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INTER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA BUREAU
110 \V West Park Avenue Telephone No. 69 Advertising Rates Furnished op Application. TO INIIAJE TWENIY CATHOLIC ORDER OF FORESTERS OF MOUNT HAGGIN COURT IS GROWING RAPIDLY. h lcic~ l' l. 'yi'll c'ITIF. SU I 0l '(h M \ill il1\1%', I SP a l41.1 FO Iprl INER MoIIIIlllCTd. AaliIricda, iApril i.--Oil ]Molllday ight the .;.thnlic I( rte ,r of Fi:rciatra aif llont Hll atnaeiti i .irt. Nu. 6 -a, t will initiate intol its rd er tliolt I we nt nll lWil l l ti hetr. FulhIIt, t thlle r.ei ulair n tar inll i lthere will Ihe a etii;al tatiiia llour l ahe metalnherr in A, I). II. h;.ll. T he F.re t ri ii (ia-a Ifi- .ic iiti l at 11. of 1.l q( 1lI'1Il(,I t ;I (rll~lll;llli C~ lll. '111 Ih Il)'. tha litrang i t ('rll nIyl( t iit. in (lith e city. 'The imtimiil.ec.hia rlli are filling ralpidly and iil coi i i lice the palalaarity anad praitilaecitTe if Ili ordcr Iha' day by day iaarret,;il. I o. t. tow iiatamjpioii lag the ia tln ler. :ia - i the very btat ( atholics wittinh te citi. Thlere ii iifer a lull ina tlie work it thie lr.eiati m ai t aintay litte, fo r (hi i l . h iiit n I tie Iiii lritr tf tallt tl ber hii i ; re hi e l y L -ati a lt h-ni a kc to all t rll orttlll irle fll r tIhe i ilfare of their orlar, t w IIll ,as r tlhe ll.iaeurt of tlih ACCOMPANY REMAINS RELATIVES OF LATE JUDGE FITZ GERALD TAKE THE CORPSE TO ST. PAUL, MINN. FI ) %11 1ll IIII, J l tl l l 1 .14.1 )In '.li~i-ndi H .l~iil; I,+--..i . (l l +.l i#.L4 1 ih .. ' I in t ;ii it lpr i ItatM i' \.h ii i .ta et I). I it/gzerlail a il iaer lIatghter, .1ar -a.atd . thli a ianintia l tlt laihe r waiy lEaa t with the ratilaitit it Itih e l'itrgtrahl. M i-ai t Ilhiiiiia ,,t 'ilt ill a:i. fiar it St. P'iial, Slacr .hili \hIle i" haliiia,. Iowan , ataid alts. lal iiii. lr tLtllr r n ail -11- tar rl.ipei t ht ly oil alit. I h ita .ir ,ll I, 1 ill ti ti the -,arty. CAR OF BRASS BEDSTEADS Received by Local Firm. rt I'Ina , I%1 "rIl) III,; ~ L' 1·t'R L)fl.' l cll.,~ AIc o a itii . , Apil ,.i .A air of lira.tl ha .'il)" ('in unill. 'rl'~ I ',.llllllii)' fl LIrL? th I(. \\llll citt hiteri i. l. jl ro l'ti" f llfr , it l Mirlt ;.l le i' lllcr ll ,t hcl~l, llti c ~ ;. lr. , c·I nt. - I'rr t.I il Ihilts th It'+r th iiII kialiaal l ly ni.Lttr. HOTEL ARRIVALS A.ttc, a. ,( e 1 ( i a I ii a iter l 1 ' i tie. i i.auinl .r, : h i io !. ah i. I ,baelll,: I.. %\ F , ! el . I L, , ,., ; ! , ,. I, h. !. \\ . \\ n ' lI~itlt ,, & . (0 I:. t 0 ~ li lar. I . I -. .l h .u lull- I . a ti le ilt i, Ii , l . i - (i .i l uI ,ltal·l l, ii I it lit ilae n l'. I " ai l it. n hri liiI, I t'e "i o .\ t-i ny i t h M ii ol4 .b a'. . cIrl, r iile il,, . iiri . r, .ll I ath.rI, il it a a. I tiJ ton. i ita.,lu - ah ll. i t i rt tl e thei Naiii to a ilr "ci a b talii utta L a- . Jii b It l Foi he li tt hil a iiut.i t. " ' II lit t'h ia jil uatata n ufu e. n.ti auti lv hian iin tt lin jthet a or er. u N o. at ' .i n a t l- itrate As1 itt. ta m e i . at ld ,ihI. I ( i .lt i , bi ,t h ,i b no l Pllr Cill:ln na., , liNai it I Iiave ch f.,r reV rri tzg ir ,il iliarr nl tltu tn iiti lc ba mriui t t., hceim in Sir t lih liiiin l l-tr a li. aiTh e reca trah-t i theo Bia ai, ,'tutli lr a thini hf r t ue it i ibapii itit ti I l,,tli-,r ti t ia. ectcrhaicI wlt h t ni l u t a ltipt- b t the" ultii Four the bey j,,b p~linllnlg c'll .t the lInirl Mlounltain .fthle, i'r-inpt and -'lw:i). putt whlat lyl oidurs Ma .au t l l t t a rit k lt iia. , itili na t. ulaiy terat i o tnonda, ]ah c aI irc d .at lf iihiih. e r ttn ietlor y Atlrwa WtntaIreit -ingtl liiti. tlIiti ;lll'iii it lt ainaki..ll it el '0ailin wi.li e wh ss 'i'he |lil!Yrr . 