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Incorporated under the laws of the State of Montana and acknowledged to be the lading Medical Institute for the cure of diseases of mea in the west. Yellek Medical Institute N. E. Corner of W. Broadway and Montena Street.. Butte. Montana. 6 IN TIlE DISTRICT COURT OF TIlE SEC(NVI JUDICIAI. DISTRICT OF TIlE 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. It. Uolter, and N. J. Gould, trustees, Lee Mantle and James W. For bis, trustee, defendants. REFERI:E'S SALE OF REAL I'kul'FRTY. Notice is hereby given that the under signed, undir and by virtue of an order and decree enter ed on the 18th day of March, tyo., in the above entitled action in the alove entitled court, will, on Thur.day, thle it th day of June, 19g1, 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 euction, 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 described 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. set, and the east line of the Nel lie lode claim bears south 65 degrees 4 minutes west, 365.3 feet; running thence north s degrees sa minutes west, 198.8 feet; thence north 7s degrees 53 minutes west, 86.9 feet; thence south j degrees St minutes east, aa8.S feet; thence torth 84 degrees 9 minutes cast, 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 tights and privileges, extra-lateral or oth erwise, conferred for mining rlaims by United States patent, underlying the above described parcel of land, and c:uderlying the following described lot, piece or parcel of land, of which the above ts a portion, to-wit: That certain mining claim or premises known as the railroad lode claim designa ted as Lots Nos. 158 and 330, embracing a portion of Sections I8, Township 3 north Range 7 west, and Section 13, Township 3 north, Range 8 west, in Summit Valley mining district, Silvar Bow county, Mon tana, and bounded and described as fol lows: Beginning at Corner No. s, a granite stone 8xiax4 Indhc.,marked t M. C. s58, a mound of earth alongside, from which the quarter section corner on west boundary line of Section t8, Township 3 north, Range 7 west, bears north 24 degrees, to minutes west, 898 feet distant; thence first course, Mag. Var. so degrees, 30 minutes east, south t degree, west 496 feet intersect the south boundary line of Lot No. ito B., the Emery plaser claim, and the north boundary line of M!. E. No. 51t, Sl7 feet to corner No. a, a granite stone s8x 1ax8 inches, marked a M. C. s58, a mound of earth and stone alongside; thence sec ond course, Mag. Var. so degrees 30 min utes east, north 89 degrees 4o minutes west, 870 feet to a point from which the discovery shaft bears north s degree, east sty feet distant, s,loo feet to corner No. 3, a granite stone 18x8x6 Inches, marked 3 M. C. 330o, a mound of stone alongside; the same being corner No. to of Lot No. 336, the Nellie Lode claim, from which a granite stone, marked P. I. M. C. 336, is at the point of intersection of the east end line of said Lot No, :36, with the north boundary line of said M. E. No. Sir, bears north 7 degrees 4t minutes east, y feet distant; thence third course, ".ag. Var. so degrees 45 minutes east, north t degree, east 426.5 feet, intersect the north side line of said Lot No. 136, 517 feet to corner No. 4, a granite stone aoxgxy inches, marked 4 M. C, 330, a mound of stone alongside; thence fourth course, Mar. Var. so degrees 45 minutes east, south 89 degrees 4o minutes east 73.5 feet, Intersect the west end line of Lots Nos. 81 and s5g, the Marie Louise Lode claim, 3S32a. feet, intersect the west boundary line of said Lot No. nso, B. 2a38.5 feet, Intersect the east end line of said Lots 81 and iso, s,soo feet to .orner No. r, the place of beginning; expressly excepting and excluding from these premises all that portion of the ground hereinabove described, embraced within said mining claims or Lots Nos. 136, ato B., said Lots Nos. 8t and So9, and the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of said Section 18, and the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of Section 13, Township 3 north, Range 8 west (M. E. 