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THE AXACOMU STANDARD: TUESDAY MOUSING, JUNE 15, 1807.
ANACONDANEWS. TOUNSEAT ROBERT KEITH MayorLasieer Refuses to Enter^^tain the Resolution. WOULDN'TALLOW APPEAL laDeclined to let |Be Council Sustain^or aMgect His Dectslon- The Discus^^sion saids In a Wrangle Other^Bualneas Transacted. Theaeaalon of the city rouncll laat^evening ^^^^. to say ihe Uusi. an intei -^siting one from the sgjeclators' suml-^point. There were frequent w rap* be^^tween the opr...nag aldermen ami ut^times sharp remit and rejoinder wore^Indulged in. Aldnms.i FttePatrlek was^the moat aggressive on tin n puhHogn^aide and he was ahly seconded hy I'av - Idaon. slrKenzh th. bulk ..f therepublicans' wrath and he was^charged with being a source of disturb^^ance by Alderman Davidson Divine,^who did not like this kind of talk, called^attention. In quite emphatic language^to thf fact that Davidson was out or^order and that his remarks wen n^relevant and had no place In the meet^^ing. Davidson ai this sal down and^McKemie look the floor and made an-^awtr to Davidson's charge against him^^f being a disturber. 'iam called a disturber by our op^^ponents In the council.'' said lie. ^and^why^ Dimply because, as one of u patty^which Is In the majority In this council,^where the people of Anaconda b) their^suffrages put us. an.I because I. for^one, contend for that which I believe^we should contend, I am called h dis^^turber.. Itwas 1:10 o'clock w hen Mayer Lelsi r^rapped for order. All the i ounollmon^were preaent with the exception of^Keith. After the reading nf the inln^utts MrKeniie Introduced a resolution^which was one of the main causes of^the frequent heated discussions of the^evening. The resolution rea ls as fol^^lows: Whereas.Robert Keith, heretofore^acting as alderman of the Firs) Ward,^has absented himself from the city for^a longer period than lu Joys without^the permlaaion of the city council, con^^trary to law; and it Is known to this^council that the said Hubert Keith was^not a cltlaen of the I'nited Stales when^elected, and therefore not qualified to^alt In the council as a member ih^ n of:^therefore be It resolved that his seat in^this body la hereby declared vacant.'' Whenthis had been read l.y the clerk^FltiPatrlck Jumped to his feel Imme^^diately, and in the colloquy which en^^sued between that gentleman and Dr.^MrKeniie. the former first asserted^that the resolution was out of order:^that no charges had haw brought and^proved and that It was an Infamy to^Introduce such a document. McKenile^eald that either charge mentioned In the^resolution was alone sufficient cause^for suspension and he wanted Ihe i liulr^to put the motion aa to the adoption of^ths same Mayor l.elser, prompted by^Alderman FltiPatrlck. refused to put^the motion and the do. tor. after ap-^peeling from the derision of the chair^without success, called upon Dalton,^president of the council, to do so. In^the heated discussion which followed thepoint was goatw lost, and the matterpassed without the president^putting the motion. DuringIhe latter unpleusuntness^Mayor Leis.r arose and in grave tones^and with a voice shaking w ith subdued^excitement, he made the startling ntul^somewhat ludicrous statement thai up^to the present time he hail acted In it^lenient manner with the democratic^members of Ihe council; that he had^hoped the members would drop their^differences ana Join Issues In order^that business might tie transacted. But,^continued he. Ihe lime has^tome when I will assert my authority^as mayor of this city and If nocesaaiy^1 will Invoke the assistance of every^cltlsen of this town