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INTER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA BUREAU
S110 West Park Avenue--Telephone No. 69-Advertising Rates Furnished on Application. SHE WANTS CHARTER MISS McLAUGHLIN APPLIES TO THE A. L. U. FOR AUTHORITY TO FORM A UNION. Fili' 1l. In T ill; . IT ff. ' r fl' ' i TAt , A na,n la,. :.\l ril 7 ltmfor had it yes terdaI:y lithat lia Mary M1cl.authlin, one of Atrac,-, l:ttd ' ,hIl-t trat hers, and for itnrl% the t. tlity 1 t),'lint tni ttl'ei t of schools, h:d ia pplihd in iptrs.it to President Daniel McDonahl in Iutte for it teachers' union charter, It wa .ahil yc.t.itlay that Miss *l.,tgh'tin haI ; pl,'iied to the president of Ith lalbr torganizaitiotn with the as suranIc thlit shle hli a nimlber of signa tturte of Amill'C It la tacherse to a request for the ct ale r. ,Miss MeI .aughlin was Inot in ti, city l it ight, and could not hie ('-itn ri.l ).u dint thie tmatter at that tithe. \WitI cae t, Anaclotla fronm Butte that Miss Mchl.aughlin had had an inter viet\ nith I'r. i-lhnt Mcl),,natl, but that after a di tcu,-in at the time it was dtcided by the Ipresidlint to withhold the tealchiti rs union charter. owing to the for nt:.ti.tn ,moe time hack of a union to which a ch:,r.ter had been given. It\-.. tMcl.aughlin's request for a char ter for a teachersti' tunion was a great aurprie t tiho.e In this city, who had t, in at titt hethi in the torganliation of thei ti whte into a untlin soime time ago. li.- .h,, 'ony. county superintendent of ~eha'-l, ' . onl a tive soctialist, and one who thitk, the uniont ideta will he a good v!,i mit. :ta l g t the teacters, knew niotlh in, of t]e " ,'t;ig whicth, it seems likely, mlost havi' ,ct'rr ha:l Miss Mcl.aughlin it:llh .\ uri.,tt I thet vign.:tures to a petition for a tha:ter. IT'h-i.- who were instru ,ti ts t.sot weeks ago in the agitation fltl ta tin, hiers' utiI whn seen 'yester idl; Iol Ltrel tthat they knetw inthing of thet' lrp iti, n to pi t another teachers' l1,1m. I ' tlt .. I!," hool 'systelt. and did not b.ii it that I't ,ilnitt McDonald) would rico tnii un otl t tiatiol ait this time 1,ot th,, u:,,m prt -, ii,,,ly formed, and whih :i- till in ri-tenc' e, nctwiths ,ts llad i li th, , riiit ,II the former school ,m Ittl t., lti eie rl-it,ititi it the untion an.I thn 1, m:,ntl for the resig ;ition of tilt uk Ill it the ti ch ers' uniorn. I'r'i.,, .,t I ),.ll h Ial, I . was seen thi.s m''rlinl and pit, ti< ln d conc, riling the It I,, la iity of .1i., .11el.aughliu hi.ing l i 1: I " 1 1 ill not grant a charter t ', . , i-, ~ M ., t, I., rm t .i tcachtrs' t:.i" u:.: I hive I:tarl fturthter from .e }'u t "' t,:,+ thr, of A. c rl nla who ,< re .c " , -tar t the n . aie. r - " i- rn: n; a t iathers' ," . h" ,'t r w;.;.' .. r ho'rs, z lr . that th.e . " . : : C It!týt A W isS I'N-w' :T.tt. N. !t A . ..W t **e JACOB WEISS IN ST. ANN'S S,*-es as Result of Accident Received ,i, Ccllsin on Air Line. Anacittla. Aptril 7.-Jacob \\'eiss, agedl 7 yei:arS of age, is in St. Ann's hospital, uffteri:-g form injurites reccived in a col liaion it the air liti' yesterday. 'It he accident oc'urre.l at a crossing near the W;\ .h, c. tiltttr, \then the two trains camne t,,iethlr with con.itilrahle force. \ i t, vat the only person injuredl, the otlher, .auing thtettii.(ves by jutllping. loth tellitics were thrown from the track ald a ntumlner of the cars were de rail. Trfllic was blocked for a short time. IllTR MAY BE OTHERS In Various Parts of Montana, But in Ana. conda Ours Is the Only [XCLUSIVELY WHOLESAL[ Liquor House. We're Fully Equipped to Handle the Jobbing as Well as the Family Trade. Fine Imported and Domestic Goods Our Specialty. J. V. COLLINS & CO. Telephone 87M. 119 Main St., Anaconda. Butte, Anaconda & Pacific Ry. Co. Passenger Time Table--March 1, 19o3. WESTBOUoN"D. Leave Butte. Arrive Anaconda. No. I--Il., A. 4 P. Local ..................... o:oo a. in. to:5o a. m. No. 3-B., A. & P. Local ..................... I:ao p.m. a:s p. m. No. S---B., A. & P. Local..................... 4:50 p.m. 5:45 P m. No. 7-iB., A. & P. Local.................... 1 :4 5 pm. :4o a ,m. EASTBOUND. Leave Anaconda. Arrive Butte. No. -1-B., A. & P. Local ................... 8:30 a. m. 9:15 a. m No. 4--B., A. & P. Local .... .............. 