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INTER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA BUREAU
203 Main Street-Telephone No. 69--Advertising Rates Furnished on Application. DEATH OF MITCHELL ANACONDA FRtEINDS DEEPLY DE PLORE LOSS OF ONE WHO WAS A FAVORITE HERE. SPECIAL TO TIME INTER atOt'NTAIt. Anaconda, Sept. 24.-The death of Paoul Mitchell, so untimely and sudden, shocked the hundreds of friends whom the young man had In Anaconda and Deer Lodge. AMr. Mitchell had been making frequent trips to Anaconda from his early boyhood and hlis familiar figure was often seen about the local streets. Mr. Mitchell was a most courageous young man and his trips behind four or six horses attached to his coach were some of the experi ences that are yet told of by friends In Ana conda who were members of his parties. As a horseman the unfortunate young man had few equals within the state. lie knew the lines well and often gave his associates some exciting and pleasant tours throughout the state. Many relatives and friends of the deceased left today to attend the funeral. ANACONDA MEN WHO ENGAGE IN MINING Ti'EI'tAt. TO Trlt tN'IEt MOI'NTAtN. Anaconda, Sept. a4.--William McFaclt ran, who has interests in the lhtffalo Hunmp country in Ilaho, has returned to town and states that the prospects in that country for a gold boom are good. Next summer, when the new moines of the district are opened up, the Iluffalo Ilump country will be the cynosure of mining mten in all parts of the country. Charles Sweeny, who has invested a for tune in the mitces of Centtral Idlahn. is pleased with the outlook, and will push operations as rapidly as possible. The Jumbo, Crackerjack, Atlas and tile Ilig Bulfalo are his richest properties. REV. ROBBINS IS TO CONDUCT THE FUNERAL SPIt.CIA, TO 1ItE INTI. MtOI'' tAI% Anaconda. Sept. i4.- Rev. II. E. Iobbins, pastor of St. Mark's Episcopal chlmch. con dueted thie funeral services o, I'aul Mitchell this afternoon at .' o'clock at Warm tSprings. JPaul M itchell is the young man who was .... led b) the ovcrturning of a stage near Slahnon ('ity, Idaho, and was well and lavorably known in Anaconda. ANACONDA POLICE BUSY Number of Matters Are Demanding Offi cial Attention. SPEI''IA TO THIE IN IER Mtll'NI StN. Anaconda, Sept. 4.-11l. L. Allen, who has a coalshed near the B., A. & P. tracks, has called the police to his assistance in catching the parties who have Ieent hellp ing themselves to his coal anld wood. lie estimates his loss at $40. The Anaconda police have been re quested to watch the three Bozeman jatl birds, who escaped the first of the week. The names of the men are D)emtli Dow ling. J. W. Blakely and James Carter, and they are charged with burglatry. The men who have been passing spuri ous currency in Helena. Ilutte and Ana conda have not been apprehended. It is thought they were unalble to pass any of the money in Anaconda. RECEPTION TO DR. OWINGS SPE('IAL TO T.iHE INttie MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, Sept. 24. A reception was tend ered Dr. J. II. Owings of Deer .uodge, grand chancellor of the domain of Montana, last night in the Knights of P'ythias hall. Members fronm Valley lodge, No. 6, of lDeer Lodge, Montana lodge, No. c3, and Mo.1unt Powell lodge, No. 43, of Anaconlda, partici pated in the social function. - Interesting talks were made by Dr. ()wings, Sig Goodlfriend, Max llammerslougll, W. E. Gaily and many others. 'Tlhose pi.ccnt enjoyed a snumptuous banquet after the program was completed. AMUSEMENTS SPEC'IAL TO TOTHE INTER MOtUNTAIN. Anaconda, Sept. z4.