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INTER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA BUREAU
203 Main Street-Telephone No. 69-Advertising Rates Furnished on Application. KICKED IN FACE BY A BAD HORSE JAMES NORTON SUSTAINS SERIOUS INJURIES FROM VICIOUS BEAST AT WATERS'. SaCItAL TO T1na I1NTER MOUTAIN. Apaconda, July at.-James Norton, woeng on Waters' ranch was brought in 4ls mernijg for medical treatment for in juries sustained by kicks from a vicious horse. Norton was hitching the animal up at a late hour last night when it kicked him in the face, breaking several bones and disfiguring him badly. It was found that his condition is very serious. NUMBER OF CASES OCCUPY MIND OF POLICE JUSTICE Hayes Leotures Three Boys Charged With Stealing Baseball Shoes Mainville Can Postponed. SPECIAL TO THS INT.R MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, July ls.-In the police court yes terday, Mary Sutherland, the Mainville woman 'rrested on the charge that she had not paid tIer monthly fine, had her case postponed at the request of City Attorney Sawyer, who wished to look into the matter. Joe Deshond, a French swamper, was re leased. He had been arrested upon a charge 9f frequentlnlg houses of Ill-fame. George Sim oneau testified that the accused works steadily In his saloon. Harry Smith, taken up on a charge of ire quenting houses of ill.fame, was released. lie is at work on some mines near this city and his employer, John Ducey, testified as to his character. The three Ahall boys, Alike Murray, John Lavelle and Sennard Menlon, charged with stealing baseball shoes from the Strain depart ment store, were released, after Judge Asaycs had given them a severe lecture. DONE IN THE DISTRICT COURT Minor Matters Occupy the Attention of Judge Napton. Anaconda, July at.-In the district court yes. terday. in the matter of the estate of I). A. Collins, deceased, an order for the sale of the real estate was signed by Judge Napton. In the case of A. K. Plrescott against Mlorgan Thomns, a motion to retax the costs was agreed to and the defendant was given permission to Ale new memoranda. Prescott has 4o days in which to make ready a motion for a new trial ANACONDA BRIEFS A. D. T. messenger-prompt, reliable. A marriage license was issued yester day to C. Hammerstrung and Miss liatta Kirby. "Windy" Ryan, charged with mayhem on Pat Walton, has paid a fine of $So and been discharged. Cole Campbell of Butte is here on busi ness. Miss Judy Ann Craig of Butte is in the city. James V. Collins left this morning for Seattle, where he goes on business. Mr. Collins expects to be gone for several days. Ladies, you need some dainty stationery and calling cards, and we fdrnisb just that sort. Inter Mountain oflice, No. aoj Main street. Anaconda. Judge Fitzpatrick left on the early morn ing train for Butte. He will go to Seattle and other coast points before returning to Anaeonda. Mr. O'Brien of the proofroom of the Standard Publishing company has gone to Hunter's Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shyrock are at Hunter's Hot Springs. Miss Annie Samuels has gone to Town send to visit relatives. A. A. Campbell of Helena was here yes terday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Bert Torhbet of Stuart, a girl. No meeting of the board of education was held last night, as a quorum could not be obtained. Growing Old Gracefully -and Healthfully The infirmities of old age are sucuccessfully combated by the use of pNHEUSER-BUsep1 -The Food.Drink. Its tonic properties are invalua ble to those who are weak nursing mothere, little children and the aged. An druggist. .n it. Pr pard by the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n St. Louis, U. S. A. MEeHANIeS We carry a complete up-to-date line of Mecbanics' Tools and Builders' Hardware Your Patronage Solicited. Hardware n naconda..eopper Diparrm.tt,. Mining 'ot ,. . Butte, Montana CHIEF OF ANACONDA LOSES HIS HEAD Leader of the Police Department Is Ousted by Mayor Frinke-Lively Council Meeting. SPECIAL TO Tiet INTER MOtNTAIN. Anaconda, July ai.