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AMERICAN MINING ASSOCIATION Plan of the New Organization as Adopted by the Recent Session of the Congress Held in This City--Names of Members. yNearly all of the delegates to the 1In ternational Mining Congress have left thl city. Some went before the meeting wa.s over, but the majority remained until the curtain fell upon the last scene yesterday afternoon: A. R. Gibson, chairman of the INew Mexico delegation, and his wife went 'South Wednesday with the Intention of spending a few days in Salt Lake before proceeding to their home in Santa Fe. The Deadwood delegation left last night for (Helena, but before starting gave three cheers for ilutte and the Mining Congress in the lobby of the Thornton hotel. They spent today in the capitatand will leave tor Deadwood this evening. )r. A. C. Reusing of Cleveland, O., one of the representatives of his state in the congress, left last night for Sheridan, Iladison county, where lie has mining in terests. Ile is one of the ownets of the Lake Shore properties. D)r. Reusing has taken a great fancy to IButte and in all likelihood will soon transfer himself from Cleveland to this city and practice his pro fession here. Majors' Resolution. Green .Majors of this city offered a verbal resolution in the congress which, if adopted, will be of inestimable benefit to legitimate mining interests, lie asked the congress to favor a law making it an of fense for a mining company or an alleged mitining company to s;ll stock when it does not own its property. Many so-rallel companies secure options on inmilinng clails solely for the purpose of selling stock in ground which they do not own, or may not hold ox any conditions, and it is to pnt an end to this class of will catting that Mr. Majors offered the resolution. As the resolution was not Introduced until towards the close of the session the chances are it will not be acted upon until tile next onc t jong of the congress. Under the new organtization it will not be easy for delegates to inject into the work of the lbody addresses, the contcnlts of which are foreign to the purposes of the congress. No socialistic documents or municlpal ownership papers will be al lowed to escape the eagle eyes of the exe cutive commnittee, to which they must be submitted before being read in the con gress. Uf they do ntot deal entirely withi mining or smelting or some other branl h of the business out they will go without ceremony. Names of the Memobers. The new congress. starts nil with a :ltlendid imemb-lership, as is delotnstrated by the large numbel r of delegates who signed the charter mctnltmrship roll at the close of the session yesterday. ''hecy at, as follows: F. R. ltuckley, Rolla. Mo.; E. 1.. Shafner, Clevelandl, U.; J. 11. Richards, loise, Idahli J. A. Ioliies, St. Louis; W. N. l)onbils,n,, Ibise, Idaho; W\Valtcr Harry Weed, WVashington, I). C.; WV. E. Conrad, (;Great Falls; Jolhn T'I. (Graysoup, Oregon; Frederick Resxingr, Seattle; II. ].. Joseph, Salt l.ake 'ity; Z. Z. McKeen, IMilford, Utah; T. IL. Manning, Boliise, Idaho ; I). I. (;illes, lhttte; A. I:. Stevens, Silver City, Idaho; (;eotge \V. McAllister, San Francisco; E. W. Martin, South Da kota: Joseph Merchant, \\'alla Walla, Wash.; Roswsll Mtt, I lHus"it, Tex.; J. C. Sherman, l'actola, S. ID.; M. A. Sher mant, l'actnla, S. I).: ). P. Grantz, Dead wood. S. I,.; M. W. Iloyle, White Oaks, N. M.; Edward Enderle, New ()rlcans; W. L. Kendall. Victor, N. M.; N. Nus jautn, Cleveland, (t. ; Sol Starr, Dead wood, S. 1). ; T'1. J. Ilarrington, John Gray, J. I'. Minter, \V. S. Elder, J. T. 'Hentley, DIeadwood, S. I).; I. May, l.ead City; S. D.; John ilnatchfordi, Terry, S. I).; George II. Phelps, P'ark county, Montana ; F. G. Stevenson, (;reen Iorn, (Ore. ; G. Thomas, Salt I.ake City; l)on Mc(Guire, Oregon, Utah ; Capt. "Jack" Crawford, San Marcell, N. M.; C. 1.. Dignowity, Salt Lake City ; F. E. lebe, Silver City, Idahot; S. W. ]Rusdell, Deadwood, S. ).; Fred Ilensold, Marysville, Mont.; J. ILattrell, Rimini, Mont.; M. Manuel, lIletnm; II. S. Clark, Bute; C. T. ]Brossn, Socorro, N. M. ; I'. S. Mussig bred, Garnct, Mont.; F. G. Reinert, Colorado Springs. Col. ; (;. I). Curtis, Butrte; A. G. Richards, l.aramie, \Vyo,; C. J. Smith, Butte; 11. W. Goodsell, Chi cago ; Frank