-When "In Old Ken. tucky" was originally produced in August, 18g., it was conceded to he a first-class American play with plenty of "go" and action in it, but there was no one who would have dared the prediction that the play would still be making big money for its owner in the year 9po0. The average life of a play does not often exceed five or six years, even when it is conceded to be a success. It would seem that the history of "In Old Kentucky" is an exemplification of the old adage about the survival of the fittest. \'ear after year it has gone steadily along, drawlng crowds of play.goers all over the IUnited States, Canada, England and the antipodes, and the end is not In sight. After so many successive presentations it would be thought that there would be no one left in tile realm of tile playgoer who had not at some time seen tile play. In fact, it is pretty certain that everybody has seen "In Old Ken tucky" at least once, but that makes no dif. ference in the volume of business that is the rule with this attraction. THiE IRST SMOKE From the Washoe Smelting Plant's new stack will be booming forth soon. There is a little coming out even at this time. We want to encourage the amatures, and therefore offer TT WO PRIZES T'o the one taking and developing the most meritorious photograph of the new stack showing smoke issuing from its lofty top we will give a prize of In merchandl e. To the a FiveDllar Fifteen Dollars a .. :, . eFive *Dollars IN MERLCHANDISE The size of the photograph and the other conditions incidental to the tak ing of pictures will be given consideration by the judges In the distribution of the prizes, so that all will have an equal show, regardless of the style of camera used. Professionals will be barred, We have appointed a committee of judges, consisting of W. H. Dudley, Judge George B. Winston and Fire Chief R. S. Mentrum, to decide the contest, which will be closed October I, at 6 o'clock p. m. Photographs are to be left at our establishment and will be kept on ex hibition until the close of the contest. Adams' Department Store ALWAYS IN THE LiEAD 221.223 E. Park Avenue, . ANACONDA PROGRAM ARRANGED PROF. FISCHER'S ORCHESTRA IS TO GIVE CONCERT AT THE MON TANA HOTEL. SPEat'Art. TO TtHE INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, Sept. 1r4,.-At the Monltana tomor. row afternoon from a:3o o'clock until 5:3o o'clock Prof. (Gustav Fischer will conduct his orchestra through a program of music that promises to be the finest of the senson. The recital will be given in the lobby of the hotel ndil the friends of the Montana within the city are given an invitation to he presrent and to look over the tolun should they feel so itclined. The musicale will be followed in the evening by the Antlers' ldance, ns else where lnlnolnced. Professor Fischer's pro. grain will be as follows: h. Grand March from the opera "lolkun ger"... ... .............. Kretsrlhmer a. Overture, "l.stspel".............. Keler iela 3. Wallt, overtulre, "Inl tie Old Ilonme," .......................... ..;tsiav I'lsrher 4. Sunlburst It novrely).......... F. Gilder S. Selertion fromit opera, "When J.lohnny ('oltes Mlarchling Iontr"...)lian I.ldwardsi 6 March, "The Montann" tdedicated to D)r. J. S. \Marshall) ........ttsttav :ischer 7. (lvrrture, "l.ight avulr)y".... .....t.lpee 8. "Itiawatha".............. .... Neil .Mtret 9. .lundlaine (Velte Ilerceuset........... Itse to. Selection, "Tlte Sulltan of Su.u"....... ......................... .......e \\tll Ii. .Mlarchi "The I)rnlmmer Noy of 'y6"... ................................. . II. Ellli 1t. Overrttul, ",Au.ld l:ng Syne".I)onUt Miller 3J. "AullUia" tinternmezu two stepC)......... .................................\'iial I;rey 14 to) "Mle and ~ir Iianjo.",...... Kerry Mills (h) "Don't Make )ent Scandalous I~ys at Ale"......................Johnsi, on tS. Selection, "The a uce .cof I'ilen".. ........................... llstae I.ntlder 16. March. ".Sutw.nire River'..,;t utav IFischer BY ANTLERS' CLUB AFFAIR OF TOMORROW EVENING PROMISES TO BE ONE OF THE EVENTS OF SEASON. Anaronda, Selpt. I. NSothinRg of imptlrtance remain's to be ahcotmplisred l by the A.ntlers' VIuh (',mllmittee iI make of te larty Iutlmorrow nighilt a prol ounlllll( slc('ress. 