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INTER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA BUREAU
203 Main Street-Telephone No. 69-Advertising Rates Furnished on Application. BITTER WAR LIKELY STORM IS GATHERING OVER THE, PRIVATE 6CHOOLS NOW BEING OPERATED IN ANACONDA. TROUBLE COMES OVER RATES Majority of Teachers Charge $5 for the Course, While Another Has Cut the Fee to $2. SPECIAL TO TitK INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, April a9.--There is trouble brewing among some of the private schools in the city. In fact already an outbreak of the lesser order has made itself felt in the harmony of the institutions from which it was expected the youth of the city would get his education during the sum mer months. The trouble comes because of what is termed an irregular charge in the price of tuition. Cut in the Prioe. The story being circulated has it that all but one of the teachers who have opened private schools in the sahool build ings of the city have fixed the price of admission for the six weeks school work at $5. One of the' teachers, having an eye to business, decided to get the money by a shorter route, so she made her price $. per month for the little ones. That price, being about $a less than the one agreed on biy the other teachers, made business for the one, and as a conse quence she has been doing a rushing busi ness in the line of education. The $a price looks good to the young sters. They can't see where there should be so much difference in the ability of teachers between the one who makes the rate of $a and the ones who want $5 for six weeks, or $S per month less. Are Up in Arms. Those teachers who have been charging $S for the six-weeks' course are up in arms against the reduction in the scale and now there seems to be a general clamor for a "union," so that prices will be maintained. They declare the Trades and Labor as sembly should take action and declare the one price of $$ too high or advertise the one making the lower price as "unfair." In the meantime the children are at least getting their money's worth in an educational way. ANACONDA BRIEFS A. D. T. messenger-prompt. reliable. Mrs. I'. S. Cyr of Ilutte is visiting friends in the city. Wanted-Assistant office girl. One who can work on books and operate typewriter. Apply by letter to Inter Mountain office, Anaconda. State salary wanted. J. Pl. Pyle, one of the experts of V. A. Clark, was in the city on business yesterday. W. S. P. hawk, divijion superintendent of the Postal Telegraph company for this divl. sion, transacted business in Anaconda yester. day afternoon and returned to Butte on last night's train. 'his is the weather that makes beer as a drink the more enjoysale. Milwaukee's famous ,eoduat known s Sechlita the woMt over can be had at Anderson & Klassen'a, No. 6oo East Third. Miss Mary McHlugh. one of the city's teach. era, has accepted a position as teacher of the Stuart school for the summer. For the best job printing call at the Inter Mountain odffice. Prompt and always just what you order. No. ito West Park avenue, Ana. J. J. Gallavin, formerly manager of the Postal Telegraph company a office in this city. has been transferred to the Butte office. where he will assume charge of the night work in that city. Mr. (;allavin is a son of 1)is patcher Gallavin of the IButte, Anaconda & Pacific road, and, like his father, is one whose services are always in demand for fast work on the tickers. For sale cheap-One 6.foot and one S-foot plate top diaplay cases one shuffle board, one pins-pong table, one 4i.p. gasoline engine. L. Daigler, ms East Park, Anaconda. Ice cream soda, pure fruit flavors. Ice cream wholesale and retail. Dalgler, sot East Park. BABIES ON FIRE With Itching, Burning, Scaly Humous Find Instant Relief