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INTER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA BUREAU
110 West Park Avenue-Telephone No. 69-Advertising Rates Furnished on Application. ANACONDA SCHOOLS STILL REMAIN OPEN, NEW PLAN IS TRIED Parents of Pupils Are Asked If They Will Contribute. ýL'lI ll 10 1111 INfl N \f('lr'i il-. tih ir tll.tint!ll li lancl i to I t rIIl e lralll. Ill aHc r,,d'll't ite t hll t I," II"-'- .f l ith It'chn I lhO;iard, thit' tercht I ;,. l .i1 ,11i ,I il th ir l vi t ri u, tl, n,,,t, I I 'I. :ll ,lll i ./ i. a -l t,, ;aciti t'lpupil gave a .l, ii I',ll, r ,nil ,.. h h iS t. t ,' o.t tIn, "lli,, 1,, , i,,, \ tt ill lic tchl,. thiri rg the ,- i at t alulth:, h1i ,ialut tin l l l a I .u m.Ii t, l t, t taI .panr .tlit , , ,f t th , a t\ti u, l t , ,d rhia :n111 ill thi i tn:una r it ,t ill -l it h < iaa t hr i ar thil .. i: l l l ii ' -aIt lilt. l r ri( nta : Plans Fall Through. 'Ii h i' thi, i r rro l.tu,it i ,in It r, p thl a ithol Iplini; have tllllen thrlll.tih Iln" Iby One. 'if l l .nlily fl a'i artr li;,i d-,', tlta d to rillt- t the taiti- ill ;alvan e Ill .it , tanl It' r,-.irdih ..ii4 ii i , h a 'itor-. At a tin'letig of the ia;,d Sa..'tralay niguht r'tident elect b-nn.l G. usncll of thit i-tard dct'idhdi to Ilmlit thet miitlhri ili : le ,ii ,.t a .s tih'i a ,illy o eel o InIo w t r t i n - ing t it Ia might pirve aa:ltifau tidiy aind " i.u Ith -IIn' he 'rxpitlctii tit hea:r fruit. Slit. b l ,li dot.dctl t, filhitw tha;t paini an rd Ii it ,lani-tn ntt.t it %aa';! thitght bett to ra openi tiht sihiol tit, i iiii g. It Iilluto gh a h cail ib a l al'd' i ill thi. tIl all (or to lit!rr'taai t it Ia igt, tal s.. c.riltioit fund will Ile .tartted tiday . Samuel Gosnell President. At thei Sattrdlay niaught .ta ting Saituatl (;. (o iinell ta, clecta ,l tau 'i- tt a1 (' tap tain \'tilliam iKellty twIi , ;,.t4ili Ilhaii n i v'a . prcaidentt. -,ar tilk of the I iaid tp plicatlions wi re r re''eivtd frtm .innes II. (Cochran, ()stwal Ial t. htien andtl V. S. (' aster. Mr. L'othran way elected by a -.o!ti of . ta 4. 'retidalnt G .-I .ttuiatl aJp ji, trI l tit. fatll w ittg ci iil l ,',t : 'atahtrr ;ll and (iov'ernmtit at Schol Stilliva;i Nell n ai a Flynn. RINGING WORDS OF CHEER FOR THE PATRIOTS Devlin Tells How Ireland May Regain the Liberties She Has Lost. APPEAL TO ARMS IS NO LONGER THE WAY Overwhelmiig Forces to be Lrcountcred Make Force Fruitless---Let the Pen and the Tongue, With the Ballot, Achieve a Victory --- Hlprccnn ative Men Great Parliamentarians - No Doubt of a Local League. !F I I, i ()t In t 111 11it 11It N',H, \ IAIN. Aniac., n'a. A r i. "It uit l he i n: tional suicide toll ri l in t iltr s ll a -:n ;l in't tuch snpl irioiir frces t:ld u r te I pit .ut conditi,1 .1" So said tle silver-tnii, ,l I)evin,. rising to the climax of a ind,rltrfil adidr upon Irelandi's wrongi. And with himt, d. spite the ditscouralging tenor (.f his litne, r,,se the hearts of his tin litors at th .N M-lr:iret theater la-t niihti. whwrt thei ii "i p. triot and parliiamentai la in aldir's I t a great gathering of toins of the hl at d. The applal to arms, thiniks lth li), is past; a hItter wily Oltnts ni. Irtlanid may gain. by a brisk campaign ini tili city ui( the Thames, the lit,,rtiet' ,h' Ist ,In in:,iy a hardfoui ht fill . The olil- ai.re 1T . rnt to take up the swoard; DL.vhanl 1.,illg the pen. its.e mtore h powerful wt'..pi, i;.ii let politics win what the mttusket i t. Gathering of Truehearted. The meeting was nut of Othe mii- t .n thusiastic in the history of the Ii i.h ct;,: se in this city :nit the organii,:.t n ofi a branch of tIh. I't ited Iris), I a ld Ie.,gne caIn hardly fail to result. 