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INTER MOUNTAIN'S SMELTER CITY NEWS
Office 109 Main St, Anaconda-Telephlone 69--Advertising and Job Printing Rates Furnished on Applcation ONE-TWELFTH OF POPULATION GONE RAILWAY STATISTICS SHOW THAT ANACONDA IS DECREASING AT ALARMING RATE. FATHERS OF FAMILIES GOING .Many Single Men Have Left, but a Large Proportion Are Men Who Must Find Food for Dependents. SPECIAL TO 'tIF. INTEI4 MOt'NTAIN. A laconda, Nov. 7.--According to the of ficials of the Butte, Anaconda & Pacific railway about one-twelfth of the population of Anaconda has left Anaconda during the past to days. The receipts of the local ticket office indicate that more than t,noo persons have purchased tickets out of the city. Every train going from Anaconda has carried a quota of this number and the end is inot yet. apparently. Of those who have secttred tickets from Anaconda the large majority are work ingmen, the bread-carners of families. It Is true that many were single men with no one to care for but themlselves, yet of those who lhate shaken the dust of the city from their feet many heads of fa;l ilies have gone to seek emlloytent. At the present rate it would take hit a little tnmore than two months for the tnt tire population of the great Smelter City to leave this section of the state. Within the relmaining months of this year, the city that the late Marcus IDaly made into a prosperous industrial center, would lie but the bare ruins of its present self. Within that time every laborer, every street car man, every city and countly etnmploye and every churchl and laymanlt will have gone from famous Antacondla should the preselt exodus conttinute. It is hardly likely that all of the resi dents will desert, but the conditionts are alarming at best. BREACH OF PROMISE MISS BARBARA DECKER SUES BEN JAMIN DANIELS FOR ALLEGED FAILURE TO MARRY HER. sPrL('IAI. To Till INTER S otI'NTAIN. Anaconda, Nov. 7.--For alleged fa.ilure to keep his agreement to marry Mips Ilar bara Decker, lhenjamuin Daniels has a $25,000 breach of promi..e suit to facte. According to the comllaint tiled in the district court, l)ucker agreed to marry the plaintiff during the aultumn of last year. She says she remtaintd single and gelner ally planned'l for the clo.t' ing cvt t. The ,Ifelndatit iiidl it keep his part of the aigrecment and she fears he dotes not intent1 to do so. 13.shides asking julgmient, the plaintiff aok: for an injunction to re strain I)c'ker fr,,m tr ,fevrrining or ithelr wise dil f;,ing of about $3')0,0,o or $S.(o4,,,o worth of nIiniig stoik in a Onpa;ny opi ratinlg at I ia tl s. If you have a had col, you .d ,l a ghad reliable medicine like Chanb..tllain;'s Cough Remedy to ltosn n and relieve it, and to allay the irritation and inflammaltiol of the throat and ligs. The soothing and healing prpl rtit l ,of this reuidy and the quick cures shich it clfects make it a favorite everywhere. For sale by Pax son & Rockefeller. Newblro 1)ntug Co., Christie & l.rys, Newtoi tIr s. JUST "TO MENTION IN PASSING" Cranm' Atlas of the W\orhl, o913 edition, with handsome up to-date map of Monta'na, is given free to itter MltMuntain subscl.ril,ers who pay $7.5o fur ots year in i'ladvance. The special goo vote cuupl n li,- alo included. SMALL BOYS ALLOWED TO GO Hammond and Ryan Could Account for the Tobacco They Had. SI''t Ti.AL TO 'IT INT K lOt'tNTAIN,. Anaconda, Nov. 7.--Johnson Inlmmond and Philip Ryan, the two buys arrested on susplicion of hlvilng stolen somlne tobacco, were released, as they offered a reason able explanationt for havitng the chnl modity in their possession. They said that another boy, by the name of Ray Frowman, who had intended camp ing on the Georgetown flats but had changed his mind, left with them a supply of tobacco he had laid in. fThe explanation suited the officers and the boys were liberated, To look well your blood must be pure to give your complexion that peculiar fresh ness which can only be obtained when your system is in good work ing order. Beecham's Pills will put you in