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THE INTER MOUNTAiN'S ANACONtA DEPARTMENT
ANACONIA ELKS 00 FANCY OREAMING MANAGER CLINTON FIXES UP A SCHEDULE OF CHANCES TO IN SPIRE CONFIDENCE IN MEN. CAN ONLY END ONE WAY ACCORDING TO THEORY 'fn a Moment of Leisure He Figures How the Anaconda Gang Will Win Through the Courtesy of the Two Butte Um pires-Butte Loses All Chances of Retaining the Championship Cup. ISPECIAI. TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, July 17.-Manager Frank Clinton of the Elks' baseball team, lodge No. a39, 1. P. O. E., which will meet the team from the Butte lodge at Columbia Gardens tomorrow, has been out doing a little scouting the last day or two and has fixed up a dope sheet that enumerates all the chances the Anaconda team has of bringing back the championship bowl, dubbed a loving cup, over which Tom Kilgallon is now standing guard on the s,6oo-foot level of the Stewart mine, with a pick-axe in one hand, a lighter fuse and a stick of dynamite in the other and a candle in his hat, nor cares he how the grease spots his Panama, nor the cop per water stains his white ducks. Manager Clinton's first theorem is this: "If Rod Williams makes a hit, we'll get the game, and if Rod doesn't hit the ball he will surely make a hit with the bleachers. His past record proves it, an'] this dream is correct. That's our fir:t chance. "Second, if the Butte players can't hit our pitchers, we have them at our mercy. If they can't hit the ball they can't make scores. In order to retain the cup they must make scores. And that is a good long chance. "Third, Tom Kilgallon cannot play. Her is custodian of the jar and therefore our most formidable antagonist because he's got the thing hid, and rumor says he is very much attached to it. If so lie would be a had man in the game. Kil. gallon out of the way is one more ob stacle from our path. Have the Umpires. "Fourth, both umpires belong to the Butte lodge, hence will have to give us the best of it for fear they should be accused of pulling for their own boys. Tf'he assistance of the umpires is at all times a thing to be desired. "In wearing dark uniforms we will have another advantage. The Butte boys, at. tired in white, will have to be extremely careful or ruin their appearance. Dust adds to the attractiveness of the dark uniforms and as neatness will probably bc taken into consideratiomi by the un;pires. we score another easy point. "That makes five points. As it is hard!y probable that the Butte aggregation can score that many I figure that we win by a close margin, carry back the champion ship in triumph and let Tom Kilgallon be once more at liberty to attend to routine business which he has not bIe;i able to do since the trip to the chan'm pionshio game in Helena, where he was made the watch dog of the archives, wherein lies the bucket." MAGNOLIA CREAM Is as good as anything you ever get to keep the skin soft and white. Of course, ladies, you wear a veil all the time in this blustery weather, but a veil does not prevent the dam age done by winds and irritating dust. A good many of our customers have been using MAGNOLIA CREAM year after year. Isn't that good evidence of its goodness. MAGNOLIA CREAM is not sticky nor greasy. It is quickly absorbed and can be used at any time. 25c a bottle. The men hereabouts have learned that MAGNOLIA CREAM is a good thing to use after shav ing. It prevents that dry, drawn, scraped appearance which is any thing but pleasing. Theqietin Drug Co. 203 MAIST. Durston Block - AnI donda, Mont. L. V. Verberckmoes ..Leading Optician and Watchmaker.. Eyes examined. $a to ap. ply on glasses if ordered within five days. Fine aa d complicated catch repairing. All glasses and work guaranteed. The genuine oil. All kind of eye-water and artificial eyes. II E, Park Ave., Anaconda, Mlotana 00000000000000000000000000 8 The Daly Bank and Trust o 8 Company of Anaconda S Anaconda, Montana. o General banking in all branches. 