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RITAIN TEACHERS SUOOOL BOARD DECIDE TO SUS PEND THEIR OWN RULES. REGARDING THE CERTIFICATES Some Teachers Who Failed to Get First Grade Are Among the Best in the Schools and Are Giving Excelent Satisfaction. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Jan. 10.-At the next meet Ing of the city school board the members of that body will take up a subject that has caused them considerable worry of late. It is the matter of tceaners in the Anaconda schools who do not hold first class certiflcates. There is a rule of the board which says c that a teacher without a first-claws cer- t tificate cannot hold a posItion in the I schools. The same rule requires that the teacher moust be expeciencil. At the present time there are no teachers in the employ of the city who have not had experience. At the same t time there are none of them but have at different periods held lirsit-class certifi Cates. However, some of them in recent p examinations have failed to come up to the requirements necessary to obtain I that grade in this county. The question before the board is: Shall o those teachers be retained? h In every case the teachers in question a are giving excellent satisfaction. They i are experienced, and came to the board b 'with the best possible ifetenues. It is a fact that the city schools are In better condition now than for several c, years previous. There are no complaints a as to the elliciency of the teachers, the finances are in excellent condition and a get ral air of satisfaction is preva- b lent. In the face of all thets things the ma jority of the board are in favor of keel' ing the present corps of instructors till the end of the school year, notwithsti.n I Ing thai there is a rule to the contrary. This will in all probability be done. The simple fact that the teachers who C tailed for the first-class certlilcates are doing such excellent work and giving Such general satisfaction is regarded as sufilctent to warrant a suispensiln of the rules for the rna tinder of the school i year. (< In LODGES INSTALL OFFICERS. aebekahs and L. C. B. A. Perform nx Ceremonies. of (Spenc al to Inter Mountain.) D I Anaconda, Jan. 10.-District Deputy II President Mrs. huttle IR. Mahan installed 20 the following oficers of lDebarah itebekan bt Lodge No. G, 1. O. 0. F., last night: N. (1.-Mrs. Anna May Allen. V. G.-Miss lzora Templeton. Hi Secretary-Katic Dennis. A Finanecil Seciretary-Levlna Morgan. o0 I Treasurer-Laturia Wright. Chaplain-Mary Wilson. T Conductress-.izzie Tabor. '. Warden-lIell Wright. 11 I I. G.-Chris Marchion, tt O. 0.-A. W. ('appa. at 11. S. N. G.-Httite i1. Mahan. ti L. I. N. 0.-Ada MAo. pi R. S. V. G.-Mary Jones. w L. S. V. 0.-Mrs. Levengoou. el P. N. G.-Mary ('appa. el At the conclusion of the ceremnonies re- SI freshn ents were 'erved. al The members of the Ladies' Catholic Benevotent assoilation also met for the same purpose, and inductl I the follow. ing into their official stations: Margaret Theater, Anaconda H. F. COLLINS, Manager SATURDAY, JAN. ii Jefferson De Angelis In the Operatic Novelty A ROYAL ROGUE Written by Charles Klein. Music by William T. Francis. Presented by a superb company, Including Henry Nor man, Frank M. Kelly, Edmund Law rence, Helen Byron, tiertrude Mackenzie, Alice Maude Poole, Frederick N. Logan, Charles Duncan, Adine Bouvier, John Dudley and 30 others. Magnificent stage settings; beautiful Costume effects. Iollicking, rattling fun; catchy, timely songs; exquisite, original music; dainty, captivating dances; charming stage pctures; chorus of pretty grls. L. F. VERBERCKrlOES Leading Optician Eyes examined, $1.00 to apply on glasses if order(..i in five days. All kinds of Eye Water, Artiflcial Eyes, Also the genuine imported Harlem Oil. At 116 East Park avenue, Anaconda, Mont. Tile Daly Bank and Trust Corn pan,, of Anaconda. Anaconda, flontana. Gveajtral banking in all branches. Bell esohanges on New York, Chicago, it. Faaul, Omaha, San Franciaco, etc., and drag ijtect on the principal cities of ltngleiid, Ireland, Feanoe, Germany and the Orient. Deposits of $1.00 and up ward received. Correspondents RATIONAL CITY BANK......awf York !lRwT NATIONAL BANK*:. Chicago ZIRST NATIONAL BANK.......9t. Paul OM A NATIONAL BANK.....Omaha OF CAFIFORNIA.Ban Francisco BA. TOOLE, President. d, a. o. ENWOOD, Vioe-Prst. LOUIS V. SENNETT, Cashier. Lý _ . O. N)ORER0, Asst. Cashier