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TO BE PREVALENT GOVERNMEJNT WILL VIGOROUSLY ENFORCE LAWS IN REGARD TO TOBACCO STAMPS. PURCHASERS ALSO LIABLE tMan Who Buys Tobacco From Package Other Than the Original May Be Imprisoned and Fined. Helena, Aug. 5.-Deputy collector of in ternal revenue, J. W. lathaway, has re ceived word from the acting commissioner of internal revenue at Washington that after November i vigorous efforts will he msade to prosecute violators of the tobacco laws in the northwest. It is said that many dealers are selling tobacco out of the original packages. The law applies to snuff and cigarettes as well as to smoking and chewing tobacco. The purchaser of such goods is also liable to arrest and prosecution under the law, although this is not known to the general public. Anyone buying tobaccos sold outside the law may be fined not to exceed $So, or imprisoned not to ex ceed six months. The internal revenue men say that many jobbers and small dealers are taking to acco from the stamped packages and selling it in other and smaller packages, unstamped. tHeavy Penalties. For this offense dealers and jobbers are liable to heavy fines and years of im prisonment. The government agents are said to have discovered that the law has been observed with great laxity in Montana and will vigorously prosecute all offenders iromn now on. The officials wish to impress upon the public that any one buying tobacco from an unstamped package or case is liable to arrest and imprisonment, whether he violates the law knowingly or not. PREPARING FOR A RECEPTION Womans' Home Missionary Society Will Entertain Noted Preacher. At a meeting of the Womlans' ,Mission ery society of St. Paul's M. E. church, 'South, yesterday. several important things were arranged for. One of these was the reception of Rev. Dr. Seth Ward of Nashville, Tenn., who will be in the city this month ; another was the bazaar ahich the members of the church have decided to holl in the city about the middle of September, while yet another thing decided on was to give an oentertainment and social Mlonday night at Good Templars' hall, West Broadway. The entertainment will be free to the public. Songs, instrumental music and recitations will enter largely into the pleas ore of the evening. Those in charge of the entertainment will be Mrs. Hunter. Mrs. KCenddll and Mrs. Murray. A committee was also appointed to ar ra'nge for the reception of l)r. Seth Ward w~hen he arrives. Those aplpointed in cluded Mrs. Ilolman, Mrs. Mudge, Mrs. ISkelt n, Mrs. Rickards and Mrs. Morrow. BIG CHARITY BALL TONIGHT Event Under Auspices of the Clerks' Union Promises to Be Success. The charity ball will be given at Co lumbia gardens tonight. This ball is for the purpose of raising funds for the Asso elatcd Charities of this city and is under the auspices of the Clerks' Protective anion. It has been arranged with the street railway line to donate aS per cent of the fares to the charities and the entire re ceipts of the ball will be turned over to that organization. Everything indicates that the ball will be one of the most enjoyable ever given in iuttte. Those designated as patronesses include lfetdamtes M. i,. Cunningham, Alice Itoache, Ruth Burton, F. S. Mitchell, C. HI. M.ore, A. S. Christie, John Noyes, J. S. Ilammond, J. M. White, D. J. Ilen nsessy, W. W. Checly, J. R. \Vharton, W. c('c. White, E. S. VWells, Henry Mueller, F. s) ppcnhcimer, Harry Symonds. I. J. clfatton, J. D. Slemons and the Misses adatt;e Ober, Mac Pfouts, O'('cnner, Engle, Sm)the., Harman. Mullen and Miss Marks. PRETTY WOMAN ON STAND [Witness in the Jett and White Trial Contradicts Others. BY Ab(Ot IArTI:D PRtBI s. Cynthiana, Ky., Aug. S.