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. 158 and 33S extending s,Son feet In length along said Railroad lode or vein, and containing 7.18 acres more or less. Dated this 1st day of April, 19o3. W. P. DAVIS, Referee. Omi*c, Rooms s4 and aS, Silver Bow Block, Butte, Montane. DHIo, April i.-Miss Lottle HIoward, aged sy, and George Greathouse, aged so, who came here from Iowa a few weeks ago, wet married this morning by Judge Vermilron, The young couple will make 3heir home in this cit) ADVERTISED LETTERS J.etters advertised at Butte, Montana, for the week einding April to, 1oj: A. Anna Anderson. Mliss A. Anderson, A. VW. Alis.s, litile ('. Anderson, Miss lert Adams. NM',. F. E. Alletn, Mins (;ene Atkinson, Israel Allen, John Andlres, Robert Aerne. B. Mrs. William ID. Itartlett, Wallace E. ien. nett Manatuel Iternadl MNr. Ilradshaw, Mrs. A. F,. Irower. F. II. Baldwin. ('attaneCo roder.s ( tarler .Iell, I. Ilarry, (eorge Biuriner. (;. Itlihall, (;,eor. Jlroderick, Mrn. Ilannah Blrown, Mi.. Katie Bro ,hy, Jennie hloardlman, trimacomnbc, John 1'. brown, J. L. Itarnana , F. .. C'ail, Jacik ('alderwood, J. WV. iook, rerdit A.,oiation. Annie ('arl,,on, David Ih I nt. Fannie tryle, Mrs. Hllannah ( per, Mr.:.II. E. ('lriis,. J. I. C(:rwnover J. E. Itrowny, . J. I. yulhing, Johln Callalhan, Mrs. aui i . lOarterI, . J. l (uman, Jlohn c k, . .L. N. ('lwan, Mrs. Minnied r. (ne, ,Mr,. Mabel 'urnow, tnobert C. ((amberrs, Rae ('arn li.se s.), Mr, and Mr.S. i. I 'Ohin, WV. ,A. C(.rlelc, Willia.n ('urnuw, TuIny a'. .alnare. "I. (." .Standard, Mrs. Carl I1. Drew. Almyra I)/'ien. (arl havin (t), '. L. 1)eVinne (:t), ,lrank i)ua, Mr,. GIt rge T. Diixrn, Jthn Il.n n. J . t Iwyer,. Jamnr I'. I)oyle (.), Mrs. Morris IDebitn, Thom,,as Dooudy. 1. S;illrt EI:ngel, John urawi y, J. L. Ealey, Pe. r Iinn, (Chtarlt ( .i Fulton, . i lrs. Daniel A.I Fraser, Mrs, I.iazie Freeman (:), Frank Foote, Jamei Ilnd. Irosphine Franklin Mrs.. Joan a |rundl Mauri;e Iitz eral. I'cnrl Yairbanks, t Mrs. oRachel Ilebie, W'iliam J. Flrao r. G. Neillirt (;allaway. hm, V. (;ne1ka. Iy. I (;al-t brnilh, frn. i'. Le. ayle, Mrs. Charles (;ini ther, C'harles utzcnlberger, Mrs. Julia E. G;ana, J. . GadjIrd, Jul s Grattun, J. S.. Grant, AMrs. Sadie Gilnman. H. Jlhn llanifan, T'lnman Iln,nnychuorch, Sallic lanlin, M, Mra. SN..ul ight, N. 1'. I1'l. M.at tic A. Ileake, Mrs. ir. yle. e,, J lT. Ilan ey, t onic Ilasletlte, J. Al. Iaiderle, ( eorge Jlick. ilankie ien. .e. I o. F. i gan, I F. F. Iat, ('Ch;ah, ilarri-,n, A. !'. Ihn*oun., Tim Ilar rgtr.at, 'harl's Ihillward. Mrn . W. IL hnry, H. li. W. Ilang, and . Mactine, J.o. lst Annie Ny( e I llrn rl, Ir.. .\,'hie lh, i r, ., 1Johnn n, . 'Elh'.t i hl . nl Je , If. J. Jli t, Jna, J,,h on, Julia t'l. '-'k,,n,, Marts Jus ln. , J'. J'lia , h Illl.an 1s J J hnl uon. K. MarJ y Knlly. )rvid Kesnnly, i(;1.t Korkala. ;uKhh, It. K. h'.r , limey l (E z . la. harry Kl'nd Jsch' K -,,rlli t: . J,, Jo I, A\. lklat rick, Jern. nIt I.Fin, \lr. W\\'lhaml Kennedy, Albert Karl. John Lynch, Edwardl N. . h A. D. rulim hie, Alex J lt h'.iil , ri . ;oriKsi .I e r 'e i. l.al J e it L. .rtie, May Lawrence. Sarah .arsoLn, \V. L". lg Yhzwig. IM. targretta Millen, I trt Millar, Mrs. Mi, Icr Jtne", F.red Mcllir . l .rd .Menh .r, . niR. M. iMartin, J. Mioerrich, J.. M oirge an. Mr.i Mo, . Murray, Mary MIore, Nathalie Marg, -le Ii I, rs.i, tto Miller, l ter J. Mackay, I'.rsd.y Mrriky, Robert (. Metcalfe, Silve.ter Maz, Mc. James cllrie lMcide, (-y Mco('rmi,,k. (. O. Mc(ormick, A. i Mc ld A. . Mcon ald, Hienry Macolnald (n), ire. T'. Mcrath, )orsep[h Alc(innes, T. It. Mchlyre, Janes Hrvakin, Mrs. Rosar nJohn Meg, Jon Mc. Kay, Mrs. McKay, Alex McMahon, 1). J. Me. Pherson. N. rAdlina N'lo, Mrs. Nrihardt, cAndr ew rthey, John Nicholso,n, Juliua Net manI, I . O. JI.i. P Osmand. Felix F. Oiler, Chanrle ll erreyv , Mr. O irmo , It. II. ()hn., F. I.liartenn, . 