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INTER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA BUREAU
203 Main Street--Telephone No.r69-Advertising Rates Furnished on Application. CEORCE MERRILL IS SERIOUSLY ILL ANACONDA MUSICIAN IS STRICKEN WITH PNEUMONIA AND NOW LIES IN HOSPITAL ti'ECIAL TO THit INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, July 3.-Professor George Si. Merrill, the well-known music teacher and promoter of amateur opera, is lying at St. Ann's hospital, a sufferer from pneu tmonia. He was taken from his home to the sistitution yesterday afternoon. Dr. McKenzie, who is attending Mer rill, says he Is in a very serious condition. READY FOR GRAND PARADE Smeltermen of Anaconda Will Make Imposing Procession. SPECIAL TO Tilt INTER MOt'NTAIN. Anaconda. July 3.-The Smeltermen's parade scheduled for tomorrow will be as follows: West on Commercial avenue to Main, south on Main to Park, west on Park to Maple, south on Maple to Sixth east on Siath to Cherry, north on Cherry to Tourth street, east on Fourh street to Ash, North on Ash to Park, west on Park to Main, south on Main to sixth, counter march on Main to depot. The first train to the park leaves the depot at Is :3u. Round trip every 40 minutes. The first excursion train from Butte will arrive here at o a. an. The silver City band will come with it and widl be in use during the parade. Following the band twill come the Carpenters and Typographi cal unions. The other unet: s will Ihe given positions by the marshal of the day. The second division will he made up of the Anaconda band and tne Smeltermets'r. union. The first division will form on Commercial avenue, heaumng west. The second division will form on Cedar street. heading north. F. G. ACHILLES TAKES BRIDE Popular Anaconda Man Weds Miss Ham monn of Dubuque. SPECIAL TO THE INTER ltto5'VTAIN. Anaconda, July 3.-Fred G. Achilles atis Miss Louise Hammonn were married at 6 o'clock, June 24, at the residence of the bride's mother, 141 Arlington street, Du buque, Iowa. Mr. Achilles is a well known, popular and trusted employe of the Butte, Ana conda & Pacific Railway company's general offices in Anaconda. lae is rominent in lodge circles here and has a host of friends who congratulate him on his mar riage. lie left Anaconda several weeks ago, his destination or purpose at that time being unknown to his friends, who were told lie would return within a fortnight. Miss Hammonn, the bride, is a belle of Dubuque, and from accounts given in the stewspapers of that city it may be judged that Mr. Achilles is taking from Iowa one of the prettiest and most charming young women of the state. The young couple will be at home in Anaconda to their friends after July so at 6:8 Pine street. NOTED DOG GOES TO REWARD Charles Williams' "Jack," Liked by All, Is Laid in Grave. s;.ECIAL TO TilE INTRa Iint'NTAIN. Anaconda, July *1.-Charley Williams was wearing crepe on his hathand yesterday. lie looked the picture of sadness and sorrow, and he had cause for it. Charicy's famous old dog, known to every boy at least in the town as Jack, good old faithful Jack, with a disposition like a dove and a laziness that would do credit to a don. key, has gone to his last rest. His route was the chloroform one, and his seath cams painlksaly amid tears from the eyes f his fond master and a dorrn or more boys who liked the old slog as a playmate and a noble old beast. A headstone was erected by the youngsters to mark the place where Jack lies. The in. r esisiton says he was 14 years on this earth setots his usefulness as a house pet and a "good fellow" with the lads was