-Last night's session of the city council, with Mayor John W. Frinke in the chair, was one of those lively ones which put brown burned spots on. the roof of the city hall. The mayor had his war paint on; so did some of the councilmen, and it looked for a time as if a few personal encounters would be the result of the session. Mayor Frinke took occasion to attack the fire chief and his men, and Aldermen Fleming. Carrihbr and Layton got their share of the evening's entertainment. Fire Chief Mentrum and the aldermen each in their respective turns "got back" at the mayor. No Bones Broken. The council finally adjourned and went into exenttive session without any bones being brokan or scalps lost, save the scalp of Chief of Police William Taylor, who feil before the fire of the mayor. William Powers, for many years a pa trolman, dropped serenely into the boots of the chief of police, and Barney Fitz patrick, another of the old police force, climbed into the stall left vacant by the resignation of Assistant Chief of Police Frank O'Brien. Both men were confirmed by the council. Insofar as the general run of things are concerned it seems that the council is against the mayor in his determination to put the present fire department out of commission. The aldermen voted steadily against his selection for the various posi tions in the fire department. For New Department. Mayor Frinke announced in the begin ning that he intended giving the city a new department, with the exception of the position of fire chief. Those who ate looking outt for the in terests of the department understood, how ever, that in the event of the firemen be ing confirmed it would not be long until Btob Mentrum's head would drop into the 'basket along with his men, and this they don't propose to see. There are those, and many of them, who are glad to know that William Powers is chief of police, since there was no way of preventing a change, and there are as many more who are glad to know that Barney Fitzpatrick is to wear the star of assistant chief. Mayor and Fire Chief at It. Early in the evening Mayor Frinke called to Fire Chief Mentrum and to Street Commissioner Brolin to take seats within the railing, so that they might he there to explain, should there be any thing wrong with the bills belonging to their department. The fire chief and the street commis sioner went within the railing. Mayor Frinke, picking up a newspaper, asked the fire chief if the list of city property contained within the fire station was a correct and itemized list of all of the property there. Fire Chief Mentrum said that he did not know whether the paper's list was a copy or not. The mayor asked whether the chief could get a copy of the list and the fire chief answered that he might. Then Mayor Frinke asked the fire chief whether or not he owned the buggy which is used by the chief. The chief replied that he not only owned the buggy personally but the har ness as well. Mayor Frinke then asked: "Why didn't you give an itemized list of that to the assessor ?" "1 did," answered the chief. The mayor snapped: "You didn't and I have the assessor in the hall to prove it." Explains His Position. Fire Chief Mentrum endeavored to ex plain his position. lie said he had never paid taxes on his harness and buggy so long as he was using it as city property and that he, therefore, had not expected to this year. Alderman Cariher said the council chamber was not the place for the mayor to indulge in personalities: that if he had a personal feeling against the fire chief, then there were other places aside