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Tn! INTlR MOUNTAIN'S ,ANACONDA DEPARiTMfNT
[ND Of FIRST Y[AR CITY COUNCIL MET THIS MORN ING TO RECURIVE REPORTS. GOOD FINANCIAL CONDITION Receipt of Poll Tax for Last Year Payment of Indebtedness and War rants Rdeemed-Paying Up Some Damage Suits. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, May 5.-Today is the close of the first year of the administration of Mayor Stephens. At the session of the city council, which convened at 10 o'clock this morning, the renorts of the various city officials were submitted. According to the one submitted by Treasurer Harper the finances of the city have been conducted in a satisfactory nmanner. One item of importance in tie receipts Is that of poll tax, the amount of $11,619 being collected from that source. The collection of licenses has also been mwell attended to. During the year good progress was mnale towards paying off the city indebt edness. Rix of the first sewer bonds issued were redeemed, amounting to $6,000. The Snook and May judgments, the re sult of damage suits brought against the municipality, as a result of accidents due to defective sidewalks during democratic administration, amounting to $7,713.53, ,were paid. The city engineer's offlce shows up well. Particular attention was paid to the sew ers during the year, that being the prin c(lpal work of construction performed by his department during the past year. Police Magistrate. I'olice Magistrate It. J. Hayes in his annual report stated that he had heard a total of 327 cases during the pau:t year': that he had collected in fines $1,725 and that the total expense of his department was $1,000, the salary of police magis trate, and $1.50 paid out for stationary. Total, $1,011.50. Report of Fire Chief Department. The entire loss for the year just closed, from May 1, 1901, to April 30, 1902, is estimated by the insurance companies which have sustained loss, at about $14, 000, the greatest part of which was oc casioned by one fire; the one which oc curred at the Standard building on the evening of September 24, 1901. The total number of fire alarms turned in during the year was 53; as follows: 44 box alarms; six still and thrue, tele phone alarms to each of which the de partment has responded with the results shown in the above statement of losses. The equipment of the department con sists of: One first-class La France fire engine. One first-class hose wagon. One first-class comb'nation Seagrave hook and ladder truck. . Five, head of horses. All of which are In first-class condition. During the year there was purchased for the fire department 500 feet of hose and two fire alarm Ioxes. The present amount of hose on hand is 2,500 feet of first-class; 500 feet of second class. We have also 18 fire alarm boxes, besides which w\e are carrying six private boxes for the Anaconda Copper Mining com pany, whch are good protection for the city. We also have 11 miles of fire alarm wire which Is in first-class condition. The water service has been up to the usual high standard and It has been necessary to use the engine but once dur ing the year and that was outside the e!ty limits. Margaret. Theater, Anaconda r. COLLINS. Manager Three Nights, Commencing Monday, May 5th. The I AF Great IVLVVI The World's Greatest Hypnotist Accompanied by NEIWTON SMITH The Cornetist. )on't nilss the sensational blind-folded drive from the Montana hotel at 3 o'clock, Tuesday, May 6th. Prices: 25c, 350 and 50c. L. F. VERBERCKMOES Optician and Jeweler Eyes examined; glasses in all styles correctly fitted a specialty. Fine watch and jewelry repairing. All glasses and work guaranteed. Also a line of railroad watches, clocks, and anything in the jewlry line at the very lowest prices. 