0 o Sell exchanges on New York, Chl . cago, St. Paul, Omaha, San Fran. 0 cisco, Etc., and draw direct on the O principal cities of England, France, o Ireland, Germany and the Orient. 0 Deposits of $a.oo and upward re. 0 ceived. * Correspondents o O National City bank, New York: 0 g First National bank, Chicago; First 0 o National bank,. St. Paul; Omaha 0 SNational bank, Omaha; Bank of 0 California, San Francisco. 0 0 John R. Toole President; M. B. g O Greenwood,' Vie President; Louip . 0 V. Bennett, Cashier; F. C, Nor. o beck, Assistant Cashier. 0 00000000000000000000000.@ GIANT POWDER FOUND IN ANACONDA STREET .SPECIAL TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, July 1s.-Yesterday after noon the citizens of the northern addi tion were greatly surprised as well as in a measure terrified, when a teamster found lying in the middle of the street a stick of dynamite, after first just missing it with the wheels of his wagon. The dynamite was taken into anearby saloon where a crowd soon asembled to learn what was going on. It did not make their minds any easier on learning of the finding of the giant powder and many of them were firm in the belief, and are yet. that it was the intention of some evil minded person to revenge himself for'real or fancied wrongs by blowing up some house. Belief Is Strengthened. This belief is strengthened by the fact that a small boy, some hours afterwards, found a piece of fuse with a cap attached at a point towards the extreme west end of 'Mainville. The lad was in blissful ig norance of what he had found until the piece of fuse was seen and examined by a man over town, who found that while the fuse was all right the cap was worth less. It looked as though it might have lain on the ground for days. It is barely possible that the fuse and cap might have come where it was by ac cidentally dropping from the pocket or WILL NOT PAY THE DOG LICENSE TAX CHIEF OF POLICE TAYLOR PRO POSES TO PROSECUTE THE OWNERS OF DOGS. [SPI'E:IAL 1TO INTER MOUNTAIN.j Anaconda, July 17.-Anaconda is again in the throes of supreme dissatisfaction be cause she is minus a dogcatcher. Chief of Police Taylor stands on the main street every day and says hoarsely, between his gritted teeth, ',% dogcatcher, a dogcatcher; my shield of gold for a dogcatcher." But the dogcatcher comecth not. Every body passes up the job. Nobody wants to get rich in that way. The dogs of Ana conda roam and howl tagless, auln there is dlone to say them nay. Fifty good citizens in every way, except "when it comes to paying the dog license, will presently be prosecuted, Chief Taylor says, on the dog ordinance, for failing to buy tags for Towser. When the city at torney gets well the cases will be tried. Before the Fourth of July an Indian promised to become dogcatcher just as soon as the celebration was over, an. on the strength of the promise borrowed 50 cents from one of the police force. He never returned, and the joy which he raised in the chief's heart at the prospect nearly proved fatal when the reaction came. There is crepe on the city hall now to indicate how the broken promise of Man-With The-Flapjack-Face bowed tne administra tion down. DELIGHTFUL ENTERTAINMENT Mrs. Tucker Gives Musicale in Honor of Miss Decker of Chicago. [SPIECIAL TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, July 17.