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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 5 April 1902

Tllt ITI NOURTAIN'S ANACONIA DARTflNT " 4 * 4 4 THE WINNING CANDIDATES , * First Ward-Charles E. Car- 4 * riher. 4 * Seoon4 Ward-Charles I. 4 * Williams. 4 * Third Ward-A. G. McLean. 4 * Fourth Ward-N. Knadson. * * Fifth Ward-Angus 6. Mo- 4 " Donald. 4 * Slrth °Ward-Otto G. Sine- 4 " hardt. 4 4* ********* se****** THEY FDLEA DEFEAT. Democrats in Desperate Straits in the Fifth Ward. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, April 5.-Democrats of the Fifth ward have practically given up all hope of electing their candidate for al derman. They are confident now, at loast the most of them, that Angus G. McDonald. the republican nominee, will win. But as a last desperate resort they have been energetically circulating the report that Mr. McDonald would withdraw, which is without the slight est foundation of truth. The democrats have gone further than that by carry ing tales to Mr. McDonald that some certain republicans were knifing him, and even went so far as to say that Chairman Templeton...

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 April 1902

DROP IN EAST COLUSA ORIFT IECTION OF SURBACE WEAKENED BY WATER SUDDENLY FIRST NEWS SAID TWENTY MEN HAD BEEN KILLED Portion of burface Thirty by Twenty Feet SBlmped Away-The Hole Is Within a Few Feet of a Dwelling ..eport That Men Perished Under Grund Caused Wild Excitement. P'art of Ihe surface of the east drift of the 300-toot 1ev-l or the Eiat 4'olusa mine at Meader"Ilt..- d ir-ii 1,up 4 441 ,Trlout It o'tloo~k last night and iitusL4-d great excitennout among tIhe- 0 id-uts. of the town For 4111 hour or two. No one was Injuired'cd 44114 111 Mttiiiii44 darmuge to prope1'rty r-aul-te. The point of the d~·presi4iinl war Silver' Dow ereek, whic'h ilows '(tiling til lowest part ot the v'a lIle y41ll' e Iais ofh tlin st rel' od the town. When the oplelnlljing wasii that dii irwo'.' 11(4 some (r114 stvdtt4'd tit(- ilellirt tha4t the cave or dvjir4-hiln haul 4xloitele to the level below0 tilit( kililei 201 utieti lbt ii so happened thaltno one( 1 h141- 144 Ien- 44 0441k in that iai t of14...

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. — 5 April 1902

SOCIETY NEWS OF MONTANA. i000000000000Hi000000OOO. O OO0*iO.O000. . i NO .0. 2ig Timber. (Special to Inter Mountain.) IG TIMBER, April 5.---C. R. Mur dock, manager of the Standard Mining company at Contact who has been spending some weeks in Butte, was in town Wednesday, returning to Butte in the afternoon. Mrs. Dr. W. A. Moore has returned from Missoula. While en route home Mrs. Moore sto~ped over in Helena to visit friends. Hnrry Ratff, formerly a resident of this city but now of Absarokee, was greeting friends in town this week. Minnie Stubblefield was down from school at Boleman to spend Sunday with her mother and sisters. IE. H. and E. M. Cowles were down from their camp at Independence this week. and went over to Butte Wednes day. Mrs. Walter Aitkin, who visited friends there the fore part of the week, returned to Livingston Wednesday. H. O. Hickox has been appointed post master at Melville. At a meeting of the band, which was recently organized, T. R. Lanpihear was elected se...

