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. INTER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA DEPARTMENT ,
ENORMOUS CROWDS EXPECTED AT PARK ATTENDANCE AT MINERS' UNION DAY AT MOUNTAIN VIEW LIKELY TO SMASH ALL RECORDS. [SPECIAl. TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, August s.--Next Sunday the Miners' union of Butte hold their annual picnic at Mountain View park. If the crowd in attendance comes up to ex pectations and to that of former years, the peaceful glade in Warm Springs can yon will be filled to overflowing. The park management are making ar rangements to entertain an enormous gathering, and the train service bctween Anaconda and the park and between the park and Butte will be scheduled so as to handle the people with as little trouble as possible. Several trains will be run from the top of the hill in Butte early in the day so that those residing in that locality will be able to make the train as easily as those living nearer the depot, and will be spared the annoyance of a long side in crowded street cars. At the park there will be all sorts of amusements-baseball, athletic sports, dancing, boating and the like. Something that will perhaps attract the most atten tion of any of them is the drilling contest between expert miners. There are records to be broken in that direction and the hammer and drill men who will go after the prize will no doubt do their best to smash all previous ogures. Drill teams from all over the country are entered for toe contest and an exhibi tion of strength and skill is expected that will be little less than marvelous. In the past the Miners' union has always had the largest picnic of the year, and it is looked upon as a special day by the members of the union and their friends. The fact that it comes on Sun day is also a distinct advantage, and for that reason many more may be expected than there would be if the day fell during the week. "PROHlIBITION THE HOPE OF AMERICA" HER THEME Mrs. Hugh Gilchrist Wins Medal in the Demorest Contest, Held Under Auspices of W. C. T.%U. [SPECIAL TO IKTP.R MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, August 15.-Mrs. Hugh Gil ghrist won the prize last night for pre senting to an assemblage in the Methodist church the best address on the subject of suppressing the sale of liquor In the United States. The trophy was a silver medal. The contest was known as "the Dem orest," and was held under the auspices of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union. Similar contests have been held in various cities and towns of the state, and in each instance a silver medal has been awarded for the beat presentation of the pubject. The holders of the medals will bontest for a gold medal during the meet ing of the W. C. T. U. in Butte next month. The judges at last evening's contest were Rev. Gwynne, Miss Elizabeth Thomp son and Mrs. Leahy, the doctor. "How to Curtail the Liquor Traffic," was the title of the address delivered by Mrs. W. D. Bennett, who spoke first, and "A Terible Charge" was the title of the address of Mrs. Williams Dennis. Mrs. ,W. M. Hayes spoke on the subject, "Sc ýastian Manning's Dream ;" Mrs. McCurdy presented an address entitled "American Boys," and Mrs. M. O. Thoil, "Prohibition Warriors, Fall in Line." "Prohibition the Hope of the Country," was the title of the address that won the medal. All of the ladies handled the subject in q masterly manner and in the course of their remarks offered much for considera tion In regard to the liquor traffic. FOR THE LABOR_ DAY PAGEANT Merchants Are Preparing to Take a Hand and Fine Prizes Are to Be Offered. [sPECIAL TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, August IS.