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GREEKS OF tHIS CITY
ARE TO OBSERVE EASTER :ntense Patriotism Fires the Hearts of People Who Came From Afar. THEIR NAT;'ONAL FLAG BRINGS OUT CHEERS Nearly Fifty Members of the Race That Once Ruled the World Are Now Liv ing in Butte, Where They for the Mest Part Are Engaged in Business for Themselves--Several in Mines. I nrrc k. ,t Ilittt ,., erve their i'.ai -tr to. the lli, oi f it't r in, ill v fihhriite t the kiteat i feitial their nation knoi.. S.at t iii l Ih :1i1i i l I ;atr y 1 I ;reln I' ihi ptde n , et, I day a het tih war prite of f .1. s a oa e fthe wt .t . gri ati et fight t1 i ft it llni Irltigkht hick iln iim.on ries Ai ia, t ,d . ,t ra s , i l , I , , .lr t i d , . t , ,[ I l ,a - pfredntl (,n m re, tf ancient t a. mnildern Vi tortens, ctmprarts Alt), this it point of Ctnui.lle | itlly of It hast bteenC ga re;t fortnight int the Itrek colonv. A wterk aon last Tutesday the flag f tihe itr nation thltterrd fruont the dhors 1f the lot.al ti nulate on lark Ntreet. SI at y.t ras he t he tt n oliday, the ,i* hty firt lbithli, y of the nation as ; t liw h..t,, rtnniarnated alter freltdnt front "1ui.ki-h rule. Causes Serious Thought. I' reitg the .' L.a-ter o c t. ely as this 'av" dt'~n iand ining i1 th"e ntidtst (of the .le mit'n ~ o.' t it the I rick thurch, it redal l1 1 e ntmt're it thr w, ty of 'rr ious, thou1h'.l Ib liii' hi toul ipheple than Ioltd oterrtise Ie t, use. In th:tr, there are nearty go tirithters of lit" t.ba twhtch 1.u11. r lel' the known iijil. .111 are loh.il Amtterican citiZtns nI ;ill re tptt li th flag anti iobey the la. .s el tiLis try fiith tfhelity. Uint taty ote of them itiihiits fond nr t.ri, s ,f his fatherland anl each has thi.t ..e ,.ltl , inl that him nIever flied s:un thi ,I,t ahlen Ith,' litle ,ba d stood i iittw n the it:, s and the sl l in the face of fmreesus of I',rsian spears aiid died for the .iry of their flag at Iii ihtm p lare. 'I he st-elnty ,tiousand tmn t '1 an omlen } o it t tic lhtd of hiii.tory for this ctoun try reva!~ in i tIrious ways on their fabhtlriitls holilday tlhe trutgle in which thier fatherm freeid thtir n.tive !andt front the dominti,,n of the Turk. It was the e:ghty-fit "t amnivcrs.ary of the fir.ek dcc larati t if i:,leelltidmwe. lie war rceelly htaiein i1 tai . It las t prattit:.lly tuntil Lord Byron's Fight. This srtntggle I.rrd BIyront fired by the exsantle of the little hand which was then filghting the Asiatics, cast liis lot with thritr and fought for their cause. And those poem, in which he recalled tie former grandeur of the nation, the tTslagmitinntt of this rame valorous spirit S1 "inte Miichaias of .Greee. to their Idecienalmits. and the grand battle thlbe nmod rn hcro s were fighting aigainst the M loslt, ile amollong the gre~atest of that porets w.oilk. lntetLse pI,atritism( li.\cs in the breasts of tho.s who hItte sought Airitca asit a home. In Iuttie minelrs of the colony from aill parts of the city calce to Park street and sought out the doors of the consulatite thlit they might get a gilimpse, if only for a nlilomentI, of tie banllner ahich Consular Ait nt (;trge Sholuiiti had flung to the breeze. Confined to Homes. The i bservance of the day, apart fromtt this feature., was confined largely to the tomnes. " heCre the dinner in. sotme cases was beyond the ordinary. In all eases there aas somrething said of tile occasion. And inll Im uit of them stories of history were told the younger members of the famll ilies. In maniy houses the pictures of the royal family were brought out. Most of these had come from (Greek papers, kub lished in that country or in New 1uork City, souvenir editions of past years, It was with these people just as it is with the mnembers of Amteriq.. u)onjes in other lands on the Fourth of July. And with the men an women the sighlt of the flag brought th, same feeling of reverence which an@'Aarleast feels when he