1:-5 _:I. :. :ao p.m. No. 6--1., A. & P. Local ..................... 3:ao p. m. 4 :a p.m. No. 8-1.., A. & P. Local................ ..6:35 p.m. 7:30 p. m. To make connection with Northern Pacific railway Westbound trains at Durant leave Anaconda at I1:ao a. m., 3 :o p. m. and 6:35 p. m. To make con::ection with Northern Pacific railway Eastbound trains at Butte leave Anaconda at 3 :.ao a. m. and 6:~s p. m. To make connection with Oregon Short Line railroad at Silver Bow leave Ana. conda at 3 :o p. m. Tickets on sale at city ticket ohice (Great Northern Railway), No. 41 North Maln street, and at passenger station, Butte, Anaconda & Pacific Railway. FIVE MEN WHO WILL CONSTITUTE NEW ANACONDA SCHOOL BOARD Samutwl G. Gosanell. -Photo by IIunter. SPECIAL TO TflK INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, April 7.-Those trustees who will for the next two years snake up the I . . . - Thomas D. Flynn, --I'lto by llunter. board having charge of Anaconda's school nystem are Samuel G. Gosnell, T. I). F:lynnl ANACONDA SCHOOLS MUST CLOSE UNLESS CITIZENS RUSH TO HELP Firancial Assistance .\lust Be Tendered at Once, Or the Educational Institutions of City Will Lapse. .1r::.c'-nd *,prl 7.--W, I .\,nce nda's . ::i .n! ,.- < .e ' n the 17th of the lpresaent n:r t.th or .il e,, e',l and re lat,:e ' ui:e, ncmen of the city conme to the aid of the ,ciolars ated lend financial ai.! in o,rder that the school may con tinue durin- the remainlder of the term? "lhhat ueuctin will have to be dlecided with.in the c ming we ek or so, for at a lmeetinlg of the school trustees, held in the hoard's rooms late Monday afternoon, the matter of finanllces was taken tip anlld a peculiar state of affairs materialized. It has been declared that the school fundl fur the present terim %;L, shlrt aund that ilolney swould have it, cmelll front sOIen financial center or the scheools Imllllst close. Heretofore the I)aly Ilank & Truset company has given aid to the school district at its own risk. but this time tihe policy of the Ibtaking illstituttin is changed somewhat. Mr. t;reenwood, vice president of the banlk. was called into the ssession of the school board yesterday and reqtuested to mtake a loanl to the trustees of about $1.l.ioo. It was stated that the district at the and Gerald Sullivan, the three Iwlly elected members, and Messrs. H. H. Nell and William M. Kelly, members of the old board. The retiring members are F. A. Jones, M. J. Fitzpatrick and D. D. Twohy. Of those elected Samuel G. Gosnell has for a number of years been assistant foe-. man of the composing room of the Stand. ard Publishing company. Mr. Gosnell is well and favorsIly known in union cireles within the city, as well as the stati at large. lie has served as president of the local Typographical union and has been the representative of the union in the set. tlement of many differences in this. and i.'-w - HI. H. Nll. neighoring states. He is a strong advocate of the rights of labor as laid down by the American Labor union. Mr. Gosnell ia a married man and has resided in Anaconda for several years. T. 1). Flynn of the newly elected trus tees is engaged in the manufacture of cigars in Anaconda. lie is another strong advocate of union doctrines. having on more than one occiasioln been prominent in the doings of the unions in this city. Mr. Flynn is well known in business circles within Anaconda. Jerald Sullivan, the third candidate of the union ticket, was a lieutenant inl the volunteer service of the U'nitcd States army. lie did service in the l'hilippites, and while away was promoted from sec present time has just about enough of money to carry the school work on until the close of the present month on the 17th. It will require about $1j.ooo to continue the schools and care for the buildings and grounds during the summer months, as well as to complete the payment on the new high school. This amount the school trustees asked the bank to loan to the district. Mr. Greenwood, representing the bank. said that heretofore the bank had 'ad vanced money to the school district upon its own risk: that it always took chances of some one enjoining a refunding of the money because, under the law, the dis trict cannot legally borrow money. and that the risk has been comnsiderable with out the word or guarantee of the trus tees lprsonally theat they would see the money was refunded. Mr. Greenwood said that the batnk oflicials thought it unwise to continue that cur-.e, and that in the IS NOW ALLEN GOLD MINING PROPERTIES AT FRENCH GULCH HAVE BEEN INCOR PORATED. SI't'IAI. TO Ti'': INTsR MOUL NTAIN. Anacontda, April 7.