and Speedy Cure In Cuticra Soap and Cuticura Ointment When All Other Remedies and the Best Physicians Fall. Instant reliefand refreshing sleep for skin-tortured babies, and rest for tired, fretted mothers, in warm baths with Cuticura SBop and gentle anointings with Cuticurs Ointment, the great skin cure, and purest of emollients, to be followed in severe cases by mild doses of Cuticura Resolvent. This is the purest, sweetest, most speedy, prms sent and economical treatment for tor taring, disfiguring, Itching, burning, bleeding, scaly, crusted and pimply skin and scalp humours, ecsemas, ras and irritations, with loss of hair, of infants and children, as well as adults, and is sure to succeed when all other remedies and physicians fil. Millions of the world's best people now use Cuticur SBoap, assisted by Cuticurs Ointment, for preserving, purifying and beautifying the skin, lbr cleansing the scalp of crsts, sales and dandrd, and the stopping of fall log bair, fo softeningal whitei and soothing red, roash and sore ba4, a well as for all e ppoe of the toilet, bath and rumg . Thouseads of women ssmm s4 d etlrs Beesp, assisted by Calige U ja r eat skin , ure, , as.sep l.rt on., ehalngss wa isang , a too free or o gMe ý iU , tf a . rmisr sae, asvle eoIsas,.at .sl sa.s -, ive, asi bý w st reamdily sugest 50 COUNT LEWIS ROBBED BY 75 RUFFIANS ON RAILWAY Danish Nobleman Is Set Upon by Peas ants and I. Relieved of His Entire Stook in Trade. SPECIAL TO TrN INTERn OUNTAIN. Anaconda, April ag.-Drugged and rohbbed of $3o. Such is the heartrending recital of that famous Danish nobleman, "Count" Lewis .o,'n Lillienskjeld, now confined at the hospital from an overdose, as he claims, of whisky with "somethin' " in it. Also as a result. as his lordship avers, of sundry blows on the head inflicted at the hands of ruffians unknown, but none the less execrable. The count told the police that while out upon a promenade on the railway tracks the other evening he was set upon by 7s peasants, who, envious of his high estate and known wealth, not only robbed him of his all, but left him senseless on the plain. Or, rather, on a heap of cin ders. When consciousness returned the noble man painfully made his way to police ,*eadquarters and requested to be re moved to the hospital. SAtLARY CASE IS NOW ON Action of Sheriff Storrar to Recover His Money Before Napton. SPrCtAt. TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, April ma.-In the district court to. day the interesting case wherein Sheriff ;eorge Storrar is seeking to secure his pay is on trial. Sheriff Storrar seeks through mandamus pro. ceedings to have County Commissioners Kelh. iher, Hloffman and Martin compelled to pay him his salary for the months since the first of the year when he took office. Judge Naptn overruled the motion of the attorney for Biurnett to quash the petition of Sheriff Storrar. llurnett was the candidate for sheriff on the republican ticket, and it was he who started the contest case now pending in court and he. cause of which the county commissioners have thus far refused to issue a warrant for the pay. ment of the sheriff's salary. Chase for Baseball Players. Anaconda, April ag.--There is a haseball team in Butte known as the Inter Mountains, which is anxious to try conclusions with any outfit of ball tossers in Anaconda that knows the game. The Ilutte team wants a game at an early date with a team of boys weighing not more than l3j pounds. If the Anaconda lads of that weight want a match they may le accommodated by applying to the local Inter Mountain office. PRINCE A BANKAUPI VICTOR DHULEEP SINGH, EAST IN OIAN POTENTATE, CANNOT PAY HIS DEBTS. CAN'T LIVE ON $75,000 A YEAR Broken Monarch Likes to "Play the Races," and Declares Great Britain Owes Him a Fortune. BY ASSOCIATRD PRESS. London, April a8.