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INTER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA BUREAU,4
203 Main Street--Telephone No. 69-Advertising Rates Furnished on Application. ,
INTEREST IN BOUT
BETWEEN CRACKS
HERRERA AND SANTRY WILL DRAW
A GOOD CROWD WHEN THEY
BOX IN ANACONDA.
STATEMENT WAS ERRONEOUS
Mt, Haggin Club, Not the Twentieth
Century Club, Will Pull Off the
Big Match Here.
SPECIAL T TO 'ilt: INTE:R Mo't NTAIN.
Anaconda, Oct. t.-The rtatetnunt appearing
in yesterrdtay's Itter Moutntain to the effect
that Ilcrrera anttl Sanltry are likely to box
unllder the au.lires of the T'wetieth ( enttlry
club was crroncoullci.
The Mounlt Inlggin club is the organixntion
which has abouht secured the match. T'he cIlub
was organlized sollte months ago for the ipr
pose' of promoting all kinds of athletic pol,rts.
Time and again recently matchet' were malde
for welll-nownt bxers to appear hefore this
clth, but in all instanccs nsome hitch occurredl
to make tile nmagrnagemenlt suspelct riat all was
not exactly on the sqaare with the propnoned
boxing conte'ts and the cltub called off the
arrangements.
This organtizatiotn proposes to have none but
first-cliss mills take place under its nmt.ers
and to that end those having the atfairs in
charge have been workintg industriously.
Herrera Still a Winner.
llcrrera, the lMexican wonder, is still win
ning his fights as lie did while in ltutte. Ne vcr
since he left the Smoky City hl.t he tfound a
man who has had a chance witlt him. So
easily has lie defeated all comers that theire are
those who declare that the Mexican and his
energetic manager were "fixing" the huots.
The ptroof of such assertions were not fo,,rth
coming when called for, yet many repeated the
charges.
Some believed that Ilrrerra and "Iliddy"
bishop were just amltart enough to fix one lr
two or thee fights, but when the Mexican kept
on winning, mowing doiwn his antagonists one
by one the "knockers" began to back water.
That it would be an implossibility to "fix"
every fight in which Iferrcra takes part he.
came a self.satisfying tholught among those
who were willitng to charge Itishop with crook'
edness and now there are butt a very few who
believe that it is necessary for Ilerrrra to give
any of them odds when it comes to a rintg
colltest.
Sturdy Santry.
.anntry, the little fellow who will ri.havor to
take thie honors from the Mexican, is a sturdy
hard hitting boxer, with a reputation all his
wn.of
Ile has fought many rinig clntests and has th
yet to find the man who is his superior in his fr
class. Santry has a record that for length and
solidity is hard to equal.
lie will come from Chicago to box lherrera
in Anaconda, and that alone is enoutgh to in.
sure the public of seeing a first-class contest i,
with the gloves. Ut
See Adatms' Department store advertiimo ntt
On page 9. on
JAMES V. COLLINS AND
HIS BREWING VENTURE
Numerous Friends Here Hope and Be
lieve That He Will Do Well With
His Business in Butte. O
SI'ECIAI. To TtE: INTEta MOI'NTAIN.
Anaconda, (tct. I.--James V. Co'llins came
down from Butte yesterday. Mr. (Cllins has
some bIlusiness interestts here that demattInnd his
attention. and in coinsequencfe he will make
occasional trips to this city where he made his
home so long. T
The welllknown gentlemnan to recently moved (
to flutte is now in charge of the ()lympia
brewery in liutte. That establishment lie pur
chased sonime weeks ago, selling his Anaconda
liquor bIusinesos out at the same tilne. Mr.
Collins took with him to Butte the good wt it
and hope of the local people that he will be
eminently successful in his new venlture. That t
he will succeed is not ques~tioned for an in- a
stent by those who know him.
'JThe brewery business is not a new one at
all for the former Smelter City ltan. A tnun1.
her of years ago Air. Collins was in charge as
manager of the Bulle brewery in the Smoky
City. During this time in that capacity Mr.
('ollins not only mnade hundreds of friends in
Butte, but as well succeedcd in building up a
large and profitable trade for the concern with
which he was connected. his friends are hop
ing that his mnanagement of the Olympia brew
cry will be successful.
