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Office 109 F. Park Ave-Telephone 69. IS SEEKINC A DIVORCE NETTlE LEVICK AGAINST JOHN LEVICK IS UP BEFORE JUDGE NAPTON. SPECtIAL. TO TlE ITl'in MI)I'NTAIN'. Anaconda, Dec, 4.--Judge Napton had qome amusement this morningl in his court, though the jurist did not apparently feel the humor in the situation. 'The case of Nrettie Levick against John l.evick up on divorce proceedings was called for hear ing. Attorneys \\'Winston iand MtcCaftery represented the defendant, while Attor neys Trippet and Dtffy were in court to act in behalf of the plaintill f when the oc casion arose. There seemed to he some agreenient hb tween the parties tI tlhe actionl wtherecby the divorce woutld be gralnted anid a divi sion made of the proplrty owned iy the two. Owing to a non appeartanice of rec ord in the actiotn by the defendant default was entered in the case andic Judge NapLton wvas shout to grant the divorce whetn J1ohn1 Levick, the defendant, stepped c pti to the court alnd imadle a strentuottus prclt st agaiinst the divorce hcinig granted. llis attorneys had entered inio oulrt withl an agreement, yet John cohuld not se the bonds of matrimony broken iand ihe quickly pitt ill a protest to the court. Judge Naplto at once set airide the di' fatult and ordered the attorneys for hth aides to appear later for trial. Froim the standpoint of the attorneys t'.e actlin has proved to be a miust interesting ;a:I novel, one. SECRET ORDERS ARE ELECTING OFFICERS SI'tIItAL TO '1ill' IN'l illt S tii Ni. iI . Anaiacondalll , Ite. 4. tIc % ll Anac.lrnllcl a scr'et societies elected oflicers tlat night, SinlcrCi v Tent. No. .1. Knightsl o the lMactitceIJes, chio.e the following: W. .1t. Kelly, etmmander; iJam r l.cun, lieutenanlt rc mt.iander; Frank A. I. Kloi,e record t ant finalcc ke'per: ' htal ;s F. I'er' reault, chal laiuin; F. I.. St. Jean, physiciain; (;eorge It. L.ynn, sergmeant; .Joseph Foiler,ir mnaster at arms; 1). J. Sullivani, lirnt M. of the (;.; 1taniel ..lc('atllhy, seconld M,. of the I;.; James Finnegani, sentinel; (harles l laii, picket; (harl.s tUtckces, tIrlutec for Itice years. ('amp No. it. V ii, itiidmen of the \\orlt, elected the fIoli, illg'n flit rs:: John 'C. 'l'ocker, consul colllln ianiter; i(itu IL. Dlraper, nad iser liictiaint; tircge I.., \\''alkitp. clerk; \Wtlliacc \I. Ilayes, li lker; iteorre Iloyce, escort; lRichard luile, scatch ;i c ;Ji liter C. MtclBride, sientry; Itoward K. Illayes, J.cp ih DIe antd J, II. ilciluosh, llanalger'; 1. J. iMcKenlizie iand W. 11i . IEnglish, physiicians.i TO HEAR CHARGES IN CASE OF ALEX ALLEN "il'I(IA, T(O TiltE INII. crt it' NTAIN. Anacondila, lice. 4.-Jiustice of th e IIae '. C. 31clligh will have a hiearlig this clternlllin on the charges of disturbing the peace anil generally iakinig Micic .ielt c xit i cio , pire.ltr'd against Aies Allen, a half breed wodcchtopper. John lt llitiir, a Irencti half breed wood choppler, iprefccred the lchairgc e. lie clillull Aillen (iciamie to liis cbin during ithe iiiuit *i.acompaniciel by ancc;icr ciwoodcilhllllper. 'lSI iy raiscl the dickens about his pIlace very lcii.h to his anniolyance an lie iill~c Ili t\oC i and laid the nilatter before the c.,nltlly attorney, who sworie out a warrant for .\tciAlic niirc rt. Sheriff Storrar went to the ltaer's cabode iciht arretled him yesterdacy afteirnloioii. OUTLOOK FOR GRIMM WOODS BOUT IS GOOD Anaconda. Dec. 4.