and, If ihut he not^sufficient, the assistance of the national^government, in order to muintaln luw^and order in this body. Therewas a broad grin upon every^face aa Ihe mayor finished und every^^body was wondering where ull the riot^which the mayor a'as talking about^took place. Apetition was presented frees citi-^sens In the neighborhood of Fourth^and Kim ^t*v asking that an el . trie^light be placed ut that point On mo^Hon of Petrlti the petition wan granted^Another petition for a strict lamp wus^presents, signed by cltlsens In the^neighborhood of Ka*t Part and Birch^streets. This petition wus referred to^the proper committee. MessrsHoward and Ston r petitioned^for a sldc^valk in front of the property^on the east side of Oak street, betwi in^Sixth and Seventh streets The petition^waa granted P.J. Mathews lielltioned the mini ll^to allow him to erect a frame building. 10x10feet, on the corner 01.Ma - Cslluni#^ Cloutler's store, to be used^for a candy stand. Petition waa laid^upon the table. Thecouncil was iwlitloned by the^county commissioners to allow thorn to^erect a flue from the jail to th. top of^the court house building Fittl'atrlok^moved that the prayer of the petition^^ers lie granted on the condition that^they build the flue outside the building TheJudiciary committee, by i'ttxPat-^rlok, recommended that the Is.nds of^the city officers remain as formerly,^with the exception of thai of treasurer,^whose lionds were raised to l.'iO.ooO.^FltiPatrlck moved that liv ^ r.linan. c rtereAre the Biggest Bargains^We Have Ever Of ferrd In \\/atches Andwe believe they are the best you^have erer known, our entire stock at^tempting prices .lust think, a Ladles^^solid 14 karat Cold Watch with Elgin^movement at bepassed to Its third reading, but the^motion was lost. FltiPatrlckthen statrd that he un^^derstood that the city treasurer St^times handled as much as MI. 'NV and^he thought that the present amount of^bonds. $211,000. was too little. Johnson^moved that the vol.-on.-id : andthis was .lone Daltonmoved that the resolution or^^dering the building of a aktrwalk en^Oak street he published one lime In the^Anaconda Standard. The motion car^^ried. FltiPatrlckthen asked for the thrld^reading of the ordinance^ relating to the^bonds of city officers. Aft^r the read^Ing of same the motion was made to^adopt the i r.linance and it cr.rrled. Thefinance comnilttuc, composed of^Davidson and Scbutty. reported favor^^ably on a number of bills against th'1^City, while three bills were recommend^^ed to be disallowed CM motion the for^^mer were ordered paid. Thespecial committee to which the^matter of erecting a light on Fourth^and Hickory streets instead of al^Fifth and lib kory u n c omsseested b)^W. I., tinge, reported that light so erect,d at both corners as the neigh^^borhood is dark and Hickory stre^t he-^I vv .n Fourth and Fifth Is lined with^shade trees on one side ami llv board^fence of the Central school building, e n^Ike other Tho repon was adopted. Clt)Baa;I seer MfDedjeld reported^that ihe grading ^^r the streets in spe^^cial Improvement district No I had^been c ompleted in .1.. ordnni c with the^contract and h- fatonunsndetl iliat the weekbe accepted kg Iks counc il The^report araj 1 if acred la a oosanslttei ^^f^tin.. 1'nderthe order of new business Mc^^Kenile nominated J. It Walkup for^city treasurer to sue.col ihe late J. M^Delury. Alderman Davidson |sj a lost^speec h placed 111 nomination Itoger Kel-^wards, Anaconda'a late post master.