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INTER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA BUREAU
Durston Block. Advertising Rates Furnished on Application. ANACONDANS WITH NEW ASSOCIATION ORGANIZATION OF MERCHANTS HAS BEEN FOSTERED IN THIS CITY FOR SOME TIME. COY'S ELECTION PLEASING Anaconda Man Will Serve State Associa tion Well-Proceedinga of the Helena Convention. i'E('tAl. TO 7r1I: IN.r I lt OlNTAINN. Anaconda. ict. 9. -. The organitatlto in lel. ena of the \llntana R .etail (;roccr andi ?ulerchants' A.so.cintion yestertday an' n mnlter of a great deal of interest to the local mier. chants, At present there is tin city or town witllit the borders of the state ill which such active interest is taken as is the case in Anacondula. Here the mtertchants have teent and arc 'till in earnest regurirli.g a protective organizatitlonl t whole princtiplel are the promoting of the merchantls' cause rttnd the earnest and hliirmttl-. otis working together for cacth otlher's hlnettllt. Great Falls System. Different creit rait rtig systems were dis. cussed at the Helena meeting and it was de cided to adopt as far as tpol.lhle andt practic' able the system nlow inl use by the (;rtat , alls ]terchants' Exchainge. The selection of Ir. ('Coy, the president of the local merchants' ansoclation, as trenlurer of the state association, was quite an hotnur to the local people and one wk hich the Illlelbers feet quite proud of. The local retail merchants intend to tahke an active interest in the Mtate organizatiiion and assat its caustte in every way puossibl.e Local Association. The officers of the retail merchants' assonia fion of Anaconda, which has jo.ltedll h:atils with the state organization anre 'residcnt. II. (;. Coy; vice president, J. I'. Stagg; secretary. F. V,. Hlarison: treasurer. A. jAlourbonnlierre; directort, J. II. Strain, G(;erge llarich and .l. ilammcrslotugh. FAILS TO FIND GROUND FOR BINDING REDDY OVER Justice Murphy Dismisses Case as the Evidence for the State Does Not Warrant the Charge. SPECIAL TO TIlE INTER MIOt'NTAIN. Anaconda, Oct. 9.-Thomas Reddy, who 'as arrested several .weeks ago by the T sheriff on complaint of the owners of the French Gulch Dredging company, for whom he worked, on the charge of steal ing amalgam, has been discharged by Jus tice of the Peace Murphy after hearing the evidence offered by the state. Carl Hoff, an assayer, who examined the piece of amalgam alleged to have been ti in Reddy's possession, swore it was worth only $39.o04. and that the amtalgam found on George Ogilvie, another workman, who a Is also under arrest, was worth $66.t8. st Ogilvie is said to have surrendered to the authorities another piece of amalgam ni worth $46.06. 1' J. II. Duffy, counsel for Relcly, con tended in arguing for a dismissal, that w Reddycould not be charged with any crime ti worse than petit larceny. As Reddy was cl in charge of the boat, he had a right to C pan the gold, the attorney claimned, and tI there was no proof he intended to convert it to his own use. ti The court took this view of the matter h and discharged Reddy after the county at- h torney had resisted such action. The county attorney says he will file an o information against Reddy in the district court. The preliminary hearing of George t Ogilvie, alleged to have been impnlicated, was set for October 26. MUSIC AT THE COPPER CITY SPECIAL TO TILE INTER MOItNTAIN. C Anaconda, Oct. 9.-(.ine more of the pro. grams made so popular by the .Margaret Thea. a ter orchestra under the leadership of Prof. Gustav Fischer will be given at the Copper City Commercial company's store tomorrow evening on the upper floor of the big establish. ment. With the coming of the cold weather the people find it a great deal more agreeable to get within doors while down town Saturday evenings, and they find that the Copper City store is the handy and at once the favorite place for the enjoyment of a few moments' recreation whilst they are on business bent. 