116 East Park avenue. M The Daly Bank and Trust i K Company of Anaconda. K H Anaconda, Montana SGeneral banking in all branches, Sell exchanges on New York, Chi cago, St. Paul, Omaha, San Fran cisco, etc., and draw direct on the principal cities of England, Ire land, France, Germany and the Orient. Dleposlts of $1.00 and up. ward received. Correspondents National City Bank, New York; K First National Bank, Chicago; K Fir t National Bank, St. Paul; V Omaha National Bank, Omaha; y Bank of California, San Francisco. M John R. Toole, Pres.: M. B. Green. g wood, V. P.: Louis. V. Bennett, a Cashier; F. C. Norbeck, Asst. Cash. g S . 36 . Norbeck,6 636 CITY COUNCIL METI PREPARING FOR NEW ALDERMEN TO TAKE THEIR SEATS. MEMBERS ARE ALL PRESENT First Business Considered the Presen tation of Monthly and Annual Re ports of City Officials-New Al dermen Not Present. (Specrial to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, May 5l.-The city council met this morning promptly at 10 o'clock for the purpose of cleaning tip the year's business preparatory to the new aider mi n taking their a ats this evening. All members were present excepting Alderiman Holtenhoff. None of the recently elected dem'io eratic, members were present to witness the pr c :ed ngs. iTh first order of business taken up was the presentation of the monthly and annual report of offlcers followed by the reading of bills. Eleet a President. Among the things will be the election of a president of the council. It is probable that C'harles tarriher will be elected to this place, he being the one must prominently mentioned for the position. Mayor Stephens will also announce his appointments and committees for the year. At a conference had last Friday night with the republican members. who are In the major:ty in the council, a sat Isfactory understanding was arrived at concerning theml. It is not believed that the democratle minority will oppose them and tle opin ion is expressed that the aldermen and mayor will perform th.eir duties 1molre harmoniously this year than was the case inl the month just closed. On motion of Fred Gangner, the re tiring aldermen were allowe\\ their pay today for services rendered in May. COUNCIL WILL MEET ALDERMEN-ELECT TO BE SWORN IN (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, May .--Tonight at 7:30 o'clock the council wil! meet again, at which time the pldermen-elect will be sworn in and take the seats vacated by their predecessors. The new members of the body are W. A. c'ollins, Joseph Lopke, John Lowler and John Nagle, the other two, ('harles c'arrlher and H. F. Collins, members of the present body, being re-elected, will succeed thel selves. The outgoing aldermen are Charles Ht. Williams, Pat Mellugh and Fred Gangner, the seat of Dennis O'Leary being vacant, he having re signed some weeks ago. The new council will consist of the following members: 'First ward-'Charles ('arriher, William Holtenhoff, republicans. Second ward--T. V. Luxton, republi can; W. A. Collins, democrat. Third ward-T. J. Fleming, re,pulican; H. F. Collins, democrat. Fourth ward-John Nye, republian; Joseph Lepke, d(l(mocrat. Fifth ward-Andrew Wallace, republli can; John Lawler, democrat. Sixtlh ward--Chrli Steuernagle, repub lican; John Nagle, democrat. Two ordinances were presented and after being read the rules were suspend ed and passed. One prohibits any person to keep with in the city limits more than one head of horned cattle. The other granted the Montana Union Railway company the use of a small strip of land across the corner of the cemetery east of the city for trackage purposes. On motion of Alderman C'arriher the chief of police was instructed to proceed at once to arrest all women of question able repute found residing south of the B., A. & P. tracks and compel their re moval forthwith to Mainville. 