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INTER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA BUREAU
203 Main Street-Telephone No. 69-Advertising Rates Furnished on Application. HAVE GOOD SHOOTING ANACONDA MIEN WHO CAME BACK WITH THEIR BAGS FULL OF THE BIRDS. Pr.CIAi. TO THI INTER MOi'NTAIN. Anaconda, O)ct, 5.--Friom yreterday'a sport among those who Arrcured their share of the ducks were Ben Mhllen, 'Thomas Strachen, D)ick Dawson and Auditor Perry, P'aiul Rled cling, Frank Monte, II. Frank Collins and :rank II. (linton. Mr. Mlnhen cnme home with n good.lized Rgooe along with his killing in the duck line. lMessrs. Monte and leddling got anwny with ls ninny birds as any of tthe sportsmen who were out, while Messrs. Collins and 'linton, who when East on their trip,, hrought about 30 of the finest biirds seen this season. They declared that the shiooting down to wards Warm Springs wan good and that aloing east of the city there were duceks for all. T'hry refrained from slanughterting te gamsll, hiaving secured enough for Ilthisrles and n thir friiuld to wtlonl proimiises of blirdl for dinlier had Ieenl made. GO TO BUTTE TO ATTEND OPENING OF BIG STORE RPA tIAt. TO Till: INI tiI 1(ull' IAIN. Anacoinda, (ice. 5.-Acelling iof an invita. till extended by the Ilennel-.y lrereuiutilal icompalny of lulte, tMi ri.e., Prank i. .letiratlh, J. if. ('hanihers, .. F. Pie'rce, I. G. Ifuirlcy, Jol.il C. lcally, E. E. I.itler, II. I'. lilxter and others, represerntig the variolus tleplartmients if 1i ('th iltpp r City t' ilniercial iptllllln y, hlare lileui( to ilnltte It lit in attendance ult the lliopen Ing of the I iuiin.e-'- hitig totie hlii(i tnloay. lThe local dipaitiientiil iaiinagii's will ti lilrn ioricie tonight. TO PUSH THE DEVELOPMENT Black Diamond Coal Company Has Lot of Stuff in Sight. Aiia ,u iita, Ilet. The Illuck liiaiondil ('oii:il c-ipiiily. which ownll about 3.o n wre- of coal I:indi just aclrir the creek Ilroi. the city, is pihlingl witrk oni it. tuinel on tlhe property. 'The tunnel is nolw a it dth of abiliout 4iaI feet inil tle icomanl y lyroposel toll follw thle vein into the ntauii ill li i0ltile a dlistancei :ilil n .cr . ull in ordelr to thoroughly divelip the iilea "hie vil is at pre'rint hl.e oir fo r feet in width, aniidl wilth dedelltntlili work i x. peteil to tiuateriallv enlarge. 'here are lnuirllloul' coal iiiliations aroundl Anacondait i. ainl folr .eeral year' ther' ile , h i t i In nillre or le. lprospictingii, buill it is liow 11(1 pi, d to carry lion worik iexieni'ively in i'ricil lpropeli, ii.t1 dhiiimontrit just how mucilh cual lthely ciontain. AMUSEMENTS ITnvrly's tlhsltdn Min-trels, the ronly American miltrl complianV haiiing the hionor if a lpc.tint before IE dwiare,. pinct e f Wale,, prior to hi% ;accc~iin to the thrlone, t. tunder the dir'ctorship of that well knitan manager rif nutnlronu theatrical attlllacltio, , \Wil NanLkc. ;till'. The plerformancl verget s .i the ,picta:ctular. T'he coii'iains are manl aid of the most noted int initstr.elsy, hlaled bIy the ipeer of thert all, "the mistrel maln" ll illy '.an, who hats long since earned a very ellviale position li the minstretl ield, to ht followed by I:ddic .Leonard, Eddic Muzier, Itn.m Waliron, I'erron S.mners. Fred 4;artelle and the Young tiruth-t tro, acrobat.t aulid gymnasts, in a pot ipntrri of extriaordinary fcats, twhose thrilling, daring and exquisite acts are contilillnlos for wonderfll novelty and dexterity. t llher clever onlen In the olio are Mazier and Clhnley, Marcus and i;artelle, (,arden and Somers, musical kings, Ind the prince of tnnlloti ge artists, hilly Van, inll one of his laulghilng >rinns. A few of the principle veu;di -i are (;rneorge 11. 