'The spacious apartments of the big store on the second floor give ample room for all who care to trade there or rest and enjoy the excel lent music furnished in such splendid style. The concert for tomorrow evening, which will begin at 7:30 o'clock, is another of the elabo. rate affairs bound to please. It swill hIe as follows: I'ROGRAM: March, "Vale Banner"....................Iflirshl Overture, "('omedy" ...............Keler lela "J.saghing Eyes".................Silberber g W altz, "La Fiancee"...................... yers "Laces and Graces" S;ovelette)........Bratton "The Antlers," Intermezzo Twostep........ ............................ ustsv Fischer Selection from Chastncey Olcotts new play, "Terence" .................lcott "My Own United States".. ...Julian Edwarcls "Moralba," Intermezzo..................osales (a) "Lulu's Honeymoon." barn dance..uIraham (b) "Kentucky Club," Twostep..,,.Arthur 'ryor Your friend at the otiler end wtll think of you often and with greater admiration if you use none but the neatest stationery when writ ong to her, There is an excellent line of the best made with the real delicate monograms to nmatch at the Inter Mountain office, Durston block, Anaconda. AMUSEMENTS SPECIAL TO riTHE INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, Oct. 9.-The attraction at the Margaret Tuesday night will be "The Burgo. master," the greatest comedy success of the times. There is a company of 6o people pre. senting this light opera favorite with a new production, new costumes and the prettiest chorus that "The Burgomaster" has ever had. When one considers that "The Burgomaster" has always been famed for its pretty girls, it can be seen that this claim means a great deal. Half a dozen new songs have been introduced into the piece this season, and one of them, entitled "Mdlle. New York," is said to be an Immense hit, In the big company presenting "The Burgo. master" this year are as many of the famous ariinal cast as could be procured, including M'ELLE FRANCES HARTE Late of New York. ýoprano Soloist, First Presbyterian Chun, Bstte. Tlauher of Singing, Pose, Technique, $b .LRep .rtoire, 'Opra Concert. L North Jagokon street, Butte. West Third street, Ruth \'hlte as \\'illie, Ocanr .,. Figman as the Ilurgomaster, 'I'homnn Rickette, William Riley Hlatch, ('harle Sharp, 1. J. Moye, ;eorgle McKissock, lletln Dexter, Hlarrict Shelon, l.luise llrackett, and Josephine Ditt. 'iThe e .l of s.atn for "The Ilurgomaster" will ,,n . oonll at the Smith drug store. ANACONDA BRIEFS A. D. T. menssenger-prompt, reliable. F. C. Pierce iof 'hiliphl,~rg was, here on llt inc's y. sterlday, Wanted 'lw,, i,lu-lewrrr.; steady job. Cop. per City ('onmmercial (an., .\nacondmla. Fredl W. I'ekovrer hlns. gone to the Welloenne & l'eckover ranchl in the Ilig ItIle country. The tavanlli hotel at IIliail,ton, will be kept open the entr rluntd. (;trrge N.. (cnse of Portland was here ion itt.ine, yedterday. \\.nted- . two carpet laycrs. ('opplr City ('anlmerei'ntl Co., .\ltnae'nda. t'ity Alttrney Snwyer was it Ilutte during ye.tetday afteritnoon. ('allitg card., monograms and stationery, the finest to be had at the most reasonable trices. Ilhe Inter Mountain office. I)uraton block, n"xt to postrllice. Jlatmes delllate, the crack rrntcrfielder of the Ilutte ha.ehall teantm, is here for the winter. The popular hall plahy r will likely ptt in lis timle dulriig the cold in11,Iths working ill his hli hmine. hor firsttclass prmtilng, bokbi- ,ing or as' * die work at reasonable prices call at the Inter Mriuntain office, Main street, next to the post. Mrs. . IIclauit, asnl dilnlghtera have returnred frlnm llalmiltin, h\lcrT thI.y viitcd lifr .,tte NOTICE TO ORE PRODUCERS (Ire piurohiase circutlars of the ['itts lburgh and Montana Cnpper cotimpany are now ready for di.trilhuttion amontg ire pro dtucers andi others in the dlistricts trihutlary to little. Such circulars will lie furnished to applicalnlts by letter or ill persoln. Addlress all conltulttit ticis to the ('o(t. patly, I'. (I. lBox st It, lltutte, Monltana. The conttlpatty's office at present is No. 21t Go(llberg block, rclrter of West Park and Acadlemly streets, ullttle. Mlonta.n. TILLMAN TELLS OF GONZALES'THREATS ACCUSED IN LEXINGTON MURDER TRIAL BELIEVED EDITOR WAS DANGEROUS. THEY MET IN THE STREET Tillman Intimates That It Looked to Him as if Gonzales Were About to Open Fire First. IIS A ,(,'i:IA CI) III) a's. l.exington, S. C., Oct. 9.