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THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING, JULY 3, 1897.
T\kNPW^ ' kady Waldstelnan* anally deeenera^Ur\ I ^ Li Vv O. ted Into a common scrapping match. THEREWAS GRAND SPORT THtRACE (IF THE SEASON Blandand Ostler Joe to^Struggle for Supremacy. RECORDSOF TURF CRACKS Theflr^t really sensational sldewheel 1race of the year i^ to lake ,Msce to-day^I at Hartford. when Star Pointer. Frank^I Agan and Robert J. will try eonclu-^I *lon^ for the fj 000. The records of the^i starter* are: Kohert J^ 2:014; Star^Pointer, t n%. and Prank Agan. tM%. Itla freely predicted that Star Pointer 1_ ,, 2rtJ2JneS^^5^ LEMBKE WINS HANDICAP wlgglersat the end of lam season. Star i EnthusiasticCrowd Witnessed^the Bicyole Races Yesterday. ^^*^^^*^*^^^^: ^^tw|| a#a| SEVENRACES AOraod Programme Offered the Moo-^Public for This After^^noon -Seven Races on theCard. Pointerhaa been receiving hie linal^preparation* f. r the Pace at Charter^Oak Park, where many famoua race*^have been decld.d in the paat. It la a^lltlte early In the seasoa to anticipate^any record ^lu-eaktng performance, but^they should go miles around 2:05 with^a fair day and fast track. AnacondaRiders Show Up Well Profes^^sionals Uoulln'l Make the Time Limit^- Roads In Uood Condition for^Rica To-Day From Butte. Noman has had more success In i^campaigning paters and trotters than ,^old Monroe Salisbury He has had sev- 1^eral stars In his stuns; every year and thevictories of Direct, Plying Jib. Di^^rectum, Cricket. Directly, Ainte. Dl-^i ^^^ tnr'n Flower will long be remember^^ed by the followers of the national^I grand circuit. Man) a world's record j^I has been establlshe^l by horses In I he^Sslisi.ui stable, bui thla year does not^promts* well In fact, tin record^made up lo date la very discouraging. '^I The very much touted Direct colt. Rett,^was inglorloualy shut out In the 2:22^trot at St. Joaeph In the first heat. In !^the three minute trot. Director Prince I^I was never better than seventh In any 1^one cif the three hi Ms. Javelin was di-^taneed In the tlrst h^!it or the pace I^by Woodford Jay In I in. Lady V\ alas-^ti-en llnl.Thed se. mid in ihis heal Ja\ ^^lin performed bettci in the 2:^'.i pace but^failed to get any part of the money.^Thi Wlnahlp .-laid ^ did very niu'-h tu t -^ter. Hasei MfKlhtiey won second trotin straight heats of 2:lsVt, 1:11 and^2:14V Agitato won the 2:10 pace In straightheats, while IleachwI was theonly nag in the stable to finish out^^side the money. ^ Kd.Tipton has sent a communication^to the New York Spirit of the Times In^which he offers to wager with any book^^maker $100 against *.'..IHI0 thai the get^of Prodigal wlM finish first, second ami^third in the 2-year-old Futurity to be^trotted at Lexington. This Is a very^aportrmanllke offer us there arc SO odd^youngsters eligible for that trotting^stake, and no stallion has yet hail the^distinction of siring the first three^momy winners. THE CORRECTED PROGRAMME. Thepacing ruce originally carded for^thla after noon has liecn set over until j Copj^er^Tuesday and a 2-year-old race suhstl- | BerU|l(i Admirer*of the ^sport of kings^ In^Montana will have a chance of seeing^a horse race this afternoon. The merits^of Ostler Joe and Senator Bland have^been discussed with great warmth for^several days past and feeling runs high^as to which Is the letter horse It la^safe to predict that $40,000 will ihnnge^hands over the result. No two horses^that ever before met in Montana ure^apparently as well matched. Ostler Joe^haa had the befjeftt of a couple of races^and Is in