immense Congregations and Were Very Successful-Father Nierman's Sermon. The mission services at Rt. Patrlck's church for wotlen, which have been an immecnse 0ucce1rs, closed most ausptici'totr ly and impressively at : o'cloc1 k yester day afternoon. There was a gra't audi ence at the church at the services. The closing seriaon \Iwas delivered by the Rev. Joseph Nertman. The discourse was very line and went to the hearts of the clergyman's hearers. In the morning at the 11 o'clrok ( serv ece the congregation present was tal dressed it a s.l'mulln bly the It\v. VFatlht Straubinger. The father spoke of ithi gratifying success of the \'womentI's m I. elon and of the faithful and interesti 1 attendance of the ladles of the lp ll lh. He expressed the wairm thanks o, tIh fathers engaged in condutcting the Itis sion, and expressed the alsurant. e that the miisslon w...

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. — 10 March 1902

DEATH WAS SUDDEN P. J. BWE5OUOD 6U00111S TO AX ATTACK O! AOPLEXT. CAME HERE LAST THURSDAY Was a Mason, an ilk and an Expert Jewelry lalesman-Body Shipped to Fremont, Ohio, for Interment. 'P. J. Burroughs, a traveling jewelry salesman, who came to Butte from the East a few days ago to conduct the special jewelry sale at the Hight & Fairfield stare, died of apoplexy in his room at the Thornton hotel yesterday morning. His wife was with him. Shortly after death the body was taken to the parlors of the Montana Under taking company and prepared for ship ment to Fremont, Ohio, the home of the another of the dec-ased, where it will be interred. The remains were sent East last night via the Northern Pacific and were ac companied by Mrs. Burroughs. Before being taken from the undertaking rooms, however, the Masonic and Elk lodges, of which orders Burroughs was a member, 'held services over them and IRev. S. C. Bllackiston delivered a short funeral service. Came to Town Thursday. Mr. and ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 10 March 1902

y 1ruýti Il Tom Collins won the first fall in A wrestling match with VWilllam Peters at the Fairy Palace saloon yesterday after noon. Peters t %on the next two handlly. Orville Dupius was the wi\tinec of ithe first tall in a miatch with hJiepl Drown, catcl-as-catch-ctnh-n, and then gave in in the next two fulls. Tony 'Wari ald aclllk 1)avis loxeil a draw, triy Wtilllians and William Ir'ynt did Itlh I.nl-ao trick and Jirltle Jolnes won flrit lhairry 1i, Carthy oin lolints. Arrangements atr- Ileingf nimde fit in athletic enltertainmlenn t at Ith- ;aiiv Palace on St. l'atritk's day in wthichi some fast boutri arc expected.I ii. Jack lickibtly anid Jack D-an matll l ered S. K. Mctiuinn end Pat Nolan In a i fast handlall gaine at Ihi Niorih .tl;tini street court yesterday aftisrn'ocn. T'hy won by thl. 5:-'ores if 21-27 an:ll 21-21. At the sane court I':. liicne ii l Maurice (c'lnglgioi (left-atid Mrtinili IIlTy I and Phil Ellut-io- h, ii cor* s Ibit i- g 21-15 and 21-IS. I Next S.nlaty D...

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. — 10 March 1902

TBl INTER MOUNrTAN'S A NACONA DEPARiTMI! ST. PATRICK'S DAY COMMITTEB ON ARRANGEMENT ANNOUNCES PROGRAM. PARADE THROUGH STREETS Captain Phil Greenan to Be Marshal of the Day-William Kelliher, Chair man-Parade Will Be an Im portant Feature. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, March 10.-The eonmmittee having In charge the arrangement of the St. Patrick's day program at the A. O. H. hall has completed its work and now everything is complete for that Important event. One of the features of the day "111 be the parade of Irish organizations runder the marshalship of Captain Phil (;reenan. It is expected that a number of visit ing A. O. H. societies will come from lutte and other places and a place will be given them to participate In the pa rade. The exercises to he held at the hall will be presided over by William Kelli her, who has been chosen president of the day. The program arranged consists of the following numbers: Overture-Selection of Irish arrs, Margaret theater orchestra, Voca...

