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affected .uhmit i an xami'lati1 n 1 V
our (iram h te Opticianl. (I' ''I TSIS
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\\e guarantee Satiifctin in all
brainchs.
K[PPLER J[W[LRY CO
112 Main Street, Anaconda
Daly Bank & Trust Co.
of Anaconda, Mont.
General banking in all branches.
Sell exchanges on New York, Chi
cago, St. Paul, OmahFa, San Fran
cisco, etc., and draw direct on the
principal cities of England, France,
Ireland, Germany and the Orient.
Deposits fromm $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 Francisco.
JOHN R. TOOLE - - - - President
M. B. GREENWOOD - Vice President
LOUIS V. BENNETT - - - Cashier
F. C. NORBECK - - - Asst. Cashier
THE
MONTANA.
Anaconda, Mont.
Exclusively European
JOHN S. MARSHALL
MINT
For New Years
All that's hvt il Win 'is and
Liquors, Inslprte l Brandly,
.I heIry, lPort, Irish and S.lotl.h
Whlikey. We ilml),rt these
gols ,direcvt frolm lEuripio.
Extra (' lif',rniat Brmnuly, ('ali
f'tia lWine null I..t Kentu'cky
uestic ('igars. I'aiiiily tradle .t
l"M'iiatlty.
THE MINT
family Iiquor Store
311 Last Park Ave. Tel, 103 F
Anaconda
THE .
ELITECAFE
Everythlng Good To
EAT, DRINK
and SMOKE
Come Once and You'll
Come Always
117 E. Park Ave.
ANACONDA
THOS. CHAMBERS, Mgr,
CHAS. W. FRENCHi
Wholesale Dealer in
Wines and Liquors
Agent for Budweiser
and Pabst Beer
ANACONDA, MONTANA
OUTSIDE CITIES ARE WELL
REPRESENTED IN SESSIONS
S'I.It IAL 'It T iE INIIER MONi t N''AIN,
Anacunda, Dec. 31--- rof, R. J. 'uttn
ningham of Fort Benton lbrought his full
corps of teachers with him to the Montana
State TeaIhersI ' association. This shows
in a measure the lively interest taken by
the teachers of the state in the meeting.
Superintendent John McKay of Mis
soula, bIrought 33 out of a possibtle 34,
which is doing pretty well of itself. The
missing teacher from the Missoula sc~hools
was ill or she too, would have crome.
l-elena sentt a large delegation and Butte
was well represented.
COUNTY BILLS FOR SALARIES
Thell contllly conmissioners are engaged today
In auditinllglthe nhlary bills of the coulntl . T'he
commisslionlrl will pay especial attelltion to
these bills and carefully scrutihize every itt.,
'They will alsu examine the quarterly report of
the Ishie is oflice, which In compltted form is
dtv fi, the hands of the cc itl ssioncrs.
ANACONDA
NEW YEAR'S SERVICES
ST. PAUL'S AND ST. PETER'S ARE
BOTH TO MARK THE ANNI
VERSARY WITH SONU.
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111 11 . .I ,i, l-,, to i (linll hll the hftl lll :; II -
\ r o'; I rIt. Joll ll -tllon's I l'll t at I) r',"r
I .Odge.
HAS COME 400 MILES
TO ATTEND CONVENTION
. tAnaconda, )c. .31. F. I. \W'ilson, prin
cipal ot the I'tulbrtton ls chools, enjoys t ithe
distinction of hi ig crvoe a greater
distalce thani an ll y lil ell hl r in att(l ll t'lllnalec
at the assotciatilon mitinlgs. M1r. Woilson
lans traveledl ne;arly .ton miles to he present
a lilt t .he litis t ;.ud he says it is worth it.
iu'tlbertsh i hltas teCe itly conpletel a
new, Iandsomle schooil hitlilting which
cost $.,,,oo,. The buildin I is smodern in
all its equipml ntt s tudt it it crti lit to the
townit,
ANACONDA BRIEFS
lis s t Mart iv nd ate Nevin i . ite t ire
vi iting in the city.
"I lie Ih'l'-lan Iamb toat trill he g cI aI attay
this cvt ning at .\lihn-' )partment l Sitore,
Alit Maltu'trtt .t citue ,of I ,ttaienId is at.