--IIon1. W. R. Allen has incorporated his n,,w famous miting properties, located at French gulch, into the Allen Gold MIiming company. The property is situated al,,ut ao miles south of Anaconda, and for a number of years has been coming to the front rapidly. Mr. Allen has been developing the ground for a long time. lie has worked the placer claims there to adtlvatage, and these also he puts into the new company. On the ground taken into the new cor poration are Soo feet of shafts, tunnels and drifts, with the ore getting rlcter all the time. Four cars of ore shipped from the property gave most excellent- e turns, and was the incentive which took the other members of the company into the new deal. W. R. Allen is president of the com pany, Fulton R. (;ordn of Washington, I). C., is the vice president; W. H. Ma honey is secretary, anl TI. C. Davidson treasurer. The board of directors are: Messrs. Allen, Gordon and Philip J. Foley of Butte; W. W. McDowell of Butte, and T. C. Davidson. The comnpany proposes to erect a concentrator and mill on the property this fall. Aside from that, it is incorporated to build telephone and tele graph lines and lay out town sites. 'the French gulch district in days gone bY has yielded $5,ooo000,00o In placer mininig. HOTEL ARRIVALS SPECIAL. TO TIIE INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, April 7 -At the Leland hotel are registered G. . Blair Philadelphia; F. C Shankland, San Franl-sco. C, Tylrer Bos ton; J. . I'. Olsen, Frank C.n.ipbll 'r, . d Mrs. JI..lannum, Miss Clara Bradley, hl Isaucs, New York ityI I. 8Scharnlkow, DuI Lodge, Gerald Sullin. ond to nrst lieutenant. He has been a resident of the city during the puast half doen vyears is a married man with a r - Wm. MA. Kelly. family and will, along with the others elected on his ticket, likely show a lively interest in the school work and his duties as school trustee. event of the district wishing to borrow money from the Daly hank for the con tinuance of the school this year' it would be necessary for too citizens, reputable and sound financially, to sign notes for the money. Mr. Greenwood said that in the event of the trustees securing the signatures of these citizens or the giving of other sufficient security, the money would be forthcoming. The school board has invited the newly. elected school trustees to be present at a meeting to be held Saturday to dis. cuss the situation, and see what can be done in the way of securing funds to con tinue the schools. It was reported at the board meeting that the new high school building, which is now complete, will cost a total of $65,ooo, which includes the ground upon which it is situated. The district issued $i8.,uo worth of bonls for the erection ofi the building: $55,000 wittlh of these have been sold, and $3,o0o worth remain to lie disposed of. The school board at the meeting yes terday also canvassed the vote had at the r .cent clection. The result was found to be as heretofore published. ELECT CITY TICKEI SOCIALISTS HAVE. CARRIED THE SMELTER CITY-ESTIMATED PLURALITIES. SPIECIAt. TO TiE INTER MOt'NTAIN. Anaconda, April 7.--Socialists of this I city have elected their ticket with but few axceptiotts by pluralities ranging from I.o to more than 40o0. The result is a surprise to the socialists lthmselves, who did not figure on making sm.h a showing. Among the aldermen the socialists have three, the democrats two and the repub liaitns one. Frinke, for mayor, has a handsome lead over his opponents, getting within 0oo votes as many as both of them put to acther. Following is the ticket as elected: Mayor, Frinke; treasurer, Tobin; police magistrate, McHugh; aldermen, First wa rd-Layton; Second ward, Clinton; Third ward, Fleming; Fourth ward, Ja cobson; Fifth ward, Adler; Sixth ward, Sdchwemd. The total vote polled in the city was SMALL FIGHTS OF YESTERDAY SPECIAL. TO THI INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, April 7.