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NEWS OF THE COPPER. CITY.
INTER MOUNTAIN'S SPECIAL SERVICE. BRANDN1WG0RPSDFGITY OFFICERS (Special to tlic Iv.ter Mountain.) Anaconda, May 14.— Th» following list represents the organization of the new City administration, effected last night at a meeting of the city council: City attorney—Caleb M. Sawyer. City clerk— G. S. E. Wi3ner. Chief of police—William Taylor. City engineer—E. H. MacDonald. Btret commissioner—George Broiler. City health officer— Dr. O. C. Evans. Patrolmen — John Barkovlch, vice Prank Stebblns; Barney Fitzpatrick, Vice J. A. McMasters; Charles Smole, Vice J. J. McAndrews; Peter Klnnon, Vice Frank Gardner; F. B. Gordon, vice Percy Ingalls; John March ion, vice Nick Bozanltz. Pittance—Carriher, Williams, Collins. Streets and alleys--Williams, Halten hoff, Nye. * Light ajid water- Collins. I.uxton, Fleming. Fire—Lux ton. Haltenhoff, Nye. Ways and means -Williams, Steurr.a gle, Wallace. Judiciary—Flemings O'Leary.. Carri her. Police—Carriher, Steurnagle, Collins. Health—Steurnagle, Haltcnhoff, Gan gner. Sewer—Steurnagle, Gangner, O'Leary. City Hall— Ilaltenhoff, Collins, Luzon. Mayor Stephens announced the ap pointments soon after that body con vened and each one was confirmed with little or no apposition in the order In which they were named. The only opposition displayed to city 'Attorney Sawyer and Clerk Wlsner, was Alderman O'Leary who voted "no" in each instance. Taylor Had a Sure Thing. Chief of Police Taylor pulled through in a vote of 9 to 3. O'Leary, Gangner and Stuernagle being against his con firmation. Alderman Gangner under took to explain his objections, but the mayor declared him out of order and he was forced to yield the floor until his vote was called, when he declared the principal reason for his opposition was because he thought the nominee was not qualified on account of Inexperi ence In the police line. E. H. MacDonald, for city engineer, 'met with no opposition and was unani mously confirmed, also Dr. Evans for health officer. Two aldermen—Gangner and O'Leary —were against George Brotin for street commissioner. There were some objections raised to the nominations for ' patrolmen, Aider men Collins and McHugh voting against John Barkovlch; Wallace, Gangner and Gtuernagle were against Barney Fltz First Class Bargains in Real Estate, and Now is the Time to Invest. $1.500 buys an eight-room house on East Fourth street, one block from Main. Lot, 50x140. $325 buys a two-room house on Elm street, between Sixth and Seventh street. Lot 25x140. Can furnish you with first-class insurance of all descriptions. R. de B. SniTH Opposite Montana Hotel, Anaconda j The Daly Bank and Trust Com pany of Anaconda. Anaconda, Montana. General banking In all branches. Sell exchanges on New York, Chicago, St. Paul, Omaha, San Francisco, etc., and draw direct on the principal cities of England, Ireland, F/>ance, Germany and the Orient. Deposits of $1.00 and up ward received. Correspondents NATIONAL CITY BANK.....New York FIRST NATIONAL BANK......Chicago FIRST NATIONAL BANK......St. Paul OMAHA NATIONAL BANK.....Omaha BANK OF CALIFORNIA.San Francisco JOF / R. TOOLE, President. B. GREENWOOD, Vice-Prest. LOUIS V. BENNETT, Cashier. F. C. NORBECK, Asst. Cashier An Easy One $300 cash and balance of $700 on time will buy a 7-room plaster« house; lot 50x100; water in house. M. J. fitz Patrick Phone 67. hi E. Com, Ave. Margaret Theater, Anaconda Wednesday, May 15, Charles H. Yale's kaleidoscopic mechanical spectacular surprise. THE EVIL BYE Or the Many Merry Mishaps of Nld and the Weird, Wonderful Wanderings of Nod. Management of the author, Sidney R. Ellis, with all its wealth of novelty and sumptuous surroundings. Great cast, including Chas. A. Loder, Mayme Mayo, Tomy Elliott and the brothers Bo rani, the famous Phasey troupe, the wonderful Electric Ballet. All the marvelous fea tures and novelties which have made this play and productions the talk of the town. Regular prices. Seats on sale Monday, I I a. m. Patrick; McHugh voted "no" to the name of Charles Smolc; Collins, Mc Hugh and O'Leary did the same when the name of John Marchlon was called, Ibut F. B. Gordon and Peter Kinnon re ceived the entire vote of the council. A recess was taken in order to allow the new officials time to file their bonJö and take the oath of office. Attorney Sawyer's bondsmen are John H. French and Arthur Fortier, who stand good for the amount of $2,000. The sureties of City Clerk Wlsner, In the same amount, are T. C. Davidson and C. W. French. With the exception of two—Assistant Chief O'Brien and Officer Powers—the change in the police department is com plete. Chief Taylor took charge of the police department at once and the new patrol men were sent out on their beats last night. The fire department will remain un changed'. The appointments made by the mavo. last night seem to give general satisfac tion. All of them are gobd, capable men, and will be a credit to Mayor Stephens' administration. NEW HEAD OF POLICE FORCE William Taylor, Chosen by the City Council to Superintend the Peace of Anaconda. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, May 14.