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203 M in Street-Telephone No. 69-Advertising Rates Furnished on Application. SOCIETY IEWS OF THE SMELTER CITY IMRS. OORCHOSTER'8 TWO ENTER TAINMENTS ARE THE CHIEF EVENTS OF THE WEEK. -i SOCIETY IS ON THE MOVE Neway Little Notes of People Who Have Been AWay and People Who Are Going Away. SPECIAL. TO TriL INrR MOUNTAIN. Anaconldu, Sept. s -Principally among the social events of the week were the par ties given by Mrs. W. H. Dorchester at her pretty homlle on Hickory street. On Tuesday afterpoon Mrs. Dorchester made preparations to entertain at a thimble party a number of her friends. The party proved to be a pleasing and hnteresting onq throughout and was con sidcred decidedly an afternoon well spent by those who enjoyed the hospitality of the hostess. Amofg those present were: Mes dames Greenwood, Durston, Webb, Leon Williams, LoTosdale, Tuttle, Matthewson, Mathes, Peckoa er, White, Odson. Mrs. Dorchester Entertains Again. Friday evening Mrs. Dorchester enter tained for Miss McCracken, who has been visiting with ser for the past few days. The evening's hours were spent in card games made pleasant by the liveliest com petition for the very pretty prises given by the hostess. Miss McCracken won the first prise, a Mexican drawn-work piece; Mr. Torrence captured the second prize, while Mr. Nell took away with him the consolation prize given for the evening. Those present at this party were: Misses Kingsley, Thlompson, McBains, Barry, Webb, Odsoni McCracken; Mrs. R. T. L. Williams, Mrs. Durston, Mrs. Norbeckl Messrs. Nell, Funk, Jameson, Redding, Coleman, Ellis, Schmidt, Torrence, Dur ston, Mahoney, I. C. Williams, Greenwood, 1Winters and Whitehill. GQne to Bozeman. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rodgers and daugh ter, Margaret, are in Bozeman. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. McIntosh and son, Russell, have returned after an ex. tended trip through the East and Canada. The Misses McBain have gone to St. Regis, from where they go to Hamilton and then to the Bitter Root. Miss Zena Graham has gone to Indiana. the Misses McKenzie are back after sev eral months absence. The young ladles have been Visiting with relatives and friends in the Southern states. Miss Kingsley was a Butte visitor Wed nesday. Miss Evanl and Miss Waterbury have gone to the Yellowstone park. Mrs. Harry Symons was a visitor to the city Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Smith are in Butte today and will see the contest for suprem acy between the Salt Lake and Butte ball teams. Dr. James F. Spelman is in Spokane on business. Mrs. John Odson goes to Spokane Mon day, where she will be for about two weeks. Mrs. Odson expects to return to this city ere the Odson family moves per manently to the coast, where they will snake their future home. Albert Church and Miss Elizabeth Pen dleton, the latter of Seattle, are to be snarried shortly. Louis Skilner and wife of Colorado Springs have been visiting with relatives here for sonme days past. Mrs. Harry C. Bailey is back from a so-days' absence from the city. Miss Mary McLaughlin was in the city during the week. She has gone to Great Falls, where she will teach during the coming year. Returns From Spokane. Mrs. H. J. Allen has returned from Spokane. Walter Gavin will go to Spokane to morrow to enter Gonzago college. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Johnson leave within the next few days for Buffalo, N. Y., where they will take their son for medical treatment. The Halloran children have been over from Mount Angela on a visit to their father during the week, Mrs. P. J, Dooley is expected to return this week. Miss Blac!kstone has gone to Missoula. Miss Blackstone will teach in that city during the coming school term. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Duffy and children, visiting friends, have returned from Deer Lodge. where they were during sev eral days past. - To Salt Lake, Mrs. C. R. Chambers has gone to Salt Lake, where her husband has accepted a position. They will make the city of the Saints their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Miller, formerly of Anaconda, have returned here after an absence from the city for a number of years. During their residence away from Anaconda Mr. and Mrs. Miller have been for a great part of the time in Newark, N. J. Mrs Miller will likely engage in some business in this city shortly. Their friends and relatives here are pleased that they will again make their home among them. Aids Digestion Horsford's Acid Phosphate Hall a teaspoon in hbalf a glass of water after mttl~ removes the dist es, Ol)Iprosslon and "all gouo foollu . Gives good appv. tite, p afoot lgoatlou and ref ul sloee a A Tents and Nere Food FRIENDS BELIEVE PERUSSE MISSING HAS NOT SEEN SEEN SINCE HE DREW A CHECK ON TUE8. OAY NIGHT LAST, FEAR FOR HIS SAFETY No One Has Seen Him and Intimates An Warnred-No Reason for Him to Have Left Smelter City. SPECIAL, TO TIHE INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, Sept. 5.-It has bccn re ported by some of the friends of A. Pc russe, for many years In the employ of J. B. Gnose, that he has disappeared mysteriously. Investigation made by those interested in the Anacondan fails to trace his whereabouts and in consequence there is no little worry on the part of his Intimate friends. Mr. Perusse was seen last on Tuesday night when he received his check from J. B. Gnose. His actions then were not at all of the order to arouse suspicion and in consequence there is no account Ing for his failure to put in an ap pearance since then. -Mr. Perusse is about 35 years of age, 5 feet 7% inches in height and weighs about 13S pounds. Mr. Perusse is a mar ried man and resided at 419 West Third street. He is the father of three small children. ROYAL. J. KINGSLEY THERE Arrives at University of Minnesota to Take Up Studies. A Anaconda, Sept. s.-Word received In Anaconda announces the arrival of Royal ROYAL 7. KINbGS3Y. J. ICizsgslejof this city at the University of Minnesota, where he goes to resume hil tdy Ki sley, as he is popularly known, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Kings ley, well-known and respected residents of the city for a number of years. The young man had been employed as express mes senger on the Butte, Anaconda & Pacific road, of which his father was superintend ent of trains for some time. In Isis work with that line he was at once popular and highly esteemed by not only his fellow workmen, but as well by those who had dealings with him. The young man recently decided to at tend the University of Minnesota and there to take not only the dental but the full medical course as well. He will be at the university for at least three years. Mrs. Kingsley accompanied her son to Minne sota some days ago and has not yet re turned. CHARGED WITH EXTORTION Formal Action Taken Against McCabe by McCaffery. Anaconda, Sept. S.- Information was filed in the district court yesterday by County Attorney McCaffrey against Wil liam McCabe, the former smelter fore man, charging him with extortion. It was the expected action. The specific charge made against McCabe is that he extorted $So from Louis Stanesich, a $2.5o a day laborer, on threat of discharging him. McCabe is still in the county Jail, but his counsel, Attorneys Duffy and Tolan, still hope to get him out on habeas cor pus proceedings. They are waiting the return of Chief Justice Brantly to the state, when they will present their appli cation' for the writ. Justice Brantly is with his family, spending his vacation in Idaho. lIe is expected home in a few days. BALL GAME FOR TOMQRROW Independents and Butchers Will Battle for Supremacy. Anaconda, Sept. 5.-There is to be a ball game Sunday afternoon between the Independents and the Butchers' ball teams. The game will be started at 3:3o o'clock. The reputation made by the Butchers' team heretofore as fast and hard working men will doubtless be the means of draw ing %good attendance to the game. The lineup will be as follows: Independents. Position. Butchers. Voss ....,..........catcher.. ,........... Stafford La Beau .............pitcher .... .......... Wallace Kimball ............ first base............lladdick Brush .............. shortstop .......... c'cague Johnson ............ second hase........... lloo Rockefeller..... . third base ...........Carrihcr Freeman ....... ...right field ............. Irwin Emmons............ left field ............ Mclale Crowley ............centerfield. ......... Manlove MRS. READ IS MARRIED Well Known Salvation Army Woman Weds in Canada. Anaconda, Sept. . -- Mrs. Read, for many years in charge of Salvation Army work in Western Montana, with head quarters in Butte, and a frequent visitor to Anaconda and vicinity, was recently married at the home of her father, J, M, Goodall, :45 Dovercourt road, Toronto, Canada, to N, ]3. Johnston of Barrie. Mrs, Read held the rank of lieutenant colonel in the Salvation Army. Mrs, Johnston had many friends here and in other parts of Montana who will hbe in terested in this bit of information, BUTTE MEN WILL SWELL MARCHERS INDICATIONS ARE THAT LABOR DAY OELEBRATION WILL BREAK ALL RECORDS. NEW UNION IS TO ,MARCH School Teachers Will Be in Line .for the First Time-Hugh Denny Is to Have Fifty Aides. SPECIAL TO THIE ItNT MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, Sept. s.-Anaconda's lahor. day parade promises to be of unusual size anc brilliancy. Large delegations are ex pected from Butte to help swell the numu her of marching toilers, while a number of handsome floats are being constructed by various unions. A feature of the parade will be the first public appearance of the recently-organized School Teachers' un. ion. It is thought also that the Women's Protective union of Butte will be in line.. Harry Denny, the county treasurer, will he the grand marshal of the parade and will be assisted by So aides. The formation will he made on Commer. cial and Park avenues and Oak street. The, parade will then move west on Park ave.' nue to Maple street, south on Maple to~ Sixth, east on Sixth to Cherry, north on, Cherry to Fourth, east on Fourth to AslJ. north on Ash to Park, west on Park to Main, and thence to the depot, where trains will take everybody to Mountain View park. The streets of the city awe perfectly dry and almost level, and whilei the distance is considerable, it will not be a tiresome jaunt. Positions in ,Parade. The Anaconda band will lead the frl. division, followed by the speaker of t ' day, escorted by the officers of the Trades council. Following in the order named will come the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Anaconda. School 'I'cachers' Union. W. R. Morley Assembly. BIarbers' Union. Painters and Decorators' Union. Ilrlckmakers' Union. Brewers and Mallsers' Union. Teamsters' Union. Cooks and \'Walters' Union. Railway E.mployes. E]lectrical Workers. Liakers' Union. Street Car Employes. Clerks' Union. Mlolders' Union. Stationary Engineers. Cigarmakers' Unionu Butchers' Union. Workinmen's Union. Women's Protective Unliop Musicians' Union. Shoemakers' Union. Ca'rpenters' Union. Bartenders' Union. Boilermakers' Union. Following this division'swill come the floats, some of which have been prepared with great care and skill. Second Division. Silver City Cornet Band of Butte. Mill and Smeltermen's Union. Building Laborers' Union. Tailors' Union. Machinists' Union. Anaconda Typographical Union. Iiookbinders' Union. Plumbers' Union. H. L. Hughes of Spokane will be the orator of the day, and his address will be delivered at Mountain View park before the sport program begins. The following is the program of the sports and prize.,: zoo-yard foot race-First prize, silk umbrella; second, $S fishing pole. Old ladies' race, So yards--First prize, $ro silk waist; second, $5 laundry book. Putting the shot-First prize, $5 meal ticket. Climbing greased pole--Prize, $.. Tub race-First prize, four bottles of cham pagne; second, $5. Tug-of-war by Deer Lodge valley ranchers First prize, barrel of beer. so-yard dash, for girls under r4 years of age First prize, $S; second, $S. liop, step and jump-First prise, Sa; second, $1.00, Pie eating contest, for boys under is years of age--l'rise, $t. The parade will start at 9:ao o'clock sharp. MEET TO CONSIDER A BILL FOR THE EXTRAS School Board Names Committees to See What Is Coming to the High oSchool Contractors. SPECIAl. 