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2ozcrnan. [SPECIAL TO I1itra a:MOUNTAIN.] Bozeptan, Sept. t3.--Mis lizzie Kin kade h'as purchased the residence of Reene Wells on Lamme street and Black avenue, and will shortly occupy it. Mrs. William Craig and son, who have been spending the summer with her brother, George Flandcrs in Middle Creek canyon, rct.:rned to their home in Boston after making a trip thrnogh the Park. Mr. Geor,:e Dicr asl family have broken camp at l!ell Roaring and re turned last week to their city residence. They had a most delialhtul camping sea son according to the t;niversal verdict of their numerous g "e:ts. Rev. Andrew S. Hole, pastor of a con gregational ch-:rch in CrLentry, V't., and a brother of \Villiatm M. Pole of. this city. arrived in this city ycsterday morning. He has just finished a trip through the Na tional Park and will remain a few days to visit his relatives lhere. Mrs. Marshall gave a delightful Japanese tea to a few of her frietdas last Saturday afternoon at the art rooms in the college. The tea was given in the Japanese room, and the guests were surrounded by numer ous articles illustrative of Japanese art. drank Japanese tea flavored with salted blossoums after the manner of the natives of Japan, and partook of other foreign delicacies which were brought from the orient by Mrs. Marshall. Zade Morgan and family were in town last Friday from Flathead. A. L. Love spent several days in Big Timber last week enjoying the races. County Superintendent of Schools Miss M. E. Chrismtan is on the sick list. Mrs. M. Wisner and son Rene made a trip over to East Flathead last week, re turning Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Smith and family of Springhill were among those who weme in town last Friday. Samuel Chesnut and family were up front the vicinity of Central Park Friday. Miss Ethel Wheatly is entertaining her friend, Miss Gertrude Collins of Biliing. this week. Mr. and Mrs. Gallaher and Mr. and Mrs. Hopke were down front Storrs to ste the circus last Frida'y. The Misses -lanly returned to lHelcna last week to be on hand at the opDling of St. Vincent's Academy in that city Mrs. William Craig and son returned to their home in Bost,,n. afte:r spending the summer with Mrs. Craig's brother, George W. Flanders, at the mill in Middle creek canyon. Miss Edna Maynard, graduate in greneral science last year. has accepted the position as assistant in the botanical and zoological depatrtment of the college. Mrs. E. J. Owenhonse and Miss Rosa lind Owenhouse went over to lelena Sat urday morning, where Miss Rosalind en tered St. Vincent's Academy for the winter. Wallace Y. Smith, son of Judge Smith, has been appointed extra postal clerk and will be on duty whenever there is a vacancy in the office or any of the clerks take a vacation. Wyatt W. Johnson, graduate of the bot anical department, and the first student in the state to take the degree of mtaster of science, left this week for Harvard, where he will study for his Ph. 1). degree. Miss Leila Stearer of (;ranite, Mont., arrived in Ilozelllan Sunday molloning last to attend college. She will make her home with her aunt, Mrsl. 11. F. Scars on Third avenue, south. Mrs. Malcolm Mcl.eod arrivel home \Wednesday tlrling, after having been ab sent from Ilome durillg the ti nllner. She was accon:paniid by her brothlcr, l.ouis Le Laucher of Poston, Mass. 'Deer Lodge. (SP.rLIAL. TO INxI:R SIO(' NTAIN.] Deer Lodge, Sept. 13.