-Mrs. John Tucker gave a delightful musicale at her resi dence, 6o8 East Commercial avenue, on Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Grace Decker of Chicago. Miss Decker is a guest of Mrs. Tucker. The mandolin club furnished some en joyable music and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Smith sang several songs effectively. Miss Decker also entertained the other guests with piano music. Those present were as follows: Mes dames Smith, Quane, Shovelin, J. Brown and Hughes; Misses M. Jones, M. Hughes, Stewart, Marshall, O. Brown and Quane; Messrs. D. Sullivan, G. Baker, H. Leyard, H. Smith, Church, E. Shovelin, J. Hughes, E. Tucker and Quane. DEMOCRATIC MEETING. Officers Are Elected and a Special Com mittee Appointed. [SPECIAI. TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, July zT.-Officers were elect ed last night by the democratic county central committee after a discussion which resulted in no fights among the elected faithful. These are the officers: President, Thomas Devine; secretary, Col. T. O'Leary; treasurer, Peter Levengood. A special committee, consisting of Messrs. Kelliher, Hicks and O'Leary, was appoint ed to make the apportionment and a call for the county convention in Deer Lodge county after the state committee meets. Filed for Record. Deed-Malcolm B. Brownlee and Mrs. B. Brownlee, to the Anaconda Copper Min ing company, one-sighth of the placer claim known as the Horse Shoe quarry placer, in lot 40, Section so, Township 4; also, the Sioux placer claim in lot 41, Sec tion so, Township 4. Consideration, $r. Deed-Harriet T. Gait to the Washoe Copper company, millsite known as the Silver Reef, in Silver Lake mining district; also, the millsite known as the Chain. Consideration, $3,000. POSTPONED UNTIL TOMORROW Dance at Mountain View Will Be Day Late Because of the Weather. [Is'ecIAL TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, July 17.-Because of the rain last night and the consequent cold weather of today, Manager Phil Daniels this morn ing announced that the dance at Mountain View park, which was to have taken place tonight, will be postponed until tomorrow night. The train service will be the same as it was to have been tonight. ADLER.-At the family residence, Srd East Fourth street, Lundwig, son of Ludwig and Johanna Adler, aged a years. Funeral from St. Peter's church at I p. m. tomorrow. pack of some prospector, as quite a num ber leave the city by that route for a trip of a day or two in the hills. Of course, it is also possible that'the powder also came where it was found by accident but those who have considered the matter think it hardly probable. Most Probable Theory. The theory most leaned to is that the fuse and powder have no connection, that the fuse came where it was by accident, for it was so far from where the powder was found and appeared to have lain on the ground so long, that the two could not have been dropped at the same time. The dynamite, however, was fresh and was right in town. Probably some person intended to use I. but his heart failed hint and he dropped the dynamite in the street as it was the easiest method of getting rid of it. However, suspicious characters will be under a qtrict police surveilance from now on and should any incident happen that would lead the officers to think they had a slight connection with the dynamite, there will be some arrests made. The residents of Mainville are some what uneasy, not being used to powder in stick form and consequently being some what worked up over what might have been an attempt to blow up that portion of the town. CHARGES HER HUSBAND WITH A SERIOUS CRIME Alleged That Arthur Bliss Has Gone Away With Another Woman-Quite a Scandal. [S1PeIAI. 