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IMPOSING CEREMONIES TO MARK INAUGURATION
OF FIRST CENTURY OF GREAT INLAND EMPIRE Biggest Gathering of National, State and Foreign Dignitaries Ever Assembled on American Soil to Be Held in St. Louis. IPFl Itt. t~1 'Tll INTItH IItnl'NTATif. St. Louie, May z,,-, salut. of Too .tns will announce ti the wiorli, at noon, tomorrow. the close if the tirst centuilry o tn inland empire that Niapoiton snhli for Ssong. Scldomn in the ol't ial life of ai great democratic nation i ill the ponitp and pagerantry of tlmililnatrchy hate liel.n so over thauilowed a:i at the itdelication of the linter atintiital ,xlpiU iliilll to Cii illti tiliratC tIhat cv iit. Ilne of the 11111.t iillpr ss.ise mlilitary spctaclcs of p.aclnl tim .s will s"w ""p through the ll ii'tropoli of tilhe li.ouisiala In tilain- a glit lring l ih play of Amlnrll: 11 artis andil the tai ;at the i eniith of the ri' uihli" li, powl I. Kings., Emperors and Potentates. Kings. empe(rort will potentates stetnl their ama,.i.adiors to .well the hmage of hiis pr plii toI the tiiiuiq that, by hloti l lees co ul st., gaive Ii, the country a terr" t r onIe thirn thi t slie Iif all I' trite. 'io tihel lh t tinl ll thli hiistoryll if the Ilaverlll thi lt ' ,ll l 1iL a sp'tial tlralii to tiatel i 4to till'l heart of the aitioi .l Tihe pr.ui t e of 1 th lil pteslillilt of the I.'nited t.tt,., hi. t :hilne t otllr gre l and the ilpri il. ' ihrt it thle hiil of tthe atoiii columni is inatinded tl I syvmbolilze a ,Ig ' Vrn ennt flby the pople I i(, its l th.tlr ell te' nt .\ (Im ltei ; li;i% i ell is ii'ntl hv the ast 1i - paittinte t to i''' olitie to the vast iitiliigs Iof illlt e l.l . ,I . " .. l hattll' I; rt1 h il li rrI - ulllrs. I h 'e p i rniil imont.ltr, 'rk.tisas, i c ileihlý the hisl t, r , tit r . , 1 clam'u I , I hi ti in the i.lle of t l. Crack Miitary Regiment,. 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'1 Iill IwillII 11 ( 1, 1I tt I( lI it, ~ ll l I , .,11 11 11'1111 I IiI 11"·1ý11\ .I , ·11' ý .11 . 11.1II TO CRUISE A[ASKA TIMBER EXPERT WILL DO3 MUCH WORK FOR THE GOV ERNMENT. \\I ,.Ii.. \. rI ~ \ .11 . f i 1!liill ul u III \ii I iii. v. Il1,"1 It I.. t l nIIIr a 11i Itt it ·1 1 1 tuut- i 1 11,1ti ~ut 11:. ,lii 11 ,t I11 1n i 1.ii r 11, I I, Iti \ 11. 1. -tll: L ltII! 111,r111. l t,;111)1 11 I.1 tII I1 1 ilj I , 1.1 \1.111, (":l.r til, 1111 1, ,".1 l tllllll' Jl 111 " N THESE ENGINES TO BURN OIL San Pedro, Los Angeles and Salt Lake Road to Try Experiment. .i, I' I.\i . III 1 1 IN IIIi 1iiiI\' I'\.I . Salt Laake, April :.,. - I u" San l'idr, ].s Anelh's & S.sit Lake is having four simpll e oil l lrllning irth\\ csterln tylp ,ni ginles built at the Schienectlat) works if the A.llri.ic I.llclnti t v Lcop. any fl'. August delivery. The locnmiti.i.s are to \weigli I57., pounds each, with .. I on p.un.s. on the drivers, which are to Iw 7e inches in diameter; rylindler,. aix-6 inches. 