from the council chamber to take action on theml. SFrinke said the matter was not a per sonal one at all: that he wanted things dune according to law. Said the alderman: "If you have charges to prefer against the fire chief, file them and give us a chance to decide the matter. Don't resort to personal abuse here." "Well, the charges will le filed in due time, don't worry," answered the mayor. Mayor Frinke added: "Gentlemen, I want to show you what kind of a fire chief you have. There's not a man in the fire house who has been confirmed. There are some there who are not Ameri can citizens." All Are Citizens. Chief Mentrum jumped to, his feet and said: "There is not a man in the depart ment who is not an American citizen." "On()e of them has been naturalized with in the past two weeks, hasn't he? An swer that question," said the mayor. "I' dosn't know about that, sir. My fire department is not in politics," retorted the chief. "Well, you haven't confirmed a man down there. They've lhera there for a year. some of them, without confirmation. You, don't want them cutifirmed in order that you can have them at your mercy. 'You want to fire them whenever you can without bIringing it before the council. Why ldon't you give them an chance-put them on a level with yourself so that they can h:ave a show? You w"i't give .t white manal chance." Fire Chief Mentruim quickly responded: "Mr. Frinke, if you have any charges to prefer against me put them in writing. I'm not on trial and I (don't care to be abused in a council chamber where you are presiding officer. There has not been a man in my department who has not had a chance. It's not my fault that these men haven't been confirmed." Alderman Schwend Speaks. During the early moments of the coun cil murting a bill for $Jo, put in by City Attorney Sawyer for stenographer's fees, caused Alderman Schwend to speak. Mr. Schwcnd remarked that lie was the "watchdog"' of the Sixth and that so far as he is conlcerlned he didn't propose to see money expended in that way; he thought the bill should certainly not be pail. The aldermen voted to allow it. Other bills, considerable in number, were read separately and allowed by tlhe cousncil. Mrs. Thomas McAndrews, through her attorney. Alex Mackel of Butte, filed a claim against Anaconda city for $7,5oo, alleged to be due, owing to her receiving an isnjury through the allegsed negligence of the city in maintaining a defective side walk at No. an207 East Front street. The council tabled the claim. Mayor Seeks Light. Mayor Frinske wanted to know why the Sells & Downs show had not paid the reg ular circus license amounting to $is5. lic said the treasurer had collected only $3o. City Attorney Sawyer explained that the ordinance calls for a license of $ras front circuses and menageries-that this aggregation advertises only as shows and that in consequence he had taken all he could get. Mayor Frinke said the county had collected $Sas and that the city should have that amount. Said thie mayor: "1 think that outfit was a circus and we should have had more. I saw a good many of you aldermen there. What do you think about it? Say, Mr. Fleming, wasn't that a circus?" Mr. Fleming replied that he wasn't in attendance. "Mr. Clinton, what do you think about it? Wasn't that a circus?" Alderman Clinton looked serious for a few moments and replied: "If that Sells & Downs affair wasa cir cus I'm an awful poor judge," and then the first laugh of the evening was had. Mayor Takes the Floor. Mayor Frinke here called President Lepke to the chair. The mayor then said: "I want to tell you gentlemen something concerning these alpointments. 