'Ilhr tinclllthrs ihiu forlmetily belonRedl t tthe itgalnizatiot hlave heri gettinR in rapidlly with a reulh that the memberslhip rutll will be laiRgr thi. year than ever in the hiistory of the club. The party tomlorr)w nigllht will he a sort of a compllimentary onle in so far as the friends of lth Antlers are concernled. InlVitatlins for the orcasion havse been ilssued to many who have not and whol will likely iti iti fituri e inrt etir's of the cltub, so that the lttltllatce iat the Mlunltana tomlortow eveningi' l will probably be an .tn snitally hig one. 'II he swill he II concert in the llafternan tllll ) the .lrgaret thriter isrchestra led by I'rol. lGustav l'ischcr, while the same orchtestra will lriush tita lt uick foiir thie evening parlty. Attogarthtr tomotrrlow evening gisrs prtnutise of bring a retal rnj..-able alfair for the .lntters n Id their Iriemlds. ANACONDA BRIEFS A. D. T. mesenger- prompt, leliable. Jr.e.e Fitepatrick, ..it of Jludge M. J. lite pairlck. tIa, gone to Seattle, where he will .make hii future horle. ( ounly Attorney Joseph J. .lcCafTery was trani1.ctlilng business, in Ilutte yesterday. J. V. .1l;iaoey was dowI trom Itntte nlast eveniing tand registered at the Leland. \\'. . I luwer was here from the Smoky City last evening. Janme Shield has returnecJ after a io days visit inl Salt Lake City, It)gden and other t tilh points. Those who are desirous of entering the comr petition for the prizes offered by the Adamst department store for the most meritorious photographs of tihe Washoc ieltler sIULk and its smouke, will please leave photographs at the Adams store as soon as possible to insure their being entered in the contest, (korge PI. We\llcome has gonle ast a short distanice to meet lMrs. Wellcome, who is re turning aifter an extended trip. IIn the ,imatter of the estate of James II. Pomeroy an order was matde in the district court yesterday apptointing an administrator and fixing thtat ullicial's bond at $5oo. For first-class prlnting, bookbinding or steel die work at reasonable prices call at the Inter Mountain office, Main street, next to the post* office. The funeral of the late T.Lou Durston Showers occurrcd from the family residence at a o'clock this afternnon. Interment took place In Hill cemnetery. Many friends were in atitendance to paiy their respects to the dead boy and to his hearthroken parents and other relatives. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Mslethodist church mrjt during the afternoon at the lecture room of the church. Refreshments were served during the session. Ladles, you need some dainty stationery and calling cards, and we furnish just that sort. Inter Mountain office, No. ao3 Main street, Anaconda. J. Gossett of the Ilutte, Anaconda and Pacific train dispatching service, has accepted a similar position at Havre. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Christian church met dutring the afternoon with Mirs. It. D Mahan at her home, 5q7 West Sixth street. ?Mrs. James Cousins and children are cx, peeled to return from the East today. REAL ESTATE ACTIVE RESUMiPTION OF WORK AT THE SMELTER HA6 GIVEN BUSINESS A DECIDED BOOM. nPI(4fAL TO TIlE INTER MOt'NTAIN. Anacondn, Sept, a4.--l.ocal real estate men report a sudden activity in real estate and other property throughout the county. The recent resumption of the W\\'hoe smelting plant and the increased employment of many men in other departmtents and by local firms because of the increased btusiness has given the townspeolde a slight stimulus, and in con sequetel brighter days are looked for in the ,business worldl. R. dell. Smith, as agentl, yesterday made two sules, both of which assisted in renewing faith inl the community. air. Sm.ith made a good local deal and within a few hours thereafter had disposed of a good sized ranch for one of his clients. The property Ls situated in the Big Hotle country, anld the trallsaction itnvolved several thousand dollars. SMITH-RAWLINS TRIAL SET FOR SEPTEMBER 25 SPEI'tAt. 10 tlit. INiER Mot'NTAIN. Anacolnda:, Sept. s.q.