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MAHAFFEY HANDS A HOT BUNCH TO BUTTE Fines Three Players Because President Lucas Would Not Allow Them to Play--Forfeited to Spokane. With only eight men eligible to play esterday, Butte forfeited the game to kane by the usual score of p to o. Afer, Laroque and Swindells, whom Umpire Mahaffey had fined, refused to pay, thd by President Lucas' orders they were not allowed to play. The trouble occurred at Tacoma Sunday. Vmpire Mahaffey imposed fines on the three players, Shaifer, Laroque and Swin dells for alleged misconduct. Manager Wilmot says that Mahaffey was wrong and that his decisions will not stand. Wil mot also says that the Butte team was de liberately robbed out of the game. J. R. Wharton received a telegram last night saying that because Wilmot had for elited the game he had been fined $too. In addition to this the telegram stated that the butte team was liable to a fine not to exceed $aoo. The wires are being worked overtime this afternoon straightening out the difficulty. To Pay Under Protest. Lew Eschle and Mr. Wharton were of the opinion that ,Mahaffey's actions would pot be upheld by the league directors. They favored paying the fines Imposed upon the three players under protest, and continue the series with Spokane. As the matter pow stands, Spokane is experiencing a hardship because of the gate receipts. 'It is thought that if Mahaffey's decision is reversed the forfeited game of yesterday will be played. Mr. Escile expressed anything but a kindly spirit toward Mahaffey this mnorn ing. He felt positive that Swindells wouhl never have objected to the aumpire's de cision unless he thought he had a kick coming. Mahaffey's Poor Work. "When Mahaffey was here, he lost uIs a game by not appearing on the grounds." said he. "mOn the morning of the Fourth he didn't show up and we had to put two players to do the umpiring. We got the worst of it and it lost the game for us. Mahaffey is no man:n fr the place anyway. An umpire can't drink and be a good fel low with the 'ay:.ers anld expect to pre serve discipline." President Lucas Talks. 'rr esJe::t cI. c, ave (,ut the fr.lluwiing .tatt..e::t last night: "S;.kane is mnt.t!ed to credit fr to. day's g.ne !y the usual forfeit score of 'Suc'h actions :are childlish. The Putte I:aers are no better thn the players if EACH YACHT HAS TWO VICTORIES RELIANCE AND COLUMBIA RUN ON 6HOAL6 OFF NEWPORT BUT ARE UNINJURED. bY ASSOCIATED PRESS. 'Nwporrt, R. l., July 23.-The last run of the New York Yacht club on the cruise back from Vineyard Haven yesterday was not as disappointing as that of Tuesday, at least, so far as the 9o,-footers were con cerned. Within a mile of the start, the Reliance and; the Culnntbia struck lottoun on the cas'ern end of the middle ground in Vineyard sound and only the quick turn of the whtcl s.aved the Constitution. The Reliance was aground only two itminutes. while thlumlbia held on to the shoals by a string tide stuck there for orver an hour, tinally being assisted of apparently uninjured, but, of course, out of the race. T'he others continued on and getting out off Ilay Ilead, a strong wind snapped ,,f the top sail of the Constitu tiin. \1htn the wreck had been cleared otf she iroceedeid atil crossed the finsh line nearl) three quarters of an hour be hindl the Reliance. The cruise ends with two wins to the credit of both the Reliance and the Consti tution. A diver examined the fin of the Reliance after her arrival in port, but could find no damage, so she will probably be in the race toniirrow. Derby Colt Is Killed. 11\ ASrb t'Il AIEltD) I'RE S. (Chicago,. July 3. T.--''he American derhy colt, hlxsty lliui.,, nthal, owned by JEdward Corri. gun. ran ilnto the fence while cxercising yester day at ltawtlhrne and broke his neck. T he stable bIy whoa rode hint escaped injury. Manitoba Wins Second Match. lay Asset IAIEDc) I'I .SS. Chica*go. July 3.i.