'I he boilers will he of the straight tip tyle, 66!.j inches in diameiiter at the s.mallest ring, with 3-6 tubes t6 Feut long and - inches in li:ameter, to stand a working pressure of[ .'n, pounds. The tender will hIave a water calpacity of n. ooo gallons and an oil capacity of 1.750 gallonn. The special equipment includle ()tis boiler and firclhx steel, Railway Steel Spring company's sp rings, piAton valves, ()hio injectors, I.reds & t'urtis couplers. Ajax journal hearinlgs, Pyle-National head lights, Westinghouse brakes. Natiinal IIollow tender brakcheams, ('oale safety valves, Michigan lubricators. Sullivan me tallic, Crosby steam gauges, Leach sand ing device and McIntosh blow-off valves. tional commission, only the beat t-pes of troops will appear in tlhe parade. United States en.ineers, artillery, cavalry and in fantry will represent all arms of tlhe serv ice. fi.e battalions will parade in every kind of uniform adopted lry the war de trartment. The new cavalry dress the khaki of the field, the fatigue, aad the latest olive-drab battle cloth will be shown on different battalions. The second day of the celebration brinks into sharp notice the mealiers of the dlipltomatic coris. I.very govcrnment rep ritterl at \\Vishingtotn will have trans ferredI its lhe.adlqtualrtcrs for three days froi the ti atiit|al capital to St. L.oqis. Arrangemecnts have hieern rnmpletcd ft, ente.rtaining the corps in sttlnptlutis style at the I'lanitcrs hotel. where two whole floors have Itben rrserved for them. Many of the dliplimatis will he accaompanied 1y tih ir wives. ( ,rridtgis for heir ii articiplation in thi lparade- ha .ve lent s. heectled with special tare. Ita Ih vsehileh will beI marked with a sniall silklen flag If the country the O( (luplati. reprea..Ilit. t,so that the spectator III thel sidewalks mnl;ta recognoize at a . 1ant the g pi.l splashel dtlntit;ry on the spat. Second Day of Celebration. te.ats hiave It-eti r, served for them o'i cahli sih- of the p- irrlitnt's rostrum on, i1h, triol "tan I in the liberal arts builhi Ing aind Ion the ra viewan-w stand in th, grind a-irt af the l f xpl.sithin. At I, l t a. III. thI e rat-otinl dlay of th a., hr:latitin tile inell eli rc of the diplomati, t1... tihe representativtes of foreign gut rr:llnlnt li the txpositin iand other oft oi-l nIt t. Will asianhc. i at the St. Loui tobh and lhet- ondutltl fr.nt that poin' unolhr militar 'tt ott to tihe libtCral art ihtir illg. \ Iun.h, n % ll he serve.l in the adl i i ti-.traitt Dn lh ildlitg. At tnoon the it tnihy nw ll e." F',,i to ordehr by ('orwi. 11 S ntir. htt t ie jrt-sprnlaent of the et |0 , iaid tilt lirt:mtan if the con, Illv s ;, I Swt at, n v illi pronounce th ivl i Iti -. l ' x fo tiled Stites Senati, 1ihi II I hercte.e metemhet ,f the World - I,,r N.,ti,,.lat to uni".innt. will lie intro hilti as aa ih e pr - i hlent of t:a' day. i ! I' ; t'r;nt.'i. te .i.l ent of the eis p itionl . '.nill etalni gritling. toI the ret ! 'ii .wMa t 5. hrlivrcaht, ý1".t t t tl . ll I," n riz . thu ';iiii f i~ Iii' 11: t 111:ii i fl it Cn bt', , iiivttcr .;i :II 5li m.il i i I, 4 · S 'iii\ lv . .. r r. ". n' tt 1I1 I, c· t , ' I iti. iiiriv nii' titi * i* ii . " t'' i-t.' t I, -- 1111 ' ( t(; L t 111 111 11In. t:. t Itt i (ntnri , i r,. M y W righ I t 1t .. 11.1 t ., : I < )11.11 il f ljI 1ICII GIANT HALL COMING BIG BUILDING FOR KEEPING Of RECORDS IS TO BE ERECTED IN WASHINGTON. \\ ,'" .i ,Iu n "h . .\ l l il ',. - u.,l . t, r \\'illiill . \I ,St art it .iadt ;tr :il S i't etari y i .t.l ~. 