-Prince Victor Dhuleep Singh, an indian prince, whose brother-in-law married an American heiress, is a bankrupt. He found himself unable to live on his income of $75,ooo a year. Among his creditors are various bookmakers, to whom the prince owes f5o,ooo. Prince "Juleep,' as he is called, is a slender little man, with a thin black mus tache and intensely blac.. hair. He is ex tremely dusky. He is, or has been, a devotee of the turf, and has lived like the orince that he is. He testified in court that it costs him $8o.ooo a year to live, and as that is more than his rncome, bankruptcy was in evitable. The historic diamond, the Kohinoor which now ornaments the crown o England, was owned by the prince's father, and was looted from him when the British suppressed a native revolution in the Punjab. The prince claims the British govern ment owes him J$,ooo,ooo for property seized by its agents at the time his father was dethroned, but the government seems unwiling to pay, despite the fact that the little prince is now broke and cannot live upon the liberal pension allowed him by the government. The prince owes $Soo,ooo, and as his assets are not $5o,ooo, his creditors are in despair. SHE THOUGHT SHE WAS STARVING, BUT WAS NOT Wealthy Woman, With Money in Her Purse, Is Found Wandering in Street, SPECIAL. TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN. New York, April a9.-A woman suffer. ing from a form of dementia and who was afterwards identified as wealthy Mrs. Ma rie Levison sister of Mrs. Emma Layra son, of Villa Sydney, Bath Beach, was found yesterday wandering aimlessly in Fifth avenue, near Thirty-first street, by a policeman. She asserted she was starving and had no home, but at the New York hospital it was found that she was not starving and had $67 in her pocket. It developed that Mrs. Levison had been living in Miller's hotel, a3 West Twenty sixth street, since last December, and left Saturday night, because, she said, some body had stolen her trunk. The trunk had not been removed from her room. Mrs. Layrason was sent for and ar ranged to have her sister placed in a pri vate sanitarium. OLD MAN GAVE ESTATE TO WOMAN AND IS PENNILESS Former Partner of Levi P. Morton Is Cared for by Friends, HIs Cash Being Gone. ISPECAI, TO TIHE INTER MOUNTAIN. New York April aso.-Referee Burns will hear testimony at White Plains in the suit of the Mutual Trust company of Port Chester, as a committee of the estate of Thomas Murphy former partner of Vice President Levi P. Morton, against Anna Fallon of Mount Vernon to compel her to give up deeds which she has to Murphy's property. rMr. Murphy is 94 years old and was de clared incompetent last year, The deeds were given by him to Mrs. Fallon in consideration that she take care of him during the remainder of his life. Mr. Murphy claims he is penniless and has to live on the generosity of friends. Amateur Theatricals. SPeansylvanal Punch Bowl.] T om's ittle Brother--low's the show? 'nTom's bgi Brother--jum. Tom's Little Brother-How's Tom? Tom's Big Jrother-He's the whole show, MILL CREEK SCHOOL IS TO BE OPENED AS USUAL Board Will Try to Keep it Going, Despite Lack of Funds-AII Old Teachers Applioants for Next Year. SPECIAL. TO THtE INTE. MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, April a9.