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Tilt 1RTt MOURTAIR'S ANACONDA D1IRTHEAITE
FrIXDTltIDATtSII
IOR OAUCUS, PRIXARIEB AND C
CITY CONVENTIOti.
COMMITTEE MET LAST NIGHT P
Republicans Getting Ready for the B
Spring Election-The Apportion
ment of Delegates Eas Been
Agreed Upon.
v®04))$ i 4 4.
o Mass caucus at city hail l
0 Thursday evening, March 13, at tO
*8 p.m. 4)
* Primaries, Tuesday, March 18, )a
4)4 to 7 o'clock I). in.
4 City convention at city) Tues- *
4 day, March 25, at 8 o'cloclK p. m. 0
0 4)
(Special to Inter Mountain.) a
Anaconda, March 11.-At 't meeting of a
the republican city central committee g
held last evening, the above named dates r
were fixed for the 'holding of a caucus, k
primaries and convention, by which f,
means one candidate in each ward of t
Anaconda will be placed in nomination a
for alderman, to be voted for at the
municipal election to be held on Mon
day, April 7. a
At the mass meeting to be held next
Thursdky night the republicans of the
varipus wards will meet and make up t
their selection .of. delegates to the city 6
convention, which are to be balloted for
and elected at the ward primaries, to be
held on the 18th inst.
The places of holding the primaries t
will be announced later, the committee '
being unable last evening to learn just
where available room for the purposes I
stated could be had.
On the evening of Tuesday the 25th "'
Inst. the delegates declared elected at t
the primaries will assemble in conven- 11
tion at the city hall to place the al
dermanic candidates in nomination.
The basis of representation will be one
delegate for each twenty votes cast at C
the city election, held a year ago, for t
Dr. H. W. Stephens for mayor.
Apportionment of Delegates.
This will give the convention n total
of 78 delegates. apportioned among the
various wards he follows:
F irst w ard............................ 10
Second ward..................... 11
Third ward.......................... 10
Fourth ward............................ 17 t
Fifth ward......................15
Sixth ward............................. 15
COPPEROPOLIS ATHLETIC CLUB.
Young Lady Athletes Held First Meet
ing Last Night.
(Special to Inter Mountain.)
A4:aconda, March 11.-The Iuopperopo
Its club, the ladies' auxiliary of the
'i'ventleth Century, club, held its first
nueting last night in the club rouhms of
the latter.
The young ladies are receiving a com
plete course of instruction in club t
swinging, dumb-bell exercise, bag- 1
punching. etc., and show unexpected
prfiicdencmy in those lines,
IN POLICE COURT.
Two Plain Drunks Represent the
Night's Business.
( p:cial to Inter Mountain.)
Anaconda, March 11.-Two victims at
the city hall this morning. Hugh Tolan,
a plain drunk, and a boy about 15 years
of age, who was picked up at the cor
ncr of Park and Cherry streets this
morning, so drunk as to be absolutely
helpless.
Tolan was let off with a nominal fine.
The boy was so drunk he could not
be wakened nor his name learned,
margaret i neater, AnacOnOa
Ii. r. COLLINS, Manager
Wednesday, March 12
The James B. Deieher Company Present
the Entinent Shakespearian Star,
CHARLES B. HANFORD
Supported by the Beautiful
HELEN GRANTLY
in Shakespeare's Best ,Comedy,
The Taming he Shrew
Seats on Sale. Prices, $1.50, $1.00, 7,e.,
6k'. and 25c.
L. F. VERBECKMOES
Jeweler Optician
Eyes Examined, $1; to ap
ply on glasses if ordered
within five days. A
fine lot of new railroad
watches just received. A
few second-hand watches are on sale at
a special low price this week. 116 East
Park.
The Daly Bank and Trust K
K Company of Anaconda. i
V, '-Anaconida, Montana
General banking in all branches,
Sell exchanges on New York, Chi
cago, St. Paul, Omaha, San Fran
cisco, etc., and draw direct on the
V rincipal cities of England, Ire
land, France, Germany and the
Orient. Deposits of $1.00 and up
ward recelved.
V Correspondents
National City Bank, New York; M
First National Bank, Chicago; M
First National Bank, St. Paul; M
Omtba Watltoal Bank,. Omaha; 4
Bank of California, San Francisco, a
John R. Toole, Pres.; M. B. Green- g
Vwood, V. P.; Louis. V. Bennett, 4
Cashier; F. C. Norbeek, Asst. Cash, 4
4x~ýx ýxýx x x~x
INDIANS AT WAR l
"HIEX ROCKY BOY ABOUT TO LOSE C
HIS POWER.,
PA-PA-WEE OPPOSED TO HIM I
Because He Wants the Government to 2
Allot Them Land to Settle Upon
-Hutinous R.. S&Ans
Told to Go.