'ol. li: O'Leary pr, rild ,. ') n c'all ing the a.n tiblage to order, he Itru duc(,l John .Mauire, the veteran thtratrial n.an ager of llutt(, who rt iittl 'ltII Jii. Soldier's A hir to i' lumtlbl" in a -1 toer to brin liars in thilt I . at . 1-. ti II. Collins g51 in " tlnth en \ oiiuC C n, in a c oldear, \ t vsie , aod tril e'itn the ct ;ir Iheat11 i 15',h1 tlt ii. " .i fri i r ,,ilclij:u threat Mr. au ti.lit ti ut LIn y it , l, t n tl l lll to catcl i- ni.;ht tlrain Ir a t, ;,iL hii dutiij in p:tli:,n t calltd hit m blck to 1 il,; at o"tce. You could have heard a pr,in lrt i in the theater whin tht. omaln fru l t.,i l rin Ite ga-n his mtieonut speech int chtalretiri-tic, modest a ly, Not on te wo'd tl:t L.' said will be forgottcn by his anliltrs a l whenl he had finished in appeal at one tirf,: f.rceful and earlast, yt wi'hout ither spread- aulti~m or e nti:.et, his closing words, for all to stauIo t,,ethagr aid win this, the m ost vital ti;ht in the history of tie old J d, he was greuted, not wit ring-' ing cheers, with no will utalens tratie., no effervescent protestation but with that deep, concentrated, silent approtal which ever means most in the heart of the pa trio t t. Representative Men. Representative Irishmen of both EButte and e naonda were upon the stage and in the audience. From the great camp came D. J, Hennessy, r. R. Kilroy, J. D. Ryan, srin Maguire and Peter Reagan. CT'hese, Kelly, J. V. Collins, Huo h Daly, Father Berry William Ahern, Patrick McGee, oseph E. McDonnell, Thomas Doyle, James White, Judge Hayes, Captain Green. an, Jojn McManus and Robert McGowan at eow-t. stage, which was handsomely Sfor the occasion. aran latlon of a biranch of the league Were, and while-no 'defnnite steps have been en toward this movement, it is thought hitsi journy ishall not have been Textlbookr nail (.utae of Stuly--llynn, NeiIl andl Kelly. Schol.l, Appalaratas, luilding s and (irmuls- Kelly. Sullivan aandlIlynn. I inancle-- Nell, Kelly and Sullivan. Slallppli .v---Sulli , an, Flynn and Kelly. Janies (' cllhrant, who wal elected clerk a, the lanardl, is at pllrrestt lcashier anal lokkl. Tlper . thlte pl. t llla glass lirah tof IMr. ( ca:llhran is well known in Aan icalR, a. llt alaul aita.lia ; e.s are hlis frieitsla in e nry w.lie of the word, for lis dilpo .ti'n is aeaiil alil lhi mannea r 'winnia a., \1r. ih 1a1.m1 wai an appliicant for the pI-. Sli-i l ihi I k of tlil 11as l ,i ait stris'1' I at1iI within the liat few days. II is frla li ,,,,Ii i him to ati e "1 t the ll.ica if it w aa1 , , lhred,l a,,,I in t n. - 1ial le hi %1 lera i a i, a aaarred aaaima t . 11", n v , w:1. III ,ianmnum tlen t that ht w aa accept the place. \lr a rbran i, a hlna worker sail an !I.1.i"S ,. (" ( "IRA '.. (?a k of lAaacsubnd. SIshool If rar. expert at counta.tIt. lie will likely make a fir(st cla.s clei k of the hurlt aind waill tnlluel i tionally give rfct s:atlisfactlio., lnrinsa Ini. t.erm, uf c ei,.. M'KENLIE IS HONORED BY LOCAL ELKS Past lExalld Ruler Gets a P'resent From Wlerm bers of Lodge. . . 1 1lI I a I i V . oI . l II'.I It .