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INTER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA BUREAU
Durston Block. Advertising Rates Furnished on Application.
SYMON'S AUTO TO
THE FRONT AGAIN
BTORY OF CANTANKEROUS MA
CHINE WHICH WORKED WHEN
IT WAS NOT EXPECTED TO,
SPECIAL TO TiE INTEI atMO.NTAIN.
Anaconda, Oct. 24.-The farmer had a
"plug," nothing more, nothing less, ex
cept a well worn wagon and a tattered
harness, yet he was happy, for lie moved
along the road toward his home in the
early hours of the morning. lie had
spent a considerable portion of the night
In the city on business bent and was now
Jogging along towards (;regtsn Springs
as though he had a month to get there.
The old plug began getting ntrvouls
when he reached a point four miihs fr:om
the Springs and finally the animial snorted
and stopped. Such a noise and such
actions on the part of the .leepy old
beast at that time of the night rathIr
frightened the driver, tno.
"Get ep, ye nag I" shouted the farmer,
as usual forgctting that the horse was
called "Jimmie Daly." lhut that was al
ways when the driver was at peace swith
the nag.
The horse stopped aind the driver got
down and went ahead some o2 yards. Ile
got frightened again. For a time the
farmer wondered how far lie could run
if he started. Then lie wondered how
many minutes lie had to live and later
he wondered whether father anld mother
realized how much danger their sani was in.
The monsterous thing lie saw ahead if
him with two blazing eyes pIeering ouit
from the deep darkness sent the creeps
up and down his spine. The farmer was
about ready to say his prayers when lie
heard voices. A little forethought on
his part awakened him to the fact that
the awful monster ahead was all autom-lo
bile.
Shouts brought the farmer closer timl
again he was startled, for before him
on their knees were four pale-faced in
dividuals with uplifted hands and quiver
ing voices. They joined in one loud, long
appeal and prayer for the farmer to carry
them to civilization. It took the farmer
about zo minutes between pleadings to
learn that the auto refused to work.
The boys got their lift all right. The
farmer was good-hearted. lie inlickered
to himself when he realized that his old
:iag, worth $2o perhaps, had to pull a
j3,ooo automobile out of the roadway.
The machine was attached to the rear of
lie wagon and the four auto enthusiasts
ot into the rig along with the farmer.
After the Driver Had Turned About.
The old "hoss" had a long, hard pull,
it he settled down to it with a will.
Things went well enough until the
orse had jerked dnd pulled for about
so miles. The auto seemed to take ex
,'lutions to that sort of thing and with
.It the. slightest warning the nmaslive
Iachine made a learch and with full
'"wer on plowed into the rig ahead. The
.haffeur who was in the auto was takern
nawares and had no time to check the
iachine. The farmer's rig was struck
.oem the rear. It isn't necessary to tell
hat happened. The wagon was simply
rred to pieces.
The occupants of the rig, including the
.armer, were sent 40 ways, but luckily
!1 escaped with but a few scratches. The
torse got the blunt of the argument. With
quick, thudding bounds the auto struck
he animal and he went end over end
i:to a ditch So feet away.
Considerable work on the part of the
uto driver finally got the machine into
he road and under control dnd the in
ired Anacondans were picked up and
'arted on their way to town.
The auto ran another hundred yards
.id stopped. It stopped again for good.
fhere was no farnmer and no horse and
agen in sight. Work failed to start the
razy machine this time. The excursionists
hen began walking. At 5 o'clock they
ot home, tired, weary and condemning
Mr. Symons' horseless carriage. They all
swcar vengeance, while Mr. Symons gives
hem the laugh.
Your friend at the other end wtill think of
you often and with greater admiration it you
use sIone 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
block, Anaconda.
HIGH SCHOOL TEAM
IS OFF TO BUTTE
SIPcttAL TO '11tE INTER MU'NTAIN.
\naconda, ()ct. 24.-Arrangelenls .were coCnlC
. 'ted at a meeting at the illgh school lat
it ht for the football game to bIe played tlhi
atf rnoon at Blutte with the Iligh bchoul of
". city. T'ie linettp of bth teams has been
Saved From The Knife.
No. 55 Oglethorpe Avenue,
ATIANTA, GA., March 7, 1903.
I am very grateful indieed for the good which I received from the use of Wine of Cardui and am pleased to give
yo1u my experience. Shortly after I woas married 1 began to feel miserable, my health and strength failing day by day
in coniection with hiuldaches, backaches and a gerneral worn-out feeling.