condition. To feel well you onust be well. Your digestive organs must be doing their work properly. Beecham's Pills act like oil on machinery, and will give you the snap and vigor that only comes with perfect health. To keep well every organ must be doing its duty stomach, liver and kidneys must each be in thorough working order. If you are not as well as you ought to be Take a small dose of BEECHAM'S PILLS They will set you right. Sold Everywhere 10 Cents and so oents HE IS SORRY THEY I00 NOT FINE HIM DEFENDANT IN SLOT MACHINE CASE HAS TO PAY OUT FOUR TIMES THE AMOUNT OF FINES. GAVE A DINNER TO COUNSEL Understood Feed Was to Be Fee, but Now He Learns That the Fee Must Be Paid Also Just the Same. iiI: IAL. To Till: INii: MOI 'NTAIN. Anacoinda, Nov. 7.-- And now he's awful sorry he didn't ,ay his liic. But then he's had the experience. The character in the sketch of the yarn tIll in SinithI's drig store this morning has more than once put up his share of the gate receipts. In fact, ofttimcn he has paid for the whole show, but that is neither here nor there. The occasion for his anti-bronto seltzer fe li jg today was has acquittal in a court of Justice of two charges, either one of which, if proven, would have been seri ous etlnough to send himl up for 9io days or cosit htim half a thousand in fines. It was init blecatuse he W:aslt acquitted that hie feils so thoroughly putt out, but because' the acquittal cost him so lllmany dollars in cish. Fatal Friends. Thiis same well known man was in a peek of troubile previous to tile time of the trial hI cause his attorney was out of the city. lie felt that hlie ought to be de fcldieil in the actions, not so much be ;cale of the cst. , but becantse of the print cille of "guilty" or "noit guilty." \\'lten the case cam;e on for a hearing there were at least two friends of the ac cused main within the walls of the hall of justice. ('ity Attorney Sawyer insisted that the detfendant have outlnsel, anid "counsel" lie had. One of the "friends" steppedl for ward and was etll redl of record for the defendant. 'IThe defendant looked worried, for never had this pIarticular friend of the blondle hue, nor his friend of the blue eyes and the dark hair, sprinkled with grey, mixed in affairs ill which he was interested, that this satle worried defend alnt didn't coimie ctit second lhest. Conllseiqulently the vlllluntary service oni the patrt of tihe friend was nut inll the least appreciateld. T'he trial of Iti(,h causes resulted in an acquittal of the dcefndlant, who really failed to sllhow his Ipleasure at the sutc cessfil termination of the suit- . His countena'liei' shlwed clearly that he was worried. After hurrying uptown he requcstiid his partner in business to ascertain, if plssille, just what the self appoilted attorney wubtll ask as his fee. 'The acquitId dIefcntant statc that lie wouldd Ie awful glad to get off for $50. That otch lihe tirned over to his part ntr to pay the fee. The imoney, however, was refused politely but firmly by the "couinsel," whoi sent back word that a little dinnuter at the Monltatna woul. l suffice for the trouble. Had a Good Appetite. "It', cging t ce a ic,l:t 1 onel," re mcarked the acq uitted main, cc.. lhi partnter Inicde the report. jAt that diclnner there were only foulr the dcefncdanlt, his "colcn.cl," his "couc sel'." fricnil and a tcmutual friend of the trio; one wl'ho.e appetite proved to be well up withl the "counsel" and the friend. \'hentlt the waiter gave attentim land all three of the guests ordcrcd telch a the sandw'iches the defendantt felt relieved. lIe sighed and mIttered to himself : "I thought it wouild Ice notcling short of wine, anyway." And that was where he guessed aright, for without rcg:ld to form or to the pre vailing custom ocf the day the "counsel," turning to the waiter, with the ease of the star character in a dream, chippered:: c"Four small hits ; in a hurry, please." Six rounds of "four bhts" cach tinished the wine list; meantime eight cigars, call ing for 5o cents each, were smoked, and the "counsel," feeling his oats, gave a five-dollar bill, the remainder of the $70 the defendant had put up, to the bowing caterer for his services. Fines Were Lighter. The defendant felt a little relief when he finally was out of the cafe, for he con cluded that his "fee" had been paid. Yesterday the "counsel" called, lie was wearing a bright new suit, silk lined and trim a dan dandy. "The bill has been mailed to you, dear client. It's a mere trifle, you know-only $75," said .the "counsel." After an examination of the police records the defendant ascertained this morning that within the history of the city no one guilty of the otffenses for which he was being tried-that of cont ducting slot nmachines-has paid a heavier fine than $20, Twice $20 mtakes $40. That would be the total cost without a sign of a defense. With an alleged de fense and the acquittal went along a fee of $150o. Thus the defendant feels that he has again ended second best, and that he would be faring better by far if he had no friends. M'CALLUMS GIVE A DINNER SPiEcCIAL TO iatit INTER MOUNTAIN, Anaconda, Nov. 7.-At the Montana ho tel on Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. A. C. MacCallum gave a dinner party for a few of their friends. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. MacCallum, Mr. and Mrs. George B. Winston, Dr. and Mrs. F. L. St. Jean, Dr. and Mrs. D. J. McDonald. The dinner was had in the private dining apartments at the hotel, which were pret tily decorated for the occasion. AN ENDORSEMENT I utte, Maont., October 24, o903. Inter Mountain Publishing Lo., City: Gentlemen--We have carefully examined Cram's Popular Family Atlas and find it reli able and up-to-date in every particular. Very respectfully, Rice & Fulton, Butte Business College,. Your friend at the othet 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 en excellent line of the best made with the reel delicate monograms to match at the Inter Mountain oeMce. Dnrtoa. block, Anacondal BELIEYE GOVERNOR SHOULD TALK NOW PEOPLE OF ANACONDA CHAFE AT DELAY AND BLAME EXECUTIVE FOR HIS INDECISION. SI'E(..A. TO TiHE INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, Nov. 7.-There is some dis position on the part of a number of the local people who have worked earnestly in anefflort to present to the governor emphatic petitions for the calling of a special session of the legislature to take up the matter once more and to put Into the petition the words and language more certain in their meaning and which might carry more weight with the state's chief executive. There seems to be a great deal of dis satisfaction in Anaconda because of the uncertainty of the governor's intention. It was concluded here some days ago that by this time the governor would not only give out his idea, hut that he would at once re lieve the situation by calling the extra ses sion of the legislature. It has been argued that it is unnecessary for every section of the state to send in petitions for an extra session in order to receive recognition from the governor on the matter, for the simple reason that the present state of afTairs in the industrial condition in Butte, Great Falls and Ana conda not only affect the entire state, but put the commonwealth of Montana in the worst predicament it has experienced since the initial opelning of its great treas ure vaults. In Anaconda the people feel that it is not neces ry for the entire state to rise up in arms in order to convitnce the governor that another session of the legislature is required. They feel here that the chief executive of tile state ought to see at a glance the needs of the people for relitf. SCHOOL BOARO MEETS BOYS AND GIRLS ASK PERMISSION TO ENGAGE IN GYMNASTICS AT HIGH SCHOOL. SPI'It'tAt T TO Till INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, Nov. 7.