done. ANACONDA BRIEFS A. D. T. messenger--prompt, reliable. J. 1). Malloy of Butte has returned to isis home after spending several days here on business. H. J. Allen has gone to Great Falls. Marriage licenses have been Issued to Stephen Grazen and Miss Mary Viohnricht and Frank Bracken and Miss Nellie Dorian, all residents of Anaconda. Rudy Landreville's cabin was entered and robbed of considerable clothing yes terday morning. Frank Hertel and Miss Ruth Thomas were married last evening at St. Mark's Episcopal church by Rev. II. E. Robbins. Ofriers of the Woodmen of the World were installed as follows last night: Past consul commander, Daniel Dunn; consul commander, William M. Haves; adviser lieutenant, John C. Tucker; banker, M. J. Machion* clerk, George L. Walkup; phy sician. If. W. Stephens; esccrt, Ed Iienm bach; watchman, R. W. Rule; sentry, George Boyse; managers, 18 months, Jo seph D)ec; za months. F. J. Strickfadden; 6 months Joseph l.abissonier. F. I1. Perkins of Salt Lake City is still here (n business. There is to be a baseball game at Moun tain View park tomorrow between the Courthouse nine and the Butte, Anaconda & Pacific Railway company's team. Iloth clubs are in good shape for the clash and each is confident of victory. F. W. Bacorn is in from Cable this week. R. A. Luke is here from Helena on in surance business. John Cadle, a Moose lake mining man, is here. Ladies, you need some dainty stationery and calling cards, and we furnish just that sort. Inter Mountain office, No. aoj Main street, Anaconda. The weather is clearing up, with indica tions of yet becoming ood for a proper Fourth of July celebration. Mrs. Mary E. Norton has been appoint ed administratrix of the estate of the late Willia'n Norton. An answer in the suit of Patrick Feeley vs. the Anaconda company has been signed. All members of Mt. Haggin court, No. 6ag, C. O. F., are requested to meet at A. 0. H. hall on July 4, at 8 a. in., to attend the funeral of the wife of P. M. Halloran. Miss Olive Gebauer of Los Angeles is the guest of Miss Kathryn Evans. Mrs. H. C. Morgan of Chicago, en route to her home from San Francisco, is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. L. G. Smith. FOURTH OF JULY TRAINS. B., A. & P. railway will run trains on July 4 as follows : Leave Butte for Anaconda at 8 a. in., p:3o a. 1m., 10:30 a. im., I :ao p. m., 5 p. in. and os:55 p. m. Leave Anaconda for Butte at 8 a. m. p:zs a. in., ii:as a. in., 3:ao p. in. and 6:35 p. in. Leave Mountain View park for Butte atop. m. and it :3o p. m. First train leaves Anaconda for Moun tain View park at i :3o a. ti, and every 40 minutes thereafter; last traIn will leave the park at 13:3o p. in. REPORT OF FINANCES FOR MONTH OF JUNE Anaconds, July 3.-Following is the report of County Treasurer Denny for the month of June: General fund 1.,638 * $ 14 $t, 773 A 11 $ 56 15 $ 8.716 13 Contingent funn;.......................... 11. 37 31 37 so 8. 57 a,,a til ut007 39 Road fund............................. .55( ...8 1 ..769 1,76 3 Poor fund...................... ......31j1 64 JAJ 46 a.5s5 to 137 45 9,377 65 Bridge fund.... ............... a o . Bond fund .......................... 4,o073 I) 1 46 4,064 06 3,a on 0,a04 4b General school fund................... 314 01 16., 15 474 30 . . 474 30 District school font.................. 91 11 7 38 9,170 s9 16 qo 8.473 60 (City of Anaconda fund.............. i 40 S 66 40 .. 6 40 School institute fund ... 337 75 ......... a37 75 aau 1G 6 93 Fisth and game fund................... .. 36 o0 37 36 0o State fund .. ... ...................... 37 .7 69 1.435 z6 375 57 1,(5 6) State bountey fund ....................... 