Past President-Mrs. Mary McEachran. President-Mrs. Grace Flemming. First Vice President-Mrs. Bessie Mur phy. Second Vice President-Miss Mary Fitzpatrick. Recorder-Mrs. Catherine Burnham. Assistant Recorder-(Mrs. Nellie Judge. Financial Secretary-Mrs. Mary Tobit. Treasurer-Mrs. Mary McMahon. Marshal-Mrs. Anna Leary. Guide-Miss Katherine Mahoney. Trustees-Mrs. 1inmma Dezell, Mrs. Mary Leonard and Mrs. Mary Barich. After the installition ceremonies were concluded a literary piograbn was given. A dialogue between Miss Mary Kelly and Miss Margaret Mellule was much appretiated. Miss Mildred Malloy and (Miss Alberttne (Sower rendered several * songs. tefrtershments were served at the close of the entertainment. HUNTER'S ATTORNEY HERE. He Brings News of an Important t Strike in the Granite Mine. (Hiccial to litter Mountain.) Antotnda, .Jan. IU.-(l 'orge Maywood of Phiipsburg, attunr y for Hunter, in the 11unter- Walbridge murder case, ar rived in the city last night and was I closeted with the two small hunter boys at the courthouse this morning. The a etse is set for trial in Granite county on a March 7. c It was reported thUt Mr. Maywood In tended removing the Bunter boys from Anacondaa on a writ oi habeast corpus, I but without foundation, as that gentle- t man repudliated miaking any such state neent. Mr. Maywood says that his client, t Hunter, stands his confinement well, and Ji so far has shown no signs of nervouatness or breaking down. Father than that he n had nothing to say of the case. tetak- p ing of matters in Philipsburg, Attorney a Maywood said that Uiates were good it with every Indiection that they would a be better in the near ,ttirtue. The fact ai that the HImnetnlieo etoiapliny reiintly lo catedt a smelter Hite has encouraged the V citizens of the county seat of Granite county to think that they intend to erect 1i a smntiter in that place. n "It Is reported." said Mr. Maywood, 01 "that a new stirike of very tich are has w been made in the 'ranite Mournta'n di mine, but as to the truth of the matter « I atnnot say. If tlt report he true, oi the vin is 10 ftet wide and iassys more Iitin six hundred outlets in silver, n, THEATER ATTRACTIONS. st fl Ft Coming Week Will Be Good One for Theatergoers-'"A Royal Rogue." (Special to Inter Mountain.) It Anaconda, Jan. la.-There is a blg sal~ ru of stats for Jftersittin te Angelis and his company in "A lti'atl Rogue," .rand the Indicatlons are that he will le welcomted it by a large and ftshiuonable altdlence. 1I 'there is no form of entertitnmcint more nit pot tular than ciora i opera, ntil there is Vv no one who presents it more sumptu ously or adequattely than Jeff De Angelis. i, lie has been identitied with the blt IR citic opera in ihiscountnry for. Ihe past ts 20 years, and for the past five years r is tli been r~ecognized as the leading oeal comedian of this country. CC Au innovation in theatrical affairs is scheiuled for us in tih Itiseiti Liii of in Anthony (lope's masterpiele. "T'lhe Pri-s gi oter of Zeinda," togiethur with its settu 1. "Itupert of HIntzau," by one tompaiiy Li The management contends that by pr'- Ml sentitg the two plays Wit 'I one company ti the continuity of the story 'is kept in tact, * nd the dis-ord caused by two it actors differently constituted, essaying w? the same character, thus avoided. peoth it, productions will be sceically complete, ri while the costumie, accessories, musti, be eti., will te supitrior to ally formter effort. The cast has been materially ( strengthened, thus assuring a perform- A atce of excellence and merit. A ---- e r Cowan Was Dismissed. ru (Sipetlal to Inter Mountain.) Anaitnda, Jan. 10.-Toni Cowan, who at Is charged with third degree assault on F the person of D. R. Citnpiwil, was gIven Jo a Jury trial in the court of Justice of the Peace Frank Kennedy yesterday evening and acquitted. Campbell and Cowan cc mat near the Montana Union yards on ot 'the night of Decemliet 31 Land engiageit itg in a littic comibtt, in which Campliell got thle worst of it. Campbell was of the ointion that Cowan had used a slur; shot. Cowan hattled it. The Jury found P Iowan noL guility of the assault. LOCAL BRIT PS A. D. T. messengers. Tel No. 3. * Bernard 0. Noon of Butte is registered at the Montana. August Hlcimbach of Butte is in the city on business. The funeral of J. H. Griffin took place this morning at 8 o'clock from Ehret's undertaking parlors. Today is