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203 -Main Street-Telephone No. 69-Advertising Rates Furnished on Application. I JOHN J. M'OONALD DIES OF INJURIES WABS FATALLY HURT YESTERDAY WHILE PERFORMING HIS DUTIES AS %MOTORMAN. IS A VETERANW OF THE WAR Served in Spanish-Amerioan Conflict and Came Back Here to Run on º Street Railway. SPECIAL TO TIlE INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, Aug. s6.-John J. McDonald, a native of New Brunswick, aged 33 years, and a son of Charles McDonald of Center ville, died this morning at St. Ann's hos pital from injuries received in a strect car accident yesterday morning. McDonald was employed as a motor man by the local street car company. He had been engaged in that work for several months, coming here to accept a position on the road. During the Spanish-American war the unfortunate man enlisted and was appoint ed a corporal. He served with satisfac tion and after being mustered out came back to his old home in Montana. S, Srviving hikn Mr. McDonald leaves a (atl or, Charles McDonald, now manager of the Centerville branch of the Hennessy Gfcrcantile company; Frank E. McDonald, employed under his father, and Miss Mary McDonald, a sister. Coroner Walsh will hold an inquest over the remains of the dead motorman at y o'clock tonight. The deceased was one of the very pop ular employes of the street railway com pany. He had innumerable friends in Anaconda, Butte and Centerville and among those with whom he served as a soldier during the late war. His death, resulting from injuries re ceived in a railway accident, is most de plorable, and his relatives have the sym pathy of all who know them. It is stated that McDonald was endeav oring to turn a switch at the foot of the Washoe hill when he got caught between two car. His cries for help brought sev eral passengers to his assistance. He was released, and being unconscious, was taken to the Washoe plant, where the ambulance was put into use to carry the injured man to the hospital. The sur geons worked heroically with Mr. McDon ald, but their efforts were unavailing. DOINGS IN POLICE COURT Saloon Swamper Is Fined $20 for Steal ing Silver Piece. SPECIAL TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, August a6.-Police Magistrate R. J. hlayes was again on duty yesterday after a lay-off for a few days. Affairs in the police court have been some what tangled since the charges were brought against Judge Hayes at the council meeting. The judge has announced his inteniton of seeing the matter through to the end, and has been given until September in which to pre pare his case. There was one offender in the court yester day morning. Frank Peterson was brought in by the bartender of Gus Olson's saloon. Peterson is a swamper. The bartender said Peterson was in the saloon early in the morn ing and seeing a dollar lying on the bar pro. creded to put it in his pocket and walk off with it. The defendant pleaded guilty but asked for the. clempicy of the court on the ground he was intoxicated at the time. He was fined Sa0 and in default was commit ted to the city Jail for to days. hNANCONDA ADVERTISEMENTS The Daly Bank and Trust Company of Anaconda Ameaomeed Meotana. General banking in all branches. Sell exchanges on New York Chicago, StL Paul, Omaha, San Francisco etc., and draw direct on the principal cities of England, France, Ireland, Germany and the Orient. Deposits from $s.oo and upward received. Cerrespeodets National City bank, New Yorks First National bank Chicago; First National bank St. Paul; Omaha National bank. Omaha; Bank of California, San Fran. cisco. John R. Toole, presidents: . B. Greenwood, vice presidentt Louis V. Bennett, cashier F. C. I orbeck, as. sistant cashier. Money Won Is Money Earned A safe play or a good bet can always be made by the wire, They're Beating Us Hlard Why can't you do t1 as well Turf Exchange Pool Rooms Bar and Club Reoms ia Coannetiln. Main Street, Anaconda. Fischer's School of Music Anaconda, Montana, Thorough Instructions on Violin, Piano, etc. Apply for Terms to Prof. Gustav Fischer, formerly member of Theod. Thomas' Chicago Orchestra. Butte, Anaconda & Pacific Ry. Co. Passenger Time Table--July 24, oo03. WESTBOUND. EASTBOUND. Local Leave Arrive