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. — 5 April 1902

/fl ~' all one h1 a l', In the t'l aur , "Iill every dai y m aore 4,1011) w Vi. i.'n itntt.IIII |'.' their ilntention of al, ttllendingl the bhhllial. An 1effo rtII \\ill her Imaidt to in1u'In ' the club (womni ' to all go on one lin,, but lfrom"llll Ih 1xrl''sion of opinion every line rulnning out of Bi iI|s e w ill h,.e aboulll t ,,vi-lnly piatroni x'l , I. M any hav' elth(,r \written orI telegra: phel f 'r ro.,m,: In Lo. .\Ing1"ls. A llmajoritly \ill leave on the 2i5th so as. to reach Los A t hg'il's in I (. 11to r s',t I 'l't're the ,ll - paign begins. Mention \w c made in;11 h the4 1' Atl l 1. h tihl gift o1 f th1 I ',''nsw((ood( W omaIIIIIa' club of Chicago to the 1lakel' Vie'w ligh schoo. l of ita Ilnhrllooml ;:t,;11'ae ,of :t' c u.it dit ing. ,ll ,1 1lpersons. l 111 re 1,l 11i11 will e, fi' sh111 e ) lunch o s at actual eggs on toalst 3 | 'enIS, ie rne,( he of h 'lsh ) rents, rolls 2 r,(nlls, loaoll 'po ns c. nts, fruit jelly andt w\\hil)pp I (r onin 5 rents, hot 'orn brl (a...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 5 April 1902

II I Ill r * OmING ATWATION. * O * Sutton's oiaOdway. * , April 6 and 7-Rome Coghlan in * O "Forget-Me-Not," and "Lady * 4 Barter." 4> Arl l 8 and 9-John Ckrlth in "A * * lng's RIBvai." O April 11 and 12-The Frederick 4 O Warde company. 4 Maguire's Grand Opera. * C April 6-The Bandmann stowck O company in "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. O 4 Hyde." * Union Family Theater. * S' 'Dark. 4 * Anaconda-Margaret Theater. * O Tuesday, April 8-Rose Coghlan. 4 4' Thursday, April 10-Frederick O O Warde. 4 >4000>4- > 4) 4> . 04> DuAJ4IV c~A?:r)pV1 ! h, Y; R j\ HE theater-goers of Butte have had a dull time during the last few weeks, for there has been nothing first-class on the boards. But the coming week times will change as some good shows are booked for both leading theaters. At the Broadway, Sun day night the celebrated Rose C'oghliin will appear in "Forget-Me-Not," with an excellent company. Monday night she plays "Lady Barter," with a curtain raiser entitled, "Between Matinee and Nig...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 5 April 1902

- / .d_____________________ (I1 II ( il" p( ;07ý O L AST Sundaly was suppo.sed to us icr In the gentle, balmy spring, and really thereo has been a regul, ' Itiley "Spring feelilng In the air" at Intervals during theL past week. 'Th dress parade which generally marks thei release front restralinl known as Easter, was not a marked success, so few saw fit to don the robes of ga:yety and the hats of Paris. Perhaps that was because it amlne so, nuch earltier this year; but many were the comments and many the reasons advanced therefor. It really was funny, even\l in c'hurch, to se the women icome in; if they W.e, resplendelnt In ne1w fIlnery they p ia.c.kid up the aisle riretly well to the front, with a rustle of silk which atiraiited 'veryonl's eyes. If ithey hal on their w hinter halts, or worse yet, one of last year' vin tage, , they side stepped in with a mneek anll lowly air quite in kieepling with the idillie, but sadly out of pla tion Easteir day with the avieraget' wouan. At ally ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 5 April 1902

MIS CA AIL LE GARNI.B, Daughter of the Mayor of Livingston. Mrs. Theodore Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Bain Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Davids, Mr. and 'Mrs. Albert Harmon and Mr. and hMrs. Jerry Peterson. -4-+ Hodgens Dinner for Mrs. Largey. One of the beautiful dinners of the week was the one given on Thursday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hodg ens at their handsome home on West Broadway, complimentary to Mrs. Lulu Largey. Choice cut flowers trimmed the parlor and dining room. The table held a splendid arrangement of meteor roses and spirea placed in loose clusters in the center of the table. Monogram name cards were laid at each cover. The guests were: Mrs. Lulu Largey, Mr. and Mrs. Frank McGinn of Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Turner, the host and hostess. For Miss Helen McKaehnie. Last evening Dr. Hall entertained at a handsome dinner, as a compliment to Miss Helen McKechnie, who will leave this evening for her home in Toronto, where she will the latter part ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 5 April 1902

