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INTER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA BUREAU
203 Main Street,-Telephone No. 69-Advertising Rates on Application REY, MR, OLIVER TO BE MARRIED EVANGELIST KNOWN HERE WILL TAKE MISS CAROLYN LOUISE WILLIAMS TO WIFE. S1PE'IAI. TO THEll I NT 'i( MOl' NTAIN. tlnatconda, Sept, 3.. '- )n ()cctlier 7, at II o'clock, at Edgewoodl, \\inthlcd, Kansas, Caro. lyn Louise, daughter of iMr. .ilan lertrain \'illinams is to be married to Irench Earl Oliver. Thre marriage at Winfolehl will lie of taterest to many residents of Mintatlla becatus'e of the nact that Mtr. ()liver is o 0 tof tihe very well known evantgelists who has visi, d this Mate int days gIone by nltd wllhose friends are Itunl. breed here by the hItll1dredt. Rev. .ir. Oliver is still a young man, thotugh onte of the foremtiost workcilrs in his linle the centttry hits ktnown,. lle made hituldrels oat Ciolterts in Antaconda and in Iluttc. The visit of the evangelist to t te Smoky City was a Inemorable one in the histiory of that tiaWIn. Ile had thet standing upill at all of his meet ings there. For weeks he conducted revival services and nlade for himself n record in Iitlte never before or sinlce cqtulled by one on the religious platform. The bride-to be is the d:lughter of an evan gelist also. Rev. Mtr. W\illiams' rputation throughlout the East is of the higlhet s'tandard. BUSY TERM IN THE DIS TRICT COURT EXPECTED Many Matters Are to Occupy Attention of Judge Napton-Motion to File New Complaint Overruled. FI':E 3. TO I 1 E INTER ,MOUNTAIN. Anacotnda, Sept. 3.. -'relparationhts are bteing made by Judge Napton for the Oc tober term of the district court in this county. The calendar. Iath criminal aud civil, is unttusually long and a lllusy sessionil is expected. The criminail Idocket alone will occupy about two weeks of the court's tithe. Yesterday Jutldge N;apton overruled the anotito of tile plaintiff ll or leave to file anll almen.ded comptlait ill the case of C. N. Davidson and others against R. Merrill. The suits ill ejectment hbrnugltt yester day by the Anaconda C'opper Mining cotrt panly agailibt variouls squatters, menlation of which was ftadle inl the Inter Mounltain last eventilng, art, to seculre lpossessionl tof land inl the various gulches crossed by the big \\'ashne smelter thallne. The land is putentedtt l th tie conmparny, but the srquatters refuse to move. WOMEN OF W. C. T. U. ARE TO GIVE A NICE DINNER Iope to Raise Funds to Go Toward Pay ment of Drinking Fountain Pre sented to the Smelter City. 5PEPIA A 'tio THE INtI t IMOt'NTAtN. Anac.'nda, Sept. 3'.-- Sueess has t"t huts far crownted the tTorts of thlte W. C. T'. L'., which orgaanizarlin took it ullponl its members to raise funds uffiicient to pay for the erection of a public dlrinking founttain titl East Park avenltue. 'The fountain is in place and in good order. anal it is thouglht will be a Iblessing to thouse who pass that waly. The winomeln if the W. C('. T. U. have hardly sulltieient mttrney with which to pay for the fountain andu the necessary iln cidentail expenses, so they hiave decided to have a New 'lnglllal dinnellllr itn Fridlay, it 3 o'clock, and theraflter. The dinner will tie given at 313 East lPark avenlue. I'llle-". tlh weather llalticnges materi ally it is quite likely that the alttentdalntce a tnd the receipts as well Iont this occasiion will lie well worthy of special nlntiont . as is the cause fcor which tile wt.nt aire so induaistriously worling. ANACONDA BOY GOES BACK TO HIS VESSEL SI'a IALi. TO "I i INTIR 0 hit N TAI cN. Anaconda, Spclt. 30.,-VWilliam (ialllaghcr, an Anacomi Iilb y now ut' apprentice in thie navy, tln of ('onstablte Gallaghlerr,iafter spending 15 lavys' eavc with his parents, left ye-terday to rejoin his ship, tlhe C('ilumlia, at the Ilrooklynl navy yard. It is exptected that the Columbia i ill be rdelred to Soutlt tern waters for an ttitel-i.'' ci ui'e this init wi . NEW TAX ROLL COMPLETED SPIt'tIAI TaO T'il INTR MOI t'NTAItN. Anaconda, Sept. 3i.