J+. PlummeinCr, Minneapolis, Minnll. ; J. W. Neill, Salt lake City; J. II. Terry Chloride. N. M.; C. E. D)a tnours, Virginia City, Mont.; James I)ingevon, Butte; A. L.. Reusing, Cleve land, (.; V. P. Kinney, Buffalo, N. VY. Ella Knowles Ilaskell, Itutte; Miss Pauline 1.. Ilolland, taleua, IIII.; N. Rudock, Everett, \Vash.; May Arltwright Hutton, Wallace, Idaho; Albert Long, P'omeroy, \Vash.; F. J. Ilabcock, Grand Forks, N. D. ; I.. K. Armstrong, Slpokane, Largey Lumber Co. All Kinds of Rough and Drersed Lumber Estimates from plans cheerfully given. Spe cial attention to mill work of all kinds We rolicit your trade..OA Telephone 547. Office and Yards, Iron Stroot, East of Arizona St., Butte. Wash. ; 'IThotas II Jenkins, Albuqucritue, N. M.; ]lan Evans, Ashwood, Oire. Plan of Organization. The plan of tile new organizationl is as follows: Section i. That the present organiza tion, knowni as the Internationa l Mining Congress, lie re-organized into a perma nent organization on the plan outlined he low, and that this permanent organization be incorporated as the American Mining Congress. Sec. 1. 'That the object of this asso ciation shall be the promotion iin every possible way of the tnning industry. See. j. That the olticers of this as sociation shall be a president, three vice presidents, a secretary, a treasurer and ani executive committee, to consist of the above oticers andl three nllelthrs to be annually elected by the congress. Sec. 4. That the following additional committees be elected by the executive coimtiiittee: An advisory commntittee, to be rotm posed of one member frol eacti state; a committee on legislation, of five memntbers; a committee on membership, of seven Ilebihers; a cortntittee on transportation, of five inenlhers; a committee on pro gram, of five members, to which cotmntit tee each paper to be presented before any meeting of the association shall be sub mitted for approval in advance of said meeting. Sec. 5. Membershipl--Any pIerson ac tively associated with mitiiig, who, after his application has hbeen approved by the commlittee oil ntetl)ershi1p, shall pay a;t inititiation fee of five dollars ($5.ol), may Ibecomne an active membrner of this associa tion, and thereafter he shall pay in ad vance an annual fee of two dollars ($.tto,, ;tid shall vote and enjoy all other duties usual to nt'mbcrs. Any iperson entitled to regular itetttier ship in the cIngress ttay, o(n the paytIment of fifty dollars ($5t.oo), become a life metmbler of this congress, and shall, with out the Ipayment of lurther alnnual dues, be entitled to all the rights anid lprivilcge. of active ientcbership. Any person actively associated with min ing, with tile approtval of the comtiittee on ntmembership, shall, ulpo the payment of a fee of one dollar ($1 .oit) er ait nlUtmI, become anit associate member of thi l association, and sIhall be entitled to attend the sessions of the congress and participate in its deliberations, but shall inot ie cu titled to vote or to nhold olfice. D)elegates-A chief executive of any etitlttry, state or territory sltay appoint as delegates to any annual session of this colngress fifteen i(t 5 Ipersons, actively as sociated with miniing; and the matyors of cities or towns, hoards of trade, hbards of countity commissiners, scientitic assI ciationis, mitners' organizations, mlitnig btu reaus, clhalltbers of coliommterce, and stlch other Ibuisiness orgatnizations is may friti time to time ie e designated Iby the execu tive contitittee, Imay each :pploint three such delegates, and each such delegate at tending and properly accredited shall be entitled to participate in the dcliberati,,n of the congress. liThe nIames of all members anid telegates, with their addresses, shall be puIlishedtl aiinually iiunder the roster of the respec tive memherships. All nientbers and delegates are entitled to a copy of the proceedings of each ain Itual session, coveredi Iby their dues. Sec. 6. '[The treasurer of this congress shall give bond fur ant aiount to libe decided by the executive committee of not less than live thousand ($5,00o) dol lars; said hndt to lie approved by the ex ecutive committee, antd under such salary as may lie agreed ulponll y the executive committee, and utitlder such regulations as are prescribed by this commnittee lie tmay receive