INTER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA BUREAU
Durston Block. Advertising Rates Furnished on Application.
TAKES CASH PRIZE
FOR A PHOTOGRAPH
E. W. SMITH TOOK THE BEST PIC
TURE OF THE NEWN STACK AT
aiPrVIAI. TO TltE INTII II' M N fAI N.
Anaconda. , (cl. ,.- in the conlltst for
the cash prize offerrd by the Adnam~ I)e
partlllrn ture Iast Ittmonth for the most
meritorious photograph of the a\\'hoe
emelter's new smoke stack, E. W. Smith
of this city won. The picture asn produced
shows distinctly the new stack with smoke
issuing from its top, which was a part
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of the requirements under the rules gov
erning the contest.
The well known department store start
ed the contest early in September, adver
tising it exclusively in the Inter Moun
tain. The result was that nearly 1s5 pho
tographs were taken of the smelter stack.
The best were entered in the competition
and were for a number of days on ex
hibition at the Adams store.
The committee deciding the contest con
sisted of Fire Chief R. S. M-ntrum,
George P. Inltlter, the local photographer,
and Attorney (;eorge H. Winston.
The committee found the matter of ar
riving at a decision not an easy one, for
the results of the amateur photographers'
efforts were in miany instances excellent.
'There were innumerable photographs
which showed more clearly, perhaps, the
smoke and part of the stack than did
Mr. Smtith's, yet his prize picture, con
sidering all conditions of the contest, was
the one thought by the judges to be inl all
particulars the best photograph.
A. D. T. messenger-prompt, reliable.
II. 1). Itohn is in from Cable.
Calling cards, monograms and stationery, the
finest to be had at the most reasonable prices.
The Inter Mountain office. Durston block,
I;ext to postofice.
Mrs. A. F. . Leahy of Bnite is visiting her
sister, Mrs. J. 0. IO. rogan, at 507 Birch street.
John II. ()rmes of Minneapolis is here on
For first-class printng, bookblr :;ng or s.:ct
die work st reasonable prices call at the Inter
Mountain office, Main street, next to the post.
Sam Strange is here from Lewis and Clarke
F. I, I.loyd of St. Paul is here on business.
W. C. Green, hailing from Freno, ItI. C.,
has business interests in Anaconda which are
detaining him here for several days.
In the D. A. Spraker Estate.
S'ECA.\L TO 'It-E INTER MOUNTAIN.
)Anaconda, Oct. 13.-J. B. Finley has pe
titioned the district court for letters of
administration upon the estate of David A.
Spraker, deceased. There are three heirs,
Lulu M. Finley, wife of the petitioner;
Mrs. Mary Turner of Seattle and Lillian
Spraker of Spokane. The estate con
sists of 60o shares of stock in the Aetna
Savings & Loan company.
A perfect beverage-rich
in nitrogenous elements.
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SANTRY IS DELAYED
BOUT IN MILWUKEE WILL KEEP HIM
IN THE EAST A DAY OR
SPECIAL. TO TlE INTtFtR MOUNTAIN.
Anaconda, Oct. 1j.-Owing to a misunder.
standillng, Eddy Santry, who is to fight Aurelio
Ilerrera on the a3ti before the Mount llaggln
club in Anaconda, cannot arrive here until
about the 19th or aothl of the month. Santry
was previously matched to fight Jack Dough*
erty in ,Milwaulkee on the 16th inst. It looked
for a tite as though that bout would fall
through, However, the match is to occur in
the Lake City, and in cons.equence the Chicago
boxer cannot leave there until the affair in
Milwaukee is settled.
It is said in the Chicago papers that the Mit
w;,:lkee bout is going to be a good one.
llouglherty has of late been going after the
good ones down in Chicago and Milwaukee
and he has showed remarkable speed and
cleverness. It is thought that Santry, how.
ever, will have little trouble in giving Dough.
erty the finishing touches.
Immediately following that bout Santry and
his manager take the train for Anaconda and
will come through direct. Santry has been
engaged in active training in Chicago at a
local gymnasiunt for the past several months.
Ice is, according to his manager, in better con
dition than ever and, arriving here on the aoth
inst., will have two good days' rest before
going against the lMexican.