sees the Stars amst' Stipes in a foreign country. .., , In this city the eiks.,, lt the case in most Amnerican citi.r, are a; a rule keep. ng snmall confectionery toes or restaur. ants. Some are working in the mineg. Many came to Butte from Seattle; others from Lowell Mass., or from Philadelphia; some from San Francisco. In Seattle anal King George of Grrecre. - Sain. Franlcisco niany of the Greek lnhablit. anats ire rti~hirtnen. In the other citic: inamild they follow albout the sameii lines of ltusiiie.ss which they pursiu ill Iutte. Feeling of Patriotism. Akin to their feeling of patrioitinsm i their religio devotionll. Thre ( reek I' atholi chlirclh gets the attendance of Ipractically all the people of tGreece. Andi aFster, its greatest festival, is the naa tiols mlost lilnllrtlant holiday. It coames at the end of a 4o daay' Lenit, whihIt is strictly carriedl out. In fact, dur ing the holy week now tomitig to an tld, there tare tall through America *Greeks who lha.ve fasted almiaost absolutely every daily. Nolthinlg iore tlha.n a crust of breadnl oir a swallow of water hais. let alloweld to, atis their lipls. (On their F.aster day. April 7. on the Julian calendar, the entire naatlion rejaices. It is all atlheantic fart that from the gala ldresses of llcen anld womenll in Treece oni this dlay tilhe Amtiericanl wllltten gets thel idea of her Easter bennelct. tOn Good Friday the religious c,lhrrv ance has .n sadl inll tile caextreme. ' lhe lady of (Christ, 'exemtplifitedl in atn iimiage, is carried tat the head of ta ptrocessionll throiugh the stre t s Iy tile prists. It is a funecral. And so real is that fllleral to the pelople that they sl, and wel a') ias tile bier pa;ssacs. Music of the Bells. At i c'clock IEa.trr morning the hIllsa ring cut gl,.ly in mtiarkeld contrast to the heavy Itllilt of past weleks. 'I he lpeo ple gathelir at tlihe churche:; masscs aret sung until 6 or 7 o'colck, anld then thile irapeople Icl perse to tlheir tlhomes for fctaSt iltg anlldi glaiidness. At a o'clock in the afternion the ht Itl peal forth againl. lThe priests gather in an opetn square before the chlurch. ThIcre the goyspls are read alternately. \\'ith i. _ riii'ca ,ir'r o/ f!,,', . bared heads the people listen in silence. During the aftern.on and eveliog the celebration is carried ojt witlh diancing and with more feaItiilg. T'hebe are custonms of the Fa;thlrland. In America they tire observied ill sotle of the larger cities. In BIutte the membnilers of the race will, as has been the case in fornmer y.ars, conltine their oblservance to family wosship and famiiily ditnners. Follow Native Customs. lBut they follow out faithfully, so far as they can, the customii of their native country. "The Greeiks," slid Georle Sholnmiti, the local conlsular agleint, ;tre patriotic. lint their patriotistil is not conifined to love of inative land. None of the races which nlake .ip the American people are more devotedl to tle Stars atnd Stripes than are we. We honour the flag and I amli proud to say that Imty countrymen re spect the law,. We have proved in the past that we a ill tight for this country and we are willing to prove it againi if occasion detianiisr." SEATTLE TEAM MAKES GOOD (',,tini rl ronm I'are Nii e.) Seattle tilieve that (.ins can ittake Turner look like a dili, ias has liin r epitted, fot 'I lrintr is thIe cli verest iian. l that ever Put utp hisi h;and in this city, and there is a iunch of s.rls hltre \ho ~ ill lut up giloI coii n furner aaintst iany nitt of hi, weight in the wrbi -itt. barred- ailn tie tirst coiie irst serveT I. IAM.lsEY. To Cure a Cc1o in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund tsie mlloney if it fails to cure. 1. W. (urovc's signature is on each box, asc. MEeIHANIeS We carry a complete up-to-date line of Mechanics' Tools and Builders' Hardware Your Patronage Solicited. Hardware Rnaconda eopper Department Mining eo. Butte, Montana MILLIONS fOR POOF OF ST, PAUL, . MIiI, Bulk of the Famous Wilder Fortune Is Left to the Distressed. NV ASSOCIATED PRESS. St. Paul, April ,r.