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BACK TO BUTTE Confidence Men and Women Are Headed Toward the Great Copper Came. "WIDE OPEN TOWN" IS LOOKED FOR BY TH:IEVES Women Said to Be Past Masters in the Art of Relieving Susceptible Men of Their Money Preparing for a Rich Harvest-Police Department Prepar ing for the Unwelcome Visitors. G;rafters are coming ,;:ak to lintte. 1m alitl . iiwoI t whose ph. ltograph lis are filed in every rogues' gallery in the West are againt flcking to this eity. Ity letter and bty word f Iitottlth new has passetd anltl g W'stteri thieves that the "burg will In wide open" in a short time. Itunen liln got here first. The Inter Mountain told the story if their "frame up" last Saturlday. lihe awomen thieves are now begintninig tio drift this way. Somle whoi retimaintrle in Ilutte after their Ctmanllions were d(riven out have gotten letters askil' aouttt prospects. 'rwo or three of th1e oi "straw hat tiigade" are already in the city. Work in the Summer. These woi,i it dlii most of tlheir work in the sultllmmer. 'I hey walked the streets neatly dressel. Selecting a victim, one of them ,wull begin a sidewalk flirtation. If he were gullible, tlhe straniger would follow the wtmt:an. Invariahly thel grafter led her new found acqtaiint,lrte to a asalot n side door, over which thIt sign "illne roomsit" print isedl einterttaitnmttitt within. In one io the little lo.xes, thief and victim drank tgecther. hri nlshipl grew fast. \While it was groing thl womani ex plnined thalt tshe was married anid out for a la k. As she h I. sto she carrssel the man. Alld the c;arenst ss a; rule cost him ever)thit It hahl in his pockets. '"hees . t tnle er of the "'.str;;w hat brigade" hI:tt lhong. ni ble titters. andle Ih;,laits Iv ran a pl.,init'mn, t to Ioe kept a shut ti.l ,t. ttr, the l it li a .atchedI the "giaite'r' ,leave. t.omotitn, s it touk him ;,n hour or so to dist'ser his lhss. Sittmetii " Ithe found he h;ul beeni rohbed soon aflter the doolr chlosed. Are Rarely Reported. Such c tos wire rarely reportrel it, the police. \\l I r(1 , t it .l, they weret' hiard to prosecultlt. ii Ik Iwnt i.t ,s aidtt lack of good identific:atiton. \is. paint a.,nd plencil for w ritnklet. aitdl .hltting were tIuntl to good aldvantiage by these thieves.. In spite of this. fLett, hl.tetivets 1ttrphy and McG(illic ainl several of the tiltrimted pl.iicemen sitceetedtl inll l.r; vig umost of these women fromi the city. (ine or two, are now in IDeer I.ilore. I'Police .1Magistrate l,,yle's records show many heaIvy fines oplposite the IInamels of imnic. A few of this croswd aire ttining again this way. Other womeni thitvnes are also looking to Ilutte. Men, with whit m somie of these latter lite, are now in the city to learn what they can of proslpects. The new police department is not likely to find life a betof roses. (tIthr cimli rations, aside from the womeni aitnd the bunco tmen, threatetn. Visit of Roosevelt. One of these is P'resitdent klniosscelt's visit. More tthan two weeks ago thief of Police Rrynoldls receivedl letters inform ing him that a large "mnob" of expert pickpockets and daylight burglars, well or ganized, is following the president's train. To deal with such a crowd of Eastern thievemsmeans hard work for a new de partlinenut. SCIENCE TAKES A LONG STEP Eggs of a Sea Urchin Are Fertilized With the Sperm of a Star Fish. UY ASSOCIArFD I'RL.S. Berkeley, Cal.. April .--- I)r. Jacqtues Loeb of the California L'Uiversity has suc cereded in fertilizing the eg's of a sea urchin with the sperm of a ,tartish. Until the successful outc.)ll of the ex periment, it had been thought impolssible that animlals could lie hybridized which were not in close lhblol relatiuonship. Professor Ioch's discovery is made public in a University of talifornia pub lication. After relating the results of his experiments. I'rofessor Lodih says: These facts nlly also have a hearing on certain Iphelomrnae of iinfcction and immunity "One is almost tempted to say that while in sea water the eggs of sea urchins are immunue against the slpern, of tite star fish. In the artificial solutions they be comle almost or completely imlnule against the sperm of their own species and at the same time lose their inmllunity for the sperm of the starfish. "It is a rather remarkable fact that surprisingly small lnut very definite quan tities of certain constituenlts of sea water serve to reverse the character of the ilni mlllunity." Milly Sorenson Dead. BY ASSOIIATED PRES.s, Miles City. April .o.