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THE lIT!R MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA DEPARTMENT
" 4 * THE WINNING OAIDIDATES * * First Wtird-Charles E. Car- 4 * riher. " S $eoond War4-Charles E. * * Williamp. - Third Ward-A. G. McLean. O - Fourth Ward-N. Knudson. > " Fifth Ward-Angus G. Mo- ' * Donald. * Sixth Ward-Otto 0. Rine- 4 * hardt. 4 MADE A MISTAKI BEIJTER CITY DLMOC2RATS HAVE DEFEATED THIHEMSELVES. PLATFORM WAS BAD AFFAIR One Democrat Expresses Himself as Being Particularly Disgusted With the Declaration of Prin ciples Adopted. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, April 2.-Anaconda demo crats are very much ashamed of the reso lutions adopted by the delegates to their late city convention. One prominent democrat said today that he would have given $50 in cold cash five minutes after they were 'adopt ed by the convention if the work could have been undone. "I can'.t understand," said he. "how it happened; but somehow the delegates wanted them, and they went through. It was a great mistake that they were allowed to go before the convention at all. "I don't blame the republicans for using them for campaign purposes by displaying them as much a.s possible alongside the resolutions adopted by their own convention. I am, indeed, sorry to say it, but there is no denying the fact that the democrats made an awful mistake. But I guess we will 'have to make the best of the matter now. "By their own fooli~hness the demo crats have made defeat certain for their party this spring." HAD A LEG BROKEN. Engineer on the Little Railroad Has Lot of Trouble. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, April 2.--Harry 'Lanyon, an engineer of one of the compressed air engines running on "Cigarette" hill at the new works, received a broken leg this morning in a miniature wreck on the dummy road. The engine jumped the track and several cars followed it. In some manner Lanyon's leg was caught between the engine and a car and was broken. I.anyon is about 20 years old. His parents reside in this city. He was re moved to St. Ann's hospital. An employe at the new works named Peck has his foot run over by a wagon this morning. Several small bones were broken but 'the injury is not serious. Coal Dealers Combine. (By Associated Press.) New York, April 2.-Representatives of nearly every retail coal dealer in this city have met and determined upon prices that go into effect today. The price changes were similar to those an nounced at Philadelphia by the Phila delphia & Reading company. Margaret Theater, Anaconda I. I'. COLLINS, Manager Tuesday, April 8 Jules Murry Presents America's Great est Emotional Actress, flies ROSE COiIILAN In a Society Play of Today Forget-Me-Not A Great Star, a Great Play and Great Cast. Miss Coghlan's first appearance here In years. L. F, V ,RBVRCKMOES (ptic;an and Jeweler Eyes Examined, $1; to ap ply on glasses if ordered within flye days. A fine lot of new railroad watches just received. A few second-hand watches are on sale at a special low price this week. 116 East Park. 1 The Daly Bank and Trust Company of Anaconda. 1 M Anaconda, Montana General banking in all branche, Sell exchanges on New York, Chl ago., St. Paul, Omaha, San Fran cisco, etc., and draw direct on the principal citles of England, Ire land, Fr eice, Germany and the Orient. Deposits of $1.00 and up ward received. Correspondents National City Bank, New York; y First National Bank, Chicago; First National Bank, St. Paul; M Omaha National Bank, Omaha; M Bank of California. San Francisco. g John R. Toole, Pres.; M. B. Green- 4 wood, V. P., Louis. 'V. Bennett, 4 Ca,'hl)r: F. C, Norbeck, Asst. Cash. 4 LAY Of[f GROUNDS GUN CLUB CHANGE HEADQUAR TERS TO RACE TRACH. IDEAL PLACE FOR SHOOTING Direction Will Be Northwesterly-New Traps, Electric Pulls and All Latest Appliances for Live Bird and Inanimate a'rget Shooting. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, April 2.