-Tlhe will of Mr, Fannie S. Wilder, widow of Amherst II Wilder, has been filed. By this last of three wills made by the members of the Wilder family tbh great Wilder property, or the bulk of it is devoted to the relief of the w4rth! woor of the city. The estimated value is from $3,onoo,o, to $4,oo,ooo. r The principal provisions of the will re late to tl.e founding and maintaining of th, Amherst charity thus supplementing th, I,equests of Mr. Wildler and the daughter .Mrs. Appleby. Among other provi.ions there isre $ao.o for the establishment ailnd tmaitltenance to a free public bath. Deafness Cannot Be Cuued by local applications, as they cannot readt the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure Deafness, man that is by constitutinnal remedies. Deaf ness is caused by an inflamed conditiQdi of the mucous lining of the uastaehla|, Tutbc. ~'iher this tube gets itnflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hear ing, and when it is entirely closed Deaf ness is the result, and unless the inflam ination can be taken out and this tub( restored to its normal condition, hearinu will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which iý nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One lhundred Dollars fo. any case of L)eafnes Icaused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars. free. ' F. J. CllN.'.I'Y & c'O., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family l'ills are the best. KEEPS HER PROMISES VENEZUELA MEETS THE PAYMENTS DUE TO HER GERMAN CREDITORS. nI11 O. 01 I IA I'I . ., ('ara:as. S.aturlay. Aprild i.--Vent zuela, catrying out the tprvsviins of the" prnotocols signed by lMnl ister Itowen with Ihe allires, has tt t the payment due to tGer manay on March 15. T'Ihirty per cent of the customs w ill 41 delivered to the ('aracas branch of tle lBank of Itetgl:nd, al the payumenl d,. to Italy in April a5. is ready. Shlis is in spite o ithe f.ict that all V'nezur'an merc"iianot vessels ha:ve not yet beeIn returnedi . mli th.lt those that lhad beenii retureld htad In, carg abinrmd. BALKS ON THE VERGE OF BIG INSURRECTION Leaders of the Revolutionary Committee Claim Everything Is in Readiness for Action. ni'Y .\ ',i 1 %1 I I1 l i I it ., RTItme, .\piil is. Private i:Ai'es from the rloilutioinary .u11 tnlittl t ill he Italkalls state that pieparatiois for ati in.lt-iliodtii are ready'. 'he revaolttionary c,omnitte a...erts that thl. whole of ,lac,, onia will re a.tin aks fur the sniputthly of Italy. lin ga ernintit :iichls title faith is putit In general inuLrrecti., while partial outbreak, 1 1.tent ii lll .1r€ r ad as ltC tlm ts t fo rce Europm e a l(icciatii (;:rihahli. lea uler of the Italian vol untters in (Ireec.r duriing the war with Tur key, pubttlishes a letter it which he says that in the Ittlkant l ortion Italy' prrogram must bi to present .us iiant d Austria from advancing and lit sp the spre:ad of Iclrenism and to insure the freedom of the other nationalities under a tfederal gO.t ernienlt. KILLS GIRL, THEN HIMSELF Grocer Infatuated With Thirteen-Year Old Maid Commits Double Crime. InY AS';OtIArlIl: PRI S.. Furt Wayne, Ind.. April iS.-Ilarry C. Kilne, a grocer, during the night shot and Istally wounded is3-ayear-ohl L.iazie Jackson, yith whomn he was inlatuated and then killed himt self. The butlies were found in Kline's store in thie center of the butiiness district. A Guaranteed Cure for Piles. Itching, Blind, Bleeding and Protrud ing Piles. No cure, no pay. All druggists arc authorized by the manufacturers of Pazo Ointment to refund the money where it fails to cure any case of piles, no matter of how long standing. Cures ordi nary cases in six dlays; the worst cases In 14 days. One application gives ease and rest. Relieves itching instantly. This Is a new discovery and it is the only