-llaving completed the marking of the papers in the exam inations of April a4 and as, County .4u. perintendent of Schools Alice Mahoney has granted the following teachers certtli. cates: First grade. W. iI. Wilhtman and Miss Mary Burke; second grade, 111.. Alice Sager and Miss Anna Kinerk; third grade, F. A. Myers, Mrs. Belle Pinquard and Miss Mary Russell. All the former teachers are said to Ice applicants for positions next year. Si. lections will lie made by the board, . % slated by Superintendent Dale, as soon .as possible. The Mill Creek school is to be kept' open as usual this summer, despit$ the poverty of the board, who, by the way, re quest that all claims against them be re turned as soon as possible, in order thit an estimate of their exact financial stanl. ing may be made. The $3,oon remaining of the bond is.ue has been advertised and will soon lie sold. CITY IMPROVEMENT CLUB Probability of Formation of Organization in the Smelter City. sPECIAI. Ti) TIKl INTPE MOUNTAIN, Anaconda. April jo.-The formation of a municipal improvement league, wlhose object shall be to rid the city of the festive ash barrel and the uncomely tin can, is said to be hivhlv probable. Street Commissioner Ilrolin favors thei plan, which would much simplify his work. The completion of the new flue for the smelters will take away such vapors as have made it hard for the Anacondan to raise flowers and it is thought that under the new conditions the city may be turned into a bower of beauty. Comes With Many Cattle. RPfCIAL TO Till INTER MOI'NTA1I. Anaconda, April so.--D. I). Walker, f thl firm of Itielenberg & Walker, is Ihere with j. head of good beef cattle. The cattle caine from the Ilig YIole country andt arrived here in good condition. They were shipped yesterday for ioints in the far Northwest. Some of thise will po to Cape Nome. MAKE FEARFUL FIND HORRIFIED WORKMEN UNCOVER THE DEAD BODY OF WOMAN UNDER OLD BUILDING. TRACES OF A CRIME ARE SEEN Structure Where Corpse Was Discovered is Believed to Hide Many Secrets of a Similar Nature. Pr.ECIAL TO THEa INTeR IeotNTAsIE. Indlianapolis, Ind.. April ..--This afternoon a well-dressed stranger employed two laborers to assist him in digging ia the basement of the old building of the Central .allege of l'hysi. cians and Surgeons. After renmovnmg three feet of earth they urn covered a large stone. (On lifting the stone a vat was disclosed, from which the stranger proceeded to remove the body of an old woman. The two laborers fled and notified the police. They hurried to the scene to find the stranger gone, but the body was still there. It was removed to the morgue. The appearance indicates that it had been in a pickling solution for a year and more. The features are still lifelike. The body is bering held for identification. There is believed to be other secret vats in the old building, and an investigation will be made. ROAD REPAIRS ARE AS KED Residents of Melrose Want Improvement Made at Once. The county commissioners this morning received a petition from so residents of Melrose and the eurounding vicinity, asking them to repair a county road .n that neighborhood. The road passes through the town, the petition saye, and it is impassible in many places. Its condition is a great annoyand and inconvenience to people who have to use it. The commissioners referred the com munication to the road supervisor, s itl; instructions to investigate the condition of the thoroughfare and repair wherever needed. The matter will be attended to as soon as the road supervisor can reach it. HOW HOOLIGAN AND RAGAN MADE $50 IN HALF A DAY AND NEVER WERE 80 HAPPY IN ALL THEIR LIVES. As Of wua going up the hill this mornin' Oi met Mr. lfuligan. Good mornin, Mr. Hluligan, siz Oi. Good mnornin' Mr. Ia gan, sal he, an't ye gone to wurk today six oi; na siz he; phy not six oi, becau.ec oi knlow p-hare oi canl make snore Imuncy than wurkin in the mine today six lie: pharos that, siz oi: conme wid me and oil show yez six he. So around oi turns andi down the gulch we came, out Quarts strate to Main, down Main etrate to Silver; cunt in here siz he, and in we goes, and be gorra such a dasling suit of never saw be ore. The plurtiest lot of huggies oi never saw before in aul me loife. Now six Huli ran, phat de ye think o' that? f0 have