gg C2 O a Dul 4c C, (Special Correspondence.) d, LIVINGSTO N, April 5.--The melan- s choly days are past for Livings ton. The days when the citizens I wonderer if the town would a ever really amount to anything or . would have for its own the experience it of many other Western towns which b hiave thriven for a few years, then ti come to a standstill anld are today scarcely more thain a n.memory of flush tines, are no more so far as this city i, is concterned. The citizens have now the comfortable f(eeling that Livingston is hire to stay i and to continue ill prosperity. This is not the spirit of hope, iIlnd, h.eadilog, exuberant; living uponl Ignorance, tit to chase the swallows with the salt; it is open-cyetd faith, built upon experl ence aind a kniwh tlig of the elements that go to make a Ipe nlloltllt ilad ros perous commlllunily. t As a matter of fact Livingston always has been a good to\itn. From the tint the first tents woerl pitched and the town given the nato of ('lark c'it...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 7 April 1902

unwr mantn teotion aulletlna Tonsbt6 lte·L Yountatna aItlam tlas, Teoas ýt º i I3 tr ouantWan Nlection Bulletins Tonifht. B TTE INT MOUNTAIN. .f VOL. XXII. N. 15 BUTTE. MONTANA. MnIIAY EVENING, APRIL VT, I902. PRICE P CENTS RElPUBLICANS CLAIMIN(i VICTORY. IN SEVEN WA"DS Deputy Sheriffs and Deputy Constables Are Doing Their Duty While the County Attorney Fearlessly Interposes iii Behalf of Honest Voting---Many Attempts of Democratio Repeaters to Vote Illegally In the Fourth and Sixth Wards. JAM[S WHIIFltID COMMITS SUICIDE (By Associated Press.) Kan s City, Mo., April 7.-James Whitfield, president of the Western Baseball league and for many years sporting editor of the Kansas City Star, committed suicide at his home here to day. He arose and dressed himself and then, without making any remark, stepped to the next room and fired a bullet into his right temple. He was dead when members of his family reached him. Mr. Whittfleld's suicide is laid to over work and worry over finanrial matt...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 7 April 1902

FOR A N[W TRIAL PASSED UPON BY BRDORDO R 0017 IN GENEIA ISRBU8IONS. ABOUT PATRICK'S SENTENCE It Will Take the Best Part of Coming Bummer to Oamplete Transcrib ing the Record and Reach Supreme Court. (By Assnciatcd Press.) New York, April 7.-What may be his last Sunday in the Tombs, was spent quietly by Albert T. Patrick. He had no visitors. Neither of his counsel, or his wife called and the convicted mur derer of William Marsh Riee passed his time reading and writing except during the religious services which he listened to front behind the bars of his cell. Patrick will be taken before Recorder Goff, in the general sessions today for sentence of death. His counsel will make a formal motion for a new trial and for a stay of sent ence, pending appeal and both of these will probably be denied. A few weeks ago P'atrick said he. would address the court himself when the opportunity came, but he now s:ic;l he has abandoned 4his intenti-'n. Court of Appeals. According to the law tite- sent...

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. — 7 April 1902

Meatama's larst Orocary,AprI 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 ycu 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, 80c, 25c, 20c and............15c Fancy Lemons, dozen, 20c and..15c Fresh Apples, box, $1.75 and..$1.25 Vegetables Fancy Lettuce, pound...........25c Bright red Radishes, extra large bunches, 10c or 8 for...........25c Green Chicory, bunch............c Green Onions, 3 large bunches..10c Snow white CaulifloWer, pound .....................81-3, 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. — 7 April 1902

BAILY INT[R MOUNTAIN Dlued Uverr Iventns. rxeept IunGhs. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING CO. Address all mail to Inter Mou:*.aln Publishing company. M West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Official Paper of Silver now Covtn.y and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per year, by mall, In advence......$7.50 By carrier, per month ................ .75 REPUBLICAN TICKET. For AldJrmen. First ward-Richard Payne. Second ward-W. C. Young. Third vrard-Willlam H. Davitt. Fourth ward-W. C. Bachelor. Fifth ward-Al C. Congdon. Sixth ward-George Porter. Seventh ward-Hiram Henderson. Eighth ward-Alexander Macaulay. MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1902. KLEP COOL. These are times for republicans to exercise a great deal of forbearance. At the polls today in particular they should keep cool. The indications arei that it will be a time for self-control. Our friends the enemy have placed them selves In an attitude to sustain which they may easily conclude that desperate tactics will best serve their purpose. The manifest regist...

