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BEATEN BY THE RADICALS Conservative Labor Leaders in Chicago Are Defeated by the Radicals. SERIOUS TROUBLE FEARED IN IMMEDIATE FUTURE Newly Organizcd Unions, Anxious to Test Their Strength, Will, It Is Be lieved, Plunge Organizations of Illi nois Into a Grc.l Struggle With the Employing Corporations Without Any Further Delay +New Unions Win. Il" '-. 'IA I l t .D PRRf s. Chicagon. April .- -A\n :rttrnrlt is made la. t night by c'rl.rvatr.c lari is of the city to hb ad; ll the rlp iiric of strikes that a lr rr thrlatlinr ('hicago. The propsititn .ia s that Ithe fidrl.itiri of lahor shoul I refuse strike .ail to .11l Unions lessi than a .ar chi. T'he proposition was indored hly prae tically every explrintmetl I. lar I; ier wiho attendled the Imutiing. lhthld in ltrickl.nvcrs' hall, and tlhey four,,it v;liantly for its adoption. Againt them was a;i array of mnrll rep reseniting ,the s called "mti ushrlnrtlit" a anizatinis. who hi.srsd and jeer... andI nally defeatled the I.n c llrr. Hlld the resolutin Ibean adilllpt I it would have prervented more thIan t.nthi strikes that are now inll tcntlrmlll ti.n, and would have placed .,ntil of ithe situation in the hands of the t uhl l a t 111 The tfar-reaching rffelict of thr r..t litini was rrcunin rJ Iby .,!ll, andi its d f, at was hailed with tries of joy by r.m ihtr, of the neCW tuniltjis. JOHN E BLACK DEAD WELL-KNOWN PIONEER RESIDENT OF BUTTE EXPIRES AFTER A SHORT ILLNESS. John F. Black, one of Itltt ' piorive r.. d.(d last night at Iis holr,. No. so. South Mlain street. (hronic rhel nUiin: t'l: i 1il contraction of the heart canlsI his (il ath. Ile had been conticil to hiis bied for two weeks and during the la.t few dt; ys ,death had Ibeen expectcld. The funer;Il will lie hehl tomorrow aftcrinon from tLi, faiily res(.idence. Mr. Black was a pinterr of \\V.stern Mlontanl . lie came to Iltte In IOn and worked at l.is tra;de. hI:ikLmithinlg. lIe accumulated prolperty diring the years that followed and bec:iie uilkly Iritrestced in Butte's realty. Irl n, ownied valiuale ranch property outside, for the most part in Jefferson county. As clii age overtook him, and his mental as well as his phy*i'al faculties Ieuar to weaken, lihe parted w Il sro.e of this property. .lr. Black ias born in (Gl:asgow, Sico land. Mae' no. IN.6. lie went to New York while still a boy. In Hi57 ht cro ed the pilains. Ile followed his trade; as a blacksumith in Ca(.lifornia anid Oregon and thenr camrre to Mlontana. lie was marriied in 1882 in Jeffernn coruty to Mi·, Alice 7A. Recd. No chil diren were horn to them. . AERIE OF EAGLES PUT IN AT OLD LEWISTOWN State Deputy Sanger Installs Officials of Lodge-Gilt Edge Is to Fall Into Line. SIT, fAt 10 'IiI INiltR Mit'NrTlA . l.es istoniIn. April in.--State I )eprity San~er of liutte orgatnizid a lodge of Eagles here Saturday. It is expected the tnemlership will reach five score bIy June I, as interest is general. Mr. Sanger will put in a lodge at Gilt Edge tonight. FIollowing are the ofticers elected here Saturday night: J. T'. Johns, past worthy president tndl district deputy; J. C. Ilelh, worthy president: J. A. lowatt, worthy vice president; Miles Gibbons, worthy sec retary; J. s. Kearney, worthy treasurer; Ed 1.. Skinner, worthy chaplain: George (;ordos, worthy conductor; t)r. Frederick Treacy, worth physician; . . Ramsey, insuide guard: E. I. Ilarvey, outside guard: I.. P. Slater, J. . l'inkley and W. II, Culver, trustees. CAUTION. This is not a gentle word-but when you think how liable you are not to purchase the only remedy universally known and a remedy that has had the largest sale of any medicine in the world since 386.5 for the eure and treatment