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NEWS OF THE COPPER. CITY.
INTER MOUNTAIN'S SPECIAL SERVICE. KLLFOR IUTKINLEÏ COMMITTEE OF THREE HUNDRED TO RECEIVE HIM. A ROYAL GOOD TIME FOR ALL Best Men of the City Will Have Charge of the Reception—Excursions From Out of Town Points—Novel Flan of Captain Hallahan—Busy Work to Get Ready. (Special to Inter Mountain.) - 'Anaconda, May 11.—The citizens of Anaconda are going to give President McKinley and party a most royal wel come when they reach the Copper City. To be sure, nothing is to be done by halves, and while everyone regrets that the itinerary made up for the western tour of the presidential coterie will only permit of a brief stop in this city, a re ception will be accorded the distinguish ed guests, which, after' they have gone, they can recall with pleasant memories. The executive committee, which CDn fsists of John W James, chairman; Mayor Stephens, ex-Mayor Madden. J. C. English, David Cqhen, sr., M. B. Hen dricks and W. B. Webb have been busy since last Monday night arranging the preliminaries and appointing appropri ; ; First Class Bargains in Real Estate, ! ; and Now is the Time to Invest. « > 1 * $1,500 buys an eight-room house ' > on East Fourth street, one block from Main. Lot, 50x140. $525 buys a two-room house on Elm street, between Sixth and Seventh street. Lot 25x140. ^ t > Can furnish you with first-class & insurance of all descriptions. ^ * R. de B. SniTH I Opposite Montana Hotel, Anaconda ^ The Daly Bank and Trust Com pany of Anaconda. Anaconda, Montana. General banking in ail branohes. Sell exchanges on New York, Chicago, St. Paul, Omaha, San Francisco, etc., and draw direct on the principal cities of England, Ireland, France, Germany and the Orient. Deposits of $1.00 and up ward received. Correspondents NATIONAL CITY BANK.....New York F1KST NATIONAL BANK......Chicago FIRST NATIONAL BANK......St. Paul OMAHA NATIONAL BANK.....Omaha BANK OF CALIFORNIA.San Francisco JOHV R. TOOLE, President. Vf. B. GREENWOOD, Vioe-Prest. LOUIS V. BENNETT, Cashier. F. C. NORBECK, Asst. Cashier An Easy One $000 cash and balance of $700 onî time will buy a 7-room plastered} house; lot 50x100; water in house. M. J. f itz Patriok Phone 67. hi E. Com. Ave. Margaret Theatre, Anaconda H. F. Collins, Mgr. One night, Sunday, May 12. First ap pearance of the World's Great ( est Spectacular Dancer. La Loie Fuller In her original marvelous creations, "The Archangel" and "The Tempest," "Lily Dance," "Lightning Dance," "Fire Dance,' in which will be seen the^famous 1,000— yard silk dress—1,000. In conjunc tion with a 20—company of high-class players—20, who will present the charm ing comedy, "An Accidential Sweet heart," and the screaming farce, "His Last Chance," in which will be introduc ed refined and unique specialties. 10— European Electricians—10. Tons—Me chanical Effects—Tons. S^ats on sale at Smith Drug Store Fri day, 9 a. m.. \ Margaret Theater, Anaconda Wednesday, May 15, Charles H. Yale's kaleidoscopic mechanical spectacular eurprise, THE EVIL BYE Or the Many Merry Mishaps of Nid and the Weird, Wonderful Wanderings of Nod. Management of the author, Sidney R. Ell 1 !«, with all its wealth of novelty and sumptuous surroundings. Great cast, Including Chas. A. Loder, Mayme Mayo, Tomy Elliott and the brothers Boranl, the famous Phasey troupe, the wonderful Electric Ballet. All the marvelous fea ture« and novelties which have made this play and productions the talk of the town. Regular prices. Seats«n sale Monday, t a. m. aate committies for the occasion. The committee held, several meetings yes terday, and at the adjourned citizens' meeting held at the city hall last night reported a full list of committees, about 300 names in all, to take charge of the various departments. The report from the executive commit tee was read, and it was then requested by Mayor Stephens that those named upon the several committees should take action at once and meet at the city hail tonight at 8 o'clock to effect a thorough organization and at once proceed to work. It was urged that it is of special im portance that the finance, invitation, transortation and printing committees should proceed with their work imme diuately. There undoubtedly will be a great many visitors in the city on that day from surrounding communities who will come to see the president, and the opinion is expressed that the city