-In the Jett and RVh'te trial today the defense placed Mrs. .uhl South, sister of Judge Hlargis, on the stand: Site Contradicted Miss Emma Clark, who testifiedtl for the commonwealth, and cur roborated other witnesses for the defense in placing Curtis Jett near the tree in the courthouse yard after the first shot was Fired. Judge James Hargis was placed on the stand. lie sadd he saw Ewen running and harc'*t fall and saw Curtis Jett on a street corner ntear a tree after the shoot Ing. lI, said Sheriff Callahan was in the store and he prevented Callahan from Igoing out. Aftlerward witnees sent for Ewes to talk lbott ths' murder. MEIHaN ICS We carry a complete up-to-date line of Mechanics'- Tools and Builders' Hardware Your Patronage Solicited. Hardware A2naconda eopper Department Mining eo. Butte, Montana BUTTE PRIESTS ARE PLEASED Loca) Fathers Pay High Tribute to the New Pope. Catholic pricets throutlghut the city ex press themselves as pleased with the elec tion of Cardinal Sarto as Pope Pius X. Several of the clergy have a personal ac qttain!ance with the new pope and speak of him as a man of tine temperament. pos sessiiin that geutlt strcttgth that is almo.st irre+istible and as a man of infinite di plomacy. lie is proftoutmlly learned, as well as being a silver- tngaued orator, and his pol icy always has scemted about the same as that of l.co XIII. IIc is ala, a personal friend of the king of ithly. so temporal alTairs may hc made mtore smooth for the Catholic church in Italy. Services for Sunday. SPIC..CIA T Till.E INTER .OlN'TAtrg. llelena, Aug. 5.-Hishop IBrondel an nounced today that services will be hhel Sunday in all the churches of the diocese of Montana in honllr of Pope 'ius X. A special program, giving the order of ser vices, will be sent out later to the priests of the state. GALA DAY FOR THE CHILDREN Hundreds of Little Ones Enjoy Them selves at the Gardens. \\'ild animals in cages, sunshine and plenty of grass on which to play has made this a happy day for two carloads of chil dren. There was a picnic given today at the garden under the auspices of the Associ ated Charities. which was attended by a hundred or more little folks. Cars were furnished free by the Butte Street Railway company; the baseball as sociation opened the gates and allowed the children free access to the grounds; Mr. Forsythe gave each child a ride on the merry-go-round and the pleasures of a dive in the lake was also accorded free to such as desired a bath. Those in charge of the cars were Mrs. Roache, Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. Moore and Mr. McPherson. Plenty of eatables were in evidence at the lunch hour and the children expressed themselves as dilighted with all in sight. HIT ON THE HEAD WITH A GUN Patridk Feary Charges John Murphy With Second Degree Assault. A warrant charging John Murphy with assault in the second degree was issued this morning from Judge Boyle's court. Murphy is accused of striking Patrick Feary