'ail, .uao, pIrthundo, foirmerly of the Itot. Ionians, iand late of the New Y ork suCeeCs, "The I(mtaways." I5. William .Moore, the Canadliant tenor; Frank (CoonuI, the letter carrier's lyric tenor; )edrick j. \'Vuigt, Charles Richards, harit~ne, a.trld ialnuel Nantkeville, alto. A chorts of o seletred voices, sym honll y orche,.tra is at 15 a hl -t tof talented n.es, makle up thie nti' tnle of this tfamous Organization. As an out ldor ntiractlolan te famnu~s Ilav erly concert handI, tl.nder the direclion of SKIN-TORTURED BABIES And Tired, Fretted Mothers find Comfort In Cutlcura Soap and Ointment Nhen All Other Remedies and Physioians Fail, Instant relief and refreshing sleep 'or skin-tortured babies and rest for sired, worried mothers in warm baths with Cuticura Soap, and gentle anoint. mugs with Cuticura Ointment, purest of smollient skin cures, to be followed in severe cases by mild doses of Cuticura Resolvent. This is the purest, sweet est, most speedy, pet ruanent and eco. nomical treatment for torturing, dis Iguring, Itching, burning, bleeding, scaly, crusted and pimply skin and scalp bumours, with loss of hair, of infants and children, as well as adults, and is sure to succeed when all other remedies and the best physlllans fall. The agonizing Itching and burning af the skin, as in eczema! the frightful scaling, as in psoriasis the loss of hair and crusting of the scalp, as in scalled bead; the facial disfigurement, as In acne and rlngworm; the awful suffer ing of infants, and anxiety of worn-out parents, as in milk crust, totter and salt rheum,-all demand a remedy of almost superhuman virtues to success fully cope with them. That Cuticura Boap Ointment and Resolvent are such stands proven beyond all doubt. No statement is made regarding them that is not Justlfed by the strongest evi. dmnce. The purity and sweetness, the power to asord immediate relief, the certainty of speedy and permanent care, the absolute safety and great economy have made them the standard shit cures and humour remedies of the !riflled world. , 5mi 1 s 5, lOwCae SkDs 1, U5r 01º ed tll 0 sl Y Cue skis iwllHS 7 MI frank Fuhrer, the "creatore" of minstrel band masters, will give one of their tuneful concerts in front of the Margaret theater at 7 p. m., playing selections from all of the latest New York hits, Big Show Coming. P"clAL. TO O TIE INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, Oct. s.-Theodore Mf. Leary, bust. ness manager of the famous Ilurgomaster ttoupe which appears in Anaconda in the near future at the Margaret theater, Is in the city fix ing things tup for that engagement. The big show is breaking records wherever it appears. Throughout the Northwest as it goes along, a new figure is set down in the box-office for the best drawing card of the ipast several years, Mr. T.eary is an old newspaper man, lia knows the ropes when it conies to work on a journal anid he is well at home in the role of thetrirrcal mannager. All who know him have a warm handshake for their oid-time frirnd. Anaconda, Oct. 5.--Mra. Price will be at the Adams department store tomor row afternoon and the balance of the week with a line of fancy goode for the inspection of Anaconda customers. ANACONDA BRIEFS A. D. T. messenger-prompt, reliable. M1. 1). lKertn is down fron hlute looiking after the finisling touches of thie .lontrani hotel The 14Ravalli hotel at illniilton wsill be kept open thie Year round. W. II. iriflin, ancompaniil by lii brother and his mnother, were viitors to to te C'alle nIine yesterday. (ailing cards, mronograms and stationery, the finest to lie had at thie rmost reuasornable prices. The Inter Mountain ulliec. lIurston block, next to Iostoflice. I;. S. Ilenherot is here foin l.ivingehtn and will probably tnake his htiure home anll this city. For firstclass printing, bookbi :ing or sr-t die work at reasonable prices call at the Inter Mountain office, lain street, next to the post. ofice. iiMrs. 