ien all over town yestherday lookin fur Buggies and oil tell yez Ragan tl.urs nmoh ink loike them in this camp and the price ---well the price will surprize ye. Oi don't no how in the divil Mr. Grady can aflrd to sell such noice Buggies fur the s$su.ny, So lIuligan and nmeself ach baught a swell one and phen we came out Huli::an sis to me, ach of ts have saved all the way from $a5 to $So today. You right siz ol; let's go and lhav something, siz hie, :nd oi never wus so happy in all me loife as oi asm today and phen oi thinks of Ihat ,the ould woman and the kids will say phen they see it, arra mush then don't mention it fur oi am going to have a good time this summer oi tell yes. AOCUSED WOMEN GO FREE Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Kendall, .Charged With Burglary, Dismissed. At the retuest of the county attorney the case against Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Ket dal, charged with burglary, was dispiised in justice Sheehan's court yesterday. The complaining witness, James Robin son, claimed the two defendants entered his room and ,made away with his per sonal belongings. The defendants denied they took the goods with felonious intent, alleging that Robinson owed $45 for rent, whih lihe would not pay, and the goods were taken and held as security for the debt. The case was dismissed, as there was not suffclient evidence to warrant a con viction. CHANGES TIME IABLE BUTTE, ANACONDA d PACIFIC ROAD TO RUN TRAINS ON DIFFER. ENT SCHEDULLE. FOR BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC Last Chance to Go From Butte to the Smelter City Is Now Fixed at 10:55 p. m. Anaconda, April au.-Once more the Butte, Anaconda & Pacific road will make a change in its time-table for trains be. tween Butte and Anaconda. The changes are to be made by direction of General Manager M. S. I)ean, who is anxious to fix a schedule so a majority of the general public will be pleased with it. The only change in the eastbound train to Iw made by the new schedule is for the early morning train. Hereafter the pas senger train now leaving Anaconda at 58:jo o'cloek, will leave at 8 o'clock. In the westhound trains the changes will he material. The train which under the present schedulh leaves Iutte at to a. it. will hereafter leave at :jo o'clock; the traint which leaves there at I :au will continttlt to run on that time ; the traitn uow achedutltl to leave Ilutte at ,:So will leave at . o'clock; and the train which leaves now at t :45 will hereafter mtart friom the Smoky City at to :S. Under the plani to re-arrange the sched utie theo first train, it will wb seen, will leave Anaconlda for Ilutte at 8 o'clock in the Imorning. The last train comlling fromll IBlutte will leave that city at i :S5 or nearly an hour earlier than at presenlt. The new timcetable will not go into effect until Sulnday mnorning. TURNS DOWN THE CHALLENGE Ancandon, April J.--Manager Ilen dricks of the courthouse khashall team yesterday received and refused a chal lenge frout the Hligh school team of Itutte. Ilendrick says the Ihttte boys are too young to Iplay his men. The butchers of the city have organized and will play all comners int the near fit ture. OUIEEt LECAL IACLE FOR MARRYING SON'S DIVORCED WIPE RESIDENT OF VIRGINIA IS THROWN IN JAIL. PECULIAR MOVE BY PREACHER Agrees to Call the Ceremony Off if Court Decides the Wedding Is Not a Legal One. BY AS.tO('IA'lID 'arRA,. RoaLnke, Va.. April is. -itelause he married the divorced wile of his son, Wesley lirickey is in jail. lrickey lives near BIradford, In Smyth county, and some years ago lost lisn wife by death. Not long ago his son secured a divorce and tile elder [Irickey and his former daughlerlio law began a courtship that ended in the secur ing of a license and a search for a minister. Rev. Winters