of Consumption and Throat and Lung troubles without losing its great popularity all these years, you will be thankful we called your atten tion to BIoschee's German Syrup. There are so many ordinary cough remedies made by druggists and others that are cheap and good for light colds, perhaps, but for severe Coughs, Bronchitis, Croup-and especially for Consumption, where there is difficult expectoration and coughing during the nights and mornings, there is nothing like German Syrup. The :S cent size has just been Introduced this year. Regular size 75 cents. For sale by Newbro Drug Co., J. T. Finlen Drug Co, MEeHANIeS We carry a complete up-to-date line of Mechanics' Tools and Builders' Hardware Your Patronage Solicited. Hardware Anaconda eopper Department Mining eo. Butte, Montana ] . .. . . . . . . MANY SEEK POSITIONS ON CITY'S PAYROLL Mayor-Elect Mullins Not Yet Ready to Make Announce ments-Hard Task Before Him Filling Offices. IPatrirck Millini, nynr-clect of Butte, is trying to forgt. he hn, to dictate mnore tlan four Score npapnhitntnts within the next thrcc wi ck., and that iin inning these ni( he Ih, t,, satisfy half a hdozen hctero gl'i oi, ti c. lni its w'hich no eairthly power has .vcr i tin tl t ts been able tot rtecon cile to ciything like coimpilet hiarnonly. (,.usip is prolilic regarding theste ip poitiimncttIs, hut it is oinly gossip as yet, ;n. no ,,nT I '. Lein al.lh tio paicc his ltinger ni any .cia wtho will draiw a city ;l.iry for ,,ny c ic itl duiti., from the l;t ic .,i ie Iowni to dog c tatcher. I' hrc. ir le Tly Ipersons who wioult like to ,i thi:. ailt there are icsome who hit Inone 4 tiledt can spec;tk with absohste itcr im. tci-. ici ccfle of chief t f ofpolice is sogcht i v 1ct'ccrl nuii. %\illiajc Mc irgorr Is o c c lthc"c. Friank IP illetier, who wcctc cc cl ito -It to be ht cpiing Larry lt pii.an, cs Ic ccc ich.iri;tian of thie labor pa:lrty'l ct.( tir;cl . ,.,ittr c, is another. An.cl It is .ca.I h '- h ic it lIpre - t fair hcpI-s of lci lit g th'e tl.ce. lohn I.;,vl', i another camdidtate whose BOY BURGLARS ARE RETAKEN AFTER ESCAPE Missoula Boys Who Break Jail Surrender After Being Fired On. O i'I I 1i tilt 1i S1 r It \ AIAt. listi S ta. April o. --'nderiiht ril Ad dth firn St ,vling yesterday m or ling rec ,p t tr, d , II. I, l l itlly ant T . . .RSm ith. Ithe It s whlt. ~s e .:nsatiinal jailllt ak ti.S tilllll y afterti tto .tirrid the lt e t-iirt vitin ity. Sherill rT'homlps.n was L.ard after his IuiI. c nin ull ip with thAn.l a fll rlinl; t ,iniliade at their Ilvinttg eels. IUIt the fiial citp w.iis ellected I,y S.trling wh. o halt been on the watch tlfor the iboys all night. tlhe oys hL,,.tled a h 'ight h.ere. T'his ifie s.tlifl lcfined from the crew. At I taroi he catite tip with them. lut they jtinped and itahlie fl ir t lefsape it lith ta ll tim le r, t H - qe th e . liv e ly lire th e ~ ,li cial pItturtd atft r thetm. ih- lutri ucil, flf fhl lils uwtr too nit mthtl. l.mont,, t was the fry ing p.mi. 1), tun :It Arhte wits the fire. Sterling,. a;1ti illtto hi. anus tlihe pair tunwittiugly walked. "lThty beca1ie st par.ftel. .S uith ettltig tl, tir( dl Ito I, oft. shwlia ly alltr IlIy tr ftil the f li'h If it aI' arn to a s.tmple if their .-speed. Smith ialktel ,n to Ar..e Suldty mtrn ing. lie .was t;faken by Sterlite. whtho found hint aslcp fii I a Id of t iidtlrs 1.v the ste of the ltrack. ItIfe oth-uir found Donneilly i a delserteild ctlll . 