excellent condition Senator^Bland haa had the advantage of a^year's rest, but Campbell will Bead him^to the post this afternoon fit to run for^a man's life The son of Inverness has^worked like a stake horse and ran lie^expected to run the race of his life this^afternoon. There arc but two |^ounds^difference In the weights, ostler Joe^carrying 117 to Senator llland s 115. Itwill be Montana against California^this afternoon and Bitter Root stuok^farm against Rancho del Paso Al^^though Ostler Joe la owned In this state^he first saw the light of day at Hag-^gln s celebrated breeding farm Sena^^tor Bland Is by Inverness and was born^and raised In Montana. Hisgreatest performance was made^over the old Bay District track. Han^Pranclsco, as a 2-year-old. It waa In^the Parewell handicap at one and one-^quarter miles and waa the last race de^^cided over the track. In a desperate^finish Senator Bland beat Nrhurhari-^nessar a nose In 2:07 flat, which lowered^the coaet record at that time. Senator^Bland had up D2 pounds and beat be^^sides Nebuchadnetsar. Htrathflnwcr,^Cabrlllo. All Over, Yankee Doodle, Peru.^Wawona and Rey del Itandldos. Sen^^ator Bland has had the benefit of a long^rest and, according to all reports, Is a^grandly improved colt. OstlerJoe's leading claim to distinc^^tion are two races run over the Oak-^land track this spring. On May 3. 1897,^with 107 pounds up, he beat Satsuma.^Vlnctor, Double Quick, Monte Forse^end Argentina one and one-sixteenth^SJllea in the coast record time of 1:46V^Two days later he met the redoubtable^Buckwa at a mile and a furlong. Con^^trary to expectations. Ostler Joe went^out In the lead at barrier raise and^made every post a winning post, run^^ning the distance In the wonderfully^fast time of 1:13. In this race Ostler^Joe carried 102 pounds. ^ TheCopper City handicap will be^contested by Senator llland. Ostler Jo..^Notice, J. M. B. and St. Jacob. It Is^universally regarded as a contest ex^^clusively between Ostler Joe and Sena^^tor Bland, despite the light weight car^^ried by the other starters. Lamle Is to^ride Senator Bland, while Ham has been^secured to ride Ostler Joe. Frawley^will beatrlde St Jacob. Blevens J. M. I).^and Narvaei St. Jacob. It promises to^be a great race from the fall of the flag^^ nd no one who enjoys witnessing a^gallant struggle should miss the Copper^City handicap of lf^7^a ^ .a Thecard for this afternoon contains |^one trot and six running races. It Is^one of the strongest cards ever offered^In the Northwest. St am II. should win I^the trot. He haa shown the best class of^any trotter In Anaconda this season. J^He will be a very' prohibitive favorite. 1^Monterey ran be expected to show j^marked Improvement over his last race^and may prove an element In the har^^ness race this afternoon. ThereIs not much of a line on the^i-year-olds In the second race. Ray^Heath Is doubtless the form of the i , , , youngstersthat have already started \ cl,lr^1 lht^ ^',, rn^^11 ^' Hheepshead Hay^and la likely to win.All Anaconda nml a great portion of JimBoseman haa beaten Montallade,^but the writer expects the latter hnrse^to finish In front this afteriiisiii Tim Agood-alsed crowd, considering the^weather conditions, gathered at the^Athletic field yesterday afternoon to^witness the bicycle races run under the^, auspices of the Anaconda Bicycle club.