3 cer 'llilr , fi" Itw e T,r A . If You Were Worth a Million You couldn't get better goods at a better price than we are able to sell you. For table trade we are especially equipped. LOOK AT OUR LINE AND SEE Anaconda agent for Old Taylor, Yel- I'm nury, lMonopole, Mumms awl lowstone, W\. 11, \ Mciray) r, :4d Mlt and ha:mrlon C(ahamlpagn(.. Quaker, Select Maryland Rye, Ilunter McMullen \ hits Lahel Ale an I and all other High Grade \\'hiskiest, Stolt. Ushers Dewars, Coloraine Scotch i lanha, Apolinaris, .\enta. Red and Cushla and Blrk's Irish Whiskics. Ravenk, tathorne anI Ilim.adi Water. Gooderham & V Worts, Canadian iRc, Iresta Blanca and Imported \\ins. Iliradm W\alker's Canadian Chlulb. (lassware, imported and DOmstic Cruse and :ils, Frrers Clarets and Carbonated le\erages, Sula \ater, Sauter cs, I miorted. Etc. J. V. COLLINS & CO. Telephone 87M. 119 Main St., Anaconda. Butte, Anaconda & Pacific Ry. Co. Passenger Time Table--March I, 1903. WESTI3OUND. l.reave Butte. Arrive Anaconda. No. i-B., A. & P. Local ..................... o:oo a. mn. o:5 a. in. No. 3-B., A. & P. Local ..................... :zo p. n. S:1S P.m. No. 5-B., A. & P. Local.................... 4 :5o p.m. s:4o P.m. No. 7--B., A. & P. Local ................... 1i:45 p.Wm. ra:4o a.m.n EASTBOUND. Leave Anaconda. Arrive Butte. No. a--B., A. & P. I.ocal .................... 8:3o a. im. 9:as a. in. 14o. 4-B., A. & P. Local .................... :5 r.. m. Ii :o p. m. No. 6-B., A. & P. Local..................... 3 :ao p. m, 4:15 p.m. No. 8-B., A. & P, Local.................. 6:35 p.m. 7:30o p.m. To make connection with Northern Pacific railway Westbound trains at Durant have Anaconda at it :ao a. inm., 3:ao p,.m. and 6:j3s p. m. To make con::ection with Northern Pacific railway Eastbound trains at Butte leave Anaconda at is :.o a. m. and 6:35 p. m. To make connection with Oregon Short Line railroad at Silver Do%:v leave Ara. ncnds at 3 :o p. m. lickets on sale at city ticket oi,ice (Great Northern Railway), No. 41' Norti Baia street, and at passenger station, Butte, Anaconda 6 Pacific bailuay. NEW PARISH HOME IS A MODE OF COMFORT ýI t ý II. 111 1111: 0, 11.14 14ta1'S1AI 4 A~ti, ctI, A11 iil to. -St. Paul parish, now ho· for the homie of its priests a Si. PaIws .Nre.V rtuirh House, -:clhers Rez. Father Coouaa asd his assislautl, Revw. Fathier Hlarry, :ill reside.-Photo by Hunter. muot comfortable and elegantly furnished houe. The new parish-ho:me has only re cenltly enI compIleted. 'The photograph of the huilding with Rev. Fathler Conpman siulIding in the foregrotunl i the first to lie pro ducIi I. , i s|ho how the new parish hoe. ap-ras, now that it is com plrted. 'The hlome of the St. Pau;l parish here tofore src not a In ifortable , tor a plteasing atlair in appeat an."e, to be sure. 'The %strsctur hal Itall in use for a long timle, m I ha, outli,.,I it' day and in 'ute ARE WELL AJTENDED CATHOLIC LENTEN SERVICES DRAW LARGE CONGREGATIONS-PRO GRAM FOR TODAY. l I'II lI It IIII I IN i I "1 \ ! . ,;t, . \ i , I I." . rn1 . 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Ihnt 1.1 jurynum n wecr . l ,h. it., ,t ,f the paI el that t111 pear, in i the' diltrict court y).trdaiy, ()ltd r, for :tnl.ther venire hIta c hlrtn i. eatl. , tlr II i. )believal that enough 11in 1'o·urt lit ill ope n Mont11dayv anil will con linure dhti, the wevek. .Many import.ntt cases are to lie helrd. quence Rev. Father Coopman and hin'a1 aistant, Rev. Father Harry, found it quite impossible to be comfortable in it. By good work on the put of the women of the parish, money sufficient to erect the present home was secured. The interior of the house is a model of neatness, convenience and taste. The dec orations and fixings are all that could be " desiredl, while the general construction of the building gives ample room for the two priests and thle entertainment and ac coimmodation of any visiting priest. All is arranged for simplentess and at the same time case, :ull henceforth IRev. ia:;ther ('o4.