-In all likelihood, many, if not all, of the merchants in this Lity will take a hand in the celebration of Labor day. The committees appointed a few days ago by the Anaconda Labor council to interview merchants on the sub ject has met with success. It is now almost certain that nearly all firms in the city will be represented by floats in the parade. A prize is to be awarded to the one having the best turn out. The union that makes the best show |ng will also receive a trophy. Special Sale On everything In the Jewelry line until August 15, when I will move to my new store in the Durston Block, 107 East Park avenue. L. F. Verberckmoes, Optician and Jeweler 116 1, Park Ave., Anaconda, Montana booooooooooooooooooooooooo 2 The Daly Bank and Trust o $ Company of Anaconda o o Anaconda, Montana. o o General banking in all branches. 0 a Sell exchanres on New York, Chi- o cago, St. Paul, Omaha, San Fran- 0 o eisco, Etc., and draw direct othe 0 o principal cities of England, Frnce, o Ireland, Germany and the Orient. 0 o Deposits of $z.oo and upward re. 0 o ceived. 0 Correspondents o o National City bank, New York oa " First National bank, Chicago; First o National bank, St. Paul; Onlaha o National bank, Omaha; Bank of o a California, San Francisco. 0 John R. Toole, President; M. B. o Greenwood, Vie President; Louis o SV. Bennett, Cashier; F. C. Nor. 0 Sbck As00000sistant Casher.00ooooo $00000000'000000000000000000 EQUALIZERS WOULD LIKE TO FIX THE YALUATIONf They Inspect Dam of Light Company for Purpose of Settling Its Value Once and for All Time. [srP:CIAL TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, August 15.-An inspection of the darn of the Montana Electric Light, Power & Mining company at the lake be longing to the company, has been made by the board of equalization for the purpose of fixing the assessment value of it. The board placed the valuation heretofore at $5o,ooo, and the company asked that it be reduced to $27,000. The matter Is unt dir advisement. The dnam is new and the commissioners desire to fix the valuation permanently so that the revenue in taxes from it will be established. The commissioners also inspected the roads in the Silver l.ake and Georgetown districts and found them in good condi tion. The main road was found in fine condition. The Anaconda company has constructed a reservoir at Silver Lake by which the water is stored for the use of the Washoe smelter, and lake has been considerably raised. The work in that region has made it a busy one and it is quite populous now. The commissioners found mining very active in all the mining districts between Anaconda and the Granite county line, and at Georgetown the industry is very lively. ST. PAUL'S PAROCHIAL SCHOOL Work on New Building Begun-To Be Finished in Three Weeks. [SPECIAL TO INTER MOUNTAIN.l Anaconda, August 15.-Work on the new St. Paul parochial school building was commenced yesterday and it is ex pected that in three weeks the structure will be ready for occupancy. It is located at the corner of Fourth and Maple streets. Plans for the building were drawn by M. D. Kern, who designed the $5o,ooo high school building which is now being erected in South Main street. The parochial school will be a one-story frame 52xsa feet in di mension and contain four study rooms and a room in which music will be taught. Father Coopman, under whose direction the building is being put tip, has been given plans for a new rectory in the same parish. If the structure is built according to the plans, it will be one of the finest ANXIOUS TO, GET TH~E DOPE Anaconda Elks Will Go Over to Butte to Meet Home-Comers. [srPlslAt. 10 INTIER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda. August S5.-Anaconda's bunch of Elks who attended the big meet ing at Salt Lake are expected home to will make an effort to meet them in Butte will make an effort to meet thm in Butte and participate in the doings which are pretty sure to take place when the Short Line special pulls in from the South. All are immensely pleased at the favor able showing made by the Montana Elks and those who were unable to go want to get the dope on the way things went just as soon as possible. Anaconda Briefs. A. D. T. messcrgers-prompt, reliable. 5 II. T. Westerman of Butte is In the city. Mr. and Mrs. Madge of Everett, Wash., are in the city. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. HIuntley of Butte are visiting in Anaconlda. George May of lHelena is registered at the Montana hotel. Dr. O. C. Evans attended the baseball game in Butte yesterday. H. F. Putnam of Deer Lodge was an Anaconda visitor yesterday. W. W. Johnston and E. C. Atwater of Butte were in Anaconda yesterday. Attorney P. Napton left this morning for a fishing trip on Boulder river. Attorney Iliram Rodgers went over to Deer Lodge on business this morning. Rev. C. D. Cronch and wife of H-elena are in the city, to remain a few days. President William Scallon of the Ana conda Copper Mining company was in the city front Butte yesterday. Mrs. J. P. Hardy, sister of Mrs. Will lam Taylor of this city, has returned to her home in Townsend, after several days' visit here. George ILaslovich was fined $So by Po lice Judge Ilayes yesterday for annoying ladies on the street while under the in fluence of bad whisky. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the A. O. H. has elected the following delegates to the state convention at Great Falls: Mesdames Hugh Daly, K. Sharp, M. Lappin, \V. Kelli iher, Miss M. Brennan and Miss N. Ben nett. B. P. Baxter, manager of the carpet de partment of the Copper City Commercial company in this city, has returned from a six weeks' trip East in the interests of his -employers. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Crawford of Pitts burg, Pa., arrived in the city last night to splend some time visiting with the family of Thomas Leonard. Mr. Crawford is Mrs. Leonard's brother. Mr. and Mrs. J. HIill, Miss Gertrude Smith, Mrs. Rankin and Mrs. R. Hill, who is visiting from Massachusetts, were all slightly injured in a runaway which oc curred near the Parker ranch west of the city, where they have been camping. Charles M. Logan, who has for several months been in the employ of the Butte, Anaconda & Pacific, left last night for Seattle accompanied by his wife, lie has accepted a position with tile Great North ern Express company and will run from Seattle to Kalispell. At the regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the Anaconda Brewing company, held yesterday, the following of ficers were elected: Directors, Henry Mueller, William Hlaltenhoff and Fred Williams; president, Henry Mueller; vice president and manager, William Ilalten hoff; secretary and treasurer, Adam Tuschercr. Mountain View park tickets will be on sale at the B., A. & P. railway passenger depot and at Great Northern office, 43 North Mein street, Saturday. account Miners' union picnic. lR LIME SWITCHMAN HURT John LeBeau Has His Knee Crushed Be tween Two Cars. [aPECIAL tO INTER MOUNTAI N. Anaconda, August rs.-John LeBeau, a young man employed as a switchman on the air line at the Washoe smelters, was caught between two cars this morning and had his knee severely injured. lie was taken to St Ann's hospital where he will have to remain some time before he will be able to use his limb. ENJOYABLE DANCE AT PARK Cool Weather Made Affair of Last Even ing Very Pleasant, [IPir.CIAL TO INT.E UOUNTAIN.1 Anaconda, August sJ.-Last night's dance at Mountain View park was one of the most satisfactory yet this summer. The cool weather made the dancing a pleasure, the music pas good and a large crowd was in attendance. The hourly trains to and from the city have proved to be a great accommodation and for that reason a great many people visit the park who otherwise would not. At the Montana. H. F. Westerman. Butte; E. E. Van Rosen, New York; T. A. John, city; H. O. Wilson, Butte; Win. Scallon, Butte; M. S. Dean, city; A. G. Betts, Troy, N. Y.; B. P. Baxter, city; D. W. Brunton, Den ver; 1'. It. Ros., Turners Falls, Mass.; C. I.. Tracy, New York: W. W. Johnston, Blutte: . C. Atwater, Butic; C. C. (;ran nis, Duluth; Max Levin, New York; George May, Helena; W. S. Turner, Silver Lakc; ii. F. Putmuan, Deer Lodge. SPORTING NEWS (Continued from Page Eight.) at critical moments and managed to