'Biern, G. A. rOurtatt, M. )'irady, James O'l)na.h, Jame, O'Neill, John (remma., . M. O'Connell, Maud Orcett, 'hil O'llrinen, Thomas F. O'Farrell (s). 1'. Charles Pierce, A. Plrcy Mrs. A. Nilard, Mrs. l anh Phdillips, E . Parrih, IT. C, Jsterhon, John Price, John Pepin, l. Penn, M.uka Parkivicrh Mrs. I., It, Fierce, l'. I. I'aganetti, A. \y. Ales Me l'homa Parker, Il.er R. (. Rogers, ])alfice Renaud, Frank Riley, Georege d. Russell, George Robertson, Georae RNlrs, Julior i. Reed,Johi Rush, Jamns N. ltus. Tl, Ja Rule, J. F. e laddin, J. on Road, fCl~e, Milr. R inson, WMyme Ryan, Patrick Reiln, W Rou'e, on D. Rice, Rgsan & Mc. rulld e luugh. ns, a IS. Patrick Spollem, George .tone, Mrs. J. C MSullvan ()h Mrs. all Smith, ih, ',. Shurr, rtaoinen, Miss ce, Stol Dan Sproule, Ed ard, Jame e Shannon, Mrs.. PSheldon, Ar, Stephen rL. l . Snider, lolly Stark,. Matilda Stewart, Nitate .imoni, Robert Scholicka Rose Stanton, Theodore A. Smet Mrs. Wall St. Clair, Will Sanders, Rymnu ,. Frauimln.e" Matilda Turk, Birth Thomasb C T. Traver, Mres, M. Triplett, Mrs. Samuel Taplhs, Oliver E. Turner, W . , A. Triplet, . ic , Tawnec. MINING PLAN BIG SCHEMES CROOKED RIVER MINING AND MILL ING COMPANY MEANS TO BOOM THINGS. i'etv IA. TO THIR INTEi1 MOUNTAIN. (;rangeville, Idaho, April is.-W. IL Morrisoun, who is just out from Elk City. says: "The Crooked River Mining and Millin, company is planning sonime big things' for the near future. "The contracts have been let for the Allis-Chalmers company at Chicago. There is talk of 6o or even So in addition to the so now in operation. The company is fig uring on a machine shop, a foundry ti. cast its own shoes and (lies and a lot of other improvements. The company has one of the biggest, best properties In the West, and will support all these enter prises. "The American Eagle is taking out some of the finest ore a man ever saw. The so stamps mill has been steadily at work. No reports have been made of the output, but it is certainly very large, when you can take nuggets out of the battery as large as the end of your little finger. The mill is reported to have been crushing about so tons a day. A water wheel is now on the way in from the railroad, to replace the steam engine for power. Some fine tellurium ore has been found, which when roasted fairly gleams with gold. A boile' and engine is being put in from the old Alamance property, for running the saw mill. The mill has heretofore been set at the camp, and run by the same power that drives the stamp mill, but will now be taken to the woods, where the logs are." MANY MINES ARE BUSILY AT WORK AT THIS TIME PEl'e(IAL TO T11E IN'lE MAOi'NTAIN. Helena, April i5.-Mr. Finch of Pony brought to the Fast Iielena smelter this week a car of ore from the Norwegian group in that district which netted $247.3a per ton for the first-class and $29.79 for the second class ore, principally gold. l'he 'lipper mines at Pony are shipping a car a day. Ext.ensive development work is being do(lne on the Strawberry properties near Pony. It is said a new strike has been made with ores better than ever before. A I;lge gang of men is drifting on the Work has been resumed on the Farmer properties in the Scratch Gravel district near Hellena, and a mill will be placed on the property. Mulvallill & Ely, who have a bond on the IDaly mine at Wickes, are drifting on the aoo-foot level and have a fine showing of concentrating ore, the lead being 35 feet wide. The concentrator on the property will be enlarged to too tons capacity and water supply secured by a ditch. The Helena & Livingston Smelting k Reduction company is working a large gang of men on the Bertha mine at Cor bin in development, and it is expected to begin shipping in the near future. Raleigh Wilkinson is in Helena from the Gold Leaf mine at the head of Clancy creek, where he has been engaged for five months driving a tunnel on the lead which is in 6oo feet. He has a shipment of ore on the dump carrying pay gold values which he will send to the East Helena smelter as