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IN MISER'S HOME Moldy Bank-Notes, White With Age, in Trunk of Man of Harper's Hollow. GOLD AND SILVER FORM SPRINGS OF HIS COUCH Bag of White Metal Found in a Can of Flour-Dead Man Had Barricaded Himself in His House for Years and Was Safe From Anything Short of a Siege-Now a Sister Will Get It All. It'e 'hu -rl I \ I I It 'tl tin , ,11sh l., l' )1' . J. \p 14.- I'tt.l' i(t k I I n ": iitar. l ik l. knot llin ; is the mier iand hr t ,t - Iiii tli' IIlet.ow, has lei.n fu.n, & .11 t In :i h, ut, 1Ih hill .in t ,riLth sii lli i ' cu1 al d ilii r l:ien ih iilr I tra l h , l ,ll ,t lmi IIt Iif , Ira ittigi n 11i h.1 l nieatt r ltat nl.rrit i, and allt th, mo.,rnt ty i ,t "nut int, i. ipose, .ion he h,,, lrl 1. Ili wiod not trust any ofl, .l Ithe L nk . i llt kit t i ' l. i it i n a place . i ( calhled l ho w. A , 11 r b wastt:t hIarricadhl front :1,10l hllk and no .I'ne cou ,I haveI eroiktl in .ith ult a Iu nn .t . S t was said the hut l 2 .t . it thed t itIne'y, ; til n whu til %.aitterrs. IUIke openI hii trunk. trt hey funtm a pI.l, ,, Ihia k r iils ,,ovrtI d with In the l,: iln , w hi'h he sl.1pt many puitts of . ,Id aml (a Ivtr w.ere foundl . In a tant partly i ille l with flour was found a htg, of silver. In f(it, wherever the itur starthed they ((mull money. 'I he in D,,, , ib,,r. hill. . o !l, pe-nni, s. It w.t. I.,rn,'l that Flynn had a sister see Patrick ia.I - mi nn'r. She allegd that she Aint s that the money foundl waIq a small part of ihe. wealth of her brother and ordheral the".rarth I rt..,,td,1 CONSOLIDATION OF PUB LISHING INSTITUTIONS Methodists Throughout the Land Are to Have the Proposition Submitted to Them in Near Future. nv 4t5 o A1.III11 Il" >s. (Chicago. April i4.- -.ithodiits tllr(ough out the land will h:ae put before th m fir conlsidration and diiscusion tolay the plan to Ilmerg' illto one cor paorate institution, the two great pub liihing houses of the church, the Metho dist Book concern in New York and the W\esterl .Methodit Bnook concern of Cincinnati and Chicago. The suggestions of the book committee of the Methodist general conference, the result of the spe cial committee's delihi rations in F:ebru ary together with a review of the his tory of the work of the publishillg houses of the Mfecthodist church be circulated inll the form of a supplement issued with the regular edition of the Northwestern Christian Ahdvocate., and kindred publi cations throgllhout the United States. The final decisinll on the unlificatlon of the puhlicatilns cannot lie reached until the clionrence convenes in .ro Angeles in May, ht,4, though it is the general impressiuon tha;t the consolidation will lie effected. lit 4lhe ject is to unite the two corporations tndter one firmn title and gather ul:der the onn roof the varied publishing inlte'rest. conected with Sab bath hool literature andh the elnormots book husincss which ale now divided he twtvee-t the two plant in New York and I incintaiti. 'Iihe l"pwrth Ilrrahl will lihe lpu lishetdl inl the inltititliol; but the peri ,olii.ls. of hlich there are five, anil a In., r:zin printtd in I ermtan in ('incin nt Ii. will le i.tiued from the point, lwhere t1:th y uto now publithih ,l. It is calculatdl thait :in ;liltIal saving of C$lir, can he f(, it ted ciiiiliniitg the crprations. BRYAN, HILL AND GROVER TELL HOW IT IS COMING Agree That United Democracy Can Rout the "Forces of Plutocracy" if They Stand Together. IlY AS.,1cI'A'I ll I'tI.SS. New York, April 4.