'Ihautle, lltyd is here, the grist i. l Mirs. IDavid Ihyd,. S. II . rienwirod of Iltule ;was hire )ecr.t'.r dlay on business.lll Fred C. Jen.sen, purcrhasing iagint nti the Anactiondai ('ppe'r Mining cirompany it An.1 cotrlan, was in tile Smo.iiky city yestct'lI;y toll bui illessh. Iin. "V. It. Ihodgers i. detained at iis himne with si. kns's. G. F. Itrii'hy. formerly of the art depart uIent of the A:u acondai Standard, iha gone It I'inver, wh(ere i(l, hasi aclcepteild ia pIuititII with a pape'r there. iMr. Itrislcy whiile in the city m.,.ir many Iririds who regretted hisr departr. tlire' and hotei tfil his su.tce. in his new hietl, (swing ito the nrsi s itt ,iitie Niaptn tihe irm of itt rourt that was lto have cim., itencedt toda;y was adjourniid by the clerk until the j tinge ireturns. ('Counlty Attorney c'affirey anld Attrneys lltffy and hiTali left Imilay fur I rielna to al. pear Ibefiorll Ile the srlree ctourt i(llimrr i in tlhe uMet'abe extortlion llihilnes c'orpnlrs sri's. Sheritff Storer is ii I Ii ulisa at lt' stte' irll'. DOCTOR SUES TO RECOVER HIS FEES L. F. MOLLINEUR SAYS THE ESTATE OF WILLIAM BOWE OWES HIM THE SUM OF $941. PORTION OF IT WAS PAID Administrator Refused to Pay the Re mainder of the Bill and Physician Turns to the Law. Dr. I.. F. MIollinutir today brought suit to recoiver $9t1 for treatment he ;sas he administered to a patient who died, aind who has inot pail for his services. The dead niail is William linowec, anild there are 8, itlems of accounit chalrged to him ill the statemilent of services rendcered, aop endled to the comllaint il tIhe case. Dr. .lullinencr dl id not suie lBoiwe he sued the adminisiiitrator of liowe's estate, Ralph E. lDutch. lie alleges that Dutch became ad.ililiistrator of the estate on .March 8. 19o.1o lie alleges that the treatment was given Bowe between April 5, 1o1, andil February 13, 19j3. ]lowe died on the latter namled date, and the complaint alleges that he has not liquidated the doctor's bill. Services Rendered. The services which Dr. Mollinetur says lie performed for the man who died con sisted of surgical operations and inedical care and prescriptions, and the charges ranged from $3 to $1oo each. The heavy charges are for attentions which the complaint says the doctor gave Bowe in his last days. There are five charges for services which are set down in the statement as services "rendered day and night.' The doctor charges for attendance day and night on February 8, 1903, $75. He charges $75 for the next day and night; $8o for the loth of February; $ioo each for the tith and iath, and $5o for the 13th, the day Bowe died. The complaint says Mollineur present ed his claim for $941 to the defendant in the case, Mr. Dutch, on July 31, 190o3, and that on August 5, 19o3, Dutch allowed the claim in part, allowing Mullineur $247.67, and disallowing the claim in the sum of $716.33. Dr. Mullineur says he refused this basis of settlement, and he wants judgment against Dutch for the $941, and 8 per cent interest on the claim from July 31, I903, to the payment of the claim. Field Is to Sail. DY ASSOCIATED PRESS, London, Oct. 5.--The White Star Line steamer Oceanic, which will sail from Liverpool Wednesday, will take among her passengers Marshal Field. 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. .y, Fitegerald, genersal agent, Butte, Montana. $32-DENVER AND RETURN-$32. October 5, 6 and 7, the Oregon Short Line will sell excursion tickets, Butte to Denver and return at above rates; tickets limited to continuous passage going, so days' transit limit returning with final limit October 3i; good both ways via Salt Lake If desiredi also on the Overland Limited 3a.hour train to Denver. Reserve berths now. Short Line city ticket office, io5 North Main street, Butte, Montaneu H. O,. Wilson, general agent. MAY SECURE HANLON POSSIBLE THAT HE WILL BOX THE WINNER OF THE HERRERA-SAN. TRY BOUT HERE. FPECIAf. TO 1'11T IN'T.R MiOt'NTAIT. Anaconda, (Oct. 5.