--Miss Milly Soren son. eldest daughter of N. P. Sorenson, died yesterday. Kiehl-Kelly, Miles City. SIi. IAlm. TO "i'lEi INTr:R toi N'rAIN. Miles City, April 3o.-F. M. Kelly and Miss Nellie Kiehl of Recta were married here yesterday. A*B-C BEERS Famous the World Over-Fully Matured. Order feo 3. Galll5k -- -----s---- MEeHANIeS We carry a complete up-to-date line of Mechanics' Tools and Builders' Hardware Your Patronage Solicited. Hardware Anaconda eopper Department Mining e.~ Mont. WILD MAN FRIGHTENS PEOPLE IN THE PARK Minneapolis Police Try in Vain to Solve a Mystery That Has Excited the Mill City Residents. mY ASSOCIAIED PREsS. Minneapolis, April ;.o.-Pleace I, Min. nehaha park is struggling with I triple mystery. fIirst there is the mysterious d.sappear ance of Peter I'. Schotxka, the Soldiers' Home gardener, who is supposed to have committed suicide. Then there is the mystery of the wild man, who. under the impression that he is a Iliawatha rome to life, is seeking his lost Minnehnha in the leafy shades, naked as when he was horn, save for the tuft of feathers like those which the mythical warrior is said to have affected. Lastly, there Is the mystery of the beard. el lady, or, as is more likely to be the case, the hearded man in feminine attire, who has been "throwing the scare" into the pupils of the Minnehaha school. Are these three presonages separate and distinct entities or is Peter Schotska m:ts utterading n the land of the living in or der to continue the belief that he has shuffled off? That is the question Soldiers' Ilome in mates and residents of the park are en deavoring to answer. The story of tile suicide has already been told. Frightened a Photographer. A. S. Williams, a well-known photogra pher, at Central avenue, tells the story of the wild man. Mr. Williams is one of those who have caught a flecting glimpse of the strange being now haunting the stretch of woods lying between Minnchaha park and Fort Snelling. That one glim pse, says Mr. Williams, is one he will ot sool forget. There was atn uncanny tomething about the poor creature's altost spectre-like ap piarance well calculated to impress a less Imaginative man than the photographer. nr. Williams was gathering wild flow ers in a deen hollow a shnot dista:nce from the road which runs south from Minne h;aha toward the fort. The afternoon shadows were comting a little aslant throtugh the trees and \Mr. Williamts was iht.ut to turn homeward when his attention wage atttracted, by a weird laugh. As he hooked -ip i1 stark-naked mlean with mllalntiaally-gleaminittg eyes, unkempt hair atnd whiskers antl a generally wilId aspect. ldarted across tn opetn spa- e athead and sprung into the uttnergrowth. Bunch of Feathers. A hunch of feathIers was fasteed lIn dlian fashion in his ha:ir aitI. like an PASSEtS IN HIS CHECKS "SHORTY" GOES THE WAY OF ALL FLESH, AND IS NOW IN THE CHINESE HEREAFTER. HIS FIGURE WAS FAMILIAR Well-Known About Missoula Streets Taken III Yesterday Afternoon and Expired Shortly After. 5SPIrAt. TO TYe. I.NrrR aMOIN1AIN. Missoula, .1,ril .,. "Shorty' is no more. IWhile this may lot he a startling state ment to the good people oif Montana as a whole, it means much to .1lissouliais. The late Toni Monig HiI was otne of the best-known Chinese in the Garden (Cityv. Hlls stounmpy figure, by which he won his sobriquet, at once graphic and simple, was famniliar to everyone. Ilis functions about the .hinese colony while not clearly defined, for he was neither laundryman, cook. nor gardener, seemn to have kept him pretty busy in his life, which he departed yesterday shortly after 3 o'clock in the afternoon. Goes After Chickens. Iln had Iern uip town after somine chick ens for a Chinese restaurant, tlhe sat down in the I)en store upon his return, remarking that hlie had cold test. Shortly after he expired. IHis remnatus were gathered utp with rev erent awe into a blanket and escorted off by a wailing group of almond-eyed, tear ful friends. L.ater the corpse turned up at L.ucy's undertaking parlors lie is to be buried this afternoon with appropriate Chinese ceremonies, which will require an enormous consumption of roast pig and some little liquid refresh ment. Leaves a Family. hi leaves a family back in Canton, in the land of flowers. These