1, as mayor, should have something to say re garding them. "Some time ago I invited the democrats to meet me. They did so and then and there we fixed tip the appointments. They were all agreeable. I understood that we would have everything running nicely and when we met in the council chamibers you democrats turned me down." Alulerman l.ayton sprang to his feet with the assertion that the mayor never haid called him into a conference and that he had never had a conference with himn at all. Mayor Frinke explained that he had beenl ulnalle to find Mr. l.ayton, but that the other democrats had agreed to stand with him on the appointments. The democrats contend that the mayor misstated the facts and that they had lived uip to all agreements until the mayor went back oil them. Object to Interruption. Alderman Cariher insisted on being heard. lie told the mayor that he must demand a hearing: that when he got through he would give tile mayor an op portunity to talk, but that so long as he had the floor he did not want to be inter rumpted. The incident passed without' blood eling shed, however. Mayor Yrinke here proceeded with his appointments again. He nominated Will iam Powers for chief of police. The nomination was confirmed by the follow. Ing vote of 7 to 5. Ayes-Adler, Collins, Jacobson, I.epke, lawler, Nagle, Schwend. Nays-Cariher, Clinton, Fleming, Lay ton, MacDonald. Mayor Frinks nominated Barney Fitz patrick. This appointment was confirmed by the following vote of mx to t. Ayes Adler, Clinton, Collins, Fleming, Jacob son, L.epke, Lawler, Layton, MacDonald, Nagle, Schwend. On Mat +McDonough's appolntmgst for fireman the vote stood . ta. 4t. against. .\C." - Adler. Collins, Jacobson, Schwend. N .y*- Cariher, Clinton, Fleming, Lepke, l.it ler, Layton, MacDonald, Nagle. I he appointment of Jerry O'Ncal for firemlin was rejected by a vote of A to 4. A>r.,. Adler, Collins. Jacobson, Schwenl. 'tin e. c'arriher. Clinton,. Fleming, Le.pke, I ..,tl . Layton, Macdonald. Naglc. Lost, 8 to 4. T'hI o vote on 1lob Ervine for assistant 'if oof the fire department was lost by the t ,I of 8 to 4. Ayes--Adler. Collins, .I. n oi-,. Schwend. Nays--Cariher, Clintoni, fI , nng. Iepke, l.a.tler, layton, Mt.e' 1 It.alt. Nagle. lie vite on the eontin'atlion of Art htr S.iidl ftor patroilmnat was l.st by a vote Sto .1. Ayes---Adler. Collins, Jacobson, .ti -Catiher. liinto. Ileitinl , .tLepke, Sllhr. Lay)ton, Miacidonald, Nagte and iS end. I he vote oil the appoilntment of Erick".n Ir eirtman resulted in antothter turn down I Stoi 4. Ayes-Adler, Collins, Jacobsoin, chtsend. Nays-Cariher, Clinton. Fle. , lepke, lawlor. layton, IMacdonall, Ithe vote on the a;ppointnenl t of 'l eat y t'r firemanli resulted in a turn down at si. luii time lIaw hr voted for contiriatio n, ti" ver, making it 7 to 5. lhe vote on I eorge Ilrtubich resulted it tnly Adler, Collins and Jaicobston vtlltng f r conitirttiat ion. the vote on John t (wetis for the posi In i of fireman resulted in its Ibring tlrned d".% n by a vote of 8 to 4. Adler, t ollitt, .i "Ibsoit and Schwend voting for thie ap pn nlte. i h appointlment of (George linker for ttlitman and Charles I'hilipson for city clik were each turnted down. Clinton vtel toir lBaker, as did the four regtulars. I .,kc voted with the four regulars on the ail.tit ient of PI'hilipsot for clerk. For sliet cittilissiitnrr William \Weis was tut nid down by the regular vote of 8 to 4. Trouble Over a Bill. M\1ayor Frinkt called attention to the fart Ilhit a hill had been put in for work itd ne by J. I'. Stagg. lIe wanted to know r Alh.eirman Fletming what it meatnt. The al hirt.,ii S.aid that his teami had done the i,.t1, amI that he had put the hill in the ntile .f Mr. Stagg. \.tt1.I won't sign the wsarratit, I a. tIi y3uti, aiil the mayor. "i',t will sigh it. sir. I'll see , tlthat," in..i vrl Mr. llentiig with appatntit in th n.tlin . Alt.hilan Mtactlnall, the cha:irman of the t.znnmittee oil gamhling., rt,.itqsted fr t'. r timet to n stke ait, invt'tigatliit, whichl