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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 3 April 1902

TI! INITER NOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA llPARTMNTI 6 THE WnrN!xN CANDrDATES * * First Ward-Charles E. Car- - riuher. e . Second Ward-Charles H. * Williams. - Third Ward-A. G. McLean. 0 * Fourth Ward-N. Knudson. 4 * Fifth Ward-Angus G. Mo- t * Donald. 4 * Sixth Ward-Otto G. Bine- 0 * hardt. 0 HUNOREDS ARE OUl IF TI~-UP OONTINUES MORE MEN GO TONIGHT. COMPLETE SHUT DOWN SOON That Will Be the Result at the Ana conda Smelters if the Butte Diffi culty Continues-Dlssatisfac tion Among Workingmen. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, April 3.-When quitting time came last night 500 men employed at the old and new vonverters were no tified that because of the shut-down of the Amalgamated mines in Butte, thus curtailing the supply of ore, their serv ices would have to be dispensed with until some future time. Unless some settlement of the Butte difficulty is made today It is probable that 150 more men employed at the new concentrator will he laid off tonight and should the tie-up continue for a few d...

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 April 1902

MN MNS AND MIAIN PROSPECTS LIJAMPSNDfINN LYODICER A NEW COMPANY IT WILL DEVELOP CLAIMS ON THE EAS: BIDE. COIMPOSED OF EASTERN MEN Carl Kleinschmidt Has Been Made General Manager-First Work Will Be Done on the Saratoga.. A new corporation known its the Butte Copper compainy has bwi'.n orIgani'zed for the purposei of wor'kinig sonme clalins in and around Paratogin anlyon, lo'iated n short distance south of the gullh in which Coilumbiaii (;ilrdens arlle sitlluated. Ex-Governor Thlomas M. Waller of ('(n- nectleut Is president of the corporation, but several Montana menl are interested In the enterprise. It in said that Ithe company has bonded and bought 36 claims In that section and will soon Hbe gin development work on thiem. The, company is capitalized at $1,000,000. ('arl Klelnschmnidt of this city has beti nll ml.' manager of operations. The inlitial work is to be done on the Haratoga claim, which lies a short distance (ast of the, property on which the Stockton com pany operated la...

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 April 1902

B.13 BINTEOaR MOUNTAIN.C.IJEN VOL. XXII. NO. 13 BUTTE. MONHANA. F e BVENING, APRIL 4, 1902. PRICE PIVE CENTS SLVERE fIGNTING IN SOUTN AFRICA IN WHICH BOERS W[ER RfPULSED Generals Kemp and Del arey Engaged By Gen eral Kltchener. BRITISHI fORCED TO ENTRENCh Canadian ifles Particularly Distin guished Themselves, Holding Their Ground Until Every Man Was Either Killed or Wounded-Lord Kitchener Reports That Fifteen Hundred Boers Participated in the Engage ment and That Losses on Both Sides Were Severe. (By Associated Press.) London, April 4.-There was severe fighting all day long March 31 In the neighborhood of Harts river, in the southwestern extremity of the Trans vaal, between part of General Kitch ener's force and the forces of Generals Delarey and Kemp, resulting in the re pulse of the Boers after heavy loss on both sides. The Canadian rifles especially dis tinguished themselves, one party, com manded by Lieut. Bruce Carruthers, holding its post until every man was killed or wounded....

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 April 1902

FORTY MINERS ARE WORKING TO RECOVER RYAN'S BODY AXES RYAN. Coroner Johnson visited the Anaconda mine at noon today for the pur pose of ascertaining what progress was helng made toward the unearthing of the body of James Rtyan, who was caught in the cave-in Monday evening. "I found that every effort has been made to recover the body," said Mt'. Johnson. "A crew of men has been at work in three shifts ever since the accident occurred and there is some hope that the body will be taken out and brought to the surface this evening." Since the accident 40 men have been working constantly to recover the mains. It is a difficult task, as there is no way of locating the body and the entire slide may have to be clear d away before the body is found and brought to the surface. Mr. Ityan was 32 years old, born and raistd in Ireland. lite came to America in 1895 and resided in Butte two years, 11 letaves a wif, ani child and two sisters in Boston. lie was a mtember in good standinig of ii Mitners...