See Adams' Departmlent store advertisement
on p'lige 9.
ELECTRICITY AS AN
AGENT TO DETECT CRIME
True Tale of How an Anaconda Man
Caught Sundry Small Boys in the
Act of Robbing Refrigerator.
rSPECIAL TO 1it'11 INTER MOUNTAIN.
Anaconda, Oct. t.-Electricity as an agent in
the detection of crime has been proven by Dr.
St. Jean to be a howling success. At least the
howls which arose in his backyard last night
would so inalcate.
The St. Jean family refrigerator occupies a
position on the back stoop of the residence.
It frequently is loaded with good things to eat
-fluffy pastry, dainty desserts, delicious en*
trees and the like. With almost equal fre.
quency these things have disappeared.
Whence? Go ask the winds. Dr. St. Jean
asked the police, but got no satisfaction.
Then lie equipped his refrigerator with wires,
attached some more to the back gate, con.
nected tllem with gongs, anid awaited results.
They came last night.
The doctor was comfortably reading tile
Inter Mountain about 9:30 o'clock last night
when a series of alarns rang out like the
Butte patrol wagon on a fast call going down
Arizona street. Curlew never rang like that.
T'here was as much clangour as usually accomn
panics the announcement of a bunt jewelry
auction.
The doctor lost his slippers in his haste to
get to the back door. There he discovered a
badly frightened small boy, while two other
Juvenile desperadoes were hastening away into
the outer darkness.
The small boy's mother soon appeared on
the scene and declared the child was innocent.
The'boy, however, said nothing. lie was up
agaihat it. After admonishing the youth to go
and sin no more tile doctor let him go.
In District Court.
IPItCIAL TO T1te INTER MOUNTAIN,
Anaconda, Oct. i.-In the district cour. to.
day transcripts on appeal were filed in the
cases of George Ledue against James Landry;
Clyde Larson against Joke Ileffaer, and N. M.
Lee against the A. C. M, Co., all appealed
from Justice of the Peace Murphy's court.
Elks' Social Sesslon,
SPECIAL TO TItE INTER MOUNTAIN.
,Anseanda, Oct. r.-After the regular lodge
meetig tonight the local lodge of Elks will
held a social sesaion at which Theodore
1rnantly, chief jttistce of the state, will be the
gulcst of honor,
ANACONDA BRIEFS
A. D. T. messenger-prompt, reliable.
Percy Napton, Jr., and John I'. Schmidt
will leave Monday evening for Denver, where
they will go as rt.reaentative ofI St. Mark's
('hapter, Itrotherhood of St. Andrew, to the
general convention to lie held in that city from
OIctober 7 to t5.
(alling e.arl, ntinoigrami and stationrery, the
finest to tie had at the m~st reaonabtle prices.
The Inter X.,iuttain offiTrice. )Iurton block,
no xt to poi.tallitw.
The kitv. If. E. Itihbino lift for I)err Lodge
this tmlnrmntg, where he will hold services to.
night at St. J.ames' Episcopal cliurch.
W\. C. ltachele r c;lse dlwn Irom Iltutte yes
terday.
1.. A. Lke of Ihn na i. here on insuranttce
bustiness.
For first.class printing, bookbi" ing or .:.ce
die work at reatsonable prices call at the Inter
Mountain office, Main street, next to the post.
office.
Mlrs. lhenry Nichlil' of Ottawa. Ill., in the
guest of a\\rrinl (' antpbell's family.
The I.itlies' Aid Society of the M.ethodist
chuorch mott iluring the aftirnoon at the church.
' he I.ltdies' Aid Society ft the Prestyterian
chuttrch met during the altclrno.un with Mrs. 14.
(;. (Collin,,
('hief Justice Iltrantly of the suplretme ciourt
is lire from Ilhele.i.
'I'Those who are going to inter the mpettition
fir the prizesl give.n by the Ad;iams Department
stoire for the mnl.t nmeritoriottn photograph of
the W .c smelter stauik mu11st have their
names andl th'e photugraphs; taken at lthe Ada.lill
l)Departl(tent tIre not laiter than 'I hursday
eveninig, te(Ihtober t.
