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INTER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA BUREAU
110 West Park Avenue--Telephone No. 69-Advertising Rates Furnished on Application. THREE HOLDUPS TRY TO WORK THE LITTLE GAME ON ANACONDAHOUSES Tackle Places Where Women Are Alone, but Tele phone Is Worked and Gentlemen Are Jailed. SPECIAL TO THE INTERt MOLNTAIN. Anaconda. March as.- 'hree efforts were made last night by thieves to rob residences in Anaconda. Strangers in the city, John Sullivan, Pat Clark and Fred Young. made the efforts to hold up three separate hones during the evening. 'lhe sherif.'s office was at once notitied by one of the women intended an a victiil of the int. and in cot.utlquente thie l, were taken i:toin custldy within a shrit time. They appeared li fore Justice of thit 'eacc Ilendricks this morning anId pleated guilthy to chargrs of vagrancy, that eharlge b.ing substittuted for the mIlolre serius offenset in thet absence of any proof ~lhat the men uised force or threats in their efforts at robbery. Justice or the Peace Hendricks HOUSE FOR SISTERS Ursuline at St. Paul's Hos pital to Have a Fine Residence. r SPrr.CIAL To TI.i INTER MOLt'.AIX. Anaconda. March aS.--The erection of a residence for the Sisters of the new Ursuline school of the St. Paul parish is rapidly going on. The structure is to he Jimmediately l hind and attached to the school huilding. The reiiden~ e portion i.l to he two stories in height anl will con tain one classro,. i. which will Ihe used by the Sisters in their work of instruction. \Vhtn comrpleted the t'r.ulice Sisters will ,he fitted out w ill most accottllodatittng -tuarter . alnd will he itl a position to cart. for a larger numtber of pupils than is now p.ossilde. OSCAR DE LEW A BENEDICT Weds Miss Cora Ensminger-l to Re side on the Coast. sPIt; .f. TO 'lllt INTI:R MOI't T.ISy. Anaconda. March -5.--.\t the lMeth(dist parsonoage the marri;age of Oscar De L.ew anld Miss Cura I"nsminger, both of this city, occurred today. The young couple were grantetd a mlarria:ge license by C'lerk of the Court W. t?. Thomas this mlorningi . and thile ceretmonty was performed iby Rev. I)r. llathley of the Methodist clhurch. M1r. and Mrs. De I.w will go to Seattle and Spokane fromt here, anll it may be will infke their future home on the coast. Mr. lie l.ew has been for .,,rwe months a linlotype machine operator int the cont pIosin room of the Standard in Anaconda. ile came here sonle monlths ago fronl tile East. Ils gelnial disposition and ever pleasant mannecr muade for himt innuttera ile friends, who although somewhat sur prised to hear of his venture in the matri mnonial line, hope for him and his bride -hlltndant succrss. Miss Ensminger has Ieen a resident of Anaco:dtla for a number of years. She haid, until recently, been an enmploye of the McRae store. Anacondans in Butte. P t't IA. 1'TO Tol'E INTEIR aIOit'NITAI.. Anaconda. March 25.--County Attorney 7oseph J. Mcc(affery, Attorneys J. II. Duffy and W'. 11. Rodgers are still in Butte ap pearing at the trial of the McCaffery homestead case now lhaving its hearing in the felderal court. tGeorge 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 . . SNeither a Hatchet Nor a Hammer S 1 needed to drive the fact into the heads of every one that our . . . . . Malt Extract, Blue Ribbon Beer Hlgh Grad. Whiskies *ý: and other Necessities In the Liquor Line Are the Best to Be Had. . . . S For the Family Trade, we are Especially Provided . . . . * J. V. COLLINS & CO. 1j9 Main St. Te. s8M ANACONDA ¶1 $ I?~*1**A**~ gave Sullivan on days. while ('lark and Young got jto days ea.ns in the county jail. The men all adopted the saute plan. Thrcy watched at various hoItns in the residence portion of the city, antd i.hte they had seen thie na11 of the house rleae after supper they at\:aitled their time and then calldl at tl frt fr it do.r. Ini ath in ttantc ai reqltc".t Is to who was at the hotor hbrouuhlt tlhe re.pt o.e that :a stranger dh.ired mluney.. The fir.st hI,,use ,isited. happened to he. the scene of a card party itt which none hitt women n ecre lpresenlt. The request for Iolney t as IttI with thilt assurance that there \ as nlone in the house. "Then I waV:lt jewelry or soImcthitig of JUDGE MURPHY TO MARRY MISS LONG JUSTICE ()F PEACE WILL JOIN THE RANKS OF THE BENEDICTS ON APRIL 15. SPI:( ItA. TO Till" INTi:ER O1ItNi .