11 e li l little dlli tul.ty in Litdlintg Ifi men. 1 he Ioys had iot hen n rg,,tred as desperate ch;ii..st- i'. I hey twere cni - finetl ill the tntllly j.il upon a tiarwit of r, lhingl the hl.altrd, are tore tof turran 1 'y thysh. uitner. RUSSELL'S JOB BACK EAST Former N. P. Division Superintendent Has Secured a Fine Place. .I'Si IAI "10 ill I NIIf'1 MO NTAI V, .Miss.ttla. \April 2tt.r Charles Iusttill, formerly tuptlertenftlent iof the Rocky Nii,untain diviision of the Northern I'acitic, has becomte superintendent of the Illinois division of the Atchiston, lT'opieka & Santta FI. with headquarters at Matlison, Ia. Mr. Russell left here two months ag, on leave of abstnlutse. It was reportred at the time thait hllhad a good thing in sight back Ialst. Ilis departure from the Garden City will he tgenerally regtrttled by Missoulians,. who will, however, rejoice to a tman at his goodl luck. LUMBERMEN ARE ON A STRIKE Humboldt and Crescent Company Em ployes in California Quit. Bit' ASSOiIA ED I'RI'SS. Crescent City, Cal.. April -o.-All the union employes inl the lumber mills and logging camps of the Hlumboldt & Cres cent Milling company are on strike owing to the refusal to grant a request for a new schedule of wages. lhe men asked for an Increase of s5 per cent in the mill antd a wage scale in the logging camps etqual to tlhe schedule paid at other places. 'The compllltany reftsed the demanlds, and after it days' nottice the ltltet quit work. All work has ceased in the mills and log gilng calftps. Funeral at Glendive. Glendive. April .n.--Fireman Guy Glen son, killed ill the Northern Pacific wreck at Southheart, N. It., Friday, is to he buried here todaly. Rev. James of the Methlodist Episcopal church conducting the services. Council Hears Company. lozetanit, April 2o.-The city council heaIrd representatives of the Gallatih Light, Power and Railway company Satur day night. The cotmpany wishes to show its hid is the cheapest offered for the new franchise. No action was taken. stock is now up and again down. LaveII has served in this position before, and fto that reason he is being pushed hard. For city attorney there are likewise a n.tnhir of caindlirl:ites. This office pay' I.,,o, a year, andl the assistant get $1.500, which stun hats temptlted a numb, of min. A merry little fight is in progress h, tw(en the I:nlitel ( oplper comp any's p, litical chieftiins. who want Ju'dge lenn'. anl the fricndls of William ('lark, Ji who is said to have a itman slated for til position. ( ty ( lerk. aw..istant, two assistants ithe tr:laurer's lflice, ill the 45 polk, minii. a dlttetive, two jailers, captain atn1 strg-;ant if Ipolice, health officer, sanitapr in. pect,,r and i ntittliber of nminor po*' tinns are atlording a firld for hickerini' which have driven Mr. Mullins to cover wh, ri. hi' will remain until the Ilginnin n of the week. A short timlle ago the mayor-elect Ittl.,t as having remarked that, so f.r a.i tIe police dI.epartmernt is concerned1 I'l wan ;ls to, make as few chaInges as possnhi, %% iethei r this dletc'rminaltiton will extend f such position as caltain, sergeant and d, tective oir not retainits to lie seen. RAILROAD IS OWNED BY SENATOR CLARK Details of the Purchase of the San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroads. DEAL VASTLY IMPORTANT^ TO WESTERN COUNTRY The San I'edlrn. I.a e Aneles & S;,t l.ake railroad has acquired all of the lit, t, thlie , ()rgn Shlot lI.ne railway south it S.ilt I.ake City, haying tile property owilt, . t. Sanataor W\. A. ('lark, president ae:,l moving spirit in the San 'cadro. Los An geles & :,Iht I.;ake road. has alllaounlced in a p,.llic intervi ew h trheli of the reporte, pIurc h;iase ti i'he property. \'When Sitator (clark ;as in iutte la t sinter a rleprt wias culrrent that his rail. ri.ld haid tirchaetad the Short I.inie, bIt Mr. ( l:airk, in an intelilrview in the lntr M ulntaii. , piractically denieid the reporti althouglh hie decliiwd ta ie intervicwed in r lg.ardI t, his railroI ad