'TO INTER MOI'N'IAIN.] Anaconda, July s7.-Mrs. Arthur Illiss of this city this morning went before County Attorncy D)ulTy and swore out a warrant against her husband, charging hint with infidelity. The warrant was placed in the hands of Constable Lynch for ser vice. Bliss has been an employe at the con verters of the Wnashoe smelters for some time past. Mrs. IBliss stated that he quit his job there recently and they decided to go to Ilutte. IBliss was to go in advance, and made an appointment to meet his wife in that city yesterday. Uppn arriving there she found no trace of him, nor did lie keep the appointment. It is alleged that Bliss has bcen ilnti mate with another woman in the city for sole months past, and rumor has it that when Bliss left for Butte night before last the woman was on the same train. When Bliss failed to keep his appointment with his wife in Butte, she returned to Ana conda and obtained a warrant for his arrest. Both parties are well known in Ana conda and something of a scandal has been created. IT WILL BE A GREAT GANG Elk Baseball Team Will Be Accompanied by Some Rooters Tomorrow. rSPECIAT. TO INTER MOUNTAIN.) Anaconda, July 17.-Many who are not Elks, and their friends, and more who are Elks, and their friends also, will go to Butte at II :3o o'clock tomorrow to see the fun at Columbia Gardens. Canes, ribbons and nose-making instru ments will make up the baggage and a good natured crowd will cheer the Anaconda team on to victory, and if need be endeavor to stimulate them to greater action. At the Montana. [SI'E('Al. To INTI'It MOUNTAIN. I Anaconda, July 17.-Oswald Fichig, lButte; 'Thomas Williams, Butte: W. W. Sinmmons and son, Butte ; F. S. Bacharock, Anaconda; Ned O. Waller, Helena: Wil liam Bainl, New York; W. C. Brooks, West Superior. ANACONDA BRIEFS. 'Phone IIa-A, 'Martin Drug Co - * A. D. T. messengers-prompt, reliable. Bids for Foresters picnic privileges at Mountain View park will be received b1 L. F. Verberkmoes, Anaconda, Mont. o SPORTING NEWS YESTERIDAY AT BUTTE TRACK Summary of Races at Montana Jockey Club. At the Butte track yesterday the card furnished good sport, clean and well played. The summary of the events is as follows: First race, maiden z-year-olds, five furlongs, purse $2.--W. L. Stanfield's cIh f Gladys Bell, by imp. Piccolo-i.evanna, IS" (Hlowson), 7 to 1o, first; John Kane's hr f Phyz, izs (Otis), 5 to a, second; Smith & Co.'s b f Iras, Its (McKinnon), 4 to r, third. Erda, 7 to I; Lady Superlsa, to to I; Secco, to to I, also ran. Good start. Phyz led most of the way. Won by two lengths, four between second and third. Time, I:03%. Second race, selling, six and a half fur longs, purse $25o--Piedmont stable's b g Ned Dennis, by Apache-Juanita, t16 (Kel ly), 5 to 2, first; A. Lindsay's ch m Miss Madeline, iz6 (Shurogh), 6 to 1, second; J. S. Gibson's b g John Boggs, Iz6 (How son), 3 to t, third. Our Lizzie, 8 to I ; Jim Gore II, 8 to I ; Sweet Caporal, to to I; Goldone, 8 to 5; George H. Ketchum, 3 to a; Sisquoc, 40 to a; Havre B., 40 to t, also ran. Burdock scratched. Good start. Jim Gore led passing the half and Madeline took lead in far turn and finished two lengths ahead, two_ be tween second and third, Time, z :naz, Third race, mile, handicap, purse $35o- F. Kraft's ch m Kenova, by Wadsworth Clean Heels, 1o8 (Boseman), 5 to a, first; W. B. Sink, Jr.'s b g Wolhurst, as6 (See), a to 3, second: O. W. Boackoe's ch g Straggler, s57 (Romero), 5 to t, third. Undergrowth, so to r, also ran. Ulloa and Lake Mills scratched, Good, quick start, Wolhurst first in front. Straggler got a head better than Wolhnrst, who tae bito the