71 74 009 n1 J140 75 71 74 jog of Stock ins;.ecttor and detective funad....... .......... 40 40 .... 41 Stock indemnity fund.................... .......... o ......... 03 Slate stuck bounty. ....................... 3 19 ... .... t 39 Estates ................................... .1148 ... . 48 1o Total......................... $5s.033 6 $5.777 o ( ot ,8 a 8 $6,451 79 $14,358 49 t el nc .on hanld Jtine . }J ................................ ...................... $.,t n33 68 Received and charged during month............................................... 5,777 60 Total. ... $10.8tt »it Paid out and credited during month ........... .............................. 6,45a 79 IBalance on hand July 1, 3903........................................................ $14,358 49 Received from taxes. ...................................................... 60 74 Received from licettsc. ............................................... 4.110 1t leceived from contty offkceri, feIs .............. ............................ 631 75 Received from other sourcea........................................ ................... f 45 no Total............... ............... .............................. $5.777 63 SLAUGHTER OF FISH NOW NEAR AT HAND SPECIAL TO TIIE INTiR 5tat NT.IN. Anaconda. July ,t.--Fish in the liig aItol country are looking for an avenue of es cape. In fact, there is consternation amongst the finny tribe in that quarter, for a storm is brewing. Trotiule of the fish-hook and frying pan order is in store for the trout which play in glee and con tentmnent along the banks of the streams in the Itig Hole country. It is expected by the fish in that ituir ter that the massacre which they are ex pecting will he most disatrons to their nutliers and completely annihilate them for all time to come. The news that a party of fiehermen hail ing from Anaconda is about to descend on the lig Ilole has gone forth. They ex pect to spend a few days angling in the streams and that is the cause of so much worry. Karld D. lieghtol, who holds down thse position of cashier and credit man at the Fulton market; Harold Toneth, Homer FINE DINNER TO BE SERVED Members of Robbins Chapel to Raise Money for the Cause. SPECIAt. TO TINE INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, July 3.-Today and tomor row, at (37 Main street, the Robbins' chapel of the Colored Baptist Mission will serve dinner to those who care to help a good cause along. The spacious room at 117 Main has beet} beautifully decorated in red, white and blue and is so arranged as to accommo date the hig crowds which arc expected to patronize the colored people In their ef fort. The money realized will te used for the benefit of the Robbins chapel ACT ON SEVERAL HIGHWAYS County Commissioners Award Contract to Gus Eckstrom. Ri'rt'IAt. TO TIIE INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaclnda. July 3.-The county commission. era yesterday accepted the bid of Gus Ecl trom for the road uip the tig !lute divide on the cast side. There are several bridges, and the highway will need to he very wlIt put in to last at all. Eckstrom's hid was $3,s6. A petition asking that the road lctween Dig creek and the IDig Ilole river te changed so as to run down Seymour creek and meet the river road at Twin's crossing, was favoratly acted tipoit. Contractor Eckstrom will begin work on his new road in the near future. THREE DRUNKS IN BASTILE Charges of Inebriation Placed Against a Trio Taken Today. Sti'C's.u TO TIIt. INTER MOUNTAIN, Anaconda, July 3.