On consulting a doctor lie said that I had womb trouble and ukleration and must undergo an operation. I felt
so weak that I was sure that I would not live to go through it and decided to try Wine of Cardui which I had seen
advertised so imuch and see what that would do for nme before I underwent an operation. I am pleased to state that I
felt better much better in two weeks and by using Wine of Cardui for two
monthls my health was restored and I now feel like a new woman and look
like ol:e, se my friends say. That is what Wine of Cardui has done for me.
PAST WOeTBY Vw5.-TspIsPA,
JNDaPMNDsNT OaDua or Goon TaMPLAa,.
WIN ARDUlI
Women who know that operations are dangerous, and that too frequently one operation leads
to another, rebel against the operating table. Many surgeons are too ready to advise an operation. Mr Marie H.Ned
Mrs. Meder's case and the experience of thousands of other women prove that such extreme
measures are usually unnecessary when Wine of Cardui can be obtained. i -
Wine of Cardui is the best medicine known for the cure of the diseases of women. It strengthe ithe womanly organs
and assists nature to restore healthy functions. It relieves all menstrual disorders and cures bearing down pains and ovarian
troubles. It corrects barrenness, relieves the worst pains at childbirth, and is beneficial for women of all ages and conditions.
It is not only an emergency medicine in the time of pain and sickness, but it is a sure preventative, an occasional dose of
which tones up the general health.
If you are suffering, remember the good that Mrs. Meder got out of this medicine and give it a trial. All druggists
sell $1.00 bottles of Wine of Cardui.
pool
efttled upon, and if the weather Is favorable a
big tuirnott is expected. Frank Mlalloy will
coach the locanl. Captain I'urley feels confi
dent of winning. 'rThe Anaconda team will
leave on the 8:3o n. m. train for Ilutte. Fol.
lowing will be the lineup of the respective
teamr:
Itltte. Position. Annronda.
Settle.............centrer........... (hristensen
Lonomis.............right guard........ Davidson
lMcl.etd.... lt........ left rd.............York
)e .....ll ....... .... right tackle ........... lurley
\\hacl.n...........left tnckle........ lital'ntrick
Mc('nrthy.......... left enl ....... ........ Itnri h
Johnson.......... right e ld .............. I)un is
Mlilli ..............fII hnck.............f Engman
L. wqe ry ............. left hnlf back.......... I)wyer
( h inl h i rl n.Hl....... right half hnck......... Ilorn
khit imt................ artcr back....... anielson
'I he colors I tie lAnaconda teml ire crinm.
Ssou andi while.
MARY NEWMAN FREE
l tl . l t I1III. I L' lt tlt'. lt.IN.
A n, 'tl [a, I( t. :.I.- A fter prom ising
ithait she wotil1 take' .'nd I are oif her
,' year ,,Il h.ly. .lMary Newmltatn, who w'as
arr.ted at 11i c.lla and brought bamk
,offl'.rit.g. was ;I lln''ud to .i, ld take the
child with her. .She plt'dgUsc that lshe will
'r fr te ,t litttle one at Missotdla.
'Th'le .,'Newman wom1 was\I broughtllt here
fromi Mlissornh for tri;l oIn the colmpllnint
of .Mlr. Altrenle.rg , who hd ctharge of the
ahby and who. claimed its mother ha.l de
serted it utld woutdt tnt provide for it.
Aftelr hearing tille eas. hdgre Ihlendricks
ldecidedtl to iallow t (, mother to lake the
chili hack to \li-.oula.
fadte r promise to re..rain from drittki.g
;andl to lhereafter give hit famtily letter
care'I D)ti;tlhl Mlorri'on, who lives ont F:oster
creek. was allowed to returnl hiomie on
probaction. Judgle lhinlricks heardl the
chargce against him of n gltetling to provide
for hits flamily atItI ' 'tenlrtetce him to go
dalys it the coitly jail. The coturt the't
sItsplended sentl ce upon .forris.n pro-ll
hi.s famtily.
ANTLERS ARE TO ENTERTAIN
St'ECI.lL TO TIT' ITrI fOI'0 NTAIN,
Annaconda. Oct. 2.1.--On next \Vednes
da~y tevning Ihe Antlehrs' party, already :an
nontlnce. is to lie given at tile Monlltlanal
hotel. Special music for the occasionl w:It
he had froml Iutte. The cnmmllittee in
charge will expect to make this, the sec
ondll party, as pleasing and as elijoyable ill
every way as was the first one given naout
the time of tile hotel opening.