\ ll it . \.1n 111 t. , 1,nl. ·f l'Iks 11:111 p, ,,i l ,h I tis ll n I 1h ll. I. J. +\I, I..n,,tt 1.;i-t , t, ill i ~ t t nt l,.r, a't til .r l;t i, tt. l Ih L .ott ., Io' t ith.eri they h ; Ilapptn t, r, ln, 1.I IC,.t th l ir. . l. l , lilt' r· l hi ,t ,o i I I , rul, tiie t-the Hi 1nl- iil ,f ..I 1.t11 ,tr 1 .t h Itr httyi.l tt, u tt : t it : ' i' d y te tol ber V.Itt ti. \\h , tl .- it,'1 of 1,,l.I t , plir l. . a nll -, .ic' i ti t ll it .1 I "i t "i tt ll atii tle hi rtlt Count with diniies otl er Adjourin the lutr Taki. ng Action I I. (. on Pro,od High lprocu: ,l ;I l i t s pre, ntedl in l )r. .1c K. n ic alt th. t ' ub l , t ',i (t ' i lt. I lr.. McKlenzie was iliti to the club lIo e' for a.ppI r bIy voI t llls ili t eIlcllbers of that orgatizrtio'n. 1i, littile exl p ct II to rI. cI. te such al i liini . as lii ;Ai t ac s rd ltd hi ti. for it hadl ti l l'' l ..'! .t·~ r ·. II Ill 1 Ihi. hll1 e1 IrJll'lLcv ih Ic.h l i arrani l ii t ll lit ite II ie n e. ers 1. I. ntll,.i '1uhln. in it ll aiiItt li timely l,, lc h. pl' il itl to the past eItin xalted iulcr the charil. l'r. l 'it lie rit pl itinld in a fet w well told o ttie,. which wexres thed dn in all il ti.,t n l i IIr il i At t r h e la brethrt n. ROAD SUPiRVISORS FOR THREE DISTRICTS NAMED County Cotl-misstionrersl Adjourn Without Taking Action on Proposed High way to Bg Hole. l 'l 111 III' 1li H i ll \ 1\ . 'Il ottllitt ele til l boit are d Co i tll of ,R.ty 1 lithit " a1 :,t11. 1 CXl i liUntontl y st tl et i o~er, rsllk Norell ck and Wii. B. W lb,. A defin ite date has not ii ten sl t for the lt 'occ "' sion, but it Is tiul It wnll bar ivll ding the caming Inooth Tha Mred cagret theltcr will 1be used for the bccald ion,. Tht the show will., on. .of the real ll'utacr s" of t n l s eason o. without syr Sin ,, for the Elk of Anaon t ktow is. to I to n-cribe te rt.<.111, .1f 1V it . h i t, I I i i from Silver lhw 1 tiJ~lli . .\ " t hi + )'v' l it l rtca t l ftor Iriet \ I. e. I;tiiin , Il )iil ti ti lllrict N o, , I l.ii.n t all.in. " lt app ninlmult of a .uper. ci"~r f.,r lii. c' Nu. 4 teas deferred until tie ELKS WILL GIVE A SHOW Anacndta, April zo.-Anaconda's Elk lodge <kcidhal at the last meeting to go ahadt. with the proposition to produce a minstrel show in this city at a future date. The Inter Mountain, several days ago, told of the plans which were then in an inna;'ture state. At the last meeting the mnttetr was thoroughly discussed, with the result that it committee was appointed to arrange for the show. The committee appointed consists of R. T. \\'illiams, Dr. J. S. Spehlnlan, H. Frank Collins, Frank H. Clinton, F. W. Peck over, Frank Norbeck and W. B. Webb. A definite date has not been set for the occasion, but it is likely it will be given during the coming month. The Margaret theater will be used for the occasion. That the show will be one of the real "hummers" of the season goes without say ing, for the Elks of Anaconda know hlw to di riunsl, MRS. L. G. SMITH STAYS AT THE HEAD OF CLUB Members of the Women's Literary Society Hold an Election. sPi'rIAt. TO TitR INTrR It OUNTAINW. Anacondla, April ao.