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TODAY'S NEWS FROM THE SMELTER CITY
LIICOLN CLUB IS TO HOLD A RALLY MEETING TONIGHT EXPECTED TO BE LARGELY ATTENDED-WIS NER IS TO BE ORATOR. aPECIAI. TO TilE INTER MtOt'NTAIN. Anaconda, Feb. ta.-It is not yet known how many strangers will be in the city this evening to attend the meeting 'of the Lincoln club, but it is already assured that it will be one of the best-attended meetings ever held by the club. As stated in the Inter Mountain some days ago, the principal speech of the evening will be delivered by G. S. E. Wisner, one of the promising young ora* tors of the city. His address will be on the life and work of Lincoln. While nothing is yet known about other orators from different parts of the state coming, it is thought to be altogether probable that Representative Allen, the president of the club, will be home on the evening train and that he will be accona I edy several of the prominent repub lican politicians of the state. Another address that promises to be listened to with much interest is one by Colonel Charles Williams, a former alder man of the city, on the important ques tion of municipal overnment. Mr. Wil liams has made a life study of the ques tion and, it is understood, has some views that are entirely his own. The club meeting will be held in Friend ship hall, and the committee having the affair in charge have made every neces sarytso uemetb for the comfort of the Light drinks and ciears will be there In plenty and a lunch has also been pro vided. COUNTY ATTORNEY SAYS HE WILL STOP GAMING So Soon as He Receives Definite Infor mation That It Has Been Started, He Will Act Promptly. SPECIAl. TO TIl INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, Feb. ia.-lhe poker tables in dsis city are doing a land office business. Despite the fact that the town was ordered closed as far as gambling was concerned and the county attorney declared that there should be no gambling, there has been sev eral stud and draw poker games running in full blast in different saloons of the city. It is understood tnat as soon as the pay checks had been cashed yesterday the gam blers decided that they would take a chance. The saloonmen who own places in which gambling was carried on say that they know nothing about the opening of games in their places, as they had gone home before anything was done, if any thing at all was done in the gambling open ing. County Attorney McCafIery when seen after the re-opening of the games said that it must be stopped immediately. lie said that he would not constitute himself a detective, int that as soon as he was ofil cially informed that gambling was being carried on he would take steps in the mat ter. LATEST NEWS OF THE MINES NIE SMELIER FOR CALIFORNIA TOWN BIG PLANT TO BE PUT UP ON NEW 'ORT BEACH AND THE MEN BE HIND THE SCHEME. SPECIAL TO TILE INTER IOUNTAIN. Santa Ana, Cal., Feb. sa.-It is reported that a plan is on foot to establish a big smelting plant near Newport Beach, on and donated by James Irvine of the San Joaquin ranch. Full details have not yet been made public, but it is understood that the scheme contemplates the bringing of ore from Lower California by water and the establishment of a big plant for the manufacture of sheet steel. According to the report the site of the proposed plant will be on the bluff near the Southern Pa SinAo railway and overlooking Newport beach, and by arrangement with the rail way company and the owners of the beach facilities have been secured for landing ore at the wharf and conveying it to the tmelter. Those behind the plan are said to be men with sufficient capital to carry it through in case it is fnally decided to go on with the work. It was asserted here aoday that James Irvine, owner of the San Joaquin ranch, will be in Los Angeles Sat. urday to transfer to the smelter company the required site, and that this transaction will conclude all preliminary arrange ments. TO ASK FOR A LOWER RATE Producers of Tintio, Wash., Will Appeal to the Railway. SPECIAL TO TI1E IUNTEa MOUNTAIN. Spokane, Feb. s.