--The examina tion of James R. T'illman, who went on the stand during the last hour yesterday as a witness in his own behalf, was re sumed today. lie was asked what impression was made upon him by the editorials written by Mr. Gonzales. lie replied that they were intensely bitter. In reply to ques lions 'Iilhnan said he had been in such close places that lie could not come to Columbia and say what hle had said on the stump. lie said it had been reported to hiim that the opera house in Columbllia where he was to speak was to be packed and he was not to be let out alive. lie stated that if that threat was carried out it would be the most destructive tragedy in South Carolina. Mr. Tillman said he was walking down the street after the adjournment of the state senate June 15 in company with Senators Talburn and Brown. At the transfer station lie said he noticed Mr. Gonzales down the street looking at him very intently., lie said lie (Tillmnan) had on his overcoat. lie said he never took his eyes off Gon zales and that Gonzales did not take his eyes off him. He said Mr. Gonzales had on an overcoat, lightly buttoned, with his hands in his pockets, thumbs sticking out. Gonzales cut diagonally across in front of him and the thumb of his right hand disappeared in his pocket. lie said lie thought Mr. Gonzales was going to draw a weapon. On cross-examination the defendant said he had reason to expect, from the moment lie saw Gonzales, that Gonzales would shoot when they met. lie also said he sent word to Mr. Gonzales to come to the meeting at the opera house in Colum bia and make his charges there, saying he did this so he could reply to them. James H. Tillman was a witness in his own behalf yesterday. He was on the stand for half an hour. ,Mr. Tillman was asked by Mr. Croft to explain incidents to which reference had been made during the trial. He was asked with regard to any messages he may have sent to Mr. Gonzales, saying that he had sent a verbal message to him by George S. i.egare, asking him (Gonzales) to meet him in Georgia. He said Mr. Gonzales wanted the invita tion put in writing, but he was afraid it was a trap. He said also that he did not want to violate the duelling laws of his state. Answering further questions, witness said that when he was correspondent in \Washington for some Southern papers Mr. Gonzales was an applicant for the position of consul general to Shanghai and that he wrote his papers that Mr. Gonzales would not be appointed and said he had some words with him in a hotel lobby in WVash ington. e Asked as to Gonzales' attitude toward his military career, he said: v "It had always been bitter toward me t since I was as years of age." The question as to his attitude and the comments of the state were then taken up. i. Witness stated that among other things d Mr. Gonzales wanted to have him court , martialed because of an ilncident which' he n related, Relative to the organization of a coin ' pany of Indian scouts which had been re is ferred to, defendant said he wanted to or ganize such a company to take to the Phil ippines, but President McKinley and the army officials in Washington opposed the scheme. ,n Asked how he was treated by +Mr. Gon zales in his campaign for governor, the de e, fendant replied: "Ilis editorials are fair samples of it." e. He denied that he had ever been a traitor 't, to his uncle and said he had not inten tionally been discourteous to the senator. EDDIE SANTRY AND MURPHY CONFIDENT BOXER AND MANAGER BOTH BE LIEVE AURELIO HERRERA WILL GO DOWN TO DEFEAT. HERRERA'S PERFORMANCES None of the Little Fellows Have a Bet ter Record Than the Mexloan, Who Should Draw Well Here. SP'C('IAL TO Titt INTER. MOI'NTAIN. Anaconda, Oct. g.