-Three drunks were added to the list of prisoners in the city jail. (;eorge Fountain was brought in early this morning by Oflicer Marchion. lie was drunk. Pat Murphy, charged with inebriation, was arrested by Oflicer Mlarkovich and It. T. Mailloy was taken by Oflicer Powers on the same charge. DAN O'BRIEN NOW WANTS OUT Will Try to Get His 60-Day Sentence Cut Down Some. StE iIAL TO TI.E INTER MOLUNTAIN. Anaconda, July 3.-Dan O'Blrien wants out. This habitue of the city jail has concluded that his sentence of 6u days is too moch. Ile was arrested for disturbing the peace. while laboring tinder a severe case of inehriety, and Judge Mayes gave him two months at con finement. O'trien has hired Attorney Duffy to get hitt out. WAS TO GET $4 EVERY WEEK But Circus People Beat Him, He Says, When He Asked for His Money. SPrfiIAL TO TIHF INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, July 3--Charles lIaylett, a Sells & Downs' circus hand, lies at St. Ann's in a serious condition as the result of a heating he says was given him ty Downs when he asked for his pay. lie was to get $4 a week, but when, after eight weeks, he asked for his money, he was given a severe beating. lIaylett says lie will sue the circus people. ELSIE M. EVANSGETS DECREE Divorced From Howard on the Grounds of Non-Support. sPECtIAL TO TIhIF INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda. July 3.-Elsie M. Evans has been pranted a divorce from Howard M. Evans at Great Falls. The grounds are non-support. She secures restoration to her maiden name, Elsie M. Graham, and alimony in the sum of The couple were married in Anaconda in June, 9a0o, and have been separated a year. Funeral of Mrs. Halloran. SPECIAL TO TriE INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, July i.-The funeral of the late Mrs. Mary S. Ifalloran, wife of P. M. Hallo ran, will be held tomorrow morning at 8:45 o'clock from the family residence, No, 4n1 West Third street. itgh mass is to be cele. brated at St. Paul's Catholic church and inter. went will take place In the Hill cemetery. Cambridge All Out. London, July ;.-Cambridge was all out today for 137 tuns In the annual cricket match with Oaford. 1.on, John McKenzie, James White and I... I Ilanson, all employes at the Cooper' aity ( Comercial onmpany. are the mtan lers of the orltamnzatiot whit h expects to stake liWe mnaserable for the faist . Mr. Ita-ltial will take with himt a life-preser icr. lIt the avent of tac other loys getting into deep water and wetting their feet they u ill le permitted to use the life preserver tol. IHomter tong has plenty of haike lite antidate. All aother necessary article, for sorh a trip will go along with the party unless perhaps at may be that the boys forget to take fishing tackle and ammunition for their guns. They are so busty telling about the thtintts they intend doing to the fish jnl game that it would not le it all surprising if they forgot those neccsitiue. Frierals of the boys are atixiuisly awaiting their return, for they are considered rather young and tender to be dri tintg about in a bad country like the Big hite. ASSETS BUT DROP IN A BIG BUCKET TWO AND ONE-HALF PER CENT OF THE ARNOLD CONCERN LIABIL ITIES MAY BE PAID. JaY ASsorIATa:Ia Paitss. St. Louis, July 3.-At a meeting of creditors of the E. J. Arnold Turf lnv.st mient concern, Solomon I.. Swarts was chosen a trustee under the provision of the bankruptcy law. Mr. Swarts has been receiver of the aswa of the defunct concern, laaving been appointed by the court to take charge of the effects until a trustee should be elected. His duties as receiver will end as :;on as he dualities as trustee. Mr. Swarts says the assets, so far as found, consited of about $ao,o'au in a:tala and a farm valued at $i5,oao. The claims filed against the estate thus far amount to about $.t,u50,000, and Mr. Swarts expects to pay I or a- per cent of the intebtedness. 