over the head with a heavy revolver. The trodulle occurred at the Moonlight saloon last night over a game of dice. According to the story told by Feary, he was shaking (lice with Murphy when a dispute arose over the count. Murphy, so it is said, extended an invitation to go out side and fight. Fearly declined. To substantiate the story of the revolver, Feary exhibited a scalp wound to the po lice. HELD UPON FRAUD CHARGE Mail of Monarch Investment Company Is Under the Ban. Y ABSSOCIATED PREsS. Kansan City, Aug. s.-Postmaster Hiar ris today held up the mail of the Monarch Investment company, an Oklahoma town site company, on a fraud order issued by the postmaster general on the ground that it was doing a lottery business. The cont pany sold $90,ooo worth of lots at Apalachia, O(kla., and disposed of them at a drawing held July aa, and had adver tised another drawing of lots in Warwick, Oklahomla. WAS MARRIED AT OGDEN Prof. C. H. Bowman Becomes Husband of Miss Minnie P. Schansenbach. Vy A6SOCIATE SI'RESR. Ogden, Utah, Ang. s.-Miss Minnie P. Schansenbach of this city was married last night to Prof, Charles II. Ilowsman of B utte. The bride is the daughter of William Schalsenbach of this city and is related to many of the most prominent families in Ogdetn. Mr. and Mrs. Bowman left for the Pa cific coast for a month. They will then locate in IButte. KANSAS RIVER STILL RISING Banks Are Giving Way and Great Loss Is Threatened. Lawrence. Kan., Aug. 5.-The Kansas river here rose a foot last night. 'lThe north hank of tile new channel is con stantly giving away to the force of the current and the portion of North .Law rence next to the river is going into the streanl at the rate of 25 feet a (lay ill some places. TIED UP BY HARD STORM President Roosevelt Forced to Remain Indoors at Sagamore Hill. ()yster Ilay, L. I., AIg. 5.-President Roosevelt was stormbound at Sagamore lill today. A severe northeaster has been raging since last cvening. I)r. John CamlI111ll of Lon1don. England, was one of the callers on the president today. FINDS NEW GOLD STREAMS San Juan. PP. R., Aug. 5.-Clayton Gif ford, formerly of Cornell university, is ex ploring the new I.uuilla forest reserve it Porto Rico on behalf of the bureau of forestry at Washington. lie rel-lrts tlhe discovery of new gold streams, the soil in which is crudely panned Ily a few natives, and huge aromatic gum trees of an unnamed species. P,. A. NIELSEN IS SOUGHT BY CONSUL FORMER EMPLOYE OF THE ANA CONDA FLUMING COMPANY HAS DISAPPEARED. LOST IN THE MOUNTAINS Thought That He Wandered Off on a Prospecting Tour and Perished or Else Was Murdered. it'liI I'.. TO Till INl1l.l4 50tl'NI.IN. Anaconda. Aug. 5.- The postal authori tics of Ana;onda are ill receipt of a coit nunication from V'ice-Consul Villas K. Assntns of Deinmark, witlt headqluarters in Chicago, requesting infolrlation concern itng a Daolne named Peter Anton Nielsett (Nelson), who formerly worked for the Anaconda Flulning company. The last heard of Nelson was in the year 18)4, when he was quite well known here. Since that time he has been lost from sight, and it is feared by his friends, umany of whom he had in this city, that he met with foul play or was lost in the mllolunt;ains. It was known that he had a great liking to prospecting and wandering albout the hills in search of what he said would soine day he his fortune. The second letter regarding the lost mlian now comes to the postmaster. The letter is as follows: l'os,ltaster. Anaconda, ?Montana: Dear Sir The consuliite has hern trying to locate a h)ane by name P'etetr Anton Nielsen (Nelson), who used to work for Anaconda Flunming company in the year ISa4: hut letters adtdressed as well to him as to A.nacotda Flut ing company have been returned as nn delity. eable. llhe .