kee the hits scattered in a way which ke Butte from scoring. On the other handt our own star, Pictro l)owling, was handily slugged just when tile policemen needed hits and the result was a windup of 7 to 4 in favor of the protected politicians front the capital. It was a ragged game on both sides and dragged along at times asas if neither bunch cared much whether they won or lost. Several times there were clashes itm pending between tile players and Flannery re-established himself as a kicker who can outkick McCloskey. The Policeman was warned several times by McCarthy, and at one time there was a little group bunched at third bag, which, unknown to the spec tators, was ready to drop ball playing and go to fighting. Fortunately, no blood was spilled and the game ended in the first half of the ninth inning with no one fined, though the um pire had sufficient cause to plaster two or three fines on the Helena players. Thompson's Splendid Pitching. Twice the bases were filled with men when Thompson got down to work and fanned out the batters before a score could be made. Once there were two imen on bases and only one out, but tae big pitcher from the capital twirled them over for successive strikes and Butte went into the field disgusted. Butte went out in regular order in the first inning, though Kane got to first on a single only to die at the plate on McIn tyre's single to left field. Hannivan hit for a double and scored on Schmeer's single, Zearfoss' fumbling the ball at the plate. Schmeer was ad vanced on Flannery's single ana reached the plate on ShalTer's single. A single by IIoutz and an error by Scltmeer brought in one run for Butte in the second. liannivan for Helelna again doubled after Thompson had reached the first bag on a single, but close playing in the field prevented the l'olicemen from reaching the plate. In the third inning Ward reached first on Hannivan's fumble of a hot one and Schmeer dropped one in titte to let him reach second. "Piggy" stole the third bag and reached the plate on Marshall's double. Marshall came in on McIntyre's single, which counted up two runs for the Marys. Flannery's Cops Brace Up. .Flannery and his cops took a brace then and didn't let go of the lead there aftar. The manager popped a slow one for two bags and Shaffer put a nice easy one into Marshall's hands out in right field. Joe got mixed in his doin's and held the ball too long instead of shooting it to third. Tricky Jack reached the bag just ahead of the ball. Sullivan put another pop-up into Marshall's hands, and this time Joe got the ball back to the plate while Flannery was chasing down the home line. Flannery started back to third after dodging on the line and Zearfoos threw too low, striking the police magnate in the back instead of sanding in McIntyre's mitts. The ball bounded over third and Flannery scored. Again in the fiftn lHelena tallied through a single front Shaffer, who was sent around on Sullivan's sacrifice, Holly's double and Pecle's long drive to right. Ifolly came in behind Shaffer and rolled up the sixth tally for the visitors. In the sixth Schmcer got around on a double, stealing third and reaching the plate on a single off the telegraph pole wielded by Shaffer. In the seventh Butte managed to drag over another tally through t doutble by I)owling and a hot drive through short by Marshall. There were two men on bases when Jimnmy McIfale came up again only to fan out and retire the side. 'hliat ended the run-getting for both sides. The score: B UTT E. All. R. II. PO. A. E. Ward, ab ........ 5 o I a o Marshall, rf ..... 5 at 3 o t Kane, as ........ 5 o a 5 o McIntyre, 31 .... 5 o 3 1 1 o Houtz, If ........ 3 1 5 1 o o IHuston, tb ....... 3 o 5 to 0o Zearfoos, c ...... 4 o 2 6 o 1 McHlale, cf ...... 4 o I I o o I)owling, p ...... 4 I I o I o Totals........38 4 13 24 9 3 HELENA. Alt. R. II. PO. A. E. IIlannivan, If .... 5 I a a Ia Schmeer, ss ..... 5 2 3 i a a Flannery, cf ..... I 3 0 o Shaffer, sb ..... .. S 3 8 "' t Sullivan, c ...... 