eliterlprise. Sinllce then the report has been in ci - crulaltiol everal ti imev. Ilut neither Mr. c'lark inor hii , aýlocialtes in the inew rail roadl would admlit 'or denly its truth. No Room for Doubt. Nowa that Mr. (lark in all interview - 'r liadialt o'ver the countlry adma its tlh .I ,1 ha e, n closeld, furtiher da tlbt olln the ialt ter is dissipated. It is the lliast ilpiaintant railroad an n tice:Ilc lit for this sectiln oa f the country since'' the re lortil lmerger of the Northern I'acific, IltrlingtloI anld (leat Northern It smai that Senatoi; r ('lark ,will ptush thli trtli'ne ll tof his roadia frioi its present tarimiintii in (;California (o the Southetin I t.ih tcerminus of the Short .ine. This will result ill giving Itutte and oth, r Montatana towns illre direct conlnectiolns with the lheart of tle Ctalifornia fru:t coullntry. In the course of an initerview in Nn.\ York. ill spleaking of the purchase of th, Short line. Senator Clark said: Bond Issue Authorized. "The San Peadro, Los Aangeles & tSa't lake (Railroadl comllpauy is althorizdd ti. issue $5aoin.oio lanilds a;nd has $2S,ooo ino capital stock. It has purchased the (Oregon Slhort Line systemn south from Salt Lake 'ity to ('alientls embnracing 340 milt of road, and, in addition to the main line., has takenl over several shorter lines. Mo>I important is the .eamlnington cutoff, ex tending from Salt L.ake l ity to Leaming ton. t'tah. "This cutoff was recently constructed and is only 117 miles long, besides havino the advantage of lower grades. "\Vest from ('alientes I have alreadi had 4o miles of grading conmpleted. The road will go through the Meadow valley wash. the dry channel of an old water course, which constitutes the only avail able route. "At Cajon we meet a grade of io6'4eet. tbut aside from this the inaxitlmum grade i. but 79 feet. The cost will average $3o, ooo a mnile. To Relay Rails. "The portion of the Oregon Short inr system which we have purchased will I, relaid with 75-pound rails, and the equip ment will be the very best. From San Pedro to l.os Angeles and Riverside, the road now has the best Pullman passenger equipment, which will be extended to the entire system. "In Southern California, tributary to the line, 25,00ooo carloads of fruit were raised last year, and there are existing orchards which, in less than five years, will have an annual output of 5o,ooo cars. "The line will swittly move trainloads from that section into a cooler altitude, an important desideratum ill handling perish able shipments,. "From Salt Iake City to Los Angeles -by this new route is 8oo miles, which we intend to cover with lilited trains in 24 hours. "At present traffic from Salt Lake City can only reach Los Angeles via Sacra mento, a distance of about 1,3oo miles. Building a Breakwater. : "At San Pedro the United States gov ernment is building a breakwater to cost $3,000,000, and Walmington bay is being deepened by dredging so that it will fora, a fine harlbor. "Near Riverside we are constructing across the Santa Ana river a great con crete bridge, with eight spans of too feet each and an extreme height of yo feet. "We have made arrangements with the Oregon Short Line company for a Joint use of their terminals for a period of 1y years. "Tributary to the new road are vast de. posits of iron and other minerals that only await development. "No bonds have been issued on the Los Angeles road, so far completed, and - ooo,ooo of the $50,000,ooo bonded debt will be held in reserve in the company's titaa ury, to be applied to the construction of branch lines. "\Ve expect to have the through line colllcted within two years." Mrs. N. Tremblay Dead, Mhiles City, April o20.