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. — 10 March 1902

NIEWS OF M~ý DMnSTORIES OfC MONTANA M1INESAND ININ CAMPSCRS [VA MAY MUDDLE COMPANY OWES OVER $52,000 BUT HAS PROPERTY. FOUR CLAIMS WORTH $25,000 George R. Best of Milwaukee Kept the Machinery Well Greased With Coin-Company Owes Him $31,000. The Montana Mineral LanId Develop ment company, which has beetn operal Ing the Eva May mil e, near Blasin, Jeltereon ,ounty, has tun against a fin anclal snag. According to reports it owes $52,295.70 and has assignl all of its property t, George If. Drukentleld, its local manager. The district court judge of Jeffersun county has fixed Mr. Dra kenhleii's bond at $Sf,Ut)it. A. r. birt'ot fielt has filed In the ofilhce of the ,rounty clerk and recorder of J.effI-rsi(H a state ment showing the anmiiunt of the In debtedness and assets of the Ill tmllany. Four mining clnlinis wned Iy the. cor poration ait(e given II value of $25,010;: and the machlnery. consltinglll of an engine, hoisting pliant, Itpumps, air rtlot pressor, drills and the ton'entrtator...

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. — 11 March 1902

BoJTTE INTA MOUNTAIN. FLL. IXI. NO 298 BUTTP. 1MONlT0AN TOB EVENINIG. MARCH 1I, 1902" PRICE FIV ENT IRES.RYAN AS ORDERED MEN OUT ON STRIKE MORE THAN NIGHT THOUSAND MEN ARE NOW OUT AND MORN EXPECTED TO GO OUT. NON-UNION MEN ON RAILROADS It Is Expected That Unless the Strike Is Settled the Congestion of Freight Will NJ Serious - Situa tion Is Delicate. (By Assoclated Press.) Boston, March 11.-With more than 8,000 men actually out and with promises of support from unions whose member ship it was claimed would bring the total up to 25,000, if it became necessary for them to join the movement, the striking freight handlers and men allied, today began the second day of the contest to prevent the employment of non-union labor by the railroads and other corpor ations. The two railroads principally affected by the strike, the New York, New Haven & Hartford and the Boston & Albany branch of the New YOrk Central, by the employment of non-union men and by drawing help from their forces ...

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. — 11 March 1902

LANAMA WAR lNIWS 33VOL IONISTS LAV* CAP *TUBED THE OWN OF DAVID. IT WAS AN EMPTY VICTORY General Salasar Says That the Situa tion Is Serious But That Panama and Colon Are Safe Enough. (Iy Associated Press.) Panama, March 11,-The government general, Castro, was sent to Agua Dulce last December by the late General Al ban to attack the Indian revolutionary chief, General Lorenzo. About this time the revolutionary gen eral, Herrera, landed an exP'dition from Tumaco at Tonosi. For the past two weeks Ith govern ment, on account of the revolutionary fleet, has not been able to send rein forcements of any kind to General ('as tro. During this time, General Her rera had developed his plan for attack without molestation. General Herrera attacked Aguit Dulco with a strong force February A0. General Castro resisted him for four days, but as he was probably short of amm unition, he then abttndoiei the town. To do this he had to force his way through the ilieral lines. The gov ernment has positiv...