-Dick Dee and -young (;us 'ierson were in Danielsville last week. Captain James Mills spent Monday in Anaconda oi official business. Thomnas Ilollenback and James McGov crn of (;old Creek were here Monday. \V. A. Reed and wife of Missoula were guests in town Saturdpy and Sunday. Miss Helen Schroeder expects to attend the normal ,;chool in ....,on this winter. Miss Nellie Mills has returned from a pleasant sojourn of a few days in Helena. Miss Edith Smith of Anaconda is the guest of Miss Florence Kelley this week. lion. Conrad Kohrs is back from his Eastern trip and is being cordially greeted by friends. C. \V. Fleming of Clancy and C. R. Stranahan of Moulder were guests in town Sunday. Mrs. Mary I3. Evans came up from Mis soula last Friday night for a visit with her son Henry and family. Oscar Bielenberg came over from the placer mines Saturday afternoon to spend Sunday with kindred and friends. John Bukey and wife of Butte spent several days last week in Deer Lodge as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Vannier. Charles M. Joyce and Charles Smith were here Sunday from Butte and spent the day with their respective families. Thomas M. Davis and wife of Avon spent Saturday and Sunday in Deer Lodge, where they have friends. Mrs. J. E. Van Gundy is in Butte this week the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Walter Adams. Martin Jackson, Barney Kau, James Loar and Gus Wisner were busy in town Mondlay, having driven over from Pio neer. Mr. and Mrs. John Frederick spent Sun day over near Avon at the home of Mrs. Frederick's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Kinmnerly. Miss Hattie Marcus has gone to Salt Lake where she, in company with Miss (;eorgia Smurr, will enroll as students in Rolantd allt . Mr. and Mrs. Ray Richards and Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Pierre of Anaconda were the gucsts of Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Marcille In this city Saturday. Jolseph A. Ilyde, now a resident of Se attle, where ihe maintains extensive inter (sts. is in Dleer Lodge paying a visit to hifa mily and friends. H ,ryor and Mrs. Frank Conley spent Thllm"rday and Friday in Butte attending the iMining congress. W. C. McFarland of Garrison and Joe Williams came down from Daniesville, where they and Jim Wilson are interested in SOoie mining claims south of that place. S. W. Hiibs, a brother of Mrs. William rWallace of this county, stopped in Deer Lodge Tuesday en route East after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Wallace at their coulntry honme. Miss Mattie Scott, Miss Mary and Miss Lucy Hyde expect to depart in a short time for Godfrey, Ill., where they will enter Monticello seminary, the sanme school that Miss Scott attended last year. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Schroeder intended to leave this week for their ranch in the Big hole but owing to the illness of 11. A. Smnrr Mr. Schroeer will be detained for a few days. Miss Ednza Schroeder left for Bowen in the Big Iole hbain last week to complete her t rm of school at that place. Attorney W. 1. Rhoades visited Butte last Thursday and saw the circus. Mrs. udut Davis-Baker came in from lHelena Monday and will probably be here for two week,; yet, packing up her house hold clffe'ts preparatory to moving to Ilel enla. The Mi. ~cs Rebinsnn gave a very elah nrate entert.:iilrent T'l.; y evening" .t their home in this city to the B. W. "E. club. S. C. hlush of Avon was here last Sat urday. N. J. ii.lencerg spent itenl'day in litte. John Mclnnery went to Butte last ni:ght on a shmot husineFr visit. Fred J. Bird of Emery and Tyler Haw kins of Geld Creek were here 'I'u'siday. Judge W\. It. Tripncl and wife drove down from AntIconda this morning anlt are guests of friends in D)eer lo'Ige. I). C'. Irvine was tup in the mounta:ins aft" r big game last week a:nd sueeded in bringing down a tfine young ldeer. George l'ayne aind wife of Ananlilt were guests of Mr. and Mirs. Sa'u ntea'q mont Sunday and Moldayl. They It ft Mondllay for a visit at Plains. Mr. and Mrs. Tlhoma llirst. Mr. anl Mrs. lihn Elia~on M.li. An:ni, Tlnsen. Joe. Henry and W\ilt llanscn, Joe and.l Ilcnry l'eters.n. T'onl Kerruish and Peter l.aning conI:pose a party that left" Mon day for an outing on th!l Big hlole basin. Mi:.s G(;eria, Snmurr left Saturday even ing for Salt Iake where she will enter Rohland Ihall. one of the mo:st highly rec iummendcd schools for young ladies in the \Vest. Miss Clara Bien arrived Saturday even irg: for a short vi it with the home folks ant, frien-ls. She expects to leave soon for Spokane to resume her duties as teacher in the public schoIls of that city. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. 1:idlchterg and Ma:; ter Claude retu n:idi hoIe Saturday froin their Iig Hiole ranches, \Chere they have s;pent the part six weeks. C. I). Juslyin. his daus,;hter Miss Ninonu and son Dou, returned Sunday evenling from ()vando and l)ougitlas creek where they enjoyed two weeks' fishing and hiut i g. W. It. liller. who spent a portion of last week in Deer I.odge, has returned to the Centennial valley, whre lie intcniIs to reside in future. II. S. Reed expects to leave for Ore)l.o this week to look after his various min ing interests iin that state. It. H. Zenor wit.. his soon Ni,-k :and J.dit Kelley left the first of thi week for their old hunlting T.,ro'nd soni seven or Crih[ miles above Its hnviille and abhot 70 mtil:' froim 1)ecr I.odtoi-. Charlie Frint *.}Jin town a lday or ton last week friom the "H. 1. Davis surveyins cminlp which is new in the vicinity of Illiston. lie eine over to bring hi; dtaughter O(live wo shte could begin scholi Mondlay. She is for the pres-ent sl'plPin w ilh Mr. and Mrs. Byron Wond. .Mrs. John u;erdts. acrnllanied by ()It anid August Gerdts, left early Sontl: . morning for the ,'e.tphalll ranlch aind Meade creek for a ti ip. MtJs.roul ta. .'EC'IAI. TO IN'h. :IOU.TAIS . Missoula, Sept IL.--J4unes j obb, the Steveisvillc raich..!,l w, as ill town Moll day. Trai;imastc, L. l)unning is in the cit.; from Hlope this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. \V. Woodforl are vi:l itors in .the city from Ca;tcr. James Sweeency has resumtwd the posi tioln of chief nurse at the Sister,' hospikal. George Howe, the Northern Pacific cln gineer, spent .Sunday in the city from Spokane. Samuel M. Cnapman from Plattsmouth, Neb., was Monday registered at the Hotel Florence. Roadmaster II. Spokes of the North. ern Pacific at Garrison was a visitor at division oflices Monday. E. L. Barlow of the telephone com pany returned Monday from a business trip through the Bitter Root \alley. Mr. and Mrs. 1'. M. Reilly returned Monday frot an extended visit in the West. Mrs. Rei:ly visited relatives in California. Mr. and Mrs. Morris K. Ackerly and little daughter havs returned bome from a visit at Victoria, B. C., and at Wash ington cities. HORSES OF THE LOGGING CAMP. " r i I~ ...... ,;:i"%. .J. J r·'j:,· (I ·. ·· r I.L,· .:* .~ (Picture by Inter Mountain) Magnificent 8peolmflra o q1¶ .quh. Brqel Are Used In the Heavy Work of the Logging Camps and When the Me mbere of the Press Club Went Up'the" Bitter Root They Saw These Ponderous braft Animals Looking Their Best--The Inter Mountain Photographer Was on Hand as Usual. Mrs. N. G. Allen of Omaha is in the city .and will spend several weeks visit ing her.daughter, Mrs. S. E. Campbell of West Toole avenue. Miss Myra Bramerd has arrived from Minneapolis to be for the winter the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Charles L. Cowell of South Miauoula. Mrs.' Lysette, a prominent lady at Stevensville, departed from Missoula yes terday for an extended visit with rela tives at Pendleton, Oregon. H. A. Laird returned Monday to Ants conda after spending Sunday in Missould with relatives. Mrs. Laird has gone to Stevensville to visit her parent.'. E. Goughnor, a l.ivingaton lumberman, founder of the town of St. Regis and well known in Mhontana, is renewing old ac quaintances here and greeting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Con Rawlins entertained the members of Molly lodge, Sons of St. George, at a pretty reception Monday evening. J. G. Baker, who has returned from a meeting of the grand todge held at liutte, was the guest of hoxor. Mrs. Ii. L. Markus was Monday in the city front Spokane. She is arranging to come to Missoula to live. Mr. Markus -is one of the large number of Norther Pacific conducetors who will he requirt to make Missoul thrir home by reason of the recent division changes. (George Bralant. a prominent Stevens ville man, was a visitor in the city this wer.k. lose;lh Darrell, a former resident of the city. was in town with the Ilutte press dele gntinn. .. 