--The producers of Tintic have decided to appeal to the rail ways operating between the loading sta. tions of that district and the valley smelt. ers for such revision of the tariff as shall enable them to mine ores of a maximum velue of l$o per ton under the I.Sgo rate established last season, and to that end have been requested to meet en masse, at the rooms of the Commercial club, on Fri day.night, ebruary so. The producer, since the SI.So tariff was pomuldated, has, he believes, collected s.ch data that the traele managers can hardly get away from his way of thinking, and upon this showing has no doubt that the concessions will be granted. With the prvilege asked of the railways the pro. ducer see how an ore which does not ex ceed $1o in valuation may be to an extent blended with that which has a valuation of $ao. This as rule will conform to the requirements of the present treSlo which restricts the $1.5o rat to a $Is maximum, and yetas at present, such nicety and care is required n tIe sorting and in avert eging the contents of a lot tat the produce ton of oreun . $ is praeticelly bereft of proft. IZ ~ e dd that wit,. the maximum raIed to $so the toan.ges can at least be doubad the earuis of te railway co Increased. At U events, the producw -blovee bhlself Wnd the data nw ch hi petition is hued nradobleen ou hto obtan he oelo, uea te me thg utamauam peed of ts eashedd FALK OFF TO BUTTE TO BECOME A BENEDICT SPLCIAL TO Tnlt INTIu MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, Feb. as.-Felix Falk, one of the prominent and promising young busti eass men of the city, went to Butte this morning for the purpose of gettiga maU ried. His bride, Miss Winifred Yincent, is the daugher of one of the oldest set tiers living on Warm Springs creek, above the city of Anaconda. Mr. Falk has lived in Anaconda since :886, and during most of that time has been engaged in the butchering business with his father and brother, lie buys the cattle for the firm and is accounted one of the most expert buyers in the state. Ilis business life has been an honorable one and he has many warm friends around the city and in other parts of the state who will be extremely glad to hear of his happy marriage. hMaiss Vincent was born on the ranch of her father, about three miles above the city, end received her early education in this city. She also attended the Butte schools. The wedding will take place in Butte today at Mountain View parsonage and will be performed by Rev. A. H. Henry. The young couple will take the Oregon Short Line train at 4:55 for the south and expect to visit Denver, St. Louis and other Eastern points. They will return to Anaconda in about two weebs and occupy a house that has been prepared by Mr. Falk. WINNIE FITZPATRICK'S CASE TO COME UP AGAIN Napton Orders Reinstatement of Her Suit Against Frank Jones for Alleged Breach of His Promise. PIY.CIAL TO Tilt INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, Feb. sa.--'e case of Winnie Fitzpatrick against Frank Jones, the min ing man of IDanelsville, will have to be beard in court, according to the decision of Judge Napton. Miss itapatrick sued ones for breach of promiseaa of mu'rige and a short time ego a dismissal of the suit signed by Miss Fitapeotick was Bled in the district clerk's doce. The attorney for Miss Fitzpatrick, how ever, asked that the suit be reinstated as he had not been aware of the settlement. The matter wasu auud before Judge Napton and be .has now decided the matter by or dering the granting of the reinstatement of the case. MRS. E. .LPHISON'S SUIT Says J. H. Wein Promised to Marry Her and Didn't. Anaconda, Feb. a.--A breach of promise suit hias been filed in the district court in this city against J. H. Wein by Mrs. Ella Elphison. Damages are asked in the sum o .r12,oo0. Notwithstanding his protestations of love and intentions to marry her, it is said Mr. Wein recently visited Portland and married Miss Khan, and the couple are now living together as man and wife. The charge is made that owing to the alleged wrongful acts and misdeeds of Wein she ihas suffered mentally, and on that ground she asks for damages. such profit can be made as shall justify him in actively increasing the tonnage. In the meantime the traffic managers of the railways are quite willing to be snown how it is possible to increase their earn ings under a $Jo maximum, and if this can be done the petition of the producers will very likely be granted. STARTING A GOOD YEAR IN COLORADO ACTIVITY NOTED IN LODE AND PLACER MINES THAT PROMISE LARGER PRODUCTION. Breckenridge, Colo., Feb. a.