1. arl. '1- h ow1, l tl of lprlpert iI 11,, th "ill w t1 i" th. tatelti wa i Autlorized by Conghich irs es.ired' it' la t itil r es ai l t . i1 t1 rieL t he ir o p hall t i r rt it.it of rtirl 4 It ;ll tilt titl r of lrail I -rty ill thh : l n l r t ,i i h a ve t he i r t . y it ti it il c - ,' llr..I i..S, It to iil the the it which is : t t I h' ltt ttttht. :,eet aft the valuat ion it 'i 1 . i-' t. hi ri II:,y hti, l eii ht lothe i fr which t It tii 1 t .it s. ti . 1at l S i n ;tor Stewal: n It, t > Iy lt i, nd i residencet for whitc'h Authorized by Congress. Ithle let i~anrel for Ittorize the prolloep allll it is even growiltg ill thtese pipi, rati.le of placs fr it hall of records t t r t'e purchasent f i site b togethe ecrt ary conef thss for te pury and thos partila 'ruperty nature is the iiy of the worhi tover. andr nwhd nav Iill ig hasobbi been helou 1t ill a len o r *'ll ti,, .ir e fo r y e t'r s b y s p e c , e.tores ecarrye it has appeared certain ofI lhe. inite atnouttt lhich tiltle gwould be comi ptlli ,. to sptfurthase h t it. iLarge i. their State wtatr and natey cauill itg is allt what it is by far the largest de tartment building here, it is not nearlh Thrge enogh tarks are not inmm tended to re flept itl eitnwr Senator it, art I man tary Hayilig ias the inreditate vicinity ar owners of propby t erty for thise use f vario branch doutfuls f ithe servic f the desire to Demand Isit Growing The de-land for more rolm followed thent wcomillen prcement of the Sh lanish wby acondemna it i even growing these pipingcourse times of peace. It seems likely that the various parties to the present deal will get together at rwhich mately the amounnvited t appropriawnters. by congress for the purpose, $4oo,oo0, Then nature is the samevalue of the woruld be d over, and when a bill is lobbied through congress carrying an appropriation of a definite amGreount which the government I willingde tor and thiurn it good onerally hap pendays that the owners of t....... said... thin make up their ad retuinrns that what they can get is about what it is worth to them. No Reflection Intended. These remarks are not intended to re fleet on either Senator Stewart or Secre tary Hay, as they are but two of many owners of property on this block and it is doubtful if either of them desires to suntil Monday ATclthouh it ofeis possible that the over-eet ment will proceed to take the land by condemnation proceedings, a course which may be Invited by the owners. Then the value of the land would be de termined by legal process. WEEK ENDING EXCURSIONS Via Great Northern Railway. . Boulder and return, good on Sun-. days only .. ...... .... ... ...$. co 13asimi and return, good on Sundays only . .... 0 oo Boulder and return, good Saturday until Monday ........ .......... I so Alhambra and return, good Saturday until Monday ...a...... . ... a ao Ticket office, No. 41 North Main street, Butte. .W. R. M R. P. .A. resentatives of foreign governments to the Universal Exposition of o904. The French ambassador will make an address. After the hallelujah chorus from "The Messiah" the Spanish minister will sneak. Rev. Samuel J. Niccolls of St. Louis will deliver the benediction. A centennial ra lute of toou uns concludes the program. State Day the Last. State clay is the last of the trinity of exciting days of the dedication period. A great civic parade of nearly ouo,o.o per-ons will traverse- the course of the military pageant. It is under the grand marshalship of I-. J. Spencer anti will he replete with his torte interest. IFxpensive