4 o o 9 1 t Holly, 3b ....... 3 a a 2 .. Donahue, rf ..... 3 o 0 1 ) o Peceples, ab *** 4 o s t s 0 Thoumpson, p .... 4 0 1 o t o Totals........38 14 87 9 6 Score by innings: Helena . ...... o o a o ox-7 Butte .0..o....... o tsooo o to-4 SUMMARY: Earned runs-Helena, 4; Butte, t. Two base hits-Hannivan (a), Schmeer, Holly, Flannery, Marshall, McIntyre, Houtz, Dowling and McIsale. Stolen bases lDonahue, Peeples, Ward (a), McIntyre (a). Left on bases--leleena, 9; Butte, 7. Sacrifice hits-Flannery and Sullivan. Bases on balls-Off Thompson, a; olff Dowling, s. lit by pitched .:ai--Thomp son, 1 ; Dowling. i. Struck out--By Thompson, 8; by Dowling, 4. Time of came-Two hours. Umpire-McCarthy. Attendance, 50o. .TACOMA STARTS IN BAD Plays a Good Game Except in the First and Last Innings. IsPrEIAL TO IKiTa MOt'NrAIN.l Tacoma, August aS.-l- f yesterday's game between the Tigers and Seattle had begun in the third inninin insmte l of the first and ended after the eighth instead of the ninth,' it would have been a pretty contest to watch. With the caccjtion of the opening innings the home team put up a fine article of ball. Harmon was off inl his pitching in the first, however, and walked four men, one hit being enough to send four men across the plate. Tacoma did some good stick work but the hits came when they were practically of no value and the men usually died on the bases. Their only run was made by Fisher in the third inning. Seattle took on another bantting streak in the ninthli and counted up three runs before the game came to a close. ThIe score by inning.: Seattle .. .... ..4 t o 0 o o o 3 Tacoma .... ....o o O n ono - SUMMAIRY : Earnted runs-Seattle, 4; Tacoma. 1. Sacrifice hitq-l)rennan, Babbitt. Stolre h.ses-Stovall 3, Klopf. lHurley. Camtpbell, i.ctcllcr. Two-base hits- Fisher 2, I)al rymnple, Stovall, Drennan. Bases on hIall - Off Hlarmon, 6; off logg, . 3. ouble playsv - Stovall to Balbbitt; Campbell to Itahlt bitt to Ihurley, Andrews to Fisher to I but tllinston. Struck out Ity I ong, ; by iirmon, 5. Left on bases- 'l'acolta, 7; ST'lth, 2,. Time of gae--e One hour nil ,o minutes. Attendancc---)o. Umpire I ! ther. SPOKANE EASY FOR P.ORTLAND Errors by Spokane and a Few Timely Hits Wins Game in the Third. ISI'c(IAt. n'10 INI iti t1NI AIN.I I'ortland, August 15.-Portland s.ecIured a lead of seven runs in the third inniig yesterday and after that the ulhi It:; r'e su.ilt of the game was never in di.tht. The visitors simply went to pieces i.; Ilhat in ning, piling error on error, which added to the five hits secured off P'feistrr tells the story. Spokane hit the ball h'-ldir Iout they could not bunch their hits. 'Thi, sore by innings: Sptokane .... ... o oo I oo o o 3 P'ortland .. ...... o 7 o o no x 7 SUMMARY': Earned runs-lortlanld, 2; Spokane, 3. Sacrifice hits-Elngel, Weed, Muller. Stolen base-Zeigler. Two-base hits- Il*'rls,1Frary 2. Iase on balls ()1O i'feis ter, I. Passed ball--Shea. l'hree base hits -Mcl.aughlin, Elsey. Struck out.. ly ifelster, 4; by Engel, 2. left on bases - ]'ortland, 3; Spokane, 5. 'Tinie of gaiime - (One hour and 30 inutiltes. Attentdancee - 1,400. Umnpire--(olgan. INTEREST IN THE BIG RACE Silver Dick-Judge Thomas Match Creates Considerable Comment. Followers of the races and local sport ing circles generally are taking all unustual interest in the big match race this after noon between Judge Tlhoiimas and Silver Dick. The defeat of Judge Thomas re ciently was somlething of i surprise to those who have followed the racing at the ]'utte track this season. T'he Judge had won lmalny races previous to the inatch with Silver Dick ant I 'opulist and as a consequence lie was the favorite, in the bettiing up to the time the race began. 'Though beaten he was not disgraced and there will be much Judge Thomas money in evidence at the track this afternoon. Silver Dick showed that he is a speedy proposition in the quarter event, and as Ioth horses are so evidently evenly matched the race between theml should Ie anl interesting one to watch. T'he weight this afternoon will be as follows: Silver Dick, 1i8; Judge Tihonmas, 115. 