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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 22 March 1902

BUTTE INTEIt MOUNTAIN.CENTV VLXX.NO. 2BUTTD, ONAA, SATURSAW# EVENING, MARCH 22, £902. PIEFV ET STEAFRt EWIWS INTO DOCK CITY 0 SEATTLE SUDDENLY BE COMES UNONT2OLLARLE, DOING MtCE DAMAGE. SUSTAINED NO SERIOUS HARMI Eas Sir Nose Stuck in the Wharf, but She Will Probably Float OR on the Next Incoming High Tide. (By Associated Press.) Vancouver, B. t'., March 22.-The steamer City of Seattle, on her arrival here from Skagway, got beyond control as she was swinging in towards the wharf, this morning. The machinery stuck, the reverse lever being, as en gineers explained, caught on the dead center. When Captain Nicholson saw it was Impossible for him not to run through half a dozen small tugs and scows, he turned the boat to port and started ahead with the enginees at full speed. The steamer's bow went completely through the Albion Iron works' wharf and on the side knocked a couple of sloops out of her course. She tried to back, but was held fast, her nose being in only six feet of water, an...

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. — 22 March 1902

WOOt'S OPINION C10A X 8T HAVE A REDUCTION IN THE TARIFF. MORE THAN TWENTY PER CENT He Says That Unless This Is Done There Will Soon Be a Crisis in the Atairs of the South ern Island. (Bly Associated Press.) Washington. March 22.-Governor Wood holds that the contemnplated re duction of 20 per cent in the Cuban tariff is not sufficient. "The island is ready now to be turned over to the ('ubans," said General Wood at Savannah, Ga., where h" stopped on his way to Washington from Havana. "I probably will remain in Cuba Ia few weeki after the change in govet'n nents aid we will probably loep i fr ,w troops in the Island for a short timen after the change. It seems to be the wish of Cubans that we do that." theneral Wood says that til',s a gieater rcduntion in Cuban tarit oli sugar than 20 per cent Is nitl' a crisis may soon he reached in the Ishland' i a fa irs. The molli' are depin' u ing upon Ito' lnited States to git' thnm a market for their sugar and tiiaji', and they hive every riaso...

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. — 22 March 1902

Montana's Iartestlrscery Mar.21 Reduted Prices on Chaned frrlt Our extra fancy grade of canned fruit has not sold as fast as usual. We've got too much, and we're go Ing to wake a price that will reduce our stock. You may as well share the benefit as your neighbor. Re member these prices are for our extra fancy grade, the "Peacock Brand." Peacock yellow peaches, special, case, $3.75: dozen, $1.90; three cans ........... ................S0c Peacock Brand Bartlett pears, spe cIal, case, $3.90; dozen, $2.00; three cans ........... ................50c Peacock Brand apricots, special, case, $3.75; dozen, $1.90: three cans ......... ..................50c Charter Oak Brand sliced peaches extra fancy, 2 1-2 pound can; spe cial ...... ................... c Easter Brand sliced peaches, pound cans ......... ...............12 1-2c CANNED, VEGETABLES Thelma corn-we believe It bet ter than any 20c corn you have ever bought outside of this store; dozen, $1.40; can............12 1-2e Small early Jun...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 22 March 1902

DALY INTER MOUNTAIN tIened Uvery Evening, Except lunda,. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING GO. Address all mail to Inter Mountain Publishing company. M. A. BERGER, Manager, II West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Oiolal Paper of Sliver Bow County and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per year, by mall, in advance......=7.50 By carrier, per month................ .75 THE REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. This afterlilotiln 1ie 1411puiliit anii (of Ih <lty of liutte no~t in convtntionti and for mally outlined lite pJirty poliy fir the municipal campaign. The convention waas harmonious and enthusiitii , I very declaration in the pltt form rang Itru to the party piinriplts, ad l ite men nominated for altictrnwin in the various wards will mtake it gtirring t";tnlatign and ably fill their places when tluileul. The men chosen to 'ioninci thi.l party affairs have been placed at i tle heal of the republican organization of tlt. tity becausit of their exceptiontl utuallifca tionis for the dutilies at hamiii, ai...