-Ilt lC.rs ait pretncct as thouigh the mill bletwceen' JO c G(rilllll, the ]'hiladelphia dlgo, alld Billy Wioolds will take place ill Alnaconlda oii the 2.:id of the present miith wili ithout a hitch. The two lcmen are comiiing fro ll either end of the country to imake the boiut. It seccems that they ought toi pill ut a lively and interesting go, and one that will give genelral satisfactionl. The conltest is to oc cur undelr the auspices of the Mount Ilag gin club during the eveninig upon which a compllete athletic program will be had. You may look forever but you won't find a sneater or more tasteful present for a holidiy gift than a box of the latest stationery with an exquisite mlonogram to matclh. Just such as you'll find at the Inter Mountain office, sop East Park avenue. Teleptllo:e 69. Rinlg uss up and we will call on you. Perfect beverage, light and delicate, invigorating and sustaining. ISKATES - * 0 SBarney & Berry - * Make * * * " Anaconda Coppers Mining Co. . Hardware Dept. Cor. Main and Quartz Sts., Butte """""""."""""""""""""""""" TO PLAYBASKETBALL PE('IAL '0 TIO lE INTErR MOI:UNTAIN. Anaconelda, IDec. 4. -Interest is It a whlite heat over the bin.ket ball game to be played tonight in Turner hall between the Butte high school miand the Ananclt da high school basket' ball tennis. The young ladies from the big miinlg canp will bhe royally entertainred dutr ing their visit in Anaconda. The visitors will he tmet at the depolt upon their arrival this aftertnoon and tiken to the FIotd block, wihere they will tie qiilartired. The gilone will be alled at S pt. tn. with the fIllowing lineup: Huttlt. ]'Poitin. Anaconmd. Anna Ii llhlt r .p......ceI ter.....Elic .~l rn-eder V\'ir I. idi i gell. .. rd.rd..... rie I iavidu. n Ilena (' ni ptnn ..l ... .loi wnrd , .... I.eta Thompsonfl I' Il I':i'er herg ...... guard..... I(arhael Jtohnso M rldge Ilany.......... g al .md. .. ... 1,In ,,dyn M artie Subll stlltl : Itllll F.ll y Ma kel, E.thrl ingr. Anll(lconda Eleanor |thlnnon, IlFrance Jone, uIlpiha taurl,iar. lAftel r the grn. i upper will he served in. the rlclplint rollm of lll Tunll r hall, 'T er N the lici, S itllfl . I ken,~ oln n Iarolley title atni Isho n lbouti th ie city. liltun tihey ill t ie taken girls N eil ,pare in, eif ,rl that win t m ake the slay of thei ai .itr'rs pla'ant. IN THE DISTRICT COURT 1lSl I 411 . 1 01 IA)t II. INIIiN- M IN -iI`1.. A. armida', , I'ter. 4. .hl dge ,apton sill Igo, to 'I islplh rg int' ll irlw to open c ulrt. titt"rial liri . I). ui Smri ul fiy s hei n uordered cunt It will hay wll to hive the terrr an x tinton by lob deputeeeetet h livr yorr ieetres l on ll kene ('ill tllty t li'rni'ts niter . rlhiher ai llelectfyrs ti ,llehy wiel Aille y for $.5. ANACONDA BRIEFS A. D l. T. messeng er-prompt, relir wble. 'Ihle rI"hls, (afe open's Saturday morning. your naura inkfs t with d. 7he best Park vene. .lo l n too eppri vek, form trly shmtriff f I)eer Lodge county, is in Alacolda o1 It will pay well to have the Inter . ountlar lob department give you figures on all kinds of work in printing, book-binding, rubber. stamps and steel dye work. toy East Park avenue. Telephone 69p. lac(t:r, dlu ( Iutier l Mercanitile cnmtpany will e11ll Iarry's $4.ilo lt ie shoes ' ihu~ E t day, Friday and baturrdhy for $.95. Your caling card is the mirror wherein your nature is reflected. The best are none too good nor too expensive, for they command respect. Inter Mountain Ullice, rag Last Park avenue. . elephune 6p. The Elite Cafe, Anaconl;'s het .ating house, opens Saturday morning. ('all once and you'll1 alway' crcle back. 117 East Valk alvenue. 'T'hImaI s Chambers, mantager. \he otpen for lui.neri Sadany morning.ll We'II serve tilhe best of ti erytlhin itf e lte money. The li .ite afe. REFORM ABUSE OF MAILS tOY A$i:;Ol' All.i PRI'SS. \\'asthington, Dec. 4.