'Dh council then adjourned till 7:30 tonight when the ilnance committee will report, after which the outgoing council will adjourn sine die. WITH THE POLICE. A Few Saturday Night Drunks Forms Bulk of Business. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, May 5.-Tom (Cunningham and Tim ('rowley, two smeltermen, were arraigned In Justice Quane's court this morning for disturbance of the peace and malicious mischief. The speciil' charge wtos throwing rocks through windows on Commercial ave nue. ('unningham pleaded not guilty and his trial was set for tnomorrow. Crowley pleaded guilty and was given 30 days. BIefore Police Magistrate lHays, Ed Kent was arraigned on charge of va grancy and sentenced to 20 days. William Itoe and l'rons ittlall were arrested last night for fighting. Both were working men and were fined $25 each, with sentence suspended during good behavior. McRae's Store News. Rainproof raglans, $5; gloria silk um brellas for rain or shine, $1.45: go\wns for girl graduates, $22.50; women's regulation tennis shoes, white or black, cork soles; boys' suit sale, $2.80 for $3.50 suits, and $5.40 for $6.75 suits; women's slippers, worth up to $2, for 50c, small sizes; 50c for baby shoes, worth $1.25; women's t;mJlur-made suits, $8.50, $14.50, $23, were 25 per cent higher; silk skirts, 25 per cent off. Mcltae & Co., 303 Iast Park. McDonald Seriously Ill. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, May 5.-Angus (.. McDon ald received a telegram last night in formling him of the critical Illness of his brother-in-laý','P. L. McDonald, at Nel son, B. C., he being a sufferer from an attack of appendicitis. LOCAL 1lRI EFS A. D. . messengers-prompmt, reallbta George H. Doll of Pleasant Valley is In the city. Miss Margaret B3rasher of Rted Lodge iS at the Montana. W. E. Wilson and wife of Bonner were in the city yesterday. T. P. Sherlock rf Boulder was an Ana conda visitor yesterday. Foundry, electric light and water de partment pay day, Tuesday, May 6. C. A. Travis, night operator at the Postal office, has returned from a trip to Helena. Former CGoverno,' Robert Smith of Helena is in the city attending to some legal business. The Woodmen of the World have de cided to hold their 22d celebration in this city on the 2st Inst. At a meeting of the Anaconda Typo graphical union held yesterday afternoon resolutions were passed relative to the death of Congressman Amon J. Cum mings. DISTRICT COURT OPENS. Not Much Business Transacted First Morning of May Term. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, May 5.-Judge Naptior opened the May term of court here this morning. lut very little of importance was done this morning, the setting of eases taking the greater part of the time. WV. A. Fisher, accused of receioving stolen money, will appear In the court at 2 o'clock this afternoon. A venire of 35 names for jurymen wIFe issued this morning, returnable Thur'8 day mornllng at 9:30 o'clock. HOTEL ARRIVALS. At the Montana. E,. N. Smith, New York. J. tI. Ienn, Itutte. (leorge E. Doll, I'ieatsa t Valhley. T. l. Ii urlcy, Ilutte. II. A. lteid, Itutte. S. W. Kimlball, Itutte. ,V. H. Doty, IButto. C. C. Goddard, Butte. E. A. Morley, Butt,.. 11. G. Burton, Butte. A. Scho.oley, Kansas ('Ity. Harry Sumnmers, St. Joseph. P. II. McEwen, New York. William A. Itogers. Now York. T. J. Blun, New Yok. W. T. Keller, Butte. H. L. Rothh hihl., San Franlcisco. IT. U. Knuff. Fargo, N. D. O. (1. Winheim, Chicago. T. T. Peck. St. Paul. V. E. Matlock, Butte. 