will he noti fied as fast as post can travel. It Is not thought that his estate is large, but being a chink you can never tell. Requiescat en pace. Tomt Mong Hu? lie was a good fellow after his parts and as much of a favorite as a Chinese can ever get to be in Montana. Exhibits Are Turned Over. On motion of ('. F. Kelley, one of the attor neys for the defense in the recent Kelley trial, Judge McClernan today issued an order for the turning over to the defense certain of the exhibits used, notably the photnoraph of the X-ray plate of the late Dr. CayIey s bdy. ancient Druid, he had wreathed his brow In evergreens. From the clump of bushes the singular hein, peered out at \Villiams in suoh a way as to cause the latter to beat a Lasty retreat. The iixident left such an impression upon him that when a soldier whom he shortly encountered wanted to return t1, the chase, Williams said he had been mixed up with a crazy man before, and once was entough for him. The wild mian is still at large, but the commanldant at the home said this morn ing that close watch would be kept for l in from now on. School Children Terrorized. The tmoan who is manzltterading in an tup-to-date version of Minnehaha has beeni terrorizing the scholars at the Maitn ahla school. Even a brand new bonnet with which 4. has sought to keep up the deception' di not conceal his mascultinc features. Hie has been particularly attentive t little girls- -so much so that the children of John P'. ll;,aas Minnehaha avenue and Fifty tI.ird street. refused to go to school l"hursday and Friday for fear of meetin, the "man in woman's clqthes after he hal lost his own." "Mr. Schotz.ka may have gone crazs and Iput on wormnan's clothes after he los" his own," suggestedl Mrs. Ilaas this morn itng. T'he conmmandant at the L.ome still be lieves that Schotrka committed suicide whic-h seems to lie hornt out Iy the find ing of his coat and hat on thte river bank abo,ve the home. Police Get a Letter. The police have received a letter fron Anna I'tmleroy, a daughter of .Sch.otka. expressing doults as to his having cornm lnitte'l suicide. Schotzka disappeared April _.o, and hi daughter says that she received a lette from him under date of April at, in whiol. he threatened to make way with himself. She thinks that he made the threat a a meants of dlis.tl;ading 'her frotm goinst or the stage, a (.trse ton which she had act her lillnd against ,hii wishes. The conomendant, however, says ~hat mail is fre(nuently collected a ilay after be ing Iposted at the hote, aind that the dauth ter plrtlahtly confused the date on which the envelope was stamnlte'd with the actual date nI which the letter was written. Scholtka was drinking htavily the da) -of Lis d.isappearance. RELATES SAD STORY MRS. BESSIE H. OTIS DEMANDS A DIVORCE FROM ORRA C., HER HUSBAND. sl CRUEL TREATMENT ALLEGED o 0 Woman Declares the Man Has Repeat edly Beaten Her and Called d Her Vile Names. lte'si. If. Otis has sued Orra C. Otis for a divorce on the ground of extre-me cruelty, anld she says in her comllaint that the latter heat her in October, egos, anI - told her the object of the beating was to 2 kill their unborn child. 1 1e complaint was filed in the dirtrict court this morning by Breen & Lynch, at toTIr) e for the woman. I he couple own $6,oon worth of real esa tate and $6oo worth of household property, t and the plaintitff asks a fair and equal di- t vision of that. Also she is informed and Iwlieves the defendant has divers sums of e money in various banks, and she would like half of the money. a The complaint alleges the couple were married at Carlsbad, New Mexico, Janu ary 27, 8j07, and that the pl.intilff has been a resident of the state of Montana for more than one year. Mrs. Otis says Otis has treated her In an extermely cruel manner, and that in April, iooz, he beat and bruised her struck her with his fist, knocked her down and rendered her unconscious. She also declares that in May, m.ooa, hr beat and bruised her, and that in October he ltat her. Since that time, the coam plaint says, he has used toward 'her vile, obscene and abusive language, the allega tions of the pIlcadings attributing to him : continuous performance of abuse and mis treatment. The property which the couple own Iii real estate consists of lot t, block a; lot t 15, block S; lot at, block 9, Farrell addi tion to the city of Butte. There are five houses