'the time for paying out will be de termined by the court. The creditors number more than 2.0on and reside in nearly every state and terri tory in the union. MAYOR TAKES NO ACTION. Nothing Done as Yet Toward Calling Special Council Session. U a to a late hour this afternoon Mayor Mullins had not changed his mind in re gird to calling a special session of the city council to pass the monthly bills of thlt city that fell by the wayside at Wed nesday night's meeting. There is a report that some of the mem hers of the council who desire to see city officials paid will sign a request asking the mayor to call a special session. The mayor will have to call a specl if three mtemlwrs of the council ask for it. If the labermen forced the mayor to call a special session and then passed a bill making the usual monthly appropriations, the mayor might, if he saw fit, decline to sign any warrants until the "solid nine" came around to his way of thinking about appointmentt . This wouli bring a case in court antl the mix-up might le adjudicated in the t man ner. MARYSVILLE MINING MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT J. L. Maim Arrested on Complaint Sworn to by Arthur J. Hamilton-Says He Hit Him With a Rock. SiaIa'a'Am. TO Till INTER MO!'NTAIN, Helena, July 3.-J. L. Malni, nmetallurg 1st of the Empire mine, near Marysville, was arrested by SherifY 0 Connell of Lewis and Clarke county yesterday, innd after a preliminary hearing before a local justice, was held under $%oo aand. Maim is accused of assault in tite sec ond degree. lIe was arrested tuon a complaint sworn to by Arthur J Hamil ton, a well-known Marysville u'ining man. They had words over something aad Hamilton says MalIm hit him with a rock. BLOWN FROM FOUNDATION, Great Northern Station Suffers by Reason of High Wind. tY ASSOCIATED PRESS, Painsville, Minn., July 3.-A heavy wind and rainstorm which struck this town yes terday blew a Great Northern station frozr its foundation. The roof was also blown off and a lart'e amount of flour and wheat wa" destroyed. At I3ellgrade and Georceville several baildlinags were blown down. No lives are repotted lost. MILLION IS TO BE SPENT THIS YEAR HUGE SUM WILL GO UP IN SMOKE ON THE BIRTHDAY OF THE NATION. NOVELTIES IN THE MARKET Dangerous Toys Calculated to "lease Children, Both Old and Young, on the Day of Noiase. New York, July 3s.-This Fourth of July hIre will le "moniey to hnum," thanks to the wonderful prosperity That has spread ,vIr the country, and YouIg America is 1.iiiig toi hur it with a vengeance. It is reckoned that $i,atiooin worth of igreworks will be transformnel into date .gil smoke on the coming anniversary, .Hid that another million will undergo ex plosive combusition in the shiap of tire r"Aekers. Of torpedoes something like c o. 11i),'11 will to act oil, largely by little girls whose prndent parents justly regard 11, kind of miniature Iomlh as least oh j ctioinable. It must lie said, however, that "ome torpedies, which a'e as hig a, -mons and contain dynamite, are exceeih ingly daugeruus, and at all hazards are to I.e avoiled. iThe processes used in the n'iuifactire of tgreworks are uitch more simple than 1o lt0 'eplC suppose. Of materials the lithe that are chief and important are a fine Iiiality of strawhoird. in uploisive compound (consisting of gunpowder, salt pctir and charcoal) nill tissue paper. Strawboard Cases. Tii- it raw-loard is iseil for mnaking the tiie- itid casei, which are tiht-11 