Local Leav Arrive Trains. Butte. Anaconda. Trains. Anaconda. Butte. No. --B., A. & P....... v:ooa.m. ?:5ia.m. No. a-B., A. & P....... :4sa.m. 9:4oa.m. No. 3-B., A. A P....... a:* p.m. ::55 p.m. No. 4-B., A. & P....... s:as a.m. sa:4op.m. No. s-B., A. & P........ oo p.m. :s55 p.m. No. 6-B., A. & ' ....... :ao p.m. 4:15 p.m. No. 7-B., A. & P....... 8:og p.m. 3:oo p.m. No. I-B., A. & P....... 6:js p.m. 7:3o p.m. To rake connections with Northern Pa.ScB Railway Westbound train at Durant leave Anaoonda at as:33 a m., 1a:2 and 6:js p. m. To make consection with Great Northern Railway at Butte leave Anaconda at 6:3S p.m. To make connection with O. U. L. Railway at Silver Bow leave Anaconda at 3S: p. m,. Tickets on sale at rity ticket office (Great Northern Railway), as Main street, Butte, and at passenger station B., A. & P. Raliway. DEL CARY SMITH IN TROUBLE Man Well Known in Anaconda Finds Grief in Spokane. SPgCIAL TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, Aug. a6.-Del Carcy Smith, well. known to many people in Anaconda, is the hero of a short tale published in the Spokes' man-Review of Spokane. The story is as folo Iowa: "lel Carey came speeding down Howard stteet in anxious endeavor to catch a Great Northern train. Officer Willis hove in sight, hut he was not swift enough to land Mr. Smith. Del Carey caught the train and hied himself for Portland, to settle a little feather. pulling in the webfoot aerie. "Officer Willis, shedding much perspiration, betook himself to the police station and had a warrant issued for the elusive Mr. Smith. The warrant charged that in violation of a certain ordinance of the city of Spokane I)el tCarey Smith did willfully and knowingly drive a cer. tain animal, to-wit, one nag, across the How. ard street bridge at a pace faster than a walk. "All of which was against the form of the ordinance made and provided, and against the peace and dignity of Ofhicer Willis. The war* rant was held several days pending Del Carey Smith's return from Portland. Though maybe he didn't know it he was really a fugitive frum justice during the last three days. "The case in the police court was con* tinued." ARRANGEMENTS COMPLETED Labor Day Celebration Will Be a Mem orable One. SPCItAL. TO TO TI INTER MOUNTAIn. Anaconda, Aug. sb.-From present indica. tions the doings on Labor day this year will be the greatest celebration in the history of Anaconda. The committee on arrangements is as fol lows: P'. A. Tobin, William Weist, Frank I.. Fiest, M. 1'. Tobin. James Ase)onald, U. M. Squires, Mrs. Justina l'eckham and I'. F. Alc. Nerny. A big street parade at so o'clock Monday morning will begin the celebration. Thirty. two unions will be in line: T'eachers; W. R. Morley Assembly of Laundry Workers; BIrick layers; Barbers; Painters; Iirickmakers, Ilrew. err; Teamsters; ('ook, and Waiters; Railway Employes; Electricians; Itakers; Street tar Employes; Clerks: Iron lMolders; Stationary Engineers; Cigar Makers; Butchers: Working men; Women's I'rotective; Musicians; C'ar. penters: Itoiler Makers; Mill anti Smeltermen; Building Laborers; Blacksmiths and Helpers; Tailors; Machinists; Typographical; Bookbind ers and P'lumbers. At the grotnds there will be music, dancing, refreshments and sports. Only those bearing union cards will be per mitted to engage in the sports. SCHOOL IN GOOD CONDITION Anaoonda Educators Inspect the New High School Structure. PErCIAL TO TIE INTER MOUtNTAIN. Anaconda, Aug. at6.-An inspection of the new high school building was had yesterday by president of the school hoard, Sam G. (;osnell, and Trustee II. If. Nell. A report of the in. spection will Ie made at the meeting of the board Friday night. The building was found to be in good con. dition, with the exception of the blackboards. It is thought the building will be accepted as it stands. Last year the schools were crowded, and it is hoped the new building will be ready for the opening in September. The schools will probably be opened on the 14th. The regular date for opening is September 7. but the opening will probably be postponed another week owing to Labor day. ANACONDA BRIEFS A. D. T. messenger-prompt, reliable. Lou Ilacharach, representing Stromburg Mlullins company of Butte, is here on business. ,Miss