--The average daily altendance in the city schools last month was ,52.4, an increase of 72 over the plrcviotls mtOlth. ' here were few cases of tardiness. lhese ltmatters were brought out in the report of City Superinltendent Dale, which was presented to the school board last cvenilng at a special session. The board allowed bills amounting to A nullcter of the pupils of the high school, headed by Miss Marie A. David son, waited uponl the loard and asked thlat two of the tupstairs roomts of the ('entral schoiol uilmling be turned over to themt for gymnasiumttt putrlposes. It was decided to allow the boys the rooms two nIlghts int the week, tcunder the direction of P'rofcssor Rowe, and the girls two nights in a week, undetlr the direction of Miss lBaker. ANACONDA BRIEFS A. D. T. ntestengir -prompt, reliable. The \\'est Stide Whist club met with J. 1'. T1'IhiItIs at 31\' Wist Plark street, dluring the week. II. It. Itinrg won the first prize for the genlntie11, whih' F. l. Jacihy got the second prize. Mr-. ). Shovhin and Mr,. J. It. 'l'ucker ,riered tihe firct and second prizes for the latihs r, e.- tivl.y. Mrs. C..\ A. Meyer won the cons~ .aulion ptrie. tCaling cards, monograms arid statinnery, the finest to be had at the Imost reasonable prices. The Inter Mountain office. Durston block, nix t to nI,stoflice. Mlr*. C. F. 'Currle gave a party ,on 'Thursday to tlh ladies if the Aiid Suciety of the Chris tian church. Aklx Butrnett is at Georgetown to bag a few ducks. Irs. Janlmes E. Keyes of Ilutte has been vis* iting frinl s ill Anaconda. (;erge Ii. Wellcotime is back from his Ilg lhile ranch. For first class printing, bookbinding or steel die work at reasonable prices call at the Inter Mountain office, Main street, next to the post. office. IE. I). Neal, grand lecturer of the Masonic graind lodge of Montana, paid an official visit to Anaconda chapter, No. 16, and Acacia lodge, No. 33. lie exemplified tile work for the lmemblers here. There was a well attended banquet in the hall afterwards, at which G. S. K,. Wisner was tnastmaster. Speeches were made by Rev. It. E. D)ibbins, Rev. Dr. Gwynne, G. S. E. W\isner, E. D. Neal and others. The Apicius club had a banquet for its mem bers on Monday evening. George P'. Hunter acted as toastmaster. Thle young men said their farewells to the clubhouse on that occa ion,. Mrs. J. II. W\ein and daughter and Miss Wein are visiting Mrs. Wein's parents in Helena. 'Tihe friends of T. P. Stewart gave a party In honor of his Iirthday at the residence of J. H. Strain at 51a Oak street, during the week. 'Those present were Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Han hey; JMesrs, and Mesdames D. R. Mctae, E. C. King, C. Otis, Ira Gnose, F. I.. Gorr, E. K. Lyman and the Misses English, Lowery, Prof. ta. C. Crawford, Walter King and Eugene Kunkel. Colonel Campbell is in the city from Butte on business," J. H. Strain is in Great Falls on business. GROWING LENGTHWISE You want the children to grow, but not all lengthwise. When they start that way Scott's Emulsion will help them to grow right--with .due plumpness and outward proportion, and with inward vigor and good spirits. The Emulsion increases digestive power and strength ens the vital organs to get the best and make the most out of all the other food. It gives a kind of help that every,. growing child ought to have. We'll send you a sample free upono rqusrt,. SCOTT I BOWNE, 409 Pearl Street, Nw York, "Rejected on Account of Bright's Disease." .-Wrote the Agent of the Mutual Life Insurance Company. "You Have Less than a Year to Live." -Stated the Ablest Medical Authorities. "SAfr CURE BROUGHT HEALTH AND Life INSURANCE." -Says C. W. Hopkins,*of San Francisco. To all appearance Mr. C. W. W Hopkins was are the soonest attacked by disease. They are urine after it has stood for twenty.four hours, enjoying perfect health when he came up for apt to become clogged at any time. if it is at all cloudy, or if particles float about life insurance examination. A prominent Nature' Warnng lfa s iaa. In it, your kidneys are diseased and utterly figure in the tobacco industry of the country, Natures Warning o idney Disease unable to do their work. There is not a general Western agent of large manufacturers, But Nature' gives certain signs of the