\i . Anaconda. March aS.---t)n April 15 the marriage of Judge T. F. 'M(rphy and ,Miss Nellie Iong will occur. Judge Murphy is at present one of the justices of the peace. lie is a popular young milan of Anaconda, who has intunn erable friends an1d acqiuaillt ances. For a numbller of years he has figured prominrently in politics anld itn secret organizations, thercliy becoming closely aclquaintetd with the beit citizeuns of the city. The justice of the peace was at one time ini the employ of the ( upper City (Commercial company. lie is considered one of the bright young imen of Ana:cotlda in a Ittisiness way as well as politically and socially, and hit new venture carries with it the intcrest of those who know hiul. ThIe bride-to-he, Miss l.ong, carne to Montana some three or four years ago from Hlancock. Mich., and since then Ana conda has continued to be her home. Miss Long is a sister of Dennis Long, an emt ploye of the founldry. Miss Long numbers her friends in the city by the hlundreds. She has become popular with all since her couming here. LINE TO THREE MILE HOUSE IS BEING PUSHED Subscribers Will Be Able to Use the Telephone Within Few Days-Big Force of Men Is at Work. SPE('IAI. TO TIEC INTER MOi ti( TA.tM. Anaconula, March --5.-Manager (;. T. Pratt of the Rocky Mountain Bell Tele phone companly has a force of men at work placing a line to the Three Mile Ilouse. Manager Pratt said yesterday that within a :cry few days suhi.crilbers to the tele. p)honle comllpanty will lie able to comtutLi cate with that place. The rate to the Three Mile Ilouse will be 25 cents, and the line, it is expected, will be even better than the other branches of thle system, as it is to be of modern style with all of the necessary eqluipment to make of it all that is expected of a telephone route. value which will bIni tme imsoney," de. manled Sullivan. Again lie was put off. (ine of the wo'lrn talked with the strantger in an effort to get him away or to command his attention, while another of the women used the telephone to good advantage. The women notified the wlher itt's office as to tihe unwelcome caller and several derpttlies were soon out on a still huntll. W\hilte Sullivan was insisting ppon bring supplied with monemy he was nabhbed red hainded I the ollicial.. A mtore thor outvh eaarch hy the onliers disclosed the work f th the ltr tlto Inlll and they were taken in al-,. nlsticr ,f the I l'ars, Ilcendrieks spill I lwhen sentencing the me l t;lat Anaconlda scents m. I lw t li' toppinig place oif an ele silent knin as "tramp.., who will do lthe city no good anid w h. if brought ti foret hitt oi tcharges of v.it r.lney. will find hdgint;i at the county jail tor a lung eloii.oi t time ito instre thiir speedy depar Liture v. hen they ottain theirl rteleases. HE HAS A POSITION Therefore Judge Hayes Is Glad to Let George Go and Take it. It't I.tAt. TO THEl ITvR 5lOti'ITAtI.r. Anaconda, Mont.. March as..-"Armerh can George" of pollee court fame reeved his walking papers at the bands of Jia!tt MIayes this morning. (;eorge Was in for making a diiturbance oni the streets. Ile appeared befure the police court mag i.strate this morning with a calmed de •meanior and as meek as a pet lamI. A few questions onl the part of the judge elicited thie fact that (;eorge had a job to which he was very anxiotus to go wcre he given the opportunity. The police judlge told the offender to inalke his get away and to behave himself in the future and t..sve trot Ile. LARGE ORDER FOR GOLD DREDGING MACHINERY Chicago Mining and Developing Company Means to Push Things-Parker Is Enthusiastic. SPi tiAt. TO Tiie ITNlIt MOaToAIit., Anaconda. March .5.