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tLD PARTIES HELD ITHEIR CAUCUSES REPUBLICANS AND DEMOCRATS NOMINATE PROPOSED DELE GATES TO CONVENTIONS. bl'E(IAL TO Tilt INTER MO'UNTAIN. Anaconda, March at.-The republicans and democrats held their caucuses last might and named delegates to the respec, tive city conventions to be voted for to might at the primaries. The republicans held a mass meeting at the courthouse for the selection of dele. gates. City Chairman Templeman acted as chairman and Winnie Sparrow secretary. A recess was taken for the selection of the ward delegates and then it was agreed to keep the voting places open today from a to 7 p. m. . The following are the delegates from the dilTerent wards: First Ward-W. W. Harper. Charles Carriher, H. R. Burg, George Dick, B. D. Mahen. G. B. English, G. S. E. Wisner, G. W. Metcalf. Second Ward-Hl. W. Stevens, W. R. Allen. C. II. Williams, William McEaeh ran. I. G. Smith, James H. Iloy, T. J. Kerlin, L. St. Jean. Third Ward-H. S. Neal, D. Cohen, Sr., C. Ai. Sawyer, H. W. Rodgers, George W. Sparrow, Dr. J. M. Sligh, A. G. McLean, David Mtarler, AM. B. Hendricks and W. E. Thomas. Fourth Ward-Dr. M. M. Leahy, A. 1.nist. . J. Maloney. T. C. Davidson, A. fC. McGregor, H. F. Errett, A. Short, E. L. lorrie. Angus MacDonald, Louis Copious, II. G. Coy and J. W. James. Fifth Ward-B. Templeman, J. S. Wis ncr, E. Golder, George Young, S. Mahan, Charles Uhl, Charles Varley, E. Beaudette, Joe York, N. Knudson, J. W. Payne, John Matthews, J. Jacobson and Peter Johnson. Sixth Ward-Ed Nordquist, Hugh Gil. christ. Jesse Rood, Joe Irving, George Bro. lin. Il. Rainsford, G. W. Peterson, Will lam Howell, S. D. Allen, T. W. Cowan, Pat Kirley, W. A. Taylor, Call Campbell and Peter Jackson. The democratic caucuses were fairly well attended and some interest in the proceed. ings was shown. Delegates from all the wards were nominated and they will be voted upon at tonight's primaries. The ward primaries will be held in each of the following places tonight: First Ward-Corner Walnut and Fourth streets. Second Ward-Petritz building, corner of lHickory street and Commercial avenue. Third Ward-Rooms of Jefferson club, Montana Meat company's building. Fourth Ward-In the city hall. Fifth Ward-No. as3 Birch street. Sixth Ward-No. 7Js East Park avenue. Bertha on Rampage. SPECIAL TO THR INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, March a.--The police have again taken Bertha Stone into custody ozt a disturbing charge. Bertha made a stren. uous effort this morning to clear out dark. town. She went on a rampage and hhd several of her neighbors in flight when she ran amuck the police. It is the hope of the officials that on this occasion Bertha will have a month or two of board at the county jail, as she is an old offender. Money Won Is Money Earned A safe play or a good bet can always be made by the wire. They're Beating Us Hard W'hy can't you do it as well? Turf Exchange Pool Rooms Bar and Club Rooms in Connection. Male Street. An.o.Ma. ( ieorge Used His Hatchet When he cut down his Father's Pet Cherry Tree. Some Use a Hammer ; To make an impression as great as did the First President of this country. . . . . Neither a Hatchet Nor a Hammer Is needed to drive the fact into the heads of every one that our . . . Malt Extract, Blue Ribbon Beer H!!h Grade Whiskles and other Necessities In the Liquor Line Are the Best to Be Had. .N. . For the Family Trade, we are Especially Provlded . . . . . J. V. COLLINS & CO. 1i9 Main St. Tel. 87M ANACONDA ** ** OUIET LENTEN WEEK OVER IN ANACONDA PERIOD OF SACK CLOTH ROBBED CITY OF UNUSUAL AMOUNT OF 8OCIAL GAYETY. aPEtrAt. TO TEl LINTr.R MOt'TAIn. Anaconda, March as.-Lent has created havoc with the society folk of Anaconda. The town is as quiet in a social way as it possibly could be. For the week past there was nothing to be offered except the teachers' institute during the days and the production of "Faust" at the Mar garet on Thursday evening,. The many who are observing the Lenten season strictly have been in their Ilory because of the lack of amusement to be had by those desiring entertainment. Misery likes company, some say. Misery is having its way in this regard in Anaconda. During the past several days many of the city's women have been interested and their time occupied with the institute of the county teachers which has been held in the courthouse in Anaconda. The in stitute was under the personal direction MISS ALICB MAHONEY. Superintendent of Schools, Deer Lodge Co. of Miss Alice Mahoney, superintendent of the county schools. The young woman called the meeting pursuant to law and, notwithstanding she