«Ii;inian may Ieh aIle to secure that rest aind comfort to which he has so long - hets entitled. BRESNAHAN ISH FINED GETS $10 AND COSTS FOR HIS AL LEGED ASSAULT UPON F. STRICKFADEN. 1-', c . It 1111: \'I IS 111 M '% tIAIN.. \Aac.dula,. April so.-Whlitu the assault caste againsit IPatrick Ilresn.aha;l. arrested ,it cmplai nt of Frank StrickfIden, was talhd in police court yesterday it was de man ,,tratetd thatt i the trouhle had arisen ,over a light by the c'hihlren of the two I: Cla. .1 Sei'va;l witllne'.sses ere heard, after which the case was continued until today, when the remaniiing witnts'-es were heard. Itelsnahan also haILd beeni arrested on a charge (if using tulhtcoilli mug la:Itguage to StrickfadlIn, but oI tlhis charge he was This aftlrution ilrc.nahan was fined $Io andll . ,I ,ts. A. 0. H. BRINHS SUIT LITIGATION VERSUS C. W. SPARROW ET AL BEING TRIED BEFORE JUDGE NAPTON. I'I t I\. T" 'i l I N r.:s MOUNTAIN. Anantonl h .\pril u.-An intteresting case on trial before Judge Naplton of the district court today is that of the A. O. 11. against C. W. Sparrow et al.. as bondst itien for a conltraclor who did some work for the order The charge is made that the cointractor did not do his work in a Iproper manner and the order doeided to bring suit against the bondsmen. An im portailt point of law is involved int the case, which is closely followed. ANNUAL C, A, R, MEET EXTENSIVE PREPARATIONS FOR EN CAMPMENT OF MONTANA VETERANS HERE. SE'C:t [AI 'l To 'It IN I'E R O1 NNTAIN. Anaconda, April to.--Extensive preparations are bing made for the annual enlcampment of tile Monltaa (;. A. IR. in this city, April r6 to IS. I(educed rates have been made by the rail. roads for the eCvent, and a large attendance if already assiured. ''The three days' session will1 be an entertaining one, and a pleasing pro. grain is being arranged. VWhile the full program has not yet been artanged it is known that there will be a num her itf social eventi, in which tlhe members of the \,t men's Relief corps will take part. HAS A NEW UTENSIL ANACONDA DENTIST HOPES TO REAP A FORTUNE OUT OF HIS INVENTION. SIIECIAL TO TIIE INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda April lo.-Dr. Rinehart, a dentist of this city, has invented a rubber dam-holder, which promises to make a fortune for him 'lThe appliance is said to be much simpler and more convenient than the old dam, and can be applied to the head of a child or of a grown person with equal ease, The doctor has applied for patents In nearly every country in the world, with every chance tof sucesas. WEATHER PREDICTION SAID EASTER SUNDAY WILL BE I BRIGHT, CHEERFUL AND DRY, AS WELL. .'iniconda, April to.-Weather forecasts , Hite snow today. T'hat we already laue. The predictions for Saturday are fr armer weather and clear skies. If th ports are true, there seems some likeli ood of Easter Sunday bwing a bright, cheerful and a dry one, in which cicot the residents will probably do their hluty in a religious way and dress in their best for services. If this Easter -unday proves to be a bright one, free from storm, it will be the first of its klnd for many seasons, CRIME ATBISONTOWN HOW A DARK DEED WAS ALMOST UNRAVELED BY THE TRUE MIN IONS OF THE LAW. [New York Evening Sun.) A tall, well-upholstered figure leaped htly tip the slippery steps leading to t c Ilisontown Detective bureau. Ilis 1.lrest creditor would not have recog 'olw.d, behind those fierce vermillion mistaches, Slumbering Sati, the petarl of l. police. Ilursting open a door. he stood sud h mly before a tall, hltmpy-fe;atured in. 