pres. moment to lose. You should at once com* MIr. Hfopklins is perhaps the best known ence of kidney trouble: mence taking Safe Cure, the only complete, tobacco man in the West. Ile applied for a If there is a reddish.brown sediment in your safe and permanent cure for Bright's disease, policy of $ro,ooo in the Mutual Life Insurance gravel, uric acid poison, diabetes, rheumatism, Company of New York, confident that it eczema, jaundice, gout, dropsy, swellings, back. would be issued to him, ache and all diseases of the kidneys, bladder, lie first learned that he had kidney trouble liver and blood. when the agent of the company wrote him that WARNER'S SAFE CURE lie was rejected on account of Itright's disease. It came like a thunder clap out of a clear sky. I Life Insurance "I Iriglht's diseasel" he said; "why I never It not only prolongs life but preserves even dreamed I had kidney trouble. There health. were no signs of it and yet here I am In the It is purely vegetable and contains no harm. very worst stage. It has simply crept on, ful drugs. This is why doctors prescribe it, saturating my whole system with its deadly and hospitals use it exclusively. It .s free from p"iisn, wholly unknown to me." sediment and pleasant to take. It is a most Though Mr. Hopkins sought relief instantly, valuable, and effective tonic; stimulates diges. consulting the best medical authorities, he tion, and awakens the torpid liver. grew rapidly worse and was finally given up to Safe Cure repairs the tissues, soothes inflam. di. A frienl suggested that lie take Warners motion and irritation, tonesup and heals he Safe Cure and nothing else a enfeebled organs, builds up the body, gives it After using it through several months Mr. strength and restores energy. elopkins was testored to perfect health and Thousands of men and women are refused Ne insurance every week, 90 per cent of them be. Insurance Company, which had previously re cause of kidney trouble. If you have ever jected him. been rejected by any insurance company do as IN Ills LETTERI lie SANS.: Mr. iHopkins did, take Safe Cure, and then go "Ii 19i4 I was rfuised a policy in the Mlu back again to the company for examination ttnl l.ife Insurance ('ompany of New York, and you will get your policy. But do it now. on account of kidney trouble which soon after Don't wait, as Mr. Hopkins did, until he had ibecame sn severe that I was compelled to take thrown away a small fortune on worthless to my bed. I employed the best doctors, who medicine and treatment. SAFE CURE IS linagnosed my trouble as a case of Ilright's R ABSOLUTELY TIIE ONLY COMPLETE, ditse.se andt pronounced it incurable, giving bAFE AND PERMANENT CURE FOR me but one year to live. My sufferings were ALL DISEASES OF KIDNEYS, LIVER, terrible and reduced me almost to a skeleton.' BLADDER AND BLOOD. Has stpod the After spending over $:,3oo in vain attempts to test of so years, find relief I was urged to try Warner's Safe (are.r Incredulous, bit on the principle that You can buy Safe Cure at any drug store, drowning men clutch at straws, I did so, and or direct. was sur.prised and rejoiced to find that it was .ANAYSIS PRgp If you have the slight working a radical cure, which has long since AMOUNT $ " est doubt as to the been erffected. SAFE CURE brought health development of the disease in your system, and life insurance to me. Today I carry a send a sample of your urine to the medical policy in the Mutual Life Insurance Company ON THE LIFE OP department, Warner's Safe Cure Co., Roches and consider myself as healthy a man as is to ter, N. Y., and our doctors will analyze it and be found in tihis particularly healthy country." send you a report with advice and an interest. -C. W. IIOPKINS, General Western Agent " Ing medical booklet, free of charge. S. F. lIess & Co., 4us Battery Street, San Francisco. Beware of so-called Kidney Cures 'rThousands of men and women have kidney which are full of sediment and of bad dinse an never know it until the danger odor--they are positively harmful and point has been