STRICT REGULATIONS ON DISEASE AMONG CATTLE Rumors of Malady in Stock in the Deer Lodge Valley-Rules Every Stockman Should Follow. tli Al. II) 1 111. INII Mtiii'NlAIN. n., a: I , Juily -it (itii rs ti diiaii cat ih it, the lir er ,In,ge v.ally have ;alh., the tnn, I in a n t h lf lt k lal.mari ito thIe l. lliCl rtgi. lla. tI mII. I . nit the m iae v'telrini nll. llhese I l,. l, be kl wn . tl i C rly catllh lwnet, a, they r ~v1' e hlin a It o1 trtouble. hen o toatle vtrinll ill'l iold r i.s the ...is.a i ,t by J:Uti(, , \ il,,,n, i'nited .,Stae., ,w..'nte. ,lIv Ui gr , c ulturerj, and i. .s followy ' mI n ri er nill n li. leni i oi f . Ini lly ii iand tr.i I srllatuin itlr t ll r . I the lIll -1n d .itsai,. . k i a iii a n d i tell aIll n i i t I ii in Ii o fi t h e I. ,Ulltiun%, for the nnpprr.ov. lll of i xtnp.lll s t-un tt contagioi altnd idll us I dI i tlealii I llall.l dl sti Ia in lliinui ll itn t lhe ' iltl I l tii aed Marii uon, atl.ii lotice is herabygiulvenl that a ctulagiolli daelse knowli ait siailen ,, the (1 .i1d Stales lyllag west of Ihe ( M ,', ' ,I 1 river ail d l e 1..I ,,.l n ll l 'I..l u l, y i I .lala It ., ttl. ilna i lt ordear to prv, lt the dl lllen nla i, l, lthe l vly Crnln u II catle wt ihill and l tl u 1. a,'ove idcranbed ailren b llol untlry u ,hall b Iirt vt'lrnd y y thre ufollo uR i la iihlllon,: I il t atll I l that al e satlhcteld willih a l in d. e. ir Ithat have been rXl).a,'al to a cii an :,,:,11. hall not Ibe mouv lld ir l I llowelv toi ]i r, 1 i ne sll all oul r teltllory iuo anothe i, .- nul n'L herwillfillr provided. i, l at111 il ale llet teid will l ic aliat l or .ex .- 1 t Ith . clnt ionl thetreof may be Nhpllp.r d ill iln. iui niat. iue ugher when itennporte, li t t,,, . beating a placard on rckh ilde wtllh fhle w ,l i " tall l.ly c.,lei" i ln pha lly visible letters, sanl pli.l rd a to be salix cd i .y tie railroad c'm p ~. , or thiey u.ldy I)be ralnspolrtei d by boat wcLii llhyi cattle are t ot cl.u sd n iccn tciu s.nw; till. Said C(attle whlen unladelld,,l oen rl, IIe or at d(t lation shall not ile hrougtit ill ,ntlact with healthy callttle. At whatever aa,, 'i such cattle are uiloadedr they shaell he yi ' II I lp'l.' I scttl ed b la a thl e t excl tusve use u "l t catti, anld entirely s.eperated Irhuanl otlll i ali, pensIt, or elsel the pen shall bel Ill S11i ,a111ty cleaned and dibsincted ISler lthe ct tl, al"r niut.iellc and, beforei being uagain used clhit d When any cattle afw lifcted with lor i" l', li to lclabirt iare oulllndc in anly ltock y I,1 thy silil bc klept si ipaate ,from hcalth im I lni shall nrot I.b pierhltted to leave the y:a rt epti for slaughtlliler, runless they are first di,1, 1 in nccordance with there regstinltuils. Fi tuh 1 -- tilel in trhe Ilabove des.trlrd l, . ti, ofi thle unlltry tlhat are not a'llected willth sl .bl-, viand halwve o uli reen exposd to P ils cnttIIonl maliy iie moved wllithout restricction,l ex(,t y vl a may ble provided by other regula tin ollf th department or such as may be I itflly imlpiosed by the "autht riticv of the I.,. I irrlitry to which destined. att le a-l Ii, ti ~ will ila li ts or Cexposed to i lt con c-i.: tIu, ltay not ie shipped or trailed out iof tv tlti. or territory until the. y have la . n diipe in snoe prelparation alpprovd l by thi Ii. tlment. UIntil otherwise direcled th li me al 'uillhir dip, marde in the proportoln of as pI.... of flowers .. sulphur ind i6V. pounds ili o ifD rul ltle to ri gallons of water and c:'l, I l AfTecte d rattlle Shall e lgiven two u p; oni.t, ithi i interval oif o to i I d ys it ', l Ispeltlr, ol f iti l nu r o.f alnin l ali hs :n,'; will, upon rlequest, give ct rtihcaes for 1ch1 1and upon, insplectimon to be ftr.: rom if 'I Its' and not to have been 'xplos ,) to c. yi" an. d r for o thiline that have eln satlls (,, ,ry dipped