-l.etters from for mer President Cleveland. W. J. IBryan and ex-Seinator Diavid B. IHill were read at lust night's Thomas hJtllersonll dinner at " amntany hall given by the ctanntittce of the Thirty fourth district. Illn his letter ex-President ('leveland said: "In the crowdin ig incidi nts and coll stattly changing conditions of our peo Ilc's life ii.w issues and new subjects of political thought and action must fre quently present theImselves to the test of democratic judgment. The only sin cere w:y for outr party to deal with these is first to discover their character and their tendencies for good or evil, and thereupon to treat them in such a manner as will recognize constitutional restric tion and the necessity of safe conserva tismr, while at the saute time we keep in sight as our unfailing guide and the supreme object of our political endeavor, a conscientious regard for the best and highest interest of the people without favoritism or unjust discrimination." Mr. Bryan in his letter said: "1 trust that the banquet will inspire those pres ent to imitate Jefferson in a fight for the application of democratic principles of government without compromise to plutoc racy." In his lettcr, written from Wolfert's Roost, former Senator Hill announced: v'- United democracy can win the great contest in 1904 aind rout the forces of plutocracy,." By Butte Liederkranz. The Grand Opera .ouse of Butte will be the scene of a grantu concert to be given by the Butte Liederkranz on April 36. Alfred Paynter will be the director of the affair, and an exceptional musical programo will be rendered. The following vell-known musicians will take part in the ,fncert: Mrs. Fred Ferrell, Mrs, W. C. bierks, Mrs. FitzButler, Miss Ida Scott, Fred Kuphal and Miss Mamie Finnegan, Mrs. E. McPherson and E. V. .Matlack will act as accompanists. UASHES CHILD ON A STOVE IN FURY Then, Shouting "Your Turn Nextl" to Terrified Wife Husband Takes Flight. MAD WITH JEALOUSY HE WARNS HER TO BE HOME Returning and Finding Her and the Three-Year-Old Baby Out, the Mad dened Man Seeks Child and Dashes Out Its Brains-When Caught, Hiding in Brother's Home, Ho Denies It All. ilY AS ,on IATI' 1 PRI S. NSew York, April 14.--hn colnslqurence of thllrets m:ale by her husband if hlie were not at hJne.: whe, I.e returned, he woulhi kI iler iand their (-ycar ill ,l.ughtelr. Ir.. Jaeger of Itrroklyn .n.uhllt refuge in the housie of her sister. W'henc Joeger returnel horne last night he found the rornns deserted. Infuria;ted he ran from the hrousle ;atl huntedl in dilfer int places for his wife. Ever)lbody deinied having seen her, but he waited and watched at his sister-in ,Lws door until he halrd the voice of his chi l at play with other children. lhtrstr ing in the door, Ie knocke'd his wife nagaiinst the wall and grahled his daughter by the legs as shie flw to her mother's anrs. .Mrs. Ji.egi r fell on her knees and beggged h l n,,t to injure the child. Shout inlg cursess it his wife. andi still ho, ling the child by thI hI;s, he swumng the little body around his heal antd brought the hi ad d . w ith crlehin, fort. on the stove. lIe drllppel the thild then and slotut, d at his ws ft It is your turn it xt." The Ruffian Caught. Ilhe thent ran ay and, going to a friend ithandlr Ilion $5 ;nil ti h hiln to hurry iand git a slit tot and inurise ts his little girl h.iI ,Inb n hurt. A dctn r was called in andI sail the chiil's shkull had ibeen rush c-I in many ,places an she could nit live. J-. er 'was caug;ht shrtly before midnight holing in the I,.mo lme of-his breither. lIe I.tsail lie did not know anythiing alout the inijry io his chill. STEVENS' NARROW ESCAPE Kicked by Horee He Is Saved by His Fat PocketLook. Sl'Iý IAL 10 I III. 1 1 14# AfoCI- AIN. Missoula. April 1.. - Mlayor A. M. Ste.vcni w.as saved from death yesterday ,y a large tpurse he carried in his lpcket. Jlust ;Ia hie ntred his l,iarn one of the horses, a viciittl animal. kicked, and both feet struck Mr. Stveiis full ill the chest. Owing to the fact that they landed on the pocketlhk the force of the blow was broken and the mayor was able to leave the stable. lie was somewhuiat jarred, but was able to he around as usual today. LYNCH MAY NOT LIVE TO RECEIVE PARDON Irish Patriot Is Said to Be Sinking Very Fast in His Prison. IIY AS.