---If arrangements can be made there is some likelihood that Eddle Ifanlon, the Californin wonder, will be mathtidl against the winner of the llerreraoSantry bout which taken Iplace in Anaconda on the evening of the 24th of the present monlth under the auspirce of the Ntt. Ifuggin club. Negotla. tio,s are now on with a view to gettinlg Ifal. Ion interested in a match between the winner of the corlling engagenment. Iloth Ihirrcrn and Santry have long records of vortoriey wnon. 'They are both of the cleverer t in their clnas and the go will be well worth thel admilnsion fee, it is declared by Ihoar who linow thl e Imen. Santry hai recently recover.ld his former eat cellent ionlitio, . 'loday he is counted a Ibet. ter ini thn he wIie was when Ie whipped man lfter mnun r. rapidlly as lthey :lpeanrel belforc him. In hiicago, where he is noW, the fol. l.ers of boxitng tdeclare that Santry has all of hiis i l ime sietdl ani strength, and tlntl he will put in lIt if new work into the Inext mlatch hi hlas whetAver it might be. Anaconda, Oct. 5.-The smoke stack picture contest conducted by the Adams department store will be decided accord ing to points at the store at 5 p. m. to morrow. GO DOWN IN THE LAKE Hunters on Georegtown Flats Have Bath in Icy Waters. Ana:comda, ()ct. s.,-I;.orge %V. Wilson of (;allite county andt anltllhr IIman whose lianc It rannot lre learned, are ,aid to have taken ill unlokiikedfotr btilt in the lake at thie George ton flats yeterday while ductttk huttntting. 'll hir hat oveirtutnlll, d a', they were rcturning f. 1,111 t sticessft l htunt n1til they had to swim for their lives. 'lhey lust their guns, ammutt iltin anld tgame, and lell it-ky they sctaped ' it;l ry gri'aves. Yotur friend at the othier ntIl will think' oa yo)u olltent ::nid with greater admilration if.aou ui. tIonef buit the nlt;lte h sttionlery wh)ien Writ tug to her. There is ain exCe.le't line of tihe be.st ullaic with the Irll dellicate. Ilmonlograms to lmatch at the Inter Moutntain office. i)urstoul block, AnIactiona. EXCURSION TO CALIFORNIA. ()ctobcr la to I, inclusive, the (Iregun Shtort Line will sell extursit"n tickets, Ititte to San Francisco and retilrll, $sao.x; I.os Angeles, $6).o'. Stotliover I,ti tilre.ges boI directions; ilial limit of ticket, November .ii. Remember tl:i is 5s~ miles the shortest and :4 hours the quilickest rioutle toI (California. Retsrve bertha now. lhorlt Inie city ticket office, tlo North hliin astreet, Itutte. ;Montanat. I. I). Vuilson, POLICE ARREST A LOT OF BURGLARS BOYS WHO ROBBED BEE HIVE STORE CONFESS AFTER BEING PUT IN THE CITY JAIL. DIVISION OF THE SPOILS Colored Lad With Muact, Is Said to Have Cheated the Smaller Lads Out of the Tidbits cf the Swag. I)etcti.evs Jerry \htrphy anti Jack Bu chananil arrested thei, bly, this aiftertnoon, who contfte-s.ed t t the robbery iif tile flec Iliver tore ;last night. R .an'ors. knives n.1I a few tritnk.ets were ioid o t he Ir, s. :tmmeltIt lllnk land Williet, aged about. II years, tiold of the robbery of the store The th:.r 1:::1 'Itnie'l that he wasl with than last night. but the fact that he was playing with than this morniing caused himut to be taken to the Ipolice stationl., Implicates Others. ;tnitett IBurk, whose Itime is at the corner of Pairk anid Monltani stlrets, was willing to l ell everything. Ils story itm plicated four others, who have not been arrested. tie stated to the officers this after noon that six hiys, Tommly I.ewis, Albin lIelaski, Willie fIutler, (irover Schultz1 i French boy, whose first name is Anttope, anld himself, broke open the rear window of S. NM. Wilsomn's store shortly after 9 o'clock last evening. Four of the boys entered the store and two of theml stood on watch outside. They took their pocketsful of knives and trinkets and escaped unseen. Division of Spoils. W\hen it came to the division of the spoils, the smaller boys dlid not fare so well as the larger ones. 