---Third Assistant IPostm-aster General Edward C. .ailhlcil, i In his annual report, says that the ref-orm of the abuses of the seconld-class tmailing privileges is moving steadily forward atid canit Iie completed inl two years. Upward of 3( pIublietions are still in \vlved in court Iproceedings on the ulles tinle of seconId-cliss, privileges, and 1on the re.ult of lthese cles a greal part of the I reform depeltis. Mlr. IiMadell expects tfhe court tIrocecd ings will ie ended witlhini the tnext few niftl hs. lhe recoiiiiieIl'ndo that 'iongres. coinsolidate th tIhird antl fourth classes of imail lmatter anild fix the rate oif Ipostage at I ceit for each two IounIICt's or fractiOll Ihereiof. IN HELENA LAND OFFICE h I'-l l 'IAt. 1iri I( ll IN'IC1 Mni1nl TAI N. I]e-letua. Iee'. t.--'-ll report of the fIel tint land oeflice for the monte h of Novellmber .shows that the rece'ipts for the moilllnth were $5.,11 37 as complared with $.1,6(5.70 for lhI .sa3le n18mih o11 f O at year. H. H. Taylor Is Dead. M 'FCIAL. le "1111: INI.1..I M I 'NIAIN. Miles City, D)c. I..- II. 11. Taylor. mn dersherilT of (Custer counuly under Sheriff Cato, foreman for the llaspknife f lttit, died at Ekalaka odlll (was Iurlied yesterday. Caroline Dittman Divorced. feleltut, Dec. 4.-Jttdge Clelments has granted ('aroline I)ittman it divorce from (;eorge 1)itttanl and given the custody of three children ;Ile alimony. SEEKS 1TO REDUCE APPORTIONMENTS BRAYTON THINKS SOUTH GETS TOO IMUCH IN THE REPUBLICAN NA TIONAL COMMITTEE. TO 'GIVE THE NORTH MORE McLeod of Montana Says He Will Not Be Able to Attend Meeting and Re fuses to Discuss Plan. I.y AiS l IAII D I t. 1 1.S. Providence, R. I., Dec. 4.-A plan under which the represntation in the republican national lconvenItilon from the South is to he reduced aild that of the North added to, is proposed by (Charles It. lirayton, a lltnlllller of he repllublicanll national conm Ilit(ee from ll hode Islwlnd and a party leader of this state. (icneral Ilration has sent a letter to each tmembner oif the national committee, aicotfpallield by a resolutioll which he will present at the meetinf g of that lholy on Dlecenl bcr II, rtconelfllling a chlallge in the pre.senl represtenlatioln in the national iconventionIl which would more lnearly rep. resent the repulllicall volting strength of the differellnt staltes. 'Ihe resolution provides that each state, territory and the Ili'trict of ('Ihul in he enllitlelld to four delegates aft lare andlllld otne for each soeo.n voteirs, or majority frac tion thereof, casting tlheir Illeots for the replllican electolrs in lthe precedinLg presi dentiial election. McLeod Cannot Go. SlI'lAt, 'IlII 't E INII.H MOI'N'rAIN. .Missula, Dec. 4.- llon. ('. II. Mcl.eod of Ihis city. repullic;m nationial committee man for Monilana, when shown the above dispatch by t'he Inlter .Mountain corre slondent today and asked for his opinion upon ;General Itrayton's plan. saild: "I have received no such letter, and therefore would nlt care to disclss its nmeris or demerits. T'o tell you the trulth, I anm not much of a politician, and I beg to lie excused from disclssing the plan ill the absence of defillite advices." Mr. Mcle.od said that on account of prcss of businless it would be impossible for himl to go to \\Washington to attend the meeting of the republican national com mfittee on l)ecember I f. lie hats, however, sentl his proxy to ChairIman llanna. lle left it blank, so that Mr. Ilanna can fill in the l:lnlle (If any person he desires to rep resenlt Monlltanla tll thle meeting. INDICTMENTS ARE IN FEDERAL COURT FINDS TRUE BILLS IN CASE OF AN INDIAN MUR DERER AND OTHERS. Sl't. IAI. 'In '1Ml: IN'I:K tll' NTAIN. IlelIna, I)cc. ..---The 'United States granlld julry lmadlliel its (expccted report to .udge Klowles late yesterday afternoon, etlurning seven true hills. The indict lielntsl wecre as folloIWs: J a;m1es ILile I'lllllt', muInrder, seven couints; Louie Ashley. selling whisky to Ilnlians. tw10o counts; Si'icr l.a Rose, sell ing whisky to indianll, two cotuIlts; Jerry YounIg, sellilg \whisky to Ind.iiilllS three colunlts; JaliIles Ih Iousemanlll, lrelspassi.g, onelC countl; Jacob \\ilhiamson, selling whisky to Indiianls, three co, ills. 