-Mrs. Nellie Trem Ilay, wife of W. A. Tremblay died Satur tlay morning of inflammnlatory rheumatlm, and was buried yesterday afternoon from the Catholic church. COAL ROAD MERGER TO BE PROBED TO BOTTOM Interstate Commerce Com mission Begins a Session in New York City. PRESIDENT BAER OF THE READING COMPANY CALLED Many Subpoenaes Have Been Issued and the Investigators Will Attempt "to Find Out Whether the Anti-Trust Laws Have Been Violated, and by Whom - Interesting Testimony Is Very Likely to Be Given. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. New York, April au.--Acting on the ;dvice of Attorney General Knox, the interstate commerce commission is meet ing in this city today to begin an inquiry into the merger of the coal roads. The report is confirmed that President Ilaer of the Reeading company, who is also head of the Temple Iron company has been served with a subpoena and will hir called on to tell of the operations Iby which the Temple Iron company controls the coal-carrying roads. It is said subpoenaes have been issued, alnd it is the purpose of the commission to learn definitely what violation there is made of the interstate laws, and particu larly what constitutes a violation under the recent amendments passed by con gress. GET A FOREMAN DISCHARGED G. N. Machinists Do Not Like Their Boss and Walk Out on Him. srECIAL TO THE INTIR MOUNTAIN. llavre. April 2o.-The unpopularity of a foreman turned out all the men in the machine shops of the Great Northern here Saturday. After walking out the men held a meet ing qud named a committee to wait upon S.uncrintendcnt liarvie. As a result the official decided to let the foreman out and the men returned to work yesterday morning. It is said no further trouble on this point is probable. MISSOULA HAS THE MEASLES Epidemic at Garden City - Cases at Sacred Heart Academy. Sile IAl. TO TrO INrr:a MO.rImTAIN. .Missoula. April 2o.-Measlcs are epi demic in Missoula. Several cases have eren discovered, sonic of them at the Sacred Heart academy. The houses have been put under strict quarantine. The academy may be ordered closed, although the mother superior assures the officials that every care is being taken to prevent spreading of the disease. APPLICATION FOR A PATENT. NO. 4658. United States Land Office, Helena, Montana, March S. 9go3. Notice is hereby given, that Richard E. 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 P'lacer Mine, bearing lime rock, in Lost Creek (unorganized), mining district, county of Deer Lodge and state of Mon tana, and designated by the field notes and official plat on file in this office as Survey Number 6830, in fractional Town ship 5 north, Range as west of principal base line and meridian of Montana, said Survey No. 6830 being as follows, to-wit: Beginning at Corner No. t, which is also quarter Section Corner between Sc tions 9 and to, Township $ north, Range zs west, a limestone 6x8xro inches above ground, marked one-quarter on its west face for one-quarter corner, and 1-683o for Corner No. a of this survey; running theace south no degrees ao minutes west, 663 feet; thence south 89 degrees 40 mia. utes ast, 657 feet; thence south no degrees so minutes west, ,32a6 feet; thence north o9 degree 4o minutes west, 657 feet; thence north no degrees so minutes east, 66g feet; thence north 89 degrees 40" minutes west, 657 feet; thence north no degrees se minutes east, 1,3a6 feet; thence south 8o degrees 40 minutes east, 637 feet to the place of beginning, containing in all 4o.oe seres, claimed by the above named appl-* cant. The location of said Diamond Plase claim is recorded in the Recorder's office of Deer Lodge county, Montana. in Book 3 of Placer Locations, on Page rpa. There are no adjoining nor conflicting claims se far u 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 State Lend Office, at Helena, in the state of Montana, during the sixty days' perloa of publication hereof, or they will be barred wp virtue of the provisions of the statute. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. (First Publication March 6, spoi.] 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 Muntle and James W. For bis, trustee, defendants. REFEREE'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, 9oo3, in the above entitled action in the above entitled court, will, on Thursday, the srth day of June, 9po3, 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-wits 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 followinlg describes real estate, to-wit That certain portion of the railroad claim as patented to the plaintiff, partiesu larly described as follows: Beginning at the southeast corner of the tract herefn described, from which the point of inter section of the north boundary of M. E. No. asIs, and the east line of the Nel lie lode alaim hears south 6 daegrrees 4 minutes west, 3d61. feet; running thence I north I degrees s minutes west, sp8l. fee thence Setk pg degrees as mn'- went, I., feet these south Id gresh malsta east, ass.g feet; thenee north 84 degreus minutes east, 8s.6 feet to the plae of beginning, together with all the a, ledges, veinsla, rock In place, ma.na, minerals and mlaneral-bearing rock s earth therein contalned, and all the rights and privileges, extra-lateral or oth erwise, conferred for minling rialms 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. as8 and 33a, embracing a portion of Sections t8, Township 3 north Range y west, and Section t3, Township 3 north, Range 8 west, in Summit 'talley mining district, Silv*r Bow county, Mon tana, and bounded and described a fol lows : Beginning at Corner No. 1, a granite atone 8x1ax14 inohcn, marked t M. C. 158, a mound of earth alongside, from which the quarter section corner on west boundary line of Section i8, Township 3 north, Range p west, bears north *4 degrees, to minutes west, 898 feet distant; thence fret course, Mag. Var. so degrees, 30 minutes east, south a degree, west 496 feet intersect the south boundary line of Lot No, Iso B., the Emey plasr claim, and the north boundary line of !. E. No. Sit, Sty feet to cornet No. a, a granite stone ,8x tax8 Inches, marked a M. C. zs8, a mound of earth and stone alongside; thence see onr course, Mag. Var. so degrees 30o min utes east, north O8 degrees 4o minutes west, 87o feet to a point from which the discovery shaft bears north t degree, east at7 feet distant, s,soo feet to corner No. 3, a granite stone sxx8x6 inches, marked S M. C. 330, a mound of stone alongside; the same being corner No. so of Lot No. t36, the Nellie Lode claim, from which a granite stone, marked P. I. M. C. 1s6, is at the point of intersection of the east end line of said Lot No. a36, with the north boundary line of said M. IL No. si, bears north y degrees 4s minutes east, p feet distant; thence third coarse, ..ag. Var. so degrees 41 minutes east, north a degree, east 426.5 feet, Intersect the north side line of said Lot No. a36, sty feet to corner No. 4, a granite stone soxqxy inches, marked 4 M. C. 33o, a mound of stone alongside; thence fourth course, Mag. Var. so degrees 45 minutes east, south 89 degrees 4o minutes east 73.5 feet, intersect the west end line of Lots Nos. 8t and t59, the Marie Louise Lode claim, -13a.5 feet, intersect the west boundary line of said Lot No. 1so, 3. ss38.S feet, intersect the east and line of said Lots 8: and /So, a.soo feet to Lorner No. t, 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. s36, aio B., said Lots Nos. 8t and ass, and