^I poll a vote hilng take n Walkup re^^ceived the votes of Hall..11, Devlin. Mammiii.J oh aeon, McKenaie, CTBrietn,^Pstritt and Ichutty, while Bdwards^received the complimentary votes cef^Davidson. FlliPatrlck and liangncr. AldermanFltxl'ntilck moved that^v, he 11 the council adjourn it elei so to^meet again Wednesday c veiling so that^Mr. Walkup would have time to get his^bond FitsPatrick suggested thai 11 arenas' lieIn keeping will. 1 untom la have Ike^trc usurer's books, as well us those- of^the clt* c lerk, repented be fore the new^treasurer be required to take ^ lunge of^them. Mr. Walkup was called upon^and asked his pleasure In the matter uncihe Mated to the council that u wouldbe nothing bill right to have this^done. The names of Qsore's M John^^ston and A. J, t'alcott wers then pre.^senteil to Ihe council as sultnlile per^^sons to pe rform this work mid lie v^were accordingly engaged 111 a salary^of $7.50 per day per man. Mr.Walkup al this time came for^^ward and loc k the oath of office AldermanDavidson elated that since^ho had handed In his report regardful^the bills, he had found that Ihe bill of^Jones and Kline was reel!) 11 Just one amimoved to faroailrttr tho action re- ptldlattugIhe same. This was, done and^the bill allow, d Kltxl'atrlckwanted to know what in^do with She. p gulch mil. 1. saving it^was time something was done in the^matter. Daltonmo- e ci thai s commutes at^five be an pointed ami that thess gin^tiemrn, in coainnrtton with the city^engineer, Investigate the stute of af^^fairs. AldermanItnvlclsnn then moved that^a committee of three bo appointed to ciiuftreeoluttoni upon the death of Ik*^iate John M. Delury. oily treasurer^The inollon cuniid ami PsvUlsop. I'al- tonand O'Brien wore appointed. McKenaiethen saoveri to adtonrn to^meet Wednesday evening at S p. 111. Themotion srai carried. SMITHIS NOT ULL RIGHT HeFrighten* a Woman and Chil^^dren Near Deer Lodge. BOYSAPPEAR JUST IN TIME OnTheir Arrival the Depraved Fellow^Hastens Away. But Later Is Caught^by the Huaband of tho Lady^He Insulted. Bsxcaan'tI'ii.i s wiiiciinpri ike w $18.00 Aboutthe price usually asked for filled^watches Others run a little higher,^and some besutlfully decorated and^diamond set cases sre shewn at low as $29.00 Choiceof Elgin or tt'eitham move^^ments. 'JenttSolid 14-karat Hold Watches^at $37-00 Andethers with fine l'-Jcwel move^^ments, any make, at $43.00and up Canyou afford to let this chance slip^^Prlcess good until June- ltth. Set our^window for these bargains. ^if; Merrill POSTMASTERS'SALARIES. A l ittle liaise III till* lloco ^ OSIeec^.^\Vsge^ 11 her ^ ln.dlll Hiliim. Speciall^lspntch to the Rtandafd Washington. D. C. June 14.-First^I Assl.'tnnt I'osliuastor ticMieral Heath^I to-day gnve out the annual reclassifica^^tion and the readjustment of presiden-^I Hal pcslmasters' salaries, to take ef^^fect July I Anaconda, Increased from^lU.tmi to $:'.r.on Fnllowlng ore future^salaries at usBtia Increesetl (100: Fort^He nt..11. Il.tss; PMNfNMurti ll.ssf: Belt,^$1,400; Battle, in.ioo: Hamilton. ILIM:^lb.el Lodge It,to*; Boulder, ll.Md; Deer^Lodge, n.est; MlkM ciu. ILsso; H.e^,^man In. leased from II.Too to ILtSKl. Ifyou are tired out and overworked^Mend a few day a at the Kavnlll, at^Hamilton, and Fog ^ ill Ko back to^work a In am) new man. Mledfeer BltSldi Thefollowlag noUerete eif location of^iiiining clhims. Aeras. eti . were Bird^for rcc eiicl with the c ounty c lerk v. |^I ida: .iKtilcl Itenlilntn, not Ice of loc ation ofHigh tirade lode x.. 2, in unorgan^ired dlstrlci of Deer Lodgs county. The^claim is situated eight Will eertkwaol^of Anaconda JiehnK. Wnltc. Thomas Danaher and^William Flood, Ike Martinapikt and LiKoy quartl lodes, live miles north of Cooperint.. Allett/.clgcr. William Cobalt, Horace^R. Bark, w H. Hunt. John Itelnmeta,^caii Muehllng, W, H, Clark and Oar- ,!