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ITS !LUMBGlS CALL GOOD STORIU JIOUG[HT OUT BY COLD WEATHER. GET BACK AT THE EMPLOYERS They Make People Wash in Cold Water and Carry the Potato Peelings to the Pig Sty-Discon nect Pipes. (Speclal to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Jan. 30.-During the past few days there has come to light many little stories about plumbers in general. Nearly every one has some grievance or another against the craft, that is always coupled with a cold spell and frozen pipes. It is not at all one-sided either. The plumbets can also relate many funny Incidents connected with the 'ing qf bursted pipes of all sorts. One plumber takes supreme delight in telling about a man who came to him SIth the complaint that the man work ing at his house was plainfully slow. Both of the men knew that all the plumbers in the city were working over time and that itf the man was taken away from the job he would be put at a.lother one immediately and the chances were against getting any one to corh iPlete the work. The boss plumber was not worried about that, however, so obligingly said he would take the man kway immediately. The other fellow seeing to what his complaints hall led at once changed his tune and after much talk convinced the plumber that the workman was all right and he would not have any other for the *orld, although his lack of speed grat ed on hisn nerves. The plumbler bad the tpper hand and proceeded to hold it. After a prolonged argument, however, the consented to leave the slow man on the job. It Is amusing to hear people tell about 'iot the plumbers after making a sud den raid on a house will disappear sud denly and not show up for several days. In the meantime they have disconnect ed all the pipes about the place and the kitchen Is the only place to get water and Its cold at that. However, the time of midnight explo sions and cold baths will soon he over as the weather man has predicted a C'hinonk shortly, and appearances show that he is right. COMING ATTRACTIONS. Chicago Symphony Orchestra and "Al vin Joslyn" Coming. (Special to Inter Mountain.. Anaconda, Jan. 30.-The next attrac 'tiun at the Margaret theater will be on next Sunday when the familiar comedy, "Alvin Joslin" will be presented with special scenery and effects and a first class company. "Alvin Joslin" is one of the few plays that has withstood the test of ye:trs and f.» as popular today as it was years ago, and as a financial success is onW of the greatest ever presented to the American Among the many scenes carried by the company are the Grand Central depot, the thieves den in Baxter street, a Bow ery concert hall, and the famous Brook lyn bridge at n4ght. with an illuminated view of Brooklyn in the distance. The company is a carefully selected one and several first-class specialties will be introduced. After hearing the Chicago Symphony orchestra which will be at the MaMar garet theater Monday, with fifty pieces, one Eastern man declared "Longfellow bust have heard music like that ren " OIDPH RICHARDS Watchmaker, Gunsmith and Locksmith. Also all kind of musical instrument repairing. Workshop rear of 70o3 E. Park avenue, Anaconda, Mont. Margaret Theater, Anaconda S I' r. COLLINS, Manager Next Attraction Alvin Joslin Sunday, Evening, February 2d L. F. VERBERCKIOES Leading Optician Eyes examined, $1.00 to apply on glasses if ordered in five days. All kinds of Eye Water, Artltlt'al Eyes. Also the gen-ulne imported Harlem Oil. At 116 East Park avenue, Anaconda, Mont. The Daly Bank and Trust Comn. pan&t of Anaconda. Anaconda, Ilontana. Grenera banking na all branohes. Sell amohangeas on New York, Chicago, St. Paul, Omaha, Sam nrlseiao, etc., and (draw direct on the principal clues of anglund, Ireland, France, Germany and the Orient. Depostus of $1.00 and up ward recelved. Correspondents NATIONAL CITY BANK.....New York FIRST NATIONAL BANK ......Chicago FIRST NATIONAL BANK...... St. Paul OMAHA NATIONAL BANK.....Omaha IBANK OF' CAfJII'ORNIA.San tFranorco UOH / R. TOOLE, Presldent. '. B. GRiEENWOOD, Vice-Prest. LOUIS V. BENNETT, Casgier. , 0. NOAPEOX, Ast. cOaiek , dered by thin orohestra when he wrote: "And the night shall be filled with music, And the cares that infest the day, Shall fold their tents like the Arabs, And as silently steal away." LANDRY IS DISOHARGDD. Escaped Punishment Under a Defea tire Ordinance. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Jan.' 0.