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. — 11 March 1902

~.tistp' lagest Grescry Mar.l Our Delicious BB Butter Pound 30c Ranch Eggs Dozen 20c LYTE Y BROTHERS GOOD GROCRILStIuEAp 47 W. Park Phon'' AT Smith & Mattingly's Hat Store The Styles are Absolute ly Correct, the Quality the Best. Spring Styles In All the Fashionable Shapes and Colorings now on sale. DUNLAP AGENTS Smith & Mattingly, The flatters and Furnishers, 117 N. Main, Butte. MONTANA UNDERTAKING COMPANY Funeral Directors Expert Embalmers THOS. LAVELL, Prop. Thos. Sullivan, Mgr. Phone 85. 125 V. Park, Butte Comnig to Settle Strike. (npeehal in Inter Mountain.) Missoula, Miarchi 11.---Sup~erintendent Rimherly telegraphs the committee of the Trades and Labor Counevl that As nistant Superintendent A. J. I.Aw is on his way to Missoula and is authorized to represent him in the settlement of the strike. Her will reach Mlsooula to tight or in the morning. Widows and Orphans. The greatest guardian of estates ls the Mutual Life Insurance Co of New York. No lawyers' fees, no techni...

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. — 11 March 1902

DAILY INTER MOUNTAIN mmaed Every Evening, Except uanday. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING CO. Address all mail to Inter Mountain Publishing company, M. A. BERGER, Manager, 31 West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Official Paper of Silver Bow county and City of Butte. SUBECRIPTION RATES. Per year, by mall, in advance......57.50 By carrier, per month................ .71 TLESDAY, MAI('H 11, 1902. A CHANGE IN THE CABINET. secretary Long's resigntiton, sub mitted to the president yesterday, makes the third change In the cabinet of President Roosevelt. It iN a matter of congratulation that Mr. Long, like the other retiring membe's, left for mat ters of persotual int 'ic and not fi oat any lark of harmony with the policy of the president. The change does nilL tome as i sutrprisw', ftr the seer'tary had intended to retire at the beginning of the late President McK inley's 1''cond teroa, but ionsinted to reniain until cer tain lines of the policy in which lie was Involved were more satisfactorily at' r...

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. — 11 March 1902

New Features in Pianos bade the constant attention of the manufacturers whose output Is rep resented In our stock and the best are Adopted, as our latest exhibits wiTi attest. We never rest content ,with the triumphs of a decade ago, but offer Instruments of the latest construction, design and finish. You may see something new If you call. It's a real pleasure for us to show you about theplace. Montana Music Co. 119 N. Main Street BARGAINS Pictures eznd Frames AT COST Montana Book Co. W. H. KLEIN, Meneger 209 N. Main St., Butte. 'Phone 294 Drawing Instruments In sets and single instruments, Blue Print and Drawing Material. 'Typewriting Papers, itibbons for all Machines. Mimeograph Supplies -Fine Stationey-Blank Books of all kinds. EVANS' BOOK STORE 124 North 'lain Street, Butte. Leading Reprints.... Of the Leading Pictures Of the World's Artists All nations. All countries. All artists represented. The Cosmos pictures, 2,000 on consignment, for just one month. Represented in these pi...

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. — 11 March 1902

KI110 INSTANTLY W rsIAx aL&rEaY MEETS DZAWK AT THE ANAOONDiA. FOUR MEN ESCAPE INJURY Wre Coming to the Surface in the Skip When It Caught Unex pectedly and Dumped. Williamn Salfkey, a stat in- tender at the Anaconda mine, is dad at the rooms of the Montana l'ndertnking company and, that Assistant Superintendo'nt George Mcetie, Forenian Guerge An drews, Mike O'Neill and Jerry O'Leary were not killed or seriously injured, is a remarkable combination of good luck and rare presence of mliid. The accident, which la cnedrr about 5 o'clock last eveting, was of a very un usual nature. The five men were com Ing to the surface from the 1,600-foot leved on the skip Instead of waiting for the regular stfely cage, and for this pur pose, the machinery at the top had been set so that the skip would not dump as it does when loaded with ore. Was Instantly Killed. All went well till the skip had reached within .', f's t of th' surface, when for some untticountazlt reason it caught and dumnIp' Int...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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