-The session of the Anaconda Woman's literary club Satur day was devoted to the election of olMfer, for the ensuing year. IlThe selectiol of those who will continue lthe good~, work of the organization dlrinl thI la Imonths to coim was done with th, greatestl harmiony, and once more tIl .wom.. diSpla)d Iexcellent judgmcent i'. their rthie. Mrs. I.. I,. Silth was re-elected pres. il iut withot oppositioni . Mrs. '. E. Fait chill was elected secretary; Mrs. Sall hnry, trrausrer: ,Mrs. (Currev, correspond i s. . rtlary; Mrs. f.. It. rinston,. critic .Mi.s " Iltilnpsm ,l. first vice presidlent. ael M'Ir. Ilavid Cohen, eciilnd vice-presider, Election is Interesting. The elih clection was ccheduleil f, S.iiturday i e llling lll acordirin to the yeai book of tIhe club. 'I he memilers mit in tlhi Ih.arst lrce Library buiiling at the usu:,l tie i, and I.e i tie si. t tionil of oflkce. about .1 o'clek. The work was net conr pllted itiil along twarcls o'clock. Mr Smith. theu pre-idie.t oif the club, wi miiake tlhe 'l tioli of the collllllittees ultti inIg the wi.k. Thle work of the club during the las' year ihas been ml satllisfactory from . literary st:aidilinti. Not since the organ iratiin of the society, several years back has a I miontlihs' work proved.I more protit Those of the cluhb vho have watch,. its progress delhlire h irs. .mith. durin., he-r termi in othrce. h:1s comlucteld the aglla , with sich hisiner. like nuthods aii qqt ins partially throuighout that tuniversal sati fac lion has Ibvin the- r 'gular result at'eaCI l'ihe i ig. The presidint has taken an act ice In SCORES IN THE FIELD GOOD SHOOTING MARKS WEEKLY MEET AT GUN CLUB PECK OVER EASY WINNER. I li . t i t 1. I ll 'Li INIr. i'N IUi 11 f.IN.l. pra titter' s.tool, tihe ll a t..t n GIlll t (11 t yte, tii, l y Il .'4. I'v.,ki' r It k ti It II ls. h atM 0t, 11 h the ao e "l r.l ., I! ,ti a l:h.vsilo s e Id to . i.h , I i t a .. It. Ju t w it lh lth .I 'er.1 ta lilti thatilt It .ut noit . ilU n the unt id..l.. , ". he aready ha the ho ...- ill as. ,s 1. 'I. t s .' ..rr. ai a i . hoe ti1. le M..... l l," I t r ll I, r ll ve t ID e I t.I pp, . \ ·. 11"i. of mn. poping il, $1 11 :t the ,I,. It I 11 . I1. 1111 g .. IH I i l. tll ,, . t it". I '' l . 1., ., ..l. . "l ,. r tllapel hy Aoti. ll. h .. . -" "v 1atts... cl.., .l,-. 1 ,illh .. r...' -,i. ,i fi-o a I,. . ," r, r m.:db itIt grel.i ,, , I p.l .,., tat *,lll.tim u ,n t.ant p g g n , k.... . .... . , I . ........... S t h....... ... ...... t , \.h, ... .......... I \,,l . ..... ......... 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The A n'dal \aa again fIlu Uil Rit l tilt' i. it fullh, : T w o.h .............. .t \it ightl .............. Ni la ..... . .............t o FOR ROBBING FAB1l MARSHALL AND JENSEN ARE TO BE TRIED TODAY-BOTH DE CLARE INNOCENCE. NIr.l, ll l. TO TEII INTr t bIOCNTAIen. .ilairolndlt, .np il ax,--T'Uo men aIlle ed t, Lave hrc n in the hland Ivltch lack t ltllhn slay rl,lhnd hiln ofl $.lo in ca.hb ic gold watch anll. chainll ; I a . . lictii.ite of dIpl it for $t.uoo, art tI. I. uiId thit afternoon before Justice lllen T'htry are T .i . ct arshltl 6and W tillitin lensen arre. t late Saturdai y night ilt l litter Ito aede, sr liteg bt. il,s of $l.s1,o 1 each. Itih dirclare their ilnnocnce. Little in klh i liwn of tIhl. (-curry, as. ',la iiln t'nlesse . hit I ,. . .ling I llt..y cn it tw., c t.tln tliltted. ANACONDA BRIEFS A. 1). T. merslengar prompt. relihble. thellll Iii o 11 . (hlinnr of Silvr flow county u l t, itt It, it t'n l ct "i . t jt. today. t u tiit ie. Iin Ma.. y Kelly lha retlalrnrdl to her nond t itt I)ilhan. For tihL best job printlllP ral at the Inter Mlunlilln ofi c, Pl romrlt anld always jut what )you ,erJ. No. nIo \reat Park avenue, An, , l.conda. .Irh. Kalte linwnry of fllute i. the guest