mlolneys to the treasurer, an tihe shall give bond as may be required by the executive committee. Sec. 8. Members of this congress may I,ecome charter tcmmlllers of the nlew or ganization upon prolmpt registration of their names before the adjournment of this congress, and upon payment of the initiation fee of five ($5.oo) dollars. Sec. g. That all matters pertaining to the incorporation of this congress and all further details relative to the organi zation are hereby referred to the execlu tive committee with power to act. WORKS SAVED FROM FIRE Heroic Efforts of Miners Save the Build ings at the Montana Mine. [sll. IAI, 1(1 ýNirr iO 'NI 'I N.] Sheridan, Sept. 6.--lut for the heroic fforts. of the miners the lbuildings at the Monltana mine would have Cbeenl been de stroyed by forest fire last nilght. After a night's work the fire was checked at 6 o'clock thii: morning. A wa1onl-load of meni from town went to the assistance of Superiotendent Wright and his crew. 'The oriign of the tire is said to be incendiary. Notice to Stockholders of the Butte Crude Petroleum Company. Notice is hereby given that an annual meeting of the stockholders of the above named company will be held at the of fice of the company, No. 20 West Park street, Butte, Silver Bow county, state of Montana, on the 17th day of September, at 8 o'clock p. im., for the election of five trustees for the business year and transac tion of such other business as may co ne before them. lBy order of R. A. WEISS, President. Special Rates via "The Milwaukee" Road ,Toronto and return, $26.oo, August 29th to September 7th inclusive. Write for particulars. W. B. DIXON, Norl western Passen ger agent, St. Paul, Minn. PICTURESOQUE SPOf IN BLACK HILLS DEADWOOD AND LEAD CITY WILI ENTERTAIN NEXT MEETING OF THE MINING CONGRESS. CONGRESSMAN MARTIN MAKES THE NOMINATION! Montana and All the Other Weatern States Stand in With the Black Hills Delegation and Secure the Congress. With but Little Opposition-The Two Cities Have a Population of 15,000. I)eadwood and Iead, the limits of which. almost touch each other, will have the meeting of the American Mining Congress next year. They are located in the Black Hills of South Dakota, one of the most picturcslue spots in the United States, and are thriving cities, containing a combined. population of abhout i5,oo0 persons. I.ead is not so large as I)eadlwood, but in view of the fact that the property of the Itonlc stake company is located there, a corpora-. tion which is mining 3,ooo tolls of ore per day and crushing it under 900 stamils, it is the most poputtlous. lThe selection of the Ilacy Hlills was de cided on by the congress about 4 :5 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Several of the delegations came here with the inten tion of making an effort to secure the prize for their state, but from the first day of the meeting it was a foregone conclu siotn that the Itills would be the winner. Had Full Delegation. That country sent a full d'legati, n to the cotlgress and tihe boys caiie with a determination to walk off with the prize under their arms. W\'hen the president of the congress called for ntomlinations, Eliat W\. Martin of 1)eadwood, who is South l)akota's representative in the United States congress, placed the name of his section before the bodly. It was prac tically the only one namedl, although one of the ('alifornia delegates read a telegram fromi the chamber of commerce of Stock ton stating that the citizsns of Stocktoni would do the handsolme thinig by t.he con gress if the deliberations of the,body coulp Ihe carried onI there next year. lThe Montana, Idaho, Utah, Illinois and several other delegations favored the Itlack Hills so strongly that all othersL who had otltemplated making a bid for it when they first arrived in the city. gave it tip. The exact date for begiinning tlhte Iteet ing in the Itills will bIe fixed by tht exe cutive committee of the congress, but the meeting will he held between the 5the and zothl of Spltember. Frederic Humbert in Brazil. iy i \S..i iI.5 iii tel l sS..J New York, "-pt. 6.