-Nothing seems to be In the way of the meeting in this city on October aj of Ilerrera, the Mexican wonder, and Eddie Santry, the clever lightweight from Chicago. The M.t. Ilaggln club has arrangements com. plete for the bout. That the engagement will be well patronized and draw a big attendance from the Smoky City seems assured since Ilerrera has ever been the most poptular man in that community. As a ring attraction Ilerrera has had few equals in these parts. Ills work has been of such character as to attract the greatest atten. tion wherever he has met an opponent. The rapid strides with which Ilerrera has advanced to the front rank of the lightweights has made of him a boxer whose services have been sought in all parts of the country and more particularly in the Northwest and West. Saintry, who meets HIerrera, has about as little doubt as to his ability to win from the Mexican as does Tim Mlurphy, the manager of the Chicago boy. Iloth men believe that 11er. rera will go down before the same pair of fists that put lien Jordan, the English champion, out of the business. BUILDING TRADES UNIONS MEETING SEVEN HUNDRED THOUSAND WORK MEN REPRESENTED AT THE INDIANA CAPITAL. TO FORM A FEDERATION New Body Will Have Adjudication and Arbitration of Strikes for Its Prime Object. BY AS)OCIATED PRESS. Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. g.-Leading re ports of the national and international or ganizations of building and repair trades met yesterday afternoon in conference for the purpose of bringing their respective organizations into an international federa tion, having for its object the arbitration, adjudication and settlement of building trades affairs, Among those attending are M. P. Car rick, secretary and treasurer of the Broth erhood of Painters, Decorators and Paper hangers; James Hanrahan, grand trustee of the International Union of Steam Engi neers; G. F. Gubbins, president of the In ternational Union of Bricklayers and Ma sons: J. R. Cavanaugh and W. A. O'Keefe, president and secretary-treasurer of the Operative Plasterers' International associ ation; F. W. Buchanan, president of the Bridge and Structural Ironworkers' In ternational union; Herman Lillian, presi dent of the International Carriers' and Building Laborers' union; Frank Duffy, secretary, and Thomas Neale, treasurer of the Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners, and John Maloney and S. B. French of the Electrical Workers. They represent 7oo,ooo workmen. After shifting the various plans for fed eration down to a basis acceptable to all, the drafting of a constitution and bylaws will be taken up. This constitution will probably be referred to the different unions for ratification; but it is likely that permanent officers will be elected at this conference. While opening a box, J. C. Mount of Three Mile Bay, N. Y., ran a ten penny nail through the fleshy part of his hand. "I thought at once of all the pain and soreness this would cause me," he says, "and immediately applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm and occasionally afterwards. To my surprise it removed all pain and soreness and the injured parts were soon healed." For sale by Paxson & Rocke feller, Newbro Drug Co., Christie & Laey and Newton Bros. E. H. HOAR SUPERINTEN DENT OF MONTANA R. R. Will Have Headquarters at Lombard and Is to Enter Upon His New Duties on System at Once. SPECIAL TO TILE INTER MOUNTAIN, Helena, Oct. 9.-E. II. Hoar, who has been superintendent of the Tacoma & Eastern railroad, has been appointed su perintendent of the Montana railroad, with headquarters at Lombard, and will enter upon his duties tomorrow. He was formerly superintendent of the Brainerd & Northern, Chief Engineer F. T, Robertson of the Montana railroad has been acting as su perintendent, but the construction of the line to Lewistown has so increased his duties that he had to give up the superin tendency. He will devote his energies not only to the completion of the extension but to a revision of the grade from Lombard to Dorsey. The road is now within six miles of Lewistown and will probably be com pleted by the end of the month. BANK IS TO FILE OBJECTION Will Try to Prevent Adoption of 'Report ' of Referee. The question