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A GREAT SNOW DRIFT President on His Way Out of Park Meets With a Mishap Through the Use of Skis. nv AsociItItIt PREISS.. Cinnalh.ir, Aplril 24.-President Roose velt's v\.acati,, is at an end. lie greeted in-mluirs of ..is plarty and a targe niumltlr of persons at the Maiullnoth i4ot Sprin-is hittl in Yellowstone, park 'iste rday, and to da.; lie resumlied hii tour which is to eil in Was hinlgton June 5. The pu .idt it, wli, arrived at Yellow stone \\ clin siday, is the picture of health, tand it tan l.he seen at a glance the time he has spnt in the park has been greatly benrlhtial to him. His eye is bright anid his face hriitied. le speaks in t'hliuisiast~c ti-nits of the park and of tile goud tlilme he had while touring it. Greeted by Crowd. Wo\\rd scuint forth u-scr;l diys aoi, that he wiouhl i,-t the Itile living In lithe park anil sic itty y-tettcrciy miorniiig. and when hi arrived it A ilimilt IItl t Sltiriings~ whi-rr the rlCtellltiti i.as held. he fiollnd 200 li in anl1 wiimeni there to greet him. Thlie iprl t ntiI adli "sed tIll in li idly, S eaking ofI tihe ..-I time he had had drting the I .t two weeks, itlj taII shook lihands withi at i one. lie .spent the rist of the day inspecting the inst anaiI ri ling horsehack with Major Pitcher. lI tore starting todlay hlie partiii pated iti the layiiung of the cornerstin ofi the new fate at lie entiilraince lto tue park. The plresident a;il all those who accomn panied hill on hiis tour of the park are delighted with the trip. No accilent oic curred ;ll llthe wieatlher was, for the mtost part of tlhe tillme. i lighlitfil. Dlr. hiurroight" who iaccomtanllaied the preslidenlt imost of the( time,. \w;ls also greatly benetitied by the out door life, atil his fisce is lbronzed. Studying the Game. The Iprsidhlcit s;prt miiost of his litiie In studying the lliihas of the dlilferent stecies of F le .whlith alhoil in the tpark. lie would lie fI hlilrRs nar a herd of elk or mountain i ttii ;is. :Riil friittuently walk eight or tlt tiile,, t' otscri\c themn. lie also stiirted birId lii with \Ir. Iturruttghs and showel himself p. llicularly well posted oil t uh1 siiji cit. Mr. lIurrutuylihsi w.t able to show himt but one l.iii is11!1 hillia i hi e was In t ac detnt s ;iIp was i,(uii..V.il (,f two sill hey tntill and ote wall toi t without board floirs, and se hih i ivtlith:nig wiis simlple, it was quite i-ntli rt.All . I he paity thliit ii a iI, tl .it'l him was a snall one, c,,ni iiin \l:ij,,r li'litcher. Mr. Blurroughs, two ti rd, ilies nilll two " here was ;dl a siin:ll frc'e of men ito handlel the I:pack wagln. \While follrunately there were lno act it tits, a tlltllnilu r (of amusing incidents u'ciurri t1. (tile of thenm hatqtened dutring the tri sidcint's visit to uc.yser land a ftw dlil s a.ri. 'the presidlnt and sir. Ilurrouglhs weri oun skis and starteul to race di(wni hill. Tlii s-now was tuft. t.ndi Mr. Ilurroughlis. who halil niever usedl a ski l-efore. sonu fti(il hiimell(-f witl. his head in the siinow andtl li.t feet in the air. Roosevelt in the Snow. le hardly struitgled to lii ftt whelin the liresidnrilit repta.tuI the terfor an llil . Neither malin taws hurt, Ilt .,j i-jocr Pit hter secutredl excellent photost, whlic lie l. priii ies 4n tlave cr1 .rid. The precsiident IwaLs frit tunate in ruitntg i rls glam:ie. 'lTholuusa:lns f lk, lter all I lllountalli shliup anld gits were el.oir - terte anda their habits closely studiedI. 'ihe presidlent was quite lnltihusastlic over stle snturnhers of the feaulthred triue that in habit thie park. While no ncildent hiappene thie prre' dent L.ad a narrow escalipe. ((te dlay in companliy with Major l'itiher he tired a new revoilver ait a true. The w-eaviwn was defe.rlive tal the shell flew hack ail struck the presidlet'nts ithek. - ringiing blurIl. If it Lad struck ai Iit higher it PARTY LOADED WITH GEkMS DISAPPEARS FROM SIGHT Newly Married Couple and the Bride's I Sister, Traveling on a Yacht, Can not Be Found. BY AS'.OCIAIED MrI5S. Nice, April .4.