floats, depict in. the earlier days of the I.ouiriana do r ain, Indians and trappers and -thIter pic tures of the life of the period are being secretly prepared by the plimtors.r~ All of the commnrrcial thdies of the city will participate. Ma;Iy extravaganttly -decorated vehicles %ill be tliloted in the iprociresicn. After this parade has eren reviewed by the visiting governors of stantr on the ex position gratdltand the audience will be invited to assemble in the liberal arts building, where it will be called to order by William II. Thomilsoii, treasurer of the exposition and chairman of the groundtls and building commllnitt e. Hev. William R. Harper, presid.ent of the 'University of Chicago. will deliver the invocation. Former Uniteld States Senator William Lindsay of the Worhl's ';ir national commnlission is the president (,f the day. Address by Dockery. A. NM. I)nckery of Missouri will make aii address and Gtov. hlcnjamin it. (Itell of New York is to respnil. abhmbi Leon Il:rri*,ol of St. Louis will pronounce the lbenedictioi nant a satllue f Ion gunsI coin cludes the progra:m. The hoard of lady manager, will enter tain the wives of tile menmbers of the dip ll;omatic corps. Iclmembers of the suptrellmel (utt. ttemtbetrs of the cablinet. Intelmblers iof the jointt committee of cilngres., thti :itnirall of the navy, the lieutenant gen ir:al of tile army, the granld Imarshal. the governolrs if states, the ofhicintit. clergy n ant d nl l('ers iof the nlatiliinal con uitsi.n each day of the cihelhratiion. GO EASY ON MOTT WIFE MURDERER GETS RESPITE UN TIL SUPREME COURT CAN LOOK INTO HIS CASE. "il1 i I. I'l "if IN I-H \MiI N"IAIN. ti. V,. April 111.- t tvernolr lToile has gt a,t' Id a ru>; it tit . Louis II. M iott, ,tntental to hangII .May 4 for the murder , lii witc. I'tn ling the algpeal to the .ttpreme court, tla "I:': crx,.'utivce i. willing to d hl: y It, en a..rtrei by the cvternl)r tha!t thte ap p, "i1 t. 0a. hither trilunal; is in itre If utifi. iet:t ti) wtrrntiil ta rrespite. It prallHiy owill Ihe sevcral monthtl. befotre I.le -ca (.;, rc:lt.ht (I .itl)rc lllte C ulTlrt. XNTi ICE, S'itl K1I t , I IiI.r' ."a I:ETIN(; iti'TTI'; & i t\ \ \l ININ ; l.ll 11'ANy. SIIu S.te i.tilch ler.. of tihe lutte & loswa Mtl. I1; (' i t;o any: 1. a :are h.rttl;,) n ltifi da that, a :pccial m.ct 11 hll ,held Itlh ey cllr fI tche r t-.ll in c pan v il ~e Whitl :I the o ee if th:e e imp ny.Inis lhu t :,I Illltt, , ll er tow cull untl . .a11 ;0 tana, I tih 131h tay of Mtay, i (Sl , 1,1 . : j 7:,t p. I. 'I h i p .rp er of the .taid ml . ting vl1, o. u IIt tI t Ii, .li t -t 'khAl' r. a plr i i i n t it Il raE hr nllle l tllll II Te ill tly o h s.:tlt, i *I I pie inr l, wit: 'I'It I l r: l t . - L h. 1, lL t'laI n ani ,In ti. nY.Iowr flck i.,. litnle if ('rar ,e itul Iu Ite i .(t .it ItertI f ittelin t tl til r . I Iow ouinty. ,etI N ta. . t I hE, r with the rci in ttc llr ' city ' tlltyr It-;l ti, tpltltltittct'l aI ifte tim ' antil tlhtrt, ft"r |t'rltl l it t will lf liryal heretofore usetd lby it ut i t,, nigning uperations, and to give In thle ittr It, I. p.utrciulaly to iuthorite the ialey. :Colrt Set . S I.' I KE.i )1I.. 1I'rcI id nt. lt-t: 4 S. V i 1Kl4 'SIIIkt . Secretary. tl" r.t nl.,crtat, n A. pril , 1r 9 i.) t i. IN IIll IIISTtll K I,( IrTlI' OF' T 1E SEC.'l 11N &1I' t1 IAL I.ISNitlT i of 1A E1 S CoIVI I 1AN N'AN. IN .