--This afternoon the new shooting grounds of the Ana conda Gun club were laid off In the cen ter of the race track of the city. This marks an epoch of improvement In the local club, as the new grounds ivll be fitted with every possible con venience and all the latest things that go to make the modern, up to date shooting club. The five new expert traps supplied with electric pulls have arrived and will be In place in a few days. Besides these the mango trap that has been used by the club for some time will he In place, and the Sargent system of shooting unknown traps and un known angles from fire rotations, using three traps will be used. This puts the total number of traps belonging to the club at nine, eight be ing experts and one mango trap. The electric pulls of the expert traps are a vast improvement over the old system of levers. The target Is pro jected from the trap much quicker and the results are better scores, which pleases the shooters mightly. Remove the Building. The building now located on the old ground east of the city will be removed to the new site, another will be erected, the judges stand at the race track will be pressed into service and during the state tournament, May 30, 31 and June 1, several large tents will be placed on the grounds to be utilized by the shoot ers. Every possible convenience and comfort will be had. The Anaconda Gun club now boasts of 46 active members, with quite a number more in prospect before the month is up. The officers of the club are: Frank Klepetko, president; L. G. Smith, vice president; 13. D. Mahon, treasurer; James Cochran, secretary, and H. H. Nell, captain. All are enthu siastic sportsmen and It is to their ef forts that the present prosperity of the local organization is due. The work of fixing up the new grounds will be pushed as rapidly as possible and they will be in use in a short time. LOCAL IRI-FiS A. D. T. messengers-Drompt, reliable. A. G. McDonald, candidate for ailder map in the Fifth ward, is expected home from Seattle today. The Catholic Ladies' Aid society met at the home of-Mrs. T. I. Flemming on Cherry street this afternoon. J. H. Mulchy, for the past two years with the Martin Drug company of this city, has resigned his position. Chief of Police Taylor, who has been confined to his bed by sickness during the past few days, is reported as doing nicely. James Lynch, the 10-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lynch, died this morning at the family residence, 620 Spruce street. German Lutheran services will be held at the Scandinavian church, corner Fifth and Cedar streets, at 8 o'clock this even ing. Itev Mr. Hudtloff, pastor. County Attorney Duffy has filed an in formation in the district court against M. L. Fisher, colored, charging him with having received stolen property from Kate Sullivan in the shape of $780 in money. "Forget Me Not." (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, April 2.-The forthcoming production of that thrilling society drama, "Forget-Me-Not," at the Mar garet theater next Tuesday, by Miss Rose Coghlan and a specially selected cast of players, promises to be the most fashionable theatrical event of the sea son, inasmuch as Manager Collins has already received requests for several sections of seats and boxes to accom modate parties made up of the elite of local society folk. Some of the most in tensely dramatic scenes in the range of modern drama are compressed into this four-act play, which gives Itose Cogh lan full scope for her magnificent cos tuming and the display of the talent which has won her international fame. Hearst Library Report. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, April 2.-Miss Elizabeth L. Thomson, librarian at the Hearst Free Library, has issued the following report, covering the month of March: General .............................. 26 Philosophy ............................ 7 Theolcgy ............................ 16 Social science and philosophy........ 