Mis Ntelliic c: tthton of l)ecer t.ulge is
lisiting h'iindis in Anaconda.
AliS Alary lc.\tlahon ittl lti Annie
I l'lthien of liltte are visiting .\rs, :M. Alt.
llale.
I]. ., .orcorn ' f H[lute is attending the
ions ofi the Teachelo rs' atsociatiion.
Ali s Alice Sager of W\\arm Springs is in the
city.
P'. .A. Leatmy, foirmerly pritncipal of the Butte
high school, wam in the city yesterday,
W. JL. otlloway, asociate justice of the
supreme court, left yesterday for Ifelent. after
delitvering an tildress before the State Teach
erl,' asocatiton,
A l]trge numbtl of Butte teachers arrived on
the mng'll; trait) today.
TEACHERS ARE
WINDING UP
SESSIONS
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11t' 'niph it u flia t' titti I if e o w ea
tra.ining u th,+ pliU,,'* hood'.
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hn, ,I' ht r to ,hubt n ', ,,l a to wron. " lu-ti" u'hy
l'n , h.'t r i", th I + i m', sl l''l +th \+.;ited Statle
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l .I . f I"tho. TI, he fo tba %. h. v er ka~lru
so. pt t ol dsh she t ,o t l.a t
ti ioiki iii iii i%11.1ta \iiri until-,'.
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f l - . t 1iI.+ ;li t ri t't Chl! 11, + i.t 111'tt I H itll h tn
alhl I tl : tl,.d. forI bh,' l)+mh 't ,il l h , 1
I o , 'i St+',t' ,I l'ilman \| in \all ,' w ell re -
Fire in the Flood Block.
stullllllp. c:arel. h -ly thlrI\ i1n I jlr conlll illn
in g , p a lm tre , in : ' fl'r , t \s iunld v o f 1.,
I. I),lighl's , igar -tore ill the FIloo bllwk,
ca l li re ti afternoon, d the Ic
partml ent had to be called uill to e€x
tinlui-h it. "1 lI d.nale Ii' ,'n i.,ted mostly
from l 'll r ll d ;a u ntmllllI ted to ;tinb t $1110,
cover1d by illvnur.
IAVE NEW QUARTERS
NEW CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
WILL SOON BE LOCATED
IN ORTON HALL.
I le ilmembers of thIe inew t'ristian
Scinclle. ncily ill this city \Itho have
been hohling .ervics in the I'clisylva
nia blck, n ill he located in new ilarters
by Sunil,ay. The society has grown so
rapidly since the arrival in this city of
.Miss Peck, the first reader, that it was
folitld necessary to get a largr hall ito ac
cotinollate the alliliences which gather
each Sunday and \\ednesdlay night.
TI'hli news place of imetintg will be t.h
()rtoni hall, . i5 North alin street. The
nlew qutarters consist of ai large hall with
a seatiill capacity of 175, r'Catillng roomll
for the iecoitiitiodation iof thlls( ,ioi (hIe
dire to Imeet it snmall groups to read
(Christian Science literature aind private
olfceea for the lirst reader.
These roomts are fitted utp with hattd
soime carpets, furniiture alld pretty ftur
nishings. The members are justly proud
of the new uItarters and extend a cordial
inviation to all to attend services 'there
tlexi Sunday miorniing.
Miss Peck is first reader and ,Mrs.
l.)orothy 'frevarrow atcond reader.
Polygamy Deoreasing
It is stated that polygatmy is becoming
Increasintgly unpopular in Turkey, and
that consequently the ()ttomlall goverlnlment
is faced with a depopulation problems. The
sultan has just published an irade con
demning the new tendencies.
JOHN GEACGHTY IS
ACROSS THE DIVIDE
ONCE WEALTHY MINING MAN DIES
OF ASTHMA IN HOSPITAL
VERY SUDDENLY.
WELL KNOWN IN MONTANA
Deceased Was Formerly Prominent in
Mining, but Had Lost All He Had
-Still Kept at Prospecting,.