--I'il (Grettnal, coulnty clerk tund recorder, and his deputies have com plleted the tnew tax roll for the county. L.egally it is the same old roll, but so many changes were malde by the Itboard of equalization in the valnations axtdl by the assessor that it is prac tically a new documnent. Night work has been nec..sa;ry to coltplete tile task. Bringing in the Truants. SIiJIAL 'iTO TatlIt IN ti.r MOUNTAIN. Anacondal, Sept. 3o.- I)uring the panst wreek fcichool ('lerk CLustecr has been pecrtarming the duties of truant ofticer. IJn that timet he has rotunded utp about ao truants and taken them before Siulrilntendlent )ale. 'IThe clerk is niow sendtling out trnant notices tao parents, calling their atteation to the fact that the law requtir.a the alttendance of all Slhilrean of school age at sihool. ALWAYS TIRED NEVER RESTED To be tired out from hard work or bodily exercise is natural and rest is the remedy, but k.. there is an exhaustion without physical exer- . tion and a tired, never-rested feeling--a weari ness without work that is unnatural and shows some serious disorder is threatening the health. One of the chief causes of that "Always-tired, never-rested condition" is impure blood and bad circu lation. Unless the body is nourished with rich, pure blood there is lack of nervous force, the mus- yeas suffered with general debility, les become weak, the di- cousng .torouj brekindown of mn s stem. My gestion impaired, and oousin who ha been ene tead by s.;. ., told me eneral disorder occurs about t, tried it ond it cured e. hertily eo o o t.o 4 d. . to ail who may eel to ad oe e throughout the system. thorougnly good tDlO tonic. OUrs trUl Debility, insomnia, ner- 44 W. Ninth St., Colu , To .I vousness, indigestion, dyspepsia, loss of appetite, strength and energy, and the hundreds of little ailments we often have are due directlyto a bad con dition of the blood and circulation, and the quickest way to get rid of them is by purifying and building up the blood, and for this purpose no remedy equals . 8. S., which contains the best in redients for cleansing thebloodand toning up thesystem. Itis aveetable lood parifier and tonic combined, that enriches the blood, and throug it the entire system is nourished and refreshing sleep comes to the tired, never-rested, body. ..l7e SWIFT IPEOIFIO 00,, ATLAi TA, A. IN AMALGAM TRIALS JUSTICE MURPHY TAKES CASE UN DER ADVISEMENT-HITCH IN PROCEEDINGS. SPI, I'IT. TIHE INTER MOUNTAIN., Anracorlda, Stpt. 3jo, -Little progress wasi madl yesterday in the preliminary examination of (I.Gorget ()gilvie and 'rThomas Reddy before Justice of the Peace Mlurphy on the charge of I.traling amalgam from the French G(ulch I redy ing company. A large portion of the time was taken tip with hearing objections nntade by Attorney J. II. I, lTy, attorney for the defendanti , to questions put by the prosr. Sttiltio . Presidlent W. It, Allen of the comtnltly wast the chitel witness of the day. lIe told of how he and W. II. Mahoney hid in lie birtsh near the dredge boat to detect the tnwi who had been robbing the compeIany, le dIeseCibehd htow theyl aw s.llelronell gL to the "save all"' box, of calling Roy Iavidson and; then of watching the olperations of lleddly and Igilvie, lIh fur ther le.,cried Ihow lie broke iin on the men and tecetsintg them of theft and of Re'ddy't asuerrling lthat le I l.t'eddly) was there for the first time and was just Ipanning a liltte tlthl for a guni' iglht. II' alsrr naIrrtted, as plrevirously Iuhlih- I d, the allegre conl.scion of ()gilvle to hint, and ttli of I gilvir's tutrning over to hlimt atnalgatn then in ()Igilvie's posscsiomi. lh.er was where a sori'ot)s hitch ill the pro credings came. Attorney l)tdfy objectelid to furtlher t estimony regtarding the a:llegel confer. silln, hodling that it was iut a va tlllnary rtl'l fr . sl , i ul t I tIdI ntl tllllrr lttrec:,. 'lhere wna houg argnitetl on the s'tbjcct. Justice lMurplhy tr ok thIe matter tllnder advisement unultil Friday at 10 i. 1it. SANTRY-HERRERA FIGHT PROBABLE LOCAL ATHLETIC CLUB HOPES TO BRING BOXERS HERE FOR A 20-ROUND BOUT. sII i,1. if t Till" INTER I O NTM AIN. Aflnnda.l, S.ept, .o.-Unlen 4 planr go antits S lll roulllnd ItXinIg h.nt will be eerll ill AntL in'l i i the llllar future with the Ifaltinu.i Mtlia( . Astnli IIh lerrra., and l:ity Santry ats th. parli'ipant, . .Manager "Middy" lth l, ad. TedI u inspht y iof (hicago, respectively Itoking aftelr the inter'ei t, of i errera atl S;iety. hlave labout agreed ais to termst. 