-A ltgte onrder for goli-dredging machinery has just bect placed witht,,the foundry tlepartmutrnt ot the AnacondTt companly by- \W . V. Pt~e of the 'Chicago Miildp & Ilb pln~n( co~mn prtny, who is hIere from Virginia City. Mr. Parker is enthusia.stiu over the site. cess of gold dredginw. It haP I~iassl thnt experimental stage, hl, says. i';,ol dredg ing around Virginia Citf.r~ s lw(en very, successfully carried on and it is beconm ing quitce ian industry, amakiig the old town humlll again. It is expected that before leaving Ana. conda MIr. Parker will visit the mining operations at (;corgetowwi flats and that tie may decide to put in a dredlge there. OSWELD COHEN'S MUSICALE Pleasant Evening Spent by a Coterie of Young Folks. SIiIA . iT i f ill i. I Nit MStit . I AI . Anacuionda ..\arch .'g.-.t lthe hom ai of his parent ()Iweld C'ohts-en last evening ein tertained a inmbtlter of his acquaintances of the city at a musicale. 'Ihe evceing was Ipleasantly spent with selectionlls froml those who were presentI. Later .Mrs. t(I helln served sulpper. Those who participated in the mitiicale were tihe sMisies McKenzie, H.iodgers. Saw yer, Capillns misd Metssrs. .Teager, ICowen. Schtmidt anI Cioltesn. CHEAP RATES TO BOSTON Anacondans Expected to Take Advant age of July Excursion. Anaconda. March .-.--It is expected that the cheap rates which will be in force betweenll Anlaconda and Hostont on account of the National i'ducational asso ciation annual meeting, which will be held in the Ilub July b(oi, will attract a numlbner of the teachers of the public schools to the great gathering of edu cators. County Superintendent Mahoney has already announced her intention of going ANACONDA BRIEFS A. D. T. messenger-prompt, reliable. F. Ii. Jones of the B., A. & P'. R. R. is a Butte vistior today. White Wyandotte and Plymouth Rock hatching eggs from the very bebt strain in America, for sale; $2 per 13 eggs. John Rees, Three-Mile house, Anaconda. Coutnty .Clerk Phil (;reenan is in Butte today. You big politicians! For a nerve giving meal drop into the Success restaurant East Park street, Anaconda. For Sale-Two National cash registers, in first-class condition, for sale cheap. J. V. Collins & Co. The St. Mark's Episcopal church is making preparations for an elaborate musical program for Easter Sunday. On Good Friday adtl on Easter morning the chtoir will si.ig the oratorio, 'Raising of the Daughter of Jairus." Garden seeds in bulk and packa.es. Martin Drug Co. Trask lodge, No. 52, Degree of Honor, gave a card party at the A. O. Ii. hall last night. There were many people pres ent and one of the order's real good times was had ere the evening was finished. Fire Chief A. II. May of Missoula was in the city yesterday, the guest of Fire Chief Mentrunn of Anaconda. Chief May was escorted about town and shown points of interest by the local fire-fighters. Fortmer State Boiler Inspector Baxter is in the city. In Colombian Politics. Washington, March as.-The Colomblian legation has been officially advised of the appointment of Luis Carlo Rio, as minister of foreign affair or C;olombia sucre4da4l REPUBLICANS THINK A VICTORY IS IN SIGHT Haltenhoff's Popularity Is Expected to Count Ticket Is Strong. M1 iI lll 11 i I1 IS 11 I ii t II l '. .\na'villn,. M.iarcth _s. \\ ts \\ h1un \Il'.ltrlili l uatil a.'has Irtaniti 11 the Lilt S llittll r iI11 i ti e l.e, ithe ii ll" 1111 e ICi.l tlh.t they lIae e l\rr clhance ii IlL \He lrlhd 1,o carry the rnll ng elh tionll. 'llhi cuti1 IIIII.1e , ill IIt IIIit li II hial at i llihe 4 8Il e" of lOr. S1hg l last il tlih, deciidd to uaale a 1'oml, clean light. i he sltnatiln wa,, .ate Iflly ranvansed, and thpehope prevailed thlat tlhii elect ion woul hlie o dclidedly) rlll uhlic.;ll tlhat the eIt y ,wouuld ioit soionl atain f |el so lonfideln of a viri' r}y. \\ tliam lialtlnh.ll, the nominee of the republicans for mayor, gives promie' of making the finiest run for the poitinli that hia scer yet herenl the loltulle of a can.didlate. Mr. .,lltnhill's populatrity with all lla'.es anll his well kowu husinc- ab1il ity assures for him i dcildedly he-avy re turn. lMr. llaltenholT, the republicans declare, will Idraw froml every element in the city frotl which votes maly he hail. No other man possesses the peculiar strength in the vote-getting line that is accredited to the republican nominee for lmayor. It is the hope of the republicanl. that Mr. llHaltenhoif will carry with hint the enltire ticket. but i1E this regard no fear has lbeen exprtessedI for ('ailidate Ilarper for city Ireasurrer, land the outher nullniltces are well knllownll alld i suchII chuaracter ati tIi insure Lsuccssl for tlheir respective posi. tion, 1, the light. AMUSEMENTS .