--it is, iaoun:cel that Roman li)'aurin ac atind I'rederic Ilutiimcrt. who were chtarged with having bien comncertid in the great jeweL frauds in France, have heeln living re1JPtt'y itt ilorida, this repullii, calles ea Montc video, corresponlldnct. It is-said D'Aurigtsac arrived a lionlth a:go. IHe was accompattied biy a woman,.i(t. Ih' wellt nllder the name oif Milton andl said he was na loer., On August . lihe was; joined by another man' knownl as lreycinet. A week later they came to this City and thenr st out for tile Blrazilianll frontier. They are probably now living in Brazil. Frcycinict is .be lieved here to Ibe Frederic llitnbert. MINIING APPI.ICATION NO. 4554 Ilelena, Mont., August 29, £oo2. Notice is hereby given that Rohcllt Mc Bride and Jennie Adams, whose postollice address is Ilutte, MoItana, have this day filed their application for a Ipatent for =55·.3 linear feet. heing 85 feet south westerly and 170.3 feet tiortheasternly from discovery shaft of the Six Thirty Lode Mining claim, upon lwhich a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted on the 25th day of August, 1902, situated in Summit Valley (unorganized) Mining district, Silver low county, state of Montana, designated as Survey No. 6653, in Township 3 north of Range 7 west, being more particularly described as follows, to-wit: lreginning at the southwest cornter, a point in the north side line of Survey No. 6i8,r a granite stone set in the ground, with a mlound of earth atnd stonle along side, and marked r 6653, for Corner No. I, from which the northeast corner of Sec tion 17, Township 3 north, Range 7 west, bears south 28 degrees, 08 minutes and 40 seconds west 4764.5 feet. andi(l running thence south l.84 degrees Ir Iminutes east 246 feet; thence north 70 degrees 20 nlin utes cast 733 feet: thence north 6r de grees 55 minutes east 28o feet; thence north 18 degrees 21 mlinutcs west 389 feet; thence south 70 degrees 22 minutes west 1234 feet; thence south 18 degrees 21r lminutes east 325 feet to the place of beginning, containing an area of 11.79 acres, of which 5.20 acres are in conflict with Surveys No. 2834, 2835, 3013 and 4857, not claimed, leaving 6.59 acres claimed by tile above-named applicants. The location of this claim is of record in the Recorder's office of Silver tBow county, state of Montana, in Iook "1'" of l.ode Iocations, ott Page 32. The adjoining claims to these premises are Survey No. 283I. Cook l.ode, and Sur vey No. 2835, lredlericksbuiirg l.ode, on the north; Survey No. 3043, lilack Chief L.ode, on the southeast , Survey No. 4857, Keokuk lode, on the south; Survey No. 618t, Morning Star L.ode, on the south west, and Survey No. 4943, East Golden Chief No. a L.ode, on the west. FRANK D1). MIRACL:E, Register. Samuel Barker, Jr., Attorney for Appli cants. [First pulblication, August 30, 1902,) NOTICE TO CREDI 'ORS. Estate of Mercy G. Hartwell, deceased, Notice is hereby given by the under signed, executor of the estate of Mercy G. Hartwell, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against thle said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four ilmonths alter the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator at the office of Lewis A. Smith, Room 4, Silver Bow Block, Butte, Montana, the same being When Others Fail, Consult the Yellek Doctors OUR METHOD OF TREATING men's diseases are original, distinctive, thoroughly scientific and supremely effective. Were this not so we would not be making announcements in public print. No physician is justi fled in the use of newspaper space unless able to offer and render a superior service such as cannot be ob tained elsewhere. We wish especially to appeal to men who have been disappointed in the promises held out by other doctors. We wish to impress upon them the fact that our skill and superior methods justify us in ý!J making men's diseases ot. specialty. We wish to prove conclusively that we are not offering treatment such as ('f1 e average country doctor is able to give. No matter low many physicians have failed to cure you, you come Stb us with complete assurance that if we accept your ; 0* case, the treatment given will be absolutely scientific and fully effective. Ou(r method of curing Stricture is Our treatment for Specific Blood new and e,:tirely original. No cutting I Poison forces the very last taint of 'br dilating. The stricture is dissolved I virus from the system, and all this is and comnpletely removed and all affected accomplished without the use of dan mclmbri ns thoroughly cleansed. gerous