'The three pounds is Silver Dick's lienalty for win ning the former race. RESULTS YESTERDAY. Pacific Northwest League. SlHlc na, 7; Ilutte, 4. IPortland, 7; Spokane, 3. Stattle, 9; T'acomalll, ,. National League. C(hicago, 6; Brooklyn, 2. 'ittsburg, 6; Boston, r. P'hiladelphia, 5; St. Louis, 4. ('iciunati, 6; New York, 3. American League. Boston, 3; Chicago, i. Baltimore, 8; Cleveland, 7. 'Philadelphia, 4; I)etroit, 3. Second game --I'hiladelplhia, 5; Dletroit, I. W\ashingtou-St. I.ouis game postponed; wet grounds. Western League. (Colorado Springs, 4-z2 St. Joseph, o-4. Milwaukee, 0-4; (tmaha, 5-I. Peoria, 2-s; l)es Moines, n-t. HOW THEY STAND. National League. Played. Won. Last. l'.Ct. I'ittsburg .... .... 67 23 .745 BIrooklyn .. .....97 5t 43 .557 Chicago ..... .....t94 50 44 .532 Boston .. .......'9 48 44 .522 Cincinnati .. ......'J 48 44 .S Cincinnati .. .... - 4.1 49 .467 St. louis . .....97 44 53 .451 Philadelphia .. ..95 38 57 .400 New York .......9. 31 63 .330 American League. Played. Won. Sost. P.Ct. St. Louis ........ l 52 39 .571 Philadelphia .. ..... 9 50 39 .562 Chicago .. ......r1 50 41 .549 Bloston .... .....97 53 44 .546 Cleveland .. ....97 46 51 .474 Washington .. ...95 43 532 453 Detroit .. .........94 40 54 426 Baltilore .. ....93 40 53 .436 WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY. Pacific Northwest League. All teams resting. National League. All teams resting. American League. Cleveland at laltimore. Chllicago at Boston. St. louis at Washington. Detroit at I'hiladelphia. YESTERDAY AT BUTTE TRACK Summary of the Events of the Montana Jockey Club. First Race Selling; six and a half fur longs; purse, $a.5 : J. II. Riple's b im .Lady Thelma, by W. II. II.-Chlorine, no7 (luiffitan), a to I, first; 'Thonmas lIurns' hI g Atelog, ai. (Vogt ), O to i, second; J. II. Ferris' La in Muruni, ion (,Maddli. Io to s, thirdl. itai l.addir, 6 to I; Illumine, 3 to I ; ('aligula II, 4 to s; Ace, to to i; i)an Tully, In to I, andi Richmund, so to I, finished as Iiamed. l'retonlius left at post. Good start. Moruni led to the stretch. 'Won by two lengths, eight between seconld and thud. lime, 1 :. Second Race Sellinu; five and one half furlongs ; purse, $I5n : P. Sheridan's Ib f Annie Max, by Maxio Annie lewis, t 6 (Fogg), 4 to 2, first C. S. Jones' hr f Miss Blarney. 107 (Kelly), 4 to s, second; 1). Cameronl's I f Plarisade, jog (11. Stuart). 4 to 1, third. Cathello, 6 to ; Agnicia, a to i ; Itudd \Vade, 6 to i; Mliss llreeze, 15 to 1; Pirate Maid, an to i, finished as na:nmel. ar startil, except for Pirate ,Maid, who was iractitcally left. Miss Illatney hel arouniid )t tlt(he sti ch, Ainlllie' M. golilng second beeni the half. Won by a length; two ltcwtrlln seconlld aill third. I n', I :oH' . ''hist lac Selling; milh and ftly yards; ptrso, $ St: t'. WV. (happell's I,s Ting a L.ing, by imp. Itrutus Nal'ltt,. all,) (Ilowson , n to I, first : I.. M. Ilarley's hr g lBrown I'ri,t', i (IIll . Sl t'tl), to 1, sec ni l; (I;elorg, \\'nttwua tlh's I ,lk g Nimtn .l, III (l IItlly ), $ to ', third. JohI n Welch, i to It ; i l)' y, 7 tio Io; Mit Ei ag , i Ie, I ; Ht ima y, it. to 1, fitn islled as a.lmi ud. Iood start, except for Mlont I'aglc. )aecoy Il.d all the way to the stretch, where Ilttnwn l'rine. took the h tl and kt il It l the HN-yard pola, where T'ing a l.ilg toolk the teal andi won bly half a Icngmth; two leIgths between scnci d and thild. low, n:.;;14. F ourth a at e - S ir furlong'.; p mil,,, .'.