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. — 22 March 1902

New Features in Pianos have the constant attention of the manufacturers whose output is rep resented in our stock and the best 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 real pleasure for us to show you about the place. Montana Music Co. 119 N. Main Street Removal Sale... We move about flarch 25 to new Clark building, corner of Park and Academy. One-Third Off All Goods Montana Book Co. W. II. KLEIN, Manager 209 N. Main St., Butte, 'Phone 294 Drawing Instruments In sets and single instruments, Blue Print and Drawing Material, Typewriting Papers, Ribbons for all Machines. Mimeograph Supplies -Fine Stationey-Blank Books of all kinds. 1V&Y ' BOOLK StODJ 124 North flain Street, Butte. EASTER Cards, Booklets and Easter Portfolios. Large assortment imported and do mestic Cards, Booklets and Easter Portfolios, Th...

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. — 22 March 1902

NOTICE OF BEGISTRATION. Z.ottce is lifreby givn that tie bciunda tikc o: canh registry precinct in school PiJtrict No. One (1), Silver How county, Atste ( f Montana, the name of the regis try agent for each registry precinct, the location of 'hie or her office, the date When and the hours during which the 6mee of the registry agent will be open and during which persons resicding in each JOecinct may spjior ncid be regis teled therein, are as folow s: School Registry Precinct No. 1 shall tonslst of the following descriheri terri tor% : k-eginning at a. point on the west Aide of the main road running through )Centerville, just north of Centerville sehoolhhuse; thence westerly along the center line of Sectiina 12 and 11, T. 3 N., (F1. R W., to the west line of Section 11; then'.e- north along the west line of See 0ions 11 and 2, T. 3 N., 11. 8 W., one mile; then't east one-ialf mile to ccnter of Bletion 2, T. 3 N., It. 8 W.; thicie north siong the west line of School District No. I, si...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 22 March 1902

C0OJATANT MORE LIGHT xKxIxx LaLYza CUsE TAxas ON EUXOBOaS ASPECT. WOULD NOT AMEND MINUTES Judge Harney Refuses to Complete the Records Until He Has Heard From the Supreme Court. " The proceedings which have grown out of Judge Harney's actions at the time he refused to grant Miles Finlen a new trial in the Minnie Healy case are taking on an amusing aspect. The supreme court seems to be trying to find out what Har ney did, and the latter today said he would wait until he found out what the supreme court has done lately in the matter before he would make any more moves. The situation is comical. The supreme court yesterday granted both sides, in the matter before it, until next Monday to file briefs. After that the court will probably render a decision as to what Harney did-whether he over ruled the request for another trial and then struck out the sensational affidavits charging him with having been unduly Influenced in the first trial of the case, or struck out the affidavits first a...

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. — 22 March 1902

Jili ý.. k 3t H,ý 1, =, I).J, r `ý - ýýý President Hugh Wilson of the Montana Jockey club today wired acceptances to the soeretary, starter and auctioneer en gaged for the racing mneetings in l3utte and Anaconda. Judge J. A. Murphy, who will irte! Ic, has strongly recommended IRalph A. Tozer for the position of s4e'iret:i :y and associate judge and President f Wileon has Consented to the choice. Kit C'hinn was wired this roortn:t hit his servic is as starter would be act ii I bn his terms and W. 1'. Magra ii will he the auctioneer. All three of these iftlctlls :re well known to Judge M1urphy and are pric t.icai'y his cholei . o that Ii iimo blou;; ife tion among the track oitiells it aceouril. "I received flattering iiniiiufeufelmts of Mr. Tozer," said t'resident Wilson tlday. "Judge Murphy was anxious to ha Tozer as a moan who i wiulii nork in iar mony with him and i" are irn't tI have the mntter adjusted in this iway and to please Judge MNrilmphy. "Kit Chinn is one of the l;ot ;la...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 22 March 1902