'I- I,'l.o will omi ,,IT under the atupices of lhe Tw lntitch In'illtury, clu , and will be llth first of a stries ofl' good boxiung contestt,- which that orgnititti peoptes to havte here. ltn a itnultbr of tccasions o lie local tluib Iha. in deaviracl Ito arratnge for boxing ul.nts, but 'eitlh 'iltie j ltle' tir ll' iet .te it l ttt lle c leit llelth l roked or a little off color on one side or the other, and in consequence 'achl match was called off. The club official, are determined tt have tnone but the hest iof tn facel', their audiiences, a id in ,o.eqt ute ','L ac'e w.aited lung andl patiently for a good m attch. ;Santry needs n introdu ction t the lsprtling t i' it ;o part of tilt cot try. is recordt c, i gilld rote and his abllity now is better ilane tcc. lhe will make the' la.c.oi go fast it, witi. CHARLES NICHOLAS IS DEAD Well-Known Cook Passes Away at St. Ann's Hospital. I'I( AI. Tit ' Ell: INTI.k Ot' 'NTAIN, Anaconda, Sept. 3n. -'ltharlen Nicholas, a cook who has bees tnmployed fnhi nilly of the I ca'iil restartira ts and cafe' flor the past i! several years, diedl at St. Ani t' hospital last etvctiit. Deceased was tio years of age. le wlas a ctuber of the ('aoksw ad Waiters' tllunion and a member of lthe Frateirnail rder eof t'tgles. Nichila has ien sick fic or two wceeks. The last time he did Seee rvice il the kitchen f,rs at the Mill ('reek hctel. The funeral will likely e hel fromt \\'alsh's undertaking rooms ltomorrol'w lJft erlon. llc NEW CHOIR IS ORGANIZED Good Music Is Assured at the Methodist Episcopal Church, SI'-t IAI. TO i-:tN IN It.It MOi t'NT''AIN. Anaco.dla, Sept. 3o,-.utore than twenty voices have been organized by Rev. Dr. lanbly into ait chir for the Methodist Episcopal church. Miss Mcl)cDougall, instructor in music in the city schools, is leader of the new choir anud PIrofeissor Crawford is the organist. The choir met last night for the first time. It will practice regularly on Tues day .and Friday evenings. AMUSEMENTS S4PECIAL 'r"4 Ti'll, INTER MOt'N TAIN. Anaconda, Sept. to.--]repare to receive Itaverly's Mattldon iMinstrels, introdncing filly Van. Real. hlack'faced minstrelsy has nevetr lost its htld on the affections of the theater-gocrs, tite Il tie coming of ilaverly's .1Mastodon minttrels will be awaited with mtucle pleasurable anticipation. There are many io called miintrel showe on ttie road this season, but only one which faithfully adheres to the minstrel text. That thow is Hlaverly' .Masto. dont, and in this show no white faces are allowed to mar the study in black, all the per frmecrs being made up in the "dyed and kinky wool" order, Hfaverly's Mactodon Minstrelhs comes to the Margaret theater fresh from their Trast.on. tinental triumphs, where they have played to record breaking business. The ]asten press, without exception, heartily praiseld the per. formance. "In Old Kentucky" a *uooesa. SPRCIAL TO T11E INtER MOUNTAXN. Anaconda, Sept. 3o.-At the Margaret theater last evening th4º famous and always popular play, "In Old Kentucky," brought out an inm mense audience. The upper part of the theater was Jammed; small boys there hung over the railing of the balcony, while the younger women crowded into the boxes and on the stairways, wherever the opportunity afforded. The lower section was comfortably nl.l.d throughout. As usual the play took well. ilhe company is a good one and in charge of Main' ger Considine bids fair to break the record for business this season. ANACONDA BRIEFS A. D. T. messenger-prompt, reliable. II. F. Errett has returned from Great Fall,. where he went on business. The Ifavalli hotel at lHamilton will be kitot open thle Vinr round. litary Mtlcller was down from ilutte yestlr day. It. W. Rodgers spent yesterday in Jlutte ,,i huiairesi., ior first-class printing, bookhblning or st die work at reasonable prices call at the Inter Mountain office, Main street, next to the rt office. i Attorneys eo(;rge I1. Winston and W. ti, Trippet were altertlling to legal business ya' terdaiy. Attaorney I(ftt,rt ( 'rr is here trom Otta, i:. liI., the guest of Mr. ('iamlbell of the pilt office. Ladies, you need some dainty statlolery anti calling cards, andl we furnish just that sort. Inter Mountain office, No. ao3 Main street, Anaconda. Mrs. I). II. Twohy is here from Hope, ,daho J. iA. Srttle was dsiown yesterday from hIut,. W. I). Ileynobla of Ilutte spent yeaterd,,v here in hbusiness and returnedll on the evening train for his hioim,. The real estate man w , residted in Ailnaondali fLir so ianny years mistanl allnaly of tile familiar faces about the lo ba streets. 