'Toinmy Lewis, who is colored, is accused of getting the greater number of the pearl-handled knives. It was reported to the police this after noon that the Racket store, at j36 West Park street, was also entered by thieves. The door to the cellar, which opens on the alley was forced open. The burglars could not get into the above for the reason that some heavy boxes were stand ing on the trap door. The proprietors of the store are un able to say how much stuff was stolen. There is a big quantity of goods in the basenentt; broken packages from which the stock in the store is replenished. Mot of the stuff taken consisted of toys of various kinds. The police say that the same gang of. bad boys did both jobs. SHOOTS DOWN POSSEMEN Escaped Prisoner Kills One and Perhaps Fatally Wounds Another. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS, Madisonville, Tenn., Oct. .--Hick Rose,, who recently made his escape from jail here, today shot and killed Thomas Mor ton, a well-to-citizen, and perhaps fatally wounded T. O. Dugan. The two men were members of a posse that had surrounded Rose, za miles from Madisonville, ITALY IS TO_ HAVE SHOW BY ASSOCIATED PRESs. St. Louis, Oct. i--Commlisoner Gen eral Zeglto, who represents the Louislana Purchase exposition in Italy, cabled Presl dent Francis today as follows: "Italy will erect splendid p~avilion." OLD BUTTE MEN IN WILDS OF ALASKA MAJOR STRONG, FORMERLY ON A LOCAL PAPER, NOW ON THE ,NUGGET AT NOME HAVE FINE PLACER CLAIMS Tom and Dan Connolly and Charlie Dugan Doing Well-Sheriff Quinn on His Trip to Alaska, Sheriff Quinn, who recently returned from Alaska, tells an interesting story of that far-off land. He visited Nome and Sitka while in the country of the mid night sun and gathered some valuable im pressions of the industries of the country. Sitka was the capital of Alaska ever since the purchase of the new country by Secretary Seward till lately. But the capital has now been transferred to Juneau, where a handsome government building for the government offices is bring builded. While the sheriff was at Sitka the offi cials of the government stationed there werc preparing to remove to Juneau, and the buildling will be finished and the re im,val will take place some time next > car. Will Hurt the Town. "Sitka is a beautiful place, butt the re moval of the capital will take away its imlllprtance and leave it without busi iVcss," said Sheriff Quinn today. ()ine of the things that the man who visits Nome in the summer and travels there by the ocean route takes notice of is the way the steamship lines hand it to Iassengers in the way of charges for transportation," contiued the sheriff. "'hey charged us $5o to take us into Name(', but made us pay $too to come out." 'his custom of the transportation con palies, five of which have boats on the Nome line, is explained by the sheriff with Ite statement that thle comltpanlies know that there are tmn in the country that are thte.rmined to comne out in tile fall, and Ihey regularly raise the prices and stand together onl themt in order to get all they ;ia out of the outbountd mIliners. Nome Going Clack. There are about 7.000 people in NXome, a;cerding to the claim of the residents there. 