1'O TIfE INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, Sept. S. - Last night's special meeting of the board of education, called for the purpose of taking action on the bill for extras presented by Dolan & Hammill, the high school contractors, was without definite result. A committee consisting of President Gosnell and Trus tees Nell and Sullivan was appointed to go through the building today, check up the different items included in the bill and present its report at another special meeting to be 'held tonight. The total amount of the varlofts items included in the extras has not been footed up, but it runs into the thousands. The accuracy of some of these items is dis puted by Architect Kern, while the con tractors strenuously insist that they are correct. There was a long discussion of the sub. ject at last night's meeting, in which the' contractors, some of the sub-contractors, the trustees and Architect Kern took part. Mr. Kern admitted the correctness of certain bills for extras, saying they had been authorized, were necessary, and had been-put in. On the other hand he disputed the ac curacy of a number of items, some of which he, when the matter was explained by the contractors, admitted were all right. He, however, was not prepared to give a detailed statement to the board as to just what items should be allowed or reduced and what should be rejected. The upshot of the discussion was the naming of the committee, One of the contractors, Jack llammil, said last night that he believed the hoard ultimately would allow all the extras, NOTICE. Anaconda, Mont., Aug. sr,. o1o3 There will be a meeting of the stockholders of the Daniels hining and Milling company at the ofrica of the company at Anaconda, Maon tans, on the 9th day of September, 19o3, for the purpose of electing trustees for the ensu. ing year and for the transaction of such other businces as may properly come before the meeting. Signed, 1. II. Crabtree, secretary. TlE COPPER CITY Ten Special Bargains for Saturday All Day 7:30 to 9:30 DON'T FORGET Children's Percale THI E CO N CE R T Cotton ..., for Wrappers IN THE EVENING ;ollool, worth up to Worth, $.7s, Everybody Invited. Come, Bring the Family, and 39¢ 75e Make Yourself at Home. Musical Program Under Direction of Prof. Gustav fischer Extra S --Cake Walk, "Dat G'al of Mine..............................en). Schook Secial Extra Special a-Medley Overture, ",Good Old Summer Time," ................ hataway 3--"Mon AnRe, Valse T.ente. .. .. ........... . ......... .. f llaes Haack so dozen Ladies' 4--"PeaCeCI l Henry" (A slow drrngg)........... ...... ..... ..... ... All new shapes Cotton Fleeced 5-- rish Overture, "The Racket at t ;illian'"........... ............De W t shapes Sa at 6-Violin Solo, "The Old Iolks at lHome,"fantasia, Slobbe... Prof. G;ustav Yischer t o y a Worcester Vets and ants. --"Only a Soldier Ihoy," (cornet solo) l)oty ..... ..........Mr. Frank Martz Corsets, selling at So0 quality; al 8--"Down South," Amrican sketch ...*....... , ....... . .. .....Mydlcton $.go; Saturday siZes, 9--".a Paloma," Spanish serenade .. .......... ...). , . , , ,. ..... Yradier only io--"My Old Kentucky Home," fantasia..... ......... ............... langey 25C Boys' Suits, Boys' Knee Pants Suits, and Separate $1.00 Pants, 3 to 16 years, Saturday 25 per cent off. NDry Gew Sultings Pearl Walst Sets Just arrived, a lot of Choice Novelties for )ainty G;old Mounting., 3 pairs to the Children's School Dresses; pretty checks set, on sale today for Department nd cheviotd 8 i d.lxture. Worth 6uc, 75p 25c Set i Choice of the Lot for O5 Handkerchiefs, 2 for 5c S(;god size, nicely hemmed, with colored Walstings for