(If those who will take part ill the
festival of music to lie iven ait the Mar
garet theater onllTtesday, Novemlber ;3,
such well known talent as the Misses
Frances Haite, E.loise Kingsley, Mrs. II.
Frank Collins, Mrs. Frank Norleck, Mrs.
Elsa MacI'herson, Mrs. Walter (;iiley,
and Messrs. Jack 'Ihomns, Edl A. Davis,
Prof. Gustave Fischer and Crawford will
certainly attract a big house.
The festival promises to lie the finest
nlusical entertainment had in Anaconda
for many years.
STEAMER CARRIES A
CARGO OF NOTABLES
ADELEvB FATTI.
IY ASSOi'IAIED PRE.s.
Liverpool, Oct. 24.-The steamer
Etruria, which sailed fronm Liverpool to
day for New York, took Charles Kohlsant,
the St. Louis commlissioner, who bears
from the king of )Denmark a message to
President Roosevelt, expressing the great
INTER MOUONAINS
IN GREAT DEMAND
SPECIAL TRAIN WITH EXTRA COPIES
HAD TO BE RUSHED HERE TO
SUPPLY NEWSBOYS.
S'tPEi'4. TO 711 INTt a MOI'NTAIN.
Anaconda, Oct. 24.--Yesterday was Inter
Mountain day in Anaconda for a certainty.
There were more Inter Mountains sold an
this city yesterday than Anaconda Stand
ards and Hutte Miners combined.
In fact a special traint which brought
the regular issue of the paper to the city
at 7 o'clock and another train at tI :
which conveyed to Anaconda an additio
too palpers failed to supply the dem.
that continued until way after midnigt!
for the Inter Mountaitns.
Never before inl the history of the town
has there been such a stampede for copies
of the Inter Motllltain or for any other
Iutstlications which circulates here. The
(arllltstttes of everyoIne to see the latest.
news oni the shuitt-dolwn grew rapidly dur
ing the afternoon uand at 6 o'clock, about
the time the papers usually arrive from'
Itltite, the crowd in front of the Inter
Mountaintl's Inew ofiice lit .Oc East Park
street numbered fully 5no men and bIoys,
alll anxious to be the first to secure a
copy of the eventing paper.
A break inl the Inter NMountain press at
ltutte while the papers were being run
off caused the missing of the train which
leaves Ilutte at 5:05 o'clock. Word came
from lHtte that the papers would be
rushedl down oil a special train, which left
the Smoky ('ity aloutt 6 :o o'clock. The
special arrived about 7:t5 o'clock and
meanwhile the crowds looking for the latest
news blocked the sidewalk and street in
front of the local Intter Mountain office.
Five minutes after the arrival of the train
the papers were being distributed by tlte
regular carriers andl the newsboys weep
doing business on a large basis.
The 275 copies reserved ordinarily for
street sales and distinctly handled for the
newsboys were scoopied up in almost
tquicker time than it takes to tell of it.
Three hundred extra copies which came
along on the special lasted albout the same
length of time, anid in 5 minutes there
was ntot a copy of the paper left itn the
office or at the newstantlds, which places
had been cut dlowun to their regular tnut
lher.
(urlers were sent to Itttle for an auuti
tional 400 papers. They came along ta
o'clock, midnight. At the depot were fully
too newsboys who refused to permit the
papers to leave the depot. When the Inter
Mountain wagon finally reached the office
there were but 2o papers of the last ship
ment left. In to minutes not an Inter
Mountain was to be had. The office had
sold out and so had the newsboys.
The enterprise of the Inter Mountait in
getting the papers here on a special train
was commended throughout the city. Many
praised the move, while others realized
COLONEL BILL CODY.
est regard for the United States and for
the president personally.
Mine. Patti, Col. William F. Cody,
Major Burke and the Indians of the Wild
West show are also passengers on the
Etruria, Colonel Cody will return here
in the spring. His horses are to pass the
winter in England.
ZL...ZIL,. m,.
that the Inter Mountain's standing and
following in Anaconda are rapidly growing
and even now takes a back seat for nnon
of the Montana papers,
JUST "TO MENTION IN PASSING"
Cram's Atlas of the World, isos edition, with
handsome up*to-date map of Montana, is given
free to Inter Mountain subseribers who pay
t7.So for one year in advance. The special soo
vote coupon is also Included.
ANACONDA BRIEFS
A. D. T. messenger-prompt, reliable.
L. C. Parker 4as in Anaconda last night on
his way to Park City, Utah, where his son is
very ill.
Calling cards, monograms and stationery, the
finest to be had at the molt reasonable prices.
The Inter Mountain office. Durston block,
n:ext to postofile.