the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of said Section t8, and the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of Section 3l, Township 3 north, Range 8 west (M. E. No. sai), 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. a58 and j33 extending :,soo feet in length along said Railroad lode or vein, and containing 7.18 acres more or less. Dated this ast day of April, 1903. W. F. DAVIS, Referee. Office, Rooms 54 and SS, Silver Bow Block, Butte, Montana. NORTH COAST LIMITED ..1 Observation Cars Electric Lighted Steam Heated BUTTE SCHEDULE Arrive. Depart WESTBOUND --.. ,--.orth Coast Limited ..........7:oo p.m. ::o p.m, N. S-B u rlinglton Express .........:o p.m. s:oop.-6 No. s--Bitter Root Laoca" ..... -- 3: p. N. s3--Twin City Exprss ........ :o a.m. -- - EASTBOUND. No. a-North Coast Lim ........ o a.m. 8s:5o a.6 (Sleeper for this train open at 9:3e p. m. for reception of passengers. No 6 - Burlincoa Express ........ ps~a m .. a ". t9; p.. Lca*l'........ 1 p.m. No. s4--lwt CIt Express ........ - a:so p. *Daily except Sunday. Ne.1 North Coast Lrinted. from St. Pad and eastern points, to the Pacifle oast. No. 2 North Coast Limited, trom the PaciLic coast to St. Paul, Duluth and prig cipal Eastern points. o.5 SBurlington Express, from Kansas City and all B. & M. R. points, and aU N. P. points west of Billings to Seattle, and Tasoms. No 6 -Burlington Express, from Ta. eome and Seattle to Billings and oil B. & M. R. points. No. 7 Bitter Root Local, starts from Buttse for uissoula, Hamilton and all intermedi. ate points. No. 8 Bitter Roet Local, from Hamilto. and Philipsburr. No. la Local connection from Twin City Express from St. Paul and all Eastra points. No.I4 Local connection with Twin Citp Express for St. Paul, and all points East Passengers for Twin Brsages, kneridaa, Alder, Pony and Norris branches leave Butte on 21:. s4, and arrive in Butte from these p Int on No. s Trains on these branches do not run Sundays. W. H. MERRIMAN, General Agent, corner Main and Park strets. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. To CHICAGO AND EAST ROUTS OP TAE PIONEE[R LIMITED FAMOUS TRAIN of the WORLD All agents sell tickets via the Milwaukee mLd. For low rates to all points address W. B. DIXON, N. W. P. A.. St. Paod :' STANDARD The latest, prducts of the Pullman shops are now run ning every night between Chicago, St. Paul and Minne apolis on the new electric lighted "Great 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 dious. For further In formation apply to J. P. Elmer, General Passen e .n Chi-. The Best friend The Northwest Ever Had "*The Road That Made the Northwest Famous." LEAVES BUTTE. For St. Paul and East, dalily. :ro p.m. Great Falls local, daily.....o :oo a. ARRIVES BUTTE. From St. Paul, daily....... t o a.m. From Great Falls and Helena, daily ............ ... p9 -.m. FULL INFORMATION FROM City Ticket Office, No. 4t North Mail street, Butte. W. R. Mccch, C. P. & T. A. [)ullman, 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 (Ocean or RaiL) PORTLAND And All Pacific coast Posits ARRIVE. DEPART. Na p.....i:40 p. m. No. S..4:4s P. No. ly.....:45la.m. Na so...aol Ticket Offle 105 N. Main Street Butte, Montana. H. 0. WILSON. GENERAL AGT. Denver & Rio Grande and the Rio Grande Western Travel During Fall 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 sad Denaver is one of uninter rupted delight nla winter as well as in summer. In fact, the fall sad 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 Deaver & Rio Grande lines. Through sleep. ing and dining car servie. Per. sonally conducted weekly excur. siena. For rates or informatios apply to, G. W. FITZGERALD, Gen. AenaL Ticket Omice-. 41 E. Broadway, Butte.