'hiimdual intrenched behind a desk. It was nl,.er other thatn the boss sleuth of Bison iian--known best, perhaps. by the terri fying sobriquet of g;elatinous G;erald Sh", slid a copy of "Sherlock Ilolmes" iunller the blotter and sprang to his feet. 'liss ." cried Sltumbering Sam thickly tirulgh ant inmposing impedimelnt of long t l)--"lHoss, somleone has been and gone and puI ,tlled off a crime!" .'t these pregnant words Gelatinous tcrald sat down on his revolver, which we.lt off with a suppressed concussion. I'.er'lpirstion headed his brnw and shloke .ored from his collar. "Tell me all," Ihe gurgled grimly. .\t o o'clock in the evening two weeks a.o, today." began Slunmbering Sam suc cinttly. "t'hauntcey lleinrich Neidlehum ni r, the multi-millionaire coal dealer, core a( stag dtiner at his palatial home. IIn the course of the evening a catastrophe occutrrcld. Six of the guests were shot, anld one of them subsequently paiscd "No!" cried Gelatinous Gerald, clutch ,iin at his throat. "l|iw did you learn this " "Sir." said the Pearl of the Police imodestly. casting down his eyes, "I coulhln't help myself. It is commnon ".,m ht'nabout town by this time.". A"A' look of intense resolution chased .tcross the features of the Boss sleuth. "We, must probe thlis matter to the bot orn !" he cried. "\\'e must unravel it 'before the clues are gone. have yQo a cluie with you?" "Yes!" cried slumbering Samt triumph ;itly. "On the fatal night in question a farmer from Pickwick Corners drove init town and purchased a murderous looking carving knife on Main street." "But." objected the other, "I thought y"tu said these persons were shot?" Shillimering Sam was undaunted by his .ult.erior's words. "'ls," s;aid he, "is it not the most nat :ral thing that a man intent on shooting ;ian~nlle should pretend that he was going to, ue a carving knife? We have to deal \i th a clever man, you see." ')olt that I ant," cried the Boss, slap Ipng his forehead, "not to have realized it. And what else did you learn, Slumber ing San ." "TIhat Percy Periwag, the town tease, is on the milk route of this suspicious farmer frmit Pickwick Corners, and that Percy l'eriw:tg has been recently kicked out of Mlillionaire Neidlehummer's house for sav ing gas bills in the parlor with Miss N.idlihuimner. The motive, Boss, is re vcn,l','" Isut the Boss Sleuth's objections were in defatigable. "I did not know," lie said, mastering his liem.tc nt, "that Millionaire Neidlehum nu r was one of the victinis."' "lie was not," cried Slumbering Sam triumphantly, "and that finally goes to Iproe the bad aim of the criminal." ':elatinous Gerald sprang to his feet. "\e have them in our hands," lie ex claimed in thrilling tones. "Communicate with the press, over my name, Slumbering Sam, and say that there will be an arrest inl .o minutes. When the reporters call we must have a theory implicating some onc we do not suspect to tell to each of them. Meanwhile I shall set the machin ev y of justice in motion at once." I ,alf an hour later a suspicious looking pair were dragged manacled into the office of the Boss Sleuth. They were Hiram l:allcider and wife of Pickwick Corners. "lliram Hardciderl" suddenly shouted (Celatinous Gerald without preamble, "have yell a carving knife on your farm?" "l-think-so," said the male prisoner, wil a jump that made his handcuffs rat. 