payday at the lower works and concentrators. Tomorrow the em ployes of the new works will be paid off. Modern Woodmen of America assess ment No. 1 is due and payable at Roach & Smith's or W. C. Austin's. U. G. Allen, (trek. The electric power plant at the con centrator building at the new works will be started up in a few clays, and the power for the street railway and electric light systems will be generated from that 0ource. John Gafter, employed at the new snelters as a machinist, had the misfor tune to lost the tip of a finger yesterday afternoon. He accidentally allowed the member to get caught in a machine over which he was working. The county commissioners will meet in special session next Tuesday for the purpose of accepting the poor farm building from the contractors, to ar range for the removal of the county pa tients from the hospital at Deer Lodge to the poor farm, to pay contingent poor bills and to take up the petition of Mor gan Evans and others to lay out new highways east of the city. Tire object of the petition of Morgan Evans, in having the road changed, is to obtain a thoroughfare that will be above the level of the tailings ponds of the smelters, otherwise the road would be flooded and become muddy. MAY OWN TIK T MONTANASOCIETY OF ENGI , ARE IN SESSION. VISITED THE SMELTER:; TODAY Will Elect Officers Tomorrow-Pre4t dent Sizer's Address Will Then Bel Read-Interesting Subjects to Be Taken Up. ,,9 (Speeial to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Jan. 10.-The members the Montana Society of Engineers own the town today and are being quite ro tlly entertained by the officials of t e Anaconda company and the Butte, An - :onda & Pacific railway. A large number of the members of ,he association from Butte and oth4i ities of the state arrived last event g) nd took up headquarters at the Mon ana hotel; others who could not get mere earlier reached the city today. Those who were in town last night vill long remember the "Smoker" in which they participated last evening. It vas a sort of a social session, in other words, and everybody seemed to enter nto the communion of good fellowship. The entertainment committee did not verlook anything, not a hitch occurred .nywhere to mar the pleasure of the oc asion. Have Jolly Good Time. Everyone was provided with fresh favanas; those who indulged in some hing of the liquid line were provided ,Ith soft drinks as well as some that cre not no soft. There was no restric. ions in this regard, but everyone got ist what they called for. It was' a night of jollication and to take everything complete a musical rogram was provided for, Instrumental nd vocal. Many of the strangers made npromptu speeches when called upon nl various subjects were discussed in n Informal way. 'Pccny is being taken up entirely Ip isiting the smelter works in this city. The first place of interest was thp i wer smelter works, ending up at the (w Washou plant, which was thor ughly inspected. The 1., A. & P. Rail, ay oticiails placed a special train at the isposal of the visitors, in which they ere conveyed to the various points if cservation. The real business of the session will it ice tuken up until tomorrow, at which me the election of officers for the en sing year will eceur. iteports of of ems envering the pest year will be pro. nted and read, including the address President F. L. Sizer. I A number of other palers will be read r id commented onii genterally by the t members of the iraiciati in. Will Read Papers. Important among the subjects to be taken up will be "Irrigation in tie Hawaitan Islands," by C. W. Goodale; "Inorganic and Organic Impurities in Water and Supplies." by Emil Stars; "The New Water Supply of Butte" will be told about by l'. W. Paini and C. II. RepIth. chief engineer of the Washou smelters In this city will make known to the visitors some of the facts about "The New Reduction Works of Ana conda." After th en nclusion of business to morrow evea'ing the engineers will be given a hiariiiet iat the Montana. Manager Marshall is preparing for them Just about the most elaborate spruad ever served in that popular hos tlery. Among the visiting engineers noted among the hotel arrivals this forenoon were: F. L. Sizer, president; H. Vail, secretary: J. H. Harper, Eugene Car roll, Charles W. Woadale, It. H. Dune bee, Hi. R. Putnam, It. A. McArthur, J. C. Adams, W. J. Flood, C. H. Bowman, (lherge