—William Taylor, the new chief of the Anaconda police department, was born In Lake county, Illinois, 36 years ago. He has 'been a resident of Montana for eleven years, during which time he has resided In Butte and Anaconda. For nearly eight years he has held a position as foreman of the lower smelter works of the Ana conda Copper Mining company at Car roll. He has a family of a wife and one child and resides at 1103 East Fifth street. CROP PRO SPECTS ARE FINE Deer Lodge County Will Reap a Boun tiful Harvest This Fall, if All Goes Well. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, May 14.—County Assessor George S. Miller returned last night from a trip into the rural districts, where he has been busily engaged in placing a valuation on taxable property. He is visiting every farm house In the county and reports progress with his work. It will take, he says, about ten days longer to complete the job and then he w ! U have nothing left but the making up of the assessment rolls, which, later, are to be turned over to the county treasurer. ANACONDA'S PRESIDENTIAL RECEPTION COMMITTEE. : M. B. HENDRICKS. W. B. WEBB. In speaking of the crop prospects, Mr. Miller says they were never better in Deer Lodge county. The recent rains have done an immense amount of good and as a consequence the farmers are quite jubilant. "The fields of small grain look rich," said Mr. Miller this morning, "and the wheat is out of the ground fully six or eight inches. "The small fruit, too, looks splendid, and there is every Indication that this year is going to be a very prosperous one for the country folks. "The grass is growing nicely and stock never looked better at this time of the year." PREPARE F OR THE RECEPTION Mrs. McXinley's 111 Health May Change the Plans, But Commit tees Will Do The-r Work. (Special to the Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, May 14.—Everyone in Ana conda is anxiously waiting for the in telligence that Mrs. McKinley has so far recovered her health that the presiden tial party will not be forced to give up the part of the itinerary which includes Montana. But the committees are going ahead with their work, hopeful that the litle rest being given the lady of the white house will give her strength to continue her journey throughout the northwest. The committee on parade, consisting of James Quane, John Hollahan, Mr. Fitzgerald. J. J. McGuinness, T. C. Da vidson, Ludwig Adler and W. M. Keely, will meet this evening at 7 o'clock at will meet tnts evening at 7 o'clock at 1 the office of Janies Quane on East Com- ! mèrcial avenue. The decoration committee consisting of R. S. Mentrum, II. A. Nell, Paul Goozdanorich. B. D. Mohan, Charles Lyono, W. J. Hanson, F. F. Tucker, R. T. Williams, L. W. Mendenhall, T. S. Collins, G. W. Sparrow, Louis Copinus, J. J. Wegener, Frank Bertch and Os wald Cohen has been called to meet at Chief Mentrim's office at the city hall tonight at 8 o'clock. The reception committee is also ex pected to meet in the council chamber at the same hour. At a conference between members of the decoration and executive commit tees held yesterday afternoon, the mat ter of building an arch constructed en tirely of copper was favorably discussed, and in all probability the plan will be carried out of the presidential party' c omes to Anaconda. Stars Their Only Uniform. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, May 14.—The new police force was patroiing the streets today and the officers appointed by Mayor Stephens last night were receiving the congratulations of their friends. The men will be obliged to appear in citi zens' dress with their star as the only means of distinction from other people until they blossom out in new uniforms. —---■ .V' Vacation at the Court House. (Special to Inter Mountain.) jjjr Anaconda. May 14.—Today being Ar bor day, there was little stir up around the court house. The offices were closed during a greater part of the day and no business of any consequence was transacted. Judge Napton will open court as usual tomorrow morning. j j Died of Pneumonia. (Special to the Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, May 14.—John G. Heafey, lately employed at the Lower works, died this morning at St. Ann's hospital after 10 days illness, of pneumonia. He was single and leaves a father in Ire land and several brothers In this city. The funeral will be held under the aus pices of the Catholic Order of Forrest ers tomorrow. Attention, Foresters! A special meting of Mt. Haggen Court, No. 629 C. O. F., will be held at A. O. H. hall this evening at 7 o'clock to arrange for the funeral of late brother John G. Heafey. JOSEPH LABISSIONNEIRE, C. R. R. T. FLANNAGHAN, R. S. 1 1 * . * A MAYOR H. W. STEPHENS m J. W. JAMES. the good roads movement Ranchers I leased to See the Cyclists Start the Good Work—Donating Money and Labor. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, May 14.