louden finally agreed to per form the ceremony. lie had been told that it was unlawful for a man to marry his daughter. in-law and was somewhat reluctant, but at Inat pronounced them man and wife. Then he said: "My friends, I have been told that it is unlawful for you to marry. I will keel, the license until I learn how that is, and if it is against the law I will not call you married but will return the license to the clerk marked 'nut executed.' " CAUTION. This Is not a gentle word-but when you think how liable you are not to purchase the only remedy universally known and a remedy that has had the largest sale of any medicine in the world siane s863 for the cure and treatment of Consumption and Throat and Lung troubles without losing its great popularity all these years, you will be thankful we called your atten tion to Boachee's German Syrup. There are so many ordinary cough remedies made by druggists and others that are cheap and good for light colds, perhaps, but for severe Coughs, Bronchitis, Croup-anad especially for Consumption, where there is diflicult expectoration and coughing during the nights and mornings, there is nothing like (;German Syrup. The as cent size has Just been introduced this year. Regular size 75 cents. For sale by Newbro Drug Co., J. T. Finlen Drug Co. STUMBLES ON CHURCH STEPS; PICKED' UP DEAD Philadelphia Woman Loses Her Footing and Is Later Picked Up in a Dying Condition. tPi'ItAIT. To IIK INT N'IH MI'NTAIN. Philadelphia, April a..---Mary Jenny, aged .16 years, of ItJ45 'tholmpson street, while leaving St. Anne's church, Lehighi avenue and Cedar street, stumbled at the top of a steel) flight of steps and fell headlong to the bottom. The inalitnu)ate body, with an ugly wound in the head from which blood was flowing, was picked tip at the bottomn of tihe steps by worshippers leaving the church and carried into the edifice. A hurried call for an amliulatnce was sent to St. Mary's liospit:al and Mrs. Jenny was removed there with all possihile speed. At the hospital the doctors said she was suffering from a fractured skull and a broken arm and the fracture of the skull would probably result int deth. She died a short time later. POLICE MAKE INVESTIGATION New York Man, Injured in Chicago, Dies in the Hospital. NY ASIOCIATLD PYREan. Chicago. April a.--The cause of fatal in furies to k. W. Simonds, a New York travel. Inm salesman, who died at the hospital, is being investigated ty the police. Simjonds was found unlconcious on the stone steps of the Central l'rust bank yesterday suf fertng from a fractured skull. HIe had been a guest at the Great Northern hotel since April a~, where he registered, it is said, as E. Summers. Simonds was for several years connected with the Chicago board of trade. When hie moved to New York he entered into partner ship with a brokerage firm in Wall street, Roosevelt's Favorite Bird. [Denver Post.] Theodore Roosevelt says his favorite bird is the robin. His recent utterances had created a widespread impression that it was the stork. Copper City Commercial C0. FREE LESSONS IN ART EMBROIDERY Miss Watson has arrived and Is now ready to give lessons In all kinds of needle work. Every lady should grasp this opportunity of seeing and learning everything that is new and up to date in hand embroidery. (;ranI assnrtlment of finished pieces Iow on display; also new stamped linens, pillow tops, etc. Classes now being started. WE ARE MAKING SPECIAL PRICES ON ALL KINDS OF Housr fURNISHINOS And Conmence Business for May WEDNESDAY MORNING large Turkish Towels ReadysMade Sheets SSc Bach ISO Bash )'Just the right siti for filling lbeds; Made of heavy comoed Southern cot others large eniugh ior douhle Ieds, ton, very soft finish; size ajas4. The all nl one lot; now........... ....... largest and best towel ever sold for.... Take Your Cholce at 48c Bach 35. Bach Ready.Made Sheets 60c Balh Extra Heavy Turkishl ?, lalR e of very ine Siatl'tie c,,ton, Towles S2/ BEach 81x)u, full site; a regulalr 5. hleret.. 