had but a short time in whioh to prepare for the work, it may be truthfully said that there has not been a superior week's work in the institute line in Deer Lodge county for a number of years. Miss Mahoney worked indus triously for the success of the affair. She was assisted by some others who were not so favorably impressed with the work and consequently did not enter heartily into the spirit of the meeting, yet the days passed rapidly and the attendants in the main were well pleased. Mrs. S. C. Adams was a Butte visitor during the week past. Mrs. J. F. Spclman was a guest of her mother, Mrs. Colurn, in Butte for several days past. Mrs. Straight has been a guest of Mrs. J. H. Duffy during the past week. Mr. Phil Greenan and Mr. Wmn. E. Thomas visited in Butte on Friday. J. S. Marshall, manager of the Montana, is expected home during the coming week. Mr. T. F. Murphy has been visiting his son in Helena for several days. Mrs. T. J. McKenzie and children leave today for Nashville, Tenn. Latest Styles in Tailor Suits and Coats For conspicuous style-beauty these new creations shown in our Suit section are incom parable. There is a rich elegance about each garment that speaks of master tailoring. No better exposition of the season's craze for elaboration in trimming and designs could be found than we show Monday. Prices are far lower than you'll find quoted elsewhere, except on inferior stereotyped garments. O : MONDAY ONLY. Mention this ad to the clerk that waits on you E and you will be allowed 10% discount on any article you purchase. Extrelely Styllsh New Blouse Tailor Madle Gown lig Made of Special Sale of soft finish cheviot, and conies iu black, brown and navy. Blouse tastefully E. T. Simmons Gloves trimmed with Persian bands and fancy.weave braids. Blouse lined with No. I Monda we place on sale too dozen taffeta, seven.gored flare skirt, trimmed with braid and Per. $30.00 . . ens Mo . T. Simmeons Kid Gloves, sian stitched..... .......................... .......... usout Fren c h E. T. immons Kid Gloves, I F IIT Comes in black, brown and grey ve. and $1.8o per pair. 'T'hese are this COLLARLESSa, BLOUS. _ ._ netian cloth. Blouse and skirt trimmed season's handsomest styles in genuine with handsome Persian trimming. Full Bishop sleeve. Blouse $l75 French kid, for which we are exclusive satin lined.................................... ... .....a Anaconda agents. Every pair guar In black, grey or O anteed, $i and $ . o. New cravenette storm-Proof RagOIans " ford.. Exclusive Idea Belted or loose back. Bishop sleeve, velvet collar .......... In Mlllne elto lc. .T p ioT In 21 in. fly front, plain and strapped seams, NEW CORSET COAT beautifully tailored and lined $12 50 A superb gathering of the very lat with self-colored taffeta silk. Price ................... .... $12,.5 est interpretations in womenti's millinery, the handiwork of the master ldesigners W WAKIN SIRTS In mixed tweeds, 9.gore shape, flaring but. of New York and abroad. T''hese hats I tom, also kilt plaited, tan Q12 50 represent the latest that will he in vogue and grey, black and white mixed, on sale at $6 to........... ~ 5& 0 this season. I'ri'ce, $2.5o up to $2o. High-Class Spring Dress Fabrics Persian Trimmings If you consider it to your advantage to select your dress Remember, the latest will -alw'ays he found here and a fabrics from all the latest styles of material and patterns, visit will save you money. it will pay you to visit our Dress Goods counter before making your purchases. to pieces Narrow Persian 'rimmings, all colors, 48-in. Plain Cream Sicilians, for shirt waists, 90 yard................................ ...12C yard.................. ............ 0 12 pieces Medium WVidth 'Persian Triiniings, yard ..25c 54-1n. All Wool Cream Basket Weave, latest $3.00 8 pieces of Wide Persian 'l'rimings, all colors, yard, ,40 shirt waist suiting, yard .................. 6 different styles Medallios. irice, each .... IOc to 45 48-In. Black Shot Valle, silk finish, latest $ 4 dress material, yard ..... ............... 3.24 White Silk Applique Trimmings, yard ....25c to $2.00 46-1n. Colored Mohairs, all colors, the latest for 90c Black Silk Applique trinning, yard ......25c to $2.00 spring gowns ..................*.......... 8-.inch All Over Net, 12 different patterns, yard 241in. Crepe de Chine, now much in demand, colors that ...................... ......... 25c to $1.75 are not to be had elsewhere; compare prices with others, Fine Valencinnes aces, all widths, yard......Ic to 50 who ask $1.75, and be convinced that ours is A the same, at, yard ........................ full Line of fine Lace for Dress Trimmings. 