W. Tower, II. M. Patterson and A. E. Hobert of Butte; George T. Wicks, vice president; F. J. Smith, Hel ena; R. W. King, (lilt Edge; E. C. Kin ney, J. A. Thaler, W. H. Williams, Bozew man; George W. Wilson, Philipsburg. Among the Anaconda engineers wh6 are In attendance at the sessions are Frank Klepetko, C. H. Repath and F. A. Jones. Ensuing Year Officers. While of course it Is not absolutelx certain, the probabilities are that the officers who will be elected tomorrow ark as follows: President- J. H. HIARPER. Vice President-GEOOIH T. WVICKES. Second Vice President-HENItY M. PAT'rE1t SON. Secretmay-IR. R. VAIL. Treasurer-It. R. PUTNAM. Trustee-C. H. REPATII. Small Blaze This Morning. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Jan. 10.-The IIIe depart ment was called to 313 Locust str'et this morning to extinguish it fire in the home of Frank it. Klose. The blaze started in the ceiling from an over heated 'stovepipe. The departm nt re sponded promptly and but little damage was done. I IRISH SITUATION WORSE. The Times Declares the Policy of "Kindness" Is a Failure. (By Associated Press.) London, Jan. 10.-The Tines, editorial izing on its Dublin correspondent's sur vey of the situation in Ireland, decla.'es that, although the unionist government with a big majority has been in power for six years, the situation there is nor worse than when Mr. Morley resigned the chief secretaryship in 1895. ".n short," says the Times, "tha pol icy of 'killing horme rule with kindness' Ib completely discredited, and Mr. Wynd ham has failed to realize the hopes formed of him when he was appointed onief secretary." WANT DELEGATE IN ROME. Satolli Would Like an American Repre sentative at the Vatican. (By Associated Press.) Rome, Jan. 10.-Although prel Ites well acquainted with American institutions always have declared to be absurd the idea of having an American representa tive at the vatican, as against the spirit of the American constitution, the party favorable to the project, headed by Car dinal Satolli, increases in numbers, It is now insisting that the vatlcan take advantage of the important Phil ippine question to have Washington send ) a confidential agent to treat with the F vatican which should give its pledge to maintain secrecy on occasions for avoid ing acknowledging him officially, as was done on former occasions for the de fining of special questions; otherwise the agent would be repudiated at Wash ington. ROOSEVZLT'S WESTERN TRIP. All Going Well, N* May Visit the Lick Observatory. (By Associated Press.) Washington, Jan. 10.-Senator Perkins of California Introduced to the president Pjof. Campbell, superintendent and di rector of the Lick Observatory, and Prof. Simon Newcomb, the celebrated as tronomer. trof. Campbell invited the president to visit the Lick Observatory. The pres dent Roosevelt and arranged for the make a trip to the Pacific coast next summer, and that if his plans be car rfed out it will give him great pleasure to visit the observatory. 1Rev. I. Garland Penn of Atlanta, who had charge of the negro exhibition at the Atlanta exposition, called on Presi dent Roosevelt and arranged for theh reception Saturday, January 18, of a del egation to invite him to a young negroes' Christian congress in Atlanta next August, which is to consider the moral and spiritual training of young colored people. WORb.' IS OVER. Correspor-tent Says Johannesburg Is Recovering From the War. (By Associated Press.) London, Jan. 10.-Progress in Johan nesburg has been particularly rapid within the last two months, according to the correspondent there. Communication with the coast is se cured by the blockhouse system and the agreement with the Portuguese ap pears to have cleared the obstacles to the resumption of industrial enterprises. Thousands of refugees, says the cor respondent, are still waiting to return. The community is naturally somewhat impoverished, but everyone is sanguine that, as regards Johannesburg, the worst of the war is over. FRANCE HAS CLAIMS. Venezuela Will Be Compelled to Pay for Injury to Frenchmen. (By Associated Press.) Paris, Jan. 10.