0. H. Pogson, New Yorlr. Edgar Mansfield, New York. W. E. Wilson and wife, Bionner. Edward Conant, Minneapolis. Miss Margaret Brasher, Ited Lodge. A. Paulson, Chicago. Charles H. Parmu.llee, Seattll,. T. P. Sherlock, HIoulder. C. Ii. F l.hr, Blutte. l(eorge B. Waite alld ifeo, SHuIn Fran.I 11. I. Magul, Chicago. DIVORCE IN TURKEY. It Is as Easy as Marriage Is in This Country-Any Cause Sufficient. (London Telegraph.) Divorce is very easy in Turkey and does not require a judge and Jury to settle matters. All that Is necessary for, the Injured party to say is "I divorce you" three times and the deed is done, The husband has to make the wife a proper allowance, and all is over. Two cases have occulrred recently which are rather amusing. A certaln Turkish gentleman Is a keen amateur gardener, and his garden con talns at all seasons a brilliant show of flowers, to which he devotes most of hisi time, rather to the disgust of his wife, who is never allowed to cut them. Last month his chrysaln ithtmlnums were in the 'height of their glory when a treonlmndous downpour of rain ('anle on. This threat cned to destroy thei magnliicent blooms, many of which were equal In size to the best results attainled I I, ~lglandt. Hoeeing the danger, the gelntlemai n called all his servants and set to work to carry the pots Into the houHe ;tid arrange them up both shides of the staircase. When they had finished the lady suddenly ap lpeared and fell inlo a violent rage, do claring that her husband thought more of hi filowcrs than he did of her, and that he Insulted her by hijnging earth into the house. Nothing would applease her; she said he w\\as deillung her house by bringing dirt lnto it, and she would divorce him. She sent for her lister to come and be a witness of the divorce, and getting to work \vith her women bundled all the flowers out again. When the sister arrived, however, matters were settled up, and the divorce did not take place. On another occasion I he sarne lady oent her small son down to breakfast in a pink shirt and green tie. The father was. shocked at this barbarous comnination, and made a remark to the English gov erness, who sent the child back to change his tie. But down came tihe lady,, of the house in a furious rage, saying, she knew how to dress the tdhild; that, u pink shirt and a greon tie were in the, (best of taste, and she would not rietnalt to 'be ilnsulted 'by his giving preference to the opinions of an English girl. Agaln she Ihreitened to divorce him, 'but agalin It fell through, as the husband could note find the £;600 he would have had to pay. her until her wrath had cooled. Gates Dentes Rumors. New York, May 5.-John W. Gates, who has arrived here from Chicago 1F quoted by the Times as denying reports that he and his assoclates have acquired control of the A'hicago, Indianapolis & Louisville railway by purchasing $3,000, 000 worth of stock In the open market and by the purchase of $6,000,000 worth of stock additional from Samuel Thomas "Nothing in It, as far as I am con cerned," said Mr. Qates. CHICAGO PfHYSICIAN MAKES A DESPEBATE FIGHT. WOUNDS A CITY DETECTIVE Fired Though the Door, But Realizing That He Was Cornered He Put Muzzle to His Head and Fired. (lty Assnciatedl PreIs.) Los Angeles, Cal., Mldy 5.