—The Anaconda ßycl« Path and Good Roads ass Nation mas succeeded in interesting the city authorities and county commissioners In the improvement of the county roads T*- 1 *! city drives, and if the work now J\'eU started can be continued for a few weeks the had spots .n the roads leading ftfit of the city can be fixed up and pu in fine condition. J Thé work of clearing off the |»° n the road east of the city near TTic Tiutte, Anaconda & Pacific tracks 'Was started yesterday, and will be com pleted in a few days. This is the worn piece of road between the city and Greg son. Work on the cycle path is progressing rapid.y, and although the roughest part of tile road is yet to be gone over, tilt* encouragement anl support offered by the many cyclists assures its completion. The ranchers along the route are pleased to see tne path built, and are encourag ing and ase'.. ting the association in every way. John Reese has offered the use of his team for filling some rough places and hauiing timbers for bridges, donated by Morgan Evans, who has also done con. iderable work on the path. TROUBLES OF THE MACHINISTS _ , "J T , , ® Charged Wita Disturb attce, Makes Himself Scarce—The O'Donnell Asault. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, May 14.—Charles Boy l, tho machinists for whom a warrant of ar rest was i sued yesterday on the charge of disturbing the peace, has not ye*, been apprehended. The information that (the officers were looking for him ttr; douhtedly reached his ears, and he lias since been successful in keeping under cover. Boyd made a demonstration yesterday w'n n John Kiioy was leaving the court '•rortm of Judge Kennedy after the ar raignment of James L. O'Donnell, who is charged with making an assault upon jKjJey, who, the striking machinists saj, is a "scab." Kiley was twice spirited away out of .tow n since the foundry .strike. Once he was taken to a point about live miles west of Anaconda and in th ? middle of the night allowed his freedom. Th" night was cold and he was thinly clu', hut he found shelter and later came bacs to town and went to work again. He turned up at Lima, claiming he had been drugged and did not know where he was until he recovered his faculties on an O. S. L. train at that point. Last Sat urday he was thrashed. BRIEFS Mrs. Charles Sitezer of Butte Is visit ing friends and relatives in this city. Sisters Irene and Dominica of fit. Ann's hospital, went to Butte this morn ing. Eyes examined free. A graduate opti cian in attendance. Perfect tit guaran teed. Hainmerslough's. • Seth Thomas, one of the high school graduates, has been confined to his home for several days with an attack of the measles, but is now fast recuperating. Charles Deviney, who has for a num ber of years held a position as watchman at the foundry, was arrested this morn ing on a charge of insanity. He will be examined tomorrow morning !by a com mission to determine his mental condi tion. . r The B., A. & P. Railroad company is hurriedly putting Mountain View park in shape for the summer business, and a large force of men was sent out th's morning for that purpose. The first ox »iurkion of the season will be run to t'.o park a week from next Sundhay. DAVID COHEN, SR J. M. MADDEN. 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 15c for____ 10c No. 2—Cream crash, all linen extra fine reduced from 20c to 15. No. 3— Cream Russian crash. Ail linen thick as a board, marked down from 25c to ............................... 19c Copper City Commercial Co. Anaconda, Hont. "BUFFALO" (NEW YORK) PAN AMERICAN EXPOSITION Three "Limited" Train* dally making Traîna** 00 " Chlc **° wlth Eastern Cheapest rates and Superb Service via Chicago Great Western Bailway. Aak f°r Folder, containing map* of Buffalo and Exposition Grounds, and complete Information in regard to Hotels, Boarding Houses, Rates, etc. J. P. ELMER.. Oen'l Passenger Agt., CHICAB0, IU. :TO THE: OLD HOME If you are going home—to vour childhood s home, this year, remember that the Northern Pacific leads to everybodv's home. You can go bv way of St. Paul to Chicago, or St. Louis, and thence reach the entire east and south. Or, you can go to Duluth, and from thence use either the rail lines, or or.e of the superb Lake Steamers down the lakes to Detroit, Cleveland, Erie, and Buffalo, the Pan American City. Start right, and you will probably arrive at your destination all right, and to start right, use the Northern Pacific, and preferably the North Coast Limited train, in service after May 5th. Any local agent will name the rates. CHAS. S. FEE. Gen. Passenger Agent. St. Paul. Minn. Rio Grande Western Railway CREAT SALT LAKE ROUTE The only transcontinental line passing directly through 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 K Ticket Office 47 E. Broadway W. f. McBRIDE Cen. Aient "The Road That Made the Northwest Famous" LEAVES BUTTE. For St. Paul and East, daily ....................8:50 p. m. Great Falls local, daily 9:45 a. m. ARRIVES BUTTE. From St. Paul, dally... .9:43 p. m. Trom Great Falls and .Helena, dally .......... 3:45 p. rrt. FULL INFORMATION FROM City Ticket Office, No. 41 North Main Street, Butte. J. E. D,\wson, General Agent. Fast Fast Time Time TO DENVER OMAHA KANSAS CITY CHICAGO ST. LOUIS and AM Bantam Feinta Tha ONLY LINB to San Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland and (ILL f»Reiirie COAST POINTS via Ogden and Salt Lake City Tickets to nil Principal Cities In the world. A trip over this company's line is a guaran tee of unequalled service and courteous trratment. TIME CARD Depart 1:00 am 4:0B pm u:00 am 4:35 pm Ticket Office, 105 N. Main Street Butte, Montana. H.O.WILSON, General Agent