\uacondta Flutliltng comllpany's let. terhead gives A. W. McCune, president; W. I. I lit, vice preident; W. M1. Thornton, secretairy treasurer; C. II. I)tlIdly. Iiln.lllger. \\ill yo,u not interest yourself sit this itmatter and assist in locating party wanted? It ap pears to he of ,.llme imlllportaie to find the man; at Icast his relatives are anxious that lie should he found. All that is k11ow)n ih)oult Nelson is that he was workintg hr the lirlt aforenarmedl as fore. mlan in a calt1mp soe nl m itile's from Anaconda. Anything you can do its the mllatter will he agrereably applreciated. Yours v t.r) rt.spectfully, \'illas K. As~arl s, vice c nsul. INJURED IN A RUNAWAY Frank Lawlor's Leg Broken in an Accident. SI'iCIAI. o10 IHI'. IN rka MOUN FAIN. Anaconda, Aug. 5.-Frank Iawlor of SoS Hirch street was the victim of a runaway yesterday on the Big hole road. l.awlor sustaitled a broken leg and had several bruises about his hotly whetn picked tup. It was found, however, that the only injury of any great consequtence was the broken limb. Mrs. l.awlor was with her husband at the time of the runaway and capsizing of the rig, butt escaped unhurt. The others in the rig were bruised slightly. Mr. law lor was attended by Dr. George IB. Owen. Mr. I.awlor and party had hitched up a team of horses to go camping into the Big IHole country. They found the animals none too gentle andl in conseqignce were carefully watching them along the route. When the divide was reached the ani mals became frightened and began run nting. The men in the rig were unabIle to mlanage the horses, which, after runningil half a mtile, upset the carriage. All of the occupants were thrown out. The horses finally stopped and were re covered after kicking .and bucking for a time. JOSEPH LODGE HAS TROUBLES Powell County Man Is Charged With Breaking Into His Own Saloon. Anaconda, Aug. 5.-Owing to ill feel ing between partners and the confusion resulting from involuntary dissolution of partnership Josclph Lodge is under arrest. l.odge is one of the old-timers in Deer Lodge county and quite promlinent in political and business life in this section of the state. lie is now a resident of Powell county, but calne to this city to call otn Judge Naplton. Lodge is accused of having broken into what he claims is his own saloon, and was arrested. lie is now out on hail, and came' here to get a hearing on a writ of habear corpus, but Judge Napton could not grant this, as L.olge is out on bail. IIc has released his bondsmen and placed himself again in the custody of the sheriff. The hearing may come tip today before Judge Napton. TELLS A TALE OF CRUELTY Mrs. Nettie Levick Asks for a Divorce From John. hI*1 1i\1. To) Til. IN'ic R MOCI'NTAIN. Anacondla, Aug. Au. .