^| Some excellent sport was given. Rec^^ord-breaking waa out of the question,^as the track ^as wet and heavy and^had been left in an undesirable condl-^| lion by the Indiana. Neverthelessthere was sonic good^i racing and the fact was emphasised^that Anaconda has some of the fastest^riders in the slate. The most exciting^j race of the day was the two-mile handi-^| eap. In which 1^-mbke did splendid^work and Lyons showed that as bad^the making of a fine rider, before whom^I... ids are bound to crumble. In the^: third i vent the boys stepped to look at^' the rabbits and OOSSSSQUeStly they did^i Sol c. me within the limit and had to^^ run the race over. Thesixth event, one mile, nrofca- sioi'al,2:25 limit, was run bv Kur of^money In the three-minute class trot: | BuUc H ^, Bu^ ani, Maa(m ,)f LadyVyaldst.lr. second money In the ^ HHl.nr Tm. ^m, WM S:W ^. Space.Boydello captured the 2.40 U^uently had to be run over. Dug Smithwas pacemaker for the llrat lap 'and Hen Morgan for the second. A bad :start was made and the race was (In- TheBiggest Day Yet TheMountain and Valley Stakes TheCopper City Handicap^j DON'T MISS THIS LADIES FREE. *Six Running Races. * APretty Face GOODJ SHOES1 WERENEVER CHEAPER THAN^RIGHT NOW WEOFFER SHOE BUYERS the very latest and best stylesin reliable Footwear of every description at prices^which cannot be possibly duplicated in Auaconda. INMEN'S SHOES.... At$2.50^At $4.00 At$3.50^At $5.00 Wepresent values that are fully 'J5 per cent, better^than can be secured elsewhere. tuted.The rearranged programme Is as^follows: Firstrace, trotting. 2:12 class-Stam^B., Monterey and Altoku. Secondrace, running, one-half mile,^2-year-old maidens- Ituy Heath, 104;^Lulu K. 110. Hen Holt 102. Highbinder^1 or.. Ilrownlc I*. 108, Lord Ilercsford 101,^Klip hk and May Hoy 102. Thirdrace, running, t hree-^|iiarters of^a mile: Jim Itoiemsn 108. Montellade^102. Latah 90. Suhle 106, Mcl'ryor loo.^Tim Murphy 106. Sweet Hrlnr 10s and^Senator Dubois 104. Fourthrace. Copper City lKindl.no.^one and u quarter miles: (taller Joe 117,^Senator Hlnnd til, St. Jacob 102. Notice.^90 and J. M. H. W. Fifthrace, five-eighths of a mlb\^handicap: Quicksilver 100. Polish 106,^Dorsh Wood Ms, Plumeria 100. Salmcra^It, Colonel T. S!i and Tammany Hall M. Sixthrace three-quarters of n mile^Endymfton M, Harrison Ml^|ir^. Tammany 101, SyJvesiet^Child 1i^l. CesjSSl M and Aldermnn^Csry |iv Seventhrace, three-eighths of a mile^Red S. 114. Tommy Tucker 111, Marry^N. 10.'! Sinner ll^. Dolly Tucker 109, errsnr. ituttier in and Blue sign io^. lahedIn 2:.18', and was consequently^declared off. In the second event ob^^jection was made to Kerr as a profes^^sional. Theresults of the events were as fol^^lows: Firstevent, two-thlrd-mlle. novice-^Entries: No. 1. J. II. Mat/, lie. No. 2,^I J. H. Kunkel: No. 2. Tree; No. 4, Kd-^1 ward Dugan. Prises, |f^ silk umbrella.^I C. H. Barnett tt Co.; second ^hie. b|-^' cycle shoes. F. Gamer. Kunkel won,^, time 1:58; Tree second. Dugan third.^Second event, one-thlrd-mlle. open,^scratch^Entries: No. 6, C. A. Bernlck;^I No. 6, Hen Morgan; No. S, E J. Mc-^I (llvern; No. 9. C. It. Morgan; No. 10,^A. S. Church; No. 11. Herman Leinbke;^No. 1.1, C. H. Kerr. Prises, bicycle suit,^City Commercial company;^prlxe, sweater. 111 friend GOSSIPOf THE TUf4F. Allroads lead to the race track this^afternoon. Clawsonrode two winners at Slice ps-^head Hay on Saturday. Thetalent Is divided over the merits^of Ostler Joe and Senator llland. SteeplechaseJockey Thompson Is not^so badly hurt as at first ruppoacd. TheCopper City handicap for 1897^promises to be a memorable race, The(ireat Tidal stakes arc to he de- Murphyshould get Inside the money.^Latah has sn outalde chance. OstlerJoe Is selected to win the Cop.