minerals. VARICOCELE WEAKNESS CONTRACTED .Thlis most prevalent of So long as lhysiclans DISEASE all diseasea of men is also continue along the old the most neglected, either Improper trcatment of through dread of the harsh lines of treatment of this contracted diseases can 'methods of treatment disorder, men will con- easily bring loss of power. commonly emlployed or tinue to be disappointed An examination reveals through ignorance of the time and again in their this very cause in a large grave dangers that accom- efforts to obtain a cure, portion of the cases of pany the disease. ,is We have found that dis- weakness. Lingering in varicoccle interferes di- orders entirely local are flammation centering in rectly with the circula- responsible for premature- the prostate gland is sure tion and process of waste ness, loss of power, etc., to result in disordered and repair throughout the and that there is not even functions and the condi organs, the necessity of a the Elightest possibility of 'tior will never 15corrected prompt and thorough cure obtaining a cure through until the inflamed and cannot be too forcibly use of internal remedies. swollen gland is restored emphasizedl. We cure Our treatment is directed to its normal state. We varicocele in one week by toward the removal of all thoroughly cure every con an absolutely painless abnormal c o n d i t io ns tracted disease we treat. ;process. Our cures are throughout the organs The remedies we employ thorough and absolutely involved, and we do not are known to ourselves permanent, and . are ac- fail in a single instance to alone, 'and no other phy complisahed without the restore complete and per- sician has yet produced use of knife, ligature or manent activity of all of equally prompt and thor caustic. the functions. ough cures. I Our b,ook, "Live All Your life a We offer consultation free, either at M:..," will be mailed free. It is an our office or by mail, and we are always instructive treatise tht will prove help- glad to render any advice that may be i helpful. All correspondence strictly iful to alllicted men. confidential. Yellek Medical Institute and Montna St.. Butt MITCHELL & TURNER Oficse 103 East Broadway. Thone, 217. Agents for: Worthington & Deane pumps, Sullivan Machis.:'y Co.. Jeffrey mnf'g Co., Phoenix Iron Works Co., lien drie 8 Bolthofl Co.; Laidiow-D::.-n-Gor don Cu., A. Leschen & Sons Rope Co., Keystos'e Drilling Co. VWe carry in stock a full line of boilers, pumps, drills, etc. S3i the place for the tratlsaction of the busi ne. ofi said estate, in the County of Sil ver IIow, State of Montana. 'RNEST IE. \V'It l(;Il IT, lExecutor of the Estate of Mercy (;. lHartwell, decease-l. lattc lItBtte, Molntalla, this 2nd day of Septlember. Troo. l.l;W\\IS A. SMITl Attorney for Exc MIDNINI G APPi'lI.ATION NO. 454. United States Land Office, Helen., Mon tana,. August 14, 190a. Notice is hereby given that James H. Mc)uonald, whose postoffiee address is Butte. Montana, has this day filed an ap plication for a patent for ,50oo linear feet, the same eing fot 35a 'ret in an eastetly end 1.15o feet in a westeIly direction from the loilt of discoviry on the Rising Sutn lode nimining claim, rtuated in Independ cnce (utnorganized) Illmining district, Silver liow county, Moert:.nta, the position, course and extent of ýhe said mining claim, (' signated by an oicial survey thereof, as S4urvcy No. 6645. Township No. 3 :north, Range No. 8 west, a notice of which The Job Department Of the Inter Mountain Designing Engraving Embossing Copper Plate Work Badges Programs Invitations Anything You Want Done Right Done Quick Blank Books H as posted on the claim on the 2.d day of July. uroo, and being more particular ly set forth and described in the othcial field notes and plat theetof on file in this office, as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the southeast corner, a qualtzite stone, r;x8x18 inches, 14 inches deep, with mound of carth alongside, and marked 1-6645 for Corner No. I, from which the one-fourth section corner to Sections 2t and ;2. Township 3 north, Raiuge 8 west, bears south 75 degrees 44 minutes west, 565 feet. and running thence north 79 degrees to minutes west, 7458.5 fet to the Southwest Corner No. 2; thence north 3 degrees east, 136 feet to Corner No. .; thence north