25 dlotenr of these Inrge heavy towels Nyw 60c Bath nlow o l sale, theti knl :iit )ilt yo ull lly pay J15 for. They are a great hagain. New Challles 6 I.5 Atg 24 Each tiod a..srtilrnt of dark rlorin . i Bed Spreads 69' ach in very rlity I.signi, i.rgul.r width; Uled Spreads 9c lach very nice ,r wraplle,, etc......... i.ll site, ni cily lhem.., r,.a.ly to Only Ise Yar use, finely woven. prltly r.ll, hi't pat tern, to selet frlu ................ Dreoss G(lahall ms I.3c A Big Value at 69c Bach .o ililtieret Ilyl4. in tlhi lot to se* Bed Spreads 9c BEach let Irom:; all lhe plaint clor: ne'at strilpesr aiil checnks. A liiuitlilul fabric hauly a of tahee $ liru: ailc left. aI for childrre 'a dresses; colors absolutely have olfen paui Sm.rS fir i,le nlit ar fast fa..od. Ni'e assortmen t of Marseilles ... giiiicl. Nici' assi~ru~iiuuit of ? hanrbillec · Selling at S I.3c Yard lpatterns ill this lot..................Bell t Vrd Only 9c8 Bach 36.1nch Percales 12 loSc Pillow Slips Ile Bach Iirm, heavy cloth, colors are always Made of fine leacheid iimlin, free reliable; in a alet. navy andll ox iloud; from dressing, nicely helumced; regular retty new tr................. asc value........................... NOW 12 i.c Yard New Ile Bach M1 eerleid -Sateen 19c Yard Pillow Blips 15e Bach Itl.aletiful, soft finish, free front These are hemsltitch.edl, 4J6, made , dressing, full .tI inches wide, in black of firm heavy muslin iuod would lie nly; a .15e value ................. cheap at anc ........................ bale Price 19 I Great Barglan at 1Sc Bach Moreen Skirting .lc Yard Pillow Blips 20c Bach rich mirel lustre, soft liliih, just the Made with a wile iileh heen of the right weight iar ladies' ueilrskirts, kneat kind of imulin, 45x 14; a S f 1I ,t, iluclhees wide andI would be value ........................... (.llcheat. at 4ie vlrd................. Now on Sale at 20c Bach Now belllng at S21 ReadyoMade Sheets 42c Bach Percallne Lining 7 1-Sc Yard This is the sheet that people want for All olorsn, incaluling blark and white, single Iels; the nuslicn is extra heavy, nice soft niush, very popular for linilng nicely heimmed ....... ............ lightweiglht fabrics................. Only I9c BEach Good Value at 7 ISe2 Yard LITTLE GIRL SLEEPS WITH OIE EYE ALWAYS OPEN Scalding of Her Face Gives Peculiar Affliction to Girl of Fifteen Years. niiP'.iIAI. 1i 1IAK INTKI u MI'NTAIN. Soluth Man ht'lrr, April s. -It.t.ie Il orn, is years *l1. daiglhtr uof James, II rai,, it iu. able toi daoe her ell eye, whet.'lher uneip ur awake aliluhigh her night hit nio beern ai 'ct el. Thii 'uAii.iin wii .~.u'tl by the ari dlental .ihlliiug of her lfae,. Tlwo dl'cthu. have taken the girl it New Y.rk fur an Bpertliun,. whichl prumoni Am lie h succensslil. CELEBRATION_ IN MISSOULA Odd Fellows Mark 84th Anniversary of the Founding of the Order. i'PEt IAi, TO '11Yi IN'II M NflINAlN. Miamhula, April !,).--Misotiula I), Fel IA)Ws tIlA t he iilallll)l.er of tile Daughters of li(tihekth l;ast rvlnlingll celebrl: d tr h 1w .tlh anniversary of ml'the folulidigt of l'the ordel'r. An address by (',ingrresslma IDix.on was the feature of thel prograilm. lHere is ,what was idiing after I.e spoker IIIICUIntruetal slolis, Mrs. I"irbmush; vocal mai' Mi,'m Christian viocal solo, (ora ( ;ou41lmb" ; recitaltion., Mrs. I(oulomel; r-citationl, M'rs. 111illiansr ; piano a1to, Mise Fuorliuh. HOTEL ARRIVALS At the Thornton. Ge'rge 'W. Uichardl.,.oI, San Francis em. (;. Claruly. I hicall; Jmhn M. Ilswnml , t'hilaldel. phis; T. 