'There in l tie n sorliia essalonl at the lodelt raalllas on Thlr.day eavcnilng. The local me1' tiers and visitinlg brethrean are requested to 1,, present. 'iThose whall are going to enter the Compelt Lion for the I,prizes givenl by the Adams Depaut nlatl stolr foIr lithe nmost merilorious phoit gr;llh of theIl \\ sllr,i snlelter stlack must halr their namlelu* and th pli.lotoralphs taken at the Adamllns I)eplartmnrt stlore not liter than 'hua daly revening, lctahler 1. COTTON MEN MEETIN ANNUAL ADDRESS OF PRESIDENT WALMSLEY BEFORE THE NEW ENGLAND CONVENTION. lti AataSa l.1'l 1, i PRESS. L.cenox, .Mass., Selpt. 30.-- At toalny's ses sion of the New Englalnd Cotton Manul facturers' coiinvention Plresidentl Walmaley IlaSde the annual dh-ress. Presideniit \;ahll.nsley in his .'annual adl diress referredi to te unsaltisfactory coll dIltiaion of thle rcoitlon tralde at Ihe preseit titlle land tial ihthe pllast live ilonthi h.as ibeen one of lthle mIost difnicult periods cver expelriencid. C'ontinuiitg lie said: "t is a deploralble c ircumstlince that the perniciois ipractice oaf cornerinlg such :a Inecessalry staple ;as corttonl shoitld be pos silale, demoiratlizing and paralyzing for the time being anl inldustry of such illttilentc wealth to ilndividuals aandl too hie lnaltiol as tha:t o(f cottonll tlan;Iil(ICtutring tlhrowing,l Iout of .emploilllymenit suid 'reducing to tihe vergs oaf starvationi the thousands of fanm ilies withose very exis.tencer is dependelt slpuin lthe cor(ntinued and;i steady operationll of lthe facrtories where they find clnplo). ilelt, The Iiianefult illluence of tlis speculative manipulali tion of cotton is i maitter of serious concllterltn and for whictl Ithere can li tl no justifica;tionl whatsoever. "Th'( force Iof these conlsiderationls shlould sullrly be anfticientt to justify sotnlc concertedtl ainl itliited actioll towards put tinlg i sltopi to the gamb:llliilg Olperations which inflict sulch widleslpread suffeTring andi illnjury llupon so manlly and suchl itl portlalt inlterests." in referriing to cotton manufatcturilng in the South Presidletnt W\llnsley said: "\We warmily coiingrtulate the Sot il thIe greallt development of its natural al.i indalustriail resources. IThere is surely ;illll'l roomlll for lioth North andt South. The s.lllrecllacy of cottonl malnufacturing ilt New IEngland, ill iily oplinion, will con! tinuel unassaiilable." WIFE COMMITS SUICIDE Husband Flings Himself on Her Dead Body to Beg Forgiveness. Spokane, Sept. 3o.-Mrs. Blanche Rus sell, the young wife of a Great Northern conductor, swallowed enough aconite this morning to kill a dozen persons, and ex pired in great agony. :. t . 1ll health and a quarrel with her h4lt hand were the causes. Theodore Russell, the husband, threw himself on the dead body and implored forgiveness for any acts of his that might have precipitated the deed. Mrs. Russell was 23 years of age and leaves a 2-year-old daughter. Her relatives live in Athena, Ore. Maguire Gives State a Letter. SPtEIAL TO T'1I11 INTER MOUNTAIN, Helena, Sept. 3o.-John Maguire, the veteran theatrical manager, who is in the city, today presented to the state historical library the original of a letter he received from General Custer at Fort Lincoln, Dakota Territory, August 8, 1875, accredit ing him and his theatrical company to the various post conunanders in the North west. The letter recently was reproduced In full in the Inter Mountain. Yom Kipper at Helena. SPECIAL TO TH'lE INTER MOUNTAIN. Helena, Sept. 3o.