soon as the roads are settled. The Great Falls Mining syndicate, which recently acquired the Tyler group of claims two miles from Montana City, has bonded the property to Jones & Mar tin of Great Falls for $1o,ooo. The bond runs to October, 90o4. A large force has been put on development work. The Sunday mine at Princeton, Granje county, has just made a shipment of $3,600 worth of bullion representing ten days' run of the Huntington mill. The property is to be developed another toc feet. Ross Bros. & Lowry, who have been developing copper properties on Light ning creek, have a vein ta feet wide of good concentrating ore. Assays show from a/ to 40 per cent copper, and from so to Jo5 ounces of silver per ton Danger of Colds and Grip. The greatest danger from colds and grip is their resulting In pneumonia. If resa. sonable care is used, however, and Chai berlain's Cough Remedy taken, all danr will be avoided. Among the tens of tha. sands who have used this remedy for these diseases we have yet to learn of a singloe case having resulted in pneumonia, whieh shows conclusively that it is a certala pro. ventive of that dangerous disease., It will cure a cold or an attack of the grip in less time than any other treatment. It Ia pleasant and safe to take. For sale by Paxson & Rockefeller, Newbro Driug Co., Christlio & Leys Newton ars. NEGRO BURNED FOR MURDER IS NOT THE MAN Died Protesting His Inno cence-Now Think Him Guiltless. lY AIROCIATID PRE5I. Shreveport, La., April zs.-It has been established beyond any cause for doubt that the negro who was killed Sat urday and whose body was burned at an early hour Sunday morning as the mur derer of Mrs. Alice Matthews was in nocent of the crime. He died protesting his innocence. TO LAY NEW RAILS MONTANA CAR LINE IS BEING IM PROVED-CARS REFURNISHED FOR SEASON Work has been begun in overhauling the Montana street car line from Park street down to the slaughter house on the flat east of the cemeteries. The ties are being taken up and replaced with sound fir. It is thought that the job will take several weeks for completion, as it is quite a big undertaking. Some new rails will be laid, but it is not the plan to lay new rails all the way this season. During the progress of the job the cars are being run along by way of South Butte and the Holland rink. The line south of the Holland rink does not require much repairing, and while this work is being done passengers will be transferred. A large force of men has been set to work and the work will be pushed through without intermission until completed. The busy season for the car company is coming on and a large number of cars are being repainted and polished in the shops. APPEAL NOW FILED TRANSCRIPT IN THE CASE OF C. E. SACKETT VERSUS JAMES F. DOLAN. The transcript on appeal from a judg ment rendered by Justice of the Peace W. H. Arnold in the case of Charles E. Sackett against James F. Dolan was filed in the district court yesterday. The plaintiff secured judgment against the defendant in the petit court for $loz.zS and costs, and the defendant pro poses to have the issues tried in the dis trict court. The plaintiff claims the money as re muneration for his services in furnishing a stenographic report of the evidence taken before Referee M. Donlan in the case of James F. Dolan, administrator of the estate of Patrick F. Doyle against Pat O'Connor. BOYS WANT TO COME HOME Inmates of Miles City Reform School Seek Release. Several boys who were sent from Butte to the state reform school at Miles City have made application through their parents or guardians for release upon parole. Assistant County Attorney Yancey has written letters to the directors of the re form school in behalf of the boys who seek to be released. The law provides that the management of the reform school can at any time it sees fit release any boy or girl who has hlen at the school one year upon parole. Any boy or girl released who does not live up to the understanding that good be havior must follow the release can be re called by the directors. ASK THE RIGHT OF WAY Road May Be Built Across the Parrot Smelter Ground. Residents of Silver Bow park and vicin ity have appointed a committee to await upion the local officials of the Parrot com pany to ask for a right of way across the I'arrot smelter ground in order to estab lish a more direct route to the business section of the city. The county commis sioners have agreed to build a road pro viding the company will grant the right of way. TIMES BETTER IN HOLLAND Wilhelmina and the Prince Consort Will Return Now. The Hague, April :s.