Inhn tll r;t tyli . ly, o{ I ( f lilthe 1h "t t11ln1 1
it lu ct'i itr illl kno i ttn the' titniiniug
;l llk of mtyh . t tl i tlll t, l it tellh rn I, lit'.. uiet
st rthh ttly itt St. it 1r ' h ,p, .t.l c h i t th
.', lot, k llthis 1 rninti , to ti hit h pll: i ll hall
ih I t I:,kt' for t rIyi. ll( nlll t.
r Once Wealth aky. the
It,, p t' t I t,, b I in. ;-n I ti ,,r it . it i liritl, t
I. t- lar it 1111i t i Itt 't i lt ht1 l t ri. . llly
l ihe.r yl 1 h tl i t h i I b'It ii arttl n. i, l ti c.
Sirn; illy 1l:.1 tutu for Itwo or Ihtrr t ye; r
it,'it I.rtt Iin .lli llt hmt111 ,itt. l tllt ha; l (1i' -
t1, t 1 i-1 into ,\ l hat , ,II I ll ll r ll'l clt" r -
·Iil t',wl iii: lhn r t h -. b ii l t ilhlv d '
.,I - that hI; f1.ht hitter thagi \ hilt, hilt
ni, lilbing tht .terhi;an to titi hu.-f it.l hy e
1 I vil .111~l h u', to l .te c 5 erri r tIt.l h le -
I ti iti.r. t l ititcr iI ha I It ti ilaic- let4 1 .it led
i, ti%;I, ilfL. thatl the. Stn 'it ti i kf.lt1g. ind
; I ri , te'te l111.' l l. 11t I.t the li ul in e
t ' Ii u hi11i ,t. r 11 nn1 11t1t1i , i (.rler 'l)ght
S~-r-d Wita .
Once Wealthy.
Ih. e oldh ,1 t eth' 1.l1, u1tit -ittt tk .i lT
i, lu edIl t I tiil lttll lYt pori.Ii lt in hts
itI nltI ' *tIti , .ll111 ini thi youlll lir tI ' .ys of
' omna n. '. tIninog ttet e c"t, he no, tine of
S a1, Iutrr llr .ll n c .r e rt',l a t lh111 1 minles
I;..t hate t no to t( w rait ta ith atdl 9t
r ,4 1 t1in , in lh it lilt, h:a l lI ,l-erli .s il hii
Ii, a lli. th tmere %,',rthll m llim ,,.
lh, w.) tht 1l ti e a .rantil with -,tlch
Italy : nd ', ,,, ..o J hll \\ . lwi ,k t .. tilth h ,-e
r , *1.1 f \I "t Wll '. t ,e i at yi, m ' 1t1' ,t imil
t"1 II Inr, ill llit tilmt", I tl thl .ll h *t -n i'.s
i,41 itna.l th le't, 1til at thilt 4'1 il4 itam re
thivetl in tt ry ,traiih tt .i l cirn tltllttatllces,
t'1ilu h he .till ontlcl ; ittntnher of proper
t, ai t - ; rt,. 're tltd'l as 1.|1ost the most
plt".1isint' in thet .tale.
It \ea, for the lurp,,e of sectring
.rln s }itt . w itlh hirlc to dev hrlo "I swill of thle
mlti,. fro' n \ irgini;t Iity, that lie amne In
,lti.e about ht ,ek aIo,. \ r hil t i lln h
t. aitl Kinilta iha.l worked andl pros
p '' h." l tngetlhcr ill this utill| Il.any other
-t' t ',or ylst- it, tlli the wanrlm °t 1"lli00 1 ,,
o r m"uul'"a shlp li;tdl t:ro 1n uIp hbtwi.m the
tiG ;'y,,hty 'a, , abohut S years of age
ica t, wt.h1 hiot $ year, odh adl almost his
twhole life a.l tI, n . p.. nt in the tiniing
lt in s of the \\'Wet. So. far as is knon
nilnt f-,o many eiars lutist had hetrnl .hier
cat.r he happr-s.d to beIt, hut for the past
Well Known and Popular.