on the lots, and the complaint ays. the whole is reasonably worth the sum' ot $6,ooo. In Defendant's Name. All of tl.e property stands in the de fendant's name, the complaint says, and he is an able bodied man, strong enough to earn $j a day, while the plaintiff has 0n money and no mealns of supporting her self. There is no living issue of the marriage. Mrs. Otis is of the opinion $5o a montti would be a reasonable allowance for her maintenance, and that $25o would be a reasonable allowance for her attorneys a. a fee. She asks tl.e court to order the defend ant not to dispose of his property, not to interfere in any way with her person or liberty, to pay her $So a month for her support, and to pay a reasonable fee to her lawyers. She also asks for a division of thu property, the restoration of her maidenl name and a decree of absolute divorce. TO FIGHT THE BEEF TRUST Members of the National Livestock As sociation Raise Millions. ' Denver, April 3o.-Twenty million dol lars have been subscribed for stock to a co-operative company to fight the beef trust in the event the latter is successful in carrying through the merger of the Chicago packing house and allied inter ests. President John W. Springer of the Na tional Livestock association said today that if the exigencies of the situation require, the association could enter on the build ing of a chain of packing houses through out the principal points in the West and East. "The trust people know we meatl busi ness, and we have money with which to compete with them," concluded President Springer, The Graduating Schedule, [Atlanta Constitution.] "it's -goin' to cost me a power o' money to graduate John this year," lid the old man. "Reckon so?" "I know it IIere's the program he sent me: "'Dress suit, $Io; two new hats $sld; three a0, o' shoes $m; cigars, $3o; wine supper, 1He don't write that in Greek does he?" "No by thunderl It's in plain Georgia, with 'od bless our home,' an' 'low's all the famIly, at the endl" MALONEY CASE ENDS BONDSMEN PAY FINE IMPOSED BY THIE LOWER COURT AND SET TLE THE COSTS. DATES BACK NEARLY A YEAR Litigation Had Its Origin in a FigRt in a Lodging House, Whose Owner ship Was Disputed. The appeal of Thomas Maloney from a Judl ment of conviction in a Justice of the peace court, which was set for trial today in Judge Mc(.lernan's department of the district court, was quickly disposed of. being dismissed on motion of Maloney's counsel. The defendant was adjudged guilty of assault in the third degree in the lower court and fined $is and costs. The case was dismissed with the under. standing that Maloney's bondsmen pay the fine imposed by the lower court and the costs of the case. Nearly a Year Ago. It was nearly a year ago that Maloney was arrested on complaint of Luce Lacen, tried before Justice of the Peace O'Connor of Meaderville, and found guilty. lie refused to pay the fine of $iS, and took an appeal to the district court. I.acen complaining witness, says that May is last Miloney kitcled him down a flilht of stairs at No. St West (;alena, better known as the Free Coinage Lodgins house. Lacen worked at the place and claims he had $7S coming in wages. Maloney claimed to have a chattel mortgage on the furniture and sought possession, but l.acen, with an eye to his own interest, re. fused to surrender possession until he had been paid the money due to him. Kicked Downstairs. Maloney attempted to "throw him out," to use Lacen's expression, helping him down the stairway with a kick. As this disposed of the only case set for trial today court adjourned until tomorrow morning when there are a number of caaes set for trial. The cases set for trial tomorrow are the State against Sam Nixon; State aainst G. II. (;owan; State against William Mathews and others; State against J. W. Van Horn; State against Edward Furlong. WEEK ENDING EXCURSIONS Via Great Northern Railway. Boulder and return, good on Sun dlays only .......... ...........$s o0 lIasiln and return, good on Sundays only .................. . 00 Boulder and return, good Saturday until Monday ........ .......... 