of .1rf. I.sLo;se (Polson, 5 NWest iPark avenue. "l.Iny ('alr.on, tite Iof ilth ge'nial pro llrietor of rlhe : Irllkllllln and popblll r cafe. Thl e lleC ea., hils gone to Fda ter, linn., to visit hi, ither, \vhou i 11. Tihe funleral of thle Iite Jhnw s I). Ryan took place fromn SI, teter.' ('aiholic church Sunlday l'rirncf ant r o'louck, Intrrnient occurred ,i 11ill ce¢lil er) ,, Jor saile, cheap--()nle 6hfot and one lfodt plate tlt di*splaly cnases, ie shuffle hoaurd,: ol (lungpng taole, o.ls eg 4i-, gasoline en"ine. ., 1)iillter, atl I:f'st P'ark, .||acunda. 1). Jb. Iltnnetny nail in the city from for several months. A. F. Anderson of the .Standalrd job depart nient Ilhas gone to .Mlinneapolis to attend l.e lneral of is nIulthller, who died recently iat thIt place. The funeral of the late Mrs. Frank Miller was held thii morning at 8 o'clock. Msls was said in St. I'eter's Catholic church. Interment rccurred in Calvary cemetery, Ice creim iod, pur.fruit flavor., Ice e e wholesale and retail. Datiiler, act East EiP3 Malrriage Licnse. SPEC(IAL. TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, April so.-A marrialge license was issued today to Joseph Bcman and Emmla Pearce. terest in all matters connected with the association. She has devoted betr time and energ to its work, a often her own MAirs. L. (G. Smith. prsoial alT;airs have Itwi neglected in order thlit the club work might progres,. IF ,or that rearon .Mrs. Smith was the unani mons choice of the club memtners for a -secold term. Mrs. Winston Re-elected. Mrs. \\'inston, who gave such vacuable ,'rvice during the year as critic of the clu,, was re-elected. Mrs. \\ inston. it is thonught by women of the club. handles her duties as critic in a clever and molern style. and a lmore thorough one for the pos)ition could not he found within the ranks of the meml.ership. The other otlicers who served last year e.rce inll their turn all voted resolutions of thanks for their colnscientious work. KOYACHEVICH IS OUT AUSTRIAN FOUND NOT GUILTY OF ALLEGED ASSAULT ON ONE KAGICH. S.li ft TA 'ti 7 111 R I .I ,i NT4t t . .1n.ilr, ltla, April _.. -.\fter ring iunt o tllitn u tIc's t jury I the cane oi, I , liKt ,v.,cinvi' h,. c iharlvcd t ltlt ;i:ts. it. rettlrnerd a .rrdic ul o not gulttly Satlurday alternotoln. 'it dit ;i;oiaoti wa. tn.tld of wa)IainCg andI ro iling an A.t1ii:ntt and fel"lowit - ntr. itlOt, nt.nit lapsitih. 'let allegead crtte wa conl. tl reC i st. It.t.Id Il t it,. arr re ti were' Imade. Il he ju} t 0hil nol see the l r\ lince aKailtl the-llai to. an ll hie wan releasrd. tc;rryling a halpy .milt am I Ih unlpronutinrablec c IgnI, u, n " il,. sw' th Arm. hte" r.'mc- n t\ r: I.hmns.h-Law,-,, '. '1 htl, -tn. I'h..,.ud I-tou htert),. ih'm s .litle uire. .lh nrt 1 \ 1:gner. WV. . Ililerrt, I1:,14 .1. II,)t , . l\ . T'. n nllm. wen \lackiim. (h uar Sh ob . , .wt I '\ tT .,Il IIl n y Ihf ul,,,l. CAHOON ON TRIAL AN ALLEGED CHANGER OF CATTLE BRANDS APPEARS BEFORE JUDGE NAPTON. ' lin t I It.l T 7 IIll. I1a II .t \1 11 1\'I . \h. ,-it ., April . In the dittrict caulik 1.1e 4. (;,) h o1,J. ch.trgcd with alteing cattle. hr;u hd , i% hl'il, trild. bl Imronto1hI ago. (al Onn wan arrtreId twn Sb, ago, and gul c hand. Il" is blwing dte h dtdt y 1,r)l ll l r c lo nty ttlll trnl y. Iully. iht'h cting of the cant of the Italy Itank & I tint tetpanttty i. i. 1I. Krnnetly hia. lienit a catt it t it r juit t of tiht t'laintiffs'n attor. OBJECT TO COCHRAN SOCIALISTS DO NOT LIKE TO SEE THE DEMOCRAT MADE CLERK OF THE SCHOOL BOARD. 