-A great sensation has been caused all along the Riveria by tile mysterious disapgpearance of the pleasure yacht keine \ictoria. 'A he vessel had on board M. and Mmine. I)sMenard, the sister of the latter, Mile. Marguerite Guero de Furge, and two sail ors. La Fonta andt Berlin. The Des Menards were married only a month ago and were on their wedding tour. They were resident at Cannes. April 8 the party embraked on the yacht for Nice, M. and Mine. Des Menards car rying all their jewels and several thousand francs. Since their sailing nothing has been heard from them. They should have reached Nice the same day. A search is being carried out by police and maritime authorities along the coast. OoHEMAIA Pr.. Pd. ad Strub . SAed Oy as the rwry i ot. Loui. 0, dP O~ MEeI-aNIeS 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 would have injured, if not destroyed, one eye. This target practice was the only shots fired by tl.e president in the park. T'he president rode a grey horse named fonapaite during the entire trip. The horse belongs to Troop B, Third cavalry, and is one of the surest footed animals an the park. lo reach the first camp, which was natlled by the soldiera Camp Roosevelt, it was ni.c.essary to travel for two miles a narrow mounrtaintous trail which was oov tred with, ice. Some of the party dismounted and led their horses down the trail, for a minstep meant death or serious injury, but the ipresidl .t stuck to the saddle and guided Ilionap;arte safely to camp. 'I he first three days in camp the weather was extremely cold and the president was com.pelled to break the Ice In his bucket lbefore taking his morning hath. Major 'iltcher kept a diary while In camp, and the following extracts from it will give an idea of how the president spelt his dlays: April 9 Ieft the post at 9 a . and arrived at the camp on the Yellowstone river about I :.oI p. in. At night a large campfire was lighted near the president as tent and alter dinner the party sat around it and told hunting stories until bedtime. This wais almost a nightly performance. Fires No Shots. April ao -Itefore starting out the presi dlent alltlnnlluned that uindeIr no circum stalnces would lie fire a shot in the park, even if temllpted to do so by a mountain lion up a tree, Icst lie should give people groulnd for erit eistm. RMode up the river as far as I.ell RIaring. Saw a numnler of deer and elk and alsi saw al eag le attack a anid of elk. IIi lutnch at IIill Hoar illn creck, t(lsistinlg of hard tack and sar dines. April -.t--Ride albout :4 miles and grot in anmong a iU;nl of nearly 2,0c0 elk. (Iii hballndl ltollowed the party for over a mile. April I.- As this was Sundllay the presiilent decided hli ,would take a walk alone. lie tramped ashout .o miles and spent the time aming the elk. Spit i t3- Started for camp on Slew creck; rode slowly and watchedl the gatie. Much I e tow was eiincoiuntered andil Sle. creek w;as eintirely frozenl over, so could do no fshilng. April t 4--(tut loking for gaii'i. Fiound large herd of elk and the pres.lnt tk tik Mr. Ittlrrotughis amn-g them. Arrived iower Creek Falls ca:lmlp at I pI. tn. April 5 'resiildent took a long walk ilolle at saw some mounlltain sheep. April 6-- BroIke c:amp at Tower Falls and returted to Fort 'llowstine. Mu\ch g:itiiei was ieninli tteredl. April Is'- -LeIft IFtt Yelhlowatmne for Norris Jlasin. At Modern (ltie the horses we-re ahbamlnied for sleigh. and though the snow was four or five feet deip, the trio was anaile withouit troubhle. Stopped for the night at Nirris hotel. Snow Very Deep. April IR--lreakfast at 6 o'clock and a 'tart madei for the fountain. 