--In a fl,' ''e AFitle with detectlive' late yesterdiy nirt'l'noon E. W. Aldrichl of Chh'llgo wat killdti and City Detective Hlawlhy et'ri ollty wounded. The fglaht occul'rrti at Uh' tiliteca of Dr. Ahdriclh in the I lotet ol\y,), at Fourth :inld lroadwa:y. nlap t;t il tif Lietecttien I'radlauh, ('ity l)ettc lt\', II aviwley, a i'hiluotig ) olt'er t l' and a Ie irtl'r went to Aldriclh's oflics to 5el'rvc rlquilltion pilpers which the goverlltal h:II gut'ritled on the renquest of the gov torttt" tif Illinnis, for the return of Al tiich to i'hl.t'go, whr' hfi t\. was ntntit . attllw.'Wl' to tile chulrgi.s of operjury trilld hlug;t lily. t\\'lit'u the ofll't'r'.5 elltel'l'i tilt' I't)iti tI thctI f ilailty ia bIlllittl y 't' iog' I".'llldin IIg h ' (1 ,d)o'tlmIn ,l Ir. Alhi Ill,,t l ill tih' dl wl' Vll y of i I', I t ' Vrt IOt of t1,'', g as1111| titl.l ;I i tt ' i'llltll.l 1uli . t lylP - Iat'i of ithn I.;lp r he r't urnl'ti ' ' lof aH'lty II t It .ff hix kh*nok, outll hlfilt'i Ii uto h ht'',lih t ant tiwt.' )ht','t lh l v1r iti ' Itt iin nlh Ihi uftflt Ah i'h'h piinc'. thl'a r'ul knv-Iv, to I]ulel.'ty's Un;l(k ;lnd fir,°d. Th,. hol (,I ,,llld l I Inte I).l t 'O, h l .r |bl·lald. and, Imlet dddtl,,,I lifts f in th,, ImIstl e, .}lking off the olflir. AlHrclh r'shd Ilntro his ]p at, 1 lt'tlen, Ihntk. d thl,' tnor, It s,'l,,'d a rllh, anld IblgA.n firinlg throulghl th.e gIa. do r. I ne ol Ih,. bullts I relly l,' t|shind the s. l sll i lItHa do llo Gr~adish flrtod thr'ough the, doorl, th," hullhet strlkin~g Alirh h two inch,|.. Iiow\ tih, niavel., pernfo)ratllg the, Iowels., Ita.'llz blut thatI he ',vas e'arnere,lI Aliri,.h pinlt,'d th,' muIIzzlo f tr he, ridl, to his nostrllil ;llnd Iptllh', tihe llrigg.r. Trh,, Iulltet nteltr,,d the Ibratn. 1ie dhed Instantly. Not muc'h IN knlown'l of Ahlrhch inl thi. cityF. IHo ('am11 haere" .s iom tIinm ilgl "in( op]eln¢d Humtll oulslltl1y furnishe]|ld ollh',. h. thl o ltl Salvoy, where'. he, apparln;l',Xly t'onldhl(ttd ;! Htu('',.lsful butslin,.s. LORD STRATHCONA HOPEFUL OF CANADA'S FUTURE POSITION (By Alssorlated Press.) London, May 5.-Lorld Stratlhcona, In it sl.it ement on) the forlth onllng' c'nfori fl'nce' oi' )-ionihi ipri'iln et's, m ill tlalt the pro ce.'lings would e Imp llortanlt lllland would g'1 lint' tow.tard rolizhlg the colo:l1h dlr ltm of imiueri[|l fedlerl tinll. I1, admitted, howev\',r, thwtl th, ,e WOer" grt-"it diffl'ulltis in the wily. Th," high eonmmlllsoner 1s still hopefull a5 It th. future posmitiJ (,' ('manldl ani I11 (hliigel ' Ilthat fIIn| 'tiN I" itlt bout Ilth ' an.lllltl c('l binallll llonl. GLOGMY CONDITION PICTURED IN RUSSIA (fly Asso'lat'd Pre' s.) Vien.na, May 5.- In a dispatch fr'om \i'IIrs'twia, Ith c'orrespontlti nnt of DI If or Il;tionl giv., a gloomy pl[ture or tile condil io ii of Irl'or Iin Russia. He Says there IN anl'rtcely ita ingle ItusH .slan town where Sentence io banishment and IhnprliIso lin .I1t ;1It( not constlI tll y bInlig Imposed., ' l'here hart b len a1 gl4t(l d..l llo ratlil Says the currelpondldnt at kolrnolsky, It HomIhern II ussia, wh1er the ('Cosa'ks killed 20 per''sons, woiunlded 40 Imore iall| a rrese.ld 150. Chartered Prrtish Yacht. (Ily Assoelated IPr't'ss.) Now York, M ay 5.-- (;rergl. J, (louldl it1 ch|rt-red 11e Britisth Iiill Stearn .\ 11i l ,Taul ls, ftIrm-rly it( im:r rpl. 'l'h( Hout1hamlllonl , l,.Engl iIhl , land will 4;.1 f.r the'.S( w4Vaforl, about May 20. Mr. (;ould 44 ill use the T'IIaurl Ihl cruising along lh(. (Mio;18t a;ld saiuI' of bhi tlrips alily .extend.lll \.,,l1 t) the eastward. Chauncey Depew and a Tramp. I (innioti resist lhere tellilg n HStory ci,ll-l'nllng ('hauncey Drpew. It is too goord to be original, but the il saltor miust be ill It, just as limcoln wais In all thel litorli'i of a past pIlriod. A tIramnp miet tle' t('lnatorl' and aisked him in that eacy, V iv.t-toilngUeId wa;y: "Would you kindly assist, ..." ct1,. ('haunc(oy, of courHe, Is an lasy marllk, ;nall ;as he faunned himself after ell xtract ilg the quarlt'r, the tramtp Illtulirnd: "Aiid who maiy I say was so klnd h'-. r'ted ?" "(Ih, nr ve, r nlindl, 'l'h t's :Ill rglKht," "lBut in lafter yor:lH, when I recall tll4s( " \44hlo(181 tllenderll' h 'earts.