-At the Temple Emanu El this evening the Jews of this city will begin the observance of the solemn fast of Yom Kippur, Rabbi Jacob Meilziner will have charge of the services, which will continue through tomorrow. AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS ATTEN TIONI Those who are going to enter the competi* tion for the prizes given by the Adams Depart ment store for the most meritorious phot9. graph of the Washoe smelter stack, must have their names and the photos taken at the Adams Department store not later than Thurs day evening, October I. Park county offers a reware of five hundred dollars for the arrest and conviction of party or parties dynamiting bridge just east of ..p ingston, Sunday, August a. A DELIGHTFUL SUMMER TRIP, If you are going East this summer why not see Salt Lake City and Denver and the elegant scenery through Colorado along the lines of the Rio Grande system? You can't beat it for excellent service and good accommodations, Only one change of cars between Butte and Chicago and St. Louis. Write for rates and a copy of "With Nature in Colorado." G, W, Fitzgerald, general agent, Butte, Montana. FIRE CHIEFS MEE IN ANNUAL CONFA OHIEF SANGER OF BUTTE fMAKES AN ADDRESS ON BETTERMENT OF STATE SERVICES. MENTRUM'S IDEAS ON FIRE Anaconda Chief Thinks General Code Should Be Adopted by the De partments of State. SPECIAL TO TIHE INTER MOtUNTAIN. Great Falls, Sept. *o.-This is an off day In the convention of the iMontana State Firemen's association, as all being given up to sightseeing. Tonight at 9:45 the as scimbled delegates will sit down to a sump tuous banquet. At last night's session the fire depart nments of Kalispell, Walkerville and the new Washoc smelters at Anaconda pre sented applications for membership and were admitted. Each delegate received from the local commrnittee a unique souvenir badge, made entirely of copper fromn the B. & M. smelter. Several interesting papers were read during the evening. One was by Peter Sanger, chief of the Butte fire department. In it Chief Sanger made a number of im portant suggestions for the betterment of the fire protection service in the cities of the state. He also recommended the estab lishment of a state firemen's insurance fttund. A notable paper was read also by Robert S. Mentrum, chief of the Anaconda de partment. In part Chief Mentrunt said: "Mr. President and Members of the As sociation-I have been assigned the sub ject of electrical installation, the advis ability of supervision of these installations through the medium of a state inspector and the expediency of such recommenda tion by this body. "There are few buildings in a city or town of any size that are not supplied with electrical equipment of some kind, either for light or power or both. "That the use of electricity for lights, heat and power introduces an additional fire hazard is a matter regarding which there is little doubt by men of experience. It has been aptly described as so much liquid fire running through a building from cellar to garret by night and by day. It can, however, be made the safest method of lighting a building, for it does away largely with the use of matches, with the danger of swinging gas brackets and the ignition of curtains anl draperies blown into flame by winds. When electricity is used exclusively in a building, it prevents explosions from escaping gas; the ex plosion of oil lamps and, to some extent, eliminates candle fires. "On the other hand millions of dollars of losses have been due to electrical defects, manly of which could have been corrected. The great trouble is that wires are in stalled in buildings in many cases by in competent persons, and even when in stalled safely are often improperly changed afterwards by some "handy mlan" about the premises who does not realize the danger. Th6 proper placing of electric wires and littings is undoubtedly a mat ter of the greatest importance, for in no other branch of building is work of in ferior construction so easily concealed, while in no other branch are the needs of the highest class of the materials and workmanship more urgent. "Architects, engineers antd fire under writers have not beenl slow to appreciate the benefits and dangers of electricity and have given much attention to it. To se cure a standard code of rules