1). Si.mons. a prominent real estate ,Knalr of Mlott., was a business visitor in Missottla this week. Mts. AM. J. Bell of Red lodge, who for two weeks has been the guest of Mrs. John M. Sinlmson, departed Monday for her hoe. G. A. W,,If and Dan II. Ross have re turned from a fishing trip to tile Blackfoot valley. A fortinight spent by them at the ltst pools in the upper valley resulted in luck that will hIe remembered pleasantly for a lonn time. Mrs. John S. Neher of lonner has reached the city from a trip to California. Sle left for that place some months, ago to attend a sist,'r who is seriously ill. Mr. aln Mrs. C. A. Barnes have returned from a tri, to Eastern cities. Professor and Mrs. M. J. Elrod returned yesterday from a stay at the Flathead lakYf b ological rtatiomn, where they had spent the sum:mmer in station work. Li-Vingdfcon, [s51.l l't. 'l INT'I(R MOUINTOUIN.] I.ivingst.It. "ept. Itl.-J. F. Swindle hirst cr.lo nover froml liitte the first of the week on hIuineu mtatters. ' Mi s l'es:e I~yall is visiting in Billings th!is week, thel gues',t of Miss Ilattic Sher wood. Mrs. J. L. .Malhlory returned from a visit with friends :n loyeman last Sunday torning. Mr. and Mrs. J. (C. Robinson were amton' the %isitors to ilozeman the latter art at last 1eek. janles Ilogan is in tlhel city from his home in \Vyomin.C. %i iting his brother, John tlganm of this city. Mrs. W. II. Campbell is iii the city this week from her lome at Kalispell, the guest of .Mrs. Harry Me'uce. Sol P. I leren was in the city W\ednei day antd attended the meeting of the icvmocratic centtral contllittee. W'. I. Ielnnig was in the city Wecdnes day fronl his LUpl)er Yellowstonle ranttch ipurchasing farming Ilmachitnery and fenc IMrs. I.izzii C(ook of ,Minnesota stopped o0T in Livingston 'T'tesday and visited \with hr 'l.cousill. J. IE. and Thomas hiM. Si indlchb rst. IMrs. JIc ILnng of this city and Mrs. A. I'etrrsonl of J.hlton1 spelnt a few dlays o,f last v.eck viiting their aunt, Mrs. Zietske of lIozman.t. Mrs. Ma:ide I)avis Raker, whto has been acting ;:s lpholograplher to the gouermilititte ill the National park,, has returned to her hlume ill Ilelena. Miss Nellie Nolan left last Friday for Miunceapolis. where she will resume her muIlsical studies at the Johnson School of Music and Dramatic Art. Miss Nellie Mahoney, who was last week elected teachet of the Cinnabar school, has accepted the position and will begin a term of school there September 15. 41r. and Mrs. Jerome and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Potter, son and daugh ter, and Messrs. Blarnes, Phillips and Dalton left Tuesday for a tour of the park by private conveyance. Mr. and Mrs. .oelc, who have been making a tour of the West, stopped over a day in L.ivingstoon en route to their home in Anderson, Indiana. They were the guests here of Mr. and Mrs. Mentor \Vet'zl stein. Mrs. \V. A. Hall of Cinnabar was in the city the first of the week arranging for removal to this city. Mrs. Hall ex pects to come to Livingston early in Oc tober to eccure the advantages of the schools for her children. F. M. Sybert and wife left the first of the week for West Monterey, Pa., where HERE'S A HOME FOR GIRLS. t;v.' 9 " (Picture by Inter Mountain.) This Is the New Dormitory of the Monts to Go Down Town for TheirGirl Students of the School Will be Quartered-It Is Too Far for Studentana University in Missoula Where the Meals and Boarding Places. they will spend the next five or six we.s". They will visit Niagara Falls and other points of interest in the East before returninlX to Monttana. Ralph F. Richardson and Miss Minnie M. Price were married at tihe P'ine creek Illurch by Rev. C. E. Miller of Fridley Itit Sunulay evening. The young folks :p) well known to L.ivingston people, the bride