--The trial of Mrl. Letona Smitlh and J. E. Rawlins, who are charged with living together illegally. was yesterday set for September aS, by Judge Ifendricks, before wlhom the preliminary hItriing was held. The arrcst was caused by Frank Smith, l.eonai, husband, who re cently returtnd fromt thi coutttry, HE SAYS HE IS INNOCENT Reddy Protests That He Was Not Steal ing Amalgam When Arrested. SIt 'IAI,. iO TtiE I:N'it:H MS I,' NTAIN. Anaconltlda, .Sep. . 4. -'Thl'lomas Iteddy, who is out of jail ont $i.7so honds furnished by Mrs. Julius Kaiser and J. It. Gnose, declares lie is Innocent of the clharge of stealing amalgam from the Irench Gutlch .Mining company, and that he was only experienlting with the dust when arrested. G;eorge ()gilvie, charged with the same ollfense, is still in jail. The case will be heard Tuesday beflore Jus. tice of the P'cale .Murphy. In Jail Again. SI'RP(AI. tO THE. INrat MOt'KTAIN. AnacoInda, Sept. 24.--Con Casey and lertha King, who were given a floater frotm the city a month ago, were discov ered ill a local lodging house last even ing andl taken, in by the police. They will be givetn a trial on the charge of unlawful cohabitation. Storrar at Red aRck. NPt't(IAI. TO Titll: INTERt MOI'NTAIN. Anaconda, Sept. .4.--Sheriff Storrar is spending a few days on his ranch at Red Hock. CONVENTION CLOSED DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERACY AS SEMBLEO AT BOZEMAN ELECT OFFICERS FOR YEAR. SPECIAL T TIO TE INTER MO '.':TAIN. Bozeman, Sept. 24.-Montana division of the Daughters of the Confederacy closed its annual state session here last evening after a most gratifying meeting. At the session yesterday afternoon the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President. Mrs. J. L. Patterson, Boze man; first vice president, Mrs. Charles Dollar, Helena; second vice president, Mrs. Hluston, l.ivingston; treasurer, Mrs. Anna Hart, liozeman; recording and cor responding secretary, Evie Morris, Hel ena; historian. Mrs. V. A. Cockrell, Boze man; state delegate to the national con vention, Mrs. V. A. Cockrell. Three camps were represented at the convention-Robert E. Lee camp of Liv ingston, W\innie E. Davis camp of Helena and Mary I. McClure camp of Bozeman. At the social session last evening a number of interesting papers were read, after which an elaborate banquet was held, attended, among others, by members of Price camp, Confederate Veterans, of Bozeman. The national convention will be held at Charleston, S. C., in November next. JANEJAN IS GUILTY VERDICT OF MANSLAUGHTER FOUND AGAINST FRENCHMAN-TO BE SENTENCED SATURDAY. SPECIAL TO TIlE INTER MOUNTAIN. Missoula, Sept. 24.--'Manslaughter was the verdict of the jury in the case of Victor Janejan, charged with killing Will iam Phernetton in front of his cabin on the island, May ao, ooj3 The court will sentence Janejan Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock. Janejan was expecting to be acquitted and was intensely disappointed when led into court and told of the verdict. He bowed his head and wept bitterly. When County Attorney Hall was making his closing remarks to the jury he made a few remarks derogatory to the character of Attorney Persons, and that gentleman took exception to the statements. No time was wasted over preliminaries; they came together immediately and were mixing things at a lively rate when separated by tho bailiff. Three witnesses, Charles Anderson, B. J. Flynn and Mrs. William Phernetton, were .xamined before 9:45, when a short recess was taken. When the court came to order Judge Web pter read some lengthy instructions to the jury. Following this Attorney Hall made a plea to the jury, which lasted an hour and a half, In cloinag his remarks Mr. Hall stated to the jury that Janejan pre ferred hanging to imprisoanent, no mat ter how short the sentence. It is expected Attorney Parsons will ap peal for a new trial. A $2,500,000 Fire. St. Petersburg, Sept. 24.