pile rem edy sold on a positive guarantee, no cure, no pay. Price, 5oc. APPLICATIOn FOR A PATrENT. NO. 4658. United States Land Offiee. Helena, Montana, Match S, sos. Notice is hereby given, that Richard I. De Kay, whose postoflfice address is Ass conda, Montana, has this day filed hbis application for a patent for 40 sere el plaer found, known as the Diamend le Mine, bearlns lime reek, In Leet Creek (unorganised, iniNy distr, county o, Der Lodge and state of Me tanl, and desilnated by the ield tose and o*eile plat on ile in this 0-5 is Survey Number "*jo, in frational Town. ship I north, Range at west of prilnipal bas line and meridi of Montana, said Survey No. 68* being as feollows, to.-wikt keginaing at Cooner No s, sleohb t sloe quarter Section Corner betwn See. dtiose an so, Township 5 north, Range as west, a limestone 6xhzao inche. above grnd, marked onequartr on ots west fae for one-quarte eooree, and s-g$jo foe Corner No. a of this survey; running thease south no degres do minutes wes, 63S fet; thence soth 69 degree 40 ml= ats east, 657 feet; thence south no degrees so minutes west, a,4a6 feet; thence north 89 demreo 40 minutes wet, 657 feetl these, north no degrees so minutes east etg feet; thence north o1 degrees 40 mit.teO west, 657 feet; thence north no degrees s minutes east, I,js6 feet; thence south 1 degrees 40 minutes east, 657 feet to the place of beginning, containing in all 40.00 saees, claimed by the above named app.. cuat. The location of said Diamond Plaerm claim is recorded in the Recorder's office of Deer Lodge county, Montana. in Boe. 3 oe Placer Locations, on Page sps. Thee. are no adjoining nor conflicting claims s far as known. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Diamond Placer Mine are required to file their adverse elalms with the Register of the United States L. d Office, at Helena, in the state of Montana, during the sixty days' perion of ubltion hereof, or they will be barred virtue of the provisions of the statute. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. tPirst Publication March 6, ago.j MINING API'LICATION NO. 469s. United States Land Office, Ilelena. Montana, March 6, 19oo. Notice is hereby given that Savin Lisa, Martin lisa and Elijah Boyer, whose pot. o:.ice address is Butte, Montana, have this day filed their application for a patent for i,Soo linear feet, being so5 feet westerly and 1,395 feet easterly from discovery shaft of the Edna F. Lode, upon which a notice of intention to apply for n patent wu posted on the 08th day of February, 9oo3, situated in Independence (unore ganised), mining district, Silver Bow county, state of Montana, designated as Survey No. 6833, in Section ca, Township a norti'. Range 8 west, being more partiou larly described as follows: Beginning at 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 1-6833 for Corner No. t, from which the quarter :ection Corner on the south boundary of Section aa, Township 3 north, Range p west, bears south 9 degrees ss minutea rest, s,o~g.8 feet; and running thence rorth 8 degrees o7 minutes west, ias g feet; thence north 78 degrees ts3 ninutso east, 1,483 feet: thence south 8 degnees o7 nminutes east, 349 feet; thence soreth 7s degrees west, a,.oo feet to the place of be. ginning, containing an area of 14.61 acres claimed ty the above named applicants. The location of this claim as of record in the Recorder's oflice of Silver Bow caunty, Montana, in Book "H," of Lode Locations, at Page z68. The adjoining claims to these pr.meises are Survey No. 2726, Sister Annie Loed Lot 59g, on the south; Survey No. 3647, Bi I'cend Lode,. on the west. and the Jupi= ter Lode, tunlrveyesl. on the north. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. SAMUEL. BARKI'R, JR., Attorney for Appltcaets. [First Publication March 7, 19go;. IN Tll: DISTRICT COURT OF THE SECOND JUDICIAL DIST'RICT OF T'[iE STATE OF MONTANA. James A. Murray, plaintiff, vs. the Home Investment and Realty Company, the Mon tana Loan and Realty Company, the Crty ci Butte, N. B. Holter, and N. J. Gould, trustees, Lee Mantle and James W. For his, tru:,tee, defendant.. REFERI.E'S SALE OF REAL PROPERI Y. Notice is hereby given that the under signed, under and by virtue of an order and decree entered on the 18th day of March, 19o3, in the above entitled action in the above entitled court, will, on Thursday, the i ith day of June, rson, 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 publie auction, to the highest bidder, upon the following terms, to-wit: Ten per c~at cash to be paid at the time of the sale, and the balance of purchase price to be paid upon the confirmation of said sele by the court, all of the following deseribe.t real estate, to-wit: That certain portion of the railroad claim as patented to the plaintiff, parties. larly described as follows: Beginning at the southeast eorner of the tract herein described, from which the point of inter section of the north boundary of M. E. No. s i, and the east line of the Nel lie lode claim bears south 65 degrees 4 minutes scat, 365.3 feet; running thence north s degrees 5t minutes west, 198.8 feet; thence north 75 degrees 53 minutes west, 86.p feet; thence south ;, degrees s minutes east, a28.s feet; thence north 44 degrees g minutes east, 8s.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 miningl ;l:Ams by United States patent, underlying the above described parcel of land, and underlying the following described lot, p'ece 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. r58 and 330, embracing a portion of Sections t8, Township 3 north Range 7 west, and Section rs, Township 3 north, Range 8 west, in Summit 'lalley mining district, Silvayer Bow county, Mon tana, and bounded and described as fol lows: Beginning at Corner No. r, a granite stone 8x13axr4 inohcr. marked t M. C. 158, a mound of earth alongside, from which the quarter section corner on west boundary line of Section S8, Township 3 north, Range 7 west, bears north 84 degrees, so minutes west, 898 feet distant; thence Prst course, Mag. Var. so degrees, 30 minutes east, south r degree, west 496 feet intersect the south boundary line of Lot No, ro B., the Emer plaser claim, and the north boundary line of M. E. No. Sir, S57 feet to corner No. a, a granite stone s8x 1sx8 inches, marked a M. C. rS3, a mound of earth and stone alongside; thence sea oni course, Mae, Var. so degrees 3o min. Uites east, north 8o degrees 40 minutes west, 87o feet to a point from which the discovery shaft bears north r degree, east as7 feet distant, s,loo feet to corner No, 3, a granite stone isxkx6 inches, marked 3 M, C, sao, a mound of stone alongside the same being eorner No. ro of Lot No. 1j6, the Nellie Lode claim, from whleb a granite stone, marked P. 1. M. C. tsa, ias at the point of interseetie of the ee end line of said Lot N. sad, with the north boundary line of aicd M. L Ne. Sia, bears north degree 4 minutes east, p feet distant; thene. third eurse, ,adg. Var. ao degrees 4l minutes net, north a dearee, cut 486. feetl intersect the north side line of said Lot No. a36, 5si feet to corner No. 4. a granite stone sonqsp inches, marked 4 U. C. 330, a mound of atone alongside; thene fourth course, Mag. Var. so degrees 4 minutes east, south ot degrees 40 minutes eat pj3. feet, intersect the west end line 6f Lots Noe. ts and ao9, the Marie Louise Lode claim, l3 e.5 feet, nternset the west boundary Une of said Lot Na t*e, 3. atas3L feet intersect the east end line of said Lots It and S o, ItSoo feet to corner No. s, the plie of aberni expressly excepting and excluding from these premises all that portion of the ground hereinabove described, embraeed within said miliag claims or Lots Nee. s3, see B, sad Lots Nos. It and 1s9, and the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of said Section si, and the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of