11'I:t 1.\1. TrO Tli INTER MiL 'N'1'AIN. Anaconda. April u no.--Opposition is t ,ilced among tile socialists to the selec Iittfn of JaItmes Cochrani as clerk of the -ihool hoard. Mr. 'Cochran is not a ieicllter of their party, and it is said sonime of the rank anld tile Ibelieve the plunts should fall within party lines. Mr. Cochran is a democrat and his se lection by the school hoard Saturday night mit with' general satisfaction. BUSINESS PLACE IS PRETTY Da.g.er's Establishment One of the Most Attractive in Anaconda. 'NllV.lN.1. l1. l. lI.Nl :.Ill.I o. IV'Vl t:i,1 .Anaconda, April 2o.--Relpairs have alitit eenII conmleted at I)aigler's new entabllishnment tt at Park and Cherry streets. Mr. I)aigler recently nurchased the Tolan plalce and at once announced that lie would remindel and refit the hiouse ill such a way as to iiake it attractive for all. 'lTe confectionery line he handles is the finest, while his cigars and fruits cannot lie excelled within the city. In the basement room the howliong alley has been entirely equipped with new fixtures and necessary paraphernalia, so that some if the finest alleys in the Northwest are the result. Mr. 1)aigler came to the city recently ;oid already he has made considerable prongress inll usiness here. lie has daily \oni friends by his modern plans and ideas. Ills resort is a credit to the city. A. 0. H. LOOSES LITIGATION Suit Versus Sparrow et al. Won by the Defendante-To Appeal. SPEC'IAL T0 TIlE INTUER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, April ao.-In the suit of the Ancient (trtler of Ilibernians, Division No. I, of Anacontla, against C'harles W. Sparrow et al.. the jury returned a verdict for the defend. ants Saturday afternoon. It is understood the plaintiff organilatlon will appeal. The trial was Ionv and tedlous and the evi. tldne much involved. The A. O. II. people claim they can win in the upper court. New Members Initiated. SPRCIAL TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, April ao.-Previous to the evening service of the St. Mark's church Sunday night a number of new members w-.e Iniiated Into the chapter of the I;: .' ..'., • ., . •",.: ,-,.,, , . ..,si'..* : She Copper City 5o-Carts and Baby Buggles We are agents for the Heywood Go-Carts and Baby Bulgles and every lady in Anaconda knows they make the best at the lowest prices. No. 364 Go-eart NO. 363 Go.eart Reclining back, autt.olmile cushlion Just like cut, for $o. ono. It has re* tires, p.tenlt brake, with scalloped edge. clining back, upholstered in Bedford I'arnol just like cut, fur....... ..... rd Tapestry, patcnt foot brake, auto mobile cushion tires. All complete for.. $18.T5 This is a Bargain. $20.00 No. 368 Go-eart No. 375 Go-eart Cane seat and back. furnished in This is a beauty. It has automobile green. oriental striped t:lapestry for up- cushion tires and is upholstered in holstcring: autom,blile ..lchion tires. Corduroy, has Heywood patent brake All complete with parasol. I.ike cut, and a ieautiful parasol. Like cut. fur ................................ )Our special price is................ WVe also have about twenty Baby Buggles that were left over from last year. Ve have marked them One-Third Off the Regular Price. They are all in good shape. .-he Copper City .'