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 April 1902

Mutana's lari st Orery,Aprl 4 The Simple Truth Is what we tell you eatch day. We use the words "fancy," "finest" and "best" oply when the qualty bearm us out, and our money is ever ready for anything bought from us aihlich does not prove satis zactory. Fruit The Navel Oranges we have are exceptionally fine, bright, ripe, sweet and juicy. Fancy Navel Oranges; per dozen, 40c., 8c., 30c., 25c., 20c. an ....150 Fine, Juicy Lemons; dozen ....15c Fancy Table Apples; box, $1.75; per pound .......... ...............%c Vegetables We have the largest and finest display of Fresh Vegetables in the city. Fancy Celery, Sweet Pota toes, Fresh Spinach, Fancy Hot house Lettuce, Fresh Tomatoes, Fine Cauliflower, Wattercress; Firm, PolkI Radishes, Fresh Chic ory, Green Onions, Strawberry Rhubarb, Fresh Cucumbers, Pars ley, Asparagus and Red Cabbage. Poultry An extra fancy lot of Young Turkeys, Ducks, Geese, Spring Chickens, Broilers and Fat Hens. Canned Vegetables Thelma Corn, better than you usually ...

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 April 1902

DAILY INTI[R MOIJNTAIN aUsted Wvery Eveulng. Maeept Sunday. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING CO. Address all mall to Inter Mountain Publishing company. 32 West Granite Street, Butte, Moot. Official Paper of Sll\(,r owv County and City of Flutlr. SUIBSCIPTION It' 'ATIS. Per year, by mail, In advance ......$7.0 By carrier, per month................ .75 REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Aldermen. First ward--Richard Payne. Second ward-W. C. Young. Third ward-William H. Davltt. Fourth ward-W. C. Bachelor. Fifth ward-Al C. Congdon. Sixth ward-George Porter. Seventh ward-Hiram Henderson. Eighth ward-Alexander Macaulay. FRIDAY. AI'RlL 4, 1902. TE BIDOWELL BROTIlRS. A story recently pihubllhed in an IEastern paper stating that th.orge Bid well of swindling fame has 'estabitshed a printing thouse at IIrtford, (Conn., where he won the crteem and ri'plct iof his fellow-rnon, has ta 7lsultirr interest to the people of BIutte, mlany of whomnl rIe member the Illdwell brothers' visit rsome three years ago, and the ...

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 April 1902

New Features in Pianos have the constant attention of the manufacturers whose output is rep resentd 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 it you calL It's a real pleasure for us to show you about the place. Montana Music Co. 119 N. Main Street Your Last Chance.... This week is the last of the 73 off Sale /3 We will be located in our New Store Next Week, Corner Park and Academy Streets, New Clark Build Ing. Remember One-Third Off All Goods This Week Only Montana Book Co. W. H. KLEIN, Manager 209 N. Main St., Butte, 'Phone 294 This Week Only Our successful book sale of last week Induces us to continue our offer for the rest of the week. Book Sale-hA Off--I/ On all our bound books (except school books). Save money and furnish library now. See Our Window of Late Rooks EVANS' BOOK STORE 124 North flaln...

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 April 1902

ASCENDINO PRICES Of PRODUCE STRAIN HOUSEWIVES' VISION Housekeepers approach the vegetable market and the green grocer's supplies these days with fear and trembling. Green vegetables are coming to herald the arrival of spring and the prices in most instances might bankrupt a Van derbilt. The green things are not only begin ning to arrive, hut they will be pruring in faster and faster and In enlarged quantities as time passes. Garden "sass" is high at present, but lower prices are promised by the dealers. There is a dearth in the market in the supply o~f potntires. T'he old potatoes from Washington randl Mrontarna are giv ing out rapidly and the c·rop of new potatoes to the Butte mnarket that three to come in yet. Prices are already high and higher quotations are, predicted. Washington potatoes Iare selling now at $1.80 per hundred and montana at $1.65 and $1.75. The Inst of the Wash Ington supply Is now in the Iuttrte mlr ket. Lutey Brothers' gronery store tlis re ceived word from he...