far tanm, and . at the three-quarters Wolhurst went to third. Kenova taking second place a neck back of Straggler. Kenova took the lead at the head of the stretch and won easily by two lengths, one between second and third. Time, 1:42. Fourth race, selling six and one-half fur longs, purse $2So--George Webb's ch m Rose of Hilo, by Apache-Jennie K., st4 (Bloss), j to :, first; Joseph Kinney's ch g Joe K., 114 (Porter), 4 to s, second; J. A. *Davis' b g Morven, 116 (Sullivan), 5 to I, sthird. Bulgarian, a to t ; Hamptoninn, 8 to t; Anthracite, 3 to ; Aesop, ao to I; M. 1.. Rothschild, 8 to ; Distance, is to t, and J. P. S., 30 to ., also ran. Ace scratched. c Good start. Rose of Ililo led to three quarters. Morven into the stretch. \Von by two lengths; one between second and third. Time, t :23. Fifth race, three furlongs, handicap, purse $Sao-J. l.. Kirk's h g Judge Thomas, by Traveler, 13a (Such), even tmoney, first; John Vinson's h g Populist, 15 (Blons), 8 to 5, second; G. W\. King's br g Big Dutch, tao (IPorter), 3 to a, third. Aurora B., to to t; Miss Dividend, 6o to S; Ilurtle, to to I, and Dan Tulley, 60 to t, also ran. Good start. Judge Thomas first to show ahead. Populist led into the stretch, lut went behind Judge Thomas, who won by a head; two lengths between second and third. Time, :34Y1/ Sixth race, mile and three furlongs, handicap, over five hurdles, purse Suoo--l. Mohrehouse's ch g Mistleton, by imp. Bru tus-Mistletoe, t15 (Murphy), a to , first; Frank D)ufy's b g Sam Green, 140) (Mor risn). ,3 to 1, second; F. F. Smith's 1 g l'oorlalds, j13 (McMahon). 6 to 5, third. The Scot, 2o to : Mctoxin, 25 to t, and Fa;vorito, 8 to I, also rail. Romany, 20 to r. quit at third jump. BASEBALL GAMES TODAY. Pacific Northwest League. Blutte at Tacoma. Helena at Seattle. l',,rtland at Sokane. RESULTS YESTERDAY. National League. I'hiladelphia, 2; St. Louis, o. t incinnsti, 7; New York. a. Brooklyn, 7; Chicago, I. American League. Cleveland, 5: Boston, 2. (hicago, q: Philadelphia. 4. St. I.ouis, 6; Bialtimore, 5. Detroit, 13; Washington, 8. Western League. ( )tlaha, 5; Peoria, 1. lDes Moines, 6; Milwaukee. 2. IDenver, 13; Kansas City. 6. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. National League. I'laycd. \VWn. I.ost. I'. ('. l'itlsburg ........... 68 53 15 .779 loston ............. 64 35 29 .547 (Chicago ............ 72 38 34 .528 Brooklyn ...........74 40 34 .541 Philadelphia ........ 74 33 4 .446 St. l.ouis ...........73. .ti 41 -425 ('icinnati ..........6) 3 .1 39 .43. New York ..........72 23 49 .31') American League. Played. Won. I.ost. P. Ct. C('hiago ............66 41 25 .621 St. Iouis ......... 68 37 .11 .544 l'hiladtl lphia ........67 36 .1I .537 ltoston .............7! 38 3.1 .535 W'ashington .........71 34 37 .47 l)ttr,it .............67 31 36 .463 ('levelat d ..........7"1 3a 38 .457 Blaltimore ........... 7 31 40 .4.7 WILL RESIDE AT SPOKANE President Lucas Says Majarity of Clubs Want Him to Live There. IncY ASSO(CIATI'.n IsI:ss.1 'I';tcuma, Wash., July 17.-1'resident W. II. I.uas of the Pacific Northwest Base ball league arrived in this city yesterday en route to Spokane, where he will make his home in the future, on account of its being the most central part of the league trritory . lie says the majority of the clubs prefer Spokatne as his place of residelnce, IýtAVIS IS NO LONGER *CHAMPION OF GOLFERS Beaten in Great Illinois Tournamrent by E. M. Byers of the Allegheny Golf Club. [IY AStiO('ATret Ir'ass.l ;hlenview Gold Course, Ill., July 17.