^per City handicap. He has been more^highly tried in public races and Sena^^tor Bland will have to be quite a race^horse to beat the son of Fresno this^afternoon. Thefive-furl.nig handicap promises^to be closely contested. Tammaiiv Hall^figures the best. Dot ah Wood Is not^yet at herself, while Quicksilver must^be a little off. Judging by his recent^defeats. Still he should lie hard to beat^with only 108 pounds In the saddle, but HutteCity will be out at the races this^afternoon. JudgeColhurn was resting much^easier yesterday, but be win he ron- flnedto his bed for several weeks.^A record-breaking attendance for the Clothingcompany. C. R. Morgan won,^time 1:47; Lefnbkc second, Uernlck^third. Thirdevent, one mile, 2:40 class^ En^^tries: Tree; No. 7, D. J. Davis; No. 1,^J. H. Matselle. Prises, racing suddle,^H. M. (Irelg: second prise, cyclometer,^F. B. Wright. First race l:M and de^^clared off. Second race, Kunkel set^pa. e for first lap. Davis won, time 2:39;^Tree second. Fourthevent, one mile, open to em^^ployes of upprr and lower works, re^^finery and foundry^Entries: No. 8,^Hen Morgan; No. 7, D. J. Davis; No. 14,^E. J. Clark. Prizes. ID koduk. W. 8.^Dawes; second prize, 12 pair of gloves,^(ircgor ^ Co. Davis won. time 2:41;^Morgan ssrinskl Clark third. Fifthew-nt. one mile, open, time limit^2:38-Entries: No. 12. H. Lemhke; No.^10. A. S. Church; No. ^. C. TV Morgan;^No. S, E. J. McOlvern; No. 5, C. A. Rer-^Ited Mini I nti-lc. Trims. i\i suit of clothes. Odson.^^' Richardson \ Adams: second prize. $;.^hat. M. S. Aschhelrr.: third prize, Id-^^ v io lamp, H r. Wright, launhkc^I won. tiny 2:37; Church second. Ho- I81 vera third. Thesixth event, one mile, profes^^sional, was declared off, as It was not^made within the limit. Seventhevent, two-thlrds-mlle. boys^under 16^Entries: No. IS, James^Lyons: No. 20, Charles McAuley; No.^21. Tommy I^eonard. Prises, gold pen^and holder, L. A. King; second prize,^bicycle shoes. Lyons won. time 1:67;^Leonard second, McAuley third. Eighth event, two-mile handicap-^Entries: No. 12, H. Leinbke, Anaconda,^^ yards; No. 10, A. 8. Church. Ana^^conda, scratch: No. 9, C. R. Morgan,^Anaconda, scratch; No. 8, K. J. Mc-^OlVera, Anaconda. 10 yards: No. 5, C.^' A. Rernlck, Anaconda. 40 yards: No^j 4. Ed Dugan. Anaconda. 4M) yards;^I No. 19. James Lyons, Anaconda. 400^: yards. No. 20. Charles McAuley, Ana^^conda, 450 yards: No. 3. B. Leonard,^I Anaconda. 400 yards: No. 21. Tommy^[ Leonard. Anaconda. 400 yards. Prises,^pair of M. A W. tires. R. H. Hamilton;^second prize. Haldwln chain: third^prize, speed Indicator, R. 8. Tolan Co. rpELI.8A STORY OF HEALTH. IT 18^the reflection of strength In all the^vital parts. A fac^ Is expressive of Joy and^i-.lrtli. caused by health, or of misery and^FUflerlng. caused by disease. Nerves that^arc Irritable and tired cannot give bright-^Bjaeg to the eye: blood that la sluggish^.annot make the rkeeks rosy: so III health^tells Its story, too. But nature provides a^cure for all auch troubles, DR.SANDEN'S ELECTRIC BELT Whencecomes the Joyous vital force^ From electricity^ailmal magnetism. Dr.^Sumlen s 1 lertrlc Belt saturates the vital parts with its warning, vitalising power,^which glass new life and healthy blood to nil parts of the body. It arouses the en-^cigy of youth and niHkes life a pleasure. Your Hell cured me of nervous dehltlty In addition to a severe case of blood poi^^son which I contracted In my work at the Parrot smelter here The effect of the^Lelt in my ease was surprising and wonderful. You can use my name If you wish,^as 1 am well known. ' writes J II. Oliver. 446 Atlantic street, Butte. Mont. Menor women w^io are weak, read Or. Sanden's hook, ^Three Classes of Men.