Ilerrera and Iiddy ilishop will arrive here
alout the 8th,. leaving Vancouver immediately
after the fight there with Long.
RUTH HALVERSON ASKS
FOR LEGAL SEPARATION
Says Husband Does Not Support Her
and Is a Drunkard-Done in the
SP'ECIAL TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN.
Anaconda, Oct. 13.-Ruth Hialverson of
this city begun divorce proceedings yes-,
terday agaittnst her husband, Joseph Hal
verson, The complaint is non-support and
drunkenness and shiftlessness. There are
two abildren and the plaintiff has asked
for the custody of them. The couple
were married June 3, 1894.
Another venier for 25 jurymen was
issued yesterday. Of those who answered
the first summons it was found that a
number could not speak the Americans
The agreement between the attorneys in
the case of Alexander Millan was con
tinued for the term. The delay is caused
by one of the attorneys, Mr. Duffy, hav
ing to go to California,
ANACONDA MAN GETS PATENT
Anaconda, Oct.' t.-One of the latest patents
to he received by Anaconda patentees is for a
washing machine invented by Peter R. Ens
ninger of 404 Cherry street.
It is claimed that the most delicate fabrics
can be washed in this machine without dam
age. It will be applicable to steam laundries
as well as family use.
Your friend at the other end will think of
you often and with greater admiration if you
use none but the neatest stationery when writ
ing to her. There is an excellent line of the
best made with the real delicate monograms to
match at the Inter Mountain office. Durston
INTEREST IN CONTEST
WILL BE IMANY DEER LODGE COUN
TY CANDIDATES FOR INTER
MOUNTAIN'S TRIP EAST.
SPECIAL TO TlE INTER MOUNTAIN.
Anaconda, Oct. s3.-'Already there has beenl
more than an ordinarily amount of interest
shown in the proposed trip of the Inter Mooun
lain special trip which it Is proposed shall be
given to 3o of Montana's fair young women to;
the St. Louis exposition next year.
The announcement made In last evening's,
Inter Mountain stating that two of the most.
popular young women of Deer Lodge county'
will be included in this magnificent proposil
tion created no end of discussion. Already,
candidates are being spoken of here and there.
That the contest whereby it will be decide4
just who shall go will be a spirited one is,
Indications point to the belief that at least a
dozen well known young women of the city;
will be included in the contest for the prise
trip. The Inter Mountain office, which Is now
located In its new and spacious quarters at tog
East Park avenue, Durston block, will be in
readiness on the opening of the voting Mon.
day next to take care of the local contest.
The fact that the rules and regulations gov.
erning the contest assure two of the county's
young women members of the trip is certain
of bringing into the competition not only the
residents of the city buit as well those who
reside in the rural districts and in other towns
within the county.
IN OURSTON BLOCK
INTER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA OF
FICE NOW IN MORE CONVEN
SPECIAL TO TilE INTERt MO'NTAIN.
Anaconda, Oct. :3.--The Inter Mountain
office has been moved once again; however.
with a view of establishing a commodious and
coglfortable headquarters for the local oflce:
sql as well so situated as to give the paper's
friends an opportunity to transact their bushl
ness expeditiously and conveniently.
The Inter Mountain office is now located at.
tog East Park avenue, Durston block, in the'
office formerly occupied by Wellcome & I'eck
orThe new quarters are the finttest the Inter
Mountain has ever had in the city, and is but
another evidence of the growing business of
this paper in the Smelter City and the proof
that the local branch is here to stay.
The Anaconda office is now permanently
located in apartments where bulletins on the
afternoon's nIews tmay be seen each day previ.
ous to the arrival of the paper from Butte.
SWEDISH CHOIR IS TO
GIVE A FINE CONCERT
SPEC'IAI. TO TIIE INTER MOUNTAIN.
Anaconda, Oct. 13.- A concert is to be given
by the Swedish choir tomorrow night in the
Swedish mission church. Several singers and
players from outside towns will assist the
home talent. Fuollowing is the program as
Song, "Sa Alskade Gud Verlden, by the'
audience; Bible reading and prayer, Rev. Mr.e
Errickson; song, by the string bandl song,
"Hednafolkens Nod," male choir; declamation
by O. Olson; song, "David's First Samnt" (A.