'H I ha!" cried the Boss Sleuth trl umiphantly. "He confesses I Take the prisoners to the cooler and strip them ald turn their clothes inside out and put tluem on again backside foremost and give thlm the third degree in the steam room. And then we'll see." "lht," faltered Chicken-l.ivered Charlie, the Considerate Cop, "If we should have lule a mistake" "' Itt tut I" cried the Boss Sleuth scorn fully. "we can always apologize." 'lhe prisoners were dragged out. Inmmediately Gelatinous Gerald sum moned his trusty aid, Slumbering Sammy, the pearl of the police. The latter-faith ful fellow-had been stitting In a nearby cafe diligently smoking a cigar war weed and hunting through Gaboriau for some thing more to astonish his superior with. As the message came from the Boss Sleuth hq found it, ' Sam," cried Gelatinous Gerald, as the clever fellow re-entered the officee, "we must get the carving knife and a plan of the milk route that leads to Percy Perl wag's door, step by step, like the speed way of Nemesis I" But Slumbering Sam cried: "Hold l I have another clew I" Gelatinous Gerald seized the table. "Is it possible?" he cried, " o~ts," said Slumbecrlna Sam, "we have 5he COPPER CITY LACE CURTAINS FOR Spring House Cleaning NEW NOTTINGHAMS RUFFLED MUSLINS English Cable Net Irish Point and Brussels Net At Special Low Prices for This Week XOTTINGIIAM CURTAINS, a'2 IRISH POINT CURTAINS, 3!' yards long, button-hole edge, hcavy yards long. net center, So inches wide, quality net. The applique border. pair for .....................C The pair... ...........$6.75 Rl'FFILI.E'D LUSI.N. CURTAINS, (;.ERMAN IIRUSSELS CURTAINS, fresh and new, 3 yards long, 40 inches So inches wide, 3% yards long, all pure wide; good full ruffle. bhite, very fine net; all The pair ...............$1.45 new designs. The pair.....$4.75 E:N(;LISII CAII.E NF.T Cu'lt. C(URTAIN MUSLIN. Soo yards of TAINS. j. yards long, So inches wide, curtain muslin, 36 inches wide; good plain center and dainty value for border; very good style... $4.50 the price ................... 10 IMPORTED BRUSSELS NET NOTTINGIIAM CURTAI.S.) yarul CURTAINS. 5a inches wide, 3.$ yards long, good width, beautiful platterns, long, hand-cmade edge. ya heavy net. SC hn-aeedeM The pair ..................5c The pair............. $10.00 CURTAIN MUSLIN, 6ao yards RUFFLED MUSI.IN CURTAINS, Curtain Swiss, 38 inches wide, special 45 inches wide, 3 yards long, good qual. fine quality, dotted or striped, six ity, swiss, wide ruffle, patterns to select The pair............... ... $1.75 from. Yard................. 15c St'OTCl NET--Jut the thing for front doors or inside curtains. RKI:FFI.ED NET'S--VWhite and ecru tints; all our own importations, 2oc to 85c per yard COPPER CITY COMMERCIAL CO. ANACONDA forgotten something. We have not got a good-looking woman in this case, and as I have observed from all successful detec tive fiction, "What is a case without a good-looking woman?' Churchy Is fern I" "In other words?" asked the Boss Sleuth suspiciously. "Fl:ind any good-looking woman who knows the intended victim l" shouted Sam with elation. "Who," asked Gelatinous Gerald, "is the best-looking woman that Millionaire Neldlehummer knew? Can you ansswer that, any faithful fellow ?" "I can." answered the Pearl of the Po. lice. "Mrs. Veriwell, the mother of ,' family and just the person that no one would suspect." "Superbl" cried his superior. "Let Mrs. Veriwell's house be surrounded and hide a dozen fly coppers in the cellar and china closets. Make a bulletin of