\naeonla, March .Ii () it- ofI tiie hill intd.blt conitibhutlion to the dlramatic hell III literature this stir: oll i, F. M.uliain I rw Irtl'. "L'Irn.a," which lhasi hen pre. l, rel .l r the "-tagc by Ispy \\illiann , :,nd is said to lie one of the molt pnwer lul and stirrilng rmlai..es that has ever hierclatled flroull the lbrains tot this fatllous ,riter. The tlheme evohlve around the mysIterious andt u vtslti I'lnortla, who is a pries't.SS il the Templle of iolah.h near Delhi, India, anul, wlho beingll edowel willt the iuiysterious iuower lof encitrolligy tilhe l.e iri ,i of hi rsi, is d .e.oye.l Ito elihhmia hy anU Arabian, to thuis flh tIer his oin ii allhiltiouis. The many pris ;ltioNs, sei.a b14nal experienies 1nd rimantic I ven.ts Ilhat iocetr, .uri,.t'7 Dts sojolurt lr ll iIIne ,." tIhe nos( t ldelightfulhv c'nhrtliainiw0 I,11} written in )t>at, :owl Mr'r. Brunle, \'.,u plaly.4 the .min ous "Ilnorml," ie .er h.d a play that lils her persi.iiallty ,r i nilperitlr 4 Alure aplll' l l tills thi ,rat.ti dlnatioln to a rlth(,r de.tilute ..i.a i tar ;:,id plty.. THE STRLLTS OF PARIS. A Fine Electric Railway to Be Con structed. New York attlimlptcled )c:r, ag;, to re lieve her congested street, by hUihliwr; h.r hide.uis ch'vatedi railway. I.ondln has it.r ye:ar s.trunggle.l tilh a d;ark ail li.n. .hitic miiiiergro ndiil, says a wilier in the \rgaulot. uint rt1 American syntI lih :at Ilithree }ears ago itartedl a nicw tllillrgratliifil I-ti l ill I.onilloli, wIlhch ii far 1 nIIperioir t.. thie -hi lne, while I'arios is iteri illy her lhoil \ilii a line electric raiilwa , the \l, nopilitain. •.I hi. M iitr ," a, the l 'arisian, call it. l,,i; Irritied the conibiui . ow nilln a ieii . Al thlligh ai s yet it rulnl only crr. ullr , I'nts I i 'a ompariivelly straight six milhe lie, iit I.-. alradly made a heavy cut lin Ih, ri.bittus revenuei ; wthea it is hislh e.I Ih,: 'It'', .'ccupation will It' s lone. As lh,, S-II a sitriange sie of l'rclt i nature aOliI 'ren. li law, it is curious tio l tillle tlllat Ih 'lu, ic'mliillpinii have brllutilhilt lit or daill .:it, gaitist the M letro. 'Il.- Paris 'luses do not alvay stlip lor ell, rs, ieven whtitc l not full. Sdteion liits lh.y t;llllot l tol l, owing ol t ilhe mass Iof clic'le behind them. It is a pitiablh -iit ti siee a forlorn fetmile, ne artil fuill (if hundles, her skirts gathered lip t ,i Ilthe tiher hand, trotting ithough ilithe iiou after ian orntitu,. If sihe reaches tihe plat ftrl, the condutor hlielps hoist iher up. ItBut li will not help hcr down if hie 'but is tiovingli. Last week a womiialn lbrouglit , -it L ;uliit ile ( G eilrail (illinih us coii.iliaty f.r iltamages i.s a result of injuries in al:Lting from the 'bus while in motiotn. S..l' iaintained that the condiuctr aide.l hI r io alight. 'he condutolr lswore ir didl it i; ihat it was agaiiinst the rules; that ip sngllers might alight while the 'lIris as in tmotion if they chose, but that if a, tinductor Ceven put his hand on a pasl i- i a,-r who was atltempting to alight while the 'bi' was hin miotion, he would lbe dis I hiargeil. Other oniuttillsi cnductor, swore to the sami edect, and the wolmanl failed to get her uldamages. S'Theii carriage comipaies, as well as the inibus companies, arl e biiing aleclted by the competition of the Metropiolitain. T'lii Paris calmen are now quite decenti, and will take their legal fare and a reasonl abil tip without insolence. The exioitioni charioteers, the haughty cabbies of 9oo0 these you no longer find. (onlle are tihis. purse-pirotud Jehus aho, whien i y),it .ffeired theii double fare to take you lihalfl :a course, would reply: Allcz v,ious-In liiurgeuois'" ("Aw, gawan --go chase your scll, old mani I"), call you a "species of llcabbag," ad apply to you other orilluo. brious vcgetlble nanmes. The autos have also added to the means of