5 o Alhambra and return, good Saturday .until Monday .............. .. a o Ticket oflice, No. 4t North Main street, Butte. W. R. MEECH C. P. & T. A. Sent to the Hospital. John Andrews, who was sick at the county jail with an attack of measles yes. terday, was sent out to the county hospital for treatment by order of the authorities. IN TIlE I)ISTRICT (CURT OF TIlE SEC. ONID JUDI)('IAI. DISTRICT OF TFi STATE ()F MONTANA IN AND FUR TIlE COUNTY OF SIL. VER BOW. In the matter of the estate of George Vuk sinich, deceased. Notice of time appointed for proving will. Notice is hereby given that Monday, the sith day of May, A. D. sons, at the hour of to o'clock a. m,. of said day, and the courtroom of Department III of the above-entitled court, at No. otq East Quarts street, in the city of Butte county of Silver Bow, state of Montana, have been appointed as the time and place for proving the will of said George Vuksinich, deceased, and for hearinw the application of Annie Vuksinich. his widow, for the issuance of letters of administration with the will an nexed, to Marco J. Medin of said city. Dated this asth day of April, A. D. sqon. (Court Srcal.) SAMUEL M. ROBERTS, Clerk. By JOS. VOGLER, Deputy Clerk. John Lindsay, Attorney for I'etititoner. TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE BOS. TON & MONTANA CONSOLIDATED 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 so, sgo3, at is o'clock noon, at the office of the company. The business to be transacted at this meet. Ing will be the election of directors and such other business as may legally come before it. The transfer books of the company will be cioaed from April 4, to April o, both daya inclusive. F. P. ADDICKS, Secretary. Butte, Montana. April 4, 9o03. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, Land ofice at Helena. Montana. April as, so3. j Notice is hereby given that the followlnlg. 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, ),ont., on May a9, tooj, viz.: john Karlack, who made HIomestead Entry No. S8to for the northeast quarter northwest quar. trr, south half northwest quarter and Lot s, Section ,6. Township 4 north. Range II west. lie nanmes the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of mid land, vis.: Michael Karas, Alexander Smith, Ollie Allen, William Mitchell, all of Anaconda, Montana. FR.SNK D. MIRACLE, Register. MINING APPLICATION NO. 4619. United States Land Offce, Helena, Montana, March 6, tpos. Notice is hereby given that Savin LiS% Martin Lisa and Elijah Boyer, whose post oface address is Butte, Montana, have this day Aled their application for a patent for s,Soo linear feet, being sos feet westerly and 1,395 feet easterly from disgovery shaft of the Edna F. Lode, upow wmieh a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted on the s8th day of February, o903, situated in Independence (unor ganized), mining district, Silver Bow county, state of Montana, designated as Survey No. 6833, in Section sa, Township 3 north, Range 8 wht, being more parties. larly described as follows: Beginning as the southwest corner a point in the east end line of Survey No. 3467, a granite ston set in the ground, with a mound of stone alongside, and marked 1-6833 foe Corner No. I, from which the quarter tection Corner on the south boundary of Section sa, Township 3 north, Range 8 west, bears south 9 degrees sS minutes west, s,o39,8 feet; and runnmng thence north 8 degrees or minutes west, Sgs,g feet; thence north 78 degrees 13 minutes east, 1,48s feet i thence south 8 degrees o7 anlnutes east, 349 feet; thence south ya degrees west, s,Soo feet to the place of sbe ginning, containing an area of 14.65 acree claimed by the above named applicants. The location of this elaim is of record in the Recorder's ofee of Silver Bow o*unty, Montana, in Book "H," of Lode Locations4 at Page 898. The adjoining claims to these prerumis are Survey No. sys6, Sister Annie Lead Lot 91t, on the south; Survey No. 3647, Big Bend Lode, on the west, and the Jupi ter Lode, unsttrveyed, on the north. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Regster. SAMUEL BARKER, JR. Attorney for Appifcaote. [First Publication Marsh 7, 19o03. t APPLICATION FOR A PATENT. a NO. 468. United States Land Office, Helena, Montana, March g, tsos. Notice is hereby given, that Richard . De Kay, whose postofice address is Aa. ends, Montana, has thls dar lied I aplestlaen ter a pabnt tr 0 are laer rountd, known as the Diamme Pler Mine, iearlen lime ree, Ia Lest Creek (unorganised), minia g l stries, county of Der Leode sad sate of or. tan, and designates by the field mees and offidal plat on file In this eie as Survey Number 63jo, in freeional Town. ship j north, Range s west of