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   Anaconda Standard (Newspaper) - November 3, 1912, Anaconda, Montana                                 THE ANACONDA STANDARD* SUNDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 3 1912.  9  Special Train to Southern Cross  The Butte, Anaconda & Pa* rifle railway will run special train for freight and passenger service Sunday, Nev. 3, on the following schedule:  LEAVE Anaconda pass, depot 8:30 a. rn.  Brown .............8 :B5 a. rn.  Maguire  .......9:15a.m.  8eba.............. 9.30    a.m.  Silver Lake........IO:IO a. rn.  Georgetown  IO: 30 a. rn.  Ar. Southern Cross. IO :45 a. rn.  LEAVE  Southern Cross......3:30 p. rn.  Georgetown ........3:45    p.m.  Silver Lake.........4:00    p. rn.  Seba ...............4:40    p.m.  Maguire ............4:55    p.m.  Brown .............6:15    p.m.  Ar. Anaconda.......5:40 p.m.  DAN ROACH FOR COMMISSIONER  We Fit Your Eyes to Glasses  Every appliance for such work ta Instilled in our optical department. Examinations of the eyes free.  Keppler Jewelry Co.  Established 1864  •AIT SANI ANS WIST Cl. OF AMMONIA  Capital art Sarplas KIMM  A OeneraI Banking Business Trane. acted. Accounts Solicited. Coe* respondence Invited.  m. J. BOWMAN. President.  JOHN R TOOJ.B. Vice President. •TOCKTON VEAZEY, Cashier.  I* a PUNK. Assistant Cashier.  A OU INTEREST  * /V tale os SAVINGS ACCOUNTI ly tho  ANACONDA NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL $100,000  Lawler & dimer  FUNERAL DIRECTORS 113 Main St., Anaconda  OFFICE NEVER CLOSED Boll Phono 29 Ind. Phono 109  Hunter  rn. ROACH.  Samoan**! oaaMsto for county occnmlesfoner, long tmm  r  FOR SALE  Large modem house, with beautiful ground!, on west side. This will b* mapped up soon.  ABBOTT & FORD  112 East Park.  (STANDARD WANT ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS  The democratic candidate for county commissioner, full s!s-rear turn, ta one of Anaconda's vary ablest, moat respected, moat upright, most popular business mon. Renttstng the Importance of this office to the people of Deer Lodge county, the • democratic county convention took pains to search the entire foreet reserve and •elect the very beat timber It could And. Dennis R. Roach la an old cttt-sen. a good citlsen, a tried and true citizen of Anaconda. He has serve;', the people admirably in the state legislature. He has been to the front In all sorts of civic functions, in Fourth of July celebrations, in tho entertaining of delegates to state conventions and similar gatherings held in the city, in devising ways and means to maintain Anaconda's reputation for enterprise and hospitality; in short, always willing, never shirk-Inc. he has borne far more than his full share of the burden and heat and drudgery' incident to all public undertakings in which, during the long period of his residence here. Anaconda has engaged. A man of hard, practical, common sense, his advice and counsel as to what might inure to the benefit of city an i c<*; nty. no less than his personal services in the execution of the plans finally agreed upon, have been eagerly sought after by his fellow citizens. Sound in his convictions, straight as a gun barrel in all his business dealings, clean as a whistle in every relation to his fellow men, ever modest and courteous in demeanor, ever shrewd and .sagacious in foresight, fearless in advocacy of what he believes to be right, firm and uncompromising In condemnation of whatever he may he convinced is  THE CONNECTION IS THE PLACE  Where a lot of plumbing originates. That is why we give particular attention to joining places. That is also why there is no after-trouble with plumbing done by us. Unless you are getting just that kind of plumbing you need us aa much as we want you.  J. A. HASLEY  Bdl 328 Black Ind. 132 Commercial and Oak Sis., Anaconda  This Is Truly The Season for New  Suits and Overcoats  And the men of Anaconda look to the Goodfriend store for the big stock from which to choose their winter clothing. We assert that the biggest values are given here for the price paid.  Suits in all the popular shades and fabrics and overcoats with adjustable or regular collars can be bough* here at a range of prices from  $15 to $30  Look Over Our Stock Today  Goodfriend Clothing Co.  Good Clothes  wroan, * man of high ability and un* Impeachable character, possessing the experience, capacity, courage and firmness which qualify him to make st onoa a progressive and a conservative commissioner, an unflinching exponent of democratic principles, an ideal American citizen—that's Dennis R. Roach, gentleman. Will his fellow citterns elect him? Well, watch them!  RAY REARDON FOR COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER  RAY REARDON.  