Dr. 0. Y. Warren was in the city from the
Warm Springs yesterday afternoon.
Henry Valitan of Deer Lodge has been here
:is a witness in the Lost Creek water right
case.
For frstclass printing, bookbl :ing. or s-tt
die work at reasonable prices call at the Inter
Mountain ofce, Main street, next to the post.
office.
John R. Toole, acncmpaniedl by his family,
is here from .Mlisoula renewing former ac*
muaintatsces.
IBAYELLE HAD APAL
BE'IEVED SUSPECTED DYNAMITER
HAD FEMALE CONFEDERATE
LIVING IN BOZEMAN.
SPEfI(AL. TO THIE INTER 5Moi'NTAIN.
lelena, Oct. a4.-It develops that an
other convict besides Whitton was in the
conspiracy that is believed to have been
hatched in the penitentiary by Ike Gra
Slle to blackmail the Northern Pacific.
A woman living in Hozeman receiveu let
ters from Whitton which are in the same
handwriting as the letters sent to the
Northern Pacific.
This is an important link in the chain
of evidence against Gravete.
The reward of $6,5oo will be divided be
tween Chief of Police Travis, Detective
(;us O'Brien, Captain Keown and Bert
Reiynolds and Charles Latta, as it seems
quite certain Gravelle is the mtnan who utd
the dynamiting.
SIDELIGHTS ON THE
DAY'S SPORT NEWS
(Continued from Page Seven.)
heat Ritchie and Ritchie's brother Clar
ence on the same night before the Chicago
A. A. and he can repeat the trick."
llarvard has a center this year quite
the equal of any snapperback in the game.
lie is Carrick, the aao-pound sophomore,
who last season was the mainstay of the
freshman line. He was also a substitute
center for the 'varsity, and it was pre
dicted then that he would give Sugden,
the regular 'varsity center, a hard tussle
for the place if the latter returned this
season. Sugden failed to come back, and
Carricl has had no serious opposition for
the inmportant place of center. He has
played through every game Harvard has
engagej ip this season. His remarkable
physiq ie enabbi him to stand with ease
the terrific strain of holding this respon
sible place, and he has the happy knack
of escaping injury. It will be interesting
w.hen Carrick and Roraback, the big Eli
center, lock horns in the Yale-llarvard
contest.
Tonmmy Ryan has never been whipped,
says a St. Louis writer. He has fought
them all at and around the 158 mark and
polished them off one after the other.
The "dope" figures have Kid McCoy
winning over Ryan in six rounds at Chi
cago. That black mark shouldn't be given
"'Syracuse Tommy." The night he met
McCoy the articles read: "Draw decision
if both fighters are on their feet."
Ryan, like McCoy, was up at the expira,
tion of the sixth round. Referee Malachi
lHogan, with the tap of t..e final gong, put
his hand on McCoy's shoulder, Ic went
beyond the rules of the bout, and though
the decision went to McCoy, it never
should have, and as far as the spoils of
battle were concerned, Ryan got dollar for
dollar with the Kid.
Deputy Coroner Dr. Boogher examined
Tommy and declared that he was as fit
as the proverbial golden eagle. Ryan is
the real kind of the middleweight division.
The limit of that class is tsa pounds, and
there is no one at that figure in his class.
The greens committee of the Butte
Country club announces to its members a
competition in golf singles for the chanm
pionshlip of the club for 9go3. Play will
begin today at a o'clock p. im., and con
tinue at the participants' convenience until
decided. The members were requested to
send their names to Dr. Burdett O'Connor,
t'ennsylvania block, not later than noon.
'The entrance is free, and there will be a
suitm;ble prize donated to the winner by
the cluhm.
rTHn COPPrR CilI
ANACONDA, MONT.
. MEN'S FINE
Ffurnishings
NEW
Neckwear .
TODAY and tonight we make a special
display of Men's Fine Neckwear--all the
new four-in-hands, an unmatchable variety
of patterns to select from and made from
the very choicest silks--no better quality
shown.
They are actual $1.00 values anywhere in 75
the state-we have marked them................. 7
MEN'S SILK LINED REINDEER GLOVES
A very special opportunity enables us to offer as dozen of Men's Silk Lined
Reindeer Gloves, every pair guaranteed, at a discount of 33 per cent. A full
range of sizes; $a.a5 values at......:. ......................................
$1.80
MEN'S NEW PALL SHIRTS
We are now shnwing all the new effects in Men's Fall Shirts, both stiff and
soft bosoms; cuffs detached or attached, all from the country's best makes,
"Manhattan," "Savoy" and "Eclipse." The styles this season are most striking,
and in the lot there are no less than 64 different patterns shown The prices are.