'I. MIcl..od, MAlmulihi; I. A. HII'r. row., I. J. I 'lc,., AIsll, : W. I.. I.,Ma,,i, New York; II. irni.hlud ald wile, Miun lmurnlhy K. ,r..nhold, Il. A. Mc).donI and wile,. 'lrena; M. J. oliiinarll Ilan hiuiia; M1,. Ire. nr;umk, Ilutei; J. I. Ji'fry, New York! .u Miller, I clevela-,nI; AlAt. (I. M. Valn limnoi n, MAm'. V. J. Ihi .,in, Ie',rgr II;viland, i ou,.,,hlu; M. A. Jach,., W ilh; .l.n Ja u.s, M itn '. I" lier. Sii,. Anny I.;'.,ei, MI,,,s A. Arlhy, New York; J. IlwardI Ailt,ii. log ".mk; J. C. nI hl.hl, ITat'm;i, I. I., . hen, 1.. Appel, h.. V. tlaumer, N. II. Sitic, t hiiyagi. At the Finlen. T '. E. Ii adley, reail Fall,; I;. V. Shiver, St. l.,ui,; A. Johhn.,oi , li,ral F'alh.; J. II. I.uii ., l hm ui ; J. S. Ila Ik,-y. ,l.uii ville. Ky.; II. I;. 1lktn,. Dunker; F. Maiden, li:u inon; *. Mt I'r'herrs , Rlral Fall,; I;. It. \ingelli, Kantsl (stly; W. II. lliggin , liO 'r At the Butte. I. II. Ililto , St. I'aiul; A. I)lto, I hicagu; W. II. IHenry, Seattle; A. II. Akers,, S.iit .lake; S. T. lumck,, ". A. Iiiili, lontirei.l; I'. King, Ihite .; I f I. \'.ind.itvent, L. Appel, ( liiiago,. At the Southern. J. II. Siimnurr. New YArk; i,. M.cl)niihl, St. Jle.,, M4.; I. iW . likiina , .Salt Lakei ; II. It-;trnAli . I. . Ii..er. ir riand liks,; J. (ainin, Sun Irunci.,c,.; S. I.alI, '1. flicks.y, Ii nt.ina: IA. N. WIin.t, Hulder: W'. E41rla, Sliermiai; Mr,. J. Ilimi atind children, C. K. Veidt, V. Itrowilr, Il.nmhve., Mlnit. Had Been There a Long Time. I New Yirk Mail aind Express.] "Where. are you living niow, iold eliap? I haven't seen you for a dog.'a age," amke-.d the colnfirmed New Yorker ill a Iriend. "I have a co., little plaie in I.nnelytown," Butte, Anaconda & Pacific Ry. Co. Passenger Time Table--March , 190po3. WESTIUOUND. EASTBOUND. Local Leave Arrive Local Leave Arrive Trains. Butte. Anaconda. Trains. Anaconda. Butte. No. a--i., A. & P.... so:« a. m. :so a. m. No. a-il., A. & P.... :3 a. m. Iau a. s. N.. 3--p. A. & P .... s:a p. m. : p. n. o. 4--I., A. & ' .... .al a. m. ila p. an. No D., A. j P .... 4:So p.m. 543p.m. o. 6- i. A, .... .1no p.m. 415 p. 1 Vo. I8., A, 1'.... ,:4ps .. 55:0o A. im, o. -., A .... a: p, , . Pt . n. o msake connection with Northern Paoifi railway Weltboua trailn, at D.urant leave Anaconds at is: o a. nt., :aom p. n. and 6:j. p. m. To make connection with Northern 'acate railway Eastbound trains at Butt leaver As cona at sa:sO a. m. and 6:j p. ,,. To make connection with Oregon Short Line railroad at Sllver Bow leave Aauseds Tickets an sale at city ticket ollAee ((ret Norhlrp ,~aiwta), en 45 Koeth Mwala aI et and at passenger station, Butte, Anlaconda & P iteailwa, The Daly Bank and Trust Company of Anaconda Anaoenda. Montana, r;eneral banking in all hranches. Sell exchanges on New York, (Chicago, St. Paul, Omnaha, Sain Francisco, etc, and draw dirct on the principal cities of EnIland, Irance, Irelaind, (;Germany and the Orient. Deposits on $.uoo and upward received. Cerreulndents National City hank, New York: First Na.tiual bIa., Chicaho; l'irut National bank, St. Paul; )nOmaha Natl,.nl hank, smaha a; Bak of California, San Fran. circo. John R. Toole, president; M. A. (reenwood, vice pireslilent; Louis V. Ierllleet, cushier; i. C. Norheck, as sistant cabhier. Money Won Is Money Earned A pafo play or a good bet can always he madeo by tho wire. They're Beating Us Hard Why can't you do it as well? Turf Exchange Pool Rooms liar and Club kooms in Connection. Man Street, Anaeonda, You're Right at Home In the I eading Restaurant In Ana. conda, becnuse our Treatment is most Courteous and our table the Finest. If you want good food, prepared to sult your taste, call at Ihe Success tast Park St. Anaconda. --__ , rp'lih, the friend. "Have you ever been ther c" "lrren there? lceln there?" said the comt. (tru.ed New Yorker wearily, "I should say so! Why i spent a whole week there one after. lioon !"