'I'lThe sdevl1 Ci'Ol ts againsill t l ilJames lI ittle 11ilume charge hiiil 1 ithi .holesaile Ilmurder oil the Itlacklect reservatlion O)ctolber ti. Il he irst count is for killing \\'akes-L'Ip 1)1II y shooting him in the hIad: the sec nil1, for killing 'Takes-Morlning-Stit, or Ar row Ihad, all Ilndian womanlla, l cutiting her thro: tllhe third for shlooting SuLsie--lig Roads in tile chest: the fourth, for killing Katheril-W\akes-t'pll.ast, by shooting her below the shoulder blade in, the lback; the fifth, for murdlering Julia-Wakes-Uli-Laist by shooting her il the neck; tile sixth, for killing Mlry-Wakes-l'p-l.ast, or Mary Rnllllinig Wolf. by shooting her in the right side of the neck, anll tile seveinth for 'illlr dering John l)oe, by shooling hill in the head. The jury ilvestigateld thllree other cases, but failed to find evidentce suflicient to warranlt illflicl lImlts . ll1and recommllenlled that they be dischlargeed. IThey were leloll tarpellter, chairged with perjury P'ierre Joselll, ;larccly, alnd F. 0oil', al leged to have sold whlisky to the Inldianill. SILK HANDKERCHIEFS. Schlolil is it tlhat plain and fancy silk hanlkercllhicfs wortli frofn 75c to a dollar eachll are sold for .5c, or three for a dollar. T'Iolloirrow at o take your clholice of 1,2oo. Veriy handsoine handkcrclhiefs that will bIe sold at lenllless)'s Ilanllkerchllief sale utlndcr these Illost intteresting conlditiollls. OTTO FRANC IS NOT BURIED AS PLANNED FIPEc'IAl TO Tf111 INTER M5t1'' NAIN. Billings, D)ec. 4.--lThe fulneral of the late Otto Fralnc, the Iig lHorn cattlleman who accidentally shot Ilillself, was not Ilheld here today as expected. Upon re ceipt of a telegram froml his brother living inl Brooklyn, N. Y., it was decided to post pone the funlleral pelnding his arrival. It is explected the funeral will be held upon his arrival with bIurial at Meeteetsee, \Wyo., at the ranllch of the deceaseld, as he often expressed a wish to be buried at the ranch, STABBED DURING A PLAY Actor May Die as the Result of a Mimio Quarrel, BY ASSOCIATED PRES., Gervais, Ore., Dec. 4.-Robert Matteson, a traveling showman, was stabbed in the breast at the opera house Wednesday night and is in a precarious condition, During the entertainment a farce Is played in which a woman in the case stabs a leading character. To make it realistic;| the actor wears a board under 'his cloth ing. In this instance, the heroine struck too high and the knife penetrated the left lung, barely missing the 'heart. ,Matteson was taken to a hospital In Portland last evening. Thle wound may result in death, as internal hemorrhages occurred. Ballestrom Elected. BY ASSOC'IAT'D PRESS, Berlin, Dec. 4.-Count Ballestrom was today elected president of the relchstag almost unanimously, TIlE COPPER CITY AN ACONDA, MONT, Men's and Youths' FALL AND WINTER. CLOTHING $8.75 Buys A popular blue or black Pure Wool Cheviot, or a Fancy Check or Mixed Tweed Suit for Men; of regular $12.50 value. Among thi= ]lt are 59 broken sizes of suits, all worth $12.50 each.Cl 7 5 If you aro the right size they are bargains for. .............................U... a $S.75 buys a popular B]lack or Oxford Wool Friezo $13.75 buys your choice of a $15.00 or $18.00 or a much wanted Blue, Black or Brown Kersey or S8it. This lot contains 75 Men's Suits, good pat lBeaver $12.50 Overcoat, all of which are new, terns, all new garments, new designs and color fr'esh, desirable garments, splendidly $ 75 inrgs, thoroughly tailored........$ 3 75 triiuned and tailored, for.......... U For.............. .......... $13.75 for 3Ien's Storm Ulsters; a few warm ones, $14.05.