-Manitoba yesterday won its second match in the Northwestern Cricket association champllionship, defeat intg P'ittlsblrg bIy 24 runs. SUMMBR SUIlTINlGS In serges, worsteds, homespuns, chleviots and flannels must be particularly well made and fitted to retain their shape and dressy appearance; therefore a first class tailor Is an essential to the well dressed man. By leaving your order with Dell, you will receive the best garments that skill can procure or money buy. JAMBS W. BBLL Taller and Draper SBeast lroadway . . Butte, Mont, any other club. There is no reason why their fines should be remitted any more than the fines of any other team fand this is conclusive evidence that their conduct warranted the fine imposed. "Under the constitutioni of our league the lmanager of the itutte team is fined $10i and! the Ilutte chlub itself $SIn fir forfeiting the game, the clause in the cIn stitution biring maindatory. We are pois,, to have clean Iball in this league or no, l.ll at all. "In the future I piropose to have Ih iof this ensetless kickiKg at the Inmpire than there htis hven in the past." STRAY BITS OF SPORT! The tin can for t'nfmpre Mahanley. riThe liittr r tea appears It i be aquiring an interestilg Ci.l(.itilon of tinels, anyway. Three ,lays ailhr "'I Iri leelper Awkei." anlil t'mpire Malhalh.y remenlllli.le l that lie. L.t fined three ofl itte'i pIlayers. Iheltta and. I.,.- Aigelres ill ,lay Itrtily iand Satidail; y at t iirat Falls. J. ,M . ,eynlids. in oilf Ithl , t.I Of it Nol llllhtanditglll thle ,p l,nlt ,1 .I tI fll- us \1,1 haiti )', order th n a i aeball . la I hl ;i't ,lt . pit served in alc,'hl. The a.',n.li' la hall ttilll a i 1111s u i ! the "l'ltger.s," ipreiutll l;ll i)' I i eauie i. i l t i li are fierce pla.l rs. .t mnuit If lbetwt it Ifarly v I ..rut s awl · Frankil .ill I("r the Ih n a wr)i y I igtl s111 4 1. 1 ship eI the w. rI I. - i'ing talk ,l .it III i .ll Ii.e nt-c- ft .1uuan- ti . Another t .atch fir .ilgu ti. tit ';ii I r.te ct l' i lthhl uli, n li entit ti l- wlla -, hi hililt i Is clash b tw uorn I'.odie I.tslh-n al Al tr l l Hir lretra. Itwly t i't p. tie t 1si an ti .ii a i oi . Ihas accet'l ld thl pr.Ill"l .- i , l ll sil tlatlllh ;anl he arrangdl. t lhe thi |,,tr teti \t ,itt i l, c-iI , ..in l tlli Americn l lr iy, tiihe .1, I nl n sem is if the Init. it Sr atei s. w ill I.t ip ittd .iiagu it I. If tlllheiit fund( cilani e rtii d hi ll ;.ia ' the Ilittie leIashmen , the ill ng wl. l ill ie hiel it ilutte. It ( ill c -.o i ln the nel hllh..rh d i .t.. I. toi have the auniting to thi city. I tie gate niatiti H ith Ileticl.'r li Illih ii~iir ti..h f;itly° rnc'ipts the etary lisis a.l th. Iilt h.t ,ught it wring n ia gre t - 1,ll ll ll .l l ti t :I If 11. It is reported thait i' ng (i oi it. knlill . i n iil private lie u as tillia I iothwell, iha b i si hi,,l) nabbi ng with Alirnd ltlw y tnne l\ alli t Li lt at Atlantic (t sy. and -itut . hJ d ito spat;uftilog F.im -i l fron a iii t ndle ", nion ) in .r V.6il hhlii#. K iod . lt;,rtnd L as ar|:r l'. iat l'..it, in and is putting on the linl shing trinchr linr Iii match with Frferri rks liich 'lcurs ther litily 31. The " ut t is hudh. ild lt hI ,n r.,unlh. for a idlc lrt of ,I > ii, , i i in dof Ihr tl ',"i The American Il, hal cn.nr h..- ,herealll that the heavy. hadhd hball I- a tlilg ..I thi past. The ball, its the tuirr, tall I. hinuted SHAMROCK III HAS MISHAP Atlantic |inghte.id-, N. ., .I ty ..t. ý-r 'I htnltb I.ilit,,l \1;4itn ,11l .llih l,,ll' y tr n,1 i she deck of the E inl y' tcrl.,y hlde fIr a;n h,11 Ilia loli erl's 'tIp ch hll.nIIt r \N.*" trlll pnlll ly lint to hI, v.'i)ll .I'hrind a \:all ofI ig. IWhen the h i:fu l yacht (;le lli[p)lrng outi If the f(g ,with or gellt trki n. Sir t'll m..l was ., plha.a', t I 'i. her .ife th,t tht hat i lnt was, of littile i.portance to 11il. The stet I golf was e, t , nd the til I- pulled out about to i feet froi the' i. 1,1 as thel yI.cht jn!jumped into a sharp tiumih.C II the .l a. It did not break entirely inll (,c. Tlhe yacht has ta pare gaff at the Ii u Iha.in GEN, C, M. CLAY TAKEN BY DEATH AGED SAGE OF WHITEHALL IS AT LAST CLAIMED BY GRIM REAPER. ItV AS:.O'IAIED 'PHLSR. Richmond, Ky., July 23.