-Frenchmen having claims against Venezuela are urging their government to adopt coercive measures. The government, however, is undecided whether to do so or not. Nevertheless, In view of the possibility of such action, it has informally sounded Washington on the feeling of the United States in the matter. It can be posi tively said that whatever action France may take will be absolutely independent of that of Germany, with which country there will be no co-operation. In any case, the action of France will be non-political and will be confined to obtaining satisfaction for material in Jury to the interests of French citizens. WERE DRIVEN OFF. Robbers Attempt to Break in a St. Louis Bank Last Night. 4 (1Ty Associated Press.) St. Louis, Jan. 10.-Night Watchmna David Palin of the Southern Illinois Na tional bank of East St. Louis reported this morning that an attempt was made last night to enter the bank and that he tired through the door and drove the robbers away. I. N. Hughes, who is under arrest charged with complicity in the robbery of the National Stock Yards bank Mon day night, still declares he is innocent of the charge. He insists he was at home sick at the time. The total losses by the robbery are now estimated at $10,000 by President Knox of the stock yards bank. CANADA'S DENOMINATIONS. Roman Catholics Outnumber All Others in Three Cities. ( (By Associated Press.) Ottawa, Ont., Jan. 10.-A bulletin has 'been issued by the census bureau giving the population of Montreal, Toronto and Ottawa by religious denominations. The Roman Catholics far outnumber the other leading denominations com hined, the totals for the three cities to gether being: Roman Catholics, 322,423; tlhurch of England, 96,358; Presbyte dians, 68,582; Methodists, 62,206. Since 1891 the Roman Catholics have4 increased 67,967 in Montreal, 10,121 in 1 Ottawa and 7174 in Toronto. The Church 'of England gained 4250 in Montreal, 3315r in Ottawa and 16,322 in Toronto. The Presbyterian church gained 4073 in Mon. treal, 3865 in Ottawa and 14,913 in Tor (onto. The Methodists muster 1368 more in Montreal, 2562 in Ottawa and 15,970 in Toronto. Captain Crossman Is Dead. (By Associated Press.) New York, Jan. 10.-Capt. James A. Crossman, who was in command of the steamship Alliancia on March 9, 1895, when she was fired on by a Spanish cruiser off Cape May, is dead at this home in Jersey City. Three shots were i ed at the ship by the cruiser, but Cap tain Crossman kept on and brought his ship to New York. The incident caused -'oniuderable excitement and diplomatic adjustment was required. Carnegie Library for St. Catherine.. St. Catherines, Ont., Jan. 10.-Mayor ,Mcintyre has received an offer from An drew Carnegie, who agrees to give the ,um of $20,000 for a free public dibrary building in St. Catherines, provided the city furnishes a suitable site and sup ports the library at a cost of not less than $2000 a year. Will Rebuild Plant. (By Associated Press.) Des Moines, Jan. 10.-Presidint W. F. Plel of the National Starch works of ,cw York today announced that the Des Moines plant recently destroyed by fire will be rebuilt and enlarged on condition that the city lay a water main to it and emit taxes for 10 years. He was assured y Mayor Hartenbower this would be done. Information Against O'Connor. (By Associated Press.) Anaconda, Jan, 10.-Yesterday evening ounty Attorney Duffy filed in the office ot the e'erk of the district court, an nformation against Con O'Connor, ,chargiug him with assault in the first legree on the person of his w'fe. IT3 is held a waiting trial in the district court NAVY Of LIBERIA NeGOTIATIoNS os 0 PURNcAI o0 AN AMERIOAN GUNBOAT. TO BE PAID FOR PIECEMEAL Negro Government May Acquire a t Vessel Under an Act of Congress Passed in 1886-Minister Makes Formal Request. (By Associated Press.) Washington, Jan. 10.-Mr. W. B. Matchett of this city, representing the government of Liberia, has made a for mal request of Secretary Long that the action of congress, as embodied in the act of April 17, 1866, providing for the re lief of Liberia, be carried into effect. That act, which was introduced in con gress by Senator Sumner and Represen tative Banks of Massachusetts, provides that there shall be transferred to the government of Liberia one of the gun boats of the United States navy accepta ble to the government of Liberia, and which in the opinion of the secretary of the navy can be spared conveniently for that purpose. The secretary is empowered to enter into contract with a representative of the Liberian government for the sale of the vessel to Liberia at a valuation to be fixed by the secretary of the navy and to be paid in annual installments, not ex ceeding 10 in number. Nothing was done in