reached. They go on dying TERM OF LI PC Edo t re by inches until the sudden collapse comes. do not cure. The kidneys are the weakest organs of the body yet they have the moat work to do. They t WARNER'S SAFE PILLS move the bowels are the waste gates of the human system and gently and aid a speedy cure. MONTANA DRUG COMPANY STATE DISTRIBUTING AGENTS LATE BUTTE SOCIETY Afternoon With Euchre. Mrs. William E. Cullen of Spokane was the honor guest at an afternoon euchre today in the home of her daughter, Mrs. II. O. Wilson in North Montana street. Those invited to meet the honor guest included Mrs,--M' WV. Dixon, LMrs. John Nayes, Mrs. H. I. Wilson, Mrs. Mary Mac (;iiniss, Mrs. Tom Noyes, Mrs.-A. P. IIcinze, Mrs. Tol'.,Lavelle, Mrs. C. F. l.loyd, Mrs. Waltdr' Lewis, Mrs. J. R. Richards, Mrs, Fayette larrington, Mrs. W. McC. \Vhite, Mrs. J. V. Long, Mrs. John Ilarris, Mrs. Mendenhall, Mrs. Don ald Campbell, Mrs. J. W. Forbis, Mrs. F. W. McCrimmon, Mrs. J. J. MlcHatton, Mrs. A. J. Shores, Mirs. Ben Calkins, Mrs. Mary Sharpe, Mrs. Eutgene Carroll, Mrs. If. Kunkle, Mrs. J. M. White, Mrs. Cor ner, Mrs. James Finken, Madame \Vinchell, Mrs. \Weimescary, Mrs. Metzel, Mrs. Fred Holbrook. Mrs. A. J. Davis, Mrs. Chris Turner, Mrs. J. E. Davis, Mrs. James Illldgens. Mrs. 1). J. Hlennessy, Mrs. J. R. Ryan, Mrs. Pyle, Mrs. J. Pyle, Mrs. T. M. Ilodgens, Mrs. J. W. Cotter, Mrs. B. H. DI)udhee, Mrs. John Forbis, Mrs. Sam -M. Johnstone, Mrs. J. II. Vivian, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. l.eavitt, Mrs. J. I.. T'emplcman, Mrs. W. L,. Renick, Mrs. Margaret Cunning ham, Mrs. E. RIt. Weirick. Mrs. A. T. Mor gun, Mrs. Ada Epping, Mrs. J. K. Hesklet, Mrs. J. II. Kremer, Mrs. Mary BIIchl, Mrs. J. 13. Roote, Mrs. C. F. Kelley, Mrs. M. L. Lowry, Mrs. John C. Adams, Mrs. Harry Turner, .Miss MacGinniss, Miss Goodale. The hostes was aided in entertaining the guests by Miss Alice Lowry, Miss MoI1 lie Walker, Miss Nel Lloyd and Miss Annie I.owry. The refreshments were de licious and the prizes beautiful bits of bric-a-brac. Birthday Party Eunice Collins and Ralph Reese were the hosts at a little birthday party in their home in West Granite street last night. Among those who came to offer congratu lations were: Ida Blye, Bertha Ide, Frances Welden, Olga Ide, Nellie Gray, Carrie Fagan, Charlotte Collins, Olive Col lins, Jack Gray, Gordon Gray, Joseph Gill, Arthur Gray, Thomas Gill, Willie Gill, Clarence Rehferd, Charlie Rehferd, Ray Hughes, George Grifliths, John Griffiths, Arthur Ide, Willie Collins, Ben Ferris, Dan Johnson, John Fagan, Edgar Collins, and Herbert O'Neal. Mrs. Collins was assisted by Mrs, Will O'Neal, Mrs. James Collins, Miss Collins, Mr. Reese, Mr. Manghan and Mr. South ern. Refreshments were enjoyed by the little guests and the evening was passed in games and music. Arthur Ide won first prize and Ray Hughes won second prize. Surprise Party. Mr. Thomas Truscott was the recipient of a pleasant surprise last night in his home, 730 East Galena street, A num ber of his young friends came to offer' greetings and to spend the evening in games and music. Among the guests were: Misses Ruby Moyle, Pearl Moyle, Clara Lee, Jennie Polglaze, Beeda Bartlett, Win nie Tretheway, Florence Newt, Jennie Doer, and Messrs. William Rundle, S. E. Williams, Will Meagher, Thomas Dunstan, Perry Berryman, John Cochrane, William Young, Marshall Richards, James Dobb, A. C. Chynoweth, S. J. Perry, Ben 'Moyle, Thomas Perry, Earl Perry, Sam Pierce, Charles Pierce, Sr., Thomas Trus cott, J. L. Tiddy and Charles Pierce, Jr. with Mrs. James Dobb, Mrs. Ben Moore, Mrs. William Young and Mrs. A. Perry, Refreshments were served at a late hour and the evening passed all too quickly for the young folks and their chaperons. Notes. Margaret Hennessy, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Hennessy, who has been quite ill during the past several days, is recovering rapidly and will be out in a day or two. Thomas Lane Located. Helena, Nov. y.