-There were a number of fights in this city yesterday, not due, however, to the election. The election excitement may have increased the feeling a trifle, but as a rule the quar rels arose over matters other than po litical. Two of the men arrested are alleged to have invaded the homes of two women and smashed the furniture, as well as trying to whip the women. Another man entered the front room of a saloon and because he was not served with drinks sent a chair crashing through a huge plate glass mirror. In the fight that followed he was somewhat bruised. Whe COPPER CITY EASTER NECK WEAR This week we are making a special display of ladies' neckwear for Easter, including everything that is new and strictly up to date in white embroidered collar tops, dainty lace and pique stocks, all the new tailor-made effects, auto mobiles, plain and fancy stock knots, etc., etc. All arranged on our bargain counter and marked at bargain prices for this week only. Don't fail to see our new neckwear. OUR KID (]LOVES THE VERY BEST Of course, you will want a pair for The Copper City; black and Easter. We sell only the highest colors .......... .2.00 standard makes of gloves and we The Trefousse; black and guarantee every pair. Our stock is colors........ .......... $200 now complete in all sizes and colors, The Eskay; suede; all in the following popular brands: colors ........... ......$2.00 The Amason, black and he ..ors, at..... ....... $1.25 The Blanca; "mises' ·" colors, atcoors .. ............. The Parisienne, black and all colors mi . $1.25 colors, at................ $150 We carefully fit every pair to the The SaJandeo Mocha; hand, so come early and avoid the all colors ................ $1.75 usual rush before Easter. New Veils for Ladies' Hand Easter kerchiefs We are showing an endless variety of ready-to-wear veils and hat drapes Th'I ISpoelals this season; daintily embroidered and hemstitched chiffon and mousseline de sole effects, in black, white and all LOT t-as dozen hemstitched, em colors; all very moderately priced, broidered and lace trimmed; val from 35e each up ues up to 3oc; to ................ ...... $1.50 Special ...................... 19C LOT a-Purely all linen, dainty lace Ladies Lace edges; hemmed and embroidered; values up to 45c; H ose Special ......................25c Are going to be more popular than ever this season; black allover lace LOT 3-Made of very fine all linen, hose, with dainty colored dots; aw- in new styles; values up to Soc; 35e fully swell; all black lace hose, in each, three cotton lisle and silk; priced the very for .................... $1.00 lowest for this week's selling, as follows: Ladies' fast black lace stripe hose................ 25c Ladies' U p - to- Date Ladies' lace hose, colored dots; three pair ......... $1.00 Belts Ladies' all black lace hose; B$tS three pair ................ 00 New fabric belts, made of moire silk, Ladies' black lisle lace hose; only .................. satin duchesse, peau de soie and taf Ladies' black lisle lace feta, with beautiful front and back hose; only ................ 65c buckles cut the new shape; also the Misses' black lace hose; new girdle effect; so different styles JSc, 35c up to ............. 75C to select from; all on special sale this The above hose are the celebrated week, from 35c each Burlington fast black; none better. up to ...................$3.50 t5e COPPER. CITY PIONEER DAY IS DUE PUPILS OF ANACONDA SCHOOLS ARE TO FITTINGLY OBSERVE COM MEMORATION OF HEROES. SPECIAL TO TILE INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, April 7.-Pupils of the Ana conda schools are already making arrange ments to fittingly observe Pioneer Day, when the early history of this state will be gone over and ceremonies appropriate to the occasion held in various sections of the state. The law authorizing Pioneer Day was passed by the last legislature. It is possible there will be addresses in sev eral of the schools of the state by men identified with the early history of Mon tana. TO PLAN RECEPTION DETAILS FOR ROOSEVELT'S VISIT TO ANACONDA ARE TO BE ARRANGED. S.'P:CIAL TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN, Anaconda, April 7.