The"re h. as prrhal., oth, I hatter known
wn tit all the miuintg sips ,I the state,
1l.r. lh' H e was :1 n ian of the highest char
v,:I, ;,s coi' :,, hi, hmtl; : Nohl l a hle mnany
l i' l , anIIIi \W i ' " r llole ilo i y all u, t ill
the esnd hbak to the earth front which lhe
h;ol t,,ken it. for he \.wa . constantly it
mi -li.;d lopenl g i en - min's. lhe was
alb.i. rer dy tIi assist a friendl. uso l it is
a:ý, h;1tt" L.tt , ;o n y sttreet."
-rdl ing t' ilf i. ,lgrtln ilntl, Hl i t. ke piace
I II0 'ro 1'a ri'ItII 1iiii
Are You Wearing Glasses, or Are Your
Eyes at All Defective?
If ~o. tthen ytou ,hotll have youttr eyes
',,;iinea l I 'l the ec tpecialists, 48 W est
I'arlt. the Frunk t tplical Parlor and Eye
IIERE WITH PRISONER
IxALISPELL DEPUTY HAS CHARLES
SMITH, WANTED FOR HORSE
STEALING, IN CHARGE.
Ihlp ty Sheritf I. A. I)onalte of Kalis
'II l tie in fr) m tlillings last night withl
I harlt, Smth, thte negro arrested in
dlli, , o i the chiarge I f stealiing a horse
Sui cutter irou McKntigltt & I.etiis of
,blispell.
Smith, it is alleged, took the horse
;nd cutter a d drove uiI"f with it. old alfter
'1,ls,,inlg to the pro ertly enlt to Blilliu.s,
I here lie \Itts hLtgin.g aruull the race
t ack.
A\ telegram ttas sent to that city to the
rilt' si f fce antil two houtrs after its
Itceiit the ptriso er was in cui.st H)ody,.
Smiith gives as an excuse for makiing
v ay with the uitter ait il horse that lie w s;is
drtmk aulnd id not know what the was do
I'h' missing property has been located
ad uDeputy I)ontlahtte will leave Smith in
jail itn Butte while he goes for the stolen
horse ald cutter, after which he will
take his uman to Kalispell.
Smith's fascintatlont fr the race track
led to his capture, its he wentt itmmediately
to lillings, where there are some blooded
ihorI , attl was hanlging about the track
o ten atrrested,
CHARITY BALLS BY ELKS
HAVE NETTED $6,079.11
srt EiIA, TO THEi INTlER-tl Mti Nt AIN,.
ltelena, D)ec." .---Tlhe Elks have given
in all six charity halls in leletna and these
have netted a total of $6,079.11, accord
ing to figures given out by the local lodge.
'I' tc money has been divided among dchartt
aine institutions. It is expected that the
ball to be given by the order January 11
will he tip to the standard in attendance
and results.
A Queer Savings Bank.
A ra.lpicker in london recently foutnd
money to the value of $tau in a basketful
of rags for which she had paid a few pen
nies to a chambermaid, who did not know
that her mistress was using it as a say
ings bank.
TIHE COPPER CITY
Happy New Year
To All. Store Will be Closed All
Day Friday, New Year's Day.
COME SATURDAY
For Big Bargains in All
Winter Goods
Jackets
Suits
Furs
Underwear
Boys' Overcoats
And everything ready to wear for
men, women and children. Marked at
prices that will clean them up quickly.
THE COPPER CITY
Butte, Anaconda& Pacific Railway Co.
Passenger Time Table, Sunday, Dec. 6, 19o3,
W'ESTBOUND. EASTBOUND.
Local and Leave Arrive Local and Leave Arrive
'l.rough Trains. Butte. Anaconda Through Trains. Anaconda Butt;.
No. 1-B.,A. & P.10:15 am 11:10 am No. 2-G. . Local. 7:U0am 8:20a ,n
No. 3-Overland...12:l p m 1:10 pm No. 4-B.. A. & P. 8:55 am 9:50 am
No. 5-B., A. & . 5:00 pm 5:55 pm No. 6-B., A. & P. 2:00pm 2:55 pm
No. 7--. F. Locl.l1O:5 Opm 11:40 Pm ,No. 8-Overlaind... 6:50 pm 7:40 pm
To make connection with Northern Pacitic Railway t Westbound) trains at Durant, leave
Anaconda at 1:oo p. m. and 6:So p. m.