--R. W. Foote, manager of the Colorado & \Vyo ming Development company, has secured the use of the fan, dynamo and the neces sary piping, which was formerly used by the Augusta Miuing & Milling tumnel in driving its zSoo-foot tunnel which con nects with the Juventa shaft, and is hav ing the machinery set up at the mouth of the "Orthodox" tunnel, which the company is driving for the large silver lead ore vein of the Wellington on Mineral hill. The dynamo will be operated by the Gold Pan electric plant at Breckenridge. As soon as the air supply is good and the breast of the tunnel has penetrated beyond the big "blind" vein recently encountered, drifts will be started on the vein which Is about eight feet across. The shipping grade of silver-lead ore from the two-pay streaks in this vein will be marketed as taken out, while the concentrating ore will be saved for milling during the summer. A wagon road from the tunnel dump to a near-by concentrating mill can be guilt on an easy grade as soon as the frost is out of the ground and by leasing the mill the company can dress its own ore. KITTIE BURTON'S RICHES Spokane, Feb as.-The assessment work for the present year discharged, Capt. W. P. Minor returned from the Redbird com pany's properties in Lemhi county, Idaho on Sunday, and is again devoting himself to the seals and records in the local of feces of the company. In the prosecution of the required work Capt. Minor says the gold-bearing ore was dropped Into in sev eral places and the group, consisting of no fewer than Is locations, promises to be made a most productive one. Down on Indian creek, where the Kittle Burton Mining company, consisting of a crowd of Michi anders, is operating, the management is dropping :S stamps on ores from the Ulysses with most munificent results, notwIthstanding the proceeds of the frst Io-day run did not exceed $zso. There was a readjustment, however, from superintendent down, and from the next run of so days the company cleaned up s49 ounces of gold of a valuation of nearly. $ c.o. At present the company, foa which I3. C. Edwards Is the manager, is rushing work on the serial tramwaybe. tween the Ulysses mines and the mill, while under ground the rock is maintain. lua average of about *as, with the lde vars from eight to 3o feet be S e local discoveries in the locality are doing much to encourage development, sys the c ptsin, the article havlng boen lonsd at OUei ditinct points, while over zoo tons a month are coming from one of the meastss. FELIX FALK. SCARCITY OF ROOMS NOTED Closing of Montana Has Caused Travel ing Public Great Inconvenience. SPECIAL. TO TIlE INTrE MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, Feb. za.-The scarcity of rooms in this city is causing great incon venience to tu. traveling public visiting this citky. When a large theatrical troupe comaes to the city they have great diMi culty in getting a place to sleep. The elosln of the Montana has caused the matter to grow worse, and at times these cold nig ht its almost impossible to secure a Iodging. Three of the Frank L.aniels troupe tated that they had tried all night to get a place to sleep, and that after walking the streets all night they had given the matter up at S o'clock. J. .M'BARVEY IS DISMISSED No One Appears to Prosecute the Aged Unfortunate. NrPECAI. TO TIER INTKS MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, Feb. ja.-James ,Mcl arvey, the 7o-year-old man who was yesterday ar rested on a charge of shoplifting, was re leased Iy the eheriff yesterday afternoon upon being direoted to do so by the county attorney. The man was arrested on the street and when searched at tbe city jail was found to have innumerable articles which he had evidently stolen fron, diller ent stores in the city. At the trial no one appeared to prosecute him and the case against himn was dis missed. 4 r This signature is on ev ery box of the genuine Laxative IraN-OquIuIue Tablets the remedy that cures a cold in one day. 10 IESI PROCESSES HEW TO LEADVILLE ELECTRICITY AND CYANIDE TO BE USED IN MILLS JUST BUILT-TO GO AFTER RICH VEIN. SPECIAl. TO TlHE INTER MOUt:TAIN. Leadville, Colo., Feb. a2.