under their lupe-rvislon. .ih leanit g Un disintectlon shall be b tiuly lit removing all itter and manure SI i n Isa turatling l the iterisr C urface of thte ci and the woodwoCrk, waori l. strnd ground o i ,1, chuteS , nleys a l pens withh a 5 i per c 1uta iau of crude crfolic acid in water, with alits nil t lime to show where it hal been alf v.nth-1'iolutiatn of this order Is punish. f, by a ine of not less than ;too nor more tl "i $ f,,x)n , or by imprisonment not x tceeding ltr' y.tar, or by both line an imprisonmcenlt. About eighteen months ago Mr. W. S. Mlanning of Albany. N. Y., widely known in trade circles an s the representative of the Al.lany Chemical Co., was suffering fronm a protracted attack of diarrhoea. "I tried thnwb erlain's Colic, Cholera and l)I arrhoca Remedy," he says, "and obtained unlcdiate relief. I cheerfully recomr 1n sd this medicine to those similarly afw fluted." Sold by Paxson & Rockefeller , ,.hro Drug Co., Christie & Leys and I N'ewton liros. NORTHERN PACIFIC SUNDAY EX. CURSION TRAIN STARTS. Next Sunday the Northern PadiAo will In. augurate their Sunday excursion train service it, i n ir I leave Butte each Sunday at err ving at Butte at y.P. i, Spec ii rat to all pornts ood on this train oly, or pat. ticu sra cal on or wr te~t. MERRIMAN. G. Oneral Agent Northern .'a Pci Reawag REDUCTION BOARD IS NOW AT WORK COUNTY EQUALIZERS RECEIVE PRO TESTS AND MAKE SEVfRAL CHANGES. NII.tIALI I iIIll INTil hii t NT"i A iL. \naclula. July .*t.-1 T'he heoard of reatnt (aist ins titn cin t sesion'i all day aid 1I.a4 r:cr'ivctd si\rril rqilclst' Ior rucltiiuio of ti. ri aid chaiie. iii issesiment. I ort~al, . usicc.ll l'.icl s t In jpicrty Ihi Ilningia toi I. N. l itoluasl c ii caniiccltd. I.i I1" dt1t1iuItrlatd that ht htad phal prI r Ito 'hN.ieru r a. m t on l t 7. tlthck 27, last achlilion, ca h alrel h, '1,rlh· leylan. was tran, Ir.lltt'errle to C hi lli trnil ua, i it .s I tlInil thall hll ito hIe iifhlliul iIer. "li'e fi.h.ihun clililolllllhi iuiitil %,s iti'l c-rivs l frtll the A.ni co .la ti .lll ,l rllt i. clla;nlts' a.,.siatio,i. siM.,l by II. FI. ty, lire.h'uln, iit1ni I". WI, llairiusiln, sect..iary: Iio the llllhon, .h.lit lhtrilr of lln to ly niiii ni1n1uiiilrrs iif lIcr I lgi', S.illtn ia a lhiard uIf '.s1 hilit ,ion1: \H . Ili' maiIter sunistei. rcusiulst ltisxiuverM of lI )rr I odge cilouty. rpih flolly y ,lshow tr yollll r lonti r attlc Iiily that the a'.irisor of Ileer I oilge ciou-- tll'y hut slsessell i el l te ra;t awl jieriu.tial pIroperly of the cotlly fur mlllllrs than t wice its actual cash valut; that thlt property of I. cr Il.lile cliultlly clht ll ult now le sidhl hr lit all uiitii of tlih alei lll s ieint of in that thll tasesiuir hais Itrell lil ln ssarrntieidly itncrrascst the asacusei'l vilhit tlnil of the ii roperly, odt hy rC3Rilsn of stlch ittrcased halia tilss sl thIaiyrra no l)rrrI Iii.ige citis, lly wituihl ti, coilplhi t II pay at Ieist twitjc thc aitoutIllt oIll stall llllt pais for tlhi year tli al utl lltearly twirc as lulttch llstat Ii. us asily iittlllu uiiiity ill thu stat' liii+. un htu r sie sattilutiol of prif tritl.r, "A\I , 1 i th u lhly pI lt tii n ysiutr 11u sihralhih limo rt Il ii rellfutc t li .'.c. mtll i..I t, that thII ilunlic tiuay lt ii. t lllt. ly ilnl jii i tui tse thu isaiii i, a' I . r thi ' y i l r i ,a, -, u' i le l w hise t I ir , ,li ,r t y h a '. I i i ii s ,i i u a runi s u s i t s v , halii isn euuliiicte thuat iu..tiialtubi itisits tmay le jutl.lliual, itlit viar g th i.t liit tinr l ls ro ily iu t sl l ss;. 'l.lllsi ill lslit I " I ,I.'. I hlit.n iti actiuual cis.h valti'. T. J, Kc'lhy, I cr'.ii h'it if th l A. I II, usk-u Ithat thuii l..1'l lrl sti t sit llii llrolllle r)y Iti cth lngd fr itl $it i,,l i i $. ,ou .ll. I. S . .sliu~hi asks that hliii i piri-rty hi n''.'