--The cases brought against Sam Landry recently on the charge of conducting a house of ques tionable character at the corner of Hickory street and Commercial avenue, were tried before Police Judge Hayes yesterday afternoon and resulted in an acquittal of the accused. A large number of witnesses were ex aimed, among them being Police Of ficer Powers, Aldermen Gangner, O'Leary and Steuernagle, who participated in the sensational "raid" upon Landry's place of business on the night of December 21, last. Each testified that they had seen women of the social evil class around the place on several occasions. City Attorney Sawyer and County At torney Duffy had several lively tilts dur ing the progress of the hearing; Alder man Gangner called one witness a "liar" in open court and all were politely "called down" by Judge Hayes. The judge rendered his decision against the prosecution on the grounds of a defective city ordinance. He said: "I cannot hold the defendant on the present city ordinance In which it says that those maintaining houses of ill re pute are liable to prosecution, .atidolt fails to refer to those renting such houses. The state code says -that those who let houses, knowing them to be used for questionable rTirposes, are liable to punishment. This clause is omitted in the city ordinance which deals with such matters. While I may have my personal opinion of the case, I must govern my decision b ythe city or dinance. Were the case conducted by the county it would be different, as the city ordinance Is clearly defective." PRESBYTERIAN PASTORATE. Dr. F. H. Gwynne of Dillon Selected to Fill Vacancy. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda , Jan. 30.-Dr. F. H. Gwynne of Dillon has been selected as pastor of the First Presbyterian church in this city. This was done at an 'informal mec'ting of the congregation held last night, Mr. Owynne being the unanimous c<hoice of those present. The new pastor has been a resident of Dillon for some time past, and Is popu larly liked in the metropolis of Beaver head county. The action taken last night will he ratifled by the congregation at a subsequent meeting. Dr. Gwynne was notified of his selec tion last night and is expected to take up his residence in. Anaconda about Feb ruary il The P.resbyterian church of Anaconda has been without a pastor since .the res ignation of Rev. F. 13. Cleland, on De cember 1 last. Dr. Owynne Is not an entire stranger to the people of this vicinity, as he de livered two sermons here on Sunday, January 19, art hich time he made a favorable impression upon his hearers. He is an eloquent and forceful talker and is 62 years of age. Ho is known among Presbyterians as the "Old Mar. Eloquent." BLUTTON THE WINNER. James Owen No Match for Him in Playing Pool. (Special to Inter Mountain.. Anaconda, Jan. 30.-At the Twentieth Century club last night Ed Slutton de feated James Owens in the handicap pool tournament. Slutton scored 50 points while his op ponent made 43. The former started with a handicap of 12 and Owens with 16 points. Tonight, Gus Krug, with a hrandicap of 16, plays John Mackern, handicap 18. A game will also be played between Joe Kerin and Ed Rhue with a handicap of 10 and 15 halls respectively. The winers of the preliminaries so far are John Frinicke, Dan Sullivan and Ed Slutton. WEDDING THIS MORNING. Young Anaconda Couple Married in Catholic Church. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Jan. 30.-A very pretty wed ding was solemnized at St. Paul's Cath olic church at 8 o'clock this morning by Father Coopman. The contracting parties were Barnard Leonard and Miss Margaret Hogerty. The groom was attended by h1i 'brother, Thomas Leonesd, and Miss SafNlh Hogaity, the bride's sister, acted as bridesmaid. The young couple are well and popu larly known 'in Anaconda. In Memorlum. Whereas, The angel of death has come among us and called froln this life one of our most devoted brothers; and, Whereas, By the death of Neighbor W. C. Austin we sustain the loss of a staunch supporter, a constant worker and a loyal friend, and his family a kind husband and loving father; therefore, be it Resolved, By the members of Ella cdmp, No. 2128, R. N. A., in meeting assembled, that we sincerely mourn the loss of our departed neighbor and friend, that we extend our earnest sympathy to the sorrowing family; and, further, he it Resolved, That our charter be draped in mourning for a period of 30 days, that a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the minutes, a copy sent to the family, the Royal Neighbor paper, the Anaconda Standard and Butte Inter Mountain for publication. ARTHUR E. BLISS, MRS. E. . L. HILBERT, MRS. ~'. WHITTAKER, Committee. NOTICE REPUIBLTCANS. Meeting of Lincoln club Thursday even ing, January 30, at 7:30 sharp, at Justice Quane's office, 106 East Commercial ave nue. All republicans invited. Important business. NOW CUNTY RSAD MIxzIe Ms AD LANc EAs. FAVOr POU. raY GULt. ROUTE FROM BIG HOLE BASIM' Sheop Gulch Would Be Out of the Queetion on Aooount of the Steep Orades--Saving in Mileage. (Special to Inter Mountain.. Anaconda, Jan. 30.