--Thomas Lane, the Min neapolis traveling man who disappeared in rather a strange manner, was located here in another hotel suffering from an illness and is reported to be recovering all right. A COMPLETE STOCK Guns, Rifles and Ammunition Your Patronage Solicited. Hardware Anaconda copper Department Mining eo. Butte, Montana Butte, Anaconda & Pacific Ry. Co. Passenger Time Table, Nov. I, too3. WESTBOUND. EASTBOUND. Local Leave Arrive Local Leave Arrive Trains. Butte. Anaconda. Trains, Anaconda. Butte. No. --B., A. & P....... 7:00 a.m. 7:55 a.m. No. a-B., A. & P....... 8:45 a.m. 9:4o a.m. No. 3-B., A. & P....... s:o5 p.m. a:oo p.m. No. 4-B., A. & P.......11:35 a.m. 1s:3o p.m. No. 5-B., A. & P....... 5:0o p.m. 5:55 p.m. No. 6-B., A. & P...... 3:aop.m. 4:15 p.m. No. 7--1., A. & P....... 8:05 p.m. 9:oo0 p.m. No. 8-B., A. & P....... 6:35 p.m. 7:30 p.m. To make connection with Northern Pacific Railway Westbound trains at Durant, leave Anaconda at 3s:35 a. m., 3:jo and 6:35 p. m. To make connection with Great Northern Rail. way trains at Butte, leave Anaconda at 6:35 p. m. To make connection with Oregon Short Line Railway at Silver Bow, leave Anaconda at 3:20o p. m. Tickets on sale at City Ticket Office (;reat Northern Railway), 4! Main street, Butte, a end at passenger station of the Butte, Anaconda & Pacific Railway. CHILDREN SHOULD HAVE SOME COIN NEW YORK JUSTICE SAYS JUVENILE CRIME WOULD BE LESS PREVA LENT IF THEY HAD. LACK OF MONEY HAS RESULTS Every Boy and Girl Wants Candy and if He or She Has No Money, He and She May Steal the Candy. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. New York, Nov. 7.-In a statement covering the first year's work here of the new court for juvenile offenders, Justice Julius M. Mayer of the court of special sessions asserts that the failure of the parents to supply their children with spending money is one of the principal causes of crime among the boys and girls of New York city. Lack of knowledge of the first principle of civics, he says, is another reason for innocent offenses of mischievous children, "In many cases," the Justice declares, "the parents are respectable, hard working people, and the children had good school records; but the difficulty is that they have no money to spend, so that their desire to have what other children have -candy and the like-cannot be gratified. It may seem a little thing, but I firmly believe that many a child would be saved from the initial wrong step if the parent would make him a small allowance, even two or three cents a week. "In the eases where such a course is pursued, the child usually becomes a sort of little business man, husbanding his re sources and willing to spend no more than his allowance." Daly Bank & Trust Co. of Anaconda, Mont. General banking in all branches. Sell exchanges on New York, Chi cago, St. Paul, Omaha, San Fran cisco, eto., and draw direct on the principal cities of England, France, Ireland, Germany and the Orient. Deposits from $1 upward received. CORRESPONDENTS National City bank, New York; First National bank, Chicago; First National bank, St. Paul; Omaha Na tional bank, Omaha; Bank of Cali fornia, San Franoiso. JOHN R. TOOLE - - - President M. B. GREENWOOD - Vice President LOUIS V. BENNETT - - - Cashier F. C,. NORBECK --- Asst. Cashier SAMUEL HENDRICKSON -WAS NOT A POOR MAN Chinook Suicide Was Well Fixed at the Time He Took His Life--Despond ent Over Trouble in Chicago. Chinook, Nov. 7.-Subsequent investi gation into the death of Samuel Iltndrick son, who committed suicide in a fit of de spondency here, developed that, he was fairly well-to-do at the time he took his life. A certificate of deposit for $z,280.o87 was found upon his person, as well as nearly $300oo in cash. Although well fixed, he appears to have led the life of a miser. He lived alone in a cabin and did his.own cooking. He had been acting queerly ever since an experience he recently had in Chicigo, when after selling some cattle he was drugged and robbed of the proceeds., The public administrator has taken charge of his sfoperty pending hearing from his relatives, supposed to be in Sweden.