-- Mrs. Nettie Levick has instituted ldivorce pIroceedings through her attorney, J. J. MlcCallery, against John l.cvick of this city. Th'ly were married August 13, r9o2, but lie has beaten andt abused her, she says, until she fears for her life. She adds that he struck her on the head with an ironl bar, last January, and again in July he had hit her with an iron lucket; also that he has thr.eatened her life. The comnplainant is under age and JudTge Naptont has appointel John II. Tiloan as her guardian, so this suit could lbe instituted.l MUST EXPLAIN TO THE COURT Anaconda, Aug. s.--John lIhck, Alndrew Andierson and William And.rsin are in jail here. A complaint has been entered against them of dlrunikeiness and disor derly conduct biy Night l'olicemant Fitzpat rick. Beck is said to have breen the Ibelliger ent cue, and tlhruligh his fighting proclivi tii's got the other two into trouhle. 'The policemlnan clainms that lhcck insistcd in fighting telephone poles aulld all the women and chilliren in sight. HEARING OF THREE CASES Firemon, Trudell and 6tagg All Versus Mayor Frinke. SP':I AL TO Til i t.l'k MO(:NTAI:. Anaconda, Aug. 5.--Ln ilhe case of thilr seven firelllctn of AnacsInda li hv w ave mlnalllusbe~l Mayor Frinke. Attorneys Trippert and \\inston, for F1rinkc, filed demurrers todaly. In the cases of Patrolman Trudell vs. Frtanke and J. P. Sttag vs. Fanke, the attor. neys for the plaintiff, Ilooth and Moran of Iutte, have filed a motion for judgment on the pleadings. These cases are to lie heard Satnt day morning at y:3o o'clock. lThe caoe of the firelncmen vs. Frinke will be heard at the same time. - The "Smoke of Peace." rein The Cream of the Islands The one cigar .youn can depenld upon hIbing the same itt quality whether you stmoke one or a thoutsand. Always 5 cents, aud so good tihe d1ealer can't afford to cut the price. The Largest Selling Brand of Cigars in the World. The Band Is the SAoater's Protection, MONTANA HORSES NEEDN'T BE IDLE PLENTY OF CHANCE TO RACE AND EXHIBIT STEEDS IN THE NEAR FUTURE. EVENTS AT TWIN BRIDGES Sixteen Butte Horses Entered-Bozeman Will Have a Meet and Then There Is the State Fair Exhibit. :Il.1 I.11. l . 1. u ill IN IIRl 0 tI" rAIN. I win Ilridges, Aug. 5. S.ixteen huh"e o, .o,. have 4b ril entered fr thfis aci, Isel". and It is kllnown that I irn ,) 5 ip 7; rllllll , I iii tltler , h11111 .111 S ill l.,.l~ il AIL, r plit, will he oia handl. i( ilintiiig SatuIr.ilty, Augu~f 14 Ulnl ciittr1iliing until Sumllilay, Aut;uft t,, inchl (ivt. mixedl trtllillLn , pIac ig ;and tulllltlillg rit, ; to. of the est track, inll Souilliri M ,111,i11I. ; t nd)i mll al: rll tll ; l l T i 'rs., p:tll alft r .atli race, s.ay the direci.clrs pi, pect i,. It will be the aim of ltih. awaiation, to ph ase the public and i make it comfortable anld agrccabie for ihorsemtlenlt. 'The assu ciation reserves tile righit to alterlnate. ch:llnge or declare olf any or all races and thi directors rese.rve the right to close tlhi meeting at any time they sre lit. The ollh rs of this am,,tciatin will make it ti it special ituinsn it) sce that there it goI order kept ota thesle cgrounds during thi i,.,ting. All Centries close the nilht Ibefore at g o't iock. All communicationi should Ie addtlressel to (;corge it. Allen, secrt lary, Twin 13r i,l,,t, Moot. .All lurse. will Ie malde first., second andl thirid mniney. First Day-Saturday, August 8. I ir-t race--:45 trot or pace; heats best a in 3; P r it, $ ui,. Srlndl race Seven riglilhs. of a mile dash, Bat. h wrights; pur e, $1,x1. 