Annie Devine is in IButte. Frank Monty has returned from an outing. Mrs. W. It. Napton and dautghter of Mlar shal, Mo., are guests of Judge Napton's family. Mrs. George Zeler of Portland, Ore., and Mrs. (. J. Straight of Butte, are the guests of Mlrs. J. If. lDuffy. B. McTegue and family of sob Fourth street, habe returned front a visit to Hunter's Ihot Springs. Ladies, you need some dainty stationery and calling cards, and we-furnish just that sort. Inter Mountain office, No. no3 Main street, Anaconda. C. B. Kessler and Gen. Harry C. Kessler have gone to Deer Lodge. Mrs. Theodore Ehret and daughters have re turned from a pleasant visit to Hamilton. The Misses Nissler of Butte and Sheehan of Ana. conda have also returned to their homes from the summer resort. Edwin G. Brown, representing 1I1lt Brothers' spice house of San Francisco, was here yester. day on business. Mr. Brown visited his many customers in Anaconda previous to going to Butte thence south on his regular trip. John Donnelly was taken into custody last night by Chief of Police Powers on a charge of drunkenness. For first-class printing, bookbinding or steel die work at reasonable prices call at the Inter Mountain office, Main street, next to the post office. There is to he a meeting of the members of the African Methodist church at the Mattie hall, this evening. A. M. Stolts is to depart this evening on an extended trip throughout the United States. He was entertained last night by the members of the pipe department of the Washoe smelter, where he has been employed for some time. Gabel C. Rusk paid a fine of $,o and costs to Justice of the P'eace M. B. Ifendricks, yes terday. The chalrge was that of cruelty to animals. Joseph LJepke, aluerman andt representative of thle local Eagle's order to thie national meet ing to he held in the East, left last night for New York city. Mr. Lepke expects to Ie gone about sit weeks. lie will visit all of the prin. cipal cities of the country before returning to his home in Anaconda. The funeral of the late John J. McDonald will take place from the residence of his uncle, John A. McDonald, 4t5 Pine street, on Friday morning. Mass will be celebrated at St. Paul's chlurchl at 9 o'clock. Interment In Mt. Carmel cemetery. MUST NOT CARRY WEAPONS Police of Anaconda After Men Who Carry Guns and Knives. Anaconda, Aug. ad.-The man behind tlhe gun will have to hunt the tall timbers in Anaconda. T'he police are determined to enforce the law against the carrying of concealed weapons, and the man who is caught with a weapon either wholly or partially concealed about his person will pay the penalty. The law provides for a fine of not less than Soe nor more than $*oo for the offense. All sorts of weapons are included-dirks, slung. shots, brass knuckles and sword canes, are as much within the ban as the pistol. It is known there are many persons in this city who go armed for one reason or another, and it is thought there will be arrests before many days. HAS DEEN EASI TO BUY LATEST COPPER CITY COMMERCIAL COMP' PANY MEN RETURN AFTER A BUYING EXPEDITION. FALL AND WINTER TRADE Special Attention Is to Be Paid to Dres Goods, Silks, Etc., in Coming Seasons. SPPCAt. TO TIUP. INiTS OOUNTAIN. Anaconda, Aug. a6.-Frank J. McGrath, manager of the millinery and readly-to wear departments. and James R. Chatm ,hers, manager of the dress goods and silk departments of the Copper City Cot mercial company, have returned home after a trip of some six weeks in the East. Mrs. Chambers, who has been in San Francisco and other California cities dur ing Mr. Chambers' absence, met her hut band at Butte yesterday and returned home with him. To New York. Messrs. McGrath and ('hambers were away on their regular purchasing trip. They went directly to New York after a few days' stay in Chicago and in the nat:ol's metropolis, purchases were ma:le that are expected to satisfy and please the most fastidious of Anaconda's people. The Copper City department managees stated last evening that they had really bought more heavily and with a view t; obtaining a better grade still quality this season than ever before. The temporary close down of the Washoe plant and the natural quietness in business circles withit the city had absolutely no