^^It Is free, . a led from observation, by mull. H.INDENaUCNM CO., BM Ws.hlnxtnn htr.ft. Portland. Ore. AncientOrder of Hibernians Cel-^brate the Fourth of July. PROGRAMMEOF SPORTS MacCallum^ Cloutier 501-503KMt Park Avenuv Amic.mtia. ll/tislsi^ls^ls^l^lHSillW ' Mycountry. tU of the,^8wwt land of liberty,^Of thee I .lag. OTHRIHI TheAmerican Flag I'hlldof tli. aun,^T.. thee it'.givsn to guard^Tlir banner of tho tree. Andthe Star Spangled Banner In triumph shall wave^O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave. TheMost Successful Affair or the Kind^In the History of the Order In An^^aconda-Large Crowds and^No Lack of Fun. \Anaconda track Is eg Dec led this alter*^11..011. If the v.calher should prove pleas^^ant. Itwas reported lust night thai Frank^Van Ness waa to drive Monterey this^afternoon. Van Ness was .|Uitc a^^teamster^ ubout six yours ago.^II is not generally known, but il la a^I fact, thai two trainers now In Ana-^BSSssa have saddled up the winner of^the Futurity Van Ness won the race thewriter looks for Tammany Hall to with V.orello and Campbell with tigd.n^heat him out In the last km. yards, as^four and one-half furlongs Is as far as^Quicksilver wants to go. Thereis not much class to the start^^ers In the sixth race. Endymlon has robablyshown up the 1.. ,-t up to date^om Tucker should csptsre lbs last^race JimmyDusiln is now driving the^Wlnahlp harness horses. This piece of^news will be read with surprise by^many knights of the sulky now in this^city. The row between Wlnshlp and^Hodges at Denver has come In for con^^siderable comment and the sympathy^of the horsemen at Anaconda . sp cinl^ly those for the Colorado dr. uit. Is en^^tirely with Hodges, who land' .I back to^California with less than one hundred^dollars in his pocket. Hodges made the^mistake of his life In signing n 1th WIS-^ship. In the first place. Hodges had^Boydello and Hazel M.Kinney leased^for the season, but when h. a. cepted a^position to drive the Wlnahlp horses^one of the conditions was that Boydello^sad Hazel McKinney should b re^^leased to Winship. Hodges ^|.n trsctedto drive at lM |^,un.l.^ and a. -^cording to report, he half starved him^^self to keep down to weight. As Huzel^lieKlnney and Boydello are two of ih^best br.sd winners In the Wlnshlp^Stable, tt will resdily be seen thai^Hodges got all the worst of It The row^which had been brewing for some tliic^really culminated over the exercising of HorseTimers $6.50aid $8.00 W. E. Canned) , w ho has officiated on^the Judges' stand with Major Johnson ,^ond Dave O'Connor during the running j^races, halls from Nashville, and Is one^of the youngest race track olllclals In^ttM . ountry. He w ill act as patrol t^Judge as siH.n as Mr. Hopper arrives. Asan additional attracil. n for the^thousands who attend the races at An- j^aconda park this afternoon. Mr Daly^will have exhibited thro 2-year-olds^ryesa tbe Httter Rss4 sto. U farm. Joe I^H'a will drive one between each lust of^the |:|] tr.u, a half gstts from the^grand stand to the half-iull^ pole. The^youiiKst. rs selected to display tdSSsT I^speed at the trotting aalt are: laturels.^Lay ally by Prodigal, dam Laurel I by^Snide Wilkes; Cuprum, brown gelding^by Prodigal, dam Candida, by Dictator:^Sybarite, bay gelding by Prodigal, dam^Extravagant, by Woodnut Forsanitary plumbing, steam and hot^win. r hestlng. sec Young * Dezell. Noneas gisid as a Furlong tire. FagunA Lupb n have the nicest line^of track harness In town HadHi- LSSJ lln.kra. p.!iv. r\man Mav. who is cmplov. .l^by his brother. I, It May. of the Ana^^conda Meat rSSgpatay, had his leg^broken late Saturday night I'. was^delivering goods in the upper pan of ,^the town nNn the wheel of the wa^p^n^came In ^.