--lIere is a bonanza. Elegant $20.00 actual $18.00 and $20.00 values; made of extra and $22.50 Men's Suits; all made of the finest quality Chinchilla and Frieze; full 52 inches long, fabrics, nattiest designs and colorin . This lot with storm cullais, splendid linings $13.75 contains over 100 suits of the best $ 1495 and thoroughly tailored. For...... manufacturers' productions. For. a Men's Trousers $1.50 buys a splendid pair of all wool $2.00 Trousers, neat patterns. $ 150 For ............................................... ...................... Is1 U $1.95 buys a better quality Trousers, worth from $2.50 to $3.00; splendid for knock about or work; right weight for cold weather; neat patterns and properly tailored. For.. m191 hundreds of pairs of the very nenitest Cheeks, Stripes and Fancy Mixed Patterns of Worsteds, Cassinieres and Tweed Trousers. Neat in fit, design and thoroughly tailored. ( [ $4.00, $4.50 and...........................................................$. 0U U THE COPPER. CITY WOMEN COMBINE TO OUST SMOOT BY ASSOIIAI'I:D IRIS. \\ashington, Dec. 4.-A union of woittan's clubs, with headquarters in \aVhington, was formed yesterday to light the seating of Senator Reed Smoot in the L'uited States senate. The formation of the union was the result of a conference called by Mrs. Frederick Schoff. president of the National Congress of .Mothers. Half a dozen other ;national organizations were represented at the meeting. Mrs. tLucia Blunt was elected president of the local union, whose name is to be the Union of Women's clubs. Mrs. Tunis Hlamlin of Washington, D. C., will act as secretary-treasurer. A call will be sent out to raise $3,oo0 for the purpose of employing an attorney to assist in the fight, and a pamlphlet will be issued. A committee from the meeting called on the president. They included Mrs. Schot, Mrs. Darwin James, president of the Inter-Denominational Council of Womenc; Mrs. Tunis Ilamlin, vice presi dent of the Woman's Home Missionary Society of the Presbyterian church; Mrs. Margaret Diehl, national superintendent of legislation of the W\. C. T. U.; Mrs. Vandergrift of Wilmington, Del.; Mrs. Clement of Philadelphia, president of the Womal's club of that city; Mrs. Dubois of Idaho, Mrs. Price of West Chester, Pa., and Mrs. Iloward W. Lippincott of Phila delphia. FIllowing the organization of the union there was a conference, at which Mrs. J. I'. Mumford of Philadelphia presided dur ing the absence of Mrs. Schoff. Addresses were made by Dr. J. D. McMillan of New York, Dr. Sarah Elliott, Mrs. Darwin R. James, Mrs. Margaret Diehl and Mrs. Tunis Ilamlin. l)r. McMillan said that Senator Smnoot's expulsion was not desired because he was a Mormon, but because he was an apostle in the Mormon church. Mrs. HlaImlin said the objection to the retention of his seat by Senator Smoot was the union of church and state. 'The presence of the private secretary to Senator Smoot and the secretary's wife at the meeting caused some comment. They left, however, before the meeting had been concluded. T. A. Morrin, attorney at law, room (, Silver Bow block. 'Phone os8-B. No more wakeful nights If you give your baby Mellin's Food. Mellin's Food babies sleep well. A postal request will bring a sample of Mllia's Food right to your home, MELLIN'S FCOD CO., BOISTON, MASS. Butte, Anaconda & Pacific Railway Co Passenger Time Table, November 14, 19o3. WESTBOUND. EASTBOUND. Local Leave Arrive Local Leave Arrive Trains. Butte. Anaconda. Trains. Anaconda. Butte. No. i. B., A.& P.. 7:00 a.m. 7a.ma. No. . B.,A. & P. 8:45a.m. 9:40 a.m. No. 3. B.,A.&P.. 1:05 p.m. 2:00p.m. No. . B.,A.&P.11:85a.m. 12:80a.m. Nos. B.,A.& P.. 5:00p.m. 5:55 p.m. No. 6. B.,A.&P. 8:20p.m. 4:15p.m, No. 7. B., A. & 1'.. 