with the .niliogiti jnd finally covered with the tis -,it, ia'per. In the ciit rueti n of the so caells l "s(:1 pi ','s'' hundrrals of such tut es are hit togttlhr, being naiieiled to a framie "111 vonnectrld by "1 cont1inuous ( Fault.w 1 -nnth of July" 41rnan1d, 11W dlessns ill ,( piecest, :in some of them ithis year lost a, high as $l60o 'Ii hr-egiiiniiig of a sit piiec is a draw iiig, which is handed over to a t-rpinter to Ile reproduced in itripi of wood f.is 'uned together with gluet aii'h nails. Iules is proiuced the frame on which the sub. , root lining the explosive compoound :or fit-neil. Copper for Blue. \'a ilnls elclments :Ile rmploved to Dive linieaet (lios to the fire, ail It ie are inl-4tiv salts of nmetals ropnser fill 1i,11, birianii for green, soiilum i ur yelloSt. cal m iiii ir red and ,Srotiurm for Grim:;4m. lhe rest is only a iimatter of ilijutiilt the 1,h-11 parcels of silt- SiltS a:ni neiiui tiig Liiem nultibly for fui s. Lk, is ret-uire imire shill in their olan lii. tite than any oiter kinid of tire works. I hr p.h board va t - iiiii-1 I nI a ertai- n A ii 1m, . t i, in propoti ion to its 14 1i1gh;i, ant the I'leking I III t I. p ri- - I Willi he n S I eiie tI ili iri the pr;er :seint of I. tilt itr e aunI the sttSi'ujiog of its .it or what not at the paices miutiint tlk,%r, d. In the cylindrical part is the explosive iuiouni d which cawui the rocket to ri--; li- i--ical toa h , siparSte a11i ciotiaius the stars or wihathver tle is to ilake the i.play. The Starry Shower. It is uucestary that the explosive tim pound shall le humnid through at just the morn t when lu e rtckgth hasi reachel I it, hilliest point, i-i that the stars or wiildei rain may he discharge I with the effectivt il-s neressary to mnake tie spectator. hay: The stars are little Iiaiket' made of V0 -i a l iisitiiiiit-., so :I. to 11i 11ui1 Iug of hiutferist colio, whin ivgoted. hut vi'ii0111 the last low ,ears uikuAh-i- if pys" I r! ies in thil- cottastry have essar~illouly i spoveil in their art, awii in 11o liraug-li n. it have ti, v lirogressid h. 1u iiii as in ihe uegon-uiuitfaei of rock- ts, knlkl I-, that 11111.t1 1.rag huuutu-, acg-h yirryiin; a Sigil li-nt star :r, it fl5 5s- aloft, are . etiady ia iillagi, atnl 1-i hlkew-ist- tre tuge- which tii i1i out SIiuniung }olden cluti-!, that iii p .t 11,1 of fiery riin. 'I It slii1il g ugist a'gs il, to h n i sii n ii.-e blu-ast aii display, 1 hiim - i ac II', gig' Shriiuigh the air, 1 u iinuauui- by .!el wiishtliug which tail Ie hitaruI for The Dragon Rocket. 'I hr revolving drnai'nn rocket i i, 'h:irei-Ms teriy dragolls. w-ihi-uh rrniaii si, 1n 1 ini the air mot swiin i1' cireh , ii the iidist of colored fire,. 'I lie ie fiery abgnwhich Ills, ts thcy dassh ithwoula; tfi air, leaving tlagmigig traili lehind them, arc tiiite new and driilid ily impri rivre. \nother kiii-l of rogk4 t rclei-ses sinitil g iniously bevun tliunui. i-,elh carryingi 1irrie.:tited signal scats, which float ahigot -gil blrn in changing colors. A dozuen of gi1, -ort coist $144. lsne can spend a lot of ignuy sn a few fireworks iiowadays. Th t are even palig fireworks stow:a I uys tiguil nu' of thei.e is the s1,'4ke it. tSI r ea.i-" li- W h i irninug it Iiriiuiii-s ta argi i-li if gras-i. Yiui loin aatualiy il-c it --iw and prieiintly a lug .-irlgeit t-iiergi-u iii -ii it aini crawls tuliiig Slth earpit. It ig htai-iti': very amnusiiiic aig quite i-aft' if a nawn 5ierisin supcriiateuu-h thit herfiuri REFUSE TO RECOGNIZE UNION Councilmen at Bozeman Are Willing to Sign Scale, However. IJY ASOiA IiIi Viii JH S!M. 1 .1 ) 1 1. IIV I 'iiti Miii Ni 1A1. Ilonenian, July 3.