19 Natural science ...................... 72 Useful arts .......................... 59 F ine arts ........................... 20 Literary miscellany ................. 96 Poetry and drama ..................... 65 Fiction .................... .........2,808 History and, travel .................. 377 T otal ............................ 3,565 Attendance reference department...2,152 Cards issued to date.................7,882 Notice to Elks. - Regular meeting of Anaconda Lodge No. 239, B. P. O. E., Thursday evening, April 3. Installation of officers. F. II. CLINTON, Secretary. WANTED-DRUGGIST-MUST BE SO btr . nd hold assistant papers. State sr:itry expected. Address, Martin I 'rug Co., Anaconda, Mont WAS DUf Y'S TURN BIG JOKE PUT UP ON THE POPU LAR COUNTY ATTORNEY. VICTIM OF AN APRIL FOOL Heretofore It Has Been Sheriff Conley and Night Chief O'Brien, but Not So This Time--ven for Former Jobs. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda. April 2.-Duffy says he didn't leave the house, but he did just the same, as can be proven by a score of jockesters who were instrumental in putting up the job on him. About 2 o'clock this morning a number of convivial souls who hold the county attorney in high esteem remembered that it was April Fool day. Inasmuch as Mr. Duffy has in years gone by taken especial delight in getting Sheriff Jack Conley out of bed In the "wee sma' hours" and having him in company with Night C'hief Frank O'Brien chase over town after imaginary postoffice robbers and like offenders, it was decided that Duffy's turn had come at last. So the startling Information of a shoot ing scrape in the rear of a Main street saloon was conveyed to the county at torney by telephone. The message said that the victim of the fray was dying and wanted to make a statement to Mr. Duffy. Would Mr. Dusty come at once? Every moment was precious. Yes. Mr. Duffy would be down in live minutes. And he was. And in five more he was back at his house in bed. And todlay he inaisted that he never left his residence. There were no April jokes played on Sheriff Conley or Night Chief O'Brlep last night. WILL BE A RANCHER. Richard Sharp and Family Will Live Near Missoula. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, April 2.-Richard Sharp and family left this morning for Missoula. They will take up their residence on a ranch some eight miles from that city. Mr. Sharp has been for a long time employed in the office of the city treas urer. lie held the position under J. It. Walkup and under the present treasurer, W. W. Harper. Ira Gnose has been ap pointed to succeed Mr. Sharp. Dr. and Mrs. W. II. English will he the next Anacondans to remove t,o Mis soula. They Intend going in a couple of weeks. YAQUIS ON WAR PATH. Indians Are Again Giving the Mexi can Government Trouble. (By Associated Press.) Phoenix, Ariz., April 2.-A specinal to the Republican from Bishee says: A. C. McDonald, who has just reached this city fronm Suaqul (irande, Honors, says that trouble is feared by the Mexican government from the Yat;Il Indians. Mexican soldiers have taken all of the water holes in the district inhabited by the Yaquls and intend to drive them out of the country in this manner. Military officials have advised all for eigners to gRt out of the country, and many of them are getting out as fast as possible. The Yaquis are doing very little fight Ing, but make raids whenever possible to get arms and ammnunlilon with which to carry on warfare as soon as serious trouble conmmencets. MEMORIAL MEETING THURSDAY. Life and Public Services of John Alt geld Commemorated. (By Associated Press.) New York, AIpril 2.