that would be recognized authority for the installation of electrical wiring apparatus, various ar* chitectural, electrical and insurance inter ests, somle years ago compiled and adopted a set of rules and requirements known as HAIR GROWTH Promoted by Shampoos of Cuticura Soap And Dressings of Cutiodra the Great Skin Cure Purest, Sweetest, Most Effective Reaedles for Skin, Scalp and Hair. Tits treatment at once stops falling hair, removes crusts, scales and dan. druff, destroys hair parasites, soothes irritated, itching surfaces, stimulates the hair follicles, loosens the scalp akin, supplies the roots with energy and nourishment, and makes the hair grow upon a sweet, wholesome, healthy scalp when all else fails. Millions of women now rely on Cuti cura Soap assisted by Cuticura Olut ment, the great skin cure, for preserving, purifying and beautifying the skin, for cleansing the scalp of crusts, scales and dandruff, and the stopping of falling hair, for softening, whitening and soothing red, rough and sore hands, for baby rashes, ttchings and chafngs, for annoying irritations, or too free or offensive perspiration, for ulcerative weaknesses, and many sanative, anti. septlo purposes which readily suggest themselves, as well as for all the pur poses of the toilet and nursery. Cuticura remedies are the standard skin cures and humour remedies of the world. Bathe the affected parts withhot water and Cuticura Soap, to cleanse the surface of crusts and scales and soften the thickened cuticle. Dry, without hard robbing, and apply Cutioura Oint ment freely, to allay itohing, Irritation and Inflammation, a:nd soothe and heal, and, lastly, in the severer forms, take Cuticura Resolvent, to cool and cleanse the blood. A single set is often asu clent to cure the most torturing, dipa lgurlng skin, scalp and blood humours, from pimples to scrofula, from infancy to age, when all else hile. wkOr~oPUrrd olll .nPrdsm TIin COPPr R CITY ANACONDA, MONT. Men's Furnishings Special "first of the month" offer Ings of seasonable furnishings for men. Assortments are the largest and prices absolutely the lowest----quality con sidered. . . Men's Fall Underwear Pure lamb's wool underwear, in black, Men's double back and front, camel's absolutely fast color; all sizes shirts hair underwear, a thoroughly unshrink and drawers ....................... able garment in two qualities; $:.75 $1.25 and ..,...... ................ $1.2$1. Men's fine Australian wool underwear, $1,50 plain or ribbed, in shades of tan, brown Men's extra heavy four-ply Australian and flesh color; unexcelled for wear., wool, with plush back; all sizes up $ 1.5o to o ............................. $2.oo Men's extra quality fine Australian wool underwear, in tan color and blue; Men's heavy pure Scotch wool under $S.oo and ....................... wear, steam shrunk ................ $1.75 $2.50 Special Sale of Sample Shirts We have still left over zoo of those fine California flannel shirts, in navy blue and fancy mixtures, worth g th from $2.00 to $3.oo. Your choice for....... t e1 U Men's Wool Socks 65 dozen natural and gray wool socks, 25C value, at .............. ................. 6 Pairs for $1.00 Wll COPP[R CITY Butte, Anaconda & Pacific Ry. Co. Passenger Time Table, Sept. 23, 1Q0o3. WESTBOUND. EASTBOUND. 4 Local Leave Arrive Local Leave Arrive Trains. Butte. Anaconda. Trains, Anaconda. Butte, No. i-B., A. & P....... o:oo a.m. 0o:55 a.m. No. a-B., A. & P ...... S:ao a.m. p:as a.m, No. 3-B., A. & P....... z:o p.m. s:oo p.m. No. 4-B., A. & P....... :35 a.m. 12:4o p.m. No. s-B., A. & P....... s:oo p.m. 5:55 p.m. No. 6-B., A. & P....... 3:0o p.m. 4:z p.m. No. 7-B., A. & P.......so:4s p.m. 11:4op.m. No. 8-B., A. & P....... 6:35 p.m. 7:30 p.t. To make connections with Northern Pacific Railway Westbound trains at Durant leave Anaconda at .1:35 a. m., 3:ao and 6:35 p. m. To make connection with Great Northern Railway at Butte leave Anaconda at 6:3S p.m. To make connection with O. S. L. Railway at Silver Bow leave Anaconda at 3:ao p. m. Tickets on sale at city ticket office (Great Northern Railway), as Main street, Butte, and at passenger station, B., A. & P. Railway. ,t+." the 'National Electrical