22--223AMS DPT STORE Anacoda, F. Park St. •IIIJ M LF Montana F. W. C. Whyte and family arrived to day from a trip to the coast. Mr. and Mrs. II. McNulta will occupy the McKenzie residence. Mrs. John Odson will leave shortly for Tacoma to be present at the graduating exercises when her daughter will be one of the participants. Miss Huntsman of Dillon has been in Anaconda during the week. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Gallagher were in the city on Thursday, the guests of their son, Frank Gallagher of Anaconda. The Anaconda Elks had one of their original social sessions after their eletion Thursday night last. The occasion swas the best drawing card of the week by all odds. There were no Elks to be found in any part of the city save at the Elks' hall on that night, and until the midnight hour tolled the pleasure was kept up by il promptu speaking and songs with more willingness' than music evident on the part of many of the antlered brethren. Mrs. Young, wife of Superintendent of Schools Young of Butte, was the guest of Miss Terresa O'Donncll during a few days of the past week. Supt. Young of the Butte schools was a guest of Prof. Karl D. Beghtol at the Apicius club on Wednesday last. Miss Loughran, county superintendent of schools of Silver Bow county, who ias been in the city, returned to Butte yester day. ANACONDA BRIEFS A. D. T. messenger-prompt, reliable. All pastors are requested to have their church notices in the Anaconda offlc'ai the Inter Mountain previous to si a. t,. Saturday of each week in order to insure publication on that day. White Wyandotte and Plymouth Rock hatching eggs from the very best strain in America, for sale; $a per 13 eggs. John Rees, Three-Mile house, Anaconda. County Clerk and Recorder Phil Greesn an went to Butte again this morning. Mrs. M. B. Grecnwoo- is a Butte visitor today. At. St. Mark's church tomorrow evening Mr. R. deB. Smith will slm a tenor solo with a violin obligato for the anthem, awl the offertory will be a baritone solo by E. Davis and chorus with violin largo and chorus choir. Mr. Davis wil) sing .I,, u MacDougall's setting of "Onward, Ch.ris. tian Soldiers.' The voluntary prelude in the evening will be, "Hymn of the Nuns," by Wely, and the postlude will be "Capri cas," by Lemaigre, executed by Mrs. Gaily and Mr. Ludders. In the evening the offertory will be, "Eye Hath Not been," from Gaul's oratorio, "The Holy City." The prelude will be "Bercuese" by Spin ney, and the postlude will be Wagner's "Grande Marche." The morning sermmn will be upon the "Cog Of Sin;" In the evening there will be an address ut.ll "Christian Warfare." First Baptist church, corner of Fifth and Locust streets. Evangelistic meeting under direction of Evangelist Gravett will continue until Monday evening. On to morrow he will speak at aI a. n. on "'The Message of the Bread and the Wine." At 3:.3o p. in. special talk to t.,e ('hristians of the city on "New Wine in New Battles." At 7:3o p. m. "Fools Mocking at Sin." lie will give a special lecture this evening at 7 :Jo on the "Book of Daniel." A. O. H. EXTENDS THANKS. The Ancient Order of Iilbernians of Deer lodge county, Nos. i and 2, desire by this means to extend our sincere thanks to all friends who so kindly gave assistance in making a success of our celebration on March s7. Particularly to the orator of the day, W. K. Dwyer, Mrs. R. S. iolatn, Jack Baglin, lEd A. Davis, It. dell. Smith, Miss Williams, C. R. Connolly, Ed Ilughes and children, 'I homas Carroll, O'l.eary sisters, i.. Graffith, Miss IBarrett and Frank Kathway, all of whom partici. pated in the evening's program, we are grateful. Notice to Anaconda Democrats. Anaconda, Mont., March EQ.--A con vention of the democratic party of the city of Anaconda is hereby called to meet in the city hall, Anaconda, Mont., on Mon day, March a3, 19o0, at 2 o'clock p. n. Said convention is called for the purpose of nominating candidates for the following offices: Mayor, city treasurer, police magistrate and one alderman from each W'red in the city, to be voted for st the city election to be held on Monday, April 6, It)o3, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the convention. Caucuses will be held in each ward March so, at 8 p. m., and a primary meet ing will be held in each ward March at, between the hours of a and 8 p. m., for the purpose of electing delegates to the con venltion,. Following are the places selected for the holding of the primary meetings and the number of delegates apportioned to each ward: First Ward-Corner Walnut and Fourth streets; 7 delegates and 7 alternates. Second Ward-Petritz building, corner Hickory street and Commercial avenue; 7 delegates and 7 alternates. Third Ward-Rooms of Jefferson club, Montana Meat company's building; 9 dele gates and 9 alternates. Fourth Ward-City hall; to delegates and to alternates. Fifth Ward-No. am3 Birch street; It delegates and it alternates. Silth Ward-No. 7a3 East Park avenue; Ir delegates and is alternates. By order of the city central committee, W. B. A EBB, Chairman, F. W. PECKOVER, Searetary. Butte, Anaconda & Pacific Ry. Co. Passenger Time Table--March 1, 1903. WF.S'TiOTNNI). I.eave Iutte. Arrive Anacondla. No. r--B., A. & P. I.ocal..................... 7:0n0 ia. . 