^,^ Qarret. tkt Lena and Aurora^plac e t^ . la.ins. ilv iiiil, s northeast from^Hace Track. In Ike lu.v Oai tonwood un-^crganliccl district. I'.e. I M. t'eellillS Clf lll'lc till llllS lie , el, d toJohn K Wnltc. also ,.f Helena. 11 on.tw, tin. th Internet la tke rnion. All Nations.Cooigardle, Summll and t'eitn-^paniceii lode claims. I'ontldeiatloli, PM Thebest .'.^-cent restnennnt In town^Mealt at all hours No ;:.l Commercial^avenue. Con O'tvnnor. Atthe (lifnril. .. gloss pints ami 'i pints 7 year-old McBrayeiwhiskey. and Me. TheTom iinllient Thegreatest athletic event ,ver at^^tempted In this state will be he ld at the^new Anaconda field next Sunday and^Monday. J WW and LI Nothing that^could nueslkly be done to make the touiI,an-. Ill aO l.le th e I, l I'.n II. glectedby the manngemin: and the^track, field and apasdatnients have^net ^ ^ oust 1 ucted wltkowl reckoning . x - p.IIS. Theswiftest bicycle rid. is ih, , ham-^pion ball teams and son. of Iks leest^sprinters In the state wlil be Included^in the two days- at agists mt. An-^oth^ 1 event which must not be lost^' sight of Is th.- 1 ..urslng mat. h and 11 is^I a vv ell know n fact thai f the whomdoc* 111 th. West an ened In^1 this vic inity. If you tnlss the ..tuning^1 of the Anaconda field yen v. ill imss^. much. lienIII nf MfceS, ^Wrwsrt. MisFannie Stewart, wlfi of A J^Stewart of No. -IS West I'ark avenue,^die.I yesterday Stag ^'^^- ' vats old^and Raarsa eeio. chBcl. Mr and -Mrs jStewsrt recently re snot t bet^tlrsnile. The Order Ot I. tern Stst 1will have 1 barge of tlo funeral sr- Irangemvnts. flperlslrorrespondonre of the Blamlird DeerLodge, June 14.^A demente d und^depraved Individual, who calls himself^John Smith, terrorised two d. f. us, less^women and several children al the Ihemn mill boardlnr houses. I ewe milessouth of this city, this afternoon.^Smith put in an a pp. man. ^^ at the^boarding houses shortly after the din^^ner hour and nske d for food of th. lady^of the house, Mrs. J. S. I'sine. who was^Bjgsj at UH lime, save for Ike prose in --^of her three little children and the I I-^yoBi-olel daughter of Mr and .Mrs. Dan^Cocsgklaa. ITntM the refusal of Mrs.^I'sine Smith backed 11 short illst.110 .-^away from the dimrstep. all the while^hurling into the faces of tho terror. trie ken woman ami cklktren Ino most vileepithe ts Not content with almost^throwing the tenants Into hysteric:.^with his untitled tongue and hideous^COn tort lone of his face and body the^kmthaonM being ailvance.l lo within a f.w feet of his horrified and unwilling audienceand proceeded to divest him^^self of his outer garments. Luckilyfor Mrs I'alne and Ihe chil^^dren some l.oys from town, who were^Ashing on 11 nearby stream, hove in^sight, ami upon their appearanc e Basils'^look 11 hasty departure', direc ting hire^course for Ihe public highway which^leads into Anaconda Oneof the fisher Isiys remained at the^house, with Mrs I'alne whlb' his com^^panions hurried to Deer Lodge and in-^lorno.I PoBetahjl Shi tl'.eol of the Inci^^dent Mr She lllebl niBilc his way to^the boarding houses and upon his 111-^rlvnl the re found tho culprit In charge^of Mr. ralae. who had In the meantime^returned home and. from the cbsc iiii^Hon given liy his wife, gong fortk upon^the road and made the capture. TkeStandard coaeeageoadood tailed on^Smith at the Jail late, this eve ning und^his every aettog and word seem to In- .