20 itlh ldis t:ant; arriveid there at I p. mi. Snow very decp. ulit hard enough to bear the party. Presidenit spent afternoon at the geryers. April o (Sundatitiy)-Visitedr Upper (;ry scr Btasin aind saw Old Faithful play. April s--R-Iode to Norris. April :a---.Started for canyon ait 7 o'clock a. m.: snow very ihdeO and soft in places, -aiut got thltrluglh wit.l little difli culty'. V'i sited al canyon on skis. l'resi dhunt shiowed skill on snowshoes and Mr. lturrmaths provedI himself an apt scholar. April a--ltrr;kfast at 4 a. iml. left at 5 a. in. for po-.t, whicth was reached at SI i, Ill. n t il fhe.li above diary it will be seen that thIe presidlenit h.s pt, tty tihoroughly ex tl c-redI Ye-llowstonule turk. . ~ ~ ~ ~ - - .... - .. . . .: OVERLANDS CLOSE LOCAL SEASON WITH A HURRAH Big House Again Greets Amateur Talent at the Broadway-Will Go to Helena Tomorrow. The clusing performance by the o(ver land minstrels was given at the Broad way theater last evening. The house was the best of the season and demonstrated the popularity if the attraction, as the attendance steadily in creased during the three nights. Even at the matinee yesterday afternoon nuney was made. The boys will be off to lHelena at t o'clock tomorrow, arriving there at :3o. They will le given a rousing reception, judging from the tone of the Helena papers, which appear to be looking for ward to the entertainment. It is said to be doubtful whether the little girls in the number, headed by l)rea Jonnstone, will go to the capital, as Mrs. Harry Synmonls, who has drilled and man aged them, cannot go, and their parents are unwilling for them to venture such a journey alone. This, if true, is a loss to Ilelenians. as the stunt is one of the b)est on the bill. At the close of this, the most successful season given by the club, it is tittinlg to remark that with the possible exception of their street fair two years ago, their show this year was the best amateur enter tainment seen in the Northwest. Nothing but praise has been heard on every hand, and the city will look forward to the next annual affair with even greater expectation. Valuable Picture Stolen. The Hlague, April 24.-A Rembranldt picture from Russia, sent by the director of The Hague picture gallery, has been stolen. Some time ago the picture was sent to M. P. DeLarof at St. Petersburg, but German railway officials say the pic ture never reached the German frontier. SOCIALI STS SEEK TO SECURE JOHN SPARGO Local socialists are putting forth their beat.efforts to secure the presence at a date in the near future of John Spargo, ..o. n Seoiso . PLEASING RECEPTION MR. AND MRS. MUELLER ENTER TAIN AT THEIR HAND SOME HOME. SCHOOL BOARD TRUSTEES ARE THE HONORED GUESTS Handsome Present Is Made to the Host, Who Will Leave Soon for a Visit to Europe. Mr. and Mrs. llenry Mueller last c, ·n ing entertained a party of friends at their eleg.it home, .15 South Washintonn street, with a delightful dinner party. 'The dinner was given in honor of the associates of Mr. Miller on the scelIt board, anld commemorated the plea-ant busiiess relations which existed between Mr. Mueller and them during the last trw years, and which are now broken up by the recelnt changes in the personnel of the board. Regard for Associates. It a;as also ilntended as a final , pression oni the part of Mr. Mueller it the regard lie felt for his recent atso ciates, before the departure of himself and family for Europe. The dinner was begun inl the evening and lasted until midnight, anid it was the greatest success in every way. The Mueller home was tastefully lighted and decorated for the dinner. Tiny elec tric lights, ornamented with festoons of evergrerens and arranged in arches. flooded the parlors and dining-room with mellow light, and flowers and ferns added to the bitalty of the decorations. Th'Je occasinll was made doubly notable by the presentation to Mr. Mueller by his associates of a keepsake expressing their high reg:ard for hint. Handsome Gold Pen. l he other membhers of the school iward preesenlted to Mr. Murller a