of adoption of the report of the referee in the Courtney estate came up Jn Judge McClernan's court to day, also the petition for the sale of real estate. Roy S. Alley, on behalf of the Daly Bank and Trust company, was granted until next Monday to file objections to the report of the referee. All hearing in the case went over until October ip. jCopper City Commercial Company MEN'S UNDERWEARI SAT HAL PRICE I A Sensational Sale of Men's fine English Merino Underwear At Half Its Regular Value Wednesday morning we started this sale of heavy-weight English merino under wear at a price positively less than manufacturers' cost. There are over 75 dozen in this assortment, all in one color-English red drab. Shirts and drawers in all sizes. Perfect fitting garments and made up in the best manner possible. The range of sizes in this lot is complete from 34 to 48 shirts and from 28 to 46 drawers so we can fit boys from 15 years up in these garments. On sale this week at $1.15 Per Garment $2.25 Per Suit... ANOTHER 8ALE OP SAMPLES IN California Flannel Overshirts for Men We have received about 15 dozen more of samples in fine overshirts, with attached collars, in navy blue and fancy mixtures. The values are from $2.00 to $8.00. Your choice today$1 0 r ............................................................. ........yt Tvs f 0o.0.Yo.......cetd. 0 Sale of Men's and Boys' Sweaters Just 53 dozen boys' wool sweaters, in navy blue and maroon. These have been left over from last season and retailed at $1.00 each. Take your pick of these today at 245 eents Men's fancy honeycomb, all-wool sweaters, in every slse and in three-color combinations of red and black, green and black, and plain navy blue. They are good values for $3.50. On sale today .1 at, each ...................................................................................., The Copper City I The Copper City .·,. y. · WALIEB MVUHAY SOUGHT BY POLICE HIEARTBROKEN MIOTHER TELLS SHIERIFF QUINN OF WAYWARD NESS OF 9-YEAR-OLD BOY. HE SSTAYS AWAY FOR WEEKS Walter Follows the Races and His Mother Thinks 'He Is Now in Helena -May Be Arrested. Some of the little boys of Butte seem determined to prove themselves extraor dinary characters. Walter Murray belongs to this class. Walter's mother, a lady who lives at the corner of Washington and Iron streets, today literviewed the sheriff with refer ence to Walter, and her account of the little' boy's distinguishing characteristics mark him as out of the ordinary. Waiter Is Missing. Walter is only 9 years old. He has not been seen by his mother since the first of October, however. She dues not know where he is, but suspects that he is in Helena. She desired the sheriff to search out the 9-year-old and return him to his home. She did not specially want him returned to his home as an end, because she ad mitted that he certainly would not remain home. But she desired him restored to her so she might take steps concerning him. "He smokcs, drinks, chews and swears," she told the officer, and yet he is only 9 years old. Won't $tay at Home, "And I never," she continued, -'whip him or scold him at all. He has a nice, comfortable home, but he won't stay there." Then she went on to relate that the present absence of Walter from home is not his first absence. He was gone for five ~y.pks once. "HI1 came back home that time with the president," said 'Mrs. Murray, The 9-year-old fell into the tail of Roosevelt's party and came to Butte to participate in the president's reception here,' and that fetched him home for the first time in weeks, Mrs, Murray related an Incident of an other' home coming of Walter which was noteworthy. " "He came home one night' In the mid dle of the night. I was sleeping, and he ranwg'the bell till he pulled it off of the doorj' 'said Mrs. Murray. Ths shows that Walter is of a slightly testy dislosition, although but 9. Follows the Races. Mrs, Murray suspects that Walter is at Helena, because 'Walter is a lover of horseflesh and a follower of the racetrack, and there is a fair and horseracing at Helena, Sheriff Quinn will endeavor to find Walter and bring him home, when some effort to lead him Into a different path will b! made. Butte, Anaconda & Pacific Ry. Co. Passenger Time Table, Sept. 23, 19o3. WESTBOUND. EASTBOUND. Local Leave Arrive Local Leave Arrive Trains. Butte. Anaconda. Trains. Anaconda. Butte, No. s-B., A. & P.......:o:oo a.m. so:s5 a.m. No. a-B., A. & P....... 8: a.m. 9paa a.0. No. s-B., A. & P....... 2:0o p.m. a:oop.m. No. 4-B., A. & ........1:3ssa.m. a1:Sop.nt. No. 5- ., A. & *....... 