effect on the quantity selected by Messrs. Chambers and McGrath. The genial gentlemen believe that this fall and winter will see a greater demand within the city for the first-class wearing apparel and more of it than ever before. The styles and shapes in the fall and winter millinery are, according to Mr. McGrath, pretty and becoming to a degree. In the ready-to-wear suits and coats anl cloaks the big store promises to have an ideal stock for the women to select from. Fall and Winter Trade. Mr. Chambers is as enthusiastic in his belief that the fall and winter trade needs special attention this year. lie purchased the ideal goods and made a clean sweep for every one of his various departments. Altogether the trip of the managers was entirely successful and their statements that they have bought without regard to the amount bespeaks a great deal for the town's future and will doubtless give encouragement to those who have of late weeks, been rather dubious. BROGAN - HORAN NUPTIALS Rev. Father Pimat Unites a Happy Couple for Life. S'ECIAL TO TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN. Anscondas. Aug. a6.-Rev. Father l'irnat of St. I'eter's church yesterday united in man iage P. J. lBrogan and Delia lioran. J. J. Ilrogan, brother of the groom, was best man, while Mrs. M. J. Leahy accompanied the bride. The newly-married couple went to Salt Lake City on a late train. DENIAL BY PROF. MOONEY Declares He Never Encouraged the Indians in Sun Dances. BY ASSOCIATED PRFas. Washington, Aug. a6.-Prof. Mooney of the bureau of ethnology, has made a state-, ment to Prof. Langley, secretary of the Smithsonian institute, in regard to the Cheyenne sundance, which he is said to have encouraged. He denies that the dance was paid for by him in whole or in part, but says that it was the regular tribbal ceremony en acted iiy numerous tribes on various reser vations every year. IWithin the past to years, Mr. Mooney says, he has witnessed four of these dances, which were held with the full knowledge and sanction of the agent. He denies that any dancers was strung up with cords and that of the a3g Indians who participated in the dance lately held, only one was anxious to undergo the pe culiar form of torture in accordance with a vow of sacrifice. Prof. Mooney says that a pub!i- council of chiefs was held and he advised against anything in the nature of torture, although he learned afterward that on the last night of the dance the man referred to had two slits made in his breast with a knife, each cut being about half an inch in length. lie declared that he was not present and did not know of the occurrence until the next day. He refutes the charge that he hired or instigated an Indian to drag a buffalo skull by means of cords passed over skewers fixed in the man's shoulders. He says he was not present when the man started, but that later Mr. Seger, the superintendent, who, it is said, made the charge against him, witnessed the act and attempted no interference. TELEGRAPH LINES WORKING Communication Established Between Alaska and United States. Washington, Aug. a6.-Major Sriven, acting chief signal officer of the army, has been informed that telegraphic communi cation Is now established in all parts of Alaska covered by the several corps line. Forest fires in the Tanana valley severe ly interrupted the building and completion of the line for nearly two months, but the lines which were destroyed have been re built and the government is now in tele graphic reach of Forts Egbert, St. Michael and the entire Yukon district, also with the Copper River country. The Alaskan points are reached at pres ent over the Canadian lines, an arrange ment having been made with the Canadian government for the use of these lines, but it is expected that a cable from Puget sound to Skagway and Valdea will give through connection with the wires owa4e and operated by the United States. Excursion Rates to Gregson Springs. Every Saturday hereafter, until further notice, the DI,, A. & P. Railway will make the following round.trip rates to (Gregson Springs: Anaconda to Gregson and return........ oe Butte to Gregsom and return ........... So Tickets good on all trains from noon Satur. days until noon Mondays. Before you buy It you know it by the band., After you try it you know it by the quality. The Largest Selling Brand of Cigars in the World. The Rand is the Smoker'a Proteties. 8o1 ellre, here, everywhere ASKS FOR OIYORCE FROM HUSBAND MARGARET 'M. KELLEY RELATES A TALE OF WOE TO THE COURT. GREAT CRUELTY IS ALLEGED Woman Deolares She Has Been Beaten and Sworn at on Different Occasions. Margaret M. Kelley today sued Ben jamin F. Kelley for a divorce in the dis trict court on the ground that while she has been an obedient and faithful wife, and has not defaulted in any of her duties as a wife. Kelley has "practiced extreme ltul repeated acts of cruelty by knocking the Iplaintiff down with his list and driv ing her out of doors in her night clothes." Mrs. Kelley alleges she and the defend ant were married at Helena in January, IRS, and have three children, Cors, :label M. and (;race 1:. Kelley. l'roceeding with the enumeration of the acts of cruelty charged to Kelley, Mrs. Kelley says she was forced by him to take shelter with her neighbors; that he called her vile names, and ";accused her of crimes she was not guilty of." She adds "lie has often times come in the house and upset the dishes, and did scatter what the family had to eat all over the house, and so disturbed the peace that lie is now in the county jail." The complaint says Kelley has been habitually drunk for two years; is ilm mioral, cruel and has no regard for his children, and causes the family to suffer cold and hunger; that he is lit neither mlor ally nor financially to have the custody of the children; that he is strong, healthy, able mechanic and artisan, and earns $$ a day, but gambles and drinks it away. Mrs. Kelley wants a decree of divorce, the children, $So a month alimony and $5o for her attorney. GATHERING IN THE CHILDREN State Human Officer Looking for Little Ones Who Need Care. Otto F. Shoenfeld, state humane officer, was engaged today in the work of round ing up the children of two Butte families for the purpose of putting them in the state orphans' home anld the reform school. The children are three boys blalonging to the family of Mrs. Mitchell, who for merly lived at 47 Anaconda road, bint now dwells at 431 East Park street, an l two boys belonging to the family of G;eorge Day, also living in East Park street. The Mitchell children are 7, S and 3 years of age respectively, and they are booked for the home. The Day boys are ts and 13 and may. be placed in the r, form school, if a court can be satisfied that they should be put there. The father of the Mitchell children went away to Utah several months ago, and their mother is said to be unfit to care for them. The father once wrote to Butte and promised to send for the children, but he never did. Th'le home of the Day children is al leged to be an improper place for them. FOUR MEN ARE HURT AT SPECULATOR MINE Four miners were slightly injured at the Speculator mine yesterday afternoon, and narrowly escaped more serious hurt. 'The men were being lowered into the mine at a rapid rate when the c;.ails of the cage became set in some unaccountable manner and the cage stopped with a jerk. The men were bumped violently and were later cared for at St. James' hosplital. l'hey were sent to their homes. SHE GOES AS THE DELEGATE Mrs. J. R. Murray will leave the city Thursday morning to attend the Methodist church south conference in Helena. Mrs. Murray was elected to represent the Womans' Home Mission society of this city and goes as a delegate to that body. The meeting Is to be held Friday and matters of importance to women in the Southern Methodist church is said to be scheduled for the session. Mrs. J. W. Kemper will seact as alternate for Mrs. Murray. SPECIAL RATE, ANACONDA TO COLUMBIA GARDENS. Beglnning August IS, and every Saturday and Sunday thereafter until further notice, the 1., A. & P. Railway will make a rate of )s.ie for the round trip, Ansconds to Columbia Gardens and return. lThlis includes street c.ar fare from Eutte to the G(rdeal and return. Return portion of ticket will not be good unless stlmped at Columbia Gardens. DEMANDS WARRANT TO FIND HUSBAND WOMAN WITH TROUBLE ON HER MIND VISITS THE COUNTY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE. DECLARES HE IS IN HIDING Pleads to Be Allowed to Search the Home of His 6ister, Where She Says He's Staying. 