- n : D arden ll( y stable's h I f N mlit ', by S ,il lingo (ap Ga;He, s,. (Zee), : to I, hrat; Miss C. (,ibson': Itb lt Naraa 1, I .. (hlow son), 1 to t, seaond; John A. Lewis' Iin Sea (Juren, a i (11. Stiaral), .1 to i, third. ldugo, . to I; Sad Samt, 7 to a ; July I ;yp, 40 to t, finished as tatmaed. \Varhn letlI a tiad Ite ltalloon iuratched. GoodI start, 1s minutels' delay. Sad Sami led arounld to the stretch. W\an easily by Ithree lengths; two Ietwcen seconad and third ; fourth a dead heat. Time, a :14 . Fifth Rare Four and a half furlongs; maidenlcl two year olds; pur4se, $2-5: I). ':lsmerol's c.h f fMalu Sherwood, by 'Toi ('romwell Phsneria, ioH (II. Stuart), 7 to ro, first ; W. P. Magrane'" b c "T am, ,It (See ), to 1, sro.. d; S. F. ltrow in' hr f Eldra, io5 (ltrown), 1o to 1, third. I.adly Sul4pr1a, to to I; Sc4cc), 7 to I; Annie I. 7 to 2, finishi(d as namcd. ,Good. start. Mauil A 1d1 all th1 way and won4 b4y fou)lr Ihlllgths. T:111n1 rai last folr threr furlitngs, andl took second by two lengths. Time, :56! . Sixth IRace -Selling; six ant a half fur lo4I4gs ; puIrse, $251: W . D). Itandall's lh g Illilouit, by 'Iige-r (;ypscetlh, ,) (5.e), 7 11h I, first; W. C. ()rr's I g Ilamplt1o4nian., 5 ) ((.'lis, I s to 1, seeond; A. l.indIsay' ch ill Yule, 1I17 (Kelly), to I, third. Itagl oark 11, .2 I1o 4; Albbyhlix 1., ,R to1 s ; l'rank II, 20 to 1 ; Avatar, 52 to 1 ; San V\'nado, .5 to 1, 1tilish.d 4i5as n1n ,,. tr.y hIhooker scratched. Gd start. RIagnarok led to the last, tlurn, Illihno going se1'cond, lstret,'h. W\'011 by hall a l Iength, ontl I e tween '4e4 on, and third. Time, I.:.4 . Sevw4nthl l4 eI'' - Selling; four fwulngs; lpurse , $24 ) : S. IF. H:(iow in" It g A h4.s4a, bIy (':apl4ai1 Al l :dly itruhder, 1.44 (lewis), .4o to) 1, first ; S. Iolk's ch it Virgil I), 1. 7 (Lewis), t t1o 4, e4.... ,; A. N4.el's clh n 1.imnb of the l.aw, 147 (544), 7 to 2, third. ('h:1 les Lamar, 2. to. I; latie I erkins, 20to i i; G(overor John, t to ; 1 ;reat Mogul, 4s to 5; Alarys (;urter, to 1 ; Saul of Tarsus, 6 to 5; Addir I), 20 to 1, hfinih.l'tl as amed. Catherine Bravo, Cora (Go44, 1 o4ram, Ellis (,len, Tom King, (;ypsy 1) . Cricket Itulck :cratlc'hed. (;o4od start. I in of the Ia. w 14 d to the stre'tch, Alary's (Earte: second,, wVt Iby two lengths, onre I)etwen s( cond aind third. 'I ime, RACE ENTRIES FOR SATURDAY First iact 1 Selling; pure,, $.5o; for 3 year olds and tip, on4 mil' a|nd 5o4 yards: 24,6 l,-dat'a .......................to1 309; i ('hap: ie ......................IlI 297 J. I'. S ........................5II 267 Joe K ...... ...... .......... Ioo 307- Frank I.. ......................u 218() Louise 4 M cMurtrie .............. 6 29(4 -A eso l l ........................I i 281 IlIaraulan ........................ Second Rar'e--Selling; purse, $250; for 4-year-ohls and up; seven furlongs: (247) - Ravino ..................... ,o, 304 4 --M nt Eagle ...................1ot z2o---WihahIback ....................to. 29go The ;afir ..................... 4o9 29)9- The Scot ......................4o, 2497- .Flamero ...................... io 267---I lomestake .................... Io7 63 -;irly I)ucat ................... 0o7 30,4 -.John W elsh ...................rot) 307- lIanpt onia4i .................. Io9 30--5 JulyY Iy ............. ........... ) 29)2 - lralk Plearce ...................oo 304- - NilSrwd ........ 444 304 2-- ic Io .................... ..O Third Rac(e-Purse, $2,5; for 2 year olds; four and one-half furlongs. 248--1.izzie Rice ................... r) (295)- Min:o .... ..................o6 (259)--The Fogg ........ .......... 122 295- Nabuco ...................... 99 295--Gladys Bell ........ .......... 99 (243)--Ed l.ilburn .... ............ 93 (3o6)--Maud Sherwood ............ 9go 3o6-Anniec F.... .... ............. 68 306--Sccco ........ .... ........... 68 Fourth Race-Handicap: purse, $3oo0; Butte Hotel stakes; for 3-year-olds and up; one and one-eighth miles. 256-Lena ..................... 9% (a98)-Wolhurst .... .... ........T. 276-McNannra .... . .. ..........I9 196-Klckmnbob .... ..............tot a84-Kenova ....... ............too (gt9)-llyron Rose .. .............. o6 (233)--Itio Slhatu, ..a .... ..... 16 283-Frank Woods .... .... .......o8 Fifth Race-Hllandicnap; purse, $a2o; for .1 year old and uti; six furlongs. (.-R j)---Kohln w reatth .. .. . .... I TI ,I - C'aptivtte .... .... ........... ton . \I*:, l" r ar ........ ... .. .... Io t I v r ........ .... ..... 