Ha/ Reardon, democratic candidate for clerk and recorder, L one of Anaconda's most popular young men. He was born In Carroll, the old suburb of Anaconda, where stood th-' buildings constituting tho “old works.” Mr. Reardon has lived in Anaconda all his life, growing in esteem as he grew in years. He attended the city's public school, where his Industry, deportment and scholarship always merited and received the approbation of his teachers. He has always been a good union m’an, holding cards from both the iron workers’ and the mill and smelter men’s unions. Mr. Reardon will be a most courteous, obliging and intelligent county clerk and recorder. He numbers his friends by the hundred nod his majority next Tuesday will be a big one.  C. A. LEMMON. DEMOCRATIC LEGISLATIVE CANDIDATE  Charles A. Lemmon, one of the democratic nominees for the legislature, is a builder and developer. He is the chief engineer of Ute Hutte. Anaconda & Pacific railroad and has had  r  r  i  We Announce a Magnificent Showing of Superb Fur Coats, Wraps and Sets—Monday and Tuesday Only  You arc invited to attend this magnificent display, whether you intend buying or not. f he showing includes the entire sample collection of one of New Nork’s largest and most reliable furriers, which is in charge of a personal representative of *hc manufacturer, who will give expert information and attest their reliability.  You Will Save by Buying Now  ~........'    "TIT"" I I ......-    finn    ii...............tit.......-un    --in    —nu.......I"'" 1 ......... *'    "■'................ "ii    ■■  ..........   W~...     ■      .    —     -................  I bis rare opportunity offers a real basis for economy as well as a larger and more comprehensive collection to select from. The advantage of purchasing at this time is very decisive. You should place your order now .  Special Announcement—A Magnificent Showing of Superb Fur Coats, Wraps and Sets on Monday and Tuesday Only  The showing includes th** entire sample collection of one of New ^ ork s largest anil most reliable furriers. A personal representative of the manufacturer will he in charge of the din pl tv amt will give expert information as to the reliability.  This opportunity affords you not only a larger arui more comprehensive collection to select from, hut offers a rare opportunity to save, ami to save greatly.  Clonk and Suit Section on the Second Floor  j  j  work wan begun Mr. Le avilion announced that trains would he running Into Georgetown on Nov. I and on that day ore from the Southern Gross wu# carried over the new line to    the    j  smelter.  This Is characteristic of the man. He is a builder and he always make* good ; on what he undertakes, either In railroad building or legislative undertakings. He has held hts present po*!- i tion for the past eight years. He was J lmrn In Pennsylvania and before coming here he spent four years in the governmet service as an engineer.  ABOUT THE CITY  —-  See page 14 for additional Anaconda  f  news.  Mrs. It. F. Tolan is ill ut her home on Locust street.  P. M. Sullivan of Butte spent yesterday in the city.  James Shea of Georgetown Is In the city for a few days.  The L. C. B. A. will give a card party Nov. 14.—Adv.  Dr. A. C. Knight of Warm Springs is visiting in tho city.  E. Fern of the Hr 'horn Cro,-*s mine la a visitor in the city.  E. F. Rice of Rochester, N. Y., is a business visitor In the city.  Warren Hughes of Ralston was a visitor in Anaconda yesterday.  J. J. Roach of the Southern Gross is spending a few days in tho city.  M. J. Holland of the Southern Gross Is attending to business affairs in the city.  H. O. Yewell and family, who have been visiting at the home of Mr. and  Grand Theater  TONIGHT THE RED BARRIER  A Powerful Vitagraph Drama.  COLLECTION DAY  Good and Funny.  THE REDEMPTION OF SLIVERS  A Fine Dramatic Study fly the Es-sanav Company.  SPOONY SAM  Everybody’s Doing It.  Last Chance to Hear  WEST HARSH  Singing Comedian.  DEER LODGE COUNTY  DEMOCRATIC TICKET  For state senator—J. M Minor.  For representative#—C. A. Lemmon, J. H. Cole and R. R Johnson  For county commissioners—D. R. Roach (six years); P. J. Marron (four years).  For sheriff—Myles Kelly.  For clerk and recorder—Ray Reardon.  For treasurer—Jame# H Murphy.  For clerk of th# district court— lf. L. McDermott.  For assessor—Thomss F Murphy.  For county attorney—W. II. Tappet.  For county superintendent of ■chools—Mise MHbel Sharp.  For coroner Thomas J Murphy.  For public administrator— R. U Cronswhite.  For surveyor—E A. Crane.  For Justice of the peace—Thomas Roland  For constables—Robert Plunkett and C. lf. Tracy.  Alcazar Theater  TONIGHT  With Sunday Matinee at 2 p. rn.  ADVENTURE of SMELLING SALTS  A Detective Story Featuring Maurice Costello.  HOSPITAL HOAX  Screamingly Funny Situations From Start to Finish.  ANCIENT TEMPLES OF EGYPT  Scenic.  TERRIBLE TEDDY  Full of Western Atmosphere. Jimmie Chase Will Sing  THE ROSARY  Mrs. R. I Clayton the psst week, ha\o returned to Butte.  A baby girl was born yesterday at th*? home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kidney, 718 Birch etreet.  Jack Denny of the Southern Cross is spending a few days visiting with friend* in tho city.  F. J. Driscoll and R. W. Page of the Twilight mine have been spending a few days In the city.  