To make connection with Oregon Short Line Railway at Silver Bow, leave Anaconda at
s:oo p. m.
Train No. a leaving AnLconda at 7:3o . . . runs through to (treat Valls without change.
Train No. 8 leaving Anaconda at 6:5o p. m. runs through to St. Paul via Great Northern
Rallway, without change.
Tickets on sale at City Ticket Office (Grea t Northern Railway), 41 alain st:ret, Butte
and at Passenger Station of the nutte, Anacon da & Pacific Railway.
SUIT IS ADJOURNED
PHILIPSBURG MINING ACTION WILL
BE TAKEN UP IN ANACONDA
AFTER NEW YEAR'S.
lh ililpsburg. IDec. ;.-.'he trial of the
Apex mining suit, involving ore in con
truvertsy tIetweel\ the ow ntrs of the Tiger
and the Nancy lanks. was temporarily
concluded here last nighlt.
'The case will hle restumed next Tuesday
in .Anaconda, the attorneys havinlg stipu
lated to finish the trial there.
Joe PI'le of Butte was ow the tandll
inearly all day yesterday for the derfene.
lle said he had carefully examined the
two prloperties antld found nIo conntiectiont
betweenll the apex of the vein ill the Ti'ger
and the Nancy Ilantks workings. lie1 con
tended that the course of thie discovery
vein in the Tiger was north u:d south,
througIh the south side lines of the lTier,
where it apparently faulted.
Richard Ashcroft, one of the original de
fendants in the case, tol, the court that
fro.m his knowledge of the Iroperties
there was nothing warranting practical
miners following the lead from the Tiger
into the Nancy IlIanks workings. It was
to o'clock last night when he Icft the
standl.
The defense still had a number of wit
nesses to examine, and as coturt desired
to atdjoturn over New Year's, it was mutu
ally agreed between the litigants and their
counsel that the balance of the case coutld
he tried in Anaconda.
As soon as the attorneys filed a stipula
tioI agreeiing that Judge ('lelments sholthd
havhethe sanIe jurisdliction in the case in
Deer Inodge as in (;rauite county, the court
made an order adjournling the further trial
of thle case to Anlaconda.
HAMILTON LODGES INSTALL
sI''ctAL T'rt Tt, INTER Mato.'rtAN.
llamtiltont, Dec. 31,.- he ()rder of the
Easterni Star and the local lodge of
Masons, held a joint installation o oitti
cers and a banquet last night. The affair
was largely attended, a number comint g
frotm \ictor.
DOW IS HOLDING HIS OWN
Hamilton, Dec. 3r.-TJ)e condition of
Master Mechanic Dow, whose arm was
torn off in an accident in the imill several
days ago, is satisfactory. His physicians
now report that he will recover.
In the E. E.' Paxon Estate.
T.elsa Ml. Paxson, -as executrix of the estate
of the late Everett E. Paxson, has filed a bond
in the sum of $9,ooo, and will take charge of
the affairs of the estate immediately.
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Chicago
The shortline between these three
large cities is
Ii
The route of the famous
North
Western
Limited
"The Train for Comfort"
Every night in the year.
Before starting on a trip-no
matter where-write for interesting
information about comnfortable trav
eling. E. A. GRAY,
General Agent, Helena, Mont.
W. M. M. ENRIGIIT,
Traveling Agent, Helena, Mont.
T. W. TELASDALI;
General Passenger Agent
St. Paul,Minn.
CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS
TO HOLD WATCH-NIGHT
TIhere will Ibe a Christmas tree lenter
tainment and watch-services in the First
Church of Christ, Scientist, tonight,
Thle entertainment and Christmas tree
will be for the children of the colngrega
tion and a large attendance is anticipatedl.
It has been arranged to hold watch
night services after the entertainment.
program closes tonight. Part of the
evening will consist of a social hour,
and later devotional services will be held
at midnight.
Lotteries in Europe.
State lotteries add to the income of for
eign governments. In Italy they bring the
government $2,5oo,ooo a year. 4n Prussia
the profits of the public lottery are ".4,
a5o,ooo. The l)utch government gets the
neat profit of £ 5o,ooo.

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