-Fire has broken out at the Billebat naphtha foun. tains belonging to the firm of Nobet, at Baku, and has already caused damage estimated at $a.,oo,ooo. The works have been completely destroyed and the fire is still spreading. INSURGENTS HOLD PORTE'S MEN OFF BATTLE IN PROGRESS IN KREBNA PASS, WHERE REBEUS SEEM TO HAVE BEST OF IT. BRITISH SQUADRON IS THERE Arrives at Crete to Take a Hand Should Occasion Arise-Turks Lose Heavily in Battle. (Continued from Page One.) reply to the Bulgarian note, believing it is merrely a maneuver to impress the powers with the idea that Turkey is doing her ut most to effect a settlement before going to **%a r. . similar impression seems to prevail at Srfia since Bulgaria, in answering, requires 'urkey to cease mobilizing, stop the mas saocru and withdraw her troops from near the frontier before she will consider the propost.als. Russian Note. aY AssOrt1A ED PRESS, St. Petersburg, Sept. 24.-The Russian gortrnment has issued an official note re iterating that the attitude of the powers is regard to the Austro-Russian reform sche.me for Macedonia is unchanged and that, consequently, neither Turkey or Bul garia can expect support from any quarter it the event of open or secret resistance to the scheme. After reviewing the failure of concili atolry measure, the government says: "'These, however, did not satisfy the M..acedonian committees which have sprung up. The probability which has become apparent that the Christian population wouldI calm down under the influence of reforms deprived these committees of all fasorable ground for the realization of their revolutionary plans. While proclaiming that their object was the protection of their co-religionists against Turkish oppression, these commit tec. in reality seek to attain their selfish aitit of modifying the administrative sys tent in the province so as to convert it into a Bulgarian Macedonia, to the detri m,'nt of the rights and privileges of the other Christian peoples, whose interest is equltally dear to orthodox Russia. "As the leaders found no support among the non-Bulgarian element in Macedonia, they exerted themselves to raise a gen eril insurrection by cruel outrages and ter r.rizing in order to hinter the projected reforms. Unhappily, in spite of the pre <autions of the Sofia government, the Macedonian agitation spread considerably. in Rulgaria itself finding support among It uhe who reckoned that the outbreak thus caused would compel Russia to alter her pirogram and proclaim herself the cham pion of the unrealizable plans of the lead ers of the revolution. "This fatal conception against which Russia gave incessant warnings has brought upon the Christians in Turkish villayets grievous oppression which will 't.ly endd' .hi't the incursion of insurgents from Bulgaria and revolutionary activity of the committees cease. Not until then can the immediate application of reforms needed by the population and by which they will be protected from Turkish atrocities he insisted upon, the most ener getic endeavors having failed to bridle the fana;tlcisms of the Mtussulnans. "In view of the thickening complica tions, the Russian and Austrian govern ments have reiterated their views to this effect both at Sofia and at Constantinople, and acting en the suggestion of Austria tand Russia, all t.ae governments of the powers which signed the treaty of Berlin have instructed their representatives to Tturkey and Bulgaria to emphasize their full unatimity in the Austro-Russian work of pacifying. the Balkans, so as to remove all misconceptions of, possible assistance ,in the event of dangerous enterprises. ,These representatives have been instructed to inake a