8:0 p.m. 9:00 p.m. No. V. B., A. & P. 6:85 p.m. 7:80 p.m. To make connection with Northern Pacific Railway Westbound trains at Silver Bow leave Anaconda at 11:85 a. m., 8:20 and 6:85 p. m. To make connection with Great North. ern Railway trains at Butte, leave Anaconda at 6:85 p. m. To make connection with Oregon Short Line Railway at Silver Bow, leave Anaconda at 3:20 p. m. 'Tickets on sale at City Ticket Office (Great Northern Railway), 41 Main street, Butte, and at Passenger Station of the Butte, Anaconda & 'Pacifc Railway. GEORGE GRACE WAS VICTIM OF HOAX' George Grace, a waiter in Butte, is having no end of trouble explaining that he does not own the magnificent sum of $25,000, and that he has not been the beneficiary in the will of a rich uncle. A friend of Grace took a newspaper man into this confidence and conveyed the information that he had received a fortund from the death of an uncle in Victor, Colo., and that Grace was soon to marry a charming young lady in Denver, whom he had .een separated from on account of the lack of money. Since the credulous morning paper pub lished the story Grace has been besieged by friends who do not hesitate to remind him that they are dry, and up to the present time it has cost him about $3o to get the boys to let up long enough to allow him to explain. In desperation he has gone to Missoula to escape. The whole affair was a hoax and was gotten up by Grace's friends to have a little fun. WHAT CONSTITUTES A STATE? ASKS BRYAN Tells English and Irish It Is Not a Great Army and Navy. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS, London, Dec. 4.-'T. P. O'Connor gave a dinner at the National liberal club last night in honor of William J. Bryan at which a number of Irish and liberal members of the house of commons and several representatives of the English and American press were guests. There were no set speeches, but Mr. Bryan, in a purely informal, but eloquent talk, referred to his experiences in England, told how he had profited by his visit and how he had been impressed by the way in which the people here devoted themselves to the wel fare of their country. Mr. Bryan said the ambition and pride of the people of his country should not be in saying that our army and navy are the best in the world, but in having the best government in the world and being able to say that "our government stands for justice and humanity and is so recog nized in all parts of the world." To that end Mr. Bryan said he would devote his life and hoped to bequeath to his children, a legacy greater than any accumulation of wealth, A $60,000 Fire. BY ASsOCIATED PRESs. San Francisco, Dec. 4.--The paint shops and car barns of the Southern Pacific were burned last night. Loss, $6o,ooes THE MONTANA Anaconda, Mont. Exclusively European JOHN S. MARSHALL Daly Bank & Trust Co. of Anaconda, Mont. General banking in all branches. Sell exchanges on New York, Chli cago, St. Paul, Omaha, San Fran olsoo, etc., and draw direct on the prinoipal cities of England, France, Ireland, Germany and the Orient. Deposits from $1 upward received. CORRESPONDENTS National City bank, New York; First National bank, Chioago; First National bank, St. Paul; Omaha Na. tional bank, Omaha; Bank of Cali. fornia, San Franciseo. JOHN R. TOOLE -- - - President M. B. GREENWOOD - Vice President LOUIS V. BENNETT - - - Cashier F. C. NORBECK - -Asst. Cashier Unlike Any Other! The full flavor, absolute purity and delscious quality of our Home Made Candy distinguishes it from all other makes. Fresh every day at DAIGLER'S Anaconda - - - Montana He Is Out of the Reform School, SPECIAL TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN. Missoula, Dec. 4.-John Mahoney, re cently paroled from the reform school, is again in trouble. He has been arrested on the charge of forgery and will prob ably be returned to the Miles City instl tution.