-When the board of' county commissioners meet next Mon, day to discuss, among other thlrgs, the. changing of the county road elaterinsg the city from the east, there will proba bly be presented a petition from a largq number of ranchers and persons inter ested in mining along the road to the, Big Hole basin, asking for the silection. of a new road from Mill Creek into the city. Some have thought Sheep Gulch would make an available route, but others differ as to this; claiming that it would not be practicable to go to the expen diture for the reason df the steep grades that would be encountered. Up Foundry Gulch. W. R. Allen, who is heavily interested In mining enterprises in French Gulch, believes that a road over the mountains via Founlry Gulch would be the most feasible of the two routes mentioned, and could be put in condition for travel at a much less cost. 'The grades are not bad," said Mr. Allen today, "by this road, and the distance 4nto Mill Creek would be about as direct as could be ob. tained. "The road could be made at least four miles shorter than the one proposed over towards Carroll; on a cold wintry day that extra difference," he cointinued Jokingly, "is quite a lot; especla'ly if a fellow is hungry. I am not in favor of Sheep Gulch for a road at all; i. might be all right for light vehicles, but for heavy loaded wagons It would be out of the question. "There is so much freighting done to wards the Big Hole basin, heavy grades should be avoided as much as possible." A well beaten road already exists through Foundry Gulch as far as the fire clay beds on the south side of the range. Will Hold Mothers' Meeting. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Jan. 30.-The members of the W. C.T. U. have announced that ar rangements have been made to hold a mothers' meeting at Dewey hall tomor row afternoon, at which time Ihe fol lowing program will be rendered: Scripture reading, prayer, song, read ing, Mrs. Kinney; recitation, Mrs. Ira Gnose; solo, Katie Vernon; paper, Mrs. McCurdy; reading, Mrs. Beckman; solo, Miss Anice English; recitation, Marie Davidson; address, Mrs. Mc('ullough; song, "Blest Be the Tie That Bind." File New Trade Mark. (Special to Inter Mountain.) The Journeymen Tallers' Unilon of America, with headquarters in Blooming ton, Ill., today registered with the sec retary of state a copy and description of its new trademark and label, to be at tached to all union made goods. The union first registered Its label in Mon tana in 1894. The trademark Is now amended by add ing a small rectangle for numbering the labels consecutively. New Mining Corporation. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Brc tgp usq y naearnnnMialohdw,lthml Helena, Jan. 30.-The Montana Gold Mining company, with headquarters in Butte, filed articles of incorporation to day. It is capitalized at $50,000. The in corporators and directors are Joseph G. Fletcher, Henry C. Mague, John Hagger ty, C. F. Chapin, Frank E. Richards and Frank H. Pilling, all of Butte, and Dan iel Arms of Philipsburg. Gold Mining Company Organized. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Helena, Jan. 30.-The National Park' 4 Gold Mining company, capitalized at 1 $100,000, with headquarters in Great' Falls, filed articles of incorporation to day. The company will mine at Cooke City, Carbon county. The incorporators are E. B. Judd, R. E. Molt, David Noble, J. A. Largent, Richard Gies, R. B. Noble and W. C. Danks. LOCAL ILRII PS A. D. T. messengers-prompt, reliable. A light snow fell in Anaconda this morning. Dr. Stephens has moved his residence to cor. Fifth and Hickory sts. Tel. 65-2. W. J. Johnson left last night for a visit to Hot Springs, Ark., and New York City. William Kelllker, chairmah of the board of county commissioners, was in Butte yesterday afternoon. The first meeting of the Lincoln Re publican club will be held this evenir.g at the office of Justic Quaine. Work has been started on the new rail way station east of Greyson Springs, p which is to be known as Durant. The Ladies' Aid