handsome ,ld 1o'n and holder, enclosed in an equally ihaidlsomte case. The presentationl speech was mad' by Trustee R. I. Clinton,. and was a t ry pleasing statement of the guolden ophnlits entertained of the retiring president of the school board by his fellow members. Mr. Mueller was told the nature of the present was to indicate to himn that he ~-as to write to his associates while on his travels, and lie promised to do so f:.ith fully. Among those who madle speeches, at the banquet were Messrs. Lane, Weir.ik. White and (;iard, the other member, of the old school board, and W. W. W.,h worth. The guests at the dinner were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Weir ek, Mr. and Mrs. W. McC. White, Mr. tiil Mrs. 1). J. (;iard, Mr. and Mrs. Ge",rge Moulthrop. Charles Iane, Miss Manning. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Richards, Mr. -.od Mrs. A. It. Keith and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Walsworth. LAID IN THE SILENT TOMB Funeral of May Josephine Patton Marked by Many Floral Tributes. The funeral of May Josephine Pic- i was held front St. James hospital yes', r day. Services were held at St. Patri, k's church. Burial was a& the Catholic ct eI' t May Josephine Patton died at St. J.as. hospital from consumption at the ag, ,f i4 years and 6 months. She had i' ite maiy friends during her stay in Butte. She came here froim Beaverhead cotu tv. At the funeral many flowers and 11 ral pieces were sent, not only by friend, in tutte, but by persons in parts of the st Ie. Rev. P. De Sicre celebrated sol. 'in high mass over the body at St. Patri ks church. CHARGES CONTAIN NO TRUTH Allegations Against Bishop Moreland of Sacramento Fall Flat. San Francisco, April 34.-A board in lquiring into the charges made by I v. William BIollard of Vallejo against II h op William Moreland of Sacramento ;:is gone far toward exonerating the bi-, p on all the counts. Practically one point only, that of uis residcnce out of the diocese, is now u. Ie r consideration. All the other charges have been ,.id on the table as not having been subs.-t tiated. CHURCH TO GIVE A CONCERT Members of the Christian Association to Give Pleasing Program. A concert will be given tonight by lhe choir of the Christian church under the leadership of George Stevens, to coi-ikt of quartets, duets, solos and choruses. Mr. Stephens' ability as a singer nmd leider is well known to the music-lo Ong people of Butte. The concert is said to Le the best uf its kind given in that end of the city for a considerable time, and it is be lieved this work will meet wgh the hearty support and sympathy of all in terested. A DELIGHTFUL SUMMER TRIP. If you are going East this summer why not see Salt Lake City and Denver and the elegant scenry through Colorado along the lInes of the Rio Grande system? You can t beat it for excellent service and good accommodations. Only one ehange of cars between Butte and Chicago and St. Lous. Write for rates and a copy of 'With Nt re in Colorado." G. W. FITZGEA(;RLD. General Agent, Butte, Motalna. Noted Cornish Speaker Is Likely to Come to This Place. Cornish speaker, who is one of the best. known socialist talkers In this country, if not in the world. Spargo was for many years a worker in the mines in Cornwall and has been devoted to the cause of labor for more than a quarter of a century. His fame as a speaker has spread to all parts of the United States, and he is eagerly sought after for socialist rallies and conventions. For the past few years Mr. Spargo has been conductinm a socialistic magasine in New York, called The Comrade Maga sine. Since joing into the magazine business he has devoted his entire time to speak ing and writing in the interest of his party. He is a strong talker and holds the at tention of his audience by his forceful manner. The local socialists feel greatly encour aged and say it is a question of only a few weeks before they will have an op portunity of hearing the great socialist orator in this city. MANIAC AND A PANIC WAVES A HUGE REVOLVER WITH, POLITE REQUEST TO "SHOW HUM THE MAN." PANDEMONIUM IN A CAR FULL OF N. P. TRAVELERS Borne Down by Weight of Numbers, He Is Taken to Big Timber---ondness for Children Saved Lives. SPE'IAL. TO TIlE INTIR tOIt'NTAIN. Big Timber, April 4.