-- ." "Never mi llnd, my goodl lllow,!" !''l'hen I cannot aeiipt II, sir. I nmust I.t my frelnds. know.---" "Well, tell 'em It was (Drov ,er (cllvlhllld a:1yI let it it o at that." 'The tr'mp put the qluat hr ittck In his p'),rcet leltur 'ely and shook his head. ;Now, my good (pl llhw,'" said the s(,n a;ltlr, "may I :Rk your maine?" "A gentlemtrn;l in distress IS loth to confess." "Yes, but It I havet your name' I may hi- ahle to help you." "No, my pride will not peirmlt." "lhut allow\i me to know whom I have i;.id the pleasure of mIeetnllg lit this happy way," "Oh, well, tell 'em It was Chauunciey Itl'eow and let It go at that." 'hauncey fanned himself and lelt go. Henator lIen Tillman, In denying that h.i pl ssessles "unexplaitned wealth," says fit' hlis had a note for $4,000 In ta certailn iunk for four year's past, whlich has been ';renewed four times on account of his Inability to pay it. Ladies' Tailored Suits... At About Half Regular Prices This Week Lot of suits, black and Lot of fifty correct styles, colored Eton, short jackets black, I ,ic, tan. brown and and blouse. Values up to gi ay. Values up to $35.00, $20.00, for for $9.90 $16.90 S All Suits Altered to Fit Flre of Charge Copper City Commercial Co. Anaconda, Mont. XXXXXXXXXXXC xxxxxxx NEWS STORIES BRIEFLY TOLD ti'1'. I';'i'l ,.Cti lltiti half tha town of Ihlhnilnk, of liae provlnce of A1"in..k, hum itl det1i rIlyd. NI,:w\% Yviii 1--'art of the 'hnirrd hoIly Ii it'l ml:n has bIen fiound in th I' tlinIs (of the long Iha,'h, htllten hsland, haotol, l'\V.\' . l Ni i' IN - MI's. IlI HIsevil, wht IBlts h, ll a' t r LakLnn elt , M i., wi llth h r ..tll 'I'hii drt, Jr., I'itu'n , Ld \ V t Io I W IIIIigtLon last niight. the Great NoirltIrn Ilhi.e was boiwIed ufl iatrurlIliIy night by i,ibrrh'i. A1atL $100 NIl\V YrIls K I:uro ·lwan mills jollt r-, e'r'Ivid al' lllmuid I( havi' brought froIIImI It.'halrd (rikx1 r I.Ilart't to T mI nIaIlidnny iiili,'r rllhating Itht hei will return to NIw York I' te In, AuguHt. iXRIt'' Al? ]'iiIN 'IX;.- ,Ii.n rir l Itilltl , 'ainuilting111 the rieb' l forls' I at aln Ila. o, wasIH d'efeated May 2 by govrIIn InIIItL trIooll. T'h' ii~· n itlon f I I Ilt~ l dt'mlt setein to bl gallIIIIrnKIIh. W1HICI:IINil, W. Va.- lF're aturdany night at Wellsburg, W. Va., d.,.,troyx'd lilth opetirl g h a. n palll king dep- itml ntl ll l of th(, L:agh; (Slaus works, ownwd by Patul Ii-Ou'. JLoi..s, $75,0100 to $101i,000. NI0W YORKI--Messlrs. (rrlanld inil .Itea., acting for La rtlsHit uyiidle'li'a, hln', puLrhas'd fior rll" Ir0,100, tihi Mori 'llo ininHs i11 i ithe Y uillll diHi.'Irit, says a I.In:w, l',,ru, dispat'h to the, II-ral. (Cl NIN.;LI,,I\VII.LP, aI':. T'"wo Is-r,.ns w nr'I killhid and 45 iinjirtd, three I tally, IIn i ha'Hd- i r'onmillslo I, b t leie a ll ;I e ll li lekwood, il on ill.t I I iriil ir-e & i 'll I ) rmil %Iy .uaturlay. MlAlItll) Adivies rieii4+vd hre from thx Sipanish-lIr' llguI s,, frontlt r dla+hr<e hal lanoth ir riot n lelirrtd li ulliurdaiy lit Soilnlbia, in lIhx rii vIli , of lIluira, Pi'oi lllgal, daurlg whih th,, pI lhl+' hired their revolve'r at flit- ih aIlt'uiI. MAN'II,A--'hit. 'ihorlra has inot labled. The main water supply I'fo th, uw'. li' the whati inhaliltitinls of thun city of Miaiila IN IIit affit.i d. 