society of the M. E. church were entertained this afternoon a! the church by Mrs. Collins and Mrs, Lyman. City Assessor George S. Miller re.. turned last night from Butte where he was In attendance at the meeting of' county assessors of Montana. Rev. W. C. Macurdy last evening per formed the cremony which united Pet A. McKenzie and Miss Sara Stewart In marlage. The wedding took place at th residence of the groom's sister, Mr George Irvine, No. 213 East Fourt street. Mr. McKenzie is employed at th. Washoe smelter and has many friend in this city. The bride recently arrive in the city from Canada. A letter received from Halt Lake states that Miss Lillle Whelan, a mem- f ber of last year's high school graduating class of this city, is having serious r trouble with her eyes and that an opera tlion will be necessary. Miss Whelan has been taking a normal course at a Utah school preparatory to becoming a teach. er. Oveir study is attflbuted as the ca.lee I, of her unfortunate 'trouble. iONDIN5 THE CITY CITIZENS Of DILLON MAKING MOVE F8O WATZ SaVPPLY. MAKING THE THIIRO ATTEMPT :Ras All But Actually Been Decided to Select the Con Orean Springs as the Source of Supply it Bonds Carry. (Spcccial to Inter Mountain.) l illon, Jan. 30.--A week from next Monday Dillon will vote on the propo -iltlon of bonding the city in the sum of i024,000 for the purpose of installing a ý ater works system. The bonds are to bear interest at the rate of 5 per cent, and will be redeemable ih 20 years and payable In to years. l.ach boned will be !n the sum of 11000. As yet no source of supply has been decided upon, but the one most favorably considered by the council is the Orent springs, situated at the eastern skirts of the city and within three quarters of a mile of the business center of the town. The flow from these springs Is being carefully measured to determine the amount of water they will furnish at the lowest stage, and if the flow Is enough to guarantee an adequate supply for the city's needs this source will In all' prob ability be the one selected should the bonds be voted at the coming electlon. Was Bonded Once Before. This will be the third time that Dillon has made an attempt to put in a water works system. The first time the bonds were successfully voted, but iit was dur ing the panicky years of democratic su premacy in national affairs, and the bonds were not floated. Two years ago last summer the ques tion of bonding the city for $60,000 for the purpose of installing a water works sys tem and for buying and equipping an electrlc light plant was voted upon and carried. The bonds were solo to a L3utte bank at a slight premium. , However, when the court passed upon the mater a technicality was discovered and the bonds were rejected by the bank. Thhe next time the proposition, to con form to the rulings of the court, was pre sented to the people at a special election, it was defeated by two votes. That was two years ago, and the pres ent tinim is the first time that water Works for Dillon has been agitated since. FEWS STORIES BRIEFLY TOLD IN DIANAPOLIS, Ind.-The motion that miners' officials be elected by pop ular' vote was adopted by the United Mine Workers' convention this after noon. . EVERETT, Wash.-It is stated that thb contract has been let in Minneapolis for the Great Northern passenger depot at Everett to be started within the next 60 days. COLCOTT, Ind.-Fire originating In the Odd Fellows hall last night wiped out nearly the entire business section of the city, entalling a property loss of more than $120,000. DIES MOINES, Ia.-The resolution for the investigation of the causes leading to the explosion at Lost Creek mine, by which 22 miners were killed, passed the house by a vote of 54 to 40. S T. LOUIS.-Judge Hough of the St. Louis circuit court, has decided that Archblshop Kaln has a right to sell the property of the Immaculate Conception church, as it had been shown to be cathedral or diocesan property. SEATTLE.--Mail advices from Valdes, Alaska, contain the following: Horace Tufnih, one of the carriers employed to carry mail, the all-American route be tween Eagle City and this place, was frozenm to death a few days ago. VIENNA.-The Neue Wagner Tage blatt asserts negotiations are in progress for the sale of the Philippine islands to Germany and the visit of Admiral Prince Heinry to the United States In a prelinc inary to the announcement of this sale. DES MOINES, Ia.