---"\\'here is that mall who wants to kill mr ?" inquired James Jackson Stanbury, in soft, benevo lent tones, as he rose from his seat in a Northern Pacific train near here last night and toyed suggestively with a revolver which, according to the tales of the pas sengers, was anywhere from one to three feet long. Stanbury is from Missouri. Hie has to be shown. The passengers did not. Three and a quarter seconds after he mounted the velvet cushion of his reclining chair astll began to swing the cannon so as to cover the car no one was ill sight. A Panic Ensued. A stout man, who sat two seats ahead of Stanbury, suffocated himself in an effort to squeeze under his chair. The lavatory was full of a struggling mass of humanity, each of whom had been suddenly seized with a desire to wash his hands. Women fainted, children screamed, and a wee girl baby down at the enld of the car, who was sucking an orange with great avidity and faces, stopped long enough to gurgle unintelligibly and wave her hand encouragingly at the maniac. That saved a life or lives. Stanbury went and sat beside the child, putting his revolver in his pocket. 'Borne Down by Numbers. lie was muttering unknowable things to the babe, kissing its little hands and strok ing her hair, when a dozen men took ad vantage of his oblivion and jumped on him. When the train, No. 4, reached here he was taken off. liHe gave his name as James Jackson Stanbury and his home as Bolivar, Mo. He is known here, having worked as a ranch hand in this section. When not crazed from the use of drugs, he is kind hearted. He has been noted for his fondness for children, whica accounts for his change of demeanor at the sight of the babe. He is now in custody here. TO TIE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE BOS. TON & MONTANA CONSOLIDAT°IED COPPER & SILVER MINING COMPANY-NOTICE. Notice is hereby given 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, tgoo, at is o'clock noon, at the office of the company. The business to be transacted at this meet. Ino will be the election of directors and such other business as may legally come before it. The transfer books of the company will be closed from April 14, 9goj, to April 3o, 19o& both days inclusive. F. P. ADDICKS, Secretary. Butte, Montana, April 4, 9goj. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. Land Office at Helena, Montana, . April asa, to03. Notice is hereby given that the following. named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof In support of his claim. and that said proof will be made before John R. Eardley United States commissioner at Anaconda, Mont., on May so, ao3s, via.: John Karlack, who made Ilomestead Entry No. 16oa for the northeast quarter northwest quar. ter, south half northwest quarter and Lot r, Section a., Township 4 north, Range II west. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, via.: Michael Karas, Alexander Smith, (tllie Ollen, William Mitchell, all of Anaconda, Montana. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. ADMINSTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE. Notice is herebhy given that in pursuance of an order of the district court of the Second Judicial district of the state of Montana, made on the 24th day of November, 1ona, in the mat ter of the estate of John T. Lewis, deceased, the undersigned, the administrator of the said estate, will sell at public auction, to the high. est bidder for cash, in lawful money of the United States, and subject to confirmation by said district court, on Tuesday, the 5th day of May, ioo3, at a o'clock p. m., at the front door of the courthouse, in the city of Ilutte, county of Silver Ilow, state of Montana, all the right, title, interest and estate of the said John T. Lewis at the time of his death, and all the right, title and interest that the said estate has, by operation of law or otherwise, acquired other than or in addition to that of the said John T. Lewis at the time of his death, in and to that certain mining claim, situated in the said county of Silver Bow, to-wit: SThe "Humbug" Placer Claim, situated in the Highland Mining District, containing 40 acres, more or less, together with improvements thereon, consisting of cabin, stable and water I 'Ierms of Sale-Cash, ten per cent of the purchase price to be paid to the auctioneer on the day of the aale, balance on confirmation of sale by said district court, deed at exp nse of purchaser. R. E. WI LLIAM, Adhinistratpr of the Estate of John T. Lewis, DeceaseS. t MINING APPLICATION NO. 4659. United States Land Oese, tHelens, Montan, Muarch 6, p190. Notice is hereby given that Savia Lise, Martin Lisa end Elijah Boyer, whose post. " ofice address is Butte, Montana, have this day iled their applieatiso Ite a patent for ,lsee lanear feet, beln so feet weeterly rs.d sg fedt sr m dreem din shaft of the da . de, upon whib a soers of lnttion to for a paest was poted *n the seth day of lebras, tpo, situated a lndependiene (oes. poalsed), mining dietret, Silver Bew eounty, estte of Montana, designated as Survey No. 6833, in Secton as, Township n rth, Rage 8 west, being more parties ly deseribed u 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 -4S33 fee Corner No. s, from which the quartet heetlon Corner on the south boundary of Station as, Township j north, Range 8 west, bears south 9 degrees S ninutes wed s,o39.8 feet; and running these nor degrees o7 minutes west, lss.g feet; thence north 7p degrees 5) minutes east, 1,485 feet; thence south 8 degsrees o asinutes east, 349 feet; thence south 72 degrees west, s,soo feet to the place of be. ginning, containing an area of 54.63 acres claimed by the above named applleatts. The location of this claim is of record in the Recorder's office of Silver Bow county, Montana, in Book "H," of Lode Locations, at Page a98. The adjoining claims to these pr*miuse are Survey No. s7s6, Sister Annie Lote Lot 59t, on the south; Survey No. 3647, Big Bend Lode, on the west, and the Jupi. ter Lode, unsurveyed, on the north. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. SAMUEL BARKER, JR., Attorney for Applicante. [First Publication March 7, srp3.* APPLICATIONi FOR A PATENT. NO. 4658. United States Land Office, Helena, Montana, March S, soos. Notice is hereby given, that Richard L. 'De Kay, whose potoffice 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, bearlng lime rock, in Lost Creek (unorganized), minings istrlet, county of Deer Lodge and state of Moo tans, and designated by the field notes and offcial plat on file ina this office as Survey Number 681o, in fraotional Town ship S north, Range at west of principal base line and meridian of Montana, said Survey No. 68jo being as follows, to-wits Beginning at Corner No. s, which is also quarter Section Corner between See-o tions 9 and to, Township s north, Range st west, a limestone 6x8xso inches above and, marked one-quarter on its west .e for one-quarter corner, and 2-68jo for Corner No. a of this sutrvey; running thence south no degrees ao mirittes west, 663 feet; thence south 89 degrees 40 mis stes east, 6y7 feet; thence south no degrees so minutes west, I,js6 feet; thence north 89 degrees 40 minutes west, o07 feeti tbhece north no degrees so minutes east, 663 feet; thence north 89 degrees 4o minutes west, 657 feet; thence north no degrees so minutes east, 3,316 feet; thence south $p degrees 40 minutes east, 657 feet to the place of beginning, containing in all 4o.oe acres, claimd by the