L,. Skoog). biy the choir; orchestra selection;
song, "Till Norden T. Norderntan," male
choir; bass solo, N. Knudson; piano solo,
selection; song, selection, by the clhoir; "The
Star Spangled Banner," male choir; song,
"Nar Solen Yyktat Dagens Gang" (J. A. El
mer), string band; selection by the orchestra;
song by the choir; baritone solo, "Jar liar en
Jesus," by John hIaacson; piano solo, selec
tion; song, by the choir; guitar solo, selection,
by John Jacoblson; song, "Iem Till Guds
Jerusalem" (J. R. Cronhamm), male choir;
"Valsignelson," by the choir.
TOOLE GIVES PARDON0
JAMES R. STEVENSON, SENT UP ,FOR
CATTLE STEALING, WILL
GET OUT OF PEN.
SPECIAL. TO TIlE INTER MOUNTAIN.
Helena, Oct. 13.-Gov. J. K. Toole has
granted an unconditional pardon to James
R. Stevenson, convicted in April, ipoo, of
grand larceny in being implicated in the
wholesale theft of livestock and sen
tenced to 14 years in the penitentiary.
Governor Van Sant of Minnesota and
many others sent strong letters asking for
the pardon. Governor Toole explained
his action in the following letter to the
state board of pardons:
"I hereby grant an unconditional pardon
to James R. Stevenson, convicted in Teton
county of the crime of grand larceny, and
sentenced to the penitentiary in April,
Igor, for the term of 14 years. This is
the longest punishment allowed by law.
"If guilty, this wad an excessive pun
ishment for one who bore such an excel
lent reputation among his friends and
neighbors, and who, it is certain, does not
belong to the criminal class.
"I call your attention to the numerous
letters and papers on file touching this ap
plication, all of which are herewith sub
The affair in which Stevenson was im
plicated was quite bold. A train load or
more of stock was stolen from the ranges
and driven East for sale.
HELENA MAY AGAIN BE
END OF PASSENGER RUN ,
SPECIAL TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN.
Helena, Oct. 13.-Northern Pacific passenger
conductors have received an intimation that
the company will soon return to the farmer
arrangement by which Helena was made the
end of a passenger run.
Until about a year ago passenger crews ran
from Billings to Helena and from Helena to
Spokane over the Northern Pacific. Then the
run was changed and the conductors ran from
Billings to Missoula and from Missoula to.
It is understood that the old arrangement
will be put into effect about November I. if
carried out it will mean that the passenger
crews on the main line now living in Missoula
will return to Helena.
ASHBY WILL WAIT TO
HEAR FROM HANNAH
Helena, Oct. 73.-Adjt, Gen. 8. C. Ashby
has forwarded to Capt. W. J. Hannah of Big
Timber the petition received asking for the
latter's removal, an account of which appeared
in the Inter Mountain several days ago. Cap.
tain Hannah was informed that the matter
would be held in abeyance until be had offered
TO JUMP A UNION
M~ISSOULA MEN WILL. LEAVE BUTTE
UNION AND ORGANIZE FOR
ORDERS FROM HEADQUARTERS
Trouble In Garden City Brewery Reaches
Crisis-Turn Down for,the
Union in Butte.
SPECIAL TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN.
Missoula, Oct. 13.-The trouble between
the Garden City brewery and its brewers
that culminated in four men being dis
charged may result in the organization
here of a new union, independent of
'Union No. 66 of Butte, with which the
loral brewers have heretofore affiliated.
The brewery refuses to reinstate the
discharged men or accede to the demands
of the Butte union and discharge Joe
Hltele, the boss brewer.
Christian Trapp, representing the Butte
untion, came here in the hope of effecting
a settlement, having received orders from
the international union to do so.
An effort was made to have the brewery
declared unfair, but this failed.
l'rapp and President Gerber of the
brewery met on the street last night and
a hot altercation ensued, during which
they nearly came to blows.
Trapp demanded that the men be 're
stored, but this was refused. Then he
.:anted Redle let out, but-this also met
with no encouragement, Mr. Gerber claim
inl that Redle is a stockholder in the
company and a valuable man.