-Preparations are being rapidly completed for the memo rial meeting which is to take place next Thursday evening in Coope'r Union to commemorate the life and services of John P. AlIgeld, the late governor of Illinois. Ernest II. Crosby will preside. The principal adldress will be made by Clar ence S. Datrrow of Chicago. An inoten stlng fe('attur (tf the programl will Ie the rtadling of the famouts (Thlick amauga adedreasiellivered on the battle field of Chlcldamauga by Governor Alt gold upon the dedcleation of the monu nment to the Illinois troops. Short speeches will be made by well known labor and single tax adlvoctates. cates. WILL BUILD SUGAR MILL. State of Texas Extensively in the Sugar Business. (By Associated PrF'ess.) Houston, Texas, April 2.--I(overnorl Sayers and the penitentliary bIoarid htave reached a decision on thte matter of the erection of the sugar mill on the state farm in Bar-oria county, which bielongs to the state and is cultiva.ted bIy con vlcts. The proposition adtitted provides Sfor the erection of a 100-toll mill to ('ost 3268,500, and to be complet.ed by October 15th. The state has 100,000 tcres in cane on the farm this year and will iuild a iaio road from the site of the proposed mill to the Brazos river In orltri to take ad vantage of water translortttion in mov ing the crop. OSTEOPATHS ARE RECOGNIZED. Controversy Between the Doctors itk Iowa Is Finally Settled. (ly Assoclated Prese.) Des Moines, Iowa, April 2.-The senate has passed a bill adjusting tihe diffi culty that has long existed bfetween the osteopathic and the regular doctors of the state, requiring the state board of medical examiners to issue certificates to the osteopathic phyMcians who pass an examination in doesignated selence. The hill is a compromise of the long standing controversy and results In the recognition of the osteopathic school. PERSOGNA ABUSE L- ONLY CAMPAIGN ARGUMINT O~F TS ' DEMOCRATS. DENNIS O'LEARY'S BAD BREAK iui~ Explanation of How the Raise in Salary of City Officers Occurred --Done by Democratic Votee. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaonda, April 2.--Aside from the tnud slinging,, the display of plersnal abuse of meIn n the reptulblican ranks, the tlrlllnpal argumncnt that the demo crats have put forth in the presentt eI'lm paign ih the melter City is the nlleged extr\avaganl e of the reputlleain atllnlllls tration In the lmatter of salarlst . This theory., hiowever, has been conmpleteltly explloded by the facts contlaied ill the repuhlician resolutions and hiacltd tipi by the records In the city hall. The lhooks of the clly ilhrk show that when the nmatter ofl creating the posltion of asslstant chief of tleh fire deplartment came upl at their regular June nllceltug of thei city c uncill, lilte plro osition met with the unanimlous nliipprvail of every membeir of that body. tiepubii(ican and democratic menlllberl voted for It and Dennis (O)'Lary, a delloclratic memlber of tile judiciary .0on0luiI ittie, to whom the ordinanice wae referred, gave his sancltion to the meas ure nille rec'onnlendted its passage. How O'Leary Voted. One nmont.h later at reshlllton was offered by Alderman WIIIIntmlis to plan~· the ,Ity engineer uponl the salary basiu of $1t5 per: monlth. 'l'his atter wI\H also referred to the Juillcitery conmmitteel an I on that occasion Aldin.ini' O'Leary ant ('arrlher were the only niiniiiHrs of that cllommtititee presenit. ('pon motion of (O'Leary, after tlhe matt r had hewn referred to the comi mittee, a reces wI' as(' taken, at the end of which the judilcary ceconmittee sub mitted lt.s report to the councill. Si'l,'.lry, acting a. ch('airlian ofi the colrnllitte, wrote the following in iup protal of what is known as ordinance No. 1;8, atmending ordintance No. 89) w 'ilh cil wase enonurred in by hlis i-- . lelague, Mr. Carriher. Report Written by O'Leary. "\''W, your colnnmlltte on Jtcli.lary, reemlnllllnel d tlhat tilh above ordiinaii d "(Signed) ). O'IdPA Y. C. 1.. CARIRIIIEL." , The report of the committee was I Aeid.Uy d tl.;n O upon Ithe motilonl. of O'Lteatry, which was sUecodetlh'd by Wil liams, the rules werte sunwonded and lthe (. IIInce w'1iH paNled without. go.li. throllgh the usual orl'der. '1Thi rcordl's of the cOllllmmittee shOW thaI