\N' F1 1 'I THIl" ('()L'N'I't Y O II.. ivn th he annul met In the mattllr of tIh e tatKeof Ittorg e Muk lana Cih. 'olitraed Ntie ofny time lappointed for prving will. N,,tie ito hereby given that Mondmy. the Ili1t day of Muay, A. It. A1lr. at the hour ofat o't tItk toa . at tti y itice o the colrrmpany.o ,,f ile trnfer btuk of the oiwrhatiy will ube clatN. tron A.rl Iartz striet, in the city of Ittnth, county of hiver yfow, state if MI.ntann have been appointed al the time and lilac' fr prvbothng the will of said George ukinicusive.h, F. r. AIrDIedKS, lealication ofr. nniute okinicht , April widow, for . e issunnc Oly JUs. V OER, )'epu .ICTrkION. JohIt.indrlay, Attorney ther I .etiitoner. TO Iand . S C at IILDna.S OF TiHEl 11 TUN & MOiN'A.\NA Ct tNSUI.IU)A'I ED COPI'I'R & SII.VER MINING COMPANY- -NOTICE. Notice is hereby given thlat the annual meet. Int ,f tnhe itl tkhrotlfer of the to II, cli& Mon. tana Consolidated Copper & Silver Mining d ompany of Montana, will be held at fJohte, Eluntana, on Thursday April 30, on 0o ai t as o'clock noon, at the Iottice o the colmpany. The for tsiness to he transarted at this meet. Incr, will be the election of directors and uch oiSertiusin i wnb may legally coIe beor west. lThe ntranmfer books of the lowit wlneuy to prove closed from April 14, spu3. to April 3o, spoJ, bothis days co incluidve. c . aid P. ADDIKS, Secretarnde Butte, Montanl, April 4, io. , a Land ffice at elena Montanaonna. A N AK D. l pril R L , eis3ter. Notice is hereby given that tie nnul mein named settler has filed notice of his intention to m the final proof in supholdort of his claim nd hat aid mproof willonte madeill before John No. atS North Tnied Statest, Buttcomionerl at Tuesacy, Miay I, Mon~ , at 19 o'oc3, va.i. Jof Karlack, wih)o made ][omestead Entry No. Sfor the northeast quarter northwend t quar ter, suuth half northwest quarter and Lot I, Setrction a6, ucwnship 4 n burth, iange a west. e narly s the fIllowing witnesses to prove his continuous residSncHe upon and cultivation if said land, vi.: Michae l Kara, Alexande Smitht, MontllieA, Aprllen, William Mitchell, all of FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. TO TILE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE MON TANA GLD MINING COM-. PANY-NOTICE. Notice is hereby iven tthe annual miet. rl of the stockholders of the Montne pGold Milning company of Montana, will be held at No. i North Maddn street, Buttea, Montana, on Tuesdy May t a, he 3, at so o'clock a. te., for the election of seven directors and for the transaction of such other business as may properly and lc aAl come. befre the meeting. JOHIN W. IIAGGERTY, Secretary. Butte, Montana, April at, Ip"l* MINING APPLICATION NO. 4669. United State. Land 01fc, Helena, Montana, March 6, ipol. Notice is hereby given that Savin LUse Martin Lisa and Elijah Boyer, whose poste ofiiee address is Butte, Montana, have this day Aled their applicatioa for a patent fhe s,loo lnear feel, being t', feet weeterl and s,all feet sterl from ds shaft of the Edna ,V Lode upon whlch e etioee of intention to apply feor a patet was posted on the seth daT of Febsru-a, io$, situated In Independence (mae. epnled), mnlng distrlict, Siirver h county, state of Montana, designated Is Survey No. 4613, in Section as, Township l north, Range 8 west