--.1t the ,rriilar fo'net. iil of the city council last iight Alex Indcr Ireminan, repriesenttinL the lioxe man Labor union, app3nared and aiIked that the c(ouncil recognize lhe union and agree nn a schielule of $4.50 for a nine- hour 'lay. '1h. council went ,iºtn a cr ilmniiie of tii n hole and after much di bate leiii'ed Sn'i cc to the proposed Lsch.iule, but re fu.e I to recognize the union. This leaves a loophole for the i nlot. I(t of non-union ien, but If such are bir d a genu ral strike will certainly ce. ELEPHANTTWINS Ro'iance Is Dead, But Shamrock Ill Is Alive and Healthy. "Itig Iiz," the lady elephant of the Tins tack Zoo, at Sea Bleach Palace, C'oney Isl and, distinguished himself yesterday morn ing beyond all her siýters in captivity by giving birth to twins. (One of these diel lin hour later, but the other remains to comfort the gigantic Mrs. Elizabeth in her sorrow. 'I ie surviving baby elephant is a little anol-colored obhjct weighing about 0oo pounds. The one that died weighed less than zo0 pouwls. 'I he lii. member is a helf orphan, his father, '*noubo II, having lie! in Cleveland several month' ago or hlool poisoning. Elizabeth, the proud. but grieving mother, is a young matron of 30 years, weighing nearly two tons. She came (rain India. Dr. Amling, a veterinary of No. 3228 Park avenue, Manhattan, had been domlciled in one of the guests' rooms of Se Reach Palace in anticipation of the coining of the elephanu stork. Shamrock Ill is the name of the surviv ing infant. The fine that died hai been iveen the name of Reliance. Henry Tu dir, one of Ijostock's business managers r.iied them. Being an Englishman and patriotic, he called the first baby after Sir IIh iias Liiton's new cup challenger. Coney Island folk interested in the comn CopperCity Commercial Co. ANACONDA Clearance Sale OF SIJMMER DR[SS[S Mulls and Ladles' Neckwear A Swell Summer Dress $a.So and $3.5o for Applique Trimmings $1.95 95C Think of selecting a dt ti from those l 'nptolar new styI) in galinnn, Hand fint inlport It organti l s, dhirr Irnsa h apptl i e, with edges .i t medallion ef dititim ., hcn 1 iia uu dotlitd "wii sts, tai ea faa Is to mutch; in white, aert and Iar e tl l hat as l for l I id dI Arab: all the mostt tp to date i f this stripea ; every one .1 t a nd stil anth 41l% 0 i eti e trilmtit nn e th atn re a vart ty i lto ac froa. This it =a to, $Ja and up toi $3.S yard. surely a gre at snap. Make your se- All i aeli lctions catty A itti i $1. 95 Wl (ro Alt y..l / .. .95c of Ii yards I ur. .............. Silk Dotted Mull Ladies' Neckwear 48C 25C These are the kind hai l l it irr ugur ll hail o, are it 1 I of not lv imale tip stld fur 6 1 yil. They hane that sii Ia ink I low , pi ai1 silk hto.. i lits silk luster, with a salk e isanidsr I ilite sI ik awl i -ll lar It.t i tp dot ; all the gnuml enolot- to 8c to cue call. Your 954 choose tfria . Selling to-, yard s 48 oics i now for ................ Ladies' Neckwear $1.5o and S$ Neckwear 69c 95C Lot of silk nitoml bilea , silk egnt All ato, ftyi i t thi, toI tinily hroa ilered 4 a , i t . , all tew atw light v11 y sti he t I 11 a 1at stylishy those that sell fur $a t or antit Naa a t Iu wu .ly t"iam need I nd 4n , .............lt...a....69c 1 y tu t a 9.5c......... 95c $1.75 $3.90 For a neat dressy walking hat; light ior : hit t bu nte 1 t, male or dusk ahaal i all iew $1.7i . iv this $3. 90 of @3 spring 5.,. and s$l> 1...... 