.s'l at $ui, ini-tusl ut $Stsi. Aiul st i ites. Puts'.. I uarsI li hitn ,ssu I ts Is-ar cviiu 4u i'iii deit iittllllUinlog thii nl'.-lss iiit . liiSh SlI the isarl, I li t ri tlih' ash, me.niiiii iif a tilupaiyir'i tiroili urty, Ih ti y stuas ' .a l t i i t ' 01tiiirijt i'usist, i hi . t ;siwyir.i t sty that wh nti ttt- hboar rite cis i-' the aist. tu ,,, it its th til it i- s ,uttis t.uit ly ti thu sits u, l ti' h iuattur it it tll 'l. C illliy A'ssi'.s'cr Is vnsuilgiiii has lihl the ftlhtwiuni tcrtuthu.ti-a il gutuld istin-titions its ruI-tl ti lii a:suti sit ii lruiity it "I, N. i. ILiviii l , o ilas l hses-oilr if h c ,r I uu11u u i nii v slut s ,t'-u Ii th I lih - t w c ii it h liis i Nlt i, .I ,,y int M ,r h th y I h l iiiiiil M umiih y i ui I lsl, liii I tu;ut " uit.s ,litil., it iliyllily5 ailiil ieaililiiinat iln tI i (irtrinii alt thi., ullp.- y its iilhi th.I- cu.nisity uuiljilct ti t i:s' sul iriut biy isii. tii1 that thI saiiii ha'. tiu I U iassie it iiti thi jhitlsi siiu-iit, iilfisroiatiisl o isil Ii .lihf itt iii fsill ia-lu vs;liiu ; si Ih ;ta I li;si d f;iihfiully rUiluti.ut wilt ill ii11 tIh tiii- . ioiil~ .1 un iht' ;iis'.iussc iiilltihr t it- ri s u w las' iiiil th:it I luivi- iit il -i I t117 iuy u tjwiu. hr douliiliti nl i-l-in ll l , thtittu tih ai i il iir ill will sir ithirticsi , i.so aii llm uut lilly iiiie iii i'srlli•i a jus-.t illti 'ittu il as si llt 't thri-ouii1 , favor wr ewurt ti otihsrwl.e. °"N, I'. I.l,.VI+N(Musitll" "Suhb lcrilb,, aii, swornlil h loi, in t. his Illh s lay of July. isnI. *+( "iiiiiiy I trek. "ily J. AI.I,:XANIIIlI, lDipuitiy." EIGHTEEN CLIPS SOLD ON GREAT FALLS MART High Price Is 17 Cents, and More Than 500,000 Pounds Are Disposed of at a Fair Average. ,I, ' AlA. I11) ie: INf ,Nll MII 'NIATN. (IIet Falls. July as. A ttal ofI 51,lMM,,o iltidi of wIo wa~s hrl ion the l'cal laslkel Itoday, ai sI lip'.. The hiI'ghest price war 7c, the low st 14';,: ian the averageil, 15.84l. 'lihe sales were s folliows: James NMturta ti Itarrncrliluglh, 3J, o poitllids, at s6Ysc. Carmichael Itrotlhels to Plutnliam, 4'ol0Ia ponifs, , at 15tic. Walker & Weber 1o llaraclaugith, a2,,0ll poutlnld at Ic. i.Walker & linht to llai raci'aitug, i i,uon p lush at 14 st.. W. ,. Davis to Il'nllnllm, lit,i lpiIndlllllls at S('Nill & ,tapllrc to II,, II ,ll. s,lt1J Ipounds at 14 a(. Mlanll-t lirllhrre to Livingslton, 13J,lrxI llpounds at 16i'. 'I . WI. LJuce to lailelonIi, saw,0 ,I poundils at Sati ll ue uI I atesnaol, I l il poundls at 4it lc. J. H. ltlipaltitk t, li.atrnan. 3,lilw p.oilns A' uhnm & Perkins to Isatemnan, ison' pouind ait 1!a;e. Stowe lirtlitrs toi 'letrrs, 4M0, lpouinds at Jaslll Ii. ' uriiur to Ilarracinugli, al,a". at 16c. it, (nlikey llrolhrs to llolhin, 8,,), pouInda at t'c. F. I!. MrVse to 'lilayer, .'p'o> pllunds at sie. M. Watra:.hi to Ioiviniugtu, 13,0)1 pounds at iS5c. ('owen & Co. to Putnam, 150,000 pounds at 16%c. L. Il.alock to 'J hayer, 27,00o poundsl at 17e. POPULAR EXCURSION TO WONDER LAND. Arrangementis lihve just been completed by the Nrtherl Placific to ruin an excursion to thite yllowstonle Natlional ipark, July jr, learv ing t llle I it 11:401 a. Ill. Fare fur hii round trip, $42.60, includling sleepilng car berth, rail. radl trlllusportatiun, a trip through the park in the Coencrd coachie of the Park T''ransporta. tion compalllny, all nleals en ruute and accom. nwolations at the Association hotels in the park. Sleeping car reservations should be madle early in ordlr that accommodation mally be privided for all. Fur full particulars, sleep. ing car space, etc., call on or write W. II. Merriman, general agent. Butte, Anaconda & Pacific Ry. Co. Passenger Time Table--July 13, 1903. WESTBOUND. EASTBOUND. Local Leave Arrive Local Leave Arrive Trains. Butte. Anaconda. Train. Anaconda. Butte. No. i-B., A. & P...... o:oo a.m. w:ss A.m. No. a--., A. a P...... m:lol.m. gas a.m. No. 3--i., A. & P...... .:oo p.m.,. Iss p.m. No. --B., A. & P......u:iaja.m. i:p.m. No. 6U... A. & 1'...: . . ii in. No. 6--., & P n..... 4: p.m. 4:l1rPn. TN o make connection with Ntlurn l'clle Ralway, w o d train at .murant v Anaconda at it:is a. m. and 4 pq.t m, To make connection with Great Northern Railway trains at BIutte, eiave Anacona , at 4:00o . 