^dilute that he Is of unsound mind, and 1 IIIs more Mi.1.1 possible that instead of 1^bring prosecuted on a criminal ckargs , hewill be IrlOd before a tlll'V who will | examino into his sanity To the renortei Smithdenied that he had l^^i o coniluct-^itiK himself In other than a n. title^maaly manner, and said he had not^seen n wotuan or child situ*' IhsI night,^vv p. 11 ho slept nt the Kimni rly ssMOP^nine h. neur Avon. Fortnnllsrv plumbing, call on Youn^^^ lvzoll. 410 Park. Whenin Rutto lunch 111 Shennan'a ropiiliirI'iaimt. steearat.udn-lg ^ Co.. Manufac^^turers.^ have opened spacious vvare-^roomi In I'hlladel|ihla, to better faelll-^tute and accommodate the growing de^^mand for their Instrumenlr In the ^'ily^of llrotherlv Love .Music Ttnde l(e-^1 I. 'V, New Veo'k. Theseplaiioa arc on exhibition in the^St. Jean hulhllng at surprisingly nn-^sonalle tlguren. See Mr. I^. A Merrick. f^He con furnish you full Information. tsetset^ 11. Be s^. TheIliembetH of the Oleic I of Ijl-el I'll^Star ale l'ei|Uestid In meet ill their hall IIIBlandard building at 1 o'clock p m^sharp. Wednesday. June ltt. to attend^the funeral of Sister Fannie Stewart,^wife of A. J Stewart HATTIIKINO, W . at, Anllilerrfttlng (^finvei saliiMi, l'roiiiAnswers. SirA. Sullivan went to see Itiihlnsteln^at his hotel in London The Itusslan^l oinposi 1 asked hhn to step out on the^balcony and smoke I 1 igaiott. Theysat clown, twisted their ciga^^rettes and puffed the blue clouds into^the air. After a lonit pause Sir A. Sul-^llv an observed | You are a great admirer ol Utethov-^sa, I piesume^^' Yes. sulci Itublnstelu.^^And Wagner^^^' No.^ was the reply^Not iinolher word was spoil. 11. They^! locked themselves In their chairs and^smoked iivvnv Alter u very long time^Sullivan said:^' I think 11 Is Him for gM to he goltiF. Don't say so.'^ said Ruhinateln.^Slay a bit longer II Is so nice lo talk^to you. Sullivanstayed and went 011 rocking^himself Into the small hours of the ,morning, n hen ho got up ami naM Imust be off now: I think M I1.1 v.^Chatted long enough ' Rubinsteindrew out his watck. Halfleast ^^'.' he said. ^ Strange how^quic k time flics In pleasant e itnpanv ' '^luiny:' Thetrout slieams adj..mini: Maniil Iton are in splendid condition and nI 1at. lies .ire made dallv bv ^ll. :-ts ol jthe Ravalli. Fortellable plumbing, go to J. A^llaslcy. ttl 1 ink slrert. Highm ade and up-to-date. ^The Co-^' lumMa^ btcyc'.e L. A King, agent. rathaae no. k wt^^- Fromthe I'htcago Trltume.^Johonrs^ What Is your theory us to the^1 cause and cite of the prevulllug hsi.l^times Wrlgglnstwho writes on tlnnnclul tuples^for the news|^u|iersl I have a theory ,to-^hoiii.-. sat I v.. Beads' np my mi nil I won t^give It out. ^) OlSTgl, until 1 get .1 higher^salary I AXm ^Hti^e f.ir ll. Fromthe lx^ul^vllle 1 ciiirler-Jnurnal. Bteetgeaspar 1 atteadsd a ckatterp the^other day.^S|wtp-A ch illi rv ' What 1111 earth Is a^. 1 httterv - Hlmbum|ier- Some - all it .1 coin . r...^rlone but I don't BSkeert 111 using French^words when sasgtteh wgj ansa SI the pur- |pose. Mrs.Kale Smith begs lo ixpn lo r^1 shacert thanks to the A 0. I' \V ami )^1 her other friends for their kindness '^during her late bereavement Iheap Htrniii^hl|i Untr*. TheScandinavian exposition it Stock^holm. Sweden, and the Queen's Julillc 111London, Bngland an- attracting a^great many peopl. t.. those oosiatrles.