%( IAlI) PRESS. I tuII,,n, :\pril 14.-- It is learned that th , frindl s of ( -I,,tn' l lynch who is un der:,,ing a s(nlltetce of life imprisonment for hisuh treason in aiding and abetting the ltocrs in tlu ir war against Great Btritain, are greatly concerned about his hicalt in prison. I.ynch has lost weight as well as spirits and his frieculs are say ing that his 'heal.th is failing rapidly and that he may int live long enough to be pardlned by a -pecial act of grace by the kins,, after the royal visit to Ireland. BLAST WORKS HAVYO Tons of Rock Sent Hurl ing Through Air to Crash Into Houses. New York, April t4.-Mueh havoc was caused in the Bronx yesterday by a blast fired in the work of cutting t17nd street througl fromt Third avenue to Fulton avenue, This cutting is through an itm mense a all of solid rock. The blast broke witndows of more thallit a score of houses ill Third avenue anid partly wrecked one house, and the shock knocked down sev eral children ( ho were on their way to school, injuring some of them slightly. A fragtment of rock weighing about a ton crashed through a frame house tear Ing holes through four partitions and the front and rear walls and demolishing a piano and several articles of furniture. Fragments of rock broke the window of a dentist's operating room, covering the dentist and a patient with broken glass. Ten blocks from the blast a aindow was broken against %lNich a baby was pressing its face and the baby escaped. A woman in the house swooned and needed the at tcution of physicians for hours after wards. The foreman in charge of the operation was arrested and arraigned in court, but the magistrate paroled him. Danger of Colds and Grip. The greatest danger from colds and grip is their resulting in pneumonia. If rea sonable care is used, however, and Chain. berlain's Cough Remedy taken, all danger will be avoided. Among the tens of thou sands who have used this remedy for these diseases we have yet to learn of a single case having resulted in pneumonia, which shows conclusively that it is a certain pre. ventive of that dangerous disease. It will cure a cold or an attack of the grip in less time than any other treatment. It is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by Paxson & Rock feller, Newbro Drug Co.., Christie & Leys, Newton Bros. To Be Expected. [I'rinceton Tiger.] (;irafe--"Jlrother Gorilla is uproarious." Leopard--"le's full of animal spirits." TERRIFIC CRASH II THE MURKY NIGHT Then Doomed Schooner Fills and Goes Down in Less Than Half a Minute. CAPTAIN CLIMBS INTO RIGGING WITH FAMILY His Boy Is Knocked From His Arms and Lost and a Sailor to Whom His Wife Had Given the Girl, Was Engulfed in the Angry Waters--Run Down by a Steamer, Although Lights Were Shown l.y AS. tIl IAi 'n l.bI9. , (;:alveston. TI.x.. A.pril I4.--' he schoon rr Mali g;trrt I. W\ard was rammed and sunk by the Southern P';acific steamer I-I Hin .g mtile% asnt of her-. Two children of ('iapt.in McKeown were lIst and two setnitn i.f the same ve'ss. Accordilng to McKi own. all his lights wre' IbrninRg brightly and every signal Imile to avoid the collision, but the big tsteamer bore down on the doomed vessel ruttinlg her in txw an.l sendilinl her to the tottoi imcmediatetly. From accountslt of the collision given by the engincrr. t lark and Chief Mate Ingalls, it was about Jo seconds fromn the time if the collision until the ward sank. I he ciaptain had his family aboard They were anslepi in the cabin. The mate saw the steamer andl tarted to ring the bells. l he % hole crew turned out; all htlls were ringing; the whistles were blowing; all banlds on deck were shouting for l.ear lift. and loth Iianchor arclight were ~showing whetn tlh. El Rio struck thie schNlner carryintg her aft gangway), andi rtl ting into the cabin. All hands took to the rigging. Captain