above named appliU ant The location of said Diamond Placer lesm is recorded in the Recorder's office of Deer Lodge county, Montana. in Book 3 of Placer Locations, on Page ags. There are no adjoining nor cnflicting 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 State LLnd Office, at Helena, in the state of Montana, during the sixty days' perio4 of publication hereof, or they will be barred virtue of the provisions of the statute, FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. [First Publication March 6, posoi. NORTH COAST LIMITED Observation Cars Electric Lighted Steam Heated BUTTB SCHEDULE WESTBOUND. TRAINS- Arrive. Depart. No. --North Coast Limited........ 7:oo p.m. 7:ao p.m. hNo. 5-B u r I ington Express:........ :p.m. s:oo p.m. No. sy-Batter Root N Local. ........ ........ :3o p.m. No. j3-T w i n City Express........ :os a.m. ........ - -I'ASIBB UND. - a -- -~ Arive TRAINS- Arrive. Depart. No. --North Coast Limited........ 2a:4o a.m. sa:So a.m. Sleeper for this train open at 9:3 for re ception of passen. gers. No. 6-B u r I ington Expresa...... is:a p.m. z::3 p.m. No. 8--Batter Root ' Local......... :s pm. .m..... No. 34-Twin City Express ................ .t3:- p.m. Daily except Sunday. Io . No. I -North Coast Limite from St. P. aul and Eastern points, to the P5acific coast. n 2 3 -North ('aust Limited, from the Pacific coast to St. P'aul, Duluth atd principal Eastern points. st No. 5 --Burlingtoa Express, from Kansas SCity and all B. & M. R. . points, and all N. I'. . points west of Billings to Seattle and Tacoma o. No --Burlington Express, from Tacoma and Seattle to Bllings and all B. & M. B. R. Io nt --Bitter Root Local starts from Butte for lissouls, Hamilton and all intermediate Spoi -Bitter Root Local, from Ilamilton No. IS-l.ocal connection from Twin City - Express from St. Paul and all Eastern points. No. 14--Local connection with Twin City Expressc for St. Paul and all points East. Passengers for Twin Bridges, Sheridan, Alder, Pony and Norris branches leave Butte S on No. 4. and arrive in Butte from these S points on No. S. Trains on these braneltes do le not run Sundays. t W. II. MERRIMAN Gd eneral Agent, corner Main and Park streets. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. To CHICAGO AND EAST ROUTB eP THB PION[ER LIMITED PAMOUS TRAIN of the WORLD All asgest eell tikets via the Millwaukee aed. TFo low rates to all point address W. 3. DIXON, N. W. P. A.,u ISt. P ti STANDARb SLEEPEA. The latest, products of the Pullman shops are now run ning every night between Chicago, St. Paul and Minne apolis on the new electric lighted "Greet Western Lmited." 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 Pusen er A¶ln Chi cao1 The Best friend The Northwest Ever Had "The Road That Made the Northwest Famous." LEAVES BUTTE. For St. Paul and East, daily. S :eo p.m. Great Falls local, daily ..... so :oo a.m ARRIVES BUTTE. From St. Paul, daily....... s :o a.m. From Great Falls and Helens, daily .................... 9:i 5p.m. FULL INFORMATION FROM City Ticket Office, No. 4s North Maia street, Butte. W. R. Meech, C. P. & T. A. pullman, Dining and Library Car Route to SALT LAKE DENVER KANSAS CITY OMAHA CHICAGO ST. LOUIS And All Eastern Poeint Short Line To Colorado, Arizona and Mexico Saen ranclsco, Los Angeles (Oas.. o Rail. PORTLAND And All Palfle toast Posats ARRIVE DEPART. No. p.....4:4ep. M. No. *...414gP.s No. y.....8:45 a.. I Na so...aj selg a Ticket Offle 105 N. Main Street Butte, Montana. H. 0. WILSON. GENERAL AST. Denver & Rio Grande sad 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 tlWe travel scenes and Infuse an element of variety and beauty to the unsur passable wonders along the Rio Grande Western and Deever a Rio Grande lines. Through sleep. ang and dining car urvice. Pea. sonally conducted weekly exnor slons. For rateo or inaformatlos apply to, G. W. FITZGERALD, Gen. Agent. Ticket Bmroa 47 . Broadway, Butte.