so degrees 21 mlinutes east, 431 feet to the Northwest Corner No. 4; thence south 79 degrees I1 minutes east, 1499 feet to the North east Corner No. 5; thence south ao de gees 21 minutes west, 564 feet to Cor ner No. I and place of beginning, con. taining an area of 10.14 acres, of which 3.37 acres are in conflict with Survey No. 4840 and is not claimed, leaving an area rf 15.77 acres, claimed by the above. named applicant for patent. The location of this mine is recorded In the office of the recorder of Silver Bow county, on Page 417 in Book R of Quartz lodes. The only known adjoining claim is on the Northeast Survey No. 4840, the Carrie lode. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. JOSEPHI H. HARPER, United States Claim Agent. Date for first publication August 1s. zgoa. Pullman Dining and Library Car Route TO SALT LAKE DENVER. KANSAS CITY OMAHA CHICAGO ST. LOUIS and All ertMstern Polina Short Line to Colorado, Arizona and Mexico San Francisco, Los Anglees (Ocean or .all.) rortland And ad Pacific Coast Points Depart.. a:os a. m, a:45 a. m..Arrive Depart .4:$0o p. m. 4:40 p. m..Arrive Ticket Offlee, 05 N; Main tireei Butte, Montana. H. 0. WILSON. General 4ac t Like No Other Train There is no other train like the St. Louis Special. It is a daily train from Northwest to Southeast. Carries standard and tourist sleepers, also dining car and chair car to Kansas City; chair car'to St. Louis. Runs via Billings. Shortest lip. and makes fast time. H.. RUCeIt, !e, -t 88 fast Ureadwa. Baue, Msea, N. . siQ uR., eneral 5.genf, EiImnes, Mont. .A. L& P. R. R. C0. TIMB TABLE., Train connecting with Eastbound N. P. leaves Anaconda for Durant at a :3j a. ta. leave Durant for Anaconda at 3::o a. ,. Trains Leave B. A.8 P. Depot, BInti for Anaconda, as follows: 8s. w., to a. asm., .a p. m.. s:1 p. m., t"es p.m. Trains Leave Union Passenger Sta tion Anaconda,for Eutte, as follows 8:'o a. n., tt:yo a. mo., j p. ma., ;:t p. nm. Connection, will be made with rs1 dortberi PaciAc trains, both Eas, sad '..estbound, at Durant, instes.l of Stuart. Trains Leave Anaconda To connect at bilver how with Oresos Sho. [ inr, at :oo p. m. Trains leave .Anacund 8:3o a. im., ":.s p. ua, to connect with (Great Z'orttharon iutw'y at Butte. Tickets for saltr for all point,, oetal and thiough, on the Great Nerthe.u Railway, Ore aon Short Line Railroad and Northers Pacifc Railway and their connections. Steamship tickets for sale to all points is Europe via th:e above lius1. NORTH COAST LIMITED ObsiervatIon Cars Electric Lighted O ' Steam Heated ___ EUTTE SCIHEDULU Arrive Deport North Coast Ltd. WIS'TOUN. 1 10 pm 720 North Coast Ltd. EASTBOUND. 3 50 at 4 Oa am Sleeper on this train open for re ception of passen ge:rs at 9:30 p. nm. No. 13-From all 10 55 am ... . points east ..... No. r4-To all points east .... ...... 8 40 pm No. --From N. P. local points west of Billings, and all B. and M. R. points, and to all points west ... 05 pm I 1 p No. 6-From all points west and to N. P. points to Billings and all B. and M. R. points .........1240 am 12 50 a m Passengers for Norris and Pony and Alder branches leave Butte on No. 14, connecting at Whitehall and Sappington for branch line points. Passengers from these points connect at Sappington and Whitehall, arriving at Butte on No. S. W. Hi. MERRIMAN, General Agent, Corner Park and Main streets. Six Million Dollars Spent by the U.P. R.R.Co In improvins what was originally the Snest track in the West. RESULT. A c4lmpratlvely straight and level roadhed ballieted with dustless Sher. nan granite, rendering possible the highest rate of speed, together with the greatest degree of safety. The magnitude of the work must be see8 'o be appreciated. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? Folid comfort, security and pleasure to our patrons. ARE YOU GOING EAST? . li so, you cannot afford to go via any other then this ROYAL HIGHL'A'Y. Further information on sppllcatioo personally or by letter to H. O. WlI.SON , U. S. L. hIutte, Montana. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. Co. SANTA FL 'ou ii-; 3 Frains Daily Front Denver to KIan'au City otit Chi. cage. Also the direct line to Gaives tori, El Paso, City of lc :r.co and the mining conmps of New Mcxic i an:ir Ari. coilR. For r,'r:rr lrx i ' t I. ,, I i '(( r r" ' 1 1 , .