-Cassius MI. Clay, the sage of Whitehall, former min ister to Russia, and widely known Ken tuckian, died at his home at Whitehall at 9:1o o'clock last night, Death was due to general exhaustion. General Clay, who was in his 9;d year, had of late years lbeclieved that a con spiracy to assassinate him existed. Several years ago he fortified his home and entered a life of seclusion that euled only a few weeks ago, wlhen the courts ap pointed a committee to take charge of him and his efTects. He was sound desperately ill antd had since had careful nursing. 'His children, long estranged because of his eccentricities, were again able to be with him and were at his bedside when death occurred. MUST STAY IN DOORYARD New York, July a3,-William Rockefel ler, who owns more than 90,000 acres of land in the Adirondacks, has obtained an injunction restraining Oliver Lemora, a fisherman, from trespassing on the lands of the Rockefeller park. Mr. Letnora lives in Lebanon, a former lumbering community, now entirely sur rounded by Mr. Rockefeller's land. By the court's order, he is practically confined to his own dooryard, although he may use the public highway which leads to the railway. LAST SALT LAKE EXCURSION. Saturday, August Ith, the Oregon Short Line will operate their third, and probably round trip, $15.oo. Tickets good to return ten sys. Reserve sleepingcar berths now. Short Ine city ticket office, sos North Main St,, llutte, Mot. H. O. Wilson, Geasral Aget. A, JIMMY BRIGGS STAYS LIMIT WITH CORBETT bY ASSOCtATEfn JRtWs. Bolnton, Mass., July 23.- hitle Young Corlbtt, hnmplion featherweight of the Sworld, got the decision over Jimmy Briggs in the ir io-round bltt last night before th,: Ta'mmaniy clubi,, the BIston boy gained con silerabile prestige by staying the limit. It wa. the ccondl time the two men had im(t ndl Ioth timer Itriggs mannaged to stay with the chiamnlioun the full length of the ibout. 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Sixty one taxpanyrs of Meaderville town ship today tiled a I,etition with the board of couity commissioniers asking the board to appoint a deputy sheriff to reside at Meaderville. The petition reads as follows: "Meaderville, July is, g9o3. To the board of county connissionres and Sheriff John J. Quinn of Silver Bow county, Mon tana: '\\Ve, the undersigned residents and tax payers of Meaderville township, most earn estly and respectfully petition that a depu ty sheriff be appointed to reside in Mead erville, and to act in and for the town ship of Meaderville. "We further represent as citizens and taxpayers of said county there is urgent and imperative necessity for the appoint ment of such officer for Meaderville town ship. That as residents and taxpayers we desire to represent that persons and prop erty in Meaderville township are entitled to this protection, and that the interests and protection of persons and property demand that such appointment be madetis soon as possible." The commissioners have filed the peti tion and it will be referred to the sheriff. They say that the sheriff will be asked to station one of his regular deputies at Meaderville. They will decline to appoint a deputy sheriff for the purpose. $4 per too Pope Leo memorial buttons. Hawes, Butts. progressed and went at the champion with left swings t6 the body; but was crntent to let the champion do the worry ing. For five rounds~ the bout was slow, Cor. hit simply stabbing his left, trying to get near enough to reach over his right, but he never got a chance, as Hriggs was ready to hack away or duck under the powerful blows. The champion was faulty in measuring distance, as many of his swings upon which he depended fell short or his wild , ,'.s cnrried him into the ropes. The seventh was most vicious, for at this point ('oribett mixed the fight and en .lI avor.dl to finish it. Briggs, by avoid mIgi ('orlett's rushes and keeping his head, .t,,rI the gaff well. The rnmaindelr of the hout was without iterte"t as (' orlett lackedl steam and Il4ri1u1 was playing a waiting game. HOW THEY STAND Pacific National League. I'fayed. \Won. I.ot. I'.