Mlr. Gerber even declined to entertain
a proposition for a compromise.
Now word has been received from the
headquarters of the international in Cin
cinlati to organize another union. This
may solve the difficulty.
The strike breakers, as they are called,
who were put to work when the four men
went out, are still at work, and Mr. Gerber
declares they will not be discharged.
The action of the international union
is considered to be something of a turn
down for the Butte union.
WAS TO DIE TODAY
THIS WAS THE DATE SET FOR THE
EXECUTION OF THE MURDERER
OF FONNIE BUCK.
SPE('IAL TO THE INTE.R MOUNTAIN.
Hamilton, Oct. r3.-This is the day that
Walter Jackson was to have been hanged
fpr murdering Fonnie Buck, but the notice
of appeal to the supreme court operates
as a stay.
Sheriff Pond has the gallows used in
Peer Lodge at the Dotson execution, anid
will ceep them until he hears from the
supreme court. The sheriff has restored
the death watch over Jackson.
Reports have been current that an effort
might be made today to lynch Jackson
because of the delay, but these are untrue.
One man was heard to boast last night
that Jackson would not live 24 hours after
the 13th, but this is looked upon as the
boast of a hairbrain.
Dr. M. M. Gastrow Dead.
Philadelphia, Oct. 13.-Dr. Marcus M.
Gastrow, rabbi emeritus of the Roden
Shalom congregation in this city, Hebrew
scholar and educator, and one of the best
known Jews in the country, died today
after a short illness.
iI Tea '
In the preparation of the reg
qlation Japan teas there is con
siderable handling in order to
S. rpperly roll auit holbr them; this
results in thuch broken tea which
is sifted out to give style and ap
pearance. As s well known, it
Is the youngest and most tender
leaves generally the finest flavor
ed, which are thus sacrificed.
6ur 0-Yams by comparison
4 uncoored and unsifted, has not
been rbolled or manipulated in any
'anner, and while a trifle more
broken in appearance thin the
regulation Japan it is In p9es.
ajon of all its native dellcacy of.
flavr, and it Is den, no oblec.
tiore4is process having been
employed to gile it style.
to C a.Pus ,.G
Tfil COPPER CITY'
Black Cheviot Suit $11.90 Walking Skirts $3.95
Suit of all wool cheviot, long skirt, Perfect fitting, all wool walking skirts,
blouse front coat, with leather belt; strap seams, flare bottom; made of
long flare skirt. Tomorrow.......... plain and fancy heavy skirtings; reg.
$ 90 ular prices $6.00oo to $7.5o. Tomorrow..
Swell Novelty Suits $24.90 Jackets $10.00
Your choice of to fancy novelty suits, Your choice of three styles zlbellne,
plain and mixed cloths; no two alike; kersey and chevtot jackets; made In
suits marked up to $3250o. For two the late fall styles; worth $za.sb,
days only ........................... $13.5o and $1s .oo. Tomorrow.......
20 Per Cent Off 20
We have decided to continue our fur sale
for three days more. All furs bought up to
Wednesday night subject to twenty per cent
Silk Waists Children's Underwear
Black and colored silk waists, all Odds and ends children's heavy fleeced
'sizes; worth up to $7.50o. Your own vests, all sizes; regular value 4oc to
selection from about So waists for.... 6oc each, You will find this a great
$3.95 bargain 1
Ladies' Union Suits 59c Eiderdown Dressing Sacques $1
Perfect fitting, heavy fleeched union Red, pink, blue and gray dressing
suits, pearl buttons, taped neck. They sacques; all sizes; neatly trimmed with
were made to sell for $i.oo. We will satin ribbon and braid; all new styles.
sell 20 dozen tomorrow............. Worth $2.oo00... .....................
59c $1.00 -.
TIn COPPER CITY
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Butte, Anaconda & Pacific Ry. Co.
Passenger Time Table, Sept. 23, 1o03.
Local Leave Arrive Local Leave Arrive
Trains. Butte. Anscords. Trains. Anaconda. Butte,
No. s-B., A. & P....... o:oos.m. sossas.m. No. s.-B., A. & P..:..... Sos.m. p9ss$m.M
No. --B., A. & P........ :o p.m. s:oo p.m. No. 4-B., A. & P.......:ss : a.m. 32:30 p.m.