$1.50, $2.00 and $2.80
FINE UNDERWEAR FOR MEN
All that is good in men's under" ear is here for your
approval this season. We are selling agents for the
American Hosiery Company's Celebrated Sanitary
Wool Underwear and Peter Wright's Imported
English Cashmere Underwear, undoubtedly the two
best lines on the American market today. Also for the
Dunham Hosiery Co.'s Silk and Wool Underwear,
of which we carry three different weights and qualities
and in a variety of colors.
We wish to call attention to the fact that we sell those Lines of Underwear at
prices as low or lower than any other store in the United States. Priced at....
$3.80 and $4.80
MAIROARET THI-IATRE
SATURDAY ,EVENINO OCT. 31
5 montlhs in Boston! W Savage MOST BRILLIANTI
5 month in New York! MOST TUNEFULI
S months in Chicagol ANNOUNCES MosT' ro'ULARI
The Merriest Musical Comedy Success
PRINCE
OF PILSEN
By fRANK PIXLEY and OUSTAV LUDERS, Authors of "KING DODO"'
Metropolitan Cast! Capital Chorus! Opera Orchestral
This Pre-Eminent Cast:
JESS DANDY TRIXIB PRIGANZA
ARTHUR DONALDSON RUTH PBBE LBS
NitK LONG RLMYRA PORRBST
WRLTBR QLIPPORD IDRLBNB UOTTON
HENRY TRYLOR RDR ST. RLBRNS
A STUNNING ARRAY Of GORGEOUS GOWNS
Prices, 50sc, 75c, $I.00, $1.50, $2.00
Sale begins 'Wednesday, October a8. Free List Entirely Suspended.
Butte, Anaconda & Pacific Ry. Co.
Passenger Time Table, Sept. 23, 190o3.
WESTDOUND. EASTBOUND.
Loeal Leave Arrive Local Leave Arrive
Trains. Butte. Anaconda. Trains. Anaconda. Butte,
No. s--B., A. & P......so:oo .m. rso:5a.m. No. s-B.. A. & P....... Sq.oa.m. p:aS am..
No. i-B,, A. & P....... o5 p.m. a:oo p.m. No. 4-B., A. & P.......u s5.m, a :jo p.m.
No. 5--B., A. & P ....... :oop.m. s:S p.m. No. 6-B., A. & P...,... :ao p.m. 4t35 p.m.
No. 7-B., A. & P.......so:45 p.m. :' :4o p.m. No. &-B., A. & P.......6:35 p.m. ISo p.lm.
To make connections with Northern Pal'io Railway Westbound trains at Durant leave
Anaconda at as:35 a. m., l:so and 6:35 p. m.
To snake connection with Great Northern Railway at Butte leave Anaconda at 6:3s p.m.
To make connection with O. 5. L. Railway at Sliver Bow leave Anaconda at 3:aso p. m.
Tickets on sale at city ticket office (Great Northern Railway), as Main streat, Uutte, and
at passenger station, B., A. & P. Railway,
IN MILES CITY TRIAL
Miles City, Oct. 24.-Arguments were
presented to the jury today in the trial
of Mrs. Brown for the murder of Ranch
man Standifer, and the case will probably
be submitted to the la men during the
afternoon. The testimony of the accused,
who is the divorced wife of the dead
man, proved rather sensational when she
gave as her reasons for securing a divorce
from him the discovery that he was in
timate with her own sister.
Reduced rates on piano tuning and re
pairing. Orton Bros., alr North Main,
JUST "TO MENTION IN PASSING"
Cram's Atlas of the World, iso3 edition, with
thandsome up.to.date map of Montana, is given
free to Inter Mountain subscribers who pay
$7.s5 for one year in advance, The special 500.
vote coupon is also included,
Tile Daly Bank and Trust
Company of Anaconda
Anaoonda, Montana.
General banking in all branches, Sell
exchannes on New York Chicago, St.
.Paul, Omaha, San Franelsco etc., and
draw direct on the princial cities of
England, France, Ireland, Germany and
the Orient. Deposite from $I.so and
upward received
Correspondents
National Cit bank, New York; First
National bank Chicao; First Nationll
bank St. Paul; Omaha National bank,
Omaha; sank of California, San Fran.
sisco,
John R. Toole, president LM . ,
Greenwood, vice president; Louis V.
Bennett, cashier F. C. Norb,
sistant cashier.

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