-As the strike sit uation has improved and the chances of disturbances are remote Queen Wilhelmina and the prince consort will return tomor row to the castle, where they will cele brate the prince's birthday, April 9g. Corner-Stone Laid. Idaho Falls, Idaho, April 5s.-The cor ner stone of the Idaho Falls sugar beet factory, the first one in this state, was laid with imposing ceremonies yesterday. The main address of the day was made by James E. Steele. Several thousand persons were present, and an enjoyable time was had. NOTICE. STOCKIIOLDERS' MEETING BUTTE & IOWA MINING COMPANY, To the Stockholders of the Butte & Iowa Mine ing Companys You are hereby notified that a s pisl meet in the stocholders of the sa company wil be held at the oce of the omany, n the city of Butte, Slver Bow county, Montan, on the :3th day of May, o, ata :o p. m. The purpose of the said meeting is to submit to.wit: The Colorado Lode Mininm Claim, and an undivided o a thirty-second inteert in d ated in th cit ot Butte, Silver..Bow county Montana, together with tSe maBainety owned by the said company and riretoore used by it in its mining operations, and to live to the lessee of said property an option fo purchase the same, and particularly to authorise the sale thereof pursuant to such option, upon such terms and conditions as may be agrreed upon. EUGENE CARROLL. President. Attcst: J.. SHROI'PSIIIRE, Secretar. (First insertion April s, 9poj.) CUTICURA OINTMENT Prest of Emlllints amd remtest of Skin Cres. The Most W iul Curative of All Tim For Tortural , Disflp udri Skim Huomes -And Purest d Srrwedest of Toilet Emolletls. Cuticura Ointment I. beyond question the most successful curative for tortur ing,disaguringhumours of the skin and scalp, including loss of hair, ever compounded, lo proof of which a single anointing preceded by a hot bath with Coutloura Soap, and followed in the severer cases, by a dose of Cutl cura Resolvent, is often suficient to abord immediate relief in the most dlsureing forms of Itching, burning and scaly humours, permit rest and sleep, and point to a speedy oure when all other remedies ail. It especially so in the treatment of infants and chbl dren, cleansing, soothing and healing the most distressing of infantile ho moors, and preserving, purifyinl and beautifying the skhin, salp and halr. Cutteors Olntment possesses, at the same time, the charm of satisfying the simple wantsof the toilet, in caring for the skin, scalp, hair, hands and feet, ftrom infancy to age, far more elbet nlly, agreeably and economically than the most expensive of toilet emolllenta. Its "Instant relief for skin-tortured bables," or " Sanative,antisepti clean. Ing," or "One-night treatment of the bands or feet," or " Slagle treatment of the hair," or "Use after athletics," cycling, golf, tennis, riding, sparrnin, or any sport, each to connection with the use of Cuticura Soap, Is sud.lent evidence of this. a1d d ee Ceet .la wat. cadvaut UaYotf , ). Os TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF TIIE Dos. TON & MONTANA CO(NSOLII)ATlD COPPER & SILVER MINING COMP 'ANY-NO.TLCE. Notice Is hereby siven that the annual meet. Ing of the stockholders of the Boston & Mon. tans Consolidated Copper & Silver Mining Company of Montana, will be held at Butte, Montana, on Thursday, April 3o, spgo., at zi o'clock noon. at the omce of the company. The business to be transacted at this meet. Ing will be the election of directors and such other business as may leIally come before it. The transfer books of the company will be closed from April 14 .19to, to April .o, ago, both days inclusive. F. P. ADDICKS, Secretary. Butte, Montana., April 4, tpoj. NORTH COAST LIMITED Observation Cars Electrlo Lighted Steam Heated BUTTfB SCUBDULB Arrive. Depart. WESTBOUND a a. -iorth Coast Limited .........:o p.m. ; :so p.a. No. s-B u rflngton Express ......... :So p., :oo0p.n. No. s--Bitter Root Local ......... p. Na s--Twin City Exps:ss ........sr:o0 a. .. -.