^n'act with a large reel la th street, Iks coin.-' a throwing Mr. Mayfrom his seat to the ..round and^breaking his leg. He was retnov.d ...^his limner's house and surgical at tt nd- |^Bjses was secured. VanCamp's macaroni and . hers. jLemhke won. time 5:02 1-5; Lyons sec^ond. c. R. Morgan third.^The officers in charge were: Timers^^' F. H. Wright. J. A. Haaley. R. de B.^. Smith. Judges^John Hamll. L. A.^1 King. It. M. tlrelg. Starter^O. A. Shoemaker.Referee^H. H. Hamilton,^j Master of ceremonies. Bart Kennedy,^i Announcer. J. A. Haaley.^1 There was some doubt expressed as^I to the possibility of pulling off the road^: race to-day. but an examination of the^road yesterday evening by F. B. Wright^found it In good condition except a^, stretch of two miles this side of the^! 11 ad house. There has lieen 40 entries^mad. The riders will leave Hutte at^12:10 o'clock and will finish In front of^I J. T. Carroll's, on Park avenue, and^' should reach here about 1:45 p. m. MmWith Indium.^It Is not true that the Hibernians are^In a lawsuit with the Indiana on ac^^count of the downpour of rain. Rut It^Is true that Dr. Klnehart. the dentist,^is dolmr a tine and prosperous d.Ttnl^business. VanCamp's macaroni and cheese attestISSla called to the aiH'clal time^ntrd f..r July 5 on the Montana I'nion.^SPECIAL TIME CARP, JL'LY i^nil Monday. July 5. the Montana I nlon^will run trains between Butte and Ana-^eenda SS the following schedule:^1....... Anaconda.Leave Unite, Iton a. m.7:UU a. m. II0S a. m.10:15 a. m 2:0ft^^. m12:01 p, m. .^^ p. m1:1i p. m. !i:iOp. m.' ^^' ^ in II p. m. rial flERRILUS Monday.July ith. the I!, v. * p. Jty.^will run special trains a.i follswi^Leaving Butte. Leaving Ar^1:00 a. m.Mia in. 1000s. ni.11 :^*^^. m. 100 p. 111.: I 1 in. 5:00p. m.,^ ' p .n. 10:00p. m.i 1 l; *^ in-Inight, 1100fare round trip -:ithcr dir.-ct.os, VanCamp's macaroni and cheese. TheyHill Parade.^The members of the t}. A. R w III meet^to-day at the post rooms at 10 a. as.^They will be Joined In the parade by ihe^Wolf Tone Ouarda and the 80ns of V^t-^ersns. The line of march w ill he taken^up ^*er the principal streets of the cltv.^finishing at the Mnntsna. Hers the ex^^ert laia of the day will la.- held, lb^,V. T. Fuster will deliver the address,^which will Ih- followed by Ihe reading^of Ihe Declaration of lnde|^enden . *^Commander Waterbury. Thtre will^also be singing. Thetrout stresms adjoining Hatnil-^t. n are in splendid condition and good^catt hes are made dally by guests of i theRavalli. TheFight of theC-ntury. A portfolio^sf hslf tones, on calender** paper^2}^cents and one Standard coupon. 1 TheAncient Order of Hibernians did^tlK' thing up brown yesterday In their^picnic at the park. The threatening^weather had a little discouraging effect^at first, but as sinm us the sun came up^there was a steady stream of visitors to^the park. In the morning there was a^street parade of members of the order^and the society af sts. Peter and Paul^after w hich the march was tuken up to^the park. Everyone had a grand time and took^the Interrupting showers good natured-^ly. All the various means of amuse^^ment at the park were utilized. The^programme el sports attracted close^sttenllon and led to many ludicrous sit^^uations which were appreciated by the^crowd of Interested spectators. The^dam lug hall was especially w ell pat^^ronised both In the afternoon and even^^ing, and It was late before the picnick^^ers left for their homes. Thewhole affair was an umiualllled^nuccess from beginning to end and the^programme of sports was carried out in^s style that excelled anything the soci^^ety has heretofore attempted. 