declaration to the governments of Turkey and Bulgaria as follows: "'The present state of affairs in the Turkish villayets, which is due to the criminal intentions of committees and revolutionary bands, does not alter the attitude of the powers in regard to the program of action advanced early in the year by the powers most interested. Con sequently Turkey nor Bulgaria can rely on the support of any power in the event of open or secret opposition to the realiza 'timt of this schmne. "'The imperial government hopes this new warning will convince Turkey, as well as Bulgaria, of the utility of any at temrpt to avoid the fulfillment of the de inandls made upon tnem and cause them to take all the measures ii the'r power for the repression of the disturbances in the Balkan peninsula, which can only have the mUobt serious consequences both for the Ottoawtan empire and Bulgaria.'" AL DAYIS ARRESTED TWIN BRIDGES ,AN 1S SAID TO HAVE KILLED SHEEP HE DID NOT OWN. .PECIAL TO TIHE INTER MOUNTAIN, ' Virginia City, Sept. 24.-Al Davis, fore an of Frank Madden's ranch at Twin ridges, was arrested on a warrant issued foni Justice Virden's court of this city anJ ought here today. Davis will be given prelintinary hearing on the charge of gand larceny on Saturday, October a3. ! Bonds were fixed at $5oo, which Davis could not furnish and the prisoner was rbmanded to the custody of Sheriff Hill. SThe specific charge against Davis is Mthat, while foreman of the Madden ranch, al band of sheep belonging to Archie Hyndman broke into the pasture contain ing Madden's sheep and that Davis slaughtered a number of the treaspassers a d sold the inutton. Banks to WMerge. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS, SNbw York, Sept. 24.-Stockholders of the National Bank of Commerce and the Western National bank yesterday ratified the agreement of merger between the two institutions. The Fair Divorcee. Addyston (at the reception)-Jove I old man, but that's a stunning.looking woman. Hartwell-Isn't she, though. Addyston-Wonder if she's married? Hartwell-Yes; three times, I under. stand.-Cincinnati Enquirer. Copper City Commercial Co. SPECIALS IN Waistings, Skirtings and Dress Goods OXFORD WAISTINGS 20c Light and dark colorings; some of them are fleeced back; all fast colors and good styles. A Bargain at 20c Yard Scotch Flannel Waistings 388 inches wide, in neat checks and stripes, suitable for shirt waists, children's dresses, etc., the kind that wash without shrinking. Only 50c Yard New Velvet Waistings Awfully stylish this season, in dark grounds with small fig ures; also, the heavy colored effects in all the good shades, such as cream, cardinal and navy. Ask to see them. Special 95c Yard Sale of Black Dress Goods Here is a lot of the most popular materials shown this season --etamines, voiles, mistrel cloths, mohairs, etc., all in one lot and worth $1,00 yard. Your Choice This Week 69c Yd Cheviot Skirtings We are showing all the now and desireable shades for fall in cheviot serge,, storm serges, venetian cloths, zibelines, kerseys, etc., swell Scotch mixtures and English tweeds, a great assort ment here for your choosing. Prices $2, $1.50. $1.25,$1 and 75c Butte, Anaconda & Pacific ly, Co. Passenger Time Table, Sept. 23, qo3. WESTI OL'ND. EASTBOUND. Local Leave Arrive Local Leave Arrive Trains. Butte. Anaconda. Trains. Anaconda. liutts No. a-B., A. & P.......o:oo a.m. o:ssa.m. No. a--B., A. & P....... 8: oa.m. P9:s a.m. No. 3-B., A. & P....... 1:o0 p.m. a:oo p.m. No. 4-B., A, & P.......1 & a as a.. ss:4n p.m. No. s-B., A. & P...... 5:oo p.m. aSI5 P.m. No. 6-B., A. & P....... I:r p.m. 4:15 p.n4 No. y--B., A. & P.......ao:45 p.m. 1s:4o p.m. No. 8-B., A. & P....... 6:35 p.m. 7:3o p.na To make connections with Northern Pacific Railway Westbound tralsa at Durant leave Anaconda at It:35 a. m., 3:20 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 0. S. L. Railway at Silver Bow leave Anaconda at 3:.n p. m. Tickets on sale at city ticket office (Great Northern Railway), as Main street, Butte, and at passenger station, B., A. & P. Railway, .r r. TALKS FOR MEN WHO RAISE FOOD FARMER'S INSTITUTE IS TO BE ONE OF THE FEATURES AT THE STATE FAIR. MEN WHO KNOW TO SPEAK List of Speakers Contains Authorities on Diversified Subject, From Mon tana and Elsewhere, SPECIAL TO THE INrTR MOUNTAIN. Helena, Sept. 24.