(Special to Inter Mountain.)
Anaconda, March 11.-There is mutiny
In the Chippewa Indian camp, east of I
town, and indications are that Chief
Rocky Boy, whose word has been law
among the members of the tribe in the
past. Is likely to lose his power over at I
least aI part of his band.
Had a Rough House.
Iteports recelved in Anaconda are to
the effect that old man Rocky Boy had
a: rough house of it a day ot two ago,
and that the situation bef mie so ag
gjvateld that the chief informed his on
roly followers, headed by an Indian
known as Pa-Pa-Wee, that utess they
forthwith stopped creating discord fn
the tribe they coild park up their tepees
and move on.
Rocky Boy's Progressiveness.
It Is reported that the trouble camne
aibout in this manner: The tribe is an
itinerant lot, at least they have been In
the past; being without a reservation to
go 'to, they have drifted about from place
to place.
Rocky loy has become tired of this
mode of living, and sent forth the edict
that as soon as the "Big Father" in
Washington gave the1m some land they
would settle flown ul.o.t it and begin to
live more as white folks do.
tie explained to the tribe that every
year wonditions wr '' getting harder for
them; the en 'rot 3hm3n3 t of civilization
has cut off their hunting grounds and
very little game- could he had any3
moire.
TTheir blankets, 11ith their bright
streaks of color, were getting fewer;
their herd of ponies waa fast becomuI:g
diminished: in fact. the tribe teas grad
ually getting more and 33ore lovclty
stricken.
Applied for Land.
The chief engaged the Synmlathy of
an An3conda attorney recently and that3
gentleman made' application to the gov
ernment for 3n allotment of land for
these Indians.
The matter is nowt pending, with tho
prospe!t of favorable action.
A letter came a few days ago iringin;l
e33 our3agemnt tR 1ocky l'y.
lit promptly summoned the Landl to
gelher and gave out the ne11s.
Pa-Pa-Wee Talks.
Pa-l'a- Wee and several others who
were in sympathy with him entered
stren1ous objections to procet ding fur
ther in an effort to get land. Pa-Pa
Wee declared that some of the hand di1
not want to settle down and live upon
land like the 'pale faoe."' On the con
t1.3'y, they wanted to (o3tinute a r3 'ing
life and drift about from place3 to ' ilac'
just as they had l13 the p31s.
Were Told to 'Get Out.
It was at this point that Rocky tity
told those opposing him to go ahead and
di ift for themseive'.. But here another
obstacle presented itself.
Itovky Boy would not permit them to
take away any ponies or pollthed horns,
sq they still remain lii camp, but their
tepees are pitched off some distance
from those of Rocky B3oy and those loyal
to hinm.
VETERANS TO EAT BEANS.
Annual Function of G. A. R. Takes
Place Tomorrow.
(Sptecal to Inter Mountain.)
Anaconda, March 11.-The veterans of
George G. Meade Post, No. 16, G. A. It.,
have completed arrangements to give
their annual bean hake tomorrow be
tween the hours of 10 a. rn. and 12 o'clock
midnight.
The veterans look forward to this event
each year with considerable interest.
It serves as a reunion for the old sol
(1iers: when reminiscences of the sth'
ring tInes of the war of the rebellion are
recalled and tales of their experiences
on the battlefield are retold.
An interesting program in connection
with the bean bake has been arranged
for. The vacant store-room at 316 East
Park avenue has been engaged aor this
occasion.
JORN '. PLATT RESIGNS. a
Severs Connection With the Electrical
Workers Union.
(Special to Inter Mountain.)
Anaconda, March 11.-John T. Platt, a
president of the Electrical Workers'
Union, last night tendered his resigna
tion, being now in a different line of
business. Ernest Seidler was elected to
fill the vacancy.
Seidler was formerly foreman and his
place was filled by the election of Charles
Kirsh.
Mr. Platt, the retiring president, has
long been prominent in the union.
He recently accepted the position in
the Modern Woodmen, left vacant by
the death of W. C. Austin, hence his
resignation.
L
Charged With Robbery.