The Ladies.' Aid Society of the Italtist
church nit during the afternoon with Mrs,
W'eaver, 405 \X'West Iark avenutte.
lThe futneral of the Ilate ( hntrs Nichot.s oc.
rtirredl today at 2:30 o'lork. 'IThe tfuneral was
held frol \Wallth's tundertalking rtoomst, andi was
unider the atpices of the Fraternil (Ordetr of
Eagles. Rev. )r. Ilanhey of the Methlodist
church ofliciated. Intermenrlet wan had inll I1II
cetmetery.
'There is to be a sociail seiin oft It. 1'. t. E.
at the lodge rimiis on 'hursdntay evening. 'I te
local members and visiting brethren are rc
quleoted to lie pIresenlt.
ARE IN SEARCH OF TWO MEN
Thought Prisoners Who Escaped From c1
Deer Lodge Are Here. a
StI' IA, cI 1 11 INTEiIit MiiNTAIN. t
Anaconda. (et. I.-('hief of Po,,liee William
I',owers ani hiii rflicers are huntlintg the town th
for John W. Miller and Joseph Murphy, the
tmen wto o ,callied from lit P'owell couilty jal ti
at I lter lodgei, Sundaly night. a
Informationl ha,1 rbeen received by Chief
Lowers that tli fulgit ilies have come this way. re
Wh\\'ile the tllicCrs are inclined to doubt this, d
they nevertlheles are keeping a sharp lookout
fir the tlll who made io clean a get-away.
Fines Duly Paid.
Sii t''At. T'O 'lii INTL tt NttiNTAtI. in
Anacondal, ()ct. r.--(;Gamblers lntl operators be
of slot miachilres paid their monthly tribute to m
the city ye,.ctlday. Nearly $SJo was realized bl
fromnt te tines.
Marriage License.
St'JI'IAIL. 10 1T11: INTER MtolNTAIN.
Anacornda, Oct. .--A lmarriage licerne was F
isiued today to Swaen Lundgren and Amelia cr
(lUin usenl. S"
See Adalws' lDepanlrtm et store advlrtisement kt
ont page q. t1
AFTER A MURDERER I
ONTARIO MOB MAY LYNCH THE C
PERPETRATOR OF A HOR
RIBLE OUTRAGE.
IY ASiSOC'IATED tRI t iFt.
Brantford, Ont., Oct. t.-Tl'lhe body of
Trene Cole, aged nine, daughter of Peter it
Cole, expert for the Massey-flarris com- a
pany, was found ott the river bank last ti
night. n
The girl, who had had hler arm in a sling 1
as a result of its having been broken, had I
been placed on the bank of the stream in (
the afternloon and not returning at dusk,
she was nmissed and her body was found by e
her father. t
Her clothing was tirnt to shreds and sat
urated with blood. The child had been a
outraged anld stranld'ed.
A man seen loitering in the neighbor- t
hood is suspected and almost the entire t
city is searching for the murderer.
Threats of lynching are freely made.
CAROLINE M'LEOD ENTERS
A PETITION FOR DIVORCE
Says Able-Bodied Husband Is an Habit
ual Drunkard and Has Neglected to 1
Provide for His Family.
A petition for divorce was filed today
by Caroline Mcl.eod against George Mc
Leod.
Accordilng to Mrs. McLeod the couple
were married at Butte in 1893, and there
are three children now living with their
mother,
It is alleged that McLeod is an able
hbodied man able to earn $3 a day, but that
he has been an habitual drunkard and has
provided nothing for the support of his
family for a number of years. Mrs. Mc
I.eod declares he is not a fit person to rear
the children and asks the court to award
them to her custody.
There is some $2oo in property owned
jointly by the parties, all of which the
plaintiff asks the court to decree to her for
the support of herself and children, to
gether with attorney fees and a suitable
amount of mloney for maintenance pending
the outcome of the proceedings.