being more parties arlty described as follows: Beginning a the southwest corner a point in the east end line of Survey No. 3467, a granite stone set in the ground, with a mound eo stone alongside, and marked t4S33 for Corner No. t, from which the quarter ;.ection Corner on the south boundary et Stetion as, Township 3 north, Range S west, bears south 9 degrees ss minutes viest, 8,o39.8 feet; and runnlng thence rnorth degrees or minutes west, sil feet; thence north 78 degrees as minutei east, 1,481 feet; thence south 8 deglres of minutes east, 349 feet; thence sorth ps degrees west, t,soo feet to the place of ie. ginning, containing an area of 24.6s acres claimed by the above named applicants. The location of this claim is of record i the Recorder's office of Silver Bow county, Montana, in Book "H," of Lode Locations at Page 598. The adjoining claims to these prersral are Survey No. as76, Sister Annie L..t Lot 5g9, on the south; Survey No. 364p, Big Dend Lode, on the west, and the Jupi. ter Lode, unsurveyed, on the north. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. SAMUEL BARKER, JR., Attorney for Applicaste. [First Publication March 7, 9go+3. APPLICATIO?. FOR A PATENT. NO. 4658. United States Land Offiee, Helena, Montana, March S, 9goj. Notice is hereby given, that Richard I De Kay, whose postoffce address is Ana conda, Montana, has this day fled his application for a patent for 40 acsres of placer ground, known as the Diamond Placer Mine, bearing lime rock, in Lod Creek (unorganized), mining AistriSt county of Deer Lodge and state of Morn. tans., 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 iI west of principal base line and meridian of Montana, said Survey No. 68jo being as follows, to-wit:. Beginning at Corner No. 5, which is also quarter Section Corner between See. tions 9 and so, Township a north, Range a: west, a limestone 6xgxzo inches above ground, marked one-quarter on its west face for one-quarter corner, and 1-681o for Corner No. 5 of this survey; running thence south no degrees so minutes west, 663 feet, thence south 89 degrees 40 man. utes east, 657 feet; thence south no degrees no minutes west. l,3a6 feet; thence north 89 degrees 4o minutes west, oS7 faet; thence north no degrees so minutes east, 661 feet; thence north 8p degrees 4o minutes west, 657 feet; thence north no degrees so minutes east, ,j3a6 feet; thence south 89 degrees 40 minutes east, 657 feet to the pi ct of beginning, containing in all 4o.o00 ae,es, claimed by the above named applil cant. The location of said Diamond Plseer claIm is recorded in the Recorder's office of Deer Lodge county, Montana. in Book 3 of Placer locations, on Page 59s. There are no adjoining nor conflicting claims so far as known. Arny and all persons claiming adverselp any portion of said Diamond Placer Mine a-e required to file their adverse claims with the Register of the United States L:A.d Office, at Helena, in the state of Montana, during the sixty days' perioa of publication hereof, or they will be barred b.- virtue of the provisions of the statute. :RANK i). MIRACLE, Register. [First Publication March 6, o9o3. NORTH COAST LIMITED If Observation Cars a s. Electric Lighted 9 Steam Heated LUTTU SCIEDULB ____ _ IN I). _ - rrive. Depart. u. s 0r1 (oCast I.mlited. ........ ;:ou pm. 7:o p.m. No. 5 It u r I ington I.lrr........ I:5 u pin. 2:oo p.m. No. .;--ilttter Root l . ....... ........ 3:o p.m . No 1 T wi City ___ I:. p.re........ I Ii:. a.m. T',iINS Arrive. Depart. I.imel ed . . J:* a.m. sa:5o a.m. -lh,. t r fr Ihi, train open at ,:, for re. N' pt ..n pa'%en No. / f' . II r I p ::n.': p ,.l ,,1.r ...... . 11:.13 P.M. 11:33 p.m . N. .. I:tt,1 .r Wit SI.,;. .a . 1:45 p. m . No,. I 'lI I 1n I ty I prlra..... . . ....... 1s :3o p.m. * Italy rxtcet Sunday. No. s Nirth I4:r. I.imited. from St. I'al am I. a.terrn pIoint, toIII the Pacific coast. No. 2 - North ('.ot l.ifllted. from the Pacific conat to St. Paul. I)uluth and principal Eastern points. No. - Ihurlingtocn Exlpresi, from Kansas ('ity and all II. & M. . R. points, and all N. P. points west of Ilillings to Scattle and Tacoma No, t -lturlinyton Ekpress. from Tacoma and Seattle to Uillinogs and all U. & .1. 1. 1. points. No. 7 --flitter Root Local, starts trom Butte for Missoula, Jluamilton and all intermediate points. No 8 -Hlitter Root Local, from Hamilton and hilitpahurg. No, 1l3-l.ocal connection from Twin City Express from St. Paul and all Easterrq points. o. 14 --local connection with Twin City Express for St. Paul and all poiltl East. Passengers for Twin Bridses, Sheridan, Alder Pony and Norris branches leave Butte on 11o. 14, and arrive in Butte from these points on No. 5. 'Trains on these branches do not run Sundlayus. W. H. MERRIMAN, General Agent, corner Main and Park streets. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. To CHICAGO AND EAST ROUTB OP TRB PION[ER LIMIT[D PFMOUS TRAIN of the WORLD All agents sell tickets via the Milwaukee 7F low rates to all points address W. 3. DIXON, N. W. P. A.. ISti . ' ITA AIIRD SLl PEN. 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 "G erst 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 Passenm Agent, Chi The Best friend The Northwest Ever Had "The Road That Made the Northwest Famous." LEAVES BUTTE. For St. Paul and East, daily. 8 :r4 p.m. Great Falls local, daily.....o :oo a. ARRIVES BUTTE. Frm St. Paul, daily....... :jo a.m. From Great Falls and Helens, daily ................. . 9:s p.m. FULL INFORMATION FROM City Ticket Office. No. 4s North Mais street, Butte. W. R. Mcech, C. P. & T. A. -II )ullman, Dining and Library Car Route to SALT LAKE DENVER KANSAS CITY OMAHA CHICAGO ST. LOUIS And All Bastern PoInts Short Line To Colorado, Arizona and Mexico San Francisco, Los Angeles (Oeean or Rail.) PORTLAND Rid All Paelfle Soast Posdte ARRIVE. DEPART. Na o.....04pm as. No. 8...4g4sp.a I, Na. ..... :4lma. m. Na so...a:Olesa. Ticket Offiee 105 N. Main Street Butte, Montana. H. 0. WILSON, GENERAL AOT. Denver & Rio Grande and the Rio Grande Western Travel During Pall and Winter Seasons The Journey to the East via Saltt Lake City and along the shore of the Great Salt Lake through beau. tiful Glenwood, Colorado Springe and Denver Is on one of uinter. rupted delisht in winter as well u ln summner. In feet, the fall and winstr seasons adds but a new grandeur and charm to tl'e travel oeenes and Infuses an element of variety and beauty to the uncut. passable wondere along the Rio Grande Western and Denaver a Rio Grande lines. Through sleep. ing and dining car serviee Per, sonally eondueted weekly exuar slone. For rates or informatioo apply to, G. W. FITZGERALD, Tieket 05.-. 4 3. Broadway, Butte.