^I ^art ics desiring good 1. ths .in aleam-^: era should have them reserves at agjee, - ihcv are Is-lrg taken ,'ast. Call at^the liutte. Anaconda ^ I*arlfic railway^Is pot. Anaconda for rates via an]^line Passengers will be supplied with^tickets dlri ^ 1 lo Dm ie They will n^t^have to stop t^e have them exchanged^en route Round trip , assagt at re- iduced rates. I PepsinCocoa | 25cents JELLY,ANY FLAVOR 121=2 cents^20 cents ilb. 5 cents j 10cents ^^Ice Creem Freezers * Tenper cent, discount on our regular prices 4 4 MacCallum^ Cloutier 5 BESTTIMOTHY HAY and OATS IN MARKET soiand 503 Park Avinue, Anacanda. Wecarry the laid, st stock of Carriages. HurrIcs. Wagons, Carts. Road^lumpen and Hews, [Hag and Drag Harrows, Seeders, 11 a incus and Whips In^Daw Lodge county. PRICESREASONABLE J.T. CARROLL Company L.istPark Av:nu^, Anaeonda. Telephone19 GATTANINSTITUTE BSMtil*Huiidinq, Anaonda, Mon1;. ForTreatment of Liquor, Morphine and all^Chronic Diseases. F.GATTAN, M. D. liJhAAiaVAAisVijsi Liveand Let Live Isa honiely old adage, hut it has more merit than a score nf more recent^smart sayings. This More is an object lesson in the policy the saying teache s.^The public helo this business to grow and prosper. We reciprocate by sell^^ing reliable merchandise at ^let live^ prices. We quote some to-day: HomeopathicPhysician^and Surgeon. GraduateMahnsmanP, Modioli Colletre, Chicago, III. LEFT OUT THE MOON. At'aae similar lo Lincoln's I'ainuti, De^^fense of a Itiri'icl.tr. KioinIke Chic ago Journu:. Thestory Md about Prtaldeal Lin^^coln oktaiaing ike ssssssssal ol a client^who was under arrest for burglary anil^in dant;ei' of conviction l .'iuise tlo-^prosecuting vv ilnoss sai.l In Iclentllied^hil l In (lie in 10^r 111^-;llt kg pTlllImIgg in^aJsMssM lo prove the ssOOO had not^shone that night, was not the Hist llnjM^the idea was worked to petf. i tlon. John1'hi I pot I'urran, the fnnioiis law^^yer, had 11 client who was Indtntlfled^under the same circumstances. The^prosecuting vvitness saw the prisoner^leaving I house that had Jus. been en^^tered by burglars on a moonlight night. Cttiranprodaced i s almanaca U ol which he ganged t.. the Jury and one^to the Judge The alniiinncs showe.l^the moon wfis not visible on the night^In cjiiestlon. Theatjeonet was dismissed After^the trial Curran's cHaal usk.'.l what his feewas Twentypounds' ^ said ike attorney,^^len'i that pretty steeii^ qnerM ike^1 in in No. said Cnrran, ^l gn only t\ of that;Ihe other ffll gogn to Ike fellow 1got to prim lines, algtnhare with Um^moon left out. Stop WatchesHorse Timers^Chronographs $7-50- HarrirnjrsloU5ri's Ooldand Silversmiths ANACONDA,MONTANA PROM DressHoods In a beautiful assortment^of Checks and l'laids. pgr yard . 15c AllWool Amaxon Cloth, plain colora^and mixed effects, per yard Wt AllWool Homespun Suitings, In^Cheeks anil Mixtures, per yard., o.'ic Cottonrovert flnth. Just the thing for^outing wear; has Ike appearance of^tho all wool material, per yard.. HSJ CottonI'llssee, a new and stylish wash^fabric in a largo assnrtmont of dark^colors, per yard PSD lllackKigured HrllllantlncK, not the !j A choice collection of Organdies. Diini-^tnake-helleve, but the real Lngllsh jl ties, Lawns and Percales reduc e d to,^importation, per yard3.^^' || per yard 10c DECEPTION Itis all I'ifflit on the itlfO,^but it doesn't pay in busi^^ness. WhtMi n nuM't'liant^fools his customer, he's^only fooling himself. In-^telliiront eititoni know^that a liHMvliant might as^well plant broonistirks^.^Hid expect blossom-;, as^to try to build up a bi-j: slothingbusiness by mere say-so. NotSay So, But Facts Fineand b!m-k Cheviot. All-Wool^Hullt ^ 50 llrownanel black mixed All Wool^Suit9 T5 Qeeyand blai k mixed All Wool suit9 ;i Lightshades, handsome patterns, ill On IsMssfLight Worsti-dII M FancyFercale Shiits. ^..llar at^^tained, live sty lee, the n^grade 75 GoodfriendClothing Co., 220CtaOasMNofJ Ave . Aim'otuirt CHICAGODYE HOUSE *1 Knit ('ommerceal. An.u-oncts^The only plsce in Anaeord,. iliui doet^grst-clsts work In cleaning and prtesssg^gien's clothes. ^omen's drasetl - Iks. Sid^(loves and tine westing apparel Our^chano sre moderate lie ^ e. sad go to^the right place. Jit K OsVassstclal uvenuc,^Anaconda. W. M. THORNTON, j Rtprstiotlnfths Lsadlog Portlga aad0 nierlcaaCom pan Its. t ANACONDA,MONT. lo11 b I c ft tUMMMUM 81.I.HU Heiilulloii Net. :l.