the defmoc'rat Ic aidrnl'llln w\Vre equally responsible for these particular changes, yet demnocratih politiclans have endel'vored, but have 'failed, to make out that the passage of ordlinalnce No. 178 was a piece of awful extavl'iailll(l. O'Leary's Inconsistency. Fllrmer A ldermll'an O'L.rI'y waI a melb.llllt'r of the ('(orlllijitt 'i on rlesolutlons aplpntled by the chauirt'nni of thet late demolc'l'r tt co.,nvention. ''hi' reolltills were wi' wrlitten by him andf dlemollorats who lle fully n;q'all; telild with the facts declare that iihe displayed great inlconsistenc'y Itd1 lack of juIg 1n*It( In e'lilgraft ing intho Ithose revol tIons the fIlso statemenl'llt that the cr'1. Limrr of thll olfcl, of iaNistallnt chle of Ilhe fire d4llllllepartment liandl the pIloinog of ithe' city enginieeor upnill It. ne1w nunlary baI,:s increallsed the exp,.ense of runnnlhg the city government $2,700 per yeallr, wthen,, a.s a mllatter of fact, as the ri pu(lleanh nre,,lutlons state, tile oflic of tlassistant ,eih(i has iIl(lcrllased flI wltly exihense of thi the der Ill,tl'lllluellt I,.s thanll $! De.r Irnilth, while the l tllellonlcy of tIhr de parInli',t ihas beenl greatly ibnproved by al doing. 'The city engineer, who previously re c(v, I $10 per day f.or his work, besides beintg allowed as.istlance wh.n he Ine.,"de it, now gets a little over $4 per dlay I for hit eltirt time and has been requirelll.d to furllnish his own help whllen hle Iecdod th' serlvices of an assistant. Must Have Had 'Em. (London Chronicle.) The t1iuIu:l t'raveIlet were telling the usua;l snI,0ke stories round I t. usual c(i( Ile,'. One( of themlll alpareltly lalI lllthing to tell, for he declinelld to lake ully pa;'t i the conrversaltionl until the eKpll,,llcriees of tile otherls cad becoime exhausted. Then he roused hlmlsell re luctantily. "'I did on1ce kill a s1natke," he c'onfessed andiffl'er' tly; "I iaw It lying by Ihe 1ihde of thel road and 1 pickedl up a lhUck andI broket It Iback." "Well, there'i nothing rlltirkable about that," said the others, looking din appointed. "Northing whatever," adomllt1.d the ,nmai who had told tile tale, "except Ihat the stick I picked up happened to be a .cibra. Toothpicks Won. (Washington Star.) , Williiam P. Itallard, who Is an temlola 've' of the ienate, had an int, resting relic of a ('alifoinla ('tiai ;laigin, which he cr(l'rie In his v\'.t Ipockt. It 1is a celluloid toothplck wllh an ,xcellhent m iniature of ltelresctntative l )ud of C'alifornla prlntred on Its back, wlth the lnsCrliptlion, "''My plck for con lgresk."( During the last carnoni gn Mr. i4II i l's district was filled with the.s, toothlplcks. Popular hotels and eating hous,'s served them to theol guellsts, iand t(ousands of his friends supplied thmln ftr their tables at homl. The fight didn't prove to be a very close one, aN Mr. Loud Is popular outsidle his own parly, and very many of his personal fflenitl v\oted for him because they be lilvetl he was a good man to represent t4eli dlstriet. Tfe polled over 5,000 votes a4ore' than his democratic opponent. XXXX OxxxXXXXx000( x Copper City Commercial Co. Special Dress Goods Offerings Barethea. Cloth Nuns Veiling 75c Yard t)ne of this eraeon's populanr fIh We are showing a full line of col rl's for up-to-date dressers, purtly I rings in velling this season, both all wool. in all h11 nw shaldest ; 10 light and heavy weight. The cor ilnches wih,, $1.00 value. Ir t thing for skirts, (tc. Special, 61ic Yard Only 75c Yard EtWoo.iine Watistings Wool Albatross 30c yard º000 yyrrd Fir it etv'rll'(ttbl \\'wlist or IdIri'4 e li igs In I t is re Ihl,'i in nothling. bttlr, itlo cohlio hrrs o bright r ld iIrotty, II lUI'urluIols o le ' i rein |t, light blue, pink, 1 sbdai , nil, castorl, it'l t gruy ltitl' tOr S nta. y rh t t li, ra i atdiui tlllt l, I Ait rll pltLty stripes an it worth tht ck. 