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. — 7 April 1902

New Features in Pianos have the constant attention of the manuflaturers whose output is reD 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. Yot 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. Mal Street Your Last Chance.... This week is the last of the '/3 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--/3 Off--/3 On all our bornd books (except school books). Save money and furnish library now. See Our Window of Late Rooks EVANS' BOOK STORE 124 North fl...

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. — 7 April 1902

HOW ELECTION W[NI BY WARDS DURIN6 IHTN fORtOON (From the Inter Mounta.l's 2 o'Clock Election Dsy Zztra.) CONTEST AT WALKERVILLE. SThe election in Walkerville gives Spromise of being one of the closest ever .held in the Hill ('lty. A little less than '400 voters were registered and over 500 'of these will be cast ere the polls close at 6 o'clock. The demo-pop ticket claims a small majority over the citlzens' ticket, but ao close is the contest that not until the Votes are counted can the resulllt Ie called dlefinite. There is no local issue hliween the two declaring In favor of a ewe.r eys tern for Walkerville a aiid al o, vltai Itreets. The citizens' tIcket is halded by Loulls Galnor for mayor antid his opltloonnt onI the democratic-populistl. thket Is Michael Murphy, a miner. GAINER LOt)KS (t1}oD............ The friends of Mlr. (iLnor preldict hl. celectlon even if the reI of the ,itliziInS' ticket Is defeated. The other democratic candidates are Archlie Heig for city tr:Isurer; Ja...

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. — 7 April 1902

DARLINiS Of A PR[ITY WOMAN ASTONISH D[POT LOUNIGRS Bhe etppe' briskly from an lnom iag t .in tits attewoon at the Great Northern depot and tripped into the ladles' waiting-room. She carried a large, covered basket in one hand and a grl baby. toddled t ther heels. Although young and pretty, she would probably hrave passed unnoticed had It not been for a pect.iar whine that came from beneath the lid of the basket she carried. "Well, that's a new one on me," re marked the yardmaster, as the Iwhine from the basket 'became more audible. "I've heard of batsles being carried in almost every style, but never before bave I seen a dinner basket used for tlhat purpose." The Crowd "Rubbered." By this time the mother had reached a seat in the waiting-room and care fully reeted the 'basket. She gave little heed to the small girl, who, unable to keep pace with her mother, had fallen behind and was sadbling. "T'.e girl don't seem to have much care," said one of the onlookers, "but I reckon the moth...

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. — 7 April 1902

IN, .B ImB A j3) ýA v J "JC v New York. April 7.-The Brighton InBeach Ilaiing lassaiition is to have one of the handsomest, hest appolinted and most conspiculnous clab houses that can be erected. It will hav\' a frontage of 100 feet and he three stories high. The oflices of the i.:soilalion, with rooms for owners and trailners ii d Jocke'ys will be on the first flour. Danny lI)uighertyi, Mctovern'.i spar Jailt iimor, i',f'ire the lImperial Althle.i club. They will go 15 rounds at Itl J;ack (lral . tIhe AI meri~nn blo. r, wr'ho almost put 'l'oi ('or'ioranii out of the business at iav\.an;Ih nonce days ago. Is going to tlake iiianother t'ilp to Smith Africat. (r:ti' has I o n in hin v 'iry iIn llutry on the globe aInd is a 'er'y i\is. propl'lil tion. Judging by Ith way he leat Up Corcoran lihe must lhave bien i.taking l' sons fromn tlhe 3.t';agV'cI. Chicago, April 7. Al W Inig, the liuf t'alo pugilist, wliIJ make a disl',rati'iv hard tight against Ehile ('arter it the American Athletl...