EXPORTS TO ARGENTINE
BECOME VERY HEAVY
New York, Oct. o.-What is claimed to
be the largest cargo of merchandise ever
sent from the United States to Argentine
has been shipped on the Hypola, which
goes from this port to Montevideo direct,
r The vessel carries 11,143 cubic tons of
o cargo consisting of harvesting machinery
n of all kinds, hardware, railway material,
t, oil, drygoods and sundries. Exports from
p this country to the Argentine republic have
o been extremely heavy recently.
To the Best of His Knowledge.
"To what do you attribute your longevity"
asked the reporter.
0. "My which?" queried the oldest inhabitant.
io "Your longevity," repeated the reporter.
'; "Never had it. As far as I can remember I
. ain't never had sech a complaint."-l'uck.
The Profitable Failure.
Mrs. Envie-What a lovely diamond neck.
lace you have. lly husband promised me one
for my birthday, but he failed to buy it.
we hrs. Sellenheimer-Ah, dot's vat my hut.
ill bandt had to do to buy mine.-Catholic
re Standard,
COMMISSIONERS 10
MEET ON THURSDAY
RESUMPTION OF BONDS TO THE
AMOUNT OF $10,000 IS TO BE
CONSIDERED THEN.
ROAD UP TO WILLOW CREEI(
Some of the Residents Want It Changed'
and the Board Will Look Into the
Proposed Route.
stPCIALt. TO TIIEP INTER MOUNTAItN.
Anacondan, Oct. .--O)n ''Tuesday next the
board of county commissioners will meet
session at the cotlrtholuse and give attention to
a numtber of matters of more or less import
ance. The board will at this session likely let
bids for the caring of the county's poor dur.
ing the next year. Ilids for the furnishing of
wotod to the countty during the coming winter
season and the redemption of bonds amount.
ing to about $to,ono will also he looked after
before the meeting is adjourned.
At the Poor Farm.
For the past several months Dennis O'Leary
has been in charge of the county poor farm
or, as hIe calls it, the county hospital. At
pre.esent conditions there are in as good con.
dition as might be expected.
The work of caring for the poor Is not such
an easy task as might be supptosed, so that as
a matter of fact there are not so many who
are anxious for the work.
The money to be mtade in such business is
not excessive at all, for the board of county
commissioners know pretty well just what is
required and just how much should be paid
for the care of the grounds and each of the
unfortunates, so that they figure with the
superintendent of the poor farm pretty closely.
Kelliher Returns.
Chairman William Kelliher of the board of
cotllty conmmissioners returned last night from
a trip to the head of Willow creek. The chair
man went there for the purpose of looking over
the road which leads to that district.
In the event of the road being changed then
the ranchers will alter the line of their fences
slightly and by that means may be able to get
the bed of the creek into their fields and be in
a position to water their stock conveniently.
The board of conmmissioners will decide the
request for a change in the road at a later
date.
Your friend at the other end will think of
you often and with greater admiration if you
ulse none btlt the neatest stationery when wriks.
ing to her. There is an exce.ent line of the..
best made with the real delicate monograms t i
match at the Inter Mountaitn office. Iurstop
block, Anaconda.
HOTEL ARRIVALS
At the Montana-'Thomas J. Lane, St. I'ault
F. II. \Wintcr, It. J. Allen and wife, Aqa-.
conda; Mrs. (;. lMerthle. Chicago; I.. P,j
Shepard, New York; C. II. Spencer, 6 ge
Muller, Chicago; G. II. lloggs and wife.
kane; EI. C. EIdson, Chicago; C. 11.
It. Magnus, Mt. F. Kolbe, Ansaconda.
GOLF TOURIAMI
CONTESTS AT WHEATON AR6I A
ROWING DOWN TO FINALS,- .
RESULTS OF TODAY.
BY AISSOCIATI:D PRESS.
Wheaton, Ill., Oct. s.-Today's games.
in thce women's national golf champion- t
ship tournament brought the play down
to the semi-finals, which will be played to
morrow between two Easterners and two
Westerners-Miss Fannie Osgood of
Brookline and Miss Bessie Anthony of
Glenview, and Miss Katherine Harley d[
Fall River and Miss J. Anna Carpent i'
of Westward-Hlo. All of the players won
their games today by fairly comfortable
margins except Miss Carpenter, who had
a hard struggle in defeating Miss Bishop.