(Special to Inter Mountain.) a
Anaconda, March 11.-Bert O'Neill and
W. F. Berry ware taken before Justice t
Quane at 3 o'clock this afternoon to
answer to the charge of robbery. They
are accused of robbing Charles Ronain,
a barber, of $45. The amen were ar
rested recently on the charge of assault
In the first degree.
Info mation Against Doreen.
(Special to, lIter Mountain.) ]
Anaconda, March 11.-County Attor- t
ney Duffy Biled an Information in the
district court this afternoon against I.
P. Dorsen, charging him with grand I
larceny. ]
A SP[CIAL.M[1TINO
OF BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS
SIONERS IS CALLED
FOR NEXT MONDAY, MARCH 17"
Mill Creek Road Petitions to Be!
Brought Up for Consideration- ft
Other Matters to Receive
Attention.
(tipecial to Inter Muontain.) 't
Anaconda, Marvh ii.-Chairman Willi
lam Kelliher of the board of counvy
commissioners has called a special see
slan of that body to be held next Mon
day at which time a number of ti
portant matters will comec up for consid
eration.
The first matter to be disposed of will
be the cancellation of warrants returned
by the county treasurer during the past
year.
The matter of the petition of Waiter
t. tton and others opposing the change
of the Mill Creek road an nasking the
hoard to reconsider its former action
relative to the petition of Morgan Evans
and others.
Another order of ntsiness wili be to
lake up and arrange for the service of
redemptions on delinquent prI1elriy for
the year 189H and to i oiitilete any onn
tinished business of the regitlr session.
COMMISSIONERS TO MEET.
Will, Have Four Days of Special
Session This Month.
(Speciatl to Inter Mounitain.)
Anaconda, M 'ichI ii.-The board of
('nointy comlisnintlors will m'et in 8sit
clal session Friday and Saturday niorts
ings and bea'use thii amount of busi
n'ss cannot be transacted in that lengtIi
of tile another special n1et lig was
called this morning to be hIl' Monday,
March 17, and continue during Tues=
Gray.
At the first meeting fl(th warlnI its re
tin(ned to the county treasurer during
the past year will be cancelled, and (rny
Antnibshed business of the l'st regular
session will 'e Itken up.
Monday Is is pTrposd d to con.ler the
road petitions unlit befoire the board.
Of these, tilmt it Important is sIgned
by Walter iiti ton and 7't others, and ih
an objecition to t'he changing of that
part of the highway east of the city
that Is high and dry and has been dur
ing past years nit t In exctgllent condr
tioin at the expense Ilf the county. Sev
oral other petitions of mine,' imspor
tinne hav"e also been presenti'd.
Another matter to he consideral hiy
the hoard Is to lake Ili andt arrange for
the serv'i,' of redemnptiontt of d,"lin
<tu,"nt property for ti' yeiy- 11198.
HOLD SPECIAL MEETING.
School Board and Architect Will Talk
Thursday Night.
(Spei 181 to Inter Mounntain.)
Anaconda, March 11. --Thur4,day night
ii speclal meeting of the school board
wgill he held antd a tonsultation held
with Architect Kein about advertising
for bids for the r ew high school build
ing.
Mr. Kern will by that thne have com
pleted the building plans and tpeel
flcations and it is hoped to get thi work
of building started some time in April.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
At the Montana. 4
Frank Nase, St. Louis.
A. Harrison, Chicago.
C. W. Spenccr, Mt. Paul.
W. S. Kozumisky, San I'rantwi.co.
11. F. Auger, Butte.
George J. Law, Indianapolis.
J. W. Siedin, city.
James M. Leszynsky, New York.
J. P. Charming, New York.
it. 11. Charming. Jr., Salt Lake.
J. E. Whatley anl wife, Itutte,
(leorge F. Glaser, Denver.
(2. C. Callopy, Minneapolis.
11. A. Zekind, Chicago.
T. C. Kelly, Newton, N. J.
J. M. Mhoszlmway, New Yo.k.
W. M. Davidson, Butte.
Helen Grantly's Gowns.
(Special to Inter Mountain.)