-The Iowa C'ongrens of Mothers visited the state legislature, urging the passage of bills prohibiting child labor, establishing compulsory ed ucation, providing for, a juvenile court, and prescribing a penalty ,for kidnaping children. LONDON.-Vice-Admiral lHacrry N. Rawson, who was commander of the channel squadron from 1898 to 1901, has been appointed governor of New South Wales. This is the first time in history ,that the government has appointed an 'admiral to a colonial government. Parker Sailed for Home. (By Associated Press.) New York, Jan. 30.-Albert Pa-icer, thle English author and member of parlia ment, said before sailing for home on the St. Paul: "One of the objects of my visit hero was to look Into the labor question for parliament. In my opinion, the Ameri pan workman is more enterprising than phe English. Tile American working olan welcomes mac'hinery, while the .ipglish workman has not come up to ipt yet." y:, - He Killed Smith. (By Associated Press.) Cattlesburg, Ky., Jan. 30.--icob Jack , it is charged, shot and killed Henry itih of Kenova, last night. Jackson's Ife had left him and he claimed that lth had persuaded ther away. Jackson nt to Smlth's house last night and shot ljl four times, killing him alinost iin ttntly. He then tried to kill his wife. m.umedlately after the shooting he es 'calc'd. Funeral of Anna Benjamin. (By Associated Press.) P'aris, Jan. 30.-The funeral of Anna wornjamin, the young woman war corre. spondent, took place yesterday. The in terment was near this city, SLUCOSE COMBINE IT WILL 33 CAPITALI5a D AT EIGHTY MILLION DOtAIi.. SEVERAL DAYS IN PROGRESS It Is Skid to Be the Largest Combina tion of Interests Sinoe the Or ganisation of the United Itates Steel Co. (lty Associated P'rests.) New York, Jan. 30.-t'onsolidating the mont important glucose establishments of the United Staten, papersl of Incorpora tion will be filed accordingll to the Times in New Jersey, within a short time for the largest indusltrial colmbinatlon since the United states steel corlpora'tiotn wals organ led. The new trust will have a anpitallana tiot of eighty million divi\ded into thirty 11nll1on preferred and flity millllon lin common stock. Negotations looking forward In this deal have been in progrl.ss in this city for several days past. The companies which are sntted to have ltihus far been brought Into the deal are the (lulcne Ruigar ltefining company, the IIIhnoila 4tSugllPr Refining rolsmpany of Peklnu, III.n : ("hartlr. PoIopl al(ll..on M3 -an facturing roInplany: the NatisoIl Hltanrch coalmpany and the New York (luiiose tompalny. PRUNE STOCK LIGHT. Present Market Conditions Are Re garded as Favorable. (Hy Associated PrIens.) New York, Jan. 30.-W. (I. Allen, a prolinlient fruit dealtler of lttitrn, Ore., wiho is in this city, says, that stocks of prune' on the roant are Ilghlst, partlIul arly the Oregon produlct. "These sitocks are pretty well onelenl traled ianld are t l tron hal nds," d aidih Mr. Allhl. ".Early anllesi of Oregon prunes were satisfactory, but later there was, otnlse pressure namon holders to sell and the f. o. b. market declined. "There lhas been fsome nlmprnovemenit In 'onditionl asind, while stoscrk It offering freely at 2', eintsl f. o. b. four size basls, there are holders who tick u)p Ito 2% cents four size hiilis. "The present mtarket ondlitions ire re gritlded as favorable, stonks Ibeing in good control, both in Olegon tlndf (',Cll foriln." SixMillion DollarsSpent BY THI Union Pacific R. R. Co In Improving what was originally the fnest track in the West. RESULT A comparatively straight and level road bed ballasted with dustless 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 appreciated. WHAT DOS IT flAN? Solid comfort, security and pleasure to our patrons. ARE YOU OUINO EAST? If so, you canntot afford to go via any other than this PO1YAL HIGHWAY. IP'rther inforsnatlun on application per sonally cr by letter to H. O. W1 SBON, O. M. L. Butte, Mont. NOTICE OF ADMINISTP.ATOR'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE. Notile is hereby gtren that In pursu ance of an order of the district court of the Second Judicial district of the state of Montana, In and for the county of Slder I)ow, made on the 16th day of De cember, 1901, in the ma.tter of the estate of Mary E. Turner, deceased, the under signed, the administrator of the said es tate, will sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, subject to con firmation by said court, on Staturday, the 8th day of March, A. L., 1902, at 2 o'cloc:: p. m., at the front door of the courthouse, in Butte city, In said county of Silver Bow, all the right, title, Interest and estate of the said Mary E. Turner, at the time of her death, and all the right, title and Interest that the said es tate has, by operation of law or other wise, acquired other than or In addition to that of the said Mary E. Turner, at the time of her death, in and to all those certain lots, pieces or. 