No. i-B., A. & P....... s:oo p.m. Iass p.m. No. 6-B., A. & P....... 3:o p.m. 4:ssp.mw.
No. p.-B., A. & P.......so:4S p.m. sso40 p.m. No. 8-B., A. & P....... 623 p.m. 7:#o p.ma
To make connections with Northern Psalfio Railway Westbound trains at Durant leave
Anaconda at s35s a. mi., 3:so and 6:3s p. m.
To snake connection with Great Northern Railway at Butte leave Anaconds at 64: p.m.
To make connection with O. 8. L. Railway at Siliver Bow leave Anaconda at aso p.m.
Tickets on sale at city ticket office (Great Northern Railway), as Main street, Butte, and
at passenger station, B., A. & P. Railway.
REPORTS TO W. C. T. U. CONVEN
TION AT LIVINGSTON INDICATE
SPECIAL TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN.
Livingston, Oct. I,.-The annual meeting of
the Montana W. C, T. U., which comes to a
close here today, has been one of the best
attended and most interesting meetings ever
held. The annual address of President I. N.
Smith of Helena gave a complete review of
the work during the year and an account of
the excellent service rendered by the various
divisions of the organization.
"We have much to encourage us as we re
view the work of the year," said President
Smith. "Determination characterizes many of
our unions. They are doing more and better
work. Our press department has been well
represented. We are beginning to think of
the power of the press in our work. We are
using this avenue to spread sentiment to up
hold our principles of purity and total absti.
nence. Scientific temperance instruction in
our schools has been urged by our state super.
intendant. We believe that the right education
of the young will bring about safer conditions
in our social life as well as in other walks of
life. Encouragement comes along this line by
the strong utterances and still stronger ex
ample of many of America's leading educa.
The report of Corresponding Secretary W.
E, Currah was equally interesting. T'he union
has branches in ai towns and nearly $s,aoo has
been raised for temperance work. Hundreds
of temperance meetings were held during the
year and strong recommendations were made
for the union establishing places that will take
the places of saloons thus removing in a great
way the temptation toward the intemperate
Mrs. Mary Alderson read a most instructive
paper on "Humane Education," and Mrs,
Delia Kellogg gave a strong paper on "Public
HEAVY SENTENCES AWARDED
Weiser, Idalho, Oct. 13.--For enticing a
man to Oregon on the pretense of showing
him some government land, and tL.en rob
bing him, Ed Schmelzer and Charles
Boyles were convicted of grand larceny
and sentenced by Judge Stewart to 14 and
three years respectively in the peniten
Judge Stewart in passing sentence said
he considered Schmelzcr the most colossal
liar he ever heard of.
The court believed Boyles was misled
by the other and gave him the lighter
Reduced rates on piano tuning and re
pairing. Orton Bros., nIg North Main.,
Tlhe Daly Bank and Trust
Company of Anaconda
General bankitm In all baletW. Sell
chanps on New York, Chicago, t
Pau, Omaha, San Franl so etea, ea
raW direct on the jrincfipa. lt.1 of
England, Franc, Irteland, Germany and
the Orient. Deposit from $Soe and
ational City bank, New Yorij Frslt
Nationl bank Chicago; First National
bank St. Paul; Omaha National bank,
Omalsa; Bank of California, San Frao.
Jobs R. Toole, president; ,.
reenwood, vic president- LoVU
Bennett, cashier; F. C. C orbc,
H. F. Collins, Mgr.
The monarch of musical comedies,
Tuesday NIght, Oct. 13
With Ruth White,
Oscar L. filgman,
famous Original Cast
Prices-$,.so, $.0oo; 75c, soc, a5o.
Seat sale Saturday at Smith's drug
M'ELLE FRANCES HARTE
Late of New York.
Soprano Soloist, First Presbyterian
Teacher of Singing, Pose, Technique,
Style, Repertoire, Opera Concert.
Studio, aoo North Jackson street, 'Butte,.
At Anaconda, 403 West Third street,
Tuesday's and Fridays.
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