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. — 4 April 1902

SUITER GIVES TESTIMONY WITNmB8 BRANDS RIDDMLL'S &TAxzB ,JmII AS ]ALIR 'I MANY PAWPIOCULABB. DECLARES THE LETTERS WERE ALL FILLED BUT Zest Given to the Conspiracy Trial by Witness Who Loads More Burdens on the Dead Man in the COae-Says Paulsen's Demands Were More I'han Contractors Could Stand. J. A. Riddell's suit against Charles Bulter and George L. Ramsey to recover $8,200, alleged to have been withdrawn from the bank funds of the plaintiff by the defendants through a conspiracy to defraud the latter, was made interesting this morning at th5 trial in Judge liar ney's court 1y the denials of Charles Sulter, one of the defendants. Bulter denied the statements of Rild dell made when the plaintiff was on the witness stand. He denied anyT-onsplracy between him, Ramsey, Paulsen, who was the state architect, and Roach, another partner of Riddell. He also denied that he and the others had withdrawn funds from the Riddell & Roach accounts and the Riddell & Sulter accounts in Ram...

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 April 1902

'Im I"a w _ 0, , ~ __ New YTrk, April 4.-Charleston Is now believted to have clear sailing for the Jeffrl s-Fitzsilmllins bout. The Ameri can and Journal today pullishes a dis patch said to have been received from Los Angelhs and signed by J. J. Mc Carey, which reads: "As Fitzsimmons has failed to answer our tt.i grait of April 1, which was final, iwe withdrew il off,.rs made bIy the Cen tury Athletic chlub for the Jeffries-Fitz lmlnmons cointest." This was followed by a dispatch pur porting to have boeen signed by Jeffries, saying: "'I will box Fitzsinlmmonns at Charleston, butl they must put up at least $1(t.ot0 at onte, and forfeit saint if they fall to pull off tllh contest." Agents of the loiston Athletic club, who have b(een in this lity, have left for IImet, hilt their loffr hllls giid until S'uturday. Spokane, Wash., April 4.-Marvin Hall, the baseball player, who pitched for Spokane Iast year, has been released by the mnunage.elnnt here aindl stated to day that he has signed...

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 April 1902

TNlE IllTER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA .DPARTM1ENT * TER WINWING CANDIDATES * * . * First Ward-Charles E. Car- * * riher. S Sekoond Ward-Charles H. * * Williams. Third Ward-A. G. XcLean. * * Fourth Ward--N. Knudson. * Fifth Ward-Angus G. Mo- * O Donald. * Sixth Ward--Otto O. 3ine. * hardt. 0 ff®®®®m®®®f6f®®®f MORE MEN ARE OUT BUT TUEY FEEL IT IS ONLY FOR A SHORT TIME. CONVERTERS CLOSED TODAY Even if Engineers Be Obtained in 'Butte Shortly, Anaconda Work men Must Expect Short Lay Off. (fSpeclal to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, April 4.-It is extremely ptrobable that a large number of men will be laid off at the new works today. The Converters at the old works were com pletely closed this morning. The shut down was begun yesterday morning. The different shifts were told when quitting time came they need not return to work until notified. The case as it stands now, however, Is much more encouraging to the pleople of Anaconda than It was at fijst. Everyone looks for a short layoff, but as soon as...

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 April 1902

COPPER PRICES FOR NEARL1 _ TWELVE YEARS. The Inteh Mountain publlsiher In this issue a chart showing the fluctu tlons in the pri.e of copper for a period of nearly twelve years. The chart • very interesting and Inntructie e one and will be found very useful for ref ence and as a remembrancer, It Was prepared and published as a suppleme to the Iron Age of February 13, 1900, a trade journal of high standing a large circulation. The chart an publlahed sliown the prices of lead, tin, spelter anti forel Bessemer tin pltate, an well as domestic tinplate. The Iprc.ence of so ma lines on one sheet makes It somewhat dd4flhiult for those unfamiliar with It readily pick out the linen relative to copper, and for that reason the In Mountain reproduceis that part of the c'art whJich relates to thit metal. Th interested In getting the whole chart can obtain thr laile from the Iron A or frotl the newNdealers. The dates are given at the top of the sheet. At each end are the pr opposite the heavy hor...