'I Bird race I'h)our andl one hIll lurlngs, cat, II wri-hti; ptire.r. $,. Inrth race Six furlongi, catch weixhln; purr-,. $75. 1 1lth rare (lour mile rare)--The lady winning fIth gl.atlrsl nuItmber of herats wins tlil race; onet nillr constitutes a litl; raclt rontll tllt rim t (hinge hlries and saddllIe. at tlthe end atn l Ih lit'; eael lady will Ite allowed tine helilr ,rly. 'iThe snciiaion reserve, lie right to fint l Iltis race any tinme it sees lit at this ninl-iting. IPurse, $50. Second Day-Sunday, August 9. J1 Irt ract ir l oL rall, trlt or ipace, hi(ct j St,.oI ,acie Quarrter mnile hanticap; piurse, $7 . 'i7 il Idle Si venll fulllings, hta ihsi;l, ; pnr,', Ii ,oth rnre-tine mlile, T'will lIrinvi-i Stalk hots II ,,,l ap; ,purse, $lex. I t1,:, t:ua ' .ladies' rar'e, fotlr stll ~,; chn:lllg. hor , :.11. h k.,lhll-s at lhi, . n111 ii ;.a I ltihi ; hix t, tIllt and int fl te Ito start; ptIre, fG'. Third Day-Monday, August 10. ]"Ii I r'l.i-:. trut oir paL.c, lr ta a in 3 heat , I, ii c. $ ;'t. -,, ,1l ri Fa.r ftulong handicap lfor nu'ii wi. ,I . at th m euting; pur,, $$ii. l i,,l t, e' live, t.d a ot, ihall fi l.ngi , ha I :, , ; . , p r t', $*>>. J,,tr l Ids, r,.wh y r tn > Pin-fuI rth uille; pure. rider- n1t to weigh l , thitin Igo ptuns; pur ,. !;. Sl th r i -Tlhree ftllont;i. pony riace; boys IS yc.t - ;,l ill undel r; pur 'c, $'3. Fourth Day-Tuesday, August 11. SI.1 1 I '. S. utllhlrn hllltel a' , illlllllll trot ,i pi i i, purr, $t.it. S.,, ,l r ie three andi oneir hall furlon.s; put , 7. "'It I rate Five furlo,llu ; par r, $ao. I .,'thi ri;c, Seven furlong', I will ltr-dg(-as 1. t y racei.; Loy, . Iihr 1- pYIe ,s old t., 1, it ii, I that have u l won ittn y ait this melt I.; l t-,', $5. Fifth Day-Wednesday, August 12. "i',t lacti t:.i classi trot or pact; purse, i,,t,-lI rare Running, . ne-fourth miil, for non t. i rii I tii lthis mlling; lpuir., $fl. '1,,I .1 tae Pvc fiurlig handlicap; purtset, 7x. |] -,,t. r lh ,arc Seven furloIg, wseight itor ;age; pu| t , , iln . |cc raci Itunllning, one mile, catch weight; put , $-'S. Sixth Day-Thursday, August 13. t -I ,iae li( ne m lle', harieu t raut, fur ,horses that i.a' 11wOt wn a race at this ieetllg; best.t a in hrat,; pIurse, $40. Si ndii race- Four fturlongi, catch wCight; Iurve. $75 'Ir r rlcae :da clads trot or pace; beCst a in o himcii; Ipurtr, $1us. yrtlllh race -()n mile, rowwh,,y; any kind of saddhl, ciid ridur; purse, Sao. Seventh Day-Friday, August 14. Firt r;cic ian clan., trtl or pace, best a in 3 hliiti : liur-e. Stii. iecndi race Six lurliang, weight for age; 'lrI rc -()ne-fourthl mile, catch weight; , uach riace-Une aile, handicap; purse, ltci. Ligihth Day-Saturday. August 15. I'iI t i,.,i . . I. , f t ril iti p.lct'; Ih s :. il S i h I ,,.t ii; I ii. i ii' ,lit . tie .'l'hl I I,.ll 1. |' 1'.,, 1111Wi t-l ' . t',ft. ,,,'rI,, hl; 1,ny. lmd.lr ,S; ). , t he "1,t an ne ~I h l h Ilong , t"ilth i..tir li:t. .llllil i mli... i l'.. il l iIsi r.llAt ... .t 1.l hr Ir,, ie Io,,ith h ,.l : tetii . 1 10-AI ; 1111u l . $I.-;. ., ,Ie n d ia '1' s iulr, lll l i , 11 .ai .lh ,ilp, 1tll'r, It' 1 i i. .t 4, I. l. . 1iio i ir I'Im li ;i I "1111 Iv L '.· 1 111, 1-11i . i- .11 ., 1 "11 I 1v vi r.p ti 1illl, Iii i- , il i , b.llh l i. hue . µ l'., h iI . , I.IIi.ii i ii i h 11 , 11'ii it ,I , I. n il '1 lIh,. I, l hai. lt ,,,in helph.i 1 . Inn iti., i At the State Fair. 1i 11itI llt i1111 1i 1 1.i \.i11 i 1 ,1 t 11 l ,III. .