7 :50 a. Im. No. 3 - It., A. & I'. I.ocal ..................... 1,o i .o a III. lo:o5 a. In. No. 5- It., A. & P. Local...................... :, I,. nII. i:15 p. In. No. 7--B., A. & I'. I.ocal .. . .............. 4 . . 5:45 P. ii. No. 9 -1 ., A. & P. Loral ..................... I :5 ' . :4 a. . I"ASTIO()LNf). I.'av Auacao.ia. Arrive Butte. No. J--H., A. & P. I.ocal ..................... 4 :5o a. m. 5:35 a. m. No. 4 I., A. & P. I.ocal...................... t .It. nn. . :95 a.1m. No. 6---li., A. & I'. I.ocal..................... I l: . a.. in.1 o p . No. 8- t., A. & P. I.ocal ..................... 3 - t p .m. 4:15 p.m. No. Io-- B., A. & I. Iocal ..................... 6 s I. ti. 7:3o p. m. To ilUake colnnIettion w1ith Northern l'ac.ific railway \\'Wcsthttult tr;ains at Durant leave Anacoitda at 11 :Jo a. I l., I: ' p. | n. antd 6.:.s p , III. To make connectiol with Ntr.thern Pacific tilway I'.-.to.tunl trains at Butte leave Anaelonda ait i i :to a. in. anol 6 :i5 p. in. To make tcotllntion with I()rcgo Short ILine r;ilroad It Silver flow leave Ana. ctoiida at 3 :J Ip. II). Tickets oi sale ;at city ti-keit Icuue ((;re;it Nortihrn Raa;ilway), No. 41 North Mailn street, and at passen.gtr station, Butte, Anacotndla & I'acific Railway. ADAMS' BARGAINS St'IE'IAI. "nl t1IE IN 11.1 M0I NIAIN. A,nacoinda, March .-.--In this ioume of the Inter Mountain the Adams Ilpartmelnt store of East Park avenue, Alnacondtla, gives notice that on Monday there will ire sonle excellenlt bargaIinIs 011 tllh comutlll r. The establishlment, being in a p1ioilion to cater to all classes of trade, makes announcelenlt tlhat thons desiring to pur chase goods on Monday may do .o at a great saving. II order to colImmanld par ticular attentionz, Monday the Adams Dle partmenlt store nmakes promise through to day's advertisement in this issue of the Inter Mountain that all mentioning this paper when making a pIurchase oi Monday will receive a discount of to per cent on all goods bought. If you want to save money Monday don't forget to say when buying at the Adams Department store that you saw the Inter Mountain advertisement. MR. THUMAN HAD SKIPPED Anaconda, March 21.--At the depot this morning when the Butte, Anaconda & Pacific train was about to make its first run to Butte, Miss Kohl, a short, thickly set woman with determination written in every part of her countenance, boarded the express car and hurried up to Conductor Merwin. The woman asked whether a tall, black-headed man had left Anaconda last night, and at once looked inquiringly for an answer. The conductor saiu that sev eral tall men had gone out during the day, but he didn't know whether any hap pened to be the Individual asked for. The woman went on to give a more accurate description of the man she said was tnamed Thuman, and finally drew from The Daly Bank and Trust Company of Anaconda Anaconda, Montana. General banking in all branches. Sell exchanges on New York, Chi. eago, St. Paul, Onmaha, San Fran. risco, etc., and draw direct on the principal sities of England, France, Ireland, Germany and the Orient, Jeposits oa $ .oo nae upward re. ceived. Correspondents National City ba lk, New York; First National ba'ts, Chicago; First National hank, St. Paul; Omaha National bank, Oriash.; L'ur.' of California, San Francisco. John R. Toole, President; M. B. Greenwood, Vice President; LotUe .'. Bennett, Cashier; F. C. Nor Ieck, Assistant Cashier. beneath her cloak a miniature photograph. "Ili* photograph," exclaimed she. 'He is gone away owing me $30 in board, and I want Io catch him." The conductor could give her no satis faction. Finally the woman hurried to the depot policeman for assistance. The offi cer advised her to see a justice of the peace and get a lawyer. Miss Kohl declared that Thuman had left her house yesterday without paying what he owed. She became suspicious, and later ascertained that he had quit work at the Washoe plant. The woman was enraged when she saw that there was little hope of locating her truant boarder. (Additional Anaconda News on age St.