Anaconda, March il.-One of the most
attractive featur s of t e revival of
"The Taming of the Shrew" is the gowns
worn by Miss Helen (irantly, who plays
Katherine. The garments were special
ly designed for her by Worth of Paris,
and it is said that in making them the
great dressmaker has surpaved all of
his previous effor t in stage attire. The
richness of the fabries, the exquisite pat
terns and the e aboracte embellishments
combine to render thew models of grace
and beauty. Wherev:r these dresses
have been s'en this season fi rninine the.
ater-goers have openly expressed their
admiration. Their east is rep irted to he
not less than $6,500. Miss Grantly iA
particularly well suited by nature to
wear such artistic and costly garmenthim
for she is o' striking personal beauty,
both as regards face and figure. Last's
summer the cable itashed the news from
London that her portra't had been se
lected by the photographers' convention
as an ideal type of Grec'an beauty.
"The Taming of the Shrew" in which'
the well-known Shakespearian star,
Charles B. Hanford, will pWay "Petru
chlo" will be presented in th!s city to!
morrow night at the Margaret theater.
Given by Children.
(Special to Inter Mountain )
Anaconda, March 11.-An Interesting
concert was given this afternoon in gt.
Peter's and St. Paul's or Austrian hall
under the auspices of the trsuliine Nuns.
The performers were all children, The
vocal ard instrumental selections given
by the little Schramm sisters, lately of
Mitsoula, was especially interesting.
REGISTtR VOiTRSA
WILL OOMXENOE NEXT MON
DAY AT THE CITY HALL.
1jOKS OPEN FOR TEN DAYS
zttIs Not Expected That There Will Be
a Full Registration 'hits Spring
But Republican. Are Urged
to Come Forward.
(Special to Inter lpuntain.)
\ snnsonda. March 1I.-Next Tuesday
the tank of registering voterN forthe np
Iiroathing munktsipal clet t!on twill t rnl
ntente at the city hall.
'TMi I ourd of reglatttutin ssppolintei
at th' last sesioln of the city counell
i's it i of Henry itedmond, J. A. Durby,
J. I". Wilner and James Hicks.
'T'hey will keep the books o(ten for tho
legistry of voters for at period of 10
days, nlot exclusive of tSunk sys.
For the city election hell a year ago
thirt lere, aplproximattely, 2,15o0 nines
luiti the reglistration llsts, aund out of
l'tai numnb't 2,1:10 voted for ths ththre't
samdidnIss for nsuyr.
Dtr. 11. W'. Stephens, the present.
lthayor, received 1,486 votes; Wiliturn Kot"
the i. Ti; vrotes, avid Taylor, the it izens'
earntudlte, 88 vot, s.
only six sldstsmntt are to he eletet'
.this year, and It Is hardly expected that
ht' rgi's'ittison will somls' up It that of
1sit yellr. However, it shall interest
a ill he taken In the appro sIhing Cilm
jtssin, un11 It hI shoviiten every repibiltnl
t p 'n that his4 lplmells itS Iglst all.
T'he deslsso's i ts all i e aI li1 e thil
strisig, which li the hest rsnson that re
p;slitnst l ut isssshi be eiuiltally to.
City AItsrnily t'. M. Sawyer m'de out
It ' 'ustomurl'y ntilltse to vot'il's today
stal the uame was posited Isy the s''istry
411;tsnIts.
Isarding to the notse' tih rt't'iirt
tslon offcle will Ie kept splln fromt t in. nt.
i 10. 1. m,. of s ath dity during Iho It im
sit ttiI.
tin Saturday. April Leh, it will he re
l l' ned for i orriett i nd1ul registratlion
,i v'l'rs ' hi r ups's' sisltvoidably labsint
aosn the fily during the ten duls pre
f- ding Mars hl 27.
LOCAL BRIEPS
A. L). T. mesasngers--prompit, reliable.
Astorney II. W. Itolers .iS In 1t li'ts'sts
shit's hok.
-+ 1--
'ttlsy was pay day at the loii 'r msd
s's susks.
J. A. WeVi rits hits re'ov'rses Itroil it
'14i15t I sluisibuttilJun.
I ts . W. Is . 5 1 er of the at lttty.
v Furth was it Ilutty vilsltor today.
Mtstk Inmun of uti.t Is Its she sity
fromt thu t' it renewing sil aisslusltttans.
II. l'.sautnintg, manssssssr of the High
Ist it tsy lmins ss in iltah, was its the city
itlity.
5',o*ty Huperints'llden't of Sshools Miss
st1ry .tlslaughlls went to luutte this
fort non.
--4. -
I. II. M Ku y, a fornms'r well-known
ontru'ator ('f this sly, was foustd toal
Its Arizons recently. It i s j t 'itsved Itis
itt sts isul'' dii. IHe had been miasing
wint last Nivernmsr.