being a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I.. S. Price, who live on the Upper Yel lowstolne. Miss (Gail tl.a'thlint, who is lecturing on the subject of womlan's suffrage and ort;aniing equal suitrage clibs through out the state, spoke at tile Meltholist Ipiscupall church last Monday evening. At the close of the lecture an equtal iul trage clubi was organized with a tent IersIilp of albot .5. ' he officers of the w cdlulb were elected and are as follows: Prcival I). Scott president, Miss Myrtle Morris vice president, Mitis Katharine SinithI correspondling secretary, Mirs. II. I.J Walcott recordling secretary, Mrs. New Itirk treasurer and Mrs. Ella V. (arter auditor. Mrs. J. I1. Scott was elected a delegate to the st:ate cotnvention whkh lmeets in lItutte September 17 and 18, At the tcetitg of the Women's Chris tinl Tel'tmperance utition, hhelt ait thle hlotte of Mrs. Andrew Seanlurt, the regular an nual election of oificers was held, result ipg as follouws: Mrs. Sanford president, Mrs. EI!a 'V. Carter first vice president, also vice president from the Baptist church; Mrs. Newkirk superintendent of tnerty work, Mrs. Smith superintendent of Ilower Ii tision work, Mirs. Seabirg so perintendent of literatu(rc, Mrs. W'inislow s. rintlcttndent of parlor meetings, Mrs. (';trer sutleritllt.eLitelt of stiuTrage work, rI. Van I). ren torresponding and re oding, ,secreitary. iMrs. 'I htuts Nlson :,Id iMrs. Newkirk sucre elected delegatces to the :.tale t'eco lv:'ttio t to Lc held at lutte lt.ot ltoper 23 anid t4. Virginia City. l:.1'11 IAI, LO IN'l I.t MoUtN rAIN.] Virginia City, Sept .t. -Thomas Allen of Sand Creek .v:ts in townl Satlurday ot1 a short business trill. W. \V. Green and .ouis ('lark of Ennis attended the ball game1 Sunday. Miss Mabel Mortimler of Brooklynt, N. \'., is visiting Mrs. W. A. Clark of this Mrs. R. Bl. Turner anll her little son, who had beenl ill Jlutte visiting frielnds, returned last Friday. Mrs. May Hlall will leave for Bultte tomorrow morning on a several days' business and pleasure trill. J. R. Stark of Twin Bridges catmle to town on business fast week and remained to seC thle ball game. C. \V. Long, Thomas Thexton, Will :lFore(t1an and J. W. Saunders of Ennis were in town Saturday and Sunday. I. If. French returned on Friday of last week from Pony, where he had been combinintg business and tpleasure. Miss E'dia Thompson, who has been visiting Miss Pearl Wetcher on Wallace street, returned to her home in Sherida·n Monday. The King's Daughters will hold their regular meeting at tile residence of Mrs. IR. N. Hawkins on Idaho street Saturday afternoon at a o'clock. A. J. Bennett left this city for lloue. manl last StIuday. lie accompanied his son .ymanll, who is about to ilter the agricultural qpllege. Last Friday afternoon Mrs. Anna 1'. Ilall of Idaho street entertaied in her tsual charming m;manner in honor of Mrs. ). It. Barber of Sheridan and Mrs. L. IRoy Southmnayd of G;reat Falls. J. N. Flint, II. J. Sehriner, Miss Anna D)ayton, Miss Ritta EI. Iilanson, Miss Mami' Iteckwithl, J. S. Stafford, Frank Long, J. F. Jmhn.'on, A. M:..hall, the I)tmcant boy.s, %V. S. I)luncal, all of Pony, registered at the Madisonl houoe iur dliulnnr onil Sunday. (lne of the nmost enjolyable young pr'o lle's parties held during the stonllnr w Is that of Miss Ella Vickers last Saturday night. The young folks anul,ed thtmn selves with ganles, andl after supper at midnight deplarted, all voting Miss Ella a (moist charming hostess. I ast Saturday evening l iss Pearl Welcher entertained at the homtle of her parents on Wallace street in honor of her friend, Miss Edna Thomas of Sher ilan. The young people passed the even ilg in playing games. At it o'clock lunch was :serveI. Those present were: Misse's Ruby Sullivan, IEll~ Vickers, Ruth Wal ter, Jannie Rcif, Ellic IBuford, Mable Spar liHog, Lena Iflickford, Martha Kohls, Nellie Jessen, Tot Kiser, Alice Wiles and Etta, Myrtle and aIll. FIoreman, 11u McNssr'. Will Plulmb, (Charley