transportation about Paris streets, I thinik each auto muiitist do the work of at cast four horse vehicles. They are driven very rapidly, and if any fat tlan wants exercise all he need do is to live In Paris, and he will get it dodging autos. However, the authorities are becoming stricter with the auto men. Finding that the rich ones did not care for fines, tie law oflicers have adopted the plan of giv ing fast auto drivers one franc fine iand one day in prison. There is tmuch more effective. A certain Mine. Sarah Grevillhe, who recently ran over a child, received such a sentence. Her friends attempted "You LooK So Nice since you began leaving your orders with Adams Dept. Store for Kaufttmann'a Built to-Order Clothes that I'm proud of you. What a noble look lag man you are, John, when you're dressed up in good fitting clothes." P S. -Ye. try Kautfm.en once and the "Wimmin folks" Will talk like that about wea a11 the ime. "Tailor - Made" "Beverly Garments" are t dflitd to fit you perfectly. They are tailored in the h ent, incoming fashions, just you are ready to wear them. - * "Ready-Made"garments are made so early in the seasoo that the ever occuring changes In style make them unstyllah, unfashionable when you wear them. The well groomed woman will wear Beverly Garments and why not? Popular prices kcep their cost lower than other tailored garments, and seldom higher than fine ready-made garments. We make to fit more than fifty styles from over 300 patterns. Late Fashlon Plate. Falb rics and Patterns for Fall styles In Sults. Clolak an'd Shirts roady for your Inspection at A Bl:VlItI.Y RJtle Adams Dept. Store 221-223 East Park St., Anaconda. that2 tie miguht lie '.paled2 hit" i~t: ,ioni ofthei dayi 'IL pri:201 22 : tey14012 i. 12i'tr Inaflp 22122.4 chiliI ,h2r IIai rein iii 4 r, aidil Iih 211222 22d lier 22 Sit 42 v, r 222222222',. 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Local .................. ..:o p.m in. :1 p.m. No. 5---i., A. & P. Local .... .............. . 4:50 p. m. 5:45 p.m. No. 7 -I., A. & P. I.ocal................... 11:45 p.1m. 1a:4o a.m. EASTBOUND. Leave Anaconda. Arrive Butte. No, 2- B., A. & P. Local................. 8:3o a.1m. g:a5 a.m. No. 4---B., A. & P. L.ocal......*,.,..... .. 1 :-5 al. sa:mo p.m. No. 6-B-., A. & P. Local....... ........... . 3:ao p. in 4:iS p. m. No. 8--H., A. & P. Local.................. 6:35 p.m. 7:3o p.m. To make connection with Northern Pacific railway Westbound trains at Durant leave Anaconda at 1 :ao a. m., 3 :0 p. 1n. and 6:35 p. m. 'To make connection with Northern Pacific railway Eastbound trains at Butte leave Anaconda at i :2o a. m. and 6:3S p. Im. To nmake connection with Oregon Short Line railroad at Silver Bow leave Ana. conda at 3 :ao p.m., Tickets on sale at city ticket ofeics (Great Northern Railway), No. 41 Natd Money Won Is Money Earned A wafo Iplay or a good I.t an aIw'ay Ih maithule by the wire. They're Beating Us Hard I\\ I a:'t yon h II it as well? Turf Exchange Pool Rooms liar and l l.b jom-, in .Conneetion. Maen Street. AneaOda. The Daly Bank and Trust Company of Anaconda Anaoenda, Montana. General banking In all branches. Sell cxrch:anpe on New York, Cli. eago, St. Paul, Oaa::Lha, San Fran. risco, etc., and draw direct on the principal cities of Engllnd, France, Ireland, Germany and the Orieal Jeposits o~ $1.co dan upward re crived. Correspondents Nati nal City bas k, New Yorkl First National baIl'., Chicago; First National bank, St. PaYI; COrnak National bank, Or.ah.:; u'ar' of California. San Francisco. John P.. Toole, President; t. 1. Greenwood, Vice President; LotlS .'. lBennett, Cashier; V. C. Nor beck, Assistant Cashier. wa.A a cal, or dnLi, I,itble to the needs of thv parL'ala~r aimiaiil or bird tory (." pictedl :.,hortly tao Lbcum(,. i)l couri', thIe pa io ii"ses of Iricsonr c:aamne to nothilng, andi i the (tiii lie and a ummil kilhlrced to various parts, the majority w'inglt Io ('alifornia to dig for gold; and the strong'r of the cages, tnlosc erected for thle would lie tiger men and lion wo imei,l were afterward utilized for a brief period as places of coltilrnemiirit for re fractury conaverta. REGISTER TODAY.