McK-own had his ,son in his arms, but was rtruck with something int the rigging, and the little fellow slipped into the sea Mrs. aMcKeion gave the little daughter to one (,f the sailhrs. who) was lost while tr)ing to save her. JEANNETTE SOUTHWICK DEAD Six-Year-Old Child of Former Butteites Now in Great Falls. Jeannette Southwick. the 6-year-old dtaughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. South wick of Great Falls. who formerly lived in llutte, died at the former city yester day. She was the niece of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. ltickelnhack. and Mrs. Bickenback left for Great Falls last night to attend the funeral. ECZEMA, NO CURE, NO PAY. Your druggist will refund your money If PAZ() OINTMENT fails to cure Ring worm, Tetter, Old Ulcers and Sores, Pim ples and Blackheads on the .face, and all skin diseases. o50 cents. Colonel Lynch. ENEMIES PURSUE HER Mrs. Vanderbilt Must Give Up Store and Home in New York. BY ASSOCIAT' D PRSP.s. New York, April 14.-Mrs. Jacob H. Vanderbilt has been notified by her land. lord that she must relinquish possession of her fashionable tea and smoking rooms on Fifth avenue. Simultaneously Mrs. Vanderbilt received another notice from another landlord that she must give up possession on the same date of her resi dence on East Thirty-seventh street. "It looks very suspicious that I should receive both the notices on the same day," said she. "It looks as though enemies were still at work; but I am di.naycd. I shall get other rooms rght in this block. I have not been satisfied with the old quarters. I want a front room. Our business is good and I am sure that we shall get along much better when we get established in really proper quarters." When Mr. Margolla, from whom Mrs. Vanderbilt rents her tea and smoking rooms, was seen, he said: "Mrs. Vanderbilt Is a very fine woman, but I must have the rooms." TO TIIE STOCKIHOLDERS OF TIlE DOS. TON & MONTANA C'ONSO LIDATED COI'I'ER & SILVER MINING COMI'ANY--NTICE. Notice is hereby given thra the annual meet Ing of the stockholders of the Bolton & Mo.. tans Consolidated Copper & Silver Mining Company of Montana, will be held at Butte, Montana, on Thursday, April 30, 190o, at Is o'clock noon, at the olice of the company, The business to be transacted at this mrate inlg will be the election of directors nad such other business as may legally come before it. The transfer books of the company will be closed from April 14, 903o, to April lo, 19o3, both days inclusive. F. I'., AT)DICKS, Secretary. Butte, Montana, April 4, 1903. MINING APPLICATION NO. 4489, United States Land OSee, elena, Montana, March 6, spol. Notice is hereby given that Savia Lisa, Martin ULis and lijah Boyer, whos poes ofties address is Butte, Montae, have this day Sled their application for a patent for ,loo linear feet, being so0 feet westerly and 1,jg9 feet easterly from dissevery shaft of the Edna P. Lode, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted on the 88th day of Pebruary, 90oo, situated in Independence (uanor ganised), mining district, Silver Bow county, state of Montana, designated as Survey No. 6833, in Section as, Township 3 north, Range 8 west, being more partiew larly described as follows: Beginning as the southwest corner a point in the east end line of Survey No. 3467, a granite stone set in the ground, with a mound of stone alongside, and marked .48jS feo Corner No. t, from which the quarter :ection Corner on the south boundary of Section as, Township 3 north, Range west, bears south 9 degrees iS msnute. west, ,o039g.8 feet; and running thence north 8 degrees or minutes west, uas.g feet; thence north y8 degrees t minutes cart, 1,481 feet; thence south 8 degrees op n.inutes east, 349 feet; thence south pm degrees west, 3,Soo feet to the place of be. ginning, containing an area of t4.68 acres claimed by the above named applicants. The location of this clelaim is of record it the Reecorder's office dI Silver Bow county, Montana, in Book "H," of Lode Locations, at Page m98. The adjoining claims to these premises are Survey No. p726, Sister Annie Loee, Lot sg9, on the south; Survey No. S3641 Uig Pend Lode, on the west, and the Jupi tcr Lode, unsurveyed, on the north. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. SAMUEL BARKER, JR., Attorney for Applicants. [First Publication March 7, o90o3. APPLICATIOlI; FOR A PATENT, NO. 4658. United States Land Omre, Helena, Montana, March S, 19o3. Notice is hereby given, that Richard I. De Kay, whose postoffice address is Ana conda, Montana, has this day filed his application for a patent for 40 acres of placer ground, known as the Diamond Placer Mine, bearing lime rock, in Lost Creek (unorganized), mining district, county of Deer Lodge and state of Mon. tannn, and designated by the field notes and official plat on file in this office as Survey Number 6830o, in fractional Town. ship S north, Range is west of principal base line and meridian of Montana, said Survey No. 683o being as follows, to-wit: Beginning at Corner No. r, which is also quarter Section Corner between See. tions 9 an10 so, Township 5 north, Range ts west, a limestone 6x8xso inches above ground, marked one-quarter on its west face for one-quarter corner, and t-683o for Corner No. 1 of this survey; running thence south no degrees so minutes west, 663 feet; thence south 89 degrees 4o mia. ftes east, 657 feet; thence south no degrees so minutes west, 1,3x6 feet; thence north 89 degrees 40 minutes west, 657 feet thence north no degrees so minutes east, 663 feet; thence north 89 degrees 4o minutes west, 657 feet; thence nor* no degrees se minutes east, s,3a6 feet; thence south 89 degrees 40 minutes east, 657 feet to the place of beginning, containing In all 4o.oe acres, claimed by the above named appil The location of said Diamond Plaser clm is recorded in the Recorder's office of Deer Lodge county, Montana. in Book g of Placer Locations, on Page rsa. There are o adjoining nor conflicting claims so far as known. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Diamond Placer Mine are required to file their adverse claims with the Register of the United States Land Office, at Helena, in the state of Montana, during the sixty days' perion of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. (First Publication March 6, 1903.3 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF MONTANA. James A. Murray, plaintiff, vs. the Home Investment and Realty Company, the Mon tana Loan and Realty Company, the City of Butte, N. B. Holter, and N. J. Gould, trustees, Lee Mantle and James W. For bis, trustee, defendants. REFEREE'S SALE OF REAL PROPERTY. Notice is hereby given that the under signed, under and by virtue of an order and decree entered on the 18th day of March, 1903, in the above entitled action in the above entitled court, will, on Thursday, the t lth day of June, 19o3, at the hour of two o'clock p. m. of said day, at the front door of the court house, in the city of Butte, county of Sil ver Bow, state of Montana, sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, upon the following terms, to-wit: Ten per cent cash to be paid at the time of the sale, and the balance of purchase price to be paid upon the confirmation of said sale by the court, all of the following dcscribel real estate, to-wit: That certain portion of the railroad claim as patented to the plaintiff, particu larly described as follows: Beginning at the southeast corner of the tract herein described, from which the point of inter section of the north boundary of M. E. No. gSu, and the east line of the Nel lie lode claim bears south 65 degrees 4 minutes west, 368.3 feet; running thence north 5 degrees St minutes west, 198.8 feet; thence north 75 degrees g3 