-Important progress is being made on different mill. ing enterprises of the camp. While the A. Y. & Minnie mill and the A. M. W. mill have been successfully handling their low grade ore the new mill to be started up within so days will handle an entirely dif ferent class of material. Both electrical and cyanide processes will be introduced independently for the first time by the two mills which have just been completed. At the Resurrection mill the ore is to be handled by magnetic separation. The mill being erected will handle the big bodies of zinc sulphides of that prop erty. The mill has already treated anuc cessfully some of the dump material, but none of the ore of the mine has yet been hanoted. The cyaniding process will be employed by the new Breece hill mill, which was erected by the Ballard people. This mill will handle not only the ore from the Ballard mine, but if the process is a success will handle any ores susceptible to cyanide treatment. Diamond Cut Diamond. [Philadelphia Press.] President Leeds of the Rock Island, and Chairman Reid of the same road are bosom friends. They are together so much that the street has nicknamed them "The Rock Island Twins." One day Mr. Reid came into the office of Mr. Leeds with a morning newspaper in his hand. On the first page was a pic ture that looked like a reproduction of a very bad photograph of some criminal or other. At the bottom of the picture was printed the name of President Leeds of the Rock Island. "There you are. Leeds-Just like you, too l" said Reid, throwing the paper at his chum. Mr. Leeds took it up and looked at it. Now, Mr. Leeds is one of the handsome men on the street, and, as he doesn't seem to know it may yet be pardoned for resenting that hideous parody on himself. What he said had nothlny to do with the story, but what Mr. Reid said was: "Well, if you want them to make you look bhandsome, you should get a good looking man to pose for vyen. The president swallowed the insult with what grace he ecould. About a week later he got even with his partner, but the pro. cess cost him $lo. The same paner that had printed the photograph of Fresident Leeds brought out what purported to be a picture of Chairman Reid. It was more hideous than the former picture. Mr. Leeds walked into Mr. Reid's room and handed him the paper. 'TI Rlvo you :so if you'll tell me the name of the handsome man that posed for that picture of you" he said. The ehairma -ookei at the picture. He saw that the oke was on him. So be an. swerd, smilingt Ge the ten. His name is D,. 0. Born-To the wife of Gabriel Gasson, a ean. MISS BRYTAI IS OVERCOME AT DESK hCHOOL TEACHER FAINTS AND HAS TO BE TAKEN TO HER HOME IN A CONVEYANCE. IPECIAI. TO Tilt INTgER MOU5NTAIN. Anaconda, Feb. s.--Miss Clara L. Bry ant, one of the teachers in the high school, iinted while opening school this morning ult wars taken to her home in a hack. The young lady Is reported much better thiq afternoon, and it is hoped that she Jill be able to resume her work in the borning. JEFFERSON MEN ARE HERE Seriff Gibson and Attorney Shoemaker In the City. SPr.CIAI. TO TIt INTR nMOUNTAISN. Anaconda, Feb. s.--Sheriff Gibson and County Attorney Strannahan of Jef ferson county are in the city attending to some official usines. Mr.Mr. Strannahan has been very busy all the forenoon look ing through the records in the office of the county recorder and sheriff and has been royally entertained by Sheriff Stor rar. Both gentlemen will leave for their homes on the evening train and expect to remain a few hours in Butte. CARPENTERS TO FILE PAPERS Anaconda Feb. wa.-Articles of incor poration wil be Aled today with the sec. setary of state by Anaconda union, No. ,U ot the Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of Ameriea. The tle ha purha the bildin on Commercial street next to Frioedship hall and will ix it up for a meetig place and rent the lower part for busines pur Te trustees and Incorporators are ter Wade, J. S. Roy and D. K. Mc ANACONDA URIEFS A. D. T. messengler--prompt, reliable. Clerk of the District Court Thomas yent to Butte last night and returned n the late train. II. V. Warnoek of the Cummings Com mission company was in Butte last even 'embers of the Methodist congregation ill give a reception to their new pastor, ev. Mr. Hanby, on Friday evening. F. N. Wilde. formerly of the Basin Progress, has taken up his residence in tins city as the correspondent of the Butte Miner. Griffith Thomas and Ida B. Cutler were arried yesterday at the home of Mrs. icClelland, No. s8 Main street. The ceremony was performed by eyv. Mr. Minnick of the Christian church. The revival meetings at the Christian church still continue and it is reported that many converts are being tIade. The special services will continue during the week. EEu ene Tra. r, news editor of the ndrd, h one to Kansas City with sick wi e. HUNORED LADRONES ATTACK TOWN IN MINDORA Driven Off With Loss by SConstabulary-Cannot Locate Bandits. SY ASSOCIATED PRES.S Manila, Feb. 1a.