-At a meeting of the Anaconda Merchants' association which met last night, a committee consisting of R. D. McRae, J. P. Stag, M. Berdovich, F. W. Harrison and John Lawler was ap pointed to confer with the committee of the Lincoln Republican club and the com mittee to be appointed by the city council whose duty it will be to extend an invi ctation to President Roosevelt to visit Anaconda while he is in the state. The Anaconda merchants intend to urge the visit of the president and will do all in their power to get President Roose velt within the borders of the city. The committee will meet tomorrow night to formulate plans. ANACONDA BRIEFS A. D. T. messenger-prompt, reliable. Judge . . . Kennedy, state senator from Deer Lodge county, was in the city yesterday forenoon, sizing tip the political situation. For Sale--Two National cash registers, in first-class condition, for sale cheap. J. V. Col. lins & Co. Miss Anna Marony is visiting In Butte. Laura May Ilanbey, a 7.year-old daughter of Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Itanbey. is a sufferer from ty) hoid fever at the Methodist parsonage. For the best Job printing call at the Inter Mountain office. Prompt and always just what you order. No. ito WVest Park avenue, Ana. conda. The Anaconda Golf club, recently organized, will meet this evening at 8 o'clock in the Daly Bank & Trust company's building. The Golf club invites those who are interested in the sport to be present, whether they are or are not members of the new organization. Carl J. Smith of the Smoky City will address the Anaconda branch of the Theosophical soci. ety at the Christian church tonight, at s o'clock, Election is over. It'll come out all right if you eat three times a day at the Success, East Park, Anaconda. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Powell entertained a number of their friends at their residence, No. 6:4 Cherry street, last night. ~ This sIgnature as on cv 4t cry box of the genuIne Laxative Bromo-Qulnlne Tablets the metedy that cures a cold in one day. Money Won Is Money Earned A safe play or a good bet can always be made by the wire. They're Beating Us Hard Why can't you do it as well? Turf Exchange Pool Rooms Bar and Club Rooms in Connection. Main Street Anaconda. The Daly Bank and Trust Company of Anaconda Anaconda, Montana. Oeneral banking In all branches. Sell exchanges on New York, Chi. eago, St. Paul, Omaha, San Fran. risco, ate., .nd draw direct on the principal cities of England, France, Ireland, Germany and the Orient. Jeposits as $s.oo sac upward re ceived. Correspondents National City baJl, New York; First National ban', Chicago; First National bank, St. Paul; Omaha National bank, On.ahs. ; sr': of California, San Francisco. John R. Toole, President; M. R, Greenwood, Vice President; Louis .'. Bennett, Cashier; F. C. Nor* beck, Assistant Cashier. White Wyandotte and Plymouth Rock Hatching Eggs From the Very Beat Strain In America, For Sale $9.00 For 13 EGOS. JOHN LEEI. Thla.2ntlO o.r s., PR)POSALS FOR IRAM E DORMI t(RY ANI) MESS IUTII.I)IN(;. Depart ment of the Interior, Office of Indian A(h;irs Washington, D, C., April i, tgoj., SIE.E PI'Rlt)SA.\IS indorsed ")'rologals for Frame D)urmitory and Mess lall, Lcmhi School, Idaho," and addressed to the Comtmissioner of Indian Affauir, Washington, 1). C., will be received at the Indiann tffice until a o'clock p. m. of Tuesday, May , I1o93 for furnishing the necessary materials ant labor required to construct and complnete a frame dormitory and mess huildiig, combined at the Lcmhi Sohool, Idaho, in strict accord ance with plans, specifications and instricttins to bidders which may be examined at this office, the offices of the "Improvement Iulut letin Minncapulis, Minn., the "Inter Moun. tain, Butte, Mont.; the Salt Lake Trihtnne," Salt Lake City Utah; the "Morning ()rgo. nian " Portland, Oregon; the "Iltildcrs' nld Traders' Exchanges" at (mahl, Neb., Mil waukee, Wis., and St. Paul, Minn.; the "Noltiawestern Manufacturers' Association," St. Paul, Mlinn., the United States Indian Warehouses at No. a6s South Canal street, Chicago, No. Bs5 Howard street, Omaha, Neb., and Nos. 119-1a Wooster street, New York city, and at the school. For further information apply to Edw. M. Yearian, Superintendent, Laemhi Agency, Idaho. A. C. TONNiRt, Acting Commissioner. Judge W. J. Beat Dead. San Rafael, Cal., April 7.-Judge W. J. Best of the supreme court of New York, died here after a brief illness, He was a veteran of the civil war, and leaves an estate valued at $z,ooo,ooo.