Fall ,'ordr"Sp. Nice ,r ,,', sSpecial, Two for Sc Grand a4sortment here to aelelt frnIm Saturday M n asortmenlt here to ,nlet fLrom. Ladies' Handkerchiefs liClhR t:IRZl.lI) OXFt()lI)S ntl VI,'ST IN(;S are very popular this season, in 5o doztn, all while with pretty cnbroid light and dark coloring.s; they ,rc seurvice- ud or r, stth dgs e lar able anId not cxlpensive. Plc's lle ('It'( ('Orller, |lrlll.ii-ies|('lIuee, SL NG TiOeuAY, Only. 75c, 65c, 50s, 35c 25c yard Each 5c COPPER CITY COMMERCIAL CO Anaconda, Montana. ANACONDA BRIEFS A. D. T. messengcr-prompt, reliable. Miss Carrie Boyd has returned to her home in Rossland, i. C. J. B. F. Bunton and wife of Dallas Center, Iowa, are the guests of City Treas urer and Mrs. W. W. harper. Ladres, you need some dainty stationery and calling cards, and we furnib just that sort. Inter Mountain office, No. aoj Main street, Anaconda. Attorney Ed S. Booth, who has been here on legal business, has gone back to lButte. Robert V. McBain left last evening for his ranch in idaho. While away Mr. Mc. lain will make an effort to cut short the ec of a few ducks. lor firsatcrass printing, nookoinding or steel ie work at reasonable prices call at the Inter Mountain office, Main street, next to the post. office. Frank Simpson, who enlisted in the navy from Anaconda, is here on a vacation. His parents and many of his friends reside in Anaconda, and its consequence he takes considerable interest in the place. Mr. Simpson has a great fondness for the navy and his new work. He Saw None. New York, Sept. 5.-W. J. Bryan left last night for New Haven without seeing, so far as known, any of the prominent local democrats. The Daly Bank and Trust Company of Anaconda Anaconda, Moentana General bankinL In all branehes. Sell exchanges on New York Chicago, St, 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. Coerrepondents Nationtal 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, presidentj M. B. Greenwood, vice president' Louis V. Bennett, cashier; F. C. Zlorbeck, aas sistant cashier. Money Won Is Money Earned A safe play or a good bet can always be made by the wiroe. They're Beating Us Hard Why can't yro do it as welUt Turf Exchange Pool Rooms Bar and Club Rooms Conanection. 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, PROVISION IN LAW PREVENTS ISSUES CITY TREASURER 'NOTIFIED THAT HE MAY NOT PAY SALARIES TO THE ALDERMEN. SEATS ARE IN CONTEST Under the Conditions It Is Not Legal for Them to Draw Pay-District Court So Says. The provision in the law of Montana preventing the payment of the salary of a public officer, whose title to the office is contested, will probably deprive five of the aldermen of Butte of their salary of $as per month until their cases have been settled in the courts. Notice has been served upon the mayor and the city clerk not to issue warrants to the alder men against whom the mayor has In stituted proceedings in the district court. Receives Warrants. Yesterday afternoon the city treasurer received a large batch of warrants to he registered, paying the salaries of the various officials and numerous claims against the city. The warrants that had been made out for Aldermen Pat Lally, James Doull, James Gallagher, M. Ryan and A. G. Siebenaler for $as each for the nonth of August were not signed by the mayor. Neither was a warrant for $s payable to Former Alderman Bowman. It was suspected that the mayor had decided to bring,,to an issue the contest against the five aldermen in question by refusing to sign their warrants and would not sign Bowman's warrant because the latter was not present at the meeting at which he resigned and his successor was re-elected. The motives behind the smayor's action became known today when the city treas urer and the city clerk along with the mayor received notices from Sam M. Roberts, the clerk of the district court, not to pay any of the aldermen whose seats are being contested. The district clerk is acting under sections 1040 and 1041 of the political code of the state. The Law. These provisions