^..^A resolution providing for the laying of^.1 sidesnlk on tkt east side of (ink street^between Hlxth ami Seventh streets in the^i'lty of Aiiaconihi. Heit reserved sf Um city council of^Aaaceade i Ihutthere shall be hulll. or osaajgd to^he built, by the owners of the property at^IkS SsSl line of link street between Sixth^and Seventh streets 111 the City of Ana-^cotuhi. Ill front of and opposite to such^property, at their own cost and expense^end unil. r ihe direction of the street com^^missioner of suld city, and within :.^ days^from the publication of this resolution,^wooden sidewalks of wood not less than^on. sad one-half inches In thickness und^to ge six feel In width from the west line th.several lots ut^on the east skat al ..ik Street from Sixth street to Se venth street Thaiupon failure of the owners of the^MVOral keg aforesaid to build such side-^vv.ilk within the Utile limited herein the^street commissioner is authorised, and he^i^ hereby directed to build, such sidewalk;^.mil he shall report the expense of such^construction to the city couni II to the^end that the expense of such construc tion^111.iv he levied us a tax tieion such lots^sufficient to pay a 11 expenses of whatever^character of constructing and making^sue h Improvement. Thisresolution shall t;:kc effect and tie^it: force freest and after its publication in^ihe Anaconda Standard a dallv news^^paper enkMeked in ssU city. I'.essodmd improved June It. 1S9T. DUmI.KISKK.^M.I vol of the i'lty af Anile ond.i All.-1 T ll l.KAUV i'ltyClark.^(Ma ^ of the I'lty Clerk of the^ City of^Anaconda. Si.iiisf Montunu. County of Deer^Lodge. City of Anaconda ^ ss. I.T. . Lesry. city clerk of the City of^Anaconda, do hereby certify that the^i hi going resolution was duly inuHHii by^the city council of the City of Anaconda^end anroved by Ihe mayor on June 14.^ls^7 Inwitness whereof I have hereunto af^^fixed Ihe Iks seal of the City of^iSKALI Anaconda and signed my name^this ltth day of June. 1SS7.^T ^ t I.FARY^dtf Clerk CHg of Anaconda A'Standard* Classified^Adv Will supply your wants Alwaysat It Weare pounding: prices to the lowest^point and keeping: ahead of competition^by giving the most incomparable val^^ues ever offered in this town. 300All-Wool Suits. IS.Ta. easily worth $10.00. aimpairs Jeans Fants. Tr.e, were ^l.(iu 50dozen Cheviot and Unmet Shirts, ^.'.e, were 50c. J5doxen Heavy Jersey Shirts, lie, were V5c. It)doxen Ail-Wool Shirts, Mr., were ^l.uo. 20doxen Navy Itluc Flannel Shirts. POc. were $1.50. 100dozen Naturul Wool Shirts and Drawers. :Tic., worth double. HeavyCotton Socks, lo. ExtraCotton Socks. 6c.Three-pound Soc ks, 10c. Yoursfor low prices and your money^back if you don't think so. M.S. Aschheim No.9 Main Street. Anaconda, riontana. establish! is\i. 0K^O^^^^O^K^^^CKK^ - ^H^0^^^^00^H^^^-0-C^9 WARREN'S Wedo as we T adTerlisj Yesterdaywas a field day on carpets.^Yes. they went with a rush. To-day^tag tighten them up again. No let-up^till all are gone. Perhaps \ve^ .11.In t^make the Shoes fly. too. Just glance at^the line of styles we re showing at $1.10.^You can't get away from them, one^lady bought nine pairs. Eight styles^Children's-Tan. Oxhlnod and lllack^Sandals. Tics and Lace. s to 12. at v^v.^You can't match them at BJM uptown Samplesboth sides main entrance. Bargainson Everything This Week WARREN'S 4i9 Kast Park AvenueAnaroU'l-i. Montana OO-O-- O-O-O-OO-OO-O-O-O-O-O-O