1111 INT!R HOUNTAIN'S A NANI DA D[)ARTNENT R[PUBLICANS M[ET COMMITTEES ARE APPOINTED IN EACH OF THE WARDS. TO LOOK AFTER REGISTRATION ¢incoln Republican Club Xet Last Night and Planned for Some Ef fective Work in the Coming City Campaign. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, March 22.-One of the most enthusiastic meetings that the Lincoln club has had this year was the one held last night. It was the best business session held thus far and plans were made for some good effective work be fore the municipal campaign closes. Attention was called to the fact that the democrats are on the alert as regards registration. One speaker, H. F. Errett, said that the opposition is doing eyery thing possible to get their men regis tered with the hope of carrying this election. He thought it was no time for republicans to sit down and do noth ing; on the contrary he thought every body should get to work; everybody should take it upon himself to see that his nelgh'bor Is registered and that he tu...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 22 March 1902

NEWS OF PANRMIESOR MONT1111 L)IS n IIIIIInIU PROSPECTSAN LOOKING FOR GOLD MEN DO NOT CARE TO WORK FOR DAYS' PAY. QUIT AND GO PROSPECTING Seven Thousand Locations Alleged to Have Been Made in the Thunder Mountain District-Flour Is $50 Per Sack. Reports from the Thunder Mountain district of Idaho are to the effect that all of the employes at the Dewey mill have quit working for days' pay aisl gone prospeltiag. It is " not known whether there is any truth in the re port, but it Is btulioved there is not, as the nature of the country is such that little or no prospecting can he done until the snow disappears, N% hich %1 I 'be somet time in May or June. During the wtiter snow falls itlmuot continuously in that section, and takei its lit e sneillt g after the fall coi sss. Whole Country Staked. According to .1 sliitlerint muate by Jonas Lawrence, whte is iritdited with being on'' of the ps'jlers of iths lstki t, the whole otuitry Is staked. II, says: "Alnmst evsc y foot of grouind for a r...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 22 March 1902

K SOCIETY NEWS OF MONTANA. Roseman. (Special to Inter Mountain.) B OZEMAN, March 22.-The regular meeting of the Montana State keepers society was held Monday afternoon at the domestic science depart. enent of the state college. Miss Harkins and three of her students gave lectures and practical demonstrations in cooking. Miss Harkins' subject was dessert: Miss Wisner gave popovers and birds' nets; Miss Kounts curried eggs and egg vermicelli, and Miss Mills imelets. The demonstrations and talks were excellent. There were about ninety or ninety-five present and after the cooking was con cluded the ladles inspected the kitchen, and the sewing done by the students un der Miss Ballinger. At the close of the afternoon refreshments were served. Mrs. B. T. Stanton and Mrs. J. L. Staats gave an afternoon to a large num ber of their lady friends at the home of Mrs. Staats on South Grand avenue Fri day. The guests total with them articles of needlework and kept their fingers busy while they tal...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 22 March 1902

OTr'V AND N W6 ................l ' .) E LE('TION, biennial; biennial elec ion; the changes are rung on thois tt'a words inorning, night and noon for the eoarer both aproi' ith. the more club women begin to take notice. Several of the 'lubs have held nice, (uiet elections, but in the Woman's club the bittc r t iuvs ihirltuled to take patei next Wtuneasday. flogartling delegates to the birnnilal, the wide-awake Wolff Side 1-hike aprare ('lubt is the only one which hits elveted if dtlela Its. The others are wating until afttfr the election of oft(c'erts, though what hetIring that niay have on tie eletion of bilennial deliitest no olne settos to know. Even if it ,womlan is elveet** delegate and afterwards ,fi Ullicer, she will nut take her Seat in thei clut as an tfilier until th . bilennial is a thing fit' the past. The editor of this I l etlartm''nt hat a list of thostte intiinlitg it go to the blennial as spei nf'l ors, and lif far ahem u t)3 have linally do letdd to go. (if these 30...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 22 March 1902

ý--. ".""ýCr ýý . 11II ýý K I ______________ _______________ :1 ,`b * * * COMING ATTRACTIONS. * * Sutton's New Grand. r March 23, 24, 25--"The Pride of * * Jennico." * 6X * Button's Broadway. * * March 23, muatinee and evening e Elite Stock company. * * * * Anaconda-Margaret Theater. * * March 27-"The Pride of Jen- * * nico." * March 29-"The Eleventh Hour." * *X * 5; "*** k ** ** **** ** Y **** T HE week has been an unusually quiet one at the theat"rs. Father Nugent, who was advertised to speak at the Sutton's Broadway, was lost on the road and in consequence the engagement was cancelled. The only event at Maguire's was the production of "The Man From Mexico," which played to crowded houses for three nights. While Walt Perkins was not the inimitable Willie Collier, he was clever and entertaining, and kept the house in a roar at the numerous funny situations and the bright catchy lines with which the piece abounds. A strong rinni toy supported Mr. Perkins and kept the f m going till ...