Notice, Republicans.
A as101s ('iUcUt Of t'p'UblitcaM will bo
hlcid at the city hall on Thursday eve
nJing, March 1t, at 8 o'clock, for the
putriose of ntining delegates to the city
rtipublican convention, the same to he
v'btled for and elected at the ward prl
aties to he held on Tuesday, March
litwwo''n thi' houre of 4 and 7 p. ni.
'(Tatens of holding primtariem yet to be
liet 'l.ied.) The i lity convention is called
'tl- meel at the city hall 'Tuesday eve
n ng, M:iarch 25, at 8 o'clock. Ity order.
61' republican tentrni commitite.
1'1111 I)ANIIELH, Chairnman.
(t. (1, ItPINIAIltI)I, Secretary.
Anaconda Church Notice.
(Spl'ial to litter Mountaii,)
Aniacondai, March 11.--(ierntani Lu
theran Herviies will be 11411 1) Itom rrotw
right at. 8 o'clock Ii the Hean'ti eaviatn
;churlh It1 oiledar struee.
It's Easy for Him.
(Detroit Free Press.)
l'ttini he nry cu'l afford to ie nletno
lrati . lie has no uncertainttes am to 11.
N((''I' 1)3 ItOOl7XIISTAATION IN AND
Oit T'ill- CITY OF ANACONDA.
Notie IF, ht'reby given that the (tine of
reglisration of the namesm of the qualified
'tlctors of the City of Anaconda, corn
jprising the First, Sel'nd, Third, Fourth,
tiF 'th and Sixth wards of said city, for
rho municipal election of said city of
'AnnIlonda, to he held on the 1st Monday
it April, 1902, (April 7th), will begin on
the 18th day of March, 1902, and will ex
3ire on the 27th day of March, 1902, The
'0istra1ion ofilce will be reupened on
peiturday, the tith day of April, for the
f( lllllldlation and registration of those
lwii "eIw unavoidably absent from the
lily during the ten days preceding 1the
27th day of March, 1902.
The place of registratiott for the Ana.
(onda wards in the said lity of Ana
(ouda, will he at the poll court rooms
Ill the city hall, corner Commercial ave
tlo and Cedar street, in the said oity of
ltaconda, and will be open for the
registration of qualified electors of the
pail city between the following hours:
at 9 a. m. to 10 p. at. of each (lay during
,the <'s above mentioned.
HENRY REDMOND,
JAB. A. DARlY,
JAB. HICKS,
J. S. WISNEIR.
Memibers of the Board of R glst'2atlon
for the said City of Anaconda, Mont.
Dated this 11th day of March, 1902.
Copper City Comniercial Co.
ORAND SPRING OP[NINO
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
March 13, 14, and 15. Millinery Opening. First
showing French Pattern Hats Thursday afternoon.
Music 2 to 5 p. m.
General opening Thursday evening. Music
by full orchestra 7:30 to 10 p. m. Store will close
Thursday, S p. m. and open 7:30 p. m. No goods
sold after 5 p. m.
The Copper City
Anaconda - - - Montana.
XXXX XXXXXXX XXXX)00 XXXXXX X
NOTIt' .
ANA' NI IA, MINTI., March II. 11)912.
'I'4e4nnatI'r and itiiiI ntuhlunwn's M non No.
1110, ntnels tonight at Turn4'r hull.
ii'renfter ta4 tings will h1 he1 l 4v i'ry
4e4 and nn,! fourth T'4uesdays id ea'3h
01onlth.
A. J. NE~lA.HI'N, $rt4y.
Militia at Dillon.
(4p)rial to Inter Mo3untain.)
Mellon, M1arch' iI. --ITh .n ljnttiuI u n
('rai will mtuster' In it te~nnainny of slate
millitin at this pla1's on April 2 For
4s4w' tint,' the I l4n youths hunt' h14 l
anxious to orgnnis.4'or 1 nt4illry drill
13g. 334d Mr. .1. Young has been n4tively
4 .ngage4' in enisting lilth v ltunteers. A
full c4o4ni4ny h1s now 443n en43red oi4
the volun1Iteer' lIst and will ht' mustt ered
in mad offirlutlly (organized by Ithe nd
Jutiul gon43ral on3 We'1v441ne43y, April 2
Seem to Have (,verlooked That.
(Atlanta . 3nurnal.)
i-44 tir no senator 4444444s to have1
Thought of trying 4t findl ou4 what th4e3
V''li4134nos think of 4;44'rnor T3 ll.