connection with this legislation until President Cleveland entered office, when Secretary Herbert set aside the old wooden warship Satara for the use of the Liberian government. For various causes, however, the order for the transfer of the vessel never was carried into effect. The proposition made by Mr. Matchett is that the navy department set aside another vessel on the same conditions. He promises, in case the department takes favorable action, to produce the necessary credentials from the Liberian government, including an official receipt for the vessel. Secretary Long requested Mr. Matchett to put his request in writing, when the matter will receive due consideration. Pullman Dining and Library Car Route TO SALT LAKE DENVER KANSAS CITY OMAHA CHICAGO ST. LOUIS and 411 Eastern Pointe Short Line to Colorado, Arizona and Mexico San Francisco, Los Angeles (Ocean or Rail) Portland and All Pacific Coast Points. Dapart..1:50 a. m. 3:00 a. m...Arrive Depart..4:10 p. m. I 5:20 p. m.. Arrive Ticket Office, 105 N. Main Street Butte, Montana. H. O. WILSON. General Agent SixMillion DollarsSpent BY THE Union Pacific R. R. Co In improving what was originally the f.nest track in the 7est. RESULT A comparatively straight and level road bed ballasted with dustlesa Sherman granite, rendering possible the highest rate of speed, together with the greatest degree of safety. The magnitude of the work must be seen to be api~eciated. WHAT DOIES iT flEAN? Solid comfort, security and pleasure to our patrons. AR23 YOU (IUINO EAST? If so, yatu cagict, afford to go via any other than this 17'YAL HIGHWAY. Further infotoratlon tin application~ per sonally ce by letter to B. Cs. WItiSON, 0. 5t. L. Butte, Mont. RAI The Best Friend the Northwest Ever Had "The (toad That Made the Northwest Famous.' LEAVES BUTTE. For St. Paul and East, daliy,:50 D.01. Great Falls local, daily........9:45 a. M. ARRIVES BUTTE. From St. Paul daily..........9:45 p. m. From Great l4ails and Hel. ena, daily......................8:45 p. in. FULL INFORMATION FROM City Ticket Oficie, No. 41 North Maine street, Butte, 1. 1ll. pawson. General Agent. Rush Sale At the big store is the most suc cessful stock-taking sale we have ever made. The store is crowded every day, and the amazing in crease in our sales is proof that our cut-in-two sales and discount sales made in every department is appreciated. The sale will continue for only five days more. The stock is still too large. The Bargains are Still Numer ous. Butterick's De lineator, Febru ary, now on sale TN[ COP[ER CITY Commercial Co. Anaconda, - Montana Ticket Office Cor. Park and Ma.n Sts Butte Schedule Arrive Dcpari No. 12, to St. Paul, Minneapolis, Du- 1240 Lgy. 12.NA®. luth and the East. No. 11, to Spokane, Seattle, Portland and all Western . . 7.20 pM points ....... . Iopjn No. 14, East bound local, for St. Paul and East; Bill ings and all Mis souri river points, also Denver..... .* 4o. 18, West bound from St. Paul and East, and all B. & M. and Missouri points, Denver.... II. 59ii Garrison local to and from all points 1.0p 9.35 a. Mixed, to Whitehall, daily except Sun day; Twin Bridges Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday; Norris and Pony Monday and Friday; leaves from N. P. Local Freight De Spot ... 1..... .10 p.ma 5.O0aIn *hort Leine to Denve,' W. IL 'MERRIM4AN, Oen. Agt. B. A. 0 P. R. 1. CO. TIME TA13is. Trains leave B., A. & P. depot, Butte, for Anaconda as follows: 10:15 a. m., 4:50 p. m. and 8:15 p. m. Trains leave B., .'. & P. depot, Ana corida, for Butte as follows: 8:40 a. m., 3 p. in. and 7 p. m. Great Northern trains leave Auaoonda: 8:40 a. m., Great Falls and Helena local, via Butte. 3 p. in., to connect with trains for all points east, west and south on Oregcn Short Line. Northern Pacific trains leave Ana conda: 9:30 a. m. for all points west. 7:10 p. m. to connect wIL.a westbound Northern Pacific. !0:'5 p. mi. to connect with eastbound Northern Pacific. Arrives 1:10 p. in., Northern Pacillo connection from the west. Arrives 8:25 p. in., connection from the east. Arrive, 12:10 p. in., connection *f om the went. To connect v ith Northern Pacific over It.::d at Logan leaves Anaconda at 8:40 a. mn. Tickets for sale for all points local and through on the Great Northern railway, Oregon Short Line railroad and Northern Paciflo railway and their connections, A1t~eanamhip tickets for sale to 1l1 pointb A's Vurope by th i above lines.