'arcels of land situate, lying and being in the said county of Silver Bow, state of Mon tana, and particularly described as fol lows, to-wit: An undivided one-fourth (%) Interest in and to the "Moody" quartz lode min Ing claim, patented and designated by I United States official survey thereof and patent therefor as Lot No. 579, Survey No. 3833, in section nine (9), township 3 north, c range 8 west, Montana Principal Base and Meridian. An undivided one-fourth (%) Interest in and to the "Kossuth" quartz lode min Ing claim, patented and designated by United States official survey thereof and I patent therefor as Lot No. 578, Survey No. 3612, in section nine (9), township 3 north, range 8 west, Montana Principal UBse and Meridian.. An undivided one-fourth (Y') Interest In and to the "Sankey" quartz lode mining c.: irn, patented and designated by United States official survey thereof and patent therefor as Lot. No. 580, Survey No. 2631, in section nine (9), township 8 north, range 8 west, Montana Principal Base and Meridian. An undivided one-fpurth ('%) Interest in and to the "Iowa" quartz lode mining I claim, which was located by Bynuna N , Beebe, on the 11th day of May, 1899, and recorded on page 50 of Book "0" of Quartz Lodes, in the records of said Sil. vc.: Bow county, to which records for de scription reference is hereby made. Terms and conditions of sale: Cash, 10t per cent of the purchase money to be paid to St adminlstrator on the day of a.ae, baltace on conArmatioa of sald sale by said court. Deed at expense of purchaser. FRANM H. COON.Y.T, Admanlltrator of the Estate of Mary 3. Turner, Deceased, C. P. DREfNNIONe Attorney for Adminis trator. Pullmain Dining and Library Car Route TO SALT LAKE DENVER. KANSAS CITY OMAHA CHICAGO ST. LOUIS mad Pil *aletern Poiea Short Line to Colorado, Arizona and Mexico San Francisco, Is Angeles (Ocean or Rail) Pertised and All Pacific ('oast Pulots. Dauart..1:0 a. tn. 3:00 a. m...Arrive Dl,c lrt..4:10 p. m1. 5:;20 p. mt..Arrive TIcket Offloe, lO N. Main Street Butte. Montana n. O. WI iLSON General Agent The Best Friend the Northwest Ever Had "The Road That Made the Northwest Famous." LIAiAVidS II.TTlI. For St. i'aul and East, dally .....................t:30 p. I . (Ir(til i'alloi Icacl, dailly ...9:45 u. im. i'romii Ht. Pl'ul, daily ......9:43 I. mi. IFr'onl (ltreat lFallan aet I('1 ena, dully .................3:6O p. m. FULL IlNFORMATION FROM City Ticket OMiceo, No. 41 North Maine street, Butte. J. /4. D)awson. Usneral & .j..#,. Cor. Park and Ma,n Sts Butte Schedale Arrive Dcpari No. 12, to St. Paul, Minneapolis, Du- 12.4! aL.u I2ai., luth and the Elast. No. II, to Spokane, Seattle, Portland and all Western 7l.20 l pne points ............. No. 14, East bound local, for St. Paul and East; Bill ings and all Mis sourl river points, also Denver......... io. 13, West bound from St. Paul and East, and all B. & M. and Missouri points, Denver.... II. am8 Garrison local to and from all points L p 5 95a West .......... Mixed, to Whitehall, daily except Sun day; Twin Bridges Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday; Norris and Pony Monday and Priday: leaves from N. P. Local Freight Do-. Short Line to Denver W. IL MERRIMAN, Gen. Agt, -. A. 0 P. IR. . Cc. TIME TABlE.. 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 B3., .*. & P. depot, Ana conda, for Butte as fo!uows: E:40 a. m., 3 p. m. and 7 p. m. Great Northern trains leave Anaconda: 8:40 a. m., Great Falls and Helena local, via Butte. 3 p. m., to connect with trains for all points east, west and south on Oregco Short Line. Northern Pacific trains leave Ana* conda: 9:30 a. m. for all points west. 7:10 p. m. to connect wit.t westbound Northern Pacific. :0:75 p. m. to connect with eastbound Northern Pacific. Arrives 1:10 p. m., Northern Pacfio connection from the we.st. Arrives 8:25 p. m., connection from the east. Arrive:. 12:10 p. m., connection fonom the west. To connect v. th Northern Pacific ovor l.::d at Logan leaves Anaconda at 8:40 a. m. Tickets for sale for all points local and through on the Great Northern railway. Oregon Short Line railroad and Northern Pacifio railway and their connectlons. Rtenamhlp tickets for sale to tll ;gol& to Europe by the above EI .. ..