-.e EASTBOUND. No. a-North Coast LimI' d ........ ss40o a. s:0o an. (Sleeper for this train open at 9:3e p. m. for receptios of passengers. No 6 - BurllnLtos Express ....... sJs" p.m. as I:j p. a No. 8-JHtter aot Local* ....... s 48 p.m --- No. s4-iwia CiI. Express ........s:o p. *Daily except Sunday. Nol. North Coast Li;ute4 trom St. Paul and £astern points, to the Paefe i uast. No, 2 North Coast Limited, trom the PaclJic coast to St. P'aul, Duluth and prin. cipal Eastern putins. NO.5 Burlington Express, from Kansu Cty and aUll B. & M. R. points, and all N. P. points west of Billings to Seattle, and Taeoma. No 6 -Burlington Express, from Ta" soma and Seattle to Billings and all B. a M. R. puints. No. T Bitter Resoot Local, starts from Butte for 4issoula, Hamilton and all intermedi. ate points. No. 8 Bitter Root Local, from Hamilton and Pbilipsburt. No. I3 Local connection from Twin City Express from St. Paul and all Eastrs points. No.14 Local connection with Twin Citg fBpress for St. Paul, and all points East Paslngers for Twin Brunacu, bneridaa, Alder, Pony and Norris branches leave Butte oa ro. s4, rnd arrive nla Butte from these p Ints on No. g Tralss on these branches do not run Sundays. W. H. dMEIRIMAN, General Agent, corner Main sad Park streets. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. To CHICAGO AND EAST PFMOUS TRAIN of the WORLD All agents aell tickets via the Milwaukee read. Peor lw ates to all poite address W. B. DIXON, N. . V. As Pu. h StANDAIID ' SlLEPBl The latest. products of the Pullman shops are now run ning every nig h t between Chicago, St. Paul and Minne apolis on the new electric lighted '"Grt Western Limited." These cars are extra large and easy riding, the interior furnishings are of a simple elegance which appeals to all. All berths are supplied with electric lamps for reading. The dressing rooms are large and commo fourthron irapp to J. P. Elmier, General Passe cw Aseltt, Chi The Best friend The Northwest Ever Had "The Road That Made the Northwest Famous." LEAVES BUTTE. For St. Paul and East, daily. 8::r' p.m. Great Falls local, daily..... o:oo a.m ARRIVES BUTTE. From St. Paul, daily....... :jo s.m. From Great Falls and Helena, daily .................. .. 9: m. FULL INFORMATION FROM City Ticket Office, No. 41 North Main street, Butte. W. R. Meech, C. P. & T. A. pullman, Dining and P Library Car Route to SALT LAKE DENVER KANSAS CITY OMAHA CHICAGO ST. LOUIS and All Baster Polnts Short Line To Colorado, Arizona and Mexico SaO rrancisco, Los Angeles (Ocea er Ral.) PORTLAND And All Pacific Soast Posatea ARRIVLE. .fN DEPART. Na ...... :4o p. m. Na I...4141 p. v No. y..... :4 a. m. Na. so...s so a at, Ticket Offrle 105 N. Main Street Butte, Montana. H. O. WILSON. GENERAL AGT. Deaver & Rio Grande and the Rio Grande Western Travel During Fall and Winter Seasons The Journey to the East via Sail Lake City and along the shores of thp Great Salt Lake through beau. tiful Glenwood, Colorado Springs and Denver Is one of uninter. rupted delight nla winter a well as ln summer. In fact, the fall sod winter usuons adds but a new grandeur and charm to the travel asenes and Infuses an element of variety and beauty to the unsur. passable wonders along the Rio Grande Western and penver a Rio Grande lines. Through sleep. Ing and dining car service. Per. sonally conducted weekly ezxur. elons. For rates or laformatlos apply to, G. W. FITZGERALD, Gan. Algan Tieket OMflee-. 4y E. Broadway, Butte.