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 April 1902

SBUTTE INT . MOUNTAIN. VOL. XXII. NO. 14 BUTT', MONTANA. SA Y EVENING, APRIL 5, 1902. PRICE FIVE CENTS ii~ _ _ _ i_ i__ iii i'mm un uum mua nun nu ,nnm m m mm m T'ICýINONý > y ~L\ / AT D~tvv~ v01 C 1h ? \ý . Laloc~E e.05 V~ ye,-) 9BA UNCLE: DIC tN S~UTTON NA?,ý 1ý ALv AF ,' THEATRE -. 10Vo`Craýl I 7 1 Y~~ROUBLE6` 5A1T II OI'H W )IAND AT } ~N008 N0 J I ý)II 111 / r~pý ggswse O KUvIT Op 4 J NN (U i ''I 4 : r EVE~NTS OF~ TH-E~ WEEK AS SEEN BY THE~ INTER MOUNTAIN'S ARTIST PRINCE Of WALES HAS NOT Bf[N INVITED STATED, HOWEVER, THAT HE WILL BE BY THE NEW YORK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. PROSPECT OF ACCEPTANCE Correspondence So Far Has Been of a Private and Unofficial Character L -European Commercial Bodies .Li Will Also Be Invited. I' (By Associated Press.) New York, April 5.-There is the high est authority for the statemen: that the chamber of commerce will Invite the Prince of Wales to attend the dedica tion of its new home on August or Sep tember. Negotiations of a semi-official charac ter ...

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 April 1902

AN INT[RLSTIGI TALK WITH THE SrCRETARY Of STATl G. M.HAYS DEMOCRATIC OFFICIAL WHO HAS A GOOD WORD FOR PR~ES IDENT ROOSEVELT. IMPORTANGE OF IRRIGATION TO THE COMMEIRCE OF THE WHOLE COUNTRY. WHAT LABOR AND CAPITAL ARE DOING FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF COPPER INDUSTRY OF THE STATE. MONTANA MAKINor NEW MIARKETS IN THE ORIENT - SHIPPING LIVE BEEF TO THE FAR EAST-THE FUTURE OF THAT TRADE WOOLEN MANUFACTURE IN THE STATE-AN ANNUAL WOOL CLIP OF 35,000,000 POUNDS TO EXPERIMENT WITH - LIBERAL VIEWS OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE ON MANY IMPORTANT QUESTIONS AFFECTING THE EAST AND WEST. (Special Coirelpondence.) Helena, April 4.--iHo,. (eorgre M. Ilays, Montana's secretary of state, is still a young man. He comes of Ohio stock. lls people now re side in Cleveland. He has been In rMontana 19 years, long enough to le come an Important factor In the atffIra of the state. No one ran talk with hlim was entirely Informal and what he had to say not made with any intentions of poulelt,'tioin, It was at the samne ...

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. — 5 April 1902

Mintas's larlest OrcrArll 5 Please Notice Our Fruit Window We have a fine lot of Navel Or anges, Lemons,. Tangerines and Blood Oranges, all on the branches, as cut from the trees. It will surely make you long for some of the lus cious fruit direct from the the or chards. So notice our special prices: Sweet, juicy Navel Oranges-direct from the orchards-dozen, 50c, 40c, 30c, 25e, 20c and............15c Fancy Lemons, dozen, 20c and..16c Fresh Apples, box, $1.75 and..$1.26 Vegetables Fancy Lettuce, pound...........le Bright red Radishes, extra large bunches, 10c or 8 for........... 9c Green Chicory, bunch ............Sc Green Onions, 8 large bunches..10c Snow white Cauliflower, pound .....................81-8, New Potatoes, pound.........12%c Hothouse Cucumbers, each.....20c Fresh Asparagus, pound......17%c Fancy Celery, bunch, 8 1-3c and.Sc Poultry As usual we have a splendid se lection of Turkeys, Geese, Ducks, Hens, and Spring Chickens. Fresh Oysters, dozen...........20c Candy Candy ...

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 April 1902

OULY INTER MOUNTAIN 1sued !mv i. Emep t Sunsdy. INrTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISfINO to. Address all mall to Inter Mountain Publishing company. 32 West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Omcial Paper of Silver Bow County and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION RtATES. Per year, by mail. in advance......$7.50 By carrier, per month.............. .75 REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Aldermen. First ward-Richard Payne. Second ward-W. C. Young. Third ward-William H. Davitt. Fourth ward-W. C. Bachelor. Fifth ward-Al C. Congdon. Sixth ward-George Porter. Seventh ward-Hiram Henderson. Eighth ward-Alexander Macaulay. SATUUIAY, A'1U11 1902 ILLLGAL RIOISTRATION. Illegal registration has Iben lpra:eti'ed to an alirming extent in the prl sent city camnpalgn. Yesterday the reluhliean city central commnlltlelt rolundh',id tip ia gang of suspects, an'd out of tt,, lot secured the dulpes of the I mllrill watrd-heelers. The men will tIe punlished as they deserve, and the citiz'ens whose self-respect leads then to) (c'iondemllltn such...