Mr. and Mr*. Thomas Williams are the proud parents of a baby girl at their home. 617 Alder street.  Mrs. Delta McDonnell of O'ean Park. Cal., has sold to Joe Daly two flve-room houses located on Maple street.  The funeral of Mrs. Elisabeth King will take place from Tuttle# undertaking room# Monday morning, proceeding to Bt Paul's church, where mass will be celebrated at S o’clock. —Adv,  The Anaconda Juniors and the Stevens' Addition team of Butte will play football lh.# afternoon at the park. The game will he called at 8 SO. This is the first game of the season for the local team.  William Ricksick of Georgetown has received news that his son, William Ricksick Jr.. is ill at the navy hospital at Brooklyn and that another son, Rudolph, has I'’en operated on for appendicitis at ( hicago.  Candidates and voters, come and enjoy a grand dinner, friel chicken, roast pork, sweet potatoes, from 12:30 to 9:80 p. rn. at 21 Main street, Monday and Tuesday, benefit of Ladies’ Furnishing club, A. M. E. church.— Adv.  The butcher shop formerly occupied by James Miller will be reopened Monday morning, Nov. 4. by Fred M. Gotthardt on a cash basis. Nothing but the best in meats an I poultry will be carried In stock. If you want tho best and wish to save some money, give me a cal!.—Adv.  H. F. CARMAN’S DECLARATION  I, lf F. Carman, progressive candidate for state senator from Deer Lodg*. county, make the following declarations of my principles:  I believe In a free and uninstructed ballot. Any other is un-American and a menace to our free institutions.  I believe human right# should supersede property rights.  I believe the chief work of the state is the conservation of human life.  I believe in equal suffrage for men and women.  I believe in a standard of compensation for death by industrial accidents, injury and trail.- discases which will transfer th** burden of lost earnings from the families of working people to the industry, and thus directly to th. community.  I believe the people who elect an officer to represent them in county, state o** nation should have the right to recall In case the officer fails to represent the will of the majority of the people.  I believe the administration of our state institutions of higher education should be removed from the hands of a political board, and a permanent lncom* provided.  I believe in a system of prison production limited to state consumption and development only, to b** conducted in such manner as not to compete wiih free lapor, and the application of the prisoners’ earnings to the support of their dependent families; that such employment Is best for th? moral, mental and physical welfare of the prisoner, and relieves the freeholder of the burden of the prisoner's maintenance.  I believe that mining, agriculture, manufacturing and every other indust-y should be encouraged within the state; that wise, careful and conservative encouragement should be extended t«> each.  I believe It is the duty of a legislator, and I will if elected to the office of state senator, vote for the candidate for the office of United States senator receiving th** largest number of vote# at th** general election.  I believe, with the help of the ballot of an Intelligent people, that In time avo will solve by wisdom and righteousness every vexing problem, and we will have a braver, fairer, cleaner and a more prosperous Montana.—Adv.  C. A. LEMMON.  Democratic candidate for member of the house of representatives.  charge of the building of the extension to Georgetown, the greatest piece of development  v  undertaken In the county for many years. The day the  LAURA M. POWELL  Teacher of Piano  Six years’ experience under exponents of Leschetixky method. Studio 712 Chestnut street. Bell telephone 370K.  CARDINAL. RESPIGHI RESIGNS.  Paris. Nov. 2.—Th* Matin says Cardinal Respighi, vicar general to Pope Pius, has resigned, following an inquiry ordered by the pope into th# administration of the chancellor of the vacariat. Monsignor Faberi. which, it is alleged, established favoritism. The cardinal, according to the Matin, deemed himself responsible for his subordinate s action and tendered his resignation.  Entire Drri TUFA TCO Tonight and Change l\LLL I ii Eg A. I EK Tomorrow  Matinee at 2:15 for the Children.  BIG SONG AND DANCE ACT  An Act That Will Please Every One.  One Nisjht Only, “Harrity’s Dad.” Monday Night.  “TANGLED RELATIONS”  Victor Melodrama, Featuring Florence Lawrence. “HEARTS AND    “ALL    ON    ACCOUNT    OF  A RING**  Eclair Drama.  SKIRTS”  Nestor Funny Film  lOc-  “SURPRISING ELIZA”  Another Comedy, Full of Laughs.  ONLY  lOc  Some Show. Follow the Crowd.  The Great California Rodeo, Tuesday and Wednesday Only.  Were you ever better pleased than by an artistic photograph gift'.* Hunter’s studio, 122 East Park. S. T. Mel-ander, proprietor. Phone 3147.—Adv.  —  # .  Dr. D. E. Pearl, osteopath. Beaudry block. Ind. phone 1234.—Adv.  Standard Want Ads Bring Quick   

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