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. — 22 March 1902

01110, tI~II II ý'ý l~i!/ýr 1ý s IIATr evtry little tomits, hits been demonmstratedl in r'rtity el Mr fi.0 ith ast two weeks, for the leginnlig of every week shtwied lit Ii' in promitiet Sava. dinn~r~s, lunc'heons anti theatir parties, the ltaler' being fait ;and fnr bet wean. The past wteekI ping-pang has connse to flth rest'ue mul is hehan played by tall classes-Ithe quiet, gay, religious rtrn1 waurbly to the groat d,"ttinr~t u of unused miusilt's and lint's. This week has lain de'ldedly 01ii1, iInd trxt week rlmiia xill his in the way of gayely. Holy wit'ek is always Ili dullest Meek of the year- people have to make up for all the trait th' y hate wasted diring I'ntt i wihi they should hive beiiin repenting. It. is a t hie illilul li 'ii rwd il vtr :i days' repentance tutu (ow .w'ek, but i it 1 aiiays aiiineiplishid in sliie \0iy. For Sweet Charity. Yet this dies nit pr-ivent the anlters ifi iiisi uiiabig let miaiy fiiiillIMns to lie given aftter I:aster". Among lihurn is it hall...

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. — 22 March 1902

BABY BELLE WILLIS, KID ELOCUTIONIST. Who Charms Butte Audiences. She Ia Four Years Old, and Is the Only Child of Mr. and Mrs. S tamley Willis, and a Pupil of Mrs. W. H. Cochran. mirc. .Mtt'lirimimion on 'Thursday evening. <vii s being laid for nine. 'iii' thai was prettily decorated with 'ink carveations and smilax, while at : ii cover was found a miniature mu sicaI instrument iiil-ei with bonbons. A d llghtful musical program followed and a happy evening was spent by the guests, who were: Dr. andi Mrs. (amp bill, Mr. and Mrs. W. it. Hamilton, Miss EiKechnlc, Dr. McDonald, Mr. Ervin. --4- The Kismets Last Session. Mrs. W. W. Cheeliey was the hostess ::stc Monday for the Kismet cluiu and a d hli chtfui afternoon was passems with h, r, pr igressive euchie being a+ usual the game played. The first prize was a beautiful plate, mminted with roses in exquisite shades, lie work of Mrs. Laughlin of the club. This went to Mrs. David Reinhart who I n1 the highest score. The second prize wa...

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. — 22 March 1902

\1~ 00000 O@Cofl*OOOOOOO 000000 o009O0of0C4 0Q1 000 8-- . 000 d I %1Vooooooýoooooeoooooooooo4C OQ@UWWU99s.OOOOO, 0 W ITH the twenty-first anniver sary of the Butte Inter Moun tain, no subject comes up more pleasantly than the relations of this paper to the press of the state of Montana. Since the Inter Mountain was launched, kind words have been said of Its efforts to fill the field it served with the news, and a debt of gratitude is owed to every newspaper in the state. When the Inter Mountain was estab lished, newspapers in Montana were not as numerous as they are today, and the editors might be easily counted on the fingers of one hand. The ield has ex panded since that time, and this paper has counted each new recruit and old veteran as its friend. Two years ago, upon the anniversary of this newspaper, the theme that naturally suggested itself for a full-page illustrated story for the Saturday Inter Mountain was the editors of the various seetlans of the state of Montana. They a...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 24 March 1902