('t. I ....... ..... 1., I1 31 .62J i A...\ .ng I .... . 5a 33 .(tl L.te ..... . 455 36 .571 .11tl .............. 14 46 314 .411 I.r.,nI , I". .. .... .. t' 45 41 .513 I. .I, ............... 44 14 5' .4113 Ih h 11on ................ *'0 11 49 "3.J S I. .......... ...... 14 .31i) N.tional League. I'y5 .I. . 'i n. I.n.st. I'.('t. I' .. hl. yg ............. ;4 5 ,:6 .6&Q ( I.)' ........o ......... 7, 49 31 .t n10 S ' Y ............ 75 45 3)" .(*) II ,, l .............. ;1 ... 35 . 2 . 1 1 , f11111.. ........... " * 77 4n 37 .519 I: ,................. 70o 7 43 .316 I., . ... ..... ,1) 3Jo 5o) .175 I'r ".,-., u l h i. ......... 76 -' 53 .3 r6 American League. lhysl. W\ n. Loot. I'.('t. I', ,. n ................ 75 44 27 .*41) 1 I',,. ',lia .... ...... 76 16 30 .()3 I h \, ., , ........... 7; 41 35 . J33 , ", o k............ 70 .i 34 .5.1 ·, ,,,:l ............... (4) 3. 33 . ;o"' t I i ....... ......... ;4 .113 1i .446 I I ............. 1 31 40 .4,57 \\ .' 1l1 .. 1),l . ......... 77 :.5 52 .3J5 W'IGGSS FINGr LOS Amoe't FS MUCH TO HIS LIKING i,. . S 11, t ' I'll I'NI .kf 1, 1, .., 1 . bI nt'cli; hit.. \ ingg wast4 e.",. . Hth ., . " I;"11n J,,Ihr,.,n. 11)1 pitched the l..! L/" ItI' |.i - a.;-IIoIn n II i ht I nilte gtlotr n dll . I."." \'I '" I l " II "1 , 1 I I 3 5 1ii II I IIt !,= +, ' '.l SEATTLE WINS GAME BY HARD HITTING i S. 1 01' A't ) :i . Ss. *illth. 1 ,. ' I it h.'n, w'' n. yeterrdh y ,. : .i ..1 1, t ri e', l'i l u'ti . earning ill 1,1 . ,.h. '-c, tr : k II Ii .o...... . It I o In o - . 4 o 6 1., \'" it. : ..... o u I. I II ) 0l) 0 I 7 1 ) 1 S Ik.:.., . lti ,.il.e y munl. lanlty;- I.uttck4 anlld SALT L.AKr DROPS CLOSE GAME TO SAN FRANCISCO 111 . '. l ,1 I, ' . .A , ' '141 " . . II l ..,ike. I ',it. July .,j. ',2l Inl2 C2lI t 1. .k | oh.,t ,anid il 2 r2 l ting gule froinll the kn i < - 22-li. h I, ,r :h II, ' fr th..e ir t f a c. 2il ed2' l. . .u.l ly I :2It2a" InuI er and1 t . tll , Inl. tliltla . s a : t. ii.. t. e w1 a, .I ,1 1 I -- w.. mh nol . Il . " .to, III Its I:It Illltli. '.tl t,. wh. wa:, at the 21,.1 t," I ",k e . . , i . l , 1 . - l ".. 1 t.1 , t t 1 1 i'l 1 re t h:.m ntu I, l- t a! tlit Inim.l a ;pparetntly Ith t. ilnet' l n uf a,.,,lting hin. le0 was hnd " ,and 4,l r , Ill til he.l. .Atte dianc . 12b . rt II I. I * I'} I2X4 6 4 1 2 it212 - I ll-t.2r t:,l /.2iit,. ; I1t22h andI \\. hIi ngth !n, .h ly :12 ,. Sc re' : 1 II I, '1.1"h 1 i2 l.. .................... .......... 7 a I ld0. .d Ipliia. ............... ...... .... 3 9 I::l 22r 2 I)2u kt lI and I.ittr':2e; Plank and Cleveland 7; St. Louis 0. l',t2 .I,,2,l. Jully ,3. Score: R II h 2 l si. , u ' ................................ 7 9 3 '. I0Ll i.. ... *.. *. . ..... ......... ... o 6 I It:atterie,. .\l re ndl h AlIott; Evans and NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia 3; New York 2. lhhlIadllphii. July :3. Score: R II E N, w V 2,rk.......................... a 6 3 I 'llhil.d llh -ia ........ ... ........... . 3 a li:ntlcri,. Mcl ;innity and 110owermaun; p2a12lk and Muth. I'mpir2 1 Emslic. Boston 5:; Brooklyn 2. Ituc.tln. July :3.-Score: It II CE ............................ ... 5 a I:r o.,klyn .. ...................... ..... a 6 3 Ilat2t ric I'ittinger anu2 .1Iotran; Schlmidlt and hitter. I mlrpire-John.tune. St. Louis 8; Cincinnati 7. St. I.ui2, July 23.-Scre: R !1 E St. Louis ....................... ..... 8 ua a (incinnati ........................ . ..... 7 4 o ltatteries-Currie, Ir22tn and J. O)'Neill; Il.irpcr and Ilergen. I'mpire--.1loran. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Portland 8; Sacramento 4. I'ortland, July a3.