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 April 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 constructlon, design and finish. You may see something new It you calL It's a real pleasure for us to show you about the place. Montana Music Co. 119 N. Main Street Your Last Chance.... This week Is the last of the /3 Off Sale I/3 We will be located in our New Store Next Week, Corner Park and Academy Streets, New Clark Build. ieng. Remember One-Third Off All Goods This Week Only Montana Book Co. W. H. KLEIN, Manager 209 N. Main St., Butte, 'Phone 294 This Week Only Our successful book sale of last week induces us to continue our offer for the rest of the week. Book Sale-I/3 Off--'/3 On all our bound books (except school books). Save money and furnish library now. See Our Window of Late Rooks EVANS' BO011K STORE 124 Nor...

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 April 1902

ROAST FUREY, PET DICKSON XUMANE SOCIETY TAKES AN INNING WITH THE SHERIFF ITS VIOTIM. DICKSON EXONERATED BUT SAYS HE COLLECTED After Putting in His Bill for Salary Which Society Couldn't Pay, Special Officer Gives Notice That He Had Already Collected Major Portion of His Wages. Members of the tSocl',ty for the 'Pre ventlon of ('urCelly to Anijlls are of the opinion that prevention sh.ould begin at home, and to that elln they are tak ing trlong lImetIsure to priv(ent what they allege is cruelty of inlustite in fli1ted upon Slpeitl (cIflecir J. II. lDick son at the instance of the shl rlff's of flee. At a mneting of the Ixe uttive board of thi sori ty held lasit night. a set of resolutions was nlltlrioltlu'.ed, which shtow that the society is, after tlihe s.hetrff with a sharp sttick and that It doets nlIt coin sider this cruelly, either. Among other lthlings lhe so51 iet y re solved that the sheri ff's (chargIs aga inst their spacial olilver wire false alnd that the said sheriff be by...

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 April 1902

WIFE ELOPED WITHTHEARMY COZPar'S ANDSOZE x.008 AN ATTRACTION FOR MRS. ROSS RAGO. DESERTED HUSBAND IN COURT TO ASK DIVORCE atgo Tells Judge Clancy Why He Couldn't Make Home Pleasant for His American Wife After the Tramp Brigade Was Forited-Court's Mild run at Plaintiff's Expense. I. . Many an evil thing is charged to Coxey's army. This morning a new one Was added to the old record when Ross mtago, an Italian, told Judge Clancy that the army got his wife away from him. Rago was suing his wife, 4 nnie Rago, for a divorce for desertion, and he de blared that the woman had run away with Coxey's army and Teft him lament ing. The witness stated that he and his wife Were married in Washington in 1892 and that she forsook him at Spokane in 1894, decamping with the brigade that joined Coxey's soldiers from that city. , Rago was asked if he knew Annie )iago. He grinned and said he did. "What is she to you?" the lawyer asked. "My woman," he replied. "Your wife?" "Yes." "What became of her?" "Sh...

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 April 1902

00~a / ýJ iý ý i Kansas City, April .--IT. C. Hlrsehy, with a handicap of 29 yards, today won the Grand Amierican handi;cap and thus became the chalmpion wing shot of America. The last man to stand up with him in the shoot-off out of the 14 men who had clean scores yesterday, was C. 0. Spencer of St. Louis, also a 29-yard man, who finally failed to kill his fifty-third bird. Spencer will ree'lve second mnoney, R. O. Ileikes of Dayton. ()hio, third, J. D. Pollardl, Chicago, fourth, and J. L. Owen of Cushing, Okla., fifth. The race, which was for 25 birds, pro\ved to he one of the nmost sensational in the annals iof shooting tourllrlnllcents. The shroot-off today began with lrilght and hcear weather, but, with a hard wind blowing. The 14 men who began the final race this morning were. it. W. Cool, Aledo, lll.: Guy V. Deering, (c'mln bus, Wis; C. Ci. Spencer, St. Louis; (U. B. I). Darby, Philadelphia: R. O. Helkes, Dayton, Ohio; George A. Roll, Illuo Island, Illinois; L. J. Squhir. Cin...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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