every thing she says, eats, does and what she probably thinks, and give it to the newspa pers. If it leads her to commit suicide our case is proved I" "But if it does not?" asked Slumbering Sam. "If it does not," replied Gelatinous Ger ald, "we can apologize for what we have done to her reputation." It was almost night when a suddlcn uproar resounded through the corridor outside of the Boss Sleuth's office. The door burst open and half a dozen large men in expensive clothes tried to get into the room at once. Once in it was the work of a moment for them to vault the desk and gather over Gelatinous Gerald's supine shape. "Are you the Boss Sleuth ?" they asked In one voice. Brave man that he was when caught with the goods, he admitted what any one could see. "I am," he said, making a face at the smallest of his visitors, "and who are you?" "We are the victims of an outrage!" they cried, "and, because of you, even our wives will not speak to us. \V'hen you spread that report that we were shot dead they were willing to collect insur ance; now that they fine we were merely shot at a stag dinner, they are more than willing to collect alimony." "Have I ruined' any more reputations?" asked Gelatinous Gerald faintly; "for if I have, now, as always, I apologize." At this moment Slumbering Sam burst into the room. "Boss," he cried, "we have fastened the crime on Mrs. Veriwell. When she found a fly cop under her bed, she began throw ing hysterics and showed every evidence of fright. No one could ask for better proof." Then, for the first time, Slumbering Sam saw his superior's guests. "Who are these?" he cried, "These,". said the six, "are the unfortu nate victims of the stag dinner." "And the man who passed away, too?" wailed Slumbering Sam, starting back, still incredulous. "It was I," said the smallest guest, blushing painfully. "My only excuse is that I am not used to switching from chain' to red-eye." "Then there was no crime?" gasped Gelatinous Gerald. "Is it possible, gen tlemen, that you have the effrontery to tell me that I must give up my clues, my prisoners, my theories and all? This has already cost the department no little talent and money." "Ard reputations?" added the samllest guest., 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. General banking in all branches. Sell exchanges on New York, Chi. cago, St. Paul, Omaha, San Fran. cisco, etc., and draw direct on the principal cities of England, France, Ireland, Germany and the Orient. 'Deposits od $s.oo ac upward re ceived. Correspondents National City bas.k, New Yorks First National benk. Chicago; First National bank, St. Paul; Omaha National bank, Or.iah.; :'sur': of California, San Francisco. John R. Tools, Presidentsl l. 3. Greenwood, Vice President; Louis •,'. Bennett, Cashier; F. C. Nor. beck, Assistant Cashier. You're Right at Home In the I.eading Restaurant in Ana conda, because our Treatment is most Courteous and our table the Finest. If you want good food, prepared to suit your taste, call at The Success East Park St. Anaconda. White Wyeandotte and Plymouth Rock Hatching Eggs From the Very Best Stralan In Amerlc For Sale $9.00 For 13 EGOS. JOHN EESl, Th *.nl jose. "When we are forced to knock holes in reputations," said Gelatinous Gerald, with some hauteur, "we always apologize. We may consider the matter settled, gen tlemen, and I wish you good day," The delegation filed out, and Slumber. ing Sam, too, faded away. "Too bad," said the Boss Sleuth, sink. ing ihto a chair, and reaching once more for "Sherlock Holmes"-"too bad. Some contretemps of fate will spoil the nicest theories and ruin the best work."