-'I ne farmers' insti tute has been arranging a program for each day of the State fair, which will be held here from October s to to. It'will undoubtedly prove instructive to all who are interested in agriculture. A tent will be provided for the use of the farmers' institute, and some of the meetings will be held in it. Matters per taining to every phase of farm life will be discussed, The following program, although some what preliminary, will be carried out. A few names may be added between now and October 5; The Farm-"Native Blue Joint of Montana; Its Value as Grass and as Hay and the Best Market For It," Mr. Thomas Mi. Everett, Her. lem; "Practical Hints on Irrigation," Mr. 1. D. O'Donnell, Billings; "Irrigation Farming as An Economic Question," Mr. W. W. Gam ble, Choteau; "Irrigation Water, Its Value and Use," Mr. John M. Robinson, Bozeman; "The Livestock of Montana," Dr. Knowles, Ilelona; "Alfalfal Growing and Feeding," Mr. 1. 1). O'Donnell, Billings; "My Experience in Feed. ing Sheep and Steers," Mr. John M., Robin. son, Boseman; address by Mr. V. K. Chestnut, Bureau of Plant Industry, \Vashington, D. C.; "Grasshoppers in Montana," Prof. R. A. Coo lay, Montana Agricultural college; address on "Horticulture," President W. B. Harlan, Como; "Vegetable Gardening," Prof. R. W. Fisher, Montana Agricultural college; address by Mr. E. N,. Brandigee, president State Board of Horticulture; "Some Montana Fruit Pests," Prof. R. A. Cooley, Montana Agricultural col lege; "Poultry on the Farm," Mr. R. N. Sutherland, White Sulhphur Springs; "Butter, Making on the Farm," Professor LinAeld, Montana Agricultural college; "The Dairy In. dustry, as It Is in the East," W. J, Elliott, Montana Agricultural college; "How to Keep the Boy on the Farm," Prof. M. J. Elrod, Montana university, Missoula; "Social Life on the Farm," Mr. E. Broox Martlr, Bozeman; "Economy of Food," Miss Harkins, Montana Agricultural college; address by Dr. James Reid, president Montana Agricultural college, The Daly Bank and Trust Company of Anaoonda Anaoonda, Montano. General banking In all branches. Sen geban se on New York Chicago, St. Paul, Othaha, San Francisco etc., and draw direct on the principal cities of England, ra Ireland, Germany and the Orient. osits from $s.o andJ upward received. Correspondents National Cli bank, New York First National bank Chia o First Nations bank St. Paul; Omaha National bank, Omaha; Bank of California, San Fran. edsco. John R. Toole, presidentj M. 3. Greenwood, vice peaidenat; Louis V. Bennett, cashier; . Norbei, 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 Hard Why ean't pou do it as well? Turf Exchange Pool Rooms Bar and Club Rooms ia Connectis.. Main Street, Anaaonda, CHARLES CLASS WITH ORE Hometake Miner is in the City With a Shipment. Charles Class, who has been minng near Homestake, is in the city with a shipment of ore which he took from a claim recently located. The, shipment came from a shoot at a depth of about so feet, and AMr. Class will prospect the lead further in an endeavor to discovwr the continuation of the shoot, The present shipment is mop of a m..t sample than anything else, Observations on Irrigation. Washington, Sept. 4.--Elwood Mead, chief of the irrigation department of Aa agricultural department, returned yeste. day from a tour of Investigation in Italy and other European countries, He will later make a report to Secretary Wilson noting his observations of irrigation syw tems abroad.