-A hundred ladrones httacked the town of Nanjan, island of alindora, yesterday. Constabulary re pulsed them after a scattering fight which hasted several hours, during which one ladrone was killed and one wounded, 'A wenty women and children living in te town were injured. Inspector Crockett, with a large force Smounted constabulary, has swept rough Northern Itisal and Southern lacan, where ladrones have been oper ing, but le failed to find a trace of CII. EARL OF DUDLEY THINKS THE SOLUTION IS NEAR Lord Lieutenant of Ireland Believes That Amicable Settlement of Land Question Is Possible. iY ASSOCIATED PRgIR. D)ublin, Feb. Ia.-The karl of Dudley, lord lieutenant of Ireland, at the annual dinner of the royal college of surgeons here yesterday evening, made a very opti mistic speech, during which he declared that the prospects for the future of Ireland were very enooearw . Agitation had been rgely abandoned and he hoped that those who were espon sible for the government of Ireland would sever again be compelled to enforce the ezceptional trsatment which they had been obliged to impos early in ages. Never in hs life bad ah simed enything more glad Sthan lasht week' proclamatinSon. .he ountry had shown a genuine desire a just, finl end emicable solution or *e land question end he believed the re cent land conference would prove an epoch in Irish history, the main spring thereot being toleration, moderation and co-opera. tion and with these principles there was nothing Ireland could not accomplish. BREAT MENU FOR TONIGHT Here Is What the Busines Men Will Sit Down To. That those who attend the Business Men's banquet at the Thornton hotel to. night will tartake of a delicious and select menu Is shown by the following menu to be served: Olympia Oyster Cocktail Celery Olives Salted Almonds Bouillon en Tasse .Sauterne Fried Smelts Remoulade Jullemas Potatoes Sweetbreads Croquette. a Is Marechale Petit POts Cigarettes Punch I Abraham Lincoln Champagne Stuled Sprin Chicken Mais au Gratin Potatoes rbanconne Lettuce Salad Camembert Roquefort Cigars Cafe Nefr. Billiards at the Palter. Classified Advertisements IcA Word Ic HELP WANTED-MALE WANTED--oys. A. D. T. Company. ANY PERSON who will distribute sam. ples for $j daily should address "Stand ard" 4 Wells, Chicago. MEN WANlTEI) for the United States Navy: machinists, firemen, coal passers, electricians, shipwrights, seamen, ordinary seamen, landtsmen, appretllires, and mess attendants; must be Amlerircan born citi zens or have made legal d.claration of inl tention to become citizens. Only men of good character and physique need apply. or information apply in person or by let. ter to Naval Recruiting Station, ilutte, Montana. INTELI.IGE(NT MAN to call on business and professional men: permanent posi tion and good pay. Manager, Ilox 7P, Philadelphia. WANTED-A partner in a good paying restaurant. Apply at Formel's, No. soo West Porphyry, or No. Jas South Main. LOAN OFFICE 5iE1L.'S LOAN OFFICE--No. ill East Park street. Money loaned on every articl of value. MONEY TO LOAN MON E% to loan on any kind of security. The Davenport Co., si Hamilton street. LOANS-Money to loan at 8 per cent; no delays. Hall Brothers, No. 48 East Broadway, Butte, Montana. LOANS--Oa furniture; low rates. Boosn ., No. y West Broadway. MONEL TO LOAN-Jaikman & Armi taeP Co., Hlrbur blooeek northeast corner Maim and Broadway. OCULIST AND AURIST DR. T. A. GRIGG-r.ye, ear, nose, throat and lungs; prices moderate; terms cash. No. 4$ Hlrbour building. 'Phone o34A. FURNITURE NEW COUCHES, $s up; new ranges to exchange for old stoves and furniture; storage. Oechsli, No. 4a West Broadway. NOODLE PARLORS MElWAH Noodle Parlors-lmporters Ilne teas, noodles. Chau, Sule Meiwah Co., No. as,, corner Mercury, the alley. ASSAYER JOHIN R. BAP'lTY-Assayer, No, IS llani. ilton street, Butte, Montana. FITZPATRICK & LEWIS-Assayers. Successors tI A. B. Ros.lbauer. so8 N. Wyn. at. 'I'holne 659-II. 1'. (). lx i 14. PERSONAL WANTEDI)-You to be protected in the Harrison Mutual Burial Association. See Sherman & Reed. COLLECTIONS Bt'l-L AIDJUSTME NT LCOMll'ANY Collects bad bills; try it. as15 N. Main. FOR RENT FOR RIENT - Nicely furnisshed front suite of rooms. No. 206 N. \V;Washigton street. FOR RENT- Furnilshed iront s oom; modern. 