.e Copper City [verything the Best We Are Opening the Season In Ice Cream and Ice Cream Soda In our remodeled establishe mont. We have the finest line of *ONPIBeTINBRY AND elOGARS to be had in the state. A trial will mean to us the assurance of your cone tlnuod patronage. The Bowling Alleys On the iFeer Below have been re fitted with the linest equipment. DAIOLER'S No. 201 E. Park, Anaconda I)auighters of the King. The society is for women of the parish and corresponds to the Brotherhood of St. Andrew. Mrs. Ranlkin is the presidenit of the Chapter of the 'I'ranstigurttion, Miss liayes is sec retary and Mrs. Shyrock is treasurer. HARVEY PETERSON RELEASED Theft Charged Was Not Committed Within Limits of This County. StltEIAI. TO TIlE INT7E MtOItNTAI,. .tnacoindi , Aptril .a. Sheriff (Wtlinn ot Silver How cotnt . Caine down from utl Itte Saturdtay and took hlarvey 'eterso.n, an alleged brass Ihief. P'etersonl was dischtargdr l earlier iin the diay on mtotion of (ounti Attorney Mt('atflry after eairnin fl tha the theft charged was not corin nittlld tt IVeer LIh.dg,". 'Thl stlaulT was stolenll frolnt ione of the Butte Womanly Wit. "Pray, do not mind me," said the ser pent, with his celehrated gallantry. "You know I do not count for tuch." "Oh," tittered Eve. "did youl think I took you for an adder ?" Butte, Anaconda & Pacific Ry. Co. Passenger Time Table--March I, ipo3. WErSTiOUND, EASTBOUND. Local Leave Arrive Local Leave Arrive ''ralins. Butte. Anaconda. Tralns. Anaconda. Butte. No. i-l., A. & P.... io:oo a. in. o:So a. m, No. a-B., A. & P.... I:o a. in.m :aj a. m. No. --B., A. & I'.... 1:op.m. :15 p. mn. No. ,.A. & .... 1,:as, mn. a:, o p.m. No. s-B,, A. & P.... 4:50 p. mi. :45 P. m. No. 6-B., A. & P.... 3:ao p. m 4:,i p. nm No. --,A,&P.... ss:4sp,., l4oa, m, No, --,A.&aP.... 0:3P.m. 7:jo p. m To make connection with Northern Pacific railway Westbound trains at Durant leave Anaconda at tiso . m,, :a i , min. and 6:j p. nm. To m ake connection with Northern Pacifie railway Eastbound trains at Butte leave Ana. conda at a:as a. in. and 6:i5 , m. t o make connection with Oregon Short Line railroad at Silver Bow leave Anaconda sat :ao p, m. Tickets on sale at city ticket alies (Great Northern Railway). No. 45 North Malin atree and as ýaasnue, cation, latS., Anaconda * Pad ci alway, Money Won Is Money Earned A cafe play or a good bet can always be iimade by the wire. They're Beating Us Hard Why can't you do it as well? Turf Exchange Pool Rooms 13ar and Club Rooms in Connection. Main Street. Anaconda. The Daly Bank and Trust Company of Anaconda Anaoonda, Montana. General banking in all branches. Sell exchanges on New York, Chli cage, St. Paul, On:nha, San Fran. cisco, etc., and draw direct on the principal cities of England, France, Ireland, Germany and the Orient. Deposits et $s.oe one upward re eeived. Correspondenta National City bcl k, New York; First National bank Chicago; First National bank, St. Pal i Omaha National bank, O:..ah..; :'a:': of California, San Francisco. John R. Toole, President; I, B. Greenwood, Vice President; muis Bennett, Cashier; F. C. Nor. heck, Assistant Cuahier. You're Right at Home In the Leading Restaurant in Ana conda, because our Trcatrmrnt is most Courteous and our table the Finest, If you want good food, prepared to suit your taste, call at Ihe Success East Park St. Anaconda. Sewing Wild Oats. The young man who tries to mend a tear by swearing off is usually only pre paring for another ripping tir'e.