5:oo p.m. St3s p.m. No. 6-B., A. & P....... 3:o p.m. 4:u p.m. No. --B., A. & P.......0so45 p.m. 11:40p.m. No. 8-B., A. & P....... 6:s p.m. 7l3o p.m. To make connections with Northern Pacilo Railway Westbound trains at Durant leave Anaconda at s:SS a. m., a:ao and 6:3s p. m. To make connection with Great Northern Railway at Butte leave Anaconda at 6:3s p.m. To make conneotion with O. S. L. Railway at Silver Bow leave Anaconda at ls:o p. m. Tickets on sale at city ticket office (Great Northern Railway), as Main street, Butte, and at passenger station, B., A. & P. Railway. HOPE TO BE ABLE TO KEEP SERVANTS WOMEN OF 4NEW YORK WILL OFFER THEM PRIZES OF EACH ANNI VER6ARY OF SERVICE. TO HAVE CLUB AND LECTURES DY ASSOCIATED PRESS. New York, Oct, 9.-Several women of wealth and social prominence here have started a movement for a servants' guild intended to benefit both the sorely tried housekeeper and unappreciative maid. Members of the household will get for a moderate cee girls whose references have been investigated and who must behave or be barred forever from the privileges intended for them, including a club room and lectures and instruction on practical lines. Both mistresses and maids must sub scribe to certain rules and regulations, The servants must pledge, among other things, to remain at least a month where they are sent unless they should be dis charged. Should they remali for one year in the place obtained by the guild there will be various prizes, which will be iniriased on succeeding anniversaries. The title of the organization is "The Woman's Housework Guild." A training school for servants will be established under the management of experienced boyrekeepers, with chefs in the culinary departments; in addition there will be a dressmaking branch. A Dý.IGHTPUL BUMMER TRIP. If you are goIng East this symmer why not see salt Lake City snd Denver end the elegant ieonery through Colorado s6log the lines of the Rio Grande rsystem You can't best it for exellent service and good aoeommodations, Only one change of ears between Butte and Chieago and St. Louts. Writ. for rates and a zopy of "With Nature In Colorado," ., W. litagerald, general agent, Butte, Montana, ROONEY EVIDENCE IS ALL IN Arguments Are Begun and Case Is About Ready for the Jury, The testimony in the long drawn-out Rooney damage suit Is all in, the defend ants having finished late yesterday after noon. Arguments of counsel began this morn. Ing and lasted throughout the day, At torney 'lackel opening for t~e plaintiff aui 7. G. Willis for the defense. It I. likely the ease will be given to the Jury The Daly Bank and Trust Company of Anaconda Anaconda, Montana. eneral banking ln all branees. Sell an New York CNheia, Paut, Omaha, San Franlet, e. n draw direct on the rincial cie el Englm7q Frnce, Ire and, Gusay Lie Oflt. De IIt terom s.*o mag upwad recelved Correspondents National City bnk, New Yort irh I Natonal ban 41 cbIiNo; Flre u aetiond bask St. Paul; m a Nataonal ba. Omaa; Bank of California, San ya isie.. John R. Tools, pre idents 1. . Greenwood, vice president Lo V. la ett,c shier;, C. orbe as. siatant caehir. MARGARET THEATER H. F. Collins, 1agr. Anaeconda. Montana. The monarch of musical comedies, Tuesday Night, Oct. 13 TI-ISE BURGO MASTER With Ruth White, Oscar L. rigman, AND THE famous Original Cast Prices--l, o, $1oo, ,oo, dgoo, g. Seat sale Saturday at Smith's drug store, late this afternoon, and an early verdict Is looked for. There will be nothing of importance to occupy the court's attention until the :,th, when the libel suit brought by Dr. -. H, Hanson against the Butte Winar will be beard.