Ardery, ouis (;il hebl, IRussell liamilton, Harry Hall, Fred ('ity, Irank Sherwood, Gilbert Stuolen hberg, Arthur Ja'ks.un, Knute Ericksonm, Lyman Bennett, Ernest Morris, HI arry VWiles :,nd George C(allaway. Tl'hursdaly after:noon of last weehk Mrs. S;Florar Mcl'ulty gave a prog:ressive euchre party. She was assisted in receiving by Mrs. Thomnas I)wican, Mrs. Fred Malone and Mrs. I. N. Ilawkins. Mrs.. Albright and Mrs. Ilallaow y tied for first prize a.nd in clatting lthl: carl'ds fortune favored the former. Mrs. .duinncy captured tha conlsolation prize. '1 nose present were: Mesdlanmes 'Potter, Albright, C'astle, ('ole, Rank, Allen, ilall, lennett, Qur in y, Gol.l smith, eedl, Callaway, Steffens, Go;hn, Luther Buford, Sherwood, Cl'rk, BIert Vickers, Thomna. Lowmnan, Stev Inson, Misses ]lBennett and lHenderson, Mrs. OJ. II. Itarber of Sheridan and Mrs. l.eR(oy Southmayd of Great FIlls. rillin J.-. [HI'I".IAI. TO IN'I.ai MOUaNTAIN.1 Billings, Sept. 13.-Mr. and Mrs. 'Tlhomas Ross of Absorakee are vi:siting the city. Mrs. C. IB. Clark of Bridger spent Sun day in the city amonmg friend.. A. I.. L.ove, lately register of the United States land oflice at lozcmnan, was a vis itor in the city Monday. Col. M. C. Morris and wife returned homne last Saturday from a visit with friends at Seattle. Miss Maud and Warren G(;riwll left Monday morning for the East to atteid school. The fornir will go Qto ujiny, Ill., and thi e latter to Iloonville, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. (;orge A. (Griggs went to Ilunter's Ilot Springs Montlay where they will spend the next two weeks for the purpose of Irnefiting Mrs. Grigg.i' hlciltlh, which has lien quite l .er of late. VWarreni MclIltitire, sNlo of \V. II. Mc Intire, frmterly in business here, hut mnore lately of Miles City, spenit several hours in town this morning en rote to Milestown, where he will Wyed his sweet heart uf sclhool days, Miss (;'orgi. L 'I cr rett. ('. S. liaire, architctl, is in thII city from Helena. Mrs. ('laude N. Mc('raiken, who has ihen spendling the piast several w'eeks visit ing her lpa:irent and other relative . in Illumansville, Mo., returnedl hloie this morning. Mrs. P'. M.' Gallagher came ldown Tues. day mornlling from i('hestnut for a few la)s' stay with friendIs and relatives in this city. Miss leissie f.yall of l.ivingston arrived in tlhe city Tuesday morning for a few days' visit to her friend, Miss ilattie Shcearwool. Mrs. O)rilla WVhitney and mother, who have been spending several days at Ilunt cr's Ilot Springs, returned home lTuensday morning. Rufus 'lhompsonn came in Tuesday morn Ing from the West, and after spending a few days iin tile city will go onut, his r;mch out on tlhe Flatwillow. (;corge Schlosser and Vfazily of Sioux Falls, S. I)., were visitors in the city yes terday. Mrs. Schlosser and clhihlrci have b(in sltpending tile summernr on the" ranch of I)r. Corkins, near Iritdger. Cheap rates to California. SEIPT. 30o, OCT. I ANI) . For the meeting of Nationa: Wlthul.a'e ])ruggists at Montrerey, (Californiia, the Northrrn Pacific railway will sell ruinul trip tickets as follows: Ilutte to San Francisco, I:im( andi rvturnuing via l'ortland ......... $55.uo Iltute to San Franciusco, going via l'ortland, returning vii )g.deun... 3.50 liutte to Ios Angeles, goinig lan re tulr ini g via l'arllnd .......... 67.90 lutte to Los Angeles, ginog via I'ortland and returning via Og den ........................ X,40 For informatiim re'g:ardin.g :,tpver, bleeping car hlpace, etc., call otn r ad. dress, VW. II. MaIlIhlMAN, G. A., N. I'. ICy, Cor. Park and Main Sts., Iuitte. Gaturday and burday Excursions. flusin and return ... ..........g S Boulder and return ................ Alhambra and return ............. Good golhg Suturday -i'ual Su:tday, re. turiuing Mon day. Basin and return .................i$ o0 Boulde r and return .............. . o0 Good going and returning Sunlays only. Ticket office, 4! North Maint street and depot. Butte. Mont.. Mayr s, :oua.