A strong north wind was blowing when
the third round opened this morning, but
the rain had ceased and the course was
drying rapidly.
Miss Osgood drove off at to o'clock in
her match with Miss Derring, and the
pair were followed by a small gallery.
The other three pairs were sent off at
intervals of so minutes.
Miss Katherine Harley of Fall River
beat Mrs. W. A. Alexander of Exmoor 7
up, 6 to play.
Miss Osgood defeated Mrs. C. L. Der
ring 9 up, 7 to play.
Miss Bessie Anthony defeated Miss
Frances Everett 6 up, a to play.
Miss Carpenter defeated Miss Georgiana
Bishop a up.
Hard to Keep Track of Them.
"Let me see, Harry, how many times
have you proposed to me?
"Never before, Minnie, so help me I
This is the first time."
"Oh, to be sure I I've got you mixed
up with George."-Chicago Tribune.
No Tip.
Deferential Barber-Where do you part
your hair, sir?
Bald Heaed and Irritable Customer-I
parted with it 27 years ago.-Chicago Tri
bune.
GRIP CONVALESCENCE
There's nothing betted',
than Scott's Emulsion after
the grip. When the fever
is gone the body is left weak
and exhausted; the nervous
system is completely rurt
down and vitality is low.
Two things to do: give
strength to the whole body
and new force to the nerves.
Scott's Emulsion will do it;
contains just what the worn,
out system needs.
Rich blood, healthy flesh,
resistive force, more and bet
ter nourishment are what
Scott's Emulsion supplies to
the convalescent,
S We'll eand you a sample free upon request.
SCOTT & BOWNE, 4o Psarl Street, New Yorkn.:
RiEStRAINING ORDER
GRANTED BYCOURT
PETITION OF B. &, M. FAVORABLY
HEARD BY JUDGE CLANCY AS
AGAINST THE M. O. P.
TROUBLE IN PENNSYLVANIA
B. & M. Alleges That Heinze Outfit Is
Keeping Miners From Working
Underground There.
(Continued from Page One.)
of the Rarus, adjoining those of the Penn
'ylvania.
"We now ask a similar injunction in
behalf of the Boston & Montana com
pany," said Mr. Forbis.
"1I don't know what was done, but I
lnderstand a restraining order of the
ime kind was again issued against us
last night," added Mr. Forbis.
Tlhe court said: "There's Mr. Wede
kind, Mr. Heinze's lawyer, over there now.
Ile camne to my house last night and said
you rolled boulders down on them. He
said you turned steam on them, and hot
water, and a lot of cold water, and
washed them out. I thought you people
were both fighting down there, and neither
of you were entitled to relief. But I let
him have something."
"Did you issue an injunction against
us, your honor?" Mr. Forbis asked.
He Did.
"I guess I did," the court replied.
"Well, now4 we want an injunction
against them," Mr. Forbis said.
Then the court made his order, re
quiring a bond of $soo, which Mr. Forbis
said he would furnish today.
The hearing was set for a o'clock on
the s7th.
The motion asked that the plaintiffs in
the suit be restrained "from creating or
maintaining a nuisance in the mine work
ings under the Pennsylvania mine surface,
from creating any fires therein, from
burning any powder or other material or
timber, therein, or from allowing the
smoke of or fumes of the same to enter
the workings of the said defendant in the
P'ennsylvania lode claim, and from turn
ing water upon the defendant's employes
in said lode claim, from turning steam
upon the employes, or into the defendant's
workings, and from causing any lime dust
to lie blown into said workings or against
any of defendant's employes, or from in
any manner attempting to take possession
of the said defendant's workings in said
Pennsylvania lode claim or to the south
thereof; from in any manner interfering
with the defendant, its lessees, workmenl
agents or representatives from carrying
wo mining on the veins underneath the
Lurface of the Pennsylvania lode claim,
which have been entered upon by means
of worJtlgs from the Pennsylvania shaft
of tiraid defendants."
;riftidavit of George E. Moulthrop
at he is an employe of the defend
a.nt as a foreman of the Pennsylvania
nijtiajd rshaft, and that on the afternoon
fl. 1ent6r 30, (yesterday, employes of
the-Montarth Ore Purchasing company and
the Johiistk*n Mining company broke into
the Penh iylvania workings.