\h , I ,ier ' , -li 1114. 111 0,l llpt. ti. i li .i rlli lll, al . li l lh lr . h, I l1.. u tl ' of( I i. M o..nltests tt111. h os 1.1. h .. is 1.1, p l.. 1* 1 ... (lll,,lt ht' S. ., i t'i y J n . I, W . I'.we Percheron and Furench Draft. t1tr I l.111 ., I y ..i .iii .I lie-,. I1 i i lu . Plil cii, r.ll II,',. t i: u u .. i an u ll r 4. '' .i i ,al , $ ,i n t ; : 1. under .a. $ 111 .11i $;.. I .iant. 1$ , ha i. ito .it 1 2I hila iiit : , 4 iln u . ii 1r li"i,, Eiu i' . andi $1 ... . er I iiand ii, I li in 1 .v - an. d t ailer .1, E ." ill d $ ,; i n all u oll ,h , $ n1 1. i I 1 .J . Clydes and ,shir1Hs. I ti ..ilnur ,la. a ' rii .tiiI u-u i. Iau ; lit I I; h ; .I a:iitl uinldhI 4. $.i .$ ...1 .. . .1i11 ,I Il.1 md . ,iRn i:iic i i,; I iund tgil.t, ii iiatil ti , an ie r tt, llln i I I y :u , elilet , - , l,-, .1I 'I , 1l,",I h 11i , 4 v,".r, allot ilver. 5 I -1 At,.. ,.1.n I ii1.1.r |, $.r iu ni$ a I i; -I t iei, .1uih , i. , tli in i .1ii Class 4 Grade Mares Draft. first niare. . year'.', ;I i u rll in t 11E rand $1i ; II ian ,i ul ,lr t. $ifi .iili i , , iasi lti inl' r .il, $ ,a .lan $iii. I fitri ii-i liih i g, i, iiiit $it si 'iiill aiilli iei, I i ll lirl li I, ii llt i i i oh iia.n of ueiel ,l . l.it ' i I. h1 r o irte and Itr siherit uhlivinu'i, ,ani t i. I"our iults of lriath.r s.o, .unil ihr et of ine' Ir la' s Btrl-d Rilel , li t -II .re ill ld t isI. il ITI htn ,mwna . ill, cu'll. "i ntilrt , .a ly to be i .itr I I by th I e; hilii ,t, ihp lll 1i.a. Class 5--Mules and Asses. lie. t ji' k. I y,'l ianl l , ver, $EiS iutl E5.i h yie J.an y, I iand ovtr. $i andii $i ; lit iiitle. 4 IIyear a ind over, $ii anii 4 ; ylrl, :li l n l udes 4, $1 i andl $S; a diiiI unii ,1, $ 1- Ii ll $1' ;; I andI tunder . - i' niiu $; h i-t mule rlur it, r all lis. liules 4 ye. ar'. 0,i i aii l ' i ver Iliu t ut li b ie' lf" Ilest stallion, any age ior lrerI . $g l anli nl iso; best mnart, any age or hli.rd, $;m itlld si; bet.| palr or b lt ,n lle,. in ilarner, any aie ori brerdl, $o udiit $5; heu t display pnilr"l, i-u. Class --Driving Horsges. fila single hlrse or nare in harneli: and toi vhi It, di l ptiilia and Iti; bl'. t paiir gr iiwns a i tilt is in I h1.111.",'1 unit tll vehicle, hollliim land sil. In th i It pe l iga td radtirr, i itirei, tyle ,. Ilction and good d pLrpi nrl will l il s Illpoints of exerlu lnler ll. nsiderI . i l .elra enter led ill Iltried di vsiIn ared.ll Class 8--Registered Trotting. I i si iliii lhs1 , 1 ).lears ani oiver, tili' andl $Sn; . tidiI ili r , . , $-, d a n $11u ; r a d i lal under 2 1, $1 Class 9-Saddle Horses. J'150 'jiltll', IL, It gIl.use u s u Imlll , h rli" . antIIarr i i: g, li iinii $i',. e i 1ii iigr'1v i II byI 1 j , ', h - s. i ii l h ie a l. a iii . h e $ rans i u .i ll. i.,on "I na.lion, Ir."ti ~I, n ur 'I to i ' . ,e 1i ;,lil ji',Jii l by I,11, l , It-,, , a;lll.r 1i1l" lpI '), g;.i i~ ait h .1 vev I Illi t Ji Ii liint. 'haring ihin hi. iiin 11 I3r 111 -. 11ii1ii . I I, I jall tiI g, i Is tlil l ll . ii . At Bozeman. 1 i1-11 A I, '11l 1111 '.I k 1r, ' l' %l ' . ill , ll- in. Aug. S, 'I JL" l 't tlia' e Ite aiI r lihr,. I ii l fi . lII", 1i.I v, ill ti.'.l :1 bl r lday,' i'ac ilg llll ','l n1 i . , it ibi r' I t" 4 im il ive. 