should extend an invitation to the citizens re siding outside the city to come here. The executive committee last night disposed of the matter of arranging for a ladies' reception committee to enter tain the female members of the presi dential party. The ladies' committee will consist of the wives of the gentle men who constitute the general recep tion committee, who are to meet and organize upon the call of Mrs. L. G. Smith, who has been delegated to per form that function. One of the features of the president's reception will be a company of young boys, numbering 15 in all, dressed in military attire, under the command of Capt. Hallahan. The young men will each carry guns captured from the Fili pino army, which are trophies brought home from the Philippine islands By Capt. Hallahan himself. While here the president and Mrs Mc Kinley will undoubtedly be presented with an appropriate souvenir made ot copper and artistically designed. M. B. Greenwood has been selected as custodian of all funds collected to de fray the expense of the reception. NO SETTLE MENT YE T IN SIGHT Machinists Holding Important Meet ing Today, But Foundry Trouble Is Not Declared Off. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, May 11.—Dan McDonald, the labor leader, and a committee of the striking machinists held a conference with Superintendent Hickey for about an hour yesterday afternoon, but failed to arrive at any definite conclusion as to the matters at issue between them. The strikers held a meeting last night, and have beçn in session nearly a'.l day, but their deliberations had amounted to nothing up to 3 o'clock this afternoon, at which hour no steps had been taken toward calling the strike oft President O'Connor of the machinists' union said -this afterj)OQn' that he dil not believe that a settlement would be made today, yet it might happen to night. The main contention now seems to be that Superintendent Hickey absolutely refuses to take back some of the men who struck. So far as wages are con cerned, the company has granted every thing asked for, but with the foundry running as an ordinary repair shop, Mr. Hickey declares that he has not suffi cient work to take on more men, and be sides, he undoubtedly intends to choose whom he shall employ, and not allow the union to dictate to him. TAKE IN TH E GUN T OURNAMES Local Shotgun Champions Will Con test for State Supremacy at Great Falls. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, May 11.—A half dozen 01* more members of the Anaconda Gun club will pack their grips and hie them, selves away to Great Falls next Wednes day evening, where they will participate in the state tournament, to be held in that city on Friday, Saturday and Sun day. Among those who are going are several of the most prominent members of the local gun club, all of whom are expert at dropping the biue rocks. If any of the gun sharps from other parts of the state think for one moment that they will have a snap, they want to go up against the crowd from the Copper City and -take notice how badly they were mistaken in their calculations after They have done so. Among those who have designated their intention of going to Great Fads are Frank Kiepe-tko, president of the Anaconda club; B. D. Mahan, L. G. Smith and H. H. Nell. C. A. Tuttle, Avho haa been In the east for several months, is expected home in about ten days, and he will Stop 5s F. L. Graves, Pres. **! i William Roe, Vice Pres. jv. A. L. Stone, Cashier. I State Bank of Dillon | Incorporated August 1, 1899. J I Capital $50,000, Dillon, Mont. | If; A general banking business trans- $ If acted. Correspondence solicited. ÿli X Director: F. L. Graves, William 1^ Roe, Martin Barrett, Joe Shineber- s* If ger, A. F. Graeter, A. L. Stone. $ if Ù) B. F. «NUE. Pres. I. A SULLIVAN, Cash. First National Bank OF DILLON, MONT. Capital and 5urplus $150,000.00 A Oeneral Banking and Exchange! Business Transacted. Correspond ence Solicited. A Cough, Pneumonia, Weakened Lungs, Consumption. It's a short story ; but stop ' at the first chapter by using j Acker's English Remedy It will cure your cough at once and prevent Pneumonia. It will heal your sore lungs and will positively cure Con sumption. But what is the use of getting to that stage ? " I always reccommend Acker's Eng lish Remedy for coughs and lung trouble. It is the best medicine I have handled in my 14 years experience. Ii has cured every case where tried." A. B. Cook. Druggist, Bellefontaine. O. Write to us for testimonials and free illustrated book on Consumption. Said at gftc, AO • and SI.eft a bottle. If you are not aattifled return the bottle to your druggist, and get your money bark. W. H. Booker A Co., Propre,, But'alo, N. Y, off at Great Falls to attend the tourna ment. Several members of the Anaconda club contemplate attending the Pacific Northwest tournament to he held at Walla Walla, Wash., next month. FIRST BASEBALL OF THE YEAR Good Game Scheduled for Tomorrow— All the Fans and Rooters Are Expected to Attend. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, May 11.—The first base ban game to be pulled off at Anaconda Lake park this season will be played Sunday by the Copper City and general office' nines. The game will be called at 3 o'clock, and promises to be hotly con tested and decidedly interesting thro.ugn out. It is hoped that Anaconda's strong band of rooters will not overlook this opportunity to limber up and get in con dition for the season. There is any amount of good base ball talent repre sented in the two nines, and the game promises to be a warm one. The line-up is as follows: Copper City. General Office Catcher. Davis ......................Story, Capt. Pitcher. Tucker........................Van Ells Shortstop. Hefferon ......................Mahoney First Base. Shelly, Manager ....................Johns Second Base. Haslin, Capt ................Dr. Emerson Third Base. Hurley ........................-.Maynard Right Field. Murphy ..............Dramer, Manager Left Field. Fraoer ..........................Sullivan! Center Field. Substitute. .... McMullen) F. McMu'lenj VETERANS ORGANIZE A CAMP Soldiers Who Served in the Philip pines Honor the Memory of Com rade Thomas Scallon. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, May 11.—The organization of Camp Thomas Scallon.a subordinate lodge of the Society of the Army of the; Philippines, was completed in the Mattie hall last night. The meeting was called to order by Capt. Phil Greenan, and Captain Halla han was elected -president of the organ ization. The other officers chosen were Phil McDonald, first vice president.; James Noonan, second vice president; Joseph Jette, secretary; H. Black, treas urer; Phil Greenan, officer of the day; John Riley, sergeant major; J. Alexan der, chaplain; John Devine, sentinel, and George Spiers, bugler. The new lodge starts out with a good membership roll. ANACONDA'S ANTI-DUST MAYOR The City Streets No Longer Breed Blinding Hurricanes of Dust— A Cheerful Change. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, May 11.—Mayor Stephens is fulfilling his promises to the people regarding street sprinkling, and as a consequence the dust nuisance is not so terrible as it has been in the past. _. Main street and Park and Commercial avenues are given a thorough soaking every night, and during the daytime thfct; sprinkling carts are kept on the move continuously. It is quite an innovation to citizens f*. have no trouble and annoyance of any' [ consequence from the dust which h pestered the community this spring. WILL CONFI RM THE NOMINEES Mayor and City Council Have Corné to Terms Over City Appoint ments—Settle It Monday. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, May 11.—Those who antici pate a repetition of the discord displayed at the city council meeting last Monday night are going to be disappointed. When the mayor and aldermen come together at their next meeting Monday night, har mony will rule and the mayor will an-* nounce his appointments. The mayor and members of the city council met last night and the differences which have existed between them were brought to a happy conclusion. With possibly one exception tile nomi nees will be as forecasted in last Mon day's Inter Mountain. Where to Worship on Sunday. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, May 11.