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ODD FELLOWS WILL
MEET AT CAPITAL ANNUAL CONVENTION OF I. 0. O. F. WILL BE OPENED IN HELENA ON OCTOBER 20. TO BUILD ORPHANS' HOME Thought Sufficient MIoney Will Be Raised to Erect Building Suitable for Needs of the Order. Crand Secretary A. J. White has just re turned from Helena, where he has heen assist. Ing with the preparations being made for the annual convention of the grand lodge, I. (0. O. F., which will be held in that city on October so. This session promiles to be the most imt portant gathering of Odd Fellows ever held in the state, for the reason that the contemplated Odd Fellows' home projcct a ill assume a defti eite shape. Many to Go From Butte., There will be a large contingent from Ilutte ewing to the low rate secured from the ral roads, which is one anl a third fare for the round trip. There will be to delegates from olutte local lodges beade. the delegates from' the Rebeklhs, which numlber five. Those represeontg local lodges are as ftol lows: Fidelity, No. 8, JIhn S. Davies; icidgc ly, No. Is, John Nelsen; Olive lranch, No. a3, James A. Iall; ('olusa, No. 38, H. \V. Davis; Enterprise, No. a, Sam I'. Johnson: Sves, No. sa, John N. 'ilson; Washington, No. 35, Dean Selfridge, Albert ()pllie; Sult Encampment, No. 4, August ('atlscn. 'x the Rebekah delegates there will he: Marlon, No. a, ,Mrs. l.iree IBurger; IlaUrttony, No. 3. ,Mrs. Susser; Silver Lt.f, No. to, aMls. owmannn; Robcerts, No. at, to be selectedl; leopatra, No. 7, Mrs. Polkinghorn. 'This yeta's sesscion will be Iopened by eetiling of the (I rpihan' home trulstres on iMoendlay, (October r1, at which time they sill prepare a report ,of the year's work, which will he submitted to the grand lodge at the formal opening on T'luesd;ay miorning for a two days' session. The Itebekahe wil hold a two days' session beginning with l'ltesdlay, the .uth. O(n 'Thursday the grand enCamlpment t will opnen for one day's sessiton. (of the matters to cote Icbfore the grand lodge for consideration it is quite probable that the question of constlructing the O)rphllans', Widows' and ('ripples' home will occullpy the greater portion of the session. At the last session of the grand lodge, held in .Missula, O)ctl,ber ao, uan, it was reported that the fund for the construction of the home ]tsd reached the tsuim of $1 ,it,414. This year I hts been it.ceased to slolteiihere itn the telahbor.ld of $0,00ooo0. T'hi money has been secured by a special per capita tax and thlroiugh contlrilbuttions ftrioml subordinate lodges, together with the magnti-ti cent work done by the ClIcLkahs through i-. tertainments and donations. It is the intention, of the gratnd lodge. 1. 0. P. F. of .Montana, to construct a h.ome where In all orphans, widows of decasecd members. and disabled andl infirm members can ib pro vided for. Of the towns and cities lwho are making an especial effort to secure tie lihome, lmentionu is made of lamilton, Missoula, Stevensvillc, Bozeman and Deer L.otlge. It Is said that Hamilton stands a good el'anee of securing the hotome, as it is the Intention of those ha.ving the project under supervision to select a site where it will te possible to grow agricultural products siati. cicnt for the needs of the institution. The location of the home will go to the town or city offering the best inducements as to dona lion of site and climatic conditions. Work of Rebekah. Mluch of the valuable work done to raise money has been performed by the Rehekahs, and that lodge has made rapid progress during the year. This branch of Odd Fellowship now comprises 42 lodges in this state, with a mem bership reported last year at 1.519, which has been greatly augmented during the year just passed. Following are the officers of the lleckah assembly in Montana: l'resident, Mrs. Annie .lelklejohn, Butte; vice president, Mrs. Louisa Cooley, Miles ('ity; warden, Mrs. Alice IButler, Hlelena; secretary, Mrs. Eva Goodman, Town send; treasurer, Mrs. Clara Swain, (;reat Falls; marshal, Mrs. Sarah Spencer, Butte; conduc tress, Mrs. Capitola Anderson, Whitehall; chaplain, Mrs. Sarah Johnson, South Ilutte; inside guardian, Mrs. Florence McLean, Ana conda; outside guardian, Mrs. Mlarialh Evans, Butte. The grand lodge of Odd Fellows at the last annual session comprised ya subordinate lodges with a total membership of 4,138. The officers of the grand lodge are as fol lows: Grand master, John Dryburg, lielena; deputy grand master, D. J. Charles, Butte; grand secretary, A. J. VWhite, Butte; grand t easurer, Jacob Loch, Ifelena; grand marshal, ave bMeiklejohn, Ilutte; grand warden, R. W. amp, Missoula; grand conductor, T. N. Ave. rill, Townsend; grand chaplain, W. 1'. Ilur. cher, Stn River; grand guardian, J. E. Mal. Icy; grand herald, G. A. McLain, Carlcton. On the Board. teside those selected by the grand lodge to serve as a permanent board of trustees for the Orphans' home the Rcbckahs elected the fol lowing, who also compose part of the board: M]rs. Mary L. Waite, helena; Mrs. Ellen Bur. ton, Itillings; Mrs. Kate White, Butte. The Odd Fellows' home will embrace every feature usually found in institutions of a sim liar character throughout the country. It will be a place where the orphans and widows of Odd Fellows can be cared for, as well as those members who have become permanently dis abled. Benefits have heretofore been paid direct to metmbers, but with thie establishment of the home these benefits can be paid to the trustees of the institution and then applied to the use p9 the inmate. This system will extend to all state homes, and in the event