vV f 4.f jL ANACONDA. I 4 -f 4 4-f 4 .J CATHOLIC CLUB OFFICERS. (Correspondence Intermountain Catholic.) Anaconda, 3Iont., Jan. Ti. All of the time of the meeting of the Anaconda Catholic, club Wednesday evening, Jan. 3, was taken up with the election of officers. of-ficers. There was to have been a debate de-bate on the question as to whether or not the United States should extend its sympathy to the Boers in the present war, but the election -was more exciting excit-ing and the debate was potponed to-the to-the next meeting, which will take place one week from last night. The contest con-test for office was all a good" natured one and was carried on by the friends of the contestants entirely. At times four or five ballots were necessary to a choice, and as there was a large attendance this took time. The officers chosen: were elected largely from the temporary organization, the president, secretary and treasurer being the same as those who served in these positions-during positions-during the preliminary stages of the club. The list cf those elected is as follows: President. J. E. McDonnell; first vice president, James P. Foley; second vice president, Peter Towey; secretary, W. J. Wallace; assistant secretary, sec-retary, E. E. 31cDonald; finacial secretary, sec-retary, W. H. 3Iahoney; treasurer. L. F. Verberckmoes; trusttes. T. J. 3Iur-phy, 3Iur-phy, John T. Casey and Rev. Father Follett. At the nest meeting President 31c-Donnell 31c-Donnell will announce his appointment of committees.