--1. !M. Bycers of the Allegheny club, playing the prettiest golf in the nine last holes that has ever been seenll in an amateur cl.hampioulship tournament, today added an 'Ex" to Champion W\. J. Travis' title, de /eating hi in by one hole. Ilyers' medal score of 15 for the nine last 'holes has only been made by one or two professionals. Travis played par golf, or Ietter; in fact. he beat Bogey by three strokes going out and three strokes com ing in, but this was not good enough to hold down the Pittsburg golfer. The re stilt upsets all calculations as regards the championship. The medal score follows: T'ravis--Out, 39; in, 3l'. Total, 78. Ilyers-Out, 42; in, 35. Total, 77. 'Walter Egan-Out, 42 ; in, 44. 'Total, 86. George Ormiston--Out, 45; in, 44. To George Ormiston--Out, 45; in, 44. Total, 80. Dr. 1). P. Fredericks, uIil City, heat ,Abram Poole, Jr., Onwentsia, 3 up a to play. P. I'. i. tIoyt, Clenview, beat IH. J. Twee lie, Exmoor, 3 up 3 to play. D)r. I). ,. Reinhart, Baltusrot, beat If. C. Smith, Onwentsia, 5 up 3 to play. 'I have only one thing to say about my defeat," said Mr. Travis, "and that is Mr. lyers played a better game than I did. lie earned his victory, and therefore deserved it." Butte's Golf Club. Butte's Golf club will enjoy itself in dividually and collectively Saturday after noon. First the ladies of the house com mittee will give an afternoon tea as ladies of a golf club alone can prepare It. Then there will be a tournament for the pien, the winner to receive a handsome trophy. Promptly at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, a tallyho will be ready in front of the Silver Bow club to take the members to the grounds. TODAY'S WALL STREET STOCKS CaY AsociA1 tin rssa.ls [MiY ASSOCIATED PRIgE.8. New York, July t7.--The market was exceedingly active and broad during the first half hour and a nlumber of stocks mounted buoyantly. Evidence of profit taking and a rather abrupt relapse in some of the most prominent stocks aroused mis givings and the activity of the trading dropped materially. Colorado Southern rise ,!;. Ctlorado Fuel was pusheld tip 4 points in a fever ish way and there were gains of I to s !, in Anaconda, North American, and a few minor specialties. Pullman advanced a;; and New Haven 3. Profit-taking began in high priced grangers And carried the princilpal stocks in that group under alst nlight. Chicagon and Alton then relapsed abruptly to ,1.1 under last night. t' iorado Southern reacted 1,i, Colorado Fuel 0s and the whole list yielded and became dull. Bonds were steady at noon. Large buying of Reading diverted the speculation to the coalers and practically all of that group rose from t to i)i. Gains of a point or more were made by Denver and Rio tirandle preferred and Pacific Mail. Wells-Fargo jumped to ipoints. There were sonme large blocks bought of Southern Pacific and Southern Railway at fractional advances. The level of prices otherwise was nout much changed. Iarge buying orders appeared for the Vanderbilt stocks, carryhing New York Ceiitral up a point and New York, Chi-. ca; alnd St. Louis and Lake Frie and Western, 2. Pennsylvania, Missoiuri Pa cific, (;as and flocking Coal, joined the rise to the extent of a point, and St. PI'aul rallied to the best of the day. long Islani.. gained 4, Atchison spurtgI to above 8H, andit United States Steel stodks were meol t active and higher. The matket elacwhere. was hesitating undgr realxzations. S'. I.ouis-Southwestern fell a point under last night and Missourl Pacific reacted a point. Northwestern broke 3?;. later in the day. Chesapeake & Ohio rose strongiy to New York Stocks. ( Reported by the Coe Commission Co.) New York, July 17.--(lpeing alid clos ing prices today; Open. Clo,.. Allmrican Ice .............. to ia' ,I,. preferred ............. *R 3') Amalgai; ated C'opper ...... 