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. — 7 April 1902

THN INTER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA D!P ARTMlNTi " First Ward-Charles E. Oar- f Sriher. S ISecond Ward-Charles H. f 4 Williams. * Third Ward-A. G. o. lean. r Fourth Ward-N. Knudson. f ! Fifth Ward-Angus G. Mo- 9 4 Donald. f * Sixth Ward-Otto G. Sine- f * hardt. f BUTT[ PRESBYTERY SBESION WILL OPEN IN THIS CITY NEXT FRIDAY. INSTALLATION OF DR. GWYNN As Pastor of Anaconda Presbyterian Church to Take Place Next Bun day-Prominent Ministers to Be Here. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, April 7.-On next Friday an important session of the Butte Presby tery will convene in the Presbyterian church in this city. The meeting will continue through Saturday, closing on the evening of that day. Prominent Presbyterian ministers of the. state will be present to participate th the proceedings. On Sunday Rev. Mr. Gwynn. formerly pastor of the Presbyterian church at Dillon, will be installed as pastor of the Anaconda Presby, erlan church. The family of Rev. Gwynn is expected to arrive in the city this ...

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. — 7 April 1902

NEWS OI STORIES or . MONTANA IN ININ6 PROSPECTS MAND CAMPS ..I IILPROD1,ERs1I MAY CARVE WAO[S TEAT IB WHEAT . J. STEVENS OF MICHIGAN SAYS. SPEAKS OF COPPER OUTLOOK Bays It Is Difficult to Determine Whether the Consumption of the Metal Is Greater Than / the Output. Boston, May 7.-Horace J. Stevens, as sistant co.mml·aloner oIf mlinorl l ntal;lie'R for the state of Michigan, is in Ilot.ton. In speaking of the copper outlook, he says: "The 'ost of mlaking rolllpper has in Creased maternally in thei last flve yearl's in the Lake Sulperior district, and in all other American districts ;is well. Wag's are higher; all raw manteril Is higher, and a periodl of prosperity has hbred more or less extravagli 'e. I look to seo a re duction in wage.s ii the I,' ke district during the preslnl ytar. In fact, I an not ree how a rilductltion 'an lle avoided in the ('lse of llmany of thi e mines. "The showing made by the allnual r' ports oIf the lake millning 'colnIltis al ready given out is dillsappoi...

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. — 8 April 1902

SBUTTE INTJ 1 IVINMOUNTAIN. VOL. XXII. NO. 16 BUTTE, MONTANA. TOIU AY EVENING, APRIL 8, 1902. F j . FIVB CENTS PR[SIDINT ROtWS[LT AND ARTY ROYALLY ORE[TED AT CHARLESTON 07IOB3 OOMING INTO THE CITY A TRIP WAS TAKEN IN A REVENUE OUTTER. COMMANDER IN CHIEFS SALUTE Formal Ceremonies Will Take Place Tomorrow on the Exposition Paracie Ground, When the President Will Present the Sword to Major Jenkins --pecial Reception Accorded Mrs. Roosevelt. (By Associated Press.) Charleston, S. C., April 8.-The hope of President Rosevelt last night that he might see sunshine in the morning was fully realized. The downpour of rain which had marked the trip almost from the moment of departure, had ceased and the day broke with a cloudless sky. The president and Mrs. Roosevelt were early risers. At Summerville, 24 miles from Charleston, the party was met by a special committee headed by Mayor Smyth, Captain F. W. Wagner and J. J. Hemphill, who accompanied the presi dent on the remainder of the journey. Al...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 8 April 1902

CONTINUE THE WAR 50U28 LAVE NO NOTON OF GIV ING UP ITW AWEILE. BURGHERS' MANY ILLUSIONS Hope That Great Britain Will Finally Become Engaged in War in the Far East-Can Hold Out Four Years. (By Associated Press.) The Hague, April 8.-There -is -little faith among the Boer sympathizer here that peace Is Imminent In South Africa. Hearts are hardened In conse quence of the conferences held here and at Utrecht, and the Boer envoys and ref ugees are asserting in a louder key than ever that the war will last four years longer and that there can be no peace without independence. The credulity of the burghers in South Africa is matched by the assumption of their agents here,that their deliverance is coming from England's foreign com plications when there is not a cloud in the sky. Illusion Dispelled. When the three Iloer commissioners were sent to America, it was atssulnd that a good case would be made out for an Investigation of military conduct of the war and the shipment of supplies ot hors...

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