JIJTTE INTER MOUNT4IN. voL. xxI. no. 3 BUTTE, MONIANA, MO EVENItGll.G, MARCH 24, 1902. PRICE FIVE CENTS ,, -.. . . . . = , , ., . , , ,. , , . . . .. _ . . , .. .. ... -UN PLrAYS'I OLD ClOT[AU LAST [V[NING PROBABLY TWO MEN ARE DEAD AS THE REBUILT OF FIGHTS NEAR MALTA, MONT. SHOT AT CIRCLE "C" RANCH W. J. Allen War Shot Dead at the Coburn Oow Ranch and Big Bob McDonald Badly Beaten at Malta. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Havre, March 24.-As the result of two gun plays at different points In the eastern part of this county last night, one man is dead and another lies at death's door. W. J. Allen, an employe of the Cir cle "C" Coburn ranch, located 60 miles from Malta, was killed by a half-breed, whose name cannot be learned. Robert McDonald, also a half-breed, residing at Malta, was beaten over the head,-at that place, with the butt of a six shooter by W. E. Ritchie, and while still alive, may die at any time. The sheriff, county attorney and cor oner passed through this city this afte...

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. — 24 March 1902

WEtK IN CONRE[SS aorPa3cITY MIGHT KAY BE TRANIBIP ,BD TO tO.3E. RHEA IS TO BE UNSEATED Senator Proctor Will Call Up the Oleo margarine Bill Today-Several Senators to Speak on Exclusion Bill. (By Assorlated !'r'egd..) Washington, March 24.-There Is a bare possibility that the fight over the: question of Cuban reciprocity wl: be transferred to the floor of the house dlur Ing the coming week. The probabilities, however, are that the reciprocity resolutions introduced by Mr. Payne, the house leader of the man Jority, after the action of the republi'ats caucus last week, will not be aniled up until the following week, although on this point no definite decilon hias been reached as yet by the leaders. The present program is to take up the army bill, after the disposal of tlhe Monss-lthe contestetd election casel (,l Thursday. Several days e ill be' oi aunmed ill general ildebate on this bill, as the democlrat alre' IInclllls'd to us,' it as a text for sp,'eechli ill oppositionl to the pol...

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. — 24 March 1902

fortara's itrst Crocery Mar.24 Earning and Saving Some earn money easily, but find it hard to save. Others find it hard er to earn than to save it. Cash dealing induces economy, and it adhered to will cure the worst cases of thriftlessness. The difference between the prices you pay and our prices shows how easy it is to save by dealing hert. Baked Beans, plain or with tomati sauce; extra fine quality. A special snap-2-)b can 10c; 1-lb can......5c Bablbit's Baking Soda, equal to any. Pound package ................c.. lichellieu Tomatoes, the finest pack. ed-3-lti cans 17c; 2-lb cans..12,.o Breakfast Cocoa Runkel Bros. Good things please us all until we find something better. Run kel Bro., claim theirs to be the finest cocoa in the market. Their demonstrator is with us today, and will serve you with a cup and thank you for the -privilege. Try a cup and let us have your opinion. Silver Shred Kraut. Pound ....Sc Anderson's Condensed Soups, all varieties, fine as can be made-one can for ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 24 March 1902

DAILY INTER MOUNTAIN -Isued voery Eveninsl, Eo*ept Sunday. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING CO. Address all mall to Inter Montaln Publishing company, M. A. BERGER, 1Manager, 26 West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Ofliclal Paper of Bilver Bow County and City of t3utte. BUBECRIPTION RATEB. Per year, by matt, in advance...... $7.50 By carrier, per month............... .75 ILEPUBLICAN TICKET. For Aldermen. First ward-Richard Payne. Second ward-W. C. Young. Third ward-William H. Davitt. Fourth ward-W. C. Bachelor. Fifth ward-Albert C. Congdon. Sixth ward-George Porter. Seventh ward-Hiram Henderson. Eighth ward-Alexander Macaulay. J1(NIAY,.I IU'l :"1 102 FOR G00D 50VRHNMLNT. \WVth the nllIlantilng of II hilt Payne frt the vacancy In thein i'irnt i v.i',1., ;h'" riI - pubilican tiket for thlli jminng i.ltion is ttc illll et ti. If sliteo the rumtnit of 1Ist ftI'I,' I oil, 4:Ia rteI d by the deie lnII r tlt 1 ( I 4l l. . ;I11t i lIhi f.,hle attempt to Imake politicall hapiltal ·elinh ly y bi ight. "...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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