'Mrs. Mary Sidlivan, greatly excited, was a caller at the county attorney's oflite today on a remarkalle errand. Mrs. Sitlliva;n had been denied admission to the house of he'r sister in law, .irs. Sarah Hyan, where, she declared, her hus han was screted. fronm her, andI all shle wanteds'l was a se(arih warrant to ransack Mrs. Ryan's house for ler husband. lier story had sonme iInterest ing points. She did not charge Mr,. Ryan with having stolen her husband, nor did she assert that her sister in law was hlhling Sullivan in duress vile o)r otherwise inl her Illhouse. She ailmitteld that Solllivan had rulln away and that he was staying away, in her olpiniont. I'causel l he waitted to stay away. She believed he was hIildde in his sister's hotn, and, hadl Itakest thait imetlhoud to escape form her. She told teit ofliiers of the" county at tlrney's oflir thi:i, Sullival ha;l rulln away four or five dlays ago and hadl failed to re. turn,. lie hal s..id nothing atbout his in tenllohs, but his dlisaiplarance had fol lowed a disagreent-L.i She lbecame eonvlli rd finally that he was living at hIis sister's house, anl so she went thithelr aill asked for an inltcr view with him. Iecr sister-ii-law had met her at the doir, and had retinsed to allow her to conie in. She told the officers she was sure Sitlli van was behind the doors of the Ryan lionse, and she watledI a w:arranit at once. She laddedl that Mrs. Ryani had thrown water oit her while .ihe' was at the latter's domicile. "I watt a warrant, and I want it now," she said with vim. "Very well; you'll have to swear to a caomplaint," said Assistant (ounty Attor ney Yancey, who supposed sthe wanted a warrant for the arrest of Mlrs. Ryan for assault. "I don't want a romnplaint. I want a warrant," persisted .Mrs. Sullivan. It was exlplainled to her that a complainlt must precede the warrant, and that she must promise to prosecute defendant if it should be given, her. "It's very .funny I can't get a warrant without all that," she replied with dissatis faction. "All I want is mny husband, Sul livan; and I want a warrant to get him with." "What tli, you want to charge your lilhs bhand with?" "I don't want to charge him with any thing. I want a searclr warrant. lie's hiiding in that house," 1Mrs. Sullivan re plied. "Oh, that's the idea. Well, search war rants are not issued for the recovery of husbands. Search warrants are for the re covery of property andl i husbaind is not property in that soile," the offlicial ex plained. -lie declined to give Mrs. Sullivan a search warrant to search her sister-in-law's house for her husband, and the woman left the ollice greatly dissatisfied at the un reason:salle iatture of the law. To Protect Big Loan. HIlonolulu, Aug. a6.-The German Say .MEeIIANIeS We carry a complete up-to-date line of Mechanics' Tools ad Builders' Hardware Your Patronage Solicited. Hardwar Anaconda eopper Department Mining eo. Butte, Montana % You Can't Get Better Than the Inter Mountain Makes. Chances are You Don't Get as Good And Pay More for It. Job Printing Blank Books Rubber Stamps Stock Certificates Seals Engraving DR. HUll POICK Thirteenth doctor of China from grand. father down. Born and schooled is the profession. Treats all diseases, mnakins a specialty of chronic troubles. Consult me. 8a7 South Maia St. Richards THE BUTTE UNDERTAKER Practice! Undertaker and Embalmaer. i4o W. Park St., Butte. Phone 3o07 H. .WAHL 21 South Montana Street CARPENTER HOUSEBUII.DEI General JOBBING. Lowest estimates irst-class work guaranteed. ings & Loan society has assumed partial control of the managementt of the large Kapionali estate in order to protect a loan of $joo,ooo made one year ago and sccured by the Hlawaiian lands of the estate, itncluding most of the property of Prince Jonah Kalaniaole, delegate to con gress, slid l'riuce Kawanuanakoa. Turning Out Riflee. Berlin, Aug. 26.-The Mauser works at Olern, on the Neckar, are making 0oo,ooo rilles, which were ordered some weeks ago, and the ammunition factory in Uerlia has contracted to deliver sooo,ooo,ooo cartridges. The Krupps decline to give an inlformation na to whether they have re ceived fresh orders for artillery.