THE TRAIN
OF 1902
Is the new "Great Western
Limited." the most sumraptu
ously equipped train run.
ning every night between
St. Paul and Minneapolis.
and Chicago and Kansas
City via .. .
Chicago
Great Western
Railway
J. P. ELMER,
General Passenger Agent,
CHICAGO. ILL.
LTTIIII
Six Million Dollars Spent
BY THE
Union Pacific R. R. Co.
In im3provlig wIht was o13iginally
th ine3st track li III W ost,
RESULT
A nuitaratively straight and levI l
roadbed ballasted with 1tistl4ss
1hermnan granite, rendering po4si
ble the highest rate of speed, 1o
gether with the grJat4'st d4eg roe o4
safety. The m3agnitude of the
work must be 44''3 to be 4ippro.
e13ated.
WHAT DOE4 IT MEAN?
ol4d 44o34for44, w1ourity and pl1a1urt
to our patrons.
ARlE YOU (J(41Nl; EAST?
if so, you cannot afford to go via
any other tha4 this itOYAV 111H11l
WA Y. Further infornation on up
pli)'ation personally o4 by letter to
H. O. WJiMON, O. HL.,
f3utte, M4ont.
B.A.bP.m. . Co.
TIME TABiE.
I tfectlve 12 to I a. m. March 2, 1902.
T' ains leave Ii. A. & P. depot for Ana
conda as follows: 7 a. rn.; 10 it. mi.;
12:,,0 l. mn.; 0:15 p. nii.; and 11:30 p. in.
L*,eve Aaia' otit for Biutte, 8:30 a. mn.;
11:20 it. m.; 3 p. m.; 7:15 p. m.
Fun-~eng""! s 'hanrge for Northern 1'a.
..ile train at Purant to connuect with
Northern Pa ific Overland.
At Logan via Jiutte: Lcavu Aana
condita it 11:20 a. in.
Trains leaving Annaconla at 3 p. m.
irtni' .t at ilver Bow with Oregon Short
liie for trains east, south and west.
Triains connoting with Great Northern
ait tlutte leave Anaconda 8:30 a. m. Atnd
7:1r4 p. m.
Tickets for sale for all points local and
through on the Great Northern railway.
Oregon Short Line ri'lroad and Northern
Pacifie railway and their connections.
Ftaeasehip tickets for sale to 11 ;olnta
!n 3ZCDrope by th above 2lnes.
GSEAS
The Best friend
the Northwest
Ever Had
*The Road That Made the
Northwest Famous."
LEAVEM EIIUTTE.
For St. Paul and East,
daily .....................8:30 p. m.
UIeut IFullin loual, daily....9:4 a. m.
AIIItUVEM 1BUTTE.
Fruin Ht. Paul, daily.......9:4G p. m.
From (Irpat I'ull and Hel
engi, daily.................3:C0 p. m .
FULL. INFORMATION FRO)M
City Ticket Otilce, No. 41 North Main.'
+treet, butte. J. 10. Dawson, General
Agenlt.
THU PEOPLII'S FAVORIT; ROUT U
For All Points
oRTH AST, WEST, SOUTH
% Z AND NORTH
Uncxceled for Safety
qSpeed and Comfort
S BUTTIE SCHElDULE1
Arrive UDepiri
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train up-1n for neenu
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Denver ... . .. . 11.59 am
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'po11n1) wvnL ...... L30,p.m.ý 9.35 a,11
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dully ,.x,"1pt Hun.
day; Twin Hridg, H
Tueusday, Th'us'rn
dlay and Hatur'day;
Norol'I ,n'l PuFny,
Monday and Alt-
day: leaves fron
N. I.t local freiht.
<iopot 1....... .10 p. M! 5.00 am.
Office Cor. Park and Plain Sts., Butte,
W. H. MERRINI AN, General Agent
.1'
Pullman Dining and
Library Car Route
TO
SALT LAKE DENVER.
KANSAS CITY OMAHA
CHICAGO ST. LOUIS
and All *astairn Pointa
Short Liue to
Colorado. Arizona and Mexico
+an Francisco, Los Angeles
(Ocean or Rail)
Portland
and All Paciftu Coast Poiats
Dapart..1:50 a. m. 8:00 a. m... Arrive
Depart..4:10 p. m. 5:20 p. m..Arrive
Ticket Office, 105 N. Main Street
Butte, Montana.
H. 0. WIl,004, General Agent

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