Section ts, Township S north. Range 8 west (M. No. SJs), and also all that portion of said Railroad vein or lode, and of all veins, lodes oa ledges throumhout their entire depth, to tops or apex, of which lie inside of such the exeluded apexes ground; said Lots Nos. ais and 33, extending w,Son feet in length along said Railroad lode or vein, and containing y7.8 acres more or less. Dated this tat day of April, 0ooS. W. P. DAVIS, Referee. Ofice Rooms 54 and $S, Silver Bow Btock, Butte, Montana. NORTH COAST LIMITED Observation Cars Electric Lighted Steam Heated BUTTB SClHEDULII Arrive. Depart. WESTBOUND Y0,. I--.ortb Coast Limited .........7:oe p.m. ;:so p.a NO. S-B u rlingtoa Express .........:o p.m. a:oop.a No. ay-Bitter Root Local* ..... .... p. m W. s.3-Twin City axpesac ........I:o0 a. . - ý-. EASTBOUND. hNo. a-North Coas Limim d ........si'e a.mn.msiae a.a (Sleeper for this traian open at 9:3e p. m. for receptieo of passengers. No 6 - Burling~os Express ........a tls p.m. s:;J p. No. --Jlittets wae Local' .........t4 p.m. No. s4--1 wi Cltg Express .........- sa3 p.mS *Daily except Sunday. No.1 North Coast Liralted from It. Paul and t.astern points, to the Paiee oasat. NO. 2 North Coast Limited. trom the Pacific copot to St. '.aul, Duluth and prim. cipal Eastern puanta. No.5 Burlington Express, from Kansus City and all B. & M. . points, rand all N. P1. points wen of Billigs to Seattle and Tacoma. No 6 --Uurlington Express, from Te. eonsa and Seattle to Billings and a.t B. & M. R. punts. Nd. 7 Bitter Re.t Local, starts from Butte for .dissoula, Hamilton and all intermcdj. ate points. No. 8 Bitter Root Local, from Hamilton and PhilipsLure. No. 13 Local connection from Twin City Express from St. Faut and all Easters points. No.4Q Local connection with Twin Cite Express for St. Paul, :i.d all points East. Passengers for Twin Brauces, baeridan. Alder, Pony and Norris branches leave Butte cn i o. 14, and arrive in Butte irom these ionts on No. 5 Traius on these branches do not run Sundays. W. H. MEacRIMAN, General Agent, corner Main aln Panr strc:s. 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. H. A. GRAY, Gen. Agent, Helena, Mont. T. W. 'TBEASDALB Gederal Passenger Agent St. Paul, Minn. Chicago, Mllwaukee & St. Paul Ry. To CHICAGO AND EAST ROUTE OP TRB PIONEtR LIMIT[D PAMOUS TRAIN of the WORLD rA ageta saIl tilckst via fMiilwCagsa roto ew re to ll 3X. W. P. A.. $t SaIVAT?: OPPANRTMEnM These Cars are od the new "GratWestern Limited" Every Nliht between Chicago, $S. Paul and Minneapolis. 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. All toilet neces. sities- -hot and cold water, electric berth and ceiling lights and elec heaters. For further Information pply toJ. P. Elmr, Gen'I Passenger Agente Chi. sslst ear t ca l, ill. The Best Friend The Northwest Ever. Had "'The Road That Made the Northwest Famous." LEAVES BUTTE. For St. Paul and East, .daily. 8 :r.o p.m. Great Falls local, daily.....o ;oo a.m ARRIVES BUTTE. From St. Paul, daily....... :3o a.m. From Great Falls and Helena, daily ....... ........ 9: p.m. FULL INFORMATION FROM City Ticket Office, No. 41 North Main street, Butte. W. R. M.ecch, C. P. & T. A. 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 francisco, Los Angeles (Oean or Rail.) PORTLAND And All Pacifle coast Posdts ARRI..I, DEPART. Nao. ...... 4 :4 p.L n No. ...4:4 5p. a No. 1..... 8:4 am. I Na so...a: el a a Ticket Offlce 105 N. Main Street Butte, Montana. H. 0. WILSON. GENERAL AST. Denver & Rio Grande and the Rio Grande 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 tloe travel scenes aind Infuses an element of variety and beauty to the unsur passable wonders along the Rio Grands Western and Denver * Rio Grande lines. Through sleep. Inl and dinieg car service. Per. sonalSy conducted weekly eaour. sionar FoP rates or informatieo appl ' tdi '' v' G. W., FITZGERALD, " Gen Agea, Tick Brodwye utAgent. 47 $. Broadway, Butte.