prInelpal bas line and meridian of Montana, said Survey No. 683o being as follows, to-witt beginning at Corner No. , which is also quarter Section Corner between See. tieon 9 and to, Township j north, Range as west, a limestonse 4ieo hnckes shobn greund marked on-quarter on its west e for one-quarter eorner, and 14-j3 fle Creemr No. t of this survey; running themes south no degrees so minutes wes, ids feetl thence south Ip degreesat 4o min uses east, 6jy feet; thence south no degrees as danutso west, ,3s. feet; theseo north Sp degrees 4* minutes west, elt faset themes morth no degrees so minutes east, 641 feet; thence north Io degrees 4o minutes west, SIy feet; thence north no degrees so alautes east, 1,31 feet; thence south fp degrees 40 minutes east, 657 feet to the place ofbcginning, containing in all 4o.0o sores, elaimed by the above named appil. OWL The location of said Diamond Piesr aidm is recorded in the Recorder's osoe of Deer Lodge county, Montana. uIn Beoo 3 of Placer Locations, on Page sO. There are no adjoining nor coanfetin claim so far as known. Any and all persons claimin adversely any portion of aid Diamond Placer Mse are required to fle their adverse elaime with the Register of the United State Lead Office, at Helena, in the state of Mestana, during the sixty days' perio of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. (First Publication March 4, spo3I] NORTH COAST LIMITED Observatlon Cars Electrlo Lilhted Steam Hefted BUTTB SCiHBDULB _V ESTIIOI'ND. TRAINS- Arrive. Depart. No. s-North Coast Limited...... :oo p.m. 7:to p.m. No. --B u r I inlton ExNo. Y ........ t :5o p.m. a:oo p.m. No. ay-Bitter !Root S Local .................. 3:Jo p.m. No. I3-TT win City Express........ 3I:os a.m . ..... _ _ ASTI .UtND.D TRAINS-- Arrive. Depart. No. ,-North Coast Limited........ a:4o a.m. s am. Sleeper for this train open at :Jo for re ception of passen gers. No. 6-Bur li ngton E. xpres ........ Its p.m. s:35 p.m. No. 8--Bitter Root " Local. .... :45 p.m. ........ No. 14-Twin City Express........ ........ : sDaily except Sunday. No. I -North Coast Limited from St. Paul and Eastern points, to the Pacifc coast. No. --North ('oast Limited, from the Pacifc coast to St. Paul, Duluth and principal Eastern points. No. 9 -Burllngton Express, from Kanlsas City and all B. AM. R. points, and all N. P. points west of Billings to Seattle and Tacoma No. -Burlington Express, from Tacoma andSeattle to Billings and all B. & M. R. R. points. No. 7 --Btte;r Root Local starts from Butte for Missoula, Hamilton ant all intermediate points. No 8 -Bitter Root Local, from Hamilton and lhilipsbur No. 1i3-Loca" connection from Twin City Express from St. Paul and all Eastern points ENO. 14-Local connection with Twin City Elpress for St. Paul and all points East. assengers for Twin Brliges, Sheridan, Alder, Pony and Norris branches leave Butte on No. 4,. and arrive in Butte from these points on No. S. Trains on these branches do not run Sundays. W. H. MERRTMAN, General Agent, corner hMain and Park streets. 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--s mat. ter where-write for interesting in. formation about conifortable 'travel. B. A. GRAY, Gen. Agent, Helena, J ont. T. W. TBASDALB GeneralPassenger Agent St. Paul, Minn. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. 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No. 4s North Male street, Butte. W. R. Meech, C. P. & T. A. -i Pullman, Dining and Library Car Route to SALT LAKE DENVER KANSAS CITY OMAHA CHICAGO ST. LOUIS And All Bastern Polnts Short Line To Colorado, Arizoa and Mexico San rrancisco, Los Angeles (Oeea* ar Rail.) PORTLAND And All Paelfle Qoast Posate ARRIVE. I DEPART. N ......S4p. Na ...4:45 PU.e No. 7.....:4 a. m. Na eo...s:el a. Tloket Offioe 105 N. Main Street Butte, Montana. H. 0. WILSON. GENERAL AST. Denver & Rio Grande sad 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 and Denver is one of uninter rupted delight n winter as well as in summer. In feat, the fall sand winter seasons adds but a new grandeur and oharm to the travel scenes and infuses an element of variety and beauty to the unsur. passable wonders along the Rie Grande Western and Denver a Rio Grande lines. Through sleep. Ing and dlning car service. Per. sonally sondueted weekly exourt dsons. For rates or Informatlls apply to, 0. W. FITZGERALD, Ges. Agent. Tieket OSla.-, 4y 3. Broadway, Butte.