—Announcements are made of the following church serv ices for Sunday, May 12, -to all of which strangers are most cordially invited: St. Marks (Episcopal) church, corner Main and Sixth streets; Alfred Brown, rector. Early celebration, 8 a. m.; morn ing prayer and sermon, 11 a. m.; Sunday school 12:30 p. m.; Daughters of tiie King, 7 P. m.; evening service, 8 p. m. First Baptist church, corner of Fifth and Locust street; W. H. Setzer, pastor. Worship at 11 a. m., theme, "Obedience." Sunday school at 12*20 p. m.; Junior B. V. P. N. at 3:30 p. m.; Young People's meeting at 7:15 p. in.. Regular service at 8 o'clock. Subject of evening sermon, "Sowing and Reaping," solo py Mrs Ca vin, "Be Careful What you s-.y." First M. E. church, Edward G. Catter mole, pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m.; theme. ''The Gospel in Flowers and Fruits." Preaching at 8 p. m. Subject, "Angels and Demons; or Good and Bad Spirits in the Universe." Class meeting at 10:15 a. m.; Sunday school, 12:30; Junior League, 3:30 p. m.; Épworth League, "Practical Christianity," Leader Milton Bird. Special music by the choir at both serv ices under the direction of Mr. Regan. Solo by Mr. Lyman, Strangers wel comed. Depot Almost Ready for Use. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, May 11.—Work is progress ing rapidly in the renovation of -the pas senger station at the foot of Main street, and within another week lit will be about ready for occupancy. The re arrangement of the tracks is nearing completion, and today a large force of m*'n was at work laying new walks around the building. The old walks had become badly dilapidated, requiring al most entire new ones. A Shower of Nickles. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, May 11.—Swan Anderson, better known among the gambling fra ternity as "Dutch," had great sport with tiie small boys out on Main street Girl Will lose Millions If She Weds a Penniless Artist. White Plains, New York, May 11.— The romantic story that Miss Fannie McComb would lose all but a small por tion of her share of her father's estate if she did not marry Louis Herzog, the Philadelphia artist, should have been re versed. Now that the terms of the will have been made public it is learned that if she does marry him she will only get $15,000 per year and $30,000 for her children when she dies, instead of $3,000,000. Her father, James Jennings McComb, made his fortune in the arrow-tie pro cess of cotton batting, and his life was full of romance. He invented the pro cess and found Frederick Cook had se cured a foundation patent, different in a way but. of intrinsic value. Cook of fered to sell him his patent, and his prospective father-in-law, R. W. Rayne, loaned him the money to buy it, pay ing $25,000. The invention was an in stant r.uccess and was contested in all the courts of the country. in addition to the $15,000,000 he left by w ill there are vast tracts of land in western Louisiana and Texas on which has just been discovered and whose j lue will amount to millions instead of tiie few hundreds mentioned in the will. While his fortune is given as $16.000.000, that is the sum he made from his arrow tie process alone and he made a large fortune other wavs. When the will was offered for pro bate, there was no objection, so there will lie no contest. Under tne will each of his four children will receive $6,000 per year income and one fourth of the estate after the various bequests are paid. Her friends say site will not give up her fortune to marry Herzog, but looking for some such action on the part of iter father she secretly married her artist ahout a year ago. Her mother is very ill in the great pul aee at Estherwood, and it is Maid her illness is caused by the suddenly ac quired knowledge of her daughter's se Biggest, Best and Busiest Store THE !8oss Dier More- Co. Big Timber. Mont. Our Specialties: Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Carpets Groceries, Hardware, Wagons, Buggies farm im plemen ts, etc. Bin Timber, Mont. yesterday afternoon by throwing about $40 in nickels in the street. The lads did some great serambling for Un loose coin, at the same time furnishing fine amusement for the spectators. LOCAL L5RIEFS W. C. Austin visited Butte on Fri day. The employes at the lower works were paid oft today. , Miss Edna Neal and Miss Jennie Me Milien visited Butte to-day. Eyes examined free. A graduate opti cian in attendance. Perfect lit guaran teed. Hammersiough's. * Fireman Jake Falk returned to work this morning after a few days at home, necessitated by the illness of Mrs. Falk. Henry Peterson, an employe of Walls, & Reece, aged 46 years, died at the hospi tal this morning. His only relative in the city is a brother. La Loie Fuller, the renowned dancer, and a company of high-class players, will hold the boards at the Margaret the ater