are as follows: , "Section 10o4o-When the title of the incumbent of any office in the state is contested by proceedings instituted in any court for that purpose, no warrant can, therefore, be drawn or paid for any part Butte, Anaconda & Pacific Ry. Co. Passenger Tlmr Table--July 24, 1903. WESTBOUND. EAS1rBOUND. Loesl Leave Arrivl Local Leave Arrive Trains. Butte. Anaconda. Trains. Anaconda. Butte. No. s-B., A. & P....... 7:oo a.m. 7:55a.m. No. a-B., A. & P.....8:45a. 84 . *:4o a.m. No. 3-l,, A. & I'....... ,:oo p.m. :55 p.m. No. 4-B-., A. & 1,......:35 a.m. s:4o p.m. No, 5-l1., A. & P....... 5:oo p.m. 5:55 p.m. No. 6-li., A. & 1'.....:ao p.m. 41 p.m. No. 7-B,, A. & 1'....... 8:o5 p.m. 9:oo p.m. No. 8-i,, A. & 1'....... 6:35 p.m, 7:3o p.n To make coneictions with Northern Pacific Railway Westbound trains at Durant leave Anaconda at 1s:35 a min,, 3:ao and 6:35 p. m. To make connection with Great Northern Railway at Butte leave Anaconda at 6:35 p.m. To make connection with O. S. L. Rtailway at Silver Bow leave Anaconda at 3:ao p. m. Tickets on sale at city ticket office (Great Northern Railway), as Main street, Butte, at passenger station D., A. & P. Railway. of his salary until such proceedings have been finally determianed., "Section 0o4r--As soolI as such pro credilgs are instlitutel the clerk of the court, in which they are penditng, muist certify the facts to the olficers whose duty it otherwise would he to draw such warrant or pay such salary." In each of the qull waraulto cases pro ceedlings againlst the alllrmen, the fol lowing ntotice was served by District Clerk Roberts: Slate of Montana, County of Silver flow. s.L 'ulrsuallt ,to sectionls sI4's and 1041 Of the political code of the state of Montana 1. Samuel M. Roberts, clerk of the district court of lthe Second judcisil district, in and for the county of iilver Bow, do hercby certify there in a certain cause styletd (rnling tIhe action against the ul:drmen) n19W instituted andl penu. lug undctermined in said court, and is in the nature of a quo warranto proceedings against tlie said (namingl tile alderman) to determine his alleged right anld title to the oftice of alder nian of the city of Blutte. T'he title of the said - - to the office of aldermlnll of the city of Butte bleing contested slid now undctermined, you will dlease take notice of the provisions enjoined upon you by the aforesaid sections 1o40 and 0zo4 of t..e political code of Montana. Witness asy hand and the seal of said court, this 4th day of September, A. f). i'yj. SAMITUEL M. i(tal tll 'S, l)iisttict Clerk. Ily W. W. Watlght, li)putty Clerk. An attorney intelrcested in the case for the f.a' aldermen said that the code provision quoted would probably prevent the aldersmen from receiving their pay unstil their cases hadl been disposed of. Invoking these provisions to deprive the aldermen of their pay, pending a de. cision will not, of course, 'li'ect the out. come of the contest and will probably not Inconvience them very much, as the amslount is small. INSTRUCTIONS _INSIDE CAKE Chinese Wished His Boy to Know How to Get Into the Country. tY ASSOCIATED R .eS.., Portland, Ore., Sept. S.-A coaching letter concealed in the inside of a cake was the undoing of Gee Fook, a Chinese lad who endeavored to establish his right to remain in the United States on the ground that he was native born. Gee Fook's father wished to present his son with a quantity of cakes. The in spector rmade no objection, but ordered that each cake be dissected before they were delivered. The precaution proved to be a wise one, for in the center of one of the cakes was discovered a thin sheet of paper with In. structions to Gee Pook, written in Chinese characters. Excursion Rates to Gregson Springs. Every Saturday hereafter, until further notice, the Il., A. & V. Railway will make the following round-trlp rates to Gregson Springs: Anaconda to Gregson and return..... So... o Ilutto to Gregson and return.......... Bo Tickets good on all trains from noon Satur. days until noon Mondays.