'ibis is a big bargain at t GO! t; l d. 75c Yard Special Price Today 300 Yard NEW PATTERN HATS Twenty New French Patterns go on sale this week. Come in and figure with our milliners on your new spring hat. ( Copper City Commercial Co., Anaconda. xxxxxxxxxxxX XX XXXxxx xx UIJD[Tl FORCASTS$ ENGLAND MUST RAISE SOME MORE MONEY. MAY EXTEND THE INCOME TAX Sir Michael Hicks-Beach Is Not With out Plenty of Advice as to the Best Course for the Gov ernment to Pursue. I ty Ass.latted Pr','ss.) S.,1,.1n, \April 2.--IIlKudgI't fort'c~'ist are pilieltiful . It iis tld ittl ed that ml .re Inmon'y mIIUHs I),' r'aJis'l Iln order to etIll' the co't of the war and Sir Michhael Ilic ks-itecjh ditaily rec:iven numerous letters adviing him how to ant. A conimitteeI of the C(ohden 'lub hlas issuedll palamphlet urging the extreni4on of Ith ilrome talx tIo all Inomsll of over £5.00 nd recom i iiIndIIiig Ihat further revllenue required should be raised by In itiiriilig t~I' ratLe o tihe intcomiie tax or i.ncreaetig the death dutl.ies upon largerr etatt.' ori addingi Lo thi LaLXilion ofi to )IUrm1o lllt ntoxlcarlts. The chancellor of the exc'helquer pro hally will mnake blis finaniJal statimenlltt In tLLh house Iof commolns before the elnd of inex wie'k. FOR STIEALING A BIBLE. James Mason Got One Year in the Penitentiary For It. I.ly AsIoiatIed L'Pr'Hn.) Louistvilh i, Ky., April 2. Joimes Mason, a daf ilute has been lntencetd ito o no year in the pihnitnitlary utter entering a pia oif glilty t) thle unusual charlge of ittllllng a bible. 'rhe flat tIIh: at the tim,0 of the theft, he hlll iocieail.h-d tIll wtiurI.iI blook In somie bed clothing l'hlinging to Naule iSpeari, Lthi wn,.r of the volllllume, Iand had fm'/olot n I n s ,- l t he cIhing back ahldel to thi.' i v.il'llty of hi. i ;ii nllun c e. .tilgi . :iclitelford M tlltr, ifter mH l lithing la.l.on,4. Iniide a subseripttion of $1 I, a fitund which was sltdiltty colei'te'd and le' pr)l'li r left for F'rankford h),,rinr g witilh htut a: ible pl si''H t id toL hlii ii iy Ith Judge and the oflilrs of the court. EULOGY ON McKINLEY. Bishop Fowler Says He Was Descended From Irish King. (By Assoclav d 1'ress.) New York, April 2. At, the fifteenth nlniviersa'try cilehhrltinon of the War V't t;ans attsicialloilt of tlhi Now York on- fere'nce hi Id at the (Ira:e Metholdist E':pl.m.,.l church, Ilshop Fowler, speak in. on the fI1e of I'Prhsident McKlnloy Faild I1oe taid the penally of greitnelln. (torn ii ita. t ith' be rllme ia ting, ihe Vet, I \up wit h I,nneo lt and iurlfield to ''ra ii'i; t tie grnnltoloigy of his f;arnlly, itl, sl,'aIe'r said that M1f nlrley's atne's Iolr otl: h. e traced ba(k to the fi|lrst I'ing of' I+tid til i.d owni I through ei;:ghty other kings. AA fnor hi 'grat' ;nIe,I whlrln compared v'ith 4'asar, the lottoer woulld1 have tO take " tt u nitk sett. VALUABLE PAINTINGS SOLD. Eighty Were Disposed of at Public Auction in New York. (By Asnoiatted Presu.) Ne.w York, i.April 2.--I,;ighly p)hilltngs fari the collection of the lahle F. C. .31tlhie,,on, have been sold aIt I hilel nitllo'ittn for $112,500. i4 anet' of the high 'l'esr' paid were for the following: "Arabs (Crossing a Stralt iii,'' by A. Hehri yrir, $13,000; "'the Awv;lkleing of ove'," by N. V. l)las, $10,000. "Ofleier Ordering an Advance," E. D)etaille, $7,100. "A Oypsey Mother," L'ud wig KInaus, $7.200. "('cstle andt Forlst, enlhI;trdy," J. 11. ('. C trot, $0,200. "A No'rnaondy Ilori';-',," Ito!a BItnhiu'tr, $7,200. "Cowt and )Dog," C. 'lT'rynon. $4,100. Build Plant at Bethlehem. I iy Assoeiated Press.) Net' York, April 2.--Alt (txterilttnntal plant, aicordinlg to a Iletlhl.ehleit, t a., special, to cost severatl ntlllliotni of dol lars, is to be built at thi' liethllehltiiti Steel cornpany's works by President Schwab, of the United States Steel cor poration and Ciha'rles T. Schron, former ly president of the Pressed Steol Car company, for the manufactuor of tclr wheels front plresed steel. Work on the machinery haits begun NOTE BROKER ARRESTED. Sears Had His Pockets Full of Thenm When Caught. (lly Associlacd Pr'rr...) New York, April 2.