Code.' This code has been adopted by such well known as sociations as the 'American Institute of Architects,' 'American Institute of Elec trical Engineering,' 'National Electric Light Association,' 'National Board of Un derwriters,' and several other engineering and insurance societies. "It can be reasonably assumed that this code is today the best guide to safe con struction and if properly enforced should reduce the minimum liability of fires from electrical causes. "No set of rules or regulations, no mat ter however well gotten up, are of any practical value unless enforced. "It is an old saying that 'What is every. body's business is nobody's business.' No argument is necessary to convince you of the importance of having some one whose duty shall be to see that the rules and regulations are properly enforced; it is of equal importance that such officer or in spector be a thoroughly practical electri cian. "The question which arises is, 'Shall such inspector or inspectors be state or city officials?' I have endeavored to in form myself to some extent regarding this question and am of the opinion that this position should not be a political one, if there be any other method of securing the service. "The Fire Underwriters have recently appointed an electrical inspector for this state, with headquarters at Butte. Up to the present time little work has been done outside of Butte, but it is the purpose of the underwriters to extend this service to all portions of the state as rapidly as pos sible, and it is altogether likely that by the time of our next annual meeting a thorough, practical and impartial system of electrical inspection will be maintained throughout the state. "There is, however, a way in which we can, as an association and as individuals be of material assistance ,to the under writers and the various communities which we represent in this important matter, and that is by endeavoring to secure uniform laws throughout the state governing the in stallation of electrical wiring and equip. ments." EXCURSION TO CALIFORNIA. October as to iS, inclusive, the Oregon Short Line will sell excursion tickets, Butte to San Francisco and return, $So.oo; Los Angeles, $6o.oo, Stop.over privileges both directions; final limit of ticket, November 3o. Remember this is 0oo miles the shortest and a4 hours the quickest route to -California, Reserve berths now. Short Line city ticket office, zo5 North Main street, Butte, Montana, H. O. Wilson, general agent. The Northern Pacilh railway now offers a reward of two thousand five hundred dollars ($as,oo.oo) in place of one thousand dollars ($iooo.o) for information leading up to the arrest and conviction of parties implicated in the work of, dynamiting bridge at Livingston, E, G. PIERSON, A. G. & Tie Daly Bank and Trust Company of Anaconda Anaconda. Montana, General banking in all branches. Sell exchanges on New York Chicago, St Paul, Omaha, San Francisco eta., and draw direct on the principal cities of England, France, Ireland, Germany and the Orient. Deposits from *$.oo and upward received. Correspondents National City bank, New Yorkl First National bank Chicago; First Tational bank St. Paul; Omaha National bank, Omaha; Bank of California, San Frau. sisco. John R. Tools, presldent M. I . Greenwood, vice president* Louis V. Bennett, cashier; F. C. Norbek, as. slstant 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 can't you do it as well? Turf Exohange Pool Rooms Bar and Club Rooms In Connection. Main Street, - Anaconda. HERE 39 YEARS YET NEVER IN THE CAPITAL SPECIAL TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN, Helena, Sept, 3o,-T. J. Hayden, who has resided in Montana for 39 years and never visited Helena before today, is in town. He is on his way to Great Falls to at tend the meeting of the State Pioneers' association, Mr, Hayden is a resident of Madison county. He went to that region in 1864 and has resided there continuously since. He is a stockgrower. $6,po--Exeurson to Great Falls via Great Northern railway, Good going Sep tember y7th to October jst incllsive, Good jeturning until October 3d. City Ticket Office, 41 North Main street. W. R. MEECH, C. P. & T. A.