-Score: R 11 E I' rlalnd...... o 3 4 0 0 0 I o x-8 Ir 3 S;icramento... a o oa a I a a I-4 6 3 flatteric--llogg and hless; Brown, Thomas and1 Grhllt;la. Umpire-l.evy. Los Angeles 6; San Francisco 9. San Francisco, July 23.-Score: R I IH I.os Angeles. a o o o 3 10 o o-6 a irisco........ a1 0 a o a a x-9 23 3 Ilatteries-DIrinkwater, Gray and Spies; Lind. 'c(y and Leahy. Seattle 6; Oakland 3. Seattle, July a3.-Score: R 11 I. Scattle........ o o 3 3 0 0 0o x-6 9 s (Oakland...... o1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0-3 7 3 Ilatteries-l)rohan and Boetteger; Moskiman and Lohman. Umpire-McDonald. SPECIAL TRAIN TO DILLON AND BIG HOLE. Sunday, July 36th, the Short Line will oper. ate a special eight-coach train, leaving Butts at 7:3o a. m., and running to Dillon, stopping along the Big Hole river to drop off and pick up fishermen. Returning, leave Dillon at 6 p. m. Round trip tickets for this train: Divide, Ib; Melrose, $t; Glen, $.as5; Dillon, $s.ao. !1. Wilsoa, General Agents EstSmllske I183. WILSON WHISKEY. That's Alli SWILSON DISTILLING CM altUamoret Md. CHILDREN GO OUT TO THE COUNTRY Members of the Meader ville Sunday School Hold a Picnic. DAY IS FULL OF JOY Youngsters Are Taken Out to Lyndale and Brought in Coaches. A ptal of childish laughter broke the p'rof,,unl and impressive silence of Lyn dale this morning. As the burst of youthful glee floated melodio.tsly across the plain the little prairie dog ducked hastily into his hole and poked an enquiring nose from his vestihule to see what was doing. The bullfrog sat up on his bed of moss and "chonked" in sympathy. Loaded With Children. With a crea;king of harness and rattle of hoofs the first large tally-ho swung into sight loaded down with its happy freight of children. In quick succession six other similar vehicles followed. Beating an accompa nilment to the music of young voices, the horses pricked up their ears in recognition of the end of their journey. The roblin, perched high in a tree at the roadside, bctstowed a puzzled look at the intruders as if to say, "Who are all there ?" It was the Meaderville Sunday school of the iMcthodist Episcopal church on an outing. 'To the casual observer it would appear that ItButte must e destitute of children when the crowd at lyndale passed the city limnits-lig ones, little ones and me dium sized ones all bent on making the most of the occasion. Plenty to Eat. ,As the tally-hoes pulled up at their des tination there was a scampering to dis mount and an unloading of hampers which evidenced a proper amount of enthusiasm on the part of the excursionists. The hors:s being taken away the passen gers scttled down to a long day in the country. The picnickers left the Meaderville church at 9 o'clock this morning. ORIGINAL WATERMAN IS DEAD Cousin of the Late Archbishop Corrigan Expires in Chicago. ItY ARsOCIATFD PRESS. Chicago, July 33.-James Corrigan, the original "\\'Waterman," of Chicago, and a cousin of the late Archbishop Corrigan of New York, is dead, aged 84 years. Mr. Corrigan was a native of County Meath. Ireland. He came to the United States in 1843. With a keen head for business he soon found employment in furnishing an ague stricken community in Chicago with pure drinking water. iHe filled a barrel several times a day with water from the lake, which he sold at three cents a pail. ,Mr. Corrigan's last work was in the waterworks plant of the city. KILLED IN A FIERCE TORNADO Several Persons Lose Their Lives in New Jersey Storm. BY ASSOCItATF.D PRESS. Paterson, N. J., July 23.-In a tornado here yesterday two persons were killed and at least three score more or less seriously injured. A number of houses were blown down and a score of buildings unroofed. By the collapse of a house that was be ing repaired Joseph Vandam was killed and four other workmen were badly hurt. Thomas Hancock, 80o years old, was struck by a piece of shafting blown from a wrecked laundry building and his head was completely severed from his body. NORTHERN PACIFIC SUMMER EX CURSION RATES. On May s. the Northern Psacife pla. op ale its weeksnd" excursion rates, as forl i esto n4 return . . s. ltehll and return ........ . Lime Spur and return.. coo On sale S turdas Ia.I undsys. od re turnin thes ollowing plondays. Twn res ana return ...... te s lder an4 return . . . .a oy jaind return .....o O le turdays. doo returning follow. Des ode s ndor tura .......s eso On Ils Sus~days for 'o. S. Good returning " onl n r ....e.. .....: . On ies le trsin No.ky Saturdasye. Good Ti ets on ssq wedsnespys spd aeturdaye. Good for twfo sy s ln Include bosrd sad lodgst ithe Nsyivall' hotel. - s.militon en4 £etur,. Sew TI et on ale daiy. U. do eight days, rnd Inc udes ewe. s boa g: ltodgings tht." KvsIr" bo: e, Gaual Agentos; . eýorq ; si sa Pa stre, The SPORTING GOODS Store Our stock is now complete and we are prepared to furnish you with Rifles, Revolvers cad Shot Gans of Bvery Make at Lowest Prices FISHING TACKLE la BadliTs Variety. Shot Gou Cartridges Of All RInds Fresh Prom the PFactory. Carl Engel ai and 13 W. Park St. AMUSEMENTS BROADWAY THEATER DICK P. SUTTON, Manager. Walter Sanford's Players Will Present on Thursday, FrIday, Saturday Matinee and Night The Powerful Play of New York Ufe The Struggle of Life Best Reserved Seats, 25 aid 50c SUNDAY NIGHT THE POWER Ofr OLD Butte Concert Hall High Class Vaudeville Art ists. Finest wines, liquorq and cigars. Change of bill each week. G. V. H. SHAVER, Mgr. 57 EB. Park Street BASEBALL BUTTE EAGLES -V .s. - ANACONDA NEW WORKS Columbia Gardens Sunday, July 26, 3 P. M. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Helena, Mont., July is, 19o3. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intcntio to make final proof in support of his clai , and that said proof will be made before John R. Eardley, U. S. Commissioner at Ana conda, Montana, on Aug. as, g9o3, via.: A.d ward D. Wolfe, who made homestea entry No. 53937, for the east onehall northwest quarter and west one-half northeast quarter section d4, township 4 north, range as west, Montana Meridian. He names the following witnesses to provg his continuous residence upon and cultivatiol of, said land, vis.: John Elman, floraea Barker, Cyrus Barker, Pat Duane, of Anas conda, Montana. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. UNITED IRISH SOCIETIES' PICNIC, DEER LODGE, SUNDAY, JULY 26. For the above picnic fare for the round trip from Butte will be $S.oo. Children over 5 and under is years, so cents. Special trains will leave Butte at 8:3o a. m., 1s:3o a. m. and e:oe p. m. Returning trains will leave Deer lodge at 6:3o p. m., 9:oo p. m. and r1:3o p. m. PaIy sengers leaving Anaconda on the B., A. & P. train at 8:3o a. m. will make connections at Durant with the 8:3o a. m. train out of BIutte, and leaving on the s:3 p. min. train make cons nections with the ss:Jo a. m,. train out of Butte. Tickets will be on sale at the Northern Pat cific ticket office, corner Main and Park streets, on Saturday, July aSth, and at the depot ticket office Sunday morning. For list of attractions see large poster. The purpose of this outing is to increase the Thomas Francis Meaghqt memorial fund. Everybody is cordially in. vited. POPULAR EXCURSION TO WONDER. LAND. Arrangements have Just been completed by the Northern Pacific to run an excursion to the Yellowstone National park, July 31, leav. Ing Butte at as:4o a. in. Fare for the round trip, $4a.6o, including sleeping car berth, rail. road transportation, a trip through the park in the Concord coaches of the Park Transports. tion company, all meals en route and accom. mtodations at the Association hotels in the park. Sleeping car reservations should be made early In order that accommodations may be provided for all. For full particulars, liep. ing car space, etc., call on or write W. I Merriman, general agent.