9 (olhnlsbia at. TRANSIENT-Special, York block. No. 66 West Park. FOR RENT-Two nicely turnished front rooms, with board, $;o each per monoth. All modern conveniences. No. 309og West Granite. MODERN six-room house, electric light, bath, West Side, $.t5 per month. In quire at Dr. Pernhehn's. Ifirbour building. HOTEl. OXFORD-Rooms $so up. First. class; modern conveniences. So. Main. SCIENTIFIC MASSEUR MRS. I.. B. CARSON, scientific masseur. Olices ..os. 874-275 J'ennoylvanla build Ing. 'Phone 997-B. MIDWIFE PRIVATE home for ladies. sro Dakota at. SURGICAL H. H. hIANSON, M. L.--General opera. tive surgeon. Offices: as, *6, 17, Silver Bow Block. Telephone 40*. PRIVATE SCHOOL MISS TURNLEY'S SCIIOOL-Al Irades taught. No. 43ta West Mercury. Only private school. WANTED-DOG WANTLD-To buy large doge with short hair. Great Danes preferred. Enquire omflee building, theater. Dick P. Sutton. TRANSFERS WHY MOVE your household goods aid other valuables in an open wagon wh:n' you can move so much cleaner, quicker and cheaper in our new van? Call up Telepheae a3. Montana Truck & Trauster Co. ONce: No. s| West Broadway. FOR bALE-MISCELLANEOUS FURNITURE of three rooms for sale. 5a4 Nevada Avenue. FOR SALE- Restaurant and confection. ery store, cheap. Apply at Formel'rs, No. meo West Porphyry street, or No. 381 South Main. CLEANING AND DYEING PAUMIE'S Parisian Dye House-All work guaranteed. No. 60 \Vest Galena street. 'Phone 747-A. French dyelng and eleaning. FOR SALE BARGAs.S I BARGAINS I l-$6,ooo.o worth of fine furnriture aust boe t from swellest bhouse in the city;I oant new s leather sofas and chairs. $s,ooo.oo bed room suit In nine pieces, good as new, 5 only $Soo.oo. Butte Exchange Furniture CO., so W. Broadway. FOR SALE-A cosyt so-room lodging a house rent only Ss! per meonth. Apply at FormaStl's, No. zoo West Porphyry street e or No. sas South MaJn. STOVE REPAIRS PHOTOGRAPHERS DUSSEAU A TIO SON-Photosraph. er Arnt-class work garanteed. Nea sty-at9 East Park street. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE 1FR 1ALE-Great bargains in real estate this week. Apply at Formels, No. toe West Porphyry or No. sas South Main. WANTED-SALESMEN SALESMEN, up-to-date, active, to sel lirst class groceries direct to consumers at wholesale; iArstclass territory and lib eral ir,!ucements. (;George Meldum & Co., Nos. to. and 71 North Green street, Chi cago. Ill. MEDICAL Goldberg block, Butte. We treat suc cessfully diseaucs of wome:t, catarrh, stomach and bowel troubles. Vapor baths and massage treatmelnt in connection. 1 1 1 The Best friend the Northwest Ever Had "*The Road That Made the Northwest Famous." LEAVES BUTTE. For St. Paul and East, daily. .8 :j p. m. Great Fails loeal, daily...... :4s a. a. ARRIVES BUTTE. From St. Paul, daily...... s:is gr'. From Great FaUs and llelea, daily .................. 4:4o p. m. FUI.. INFORMATION FROM City Ticket Office. No. 4 North Male street, Butte. J. K Dawson, General Agent. Pullman, Dining and ' Library Car Route to SALT LAKE DENVER KANSAS CITY OMAHA CHICAGO ST. LOUIS And All Eastern Points Short Line To Colorado, Arizona and Mexico San Franclsco, Los Angeles (Ocean or Iail.) PORTLAND And All Pacific oeast Points ARRIVE. DEPART. No. 9.....6 :4op. m. No. ...4:45p.. No. 7.....a:45sa.. No. io...a:osa.U. Ticket Office 105 N. Main Street Butte, Montana. H. 0. WILSON, GENERAL AGT. Atchison,Tope ka& Santa fe Ry. Co. SANTA FE ROUTE 3 Trains Daily From Denver to Kansas City and Chi eago. Also the direct line to Galves ton, El Paso, City of Mexico and the mining camps of New Mexico aid Arlu enoa. For particulars shout the RE. DUCED RATES EAST this aunlmr apply to C. F. WARREN, General Alent, 481 Dooly Block Sa't Lake City, Utah. Denver & Rio (irande and the Rio irande Western Travel During Fall and Winter Seasons The Journey to Ihe East via Salt Lake City and slors the shores of the Great Salt Lake through beau. tiful Glenwood, Colorado Sprianlg and Denver is one of unaiter. rupted delilht la winter au well U lan summer. In fact, theL fall sad winter seasons adds but a neow grandeur and charm to the travel Iscenes end Infuses an element of variety and beauty to the unsse passable wonders along the Ule Grande Western and Denver & Rio Grand ines. Through sleep. lag and dininogl car service. Per ' onsally coducsted weekly emre, alons. For rates or ilformaueie apply to, 0 . W. FITZGERALD, SGe. Ageek STicket OMee S47 &E. Broadway, Butte. WANTED Solicitors. Call or address · irculator. INTER IOUNTAIN.