tomorrow night. The board of trustees will meet to night, and the matter of selecting a su perintendent for the city schools may come up at that time. The graduates of the high school met at the theater yesterday afternoon to rehearse the commencement day pro gramme, which is to be rendered at tiie theater next Friday night. The police magistrate imposed a fine of $20 each upon Sadie Ray an I Jamsie Wright, two colored women of Mainville, who are alleged to have re lieved Joe Goff of the sum of $35 this morning. The various committees appointed last night to participate in the reception of President McKinley are requested to meet at the city hall to-night to organize for work. This is the request of the mayor and executive committee ,and is a mat ter that should not be overlooked. The jury in the case of the State vs. Mrs. Kate McGregor decided against tlie defendant yesterday afternoon and the court imposed a fine of $25 and costs, amounting in all to $51.50, as against $12.50, the judgment rendered against lier in the lower court. cret marriage'. None of the family will discuss the affair at all, but when Her zog and Miss McComb, and that if there or deny the report. Miss MeComb's friends insist there if> not even an engagement between Her roz and Miss McCormb, and that if (here should be she is not the kind of a girl to spurn riches for comparative pov erty and an artintic husband who has not a cent. BOULDER HO*. 3PRING8. The Great Northern railway will aefi round trip tickets, Butte to Boulder and return, including one week's board an! bathing privileges at Hot Springs hotel, at a rata of $13.80 each. J. B. REYNOLDS. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Frank Germ, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed, administrator of the estate of j l^>' a nk Germ, deceased, to the creditors nf and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator at No 9 East Granite street, at the office of ,T. P. Collins, public administrator, Butte, Montana, the same being the place for the transaction of *h business of said eslate, in the eoun 7 •:i Üilver Bow, state of Montana. 1. P. COLLINS, Administrator of tiie Estate of Frank Germ, deceased. Dated Butte, Montana, this 3rd day of May, 1901. Hotel Oxford Only first class house between Bil lings and Red Lodge. Strictly first class, just built. Free buss to and from all trains. C. F. Gilbert, Propr, Joliet, Montana. Easy to Reach Denver.... You are going to Denver and you want to know the best way to get there. That's easy—take the Burling ton route by way of Billings, Mont. You can ieaave Butte at 2:20 p. m., today and be in Denver at 11:30 p. .h. tomorrow only one night on the way. Tickets and berths at this this office. PHIL. DANIELS, Agent. SS Last Irwiinw, Butts, Mart. Copper City May sales are an an nual occasion in the big store. The one now going on is the most suc cessful we have ever held. Here are five items for Monday and Tuesday. A Silk Clean Up About sixty short and long pieces of silk including satin foulards, plain satin, taffeta and fancy dress goods, that were sold at 75c, $1.00 and $1.25. All piled together and marked at .......................... 525c Fancy Silk Chiffons This silk chiffon is 40 inches wide— all finest quality. Several handsome colors with cord stripe. Made to sell at $1.25. On Monday............... 48c Linen Rollering Three lots No. 1—Brown crash. All linen, extra heavy, worth I5e for..., 10c No. 2—Cream crash, all linen extra fine reduced from 20c to 15. No. 3— Cream Russian crash. All linen thick as a board, marked down from to 19c Copper City Commercial Co. Anaconda, Hont. Rio Grande Western Railway GREAT SALT LAKE ROUTE The only transcontinental line passing directly througn quaint and pisturesque SALT LAKE CITY A Stop-Over Is Allowed at SALT LAKE CITY BEAUTIFUL GLENWOOD COLORADO SPRINGS OR DENVER on all classes of tickets on applica tion to the train conductor. Scenery Unequalled in The World Ticket Office 47 E. Broadway W. McBRIOE Gen. Aden! "BUFFALO 99 (NEW YORK) PAN AMERICAN EXPOSITION _ Three ''Limited" Trsins dsily making connection nt Chicago with all Eastern Trains. Cheapest rates and 5uperb Service via Chicago Great WESTERN Railway. Ask tor Folder, containing maps ot Buffalo and Exposition (hounds, and cumplete information in regard te Hotels. Bearding Houses, Rotes, etc. J. P. ELMER, Oea'I Passenger AgL, - CHICA80, IU.