'h'r, hlovb a lv i inlI Ma till] 751 casix anI ll E d.ileath from het dimnaxs, while the provinces ripl:t 2,153 Ss.is oi ISl . lJ f datill.. N.I;WAltKI- At Ii's Vallbhurgi hihy'h: tra -k S.ilurday, Frank Krm.itr, Il' nt olonl i prfl'f,, ial l il hllmplin, adde'd lit atlt11.r world's record to his lIst by win ning the qlarltr mull, open met- in Sa 2-5 x'eovnds, 'T'hhi uts his old r'e,(ord miIaIde laist molulth by 1-S Hitrond. NI;'AW Y(RIlK I;lnitfri's fir a Ilf, li srlialwo oinuaiuy hiiv- fuiiii that John P. r s itli'furd, ta hirooklyln ooiii l tiiulihr', hai;s his hart onll the right, itbl,. The dlelnors d-ehl't+d i'4tffrd to Ibe prfor''lly norll In oV lry otlhxr re|pee, Lld de ilded to dtake hbite its i rilk. LONDtN Amlntral Prhin,', Il,'nry of ntlv iIn iish wtttrs. Ili company withl Ihi' )Duke i'of Coi nut;i 4ghl, Ie will visit with (Cork exhiubitinflti iixt 'i'ihirsday. r I-~· A The Best Friend the Northwest Ever Had "The Road That Made the Northwest f-amous." LEAVES BUTTE. For St. Paul and East, daily ...................8:80 p. m. Great Falls local, daily... .:45 &. m. ARRIVES BUTTE. From St. Paul, daily.......9:45 p. m. From Great Falls and Hel. ena, daily................:50 p. m. FULL INFORMATION FROM City Ticket Omco, No 4U North Melee street. Butts. . Na. bawsoa, GUneral 4 ent. Pullman Dining and Library Car Route TO SALT LAKE DENVER KANSAS CITY OMAHA CHICAGO ST. LOUIS and Mll astearn Polnta Short Llle to Colorado, Arizona and Mexico San Francisco, Los Angeles (Ocean or Bail) Fortland and All Pacific Coast Poltta Depart 20:p a. I 2:45 a. m...Arrive Depart 4:30 .m. 6:05 p. m..Arrlve Ticket Office, 10 N. Main Street Butte, Montana. M. O. WILBQON. General Agent Six Million Dollars Spent BY THE Union Pacific R. R. Co. In imprl)oving what was origlnally the iltc': track In tie Welt. RESULT A comparatively straight and level roadbeod ballasted with dustless Sherman granilte, endllering posll bli the highest rate of speed, to gether with the greatest degree of safety. The magnitude of the work must be semen tu be appre. lalted. WHAT DOES IT MEANT Solid ,c mfort, security and pleasure to our patronn. Altl, YOU O(OINO EAST? It so, you cannot afford to go via any other than thin ROYAL HTIdI WAY. Further inf, rmat:on on ap plicatlion pcrsonally or by letter to H. O. WILSON, O. S. L. Butte, Mont. Cheap [xcursion Rates %, %' VIA. " ", Whe Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. On June 10, 11 and 12, the follow ing first-e ilss ipasseI. ger rates will ibe, effective, via above route, froitll Ogden and Salt ILake I.'ty, UItah, to Missouri river Iat returll.....t 32 00 St. Louis and r,.turl .......... 39 50 Chicago anrid ret urn .......... 47 00 'inlaul return Iliuit Hepltemnber 8, 1902. For 'reduced rates to other points, nlltd itformatlon regarding (xcu:lr' iltt on other dates than above, apply to e'. P. WAtitlt.N, (Jen. Agt. A. ''. & H. 'I. Ity., 411 Dlooly BIlock, Halt Lake lity, Utah. B. A. t P, R. R. CO. TIME TAfBI.E Effective 12 to 1 a. m. March 2, 1902. Tralns leave B. A. & P. depot for Ana conda as follows: 7 a. m.; 10 a. m.; ;t:201 p. mn.; 5:15 p. m.; and 11:30 p. m Leave Aanaconda for Butte, 8:30 a. m.; 11:30 a. nt.; 3 p. tt.; 7:15 p. m. F'assengets change for Northern Pa cific train at Durant i.o connect with Northern Paciflo Overland. At Logan via Dutte: Leave Aana conds at 11:20 a. m. Trtalns leaving Annaconda at 8 p. m. connect at Silver Bow with Oregon Short Line for trains east, south and west. Trains connecting with Great Northern at Butte leave Anaconda 8:80 a. m. and 7:15 p. m. Tickets for sale for all points local and through on the Great Northern rtJlwa,, Oregon Short Line reairoad and Northe!; Placflo railway and their connetiU.in. I~tealnship tickets for' ale to sU *otae is 31r::pu by thl above ~inea.