1'sually^In amateur sports there Is more or leas^friction, but yesterday owing to the^tact of the managers and the good na^^ture of the contestants there was not a^hitch anywhere. There was great sport^when the Indians had their greased pig^chase which ended In the capture of the^porker by Lorenso The winners of the^contests are as follows Mensbicycle race. Dick Ryan; boys'^blcycil race, Ixuenzo Truscott; 100^yards foot race. Tom Misire putting^light shot. Miles Kelly; sack race, Ray^Sherlock; boys' foot rate. Ray Sher^^lock, fat men's race J. li. Murphy first,^M Cullcrton. second: three-legged race,^Simpson and Clark: Indies' feet race,^Mrs. O'Donnell: standing long jump.^Dan Kehce: running long jump, T. Dil^^lon, high Junii . T Dillon: first greased^pig. Ryan and Sulliv an; second greased^pig. Lorenzo, pole vault. J. M. Sulllvun:^little girl's foot race. Loretta Sullivan;^wheelbarrow rate. James Ryan first^and J. M. 8ulllvan second: standing^high Jump. James Noonan: tub race, F.^Ryan: throwing heavy welvrht. John^McAndrews; best gentleman waltser.^afternoon. Howard Mendenhall. best^lady waltser. afternoon. Miss May^Mouthers: la'St gentleman waltzei. eve^^ning, Joe IVndergast. best lady waltx-^er owning. Miss Mamie I Mean; ledy^Jig dancing. Miss Morris: gentleman jig^dancing. Tom Dillo hollaticriou* M lien (large I. I'r.im1I.0 Kan*.!* 1 ii; Sun Nearlyall of the so-called outbreaks am^merely the fruit of full stomachs and not^enough exercise These .li^turb:inees do^net h^e-^en whore the Indium are kent^busy. 80 long aa the government violates^natural law by furnishing ih. Indians^l.i. 11,1 not earned In the sweat of their^Sffws - lust so King w ill ithost dances and^niurderoiis rnlda occur. Ihe young StSSttS^niir-i work oft ateam In some way and^they always fJM SSMty of old-timers with^bed hearts ready to .use them 011 to de\-^tlmeul. VICTORIA'SDEBT. WisconsinMnn Maya She Owes Hint S1O0^for a Dog So'd to Her. Janesville(Wla.) Corr. Milwaukee Sen^^tinel. QueenVictoria, with all her millions^of wealth, is to-day debtor to a resident^of this city to the amount of 1100. Dr.^William Home says she owes him that^sum. He sold her a Newfoundland dog^and she did not settle the bill. In 1H48 I^Dr. Home, then a resident of England,^was the possessor of a valuable blue-^blooded dog. The animal was of the^Newfoundland breed and was so ad^^mired by all that many people suggest^^ed to the doctor that the dog could be^transferred to the royal kennels. (SeorgvR. Home, a brother of the^doctor, who Is now located in Australia,^was. elurlng his residence In England,^Intimately acquainted with nu mbers of^the royal family, and especially with^Prince Albert. Mr. Home frequently^made business transactions with the^prince, and once told him of the merits^of this much-prised dog. Theidea of the animal finding a place^in the queen's kennels seemed to please^the prince and the deal was at once^i loacd. The doctor, feeling highly elst-^ed over the honor, set about to prepare^Ihe animal fur shipment and a box that^was fitted without and within with^safety appliances In order that the^beast might not be hurt, was soon pre^^pared. The Journey to the royal ken^^nels was then begun. The price agreed^on was equal to about 1100 In our^money. Weeks, months and years^passed, the doctor says, yet he did not^receive his stipend for that dof. nor^did he even receive thanks. Seveialletters from 'he doctor's pen^were addressed to different merrbers of^Ihe royal family asking for an explana^^tion, but none of them was answered.