'It' a4ddl t the plaintiffs in the suit
attempted ~* take possession of the Penn
sylvania :lrkings through the employes
named, , by breaking into the work
ings. that they attempted to drive
the employes of the Pennsylvania people
out of thg mine.
The affidavit says that in so doing the
lheinze employes used water driven
through hose of great pressure, which was
directed against the B. & M. employes;
that they also used scalding steam in
the same manner and started fires in the
Ileinze workings below the Pennsylvania
workings and burned rags, powder or
other substances, causing a smoke that
penetrated into the Pennsylvania work
ings.
Further the affidavit charges that the
Ileinze employes used their old device of
powdered lime in on the Pennsylvania
workmen. All this was done, the affidavit
goes on to say, for the purpose of injuring
this defendant in the action and the de
fendant's employes and driving them from
the workings, so that the plaintiff
(Illeinze) might get possession.
It is set forth In the affidavit that these
acts endangered the health and lives of
the Pennsylvania employes and endan
gered the workings and openings in the
Pennsylvania property, with the likelihood
of settihg the timbers on fire. Mr. Moul
throp further avers that these acts began
:at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, and at
the timne of his making the affidavit were
still being continued. He asserts that if
the Ileinze employes are permitted to con
tinue in this manner it will be impossible
for the B. & M. to continue operating
these Pennsylvania workings. The affi
davit concludes:
"That the veins and ore bodies upon
which the workings aforesaid were being
operated by the defendant Boston & Mon
tana company are situated near the south
side line of the Pennsylvania lode claim
about 600 feet south of the Rarus lode
claim, and from the developments in said
property all veins In said property apex
and belong to the said Pennsylvania lode
claim, That affiant is familiar with the
veins and ore bodies adjudged to belong
to the plaintiffs in Cause No. 7,337 In
Sthis court, known as thIe Pennsylvania
case, and that the said veins and ore
bodies which are being worked and oper
Sptedl by the defendant and which the
plaintiffs are endeavoring to take posses
sion of are all situated south of and out
side of the ground and the velns and ore
bodies decreed to belong to the plaintiffs
in said Cause No. 7,337."
See Adams' Department store advertisement
on page g9
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," U. W.
Siitagerald, general agent, Butte, Montana.
EXCURSION TO CALIFORNIA.
October 1s to tS, inclusive, the Oregon Short
Line will sell excursion tickets,, Butte to San
Francisco and return, $so,ooi Los Angeles,
$fo.o, Stop~over privileges both directions;
final limit of ticket, November as. Remember
this is Soo miles the shortest and *4 hours the
quickest route to California. Reserve berths
now. Short Line city ticket office, tos North
Main street, Butte, Montana. L. O. Wilson,
general agent.
IHf COPP[R CITY
ANACONDA, MONT.
Men's Furnishings
Special "first of the month" offer
ings of seasonable furnishings for men.
Assortments are the largest and prices
absolutely the lowest----quality con
sidered. . .
Men's Fall Underwear
Pure lamb's wool underwear, in black, Men's double back and front, camel's
absolutely fast color; all sizes shirts hair underwear, a tho'obghly unshrink
and drawers ...................... able garment in two qualities; ;$.7y
$ 1 . 5 and ........... . ....................
$1.25 $1.50
Men's fine Australian wool underwear,
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
$ I 5 0 to so .......... . .............
"Me$2.00
Men's extra quality fine Australian
wool underwear, in tan color and blue; Men's heavy plte Scotch wool under
$s.oo and ........ ................ wear, steam sh unk ......"..........
$1.75 $e50o
Special Sale of Sample Shirts
We have still left over ioo of those fine California flannel
shirts, in navy blue and fancy mixtures, worth tl gl
from $2.oo to $3.oo. Your choice for....... 50
Men's Wool Socks
65 dozen natural and gray wool socks, 20c
250 value, at ...............................
6 Pairs -for $1.00
THE COPP[R CITY
Butte, Anaconda & Pacific Ry. Co.
Passenger Time Table, Sept. 23, 1903.