65 It A.lcntuld;a Mining tcomiany..i oI I o.I Alchi.n., 'ioprika & Sansta Fe tK', t,)'' I,,. preferred ............ ..., s.. I IUllii:t re & ()hin ............ '' lin Itr.ooklyn Rapid 1 Traisit .... 71' 7'0i ( ;nI:ldia l 'acifi' . ........ .1 1'; 1.;- !' (:.. C., ('. & Si. Int. is...... " 7' 1' '714 ('l tiiii " rintal tobacco , ..... I 1 dI ('hlle.s; kc & )hio. ........ 5.1l 5(,'1 (lhicago & Altot i .......... 4t1.4 4.t1 (,Colorado Southern ........ .1~.i .i11 t'olorado Furl & Iru . ....... '.1 96!. (hic;ago (;reat Western.I .... J3) . 31 ('hicago, Ind. & Louisvillh.. 76h; 76i rie .............. ........ 1R8. 18.1 do st prreferred ........70K14 70'i' (;reat Northern preferred ..IR,..., lono1 IIckinig Valley Railway ... H88h HR1 Illinois Central ...... ..... 66 ,65%' Inwa Central .............. 4 '' 49" Kansas (:ity Soitheril ..... 3.151 35 Louisville & Nashville .....i4t r14i4 Ieather ................... i0 1.4i Manhattan ('Consolidaterd . . .1: 1.14 M., St. 1'. & S. Ste. M .... S.0 S5'3 Mletropoliltan Traction .....1i ') i 1 9 Mexicain Central .......... 24)'.1 x4', Mexican National ........ io t19 Missouri, Kansas & TexasI .. Go 6u M issouri Pacific . ......... i .' i at 2? New York Central ........ 16 s161Ct Norfolk & Western ........ 54 6o Northwestern .... ........ 251 .. 250 Ontario & WVesterni ........ 34 34' PI'eIIsylvania ...... ........154? 1 55' 'cople's (;as ........ ......a! o03lj IRepublic Iron & Stecl ...... aiR¼ IR.1 Reading u ................ 69 68f do first preferred ........ 871 87 t I.ck Island ........ ........ ...) n Ioi", Sutlihern IRailway ......... 38 38 do preferred ............ 97 97 97. Southlirit I'acific .......... 675. 674 St. I.ouis & Suian Francisco.. 70 o4 7a,'4 Smelter ................... 46)4 47¼' SugaI r l cfl icry ............1 291 1291)" St. Paul .................. -4MN i8-1' Tennessee Coal & Iron ..... 65;. 66!4 Texas Pacific ............. 45;5 45 : COE COMMISSION CO COMPANY. t (I woonpoPRATo) Capital and Surplus MlO0,000.0. Gcn'I Offices Batnk of Commerce Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. Stocks, Bonds, GRAIN AND PROVISION8 Ttouig~ht and sold for cash or on margins f,r future delivery. We uwn and opsratr the most e.tensive private wire system in the United States. We guaratnee the executlon of orders when flnlts are reached. * Valuable txork of ilatilstirts lree on ap. Splication. Itf PERNCIES: g6Nete'1nd Statebankl BUTTE OffICE, HIIIRBOUR BLDO A. J. DARCH, Local Manager. Six Million Dollars Spent by the U.P. R. R. Co In m.provlnj what was originally the finest track to the West. RESULT. A c.,iparatively straight and level roadbed ballatted with dustless Sher. man granite, rendering possible the highest rate of speed, together with the greatest degree of safety. The magnitude of the work must be seen 'o be appreciated. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? Solid comfort, security and pleasure to our patrons. ARE YOU GOING EAST? If so, you cannot afford to g9 vis any othe than this ROYAL HIGHWAY. Further information on application """sonally orY letter to L Butte, Montana. Union Pacifa ..... ...to 174 United Stat ....... 4° 40o1 do preferX; Ai........ 9 t Wabash .................. 36O 31 do preferred ............ 454 46,1 Western Union . .. ...... 86% 864 Wisconsin Central ........ *7 28 do preferred ......... 49 491 Money, 3 per cent. Total sales, t,ra8,8oo shares. Chicago Livestock. [Yv A.fsoCIATED Paress.J Chii ago, July 17.-Cattle--Receipts, 5.501, head, inciluding 500 Westerns. Mar ket, steidy. Good to prime steers, $7.71S 8.) 