'I lit. 1111,". wse v,.ry lible .J. '|hi pallag.l i ls as I ii1 lday, 'lilr 'lay, F" ;htemlber I- Ientlhe. i n's Ii ving, tiut itl II''", $1N,; fur lurst.' M1le h1twa , Ii bt ri in 3, Ilitli iiig, 1iiiuallter liIt', 1"r h'ir:,c, owiit', in aiallatiii 11 unt111 y. H alf iM ilh . ,inty |al Te, If r h " )p , iin d .r f1 y iears (lil tlrnill'ce fe,; i" I acii t r nes alluilo ed to (lht iI, o- n . Itunnng, hi.ill Mile, $75. .%-c'nd day, W\'t'dne'-,Iy, .Seplthililh.r a- 71"t tlin l, : '4 0 *'i ., m i t- hl ir f " , a in $ .) : $ . ' io . 1(iiinniulg, half mile (fur iaine'l horse,), !7ý. f a hing, t: 1M class, m il: hM als, : iii 3, $ 5',* l inim i i g , t Irree r I ialt hr o f a nl ii h, $ 1,10 . 'I h ir d 1 l ;. y , 'I h urI l :s y , $R p l , lt 'ili r 3 ' ln i in g , :11)1 1 clas , m ile hi.iit., i ill ., $A- ,. It iu n i ig , sevrn rig h ll l it | o f a n nl l , ,Inlo . I'acing4, a:33 rlalu , mile heal s, a ill 3, $Jo0, Rt iiiing, one m ile, $150. Butte, Anaconda & Pacific Ry. Co. Passenger Time Table--July 24, 19o3. WEISTiOUND). EASTIIOUN D. l.ocal Leave Arrive Local Leave Arrlve Trains, Butte. Anaconda. Trains. Anaconda. Butte. No. i - I., A. & I'....... 7:er a.m. 7:55 a.m. No. a-- Il., A. & ........ 8:4a.m. 0:4o a.m. No, 3-I., A. & t....... :oo, p.m. :55 p.m. NO. 4-., A. & . ..... 11:35 a.h. iJ:4o pan. No. 5 -l., A. & I'....... 5:o p.m. 5:55 p.m. No. 6-IS., A. & P....... 3:ao p.m. 4:IS p.m. No. --UI., A. & P...... 8:os p.m. 9:oo p.m. No. 8-U., A. & V....... 6:35 p.m. 7:3o p.m. To make connection withl N P. VRailway Weltbound trains at Durant leave Anaconda at 11"35 a. m., 3:20 land 6:35 p. m. "'u nmake conne tiola with G. N. Railway at BIutte leave Anaconda at 6:35 p. m. 'To make connection with 0. S. L. Railway at Silver Bow leave Anaconda at 3:a~ p. n. Tickets onl sale at city ticket ulice (U. N. )YWalway), 41 Main street, Butte, and at pah eenier .O.tion U., A. & ', J. ailwaI, . - 1 ""It 1 , 1 1 4 % I- 1 111 -1 % . G l . I'll's 1 4 1 I r :,11 1to,. 1s ll." It . . lat , I 1 , , I , 1 t '1111111;., ..1, ll 1 lth , Il*Jl ,. . |,) l. I. 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Augu.ii t wll o Ii h11. the (lhr'l, Slhrt I.ine will all tlakL t, Iliitate aw l l l Au icnda It San s lrlither aI i i i a 1 n r I'"lllll. tart l I. embil rl the (tas l rl illIte ii yol m il-esl llnl.lr dll l sll ullr l qulker lohan illy tillier (.slily Iwo llighls out). Mrservr b srltli4 ilvw. Shr,rl IL,lr lit ket fllice. Io,; NM th MJai ..t., Ilulie, MluintaaI . 11. U. W 1ilin, Grnllrail Agellt. ANANCONDA ADVERTISEMENTS Tlhe Daly Bank and Trust Company of Anaconda Anaconda, Montana, General hanklnlg in in ll hranches. Sel exchlnlges on New York, (:Chicago, St. IPaul, Xmaha, San Francisrco etc., anod draw dliert oni the principal cities of ].ngland, France, rlaid, ierliany and the Orient. ljepusits from $l.ou and upward received. Correspondents Natinnnl City hank, New York; Plrst Nationial all Chicago; First National bank St. PaIal; (Omiahin National bank, Oinl;la Wlilik of California, Slan FranI cisco. Johnl R. Tonle, president: M. 1. Greelnwood, vice plrelilert; Lois V. lcenlett, cashier; . C. Norbeck, as sistalt cashicr. Money Won Is Money Earned A Cafo play or ai good bet can alwlays Ie made by Lhe wire. They're Beating Us Hard Why can't you do It as well? Turf Exchange Pool Rooms Bar and Club Rooms in Conneotleo Main Street, Anaconda.