^The venerable doctor is now of the opin^^ion that the prospects of receiving his^pay from the queen are not of the^brightest, so he has charged the 1100 to^the profit and loss account. AnacondaLivery Stable D.0. BROWNELL, Prtsrittor. Buggies,Horses and Saddles for Hire WhenB'reedoin from her mountain heights Unfurledher standard to the air,^She tore the azure robe of night Audset the Stars of Glory there. That'spart of what Joseph Rodman Drake said about the American Fla,i,^on May 2^. 1819. It is over seventy-eight years ago, yet the same feeling of^pal 1 let Ism still exists in the hearts of all Americans to this day, and will for^^ever and forever. The business world la the life proof of this. American man^^ufactures. American Industries now lead the world, and the American work-^Ingnicn and women are its kings and queens, ao let us nut forget this and al^^ways patronise our uwn industries. DuringThis Week We Will Hake Special Prices on All^Lines of American Made Qoodi. fb% UNIONIRON WORKS BUILDERSOF MININGMACHINERY i anFrancisco, California. SENDFOR CATALOGUES. -*4 AlanProprietor of l'a^^enx^r. Hsjgsga ami Kx prataLine, t'ontt.ftiont mail,^with all train-. Ilffl.e and Stable Flnt Street. Antennas. BEFORE004NO TO THE from Races Ossst Osr 3t^s Watch $7-50 up. 112114 Commercial A^.. Aaaeonda. Repairingof C'ompli. ated Wstrhea^a Spatially. AGreat Bargain Owingto my Inability to successfully^conduct my store and ranch at the^aame time, I have concluded to offer^my ranch for sale at a great sacrifice.^It Is located live miles east of Anacon^^da and one mile north of Warm^Springs, contains 120 acres under fence,^water rights, residence and sufficient^outbuildings. I will sell with Imple^^ments for 14,100; 13,000 cash, balance en^time. It la just the place for the dairy^business, good markets being near St^hand. The price is a trifle legs than IS^per acre and less than I paid for it.^Title unquestionable. Apply or address^Peter Lansing, Deer Lodge, Mont. 00H^^^0^^^^^H^^KX^-^^^X ATip. Fromthe t'lnclnnstl Knqulrcr. SheHow slip II is for a young man to^rock a boat with a lot of girls In It Just^to hear them screwm HeIt Is focli.h. but still s fellow likes^to hear them. W.II they would scr. am Just aa loud^if they s-ere kissed.'1 'W. M. THORNTON FireInsurance HtprritntlBtf tl ^^^ Leading Fortlfi nod^Aiu*^ri-in Com pan let. j ANACONDA, ^ HONTANA a CHICAGODYE HOUSE -WARRENS OnTuesday, July 6. wc ^ ill inaugurate YOURMAILORDERS U16E^*t CoMaaerclat. An Theonly plut-p In AnHronda that dors^flrst-clasa work tn rleanlna; and pressing^nrn'o clothvu. women'* drr***^. rtlks, kid glovesand tint* wearing apparel. Our .^charges are moderate. Be pure and go to^tho right plate. 31. Kn^i Commercial ave- ! nue.Anaconda. TheGreatest Clearing Sale Bverattempted In Montana. There is not a thing in Ihe house but^what Is new and of this season's purchases. You know how the^weather lias been. Christmas wen:her in July. We arc conse^^quently loaded up with warm weather goods and must clean them^out at any eost. We prefer to lose big and lose quick, so we throw^on the market OurEntire Stock of $50,000 Wccan't help It; it must go We won't carry ..ver a dollar's^worth of Summit Goods. The purchasing public will take advant^^age of this. Everything;Goes--Buy Now and Save Big ANACONDA.MONT.^The handsomest aud mos- elegantly^sppolnted hotel In the West. Fireproof.^All modern conveniences. Service strict^^ly first class Rates. 13 30 per day ard^upwards. Q. W. REYNOLDS, jggj. WARREN'S 409East Park Avenue Anaoondn,Montana X^OWKX^^^0^^^X^~6