1., .. . : To make connection with Qjggea,$ h rt Line Railway, at ,Siver Dew, leave Anaconda at 41Ticket on sale at City Ticl Qid( Great Northerr Railway), 41 Main street, Buats and at piasanier station of the u tte, A4toada & P&IGO Ailwtuy, ANANCONDA ADVERTISEMENTS THIE RAVALLI HAMILTON. MONT. JOHN I. MRRSHRIALI, Masager RBOPIBNBO MAY I4 This elegantly furnished hotel is les cated in the picturesaiue town of ilamiltoe in the beautiful Ilitter Ioot Valley. Spea cial rarursiaot tickets, including accommOs datiosu at the hotel, will be on sale during the summer at Northern I'aciic Ticket Of. fice, in Itlutte andi Ilelena, and at D., A. & P'. Oflice in Anaconida. For rates anad booklet address James CGtisenthwaite, Roeal dent bManager. TnI RAVALIl, HAMILTON, MONT. ...THE... Leland Hotel Analconda's Popular Hostelry Cor. Main and Third Sts. Sample Rooms in Connection Commercial Patronage Solicited. Bryan ewsley, Prop. Anaconda, Mont. The Daly Bank and Trust Company of Anaconda Anaconda, Montana. General hanking in all Iarnnrherq. Sell erxclhanieu on New York, (liclugo, St. Paul, (tilahal, San Francisco, etc., atil diaw dliirc on the prnl, cilal csli, of lEnglandl, I san.ce, Iraelad. (;..ny 1a.l the (lh ieI t. I lelualtls rumll hi.uo ant, uplwasd cclivcd., Cerrespondents National City hank, New York: First Nation:al bnk. ( Ih I oin; IFir .t National hank St. Piaul; l)tlah.a Natidual hank, OiialIu; Ilanik of Calituilia, Sain laIso Cisco. John R. T.oe, preildent; M. II. C;re.nrwooMd, vice prerideh.t. .I ,os V. ltiointt, alisher; r . C. Nurblck, as. sitailnt cashlua. Money Won Is Money Earned A anfo play or a goutl hbt crla alwLay I i atiinlo by thu wire. They're Beating Us Hard Why can't you do it as well? Turf Exchange Pool Rooms Bar and Club Roosea In Connectios. Main Street, Anaconda. BUTTE FIRM SAID TO BE BANKRUPI PROCE=EDINGS ARE INSTITUTED TO HAVE KING & MORRIS SO DECLARED. IN THE FEDERAL COURT Three Creditors Sign Petition Alleging That Firm Has Been Really Bank rupt for Throe Months. P'rccsdlings were insltilutedl in thie fedl er:ial ,iul t iay Ito hai:ve the firie of King & M,rris, coiposedl of J. P. Kiing and (harles Morris, enga;:cld in the saloons business, 'nark and Moiluntaa, declared in voluntary ,bankrupts. Kick & Cliinton, repre.nting it nunlcer of creditors, filed it petition in involun. tary lianikruiptiy with the clerk of the court and the usual sulplioenaes were issued call. ing lupon the firm to show cause why the pruoccedings should not go through. It is alleged in the petition that the firm has been bainkrupt for at least four months and Ithat last May it assignK.i its assets to the firn of Stromberg & Mullins making tlhem preferred creditors. It is asked that this aasignmntit be set as.ie. The creditors petitioning to have the firm adjudged bankrults and the amount of their claims are: II. (allic, $S89.3r; louis S. Colihen, $6,.75; Frank Comme* $156.23. Excursion Rates to Gregson Springs. Every Saturday hereafter, until further notice, the II., A. & P. Railway will make the following round-trip rates to Gregson Springet Anaconda to Gregsoq and return.......... soo Uutte to Gregson and return................ e Tickets good on all trains from noon Satur. days until noon Mondays. Tom Moore Sentenced. Li.vingston, July as.-T-om Moore, con victed of criminal assault on Mrs. II. Hlos., was today sentenced to pay a $1s,oo fine or work it out in jail at the rate of $a per day.