15 par y s.w a ia naea 1a11 a1.1U Copper City Corn mercia Co. Anaconda, Montana. inlt yV;iit races W( Iit' mmmli mimmncmrtilm ym i. im.ly wimmn thn y 1,.111.t1 tugt iticl.timnc mdl pjat c.l w.IN J. 1i4i VIII mmiiimnm th h tin Ily when tic ),o1.1 ;* Is. ,ly for tilt i te m'. I.nmly klimtshm 1th h:1s iromiejm till recomri N. vi r fimr iim h. ie twilt an m nmhmi 11 1. d t -' ,1+ " it w'Aii hn g . ~1 411 1111:mit1 tit I .ij.tptvmi y. Nmw m.\, Wi lI. I im CJujhimt Scommemthmmmu. 'I.i'I' 'Iim t h .16i . m,.i h 1.i i Ii ia. Iut ih dminm m I.ti m mini . A ln i ;.11.n ly 111411 I .a ;n :.Ilm l (0141h mii imt da shj mer! All t m i . yim i t 1 m kmi Fm s.mnepimnj mm' mm yout is 51.1i tIm Ikit im %mmiim mimi', Ito , ,ih jit I y nmI I'lilalia ij1i1 i flul lmtin. Promoted. "Smm iimdmy i . vyrmt iiih mmvi. W'mh'mn I kmnw hintmi L," was vi m ,. IIis only Ftmr:i"uti: in tih " ui.myj'. v'as tim' mmumt1-1m t him yr it lst 1tnhcr carritd i Il tiht revolutinn." .. aii, jii' 4mmtim W. m imlilatlimr has jm i n im tr mimitml' smume. ,\.mm jiu ixhibmits his sword mviw."- i'iimu l" jIhlia PrIt s. The Daly Bank and Trust Company of Anaconda Anaconda. Montana. General :iinking in all iraimlets. Sell exmhimnmy s on New York, I mimcago, St. Paul, (nahsil, San Franleisc~o, etc., and draw diurmt mn the jriumcipal cities of FEmnglitd, iFrance., 1mmlitml, iermamy and the F)rin'it. I i memmm tui frtm $i.um and upward receivcd. Correspondents Nationi! ('ity hank, New York; First Nm ' nit !:.. (liii'ag' ; tirst National hiink St. 'ani; O)imi;ia Nationtil antk, 0,I )mai; jimnik of California, San Irrau John 1I. Toole, president M. fl. Gimmnwood, vice presilentm Louis V. liLennett, cshier; F. C. Nmrijmck, at miitant canhier. Money Won Is Money Earned A Wefo play or a good bet can always be made lby the wire. They're Beating Us Hard Why can't you do it as well? Turf Exchange Pool Rooms Bar and Club Rooas In Connection. Main Street, Anaconda. THE- RAVALLI HAMILTON, MONT. JOHN S. MARSHRLL, Manager RI'Pev.NPD MRA 14 1 hit (l. iantly hut nijlid hotel is lo cat'l in the picturr*lte towi of llamilton in the beaulifaal Ilitter (loot Valley. Spc. cill (xcursion tickets, igciludin at llnhtto. (lations at the hItel, will lie on tale dl uring the suinnwr at Northern Pacific Ticket Of. iwei in Itutte and u Helena, aoid at Bi., A. & V. Oftace in Anacoa. I or rates and booklet aidress Juta a Griaenthwaite, Real 'lent Manager. Till RAVALI, HAMILTON, MONT. ...THE... Leland Hotel Anaconda's Popular Hostelry Cor. Main and Third Sts. Sample Rooms In Connection Commercial Patronage Solicited. Bryan Owsley, Prop. Anaconda, Mont. ALL'S WELL If You Board at a fIrst Class Restaurant. Try THE SUOCESS And Your Troubles and Cares Will Be In the Class THAT ENDS WELL Butte, Anaconda & Pacific Ry. Co. Passenger Time Table--May 3, 19o3. WESTHOUND. EASTUOUND. Local Leave Arrive Local Leave Arrive Trains. Butte. Anaconda. Trains. Anaconda. Itutte. No. a3-H., A. & P...... e:3o a.m. aou:s a.m. No. a-It., A. i P...... 8:oo a.m. 8:ss a.m. -No I-t., A . '.. a:a3 p..m. a:nS p.m. No.p It., A. & 1'...:as a.m. u:ao p.m. M: s-A'., A.&P..5. :00 p.m. 5:55 p.m. No. 6-Itl., A. & P.....a:o p.m. 4:15 pitn. No. 7-:ii.. A. & I'...a.o:55 p.m. it::o p.m. No. 8-B., A. & 1'.....61 pgm. ?;T pm,sna To make connections with Northern Pacific Railway Westbound trains at Durant, leave Anaconda is:as at. in., 3:20 p. in, and 6:15 p. m. To make connections with Northern Vaciilo Railway Eastbound trains at Butte, leave Anaconda at nt :Js a. m. and 6:35 p. m. To make connections with Great Northern trains at Butte, leave Anaconda at d6:1 p. in. To make connections with Oregon Short Line Railroad at Silver Bow, leave Anaconda as 3:ao p. m. 3ickets on sale at City Ticket Office Great Northern Railway, No. 41 slain street, Buttq and at Vaqsenger Stations, Butte, Anaconda & Pacifie Railway.