--Alfred J. S'aitrl lilts belilet I arrl.ested h'lere, after dispolsing of' It nIlumtbr of notei' siglted Iby ai stove tallutfac'turinlg firm of (tleneval, N. Y. lie was specifiellly chalrgetd with un lawful ai'(c ul tin g $4100, in ht1 In a tlt'r Iienrtaut, uti IlOtels llnlll g for $:3,01)0 were ifound In hti i ilktetls iand oit' brhokers w.re 1iloiLt to Iad v ncil 53,1.,00 liimore wheIat they bet.I'ate H splchllus, After a iellhpholt.' i-oift' en.lei wi'llh tlhe Illril, Sarsie wali i nirieMled. Gen. Alger's Part. (W\Vnhingtot P'lt.) If lthe governlntllllt wounl only ru'Hlt'u sret1 front the co'llar iinto whicih It was '1i5i, sonme, tIhne In A lrlt, 1190, thel com pl'11e r'leprt of the IidKoge Investg\' l tng e'o)hmmissionliH , , inclnllding testlalitly, olltihtl relportsl, dlwnlllllnll tH , ie'., and distlribullte It among Ithe Amn'rle'an popIlel .1s was Ilron)lse whien the co'inaniiiI ignnal ts work, it woult II 14e sen that, so far frontl "Irrotriltevahla ri'i n," (l'h 'ineral Alger is . mtlll ied tl ii vory h lonoral'lblle anl d en vihle renowl n . I'lr tl part he plhyed in Microscopic. (fr'ionti thel N'ew York Timnie.) Whn'a .1ll.dge arl'narld was on the Ibenc'h landl hlolllnlg c'ouirt in I'oulglhkae(psiee 14a ltwyr' who dili not like him chre el.edl to Hsee a t1-rclt c:)In lyhig on the floo'r, I'lilking IIt up Itnud Lh ldilng It forth lit ofsti'n lu dis.i i dis lay, he said: "I ili4n 'l ho, t hor fromil Ithe value of lthis it,lll. I that It IimusLt Ihlong to the ('01i1 1." "Antd I Imtaline," rplie'd .uilge( liar ntrd, "lhat If It was not such a snell cohn tihlt court never wound have been it." Keep Your Eye on Sl.aw. (If.r llte's Wicekly.) W.Vlll H' (,rsltry I,,.le M. lShaw wias governl'r iof lawit ll l when his proei denllal "Iibooml" wa;i IIrst hieunchcid, an Towa n, ewspapeir, ,sckling to a.divertlse the fiu't, printed cvery daily at lhe head oif ts t. edtortinl otzlumn: "Kei your eye aon hIIaw." A clltlzn of (ic' tlawkeyc ,late recnfly o lnitn intod on this ho the new sec''retaliry of hil, Iran'iiry. ''"'lhat was till rlitht, ufci'i'rnoir, while wt i were talktil g 'll f Ium illnglll'lll y(iii f('o r pri'sl - d1nt," ' " r;,il. "hlit now that you have tlihe cstltnl of $700,000,000 or $l00.,000,000 of thi govriiimiTi"nt's aonemy, It's lmne to taker thai sign dlown. l'ioople will think we haven't crtlnfitleli, In you." B. A. L P. R. R. CO. TIME TABl.E. Effective 12 to 1 a. m. March 2, 1902. Ti anns hlave II. A. & P'. depot for Ana conda as follows; 7 a. nm.; 10 a. m.; 12:00 P. mt.; 5:16 p. In.; anld 11:30 p. in. Leave', Atllc unoilad for Iiullo, 8:30 a. m.; 11:L. a. m.; 3 p. m.; 7:16 p. m. i'4l-lenlgelU change for Northern Pa. elieh train at Durant to connect with Northern Par tilc Overland. At Logah via lIutle: Leave Aana conda at 11:20 it. rm. Trains leaving Aamuiiuul. at 3 p. m. connect at Hllver How wih Oregon Short Line for traills ieast, south allnd west. Traillu conIInecti:ng with Orealt Northern at Butte leave Anlaculla 8:30 a. mi. and 7:15 p. m. Ticket. for sale for all points local and through on the Great Northern railway, Oregon Short Line railroad and Northera Pacific railway and their connectionl. Ftaalnship tickets fotr sate to all loint. ta Elnrp. by thu ab-vu :inoa. Six Million Dollars Spent BY THE Union Pacific R. R. Co. In Improving what war origlually the finest track In thie West. RESULT A comparatively straight and level roadbed ballasted with dustless tiherman granite, rendering po.sl lile the highest rate of speed, to. gether with the greatest degree of safety. Th., magnitude of the work laust be seen to be appre. elated. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? uSolid comfiort, security and pleasure to our patrons. Atlt YOU GOING EAST? It so, you cannot afford to go via any other than this ROYAL HltH-. WAY. Further Information on ap plicallon personally or by letter 'to H. O. WILSON, 0. 8. L. Butte, Mont.