minutes west, 86.9 feet; thence south a degrees sa minutes east, aa8.5 feet; thence north 84 degrees 9 minutes east, 81.6 feet to the place of beginning, together with all the lodes, ledges, veins, rock in place, mines, minerals and mineral-bearing rock or earth therein contained, and all the rights and privileges, extra-lateral or oth erwise, conferred for mining ,laims by United States patent, underlying the above described parcel of land, and :nderlying the following described lot, piece or parcel of land, of which the above is a. portion, to-wit: That certain mining claim or premises known as the railroad lode claim designa ted as Lots Nos. a58 and 330, embracing a portion of Sections t8, Township 3 north Range 7 west, and Section 13, Township 3 north, Range 8 west, in Summit Valley mining district, Silver Bow county, Mon tana, and bounded and described as fol lows: Beginning at Corner No. s, a granite stone 8x:ax14 inobrt, marked t M. C. 158, a mound of earth alongside, from which the quarter section corner on west boundary line of Section sa, Township 3 north, Range 7 west, bears north 54 degrees, :o minutes west, p88 feet distant; thence first course, Mag. Var. so degrees, 3o minutes east, south : degree, west 496 feet intersect the south boundary line of Lot No. uto B., the Emery plaer claim, an4 the north bnundary line of iM. E. No. ss:, 517 feet to cornet No. a, a granite stone :8i :ax8 indhes, marked a M. C. sea, a mound of earth and stone alongsidej thence se. o14d uru, Mag. Var. so degr seo m. is east, north So degrees 4 minutes west, 67o feet to a point from which the discovery shaft bars north a degree, est art feet distant, ,See feet to corner No. ., a granite stone sSkix inches, marked . M. C. 33o, a mound of stone alongside the same being aorner No. so of Lot No. j36, the Nellie Lode claim, from which a granite stone, marked P. I. M. C. 234, is at the point of intersection of the east end line of said Lot No. t36, with the north boundary line of said M. E. No. Snt, bears north y degrees 43 minutes east, y feet distant; thence third course, lag. Var. so degrees 4S minutes east, north degree, east 416.5 feet, intersect the north side line of said Lot No. 346, Sty feet to corner No. 4, a granite stone eonxxy inches, marked 4 M. C. e3o, a mound of stone alongside; thence fourth course, Mas. Var. to degrees 46 minutes eat, south o8 degrees 4o minutes east 73.5 feet, intersect the west end line of Lots Noe. 8t and Isl, the Marie Louise Lode claim, tt3a.S feet, intersect the west boundary line of said Lot No. Ito, P. l38. feet, intersect the east end line of said Lots 8I and slo, t,Soo feet to torner No. a, the place of beginning; expressly excepting and excluding from these premises all that portion of the ground hereinabove described, embraced within said minin claims or Lots Noe. jd6, ISo B., seid Lots Nos. 8t and tsq, and the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of said Section 86, and the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of Section sa Township 3 north, Range 8 west (M. . No. sit), and also all that portion of said Railroad vein or lode, and of all veins, lodes or ledges throughout their entire depth, to tops or apex, of which lie inside of such the excluded apexes ground said Lots Nos. 1S8 and 1i3 extending ,5son feet in length along said Railroad lode or vein, and containing 7.38 acres more or less. Dated this ast day of April, g9o3. W. P. DAVIS, Referee. Ofice, Rooms 54 and 6s, Silver Bow Block, Butte, Montans. • S u mg EIE lu N • •e n NORTH COAST LIMITED Observation Cars Electrio Lighted Steam Heated BUTTB SCIIBDULB Arrive Deport. WESTBOUND Ne a--i.orth Coat Limited ......... Soo p.m.. :eso p., Na. s-B u rlington Express ......... :So p.a. s:oop., Nao. s-Bitter Root Local* ........ - S: . Nla s-Twln City Express .... 1.:oq a.. m EASTBOUND. No. a-North Coast Limi' d ........ is;o a.m. as:e s. a (Sleeper for this train open at 9:3e p. m. for reoeptioa of passengers. No 4 - Burdiantoa Express ........ Jag p. m. u : p. No. 8-1stter .eot Local* ........ s4 p. m. No. 34-1win City Express :j........ :o p. m *Daily except Sunday. No.1 North Coast LimitesL trom St. Paul and Eastern points, to the Pacel .oast. NO. 2 North Coast Limited, trom the Pacilic coast to St Paul, Duluth and prigx cipal Eastern points. No.5 Burlington Express, from Kansas City and all B. & M. R. points, and all N. P. points west of Billings to Seattle, and Tacoma. No 6 -Burlington Express, from T-. coma and Seattle to Billings and all B. & M. R. points. No. 7 Bitter Root Local, starts from Butte for .dissoula, Hamilton and all intermedi. ate points. No. S Bitter Root Local, from Hamilton and Philipsburr. No. 13 Local connection from Twin City Express from St. Paul and all Easters points. No.1 Local connection with Twin City Express for St. Paul, %ad all points East Passengers for Twin Britges, bneridan, Alder, Pony and Norris branches leave Butte on 2o. 54, and arrive in Butte from these I ints on No. S Tratus on these branches do not run Sundays. W. H. MERRIMAN, General Agent, corner Main and Park strects. Pullman, Dining and Library Car Route to SALT LAKE DENVER KANSAS CITY OMAHA CHICAGO ST. LOUIS And All Bastern Points Short Line To Colorado, Arizona and Mexico San francisco, Los Angeles (Ocean or Rail.) PORTLAND ARed All Pacifcl Soast Pouatas ARRIVE. DEPART. No. 9.....6 4:0p.m. No. ý...4:4s p.- No. p......a:4sa.,m. No. so...asog a Ticket Office 105 N. Main Street Butte, Montana. H. 0. WILSON. GENERAL AGT. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. To CHICAGO AND EAST ROUTB eP TRB PIONEER LIMIT[D FAMOUS TRAIN of the WORLD All agents sell tickets via the Milwaukee For low rates to all points address W. B. DIXON, N. W. P. A St. Paul., These Cars are on the new "Great Western Limited" Every Night between Chicago. St. Paul and Minneapofls. If you wish to travel In the most comfortable way, nothing can approach these rooms. The price of a berth Is only $2.50, or SOc more than a berth in a standard Pullman Sleeper. Alltolletneces slties--hot and cold water,electric berth and ceiling lights and elec heaters. For further Information apply toJ. P. linmer, Gen'l Passen er Agent, Mie. 16 . AM ca.o, IIIL The Best friend The Northwest Ever Had "The Road That Made the Northwest Famous." LEAVES BUTTE. For St. Paul and East, daily. 8 :vo p.m. Great Falls local, daily.....so:oo am ARRIVES BUTTE. From St. Paul, daily....... s :o a.m. From Great Falls and Helena, daill... ........... O:rgp.m. FULL INFORMATION FROM. City Ticket Office, No. 4s North Main street, Butte. W. R. Meech, C. P. & T. A. Ladies Appreciate the roomy retiring rooms, cosy compartments and the many little conveniences especially arranged for their comfort on the North Western Limited "The Train for Comfort" every night between Minneapolis, St. Paul and Chicago via Before starting on a trip-no mat ter where-write for interesting in formation about comfortable travel ing. B. A. GRAY, Gen. Agent, Helena, Mont. T. W. TEASDALB General Passenger Agent St. Paul, Minn. Denver & Rio (irande and the Rio (irande Western Travel During Pall and Winter Seasons The Journey to the East via Salt Lake City and along the shores of the Great Salt Lake through beau tiful Glenwood, Colorado Springs and Denver is one of uninter rupted delight in winter as well as in summer. ,In fact, the fall and winter seasons adds but a new grandeur and charm to the travel scenes and Infuses an element of variety and beauty to the unsur passable wonders along the Rio Grande Western and Denver & Rio Grande lines. Through sleep. Ing and dining car service. Per. sonally conducted weekly excur sions. For rates or informatios apply to, G. W. FITZGERALD, Gen. Agsen Ticket Omfee 47 E. Broadway, Butte.