5; poor to tedlium, $4.5007.60; stock ers and feeders, $.email@example.com; cows, S:.So0 5.75: hcifers, $Sa.5ott6.5o; canners, $1.So(i 2.50; bulls, $ .So@5.5o; calves, $2.SotP 6.5o; Texas fed steers, $.firstname.lastname@example.org. Ilogs-Receipts today ,R,ooo, tomorow S5,00oo, left over 5,uon. Market strongep, Mixed and butchers, $email@example.com; good to choice hlctvy, $firstname.lastname@example.org,; ; rough heavy= t7.30f7.71; light, $7.0o07.75: hulk of sales, $email@example.com. Sheep-Receiptst, 7,000 head. Market- Sheep, Io4f~ Sc higther ; lambs, steady. (;ood to choice ws'hcas· , $3.5004.50; fair to choice mixed, $S.o504.50: Westerts sheep, $a.So0@.75; native lambs, $3,.oo 6.75. Kansas City Livestock. rII' At~isirAI'Il raiass. l Kansas City, July 17.--(attle Receipts 6,oa head, includillng tson Texans. Mar ket, steady. Native steers, $firstname.lastname@example.org; 'Texas and Indian steers, $3.boOS.gs a Texas cows, $a.asJfs.no.: native conws and heifers, $a.75t06.fn; st0okers and feeders, $on, s.9as; ; hulls, $a.5o0@4Jsn; calves, 1$.So@5.0n. Ilolg.- lReceipts 5,oo0, hiead. Market, tready, shade lower. Mtltlk of sales, $7.700 7.,11; heavy, $7.RS44t'..o; packers, $7.750 7.97'; : amediua l, $7 7000'7.977'' : light, $7.5ott.H S ; yorkers, $7.75x4r7.R ; pigs, $7.o0Qt'7.10. She'ep--lReceipts. lr,000. Market. strong. Muttons, $.1..3o 4,5 ; Iamh.%, 4..Sntfrl. S; rancge wethers, $3.1si1r' 1 5; ewes, $,1.25tS 1.I5." Which? I L.ife.) "Yes, ie's jtust a rcllllunilnl, oridinary lioafer." "Tramp oir siitiiy man?" BARB[R SUPPLIES At Eastern Prices. VW are ageltts for the K0ken Ihtrltir Supply Ioise of St. Iniis, Mo, :aul carry in stock ; lull lik, of sug pli s -- c.issors, O clippers, ra.hlon,, -traps, pt'lllnd , tn,lrl, shamtpm, Ii iira, inim powders, cnuii U s, tatprs, hair dlI 1, neck (us .lr.t . , massiage ('r'i: 1s, et. Standard Drug Co. Barber Supplies. 21o 1. Park Avenue, Anaconda A/ail orders promptly filled. NORTH COAST LIMITED Observation Cars Electric Lighted Steam Heated CUTTI SCIIEDULE Arrive Depart Forth Coast Ltd. 110 120 pm WYESThoUND. Pm T20U North Coast Ltd. EASTHOUND. 3 50 aml 4 I am Skleper on, this train openli for re (leptioll of passen gers at 9 ;.t P. in. No. ,r.-- lron, all I 55 an ...... points ea,t ..... No. Ii- To all points east ......... 8 4 pm No. 5-- -rom N. I'. local pIints west of lillings, and all II. and M. R. points, and to all po ni2 w*.*. I 65 pml I 15 pm No. 6--Front all points wet and to N. P. poilits to Ilillings and all II. and M. R. point.......... 12 40 am 12 50 am Panssengers for Norris and Pony and Alder Ibranches leave liHtte on No. 14, connecting at Whitehall andi Salppingtoin for branch line points. Passengers from these points connect at Sappington and Whitehall, arriving at Ilutte on No. 5. W\. 11. MIRRIPMAN, (;eneral Agent, Corner Park and Main streets. B.I, & P. . . 0C. TIME TABLhi. Train connecting with Eastlhound N. P. leaves Anaconda for Durant at a :35 a. m.; leave Durant for Anaconda at 3:10o a. m. Trains Leave B. A. P. Depot, Buttj for Anaconda, as follows: i a. tm., io a. an., I " p. tn.. 3:" p. n., is:Si p. m. Tranlas Leave Union Passenger Sta tion Anaconda,for Eutte, as follows: S:3a a. nh., i:: A. ., I p. ., 7:3p. m. Connections will be made with .l irorti6eti Pacific trains, both East and a estbound, at Durant, instead of Stuort. Trains Leave Anaconda To connect at Silver DBow with Oregoa Short Line at 3:oo p. m. Trains leave naconda I:jo a. M., ;:,1 p. w., to connect with Great worttuern Iauwuy at Butte. Tickets for sale for all points, local and through, on the Gleat Novtlheu Railway, .Or, ran Short Line Railroad and Northerl cific leailway and their connections. Steamship ticket, for sale to all points I1 Europe via the above linau.