WESTBOUND. EASTBOUND.
Local Leave Arrive Local Leave Arrive
Trains. Butte. Anaconda. Trains. Anaconda. Butta,
No. s-B., A. & P....... o:oo .m. so:s a.m. No. s-B., A. & P.......8:3o a.m. gs .m.
No. 3-B., A. & P....... :os p.m. s:oop.m. No. 4-B., A. & P.......s:js a.m. 1z:4o p.m.
No. s-B., A. & P....... s:oo p.m. $:SS p.m. No. 6-B., A. & P....... 3:so p.m. 4:15 p.m.
No. 7-B., A. & P....... o:45 p.m. ss:4o p.m. No. 8-B., A. & P....... 6:35 p.m. t3io pa.m'
To make connections with Northern Pacific Railway Westbound trains at Durant leave
Anaconda at :ss3s a. m., 3:so and 6:35.. m.
To make connection with Great Northern Railway at Butte leave Anaconda at 6:35 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. I.w..a.
MARGARET THEATER
ANACONDA, MONT.
H. F. Collins, Local Manager.
HAVERLY'S
M ASTODON
INSTRELS
Delightfully u n ny
Always Entertalnlng
Headed by the Greatest of AU Black
Faced Entertainers
BILLY VAN
Undoubtedly the Greatest
Misntrel Organization Seen In Years
REORGANIZATION OF THE
CRAMP'S SHIP CONCERN
Official Position of Charles Cramp in the
Concern Is Said to Have Been
Deoided On.
BY ASSOCIATED IRESS,
Philadelphia, Oct. z.-It is learned that
a reorganization of the management of the
William Cramp Ship & Engine Building,
company has been virtually decided upon.
It is planned to relieve Charles Cramp of
many of his present duties and possibly to
change his official position in the concern.
When seen regarding the matter Mr.
Cramp said: "For some years I have had
in contemplation the advisability of pro
posing methods in the Cramp management
somewhat similar to those used in England,
for aiding the active duties pertaining to
the great industrial work. Certain steps
have now been taken in this direction and
I expect an early accomplishment of my
plan. This will be in the direction of am
plifying the management by increasing the
personnel. In any event I and my son
Edwin S. Cramp, will continue to devote
our energies to the interests with which I
have been identified for so many yearsl"
TROUBLE AT BOGOTA IS
SAID TO BE IMMINENT
Executive and Tribunal of Accounts
Have Disagreement-New Treaty
to Be Reported on Boon.
BY ASSOCIATED PRIPS,
Bogota, Colombia, Sept. s8,-Senator.
Quinteto Calderon,- who was eommissioned
Tie Daly Bank and Trust
Company of Anaconda
Anaconda Montana.
General banking ulato branches. 1
excband eon New York1 Chicago, 8t.
Paul, Omaha, Sea Francso ete, a
draw direct on the 9rincip a eitles o
England, France, Ireland, Germany an
the Orient. Deposit from $5.0o
upward received
Correspondents
National City bank, New Yom/ ltr14
National bank. Chicago First Nation
bank St. Paul OmtasNational bank,
Omanas Bank of California, San Fran.
sisco,
John It. Tool., president . 3.
Greenwood, vice president Louis V.
Bennett, cashier F C. Norbeik, ae
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 waell
Turf Exchange Pool Rooms
Bar and Club Rooms in Conneatioe.
Main Street, Anaconda.
by the senate to study the bill authorizing
the government to negotiate a new Panama;
Canal treaty with the United States and'
whose task has been retarded by sickness,
promises to make his report this week.
Foreign Minister Rico has refused to be.
come a candidate for the presidency in
succession to President Marroquin, who
refused to stand again.
Rupture Probable.
Panama, .Oct, z.--Private advices re.
ceived here from Bogota confirm the re:
ports of an open rupture between the sen
ate and the executive. The members of!
the tribunal of accounts have been chosen
from the senate from the opposition, ,
The house of representatives sides with
the executive. The tribunal hiaving to pass.
on the accounts of the three years revolu
tion may, if antagonistic, cause serious
complicatlons for the executive, among
which the resignation of President IMarro.
qulin is considered poseible.,

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