0I (:q ) Aliss 14emsient ...............ny (2,) Jennie lhlughers... .. .. ......to) Sixth Ratce-- (lwera' handicap; for all ,,; m iuiitutit Weights '5 pojitiuls; fiveO lIirlngl ; p(urse. $r5, .o, Chas;U I.lattu r ... .................. (.'7i,) H-Iagerdon ...... ... . .......91 ,io5 Notie ....................9. .,:.I Louise ('hapml,,i ...... ........9. ,iii5 Sad Sain ........ .............95 Sevetli Itai ce IIlrdle handicap; .1" yetr It ;ltand upw;ar'l; one and a qua;rter mlill. over live hurdles, pursllle, $.10: .1.*2 Atlli.g ...... ...... ..........an .J1i Met ll ................ 1...... ,,, j. (J .) ohley ....... .............156 (H;7) -luist IDavis ... .....e.... iot Mrt. Ione . ........ ........... 34 (.ti ) 'Pourlandl ...... ............ i SPORT OREVITIES. In It"e late'st issute titi he l.ondon Mirror of I.il, Ilitrry W\are, the' clever IEnglisll Iiliam, a n11 hlltu . his iti irel lttilr lt fronll the rinig. \\'are cae to this country until4 the tntattigeintii of hill, Ilrady, whlte the latter was at the head of the ('olntiy I.sla I A. ('. .I few years ago. Although Wart, Posted a forfeit he cmld not indUce anyol e at Iil pntinds to l .f'e him, anld eturnedi ti I'igl itild withouiit a contest. (;ore l ( llllner is con ,lidetl tt that hI. will def1.al .lu k I IRl t in their comini , h.blltle. if tuitu -, . v'. ry pli tieligitter is tiunliderit iof winning or lie w iild 11( .It e itlit) tihe -illg. iThere really is .ollnm xcuseti for (;ardli.i gtiitlu: public tXlpreilloi (if iil opiniiiioni, l.or tihe .iiiaii. it hi is doinglii is putting hiII ill exe. len.it co.inditin, ,IIndI luot will hiavel Ii lol ,it his laur il. ' tlen Ih1 .y I nrot i ii Ih r sylu. ie d c i tric, I arnel Wins at Tennis. oiutllihamplill , L. I., August i r,. \\ illionl A. I.;iiinel simi',.i,.luilly dtlfenl ed l ii titl in the ILong lblaiilI tennis ch:nilpionlhip int iiauir nr. t yCMLid.y against ilil lr. I' im ofi the I-ngul hlih lral l. 'l'ht t lina c.n'res' werit S 2, 7 f;, : I . The IDoherty ini .rti s withdrewi . HEADACHE cured or Money Refunded Dr. McHenry's Headache Wafers Are guaranteed to cure all kinds of headac he. You will find in atant relief from them where other remnedica have failed. They dio nut ont:iirn any opiates chloral or coal tar products. It is a new srienlific discovery ..,;l wnrraited to be perfectly harmless. ..Our Bed Bug Killer.. i, not having the sale it once h1ad Ib.catire it has had such a deladly effect on the bugs that there are but few left. We want to kill thiemi. If you have any bed bluo at your hIoule try a hot tie, only :5c. You will never regret it. Standard Drug Co. Reliable Druggists Ilo I:. Park Avenue, Anaconda Mail orders promptly filled. B.A. & P. R. R. CO. TIME TABLE. Tr'lin connecting with hLatottound N. P. leave A.naconlda for lDurant at 2;:3 a. t.; leave Ilurrait for Anacondila at 3:io a. tb Trains Leave B. A. & P. Depot, Bittj for Anaconda, as follows: pa . m., Io a. m., Ia': pa . i., :Ias p. mo., 11:I. p. m. Trains Leave Union Passenger Sta lion Anaconda,for Eutte, as follows 8:So a. m., i:y3 a,. in., 3 p. m., 7:. p. m. Connections will be made with at! arorttcra Pacific trains, both East and '.estbound. at Ijurant, inteald of Stuart. Trains Leave Anaconda To connect at silver low with Oregon Short Line at :oo p. in. T'rains leave naconda 8:3jn . m., ;:s p. ta., to connect with Great Northern la3iway at tutte. Tickets for sale for all points, local and througlh, on the (Great Northe.iu Railway. Orte uoin Short Line Railroad and Northern aacific ,ailway and their connections. Steamship tickets for sale to all points Ih Europe via the above lia.t. Pullman Dining and Library Car Route TO SALT LAKE DENVER. KANSAS CITY OMAHA CHICAGO ST. LOUIS etrd lit Ltasarn Polnla Short Line to Colorado, Arizona and Mexico San Francisco, Los Angeles (Ocean or Rail.) Portland And ail Pacific Coast Poiants Depart.. 8:o5 a. m. a:45 a. m..Arrive Depart . 4:50 p. mt. 4:40 p. m..Arrive Ticket Offlce, 105 N. Main btreet Butte, Montana M. O. WILSON. General Agt.