'The place is going down, however, as the placer gold is growing less in the minies there. itt the country ehlind Notme coal, iron a;l glhi and silver quartz ledges have Ibeen found, and in time mines will be opened which will build tup the industries of tile counltry more permalntently. There is also copper there atln otther minerals. The owners of the quartz claims are preparing to put in hydraulic plants. But the freight ratcs are very high. There is no, timber it the country to speak of. and freight on lumber is $75 a thousand and $45 a ton on coal. Old Butte Men. There are three weekly papers at Nome, and the Nugget is run 1y it newspaper tmailn named Matljr Stronlg, who was a re porter on the Miner abtout In years ago. lThe Nugget sells for -!5 cents a copy at Nutomte. I oe sheriff reports that Tom and Dan ('omnelly and :lharlie l)ugan, Butte men, who list here for Alaska in 1807., have one of the nest pincer claims at Nome. It is six miles out of Notiue. and the boys are gettiing rich. Jimmnty Irenonan is another ex Ilutte manI who has it good placer claim and is doing well. Name is liveliest in the fall, when the prspercttors co0me out of the niuttlttiains to tilhe t'owni, iand the dance halls andti other amiIse.tlents run ill fill blast !hent. Siheritf Quinn went up to Noome from Seattle in to days and came down in 8 days and au hours. lie enjoyed the trip very much. ()wing to the absence of Fire Chief Robert .\hItrum from the city at this time the deci. n,,1 on the contest for the moIlt itmeritoriunt photograph taken of the smuoke stack at the s\'.\hoe smelters will be postponed until about the 6th of the present month. Fire Chief Men. tI nm will have returned then and the judges o award tile prizes will make their decision. In the mneantitme the photographs will be on 'xhibitiou at the Adams Departmtent store. CITY TREASURER WITHOUT ROLLS TODAY WORK ON THEM SHOULD HAVE BEEN BEGUN IN OFFICE, BUT NOTHING S1 DOING. WESTON HAS NOT COMPLIED Demand Made on County Clerk for City Rolls Was Refused and Legal Proceedings Quashed. Usually the first Monday in October is a busy day in the office of the city treas urer. It is the time when the work on the city tax rolls is begun. Today all was quiet. County Clerk Weston has not handed over the duplicate tax lists and until lie does so the money for the taxes due the Eity cannot be paid. Some time ago action was begun in the district court to compel Clerk Weston to prepare the tax rolls. The writ of man date was quashed on a technicality and the second writ met a like fate. Then the mnatter was dropped until the time limit, within which the county clerk should de liver the tax books, should expire. It will take considerable time to pre pare the tax rolls and as the county treas urer has the lists for the county which are necessary to the preparation of city books, the work will be long and tedious. Until the list is received no money for taxes can be received by the city treas urer. I It Is understood that proceedings will be at once begun to compel Clerk Weston to furnish the duplicate tax rolls. The law providing for the preparation of the rolls will be tested. Hughes PFt eral Tomorrow. The funeral of Miss Margaret Hughes will be held at St. Joseph's church tomor row morning. The cortege will leave the residence, i8 East Platinum street, at y o'clock. TH COPP0R CIIY ANACONDA, MONT. Advance Sale of Fine Furs lio,ooo stock to select from. Small furs of every size, shape and kind. Jackets in all the new lengths and styles. Every garment positively guaranteed by us for two years. For Six Days Only 20 PER CENT 20 SOFF O All Furs Except Seal Jackets We sell only such furs as we know will give sat isfaction. We do not sacrifice quality for price. Come and figure with us on your fur scarf or Jacket. Cheviot Suit $15.00 Kersey Jacket $13.50 Suit of black cheviot, long skirt coat, Fine kersey cloth Jacket, with three blouse front, with belt; unlined, full small capes, all stitched; very dressy; length dress skirt, with train; worth worth $18.oo. Today.............•.... $25.oo. Today .......................$13.50. $15.00 Zibeline Jacket $12.50 Zibeline Suit $16.50 Jacket of fine black zibeline, loose Suit of brown or Oxford zibeline, long back, trimmed with bands of kerey skirt coat, blouse front, pouch sleeves; :loth ............. a suit worth 5.00oo. Today.......... $12.50 $16.50 Zlbeline Jacket $5.00 Tailored Suit $9.50 Jacket of heavy black zibeline, box Suit of fancy mixed cheviot, long skirt hack. pouch sleeves; looks like a $z2.So coat, with pouch sleeves and stitched jacket. Today................. cuffs; a suit worth $15.oo. Today.... $5.00 $9.50 Jl[1 CO!PPR CITY ANACONDA, MONT. A eOMPLETE STOCK Guns, Rifles and Ammunition Your Patronage Solicited. Hardware Anaconda eopper Department Mining eo. Butte, Montana Butte, Anaconda & Pacific Ry. Co. Passenger Time Table, Sept. 23, 1o03. WESTBOUND. EASTBOUND. Local Leave Arrive Local Leave Arrive Trains. Butte. Anaconda. Trains. Anaconda. Butte No. s-B., A. & P.......o:ooa.m. so:55a.m. No. s-B., A. & P ..... 8:joa.m. P:,3a.m. No. 3-B., A. & P....... z:o p.m. 5:oop.m. No. 4--B., A. & P.......rJ5a.m. 12:4op.m. No. 5-B., A. & P....... 5:oo p.m. 5:55 p.m. No. 6-B., A. & P ..... :lOa p.m. 4:S p.m. No. 7-B., A. & P.......o:45 p.m. zt:4o p.m. No. 8-B., A. & P ...... 6:3j5 p.m. 7:3o p.m. To make connections with Northern l'acifc Railway Westbound trains at Durant leave Anaconda at az:35 a. m., 3:ao and 6:35 p. m. To make connection with Great Northern Railway at Butte leave Anaconda at 6:SS p.m. To make connection with O. S. L. Railway at Silver Bow leave Anaconda st a:ao p. m. Tickets on sale at city ticket office (Great Northern Railway), as Main street, Butte, snd at passenger station, B., A. & P. Railway. Money Won Is Money Earned A cafe play or a good bet can always be made by the wire. They're Beating Us Hard Why can't you do it as welit Turf Exchange Pool Rooms Bar and Club Rooms to Conneatios. Main Street, Anaoonda. A Good Thing. Every issue of the Four-Track News makes it easier for ticket agents and ticket sellers to secure passengers for distant parts of the country, for the reason that every article and every illustration in the Four-Track News is an inducement for readers to travel and see what a marvelous variety of scenery and climate our own country possesses. The more these facts are impressed upon the average person, the more certain he or she is to have a desire to travel. Therefore, the Four Track News is not only in the interest of all the transportation lines and hotels, it also bears out the legend of its title page of "An Illustrated 'Magaszin of Travel and Education.-Fron. the Buffalo Com mercial. The 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 etc., and draw direct on the prineipal cities of England, France, Ireland, Germany ad the Orient. Deposits from 6$.o sad upward received. Correspondents National City bank, New York= FPlst National bank Chicano; First National bank St. Paul; Omaha National bank, Omaha; Bank of California, San Fran. seico. John R. Toole, president M.. P. Greenwood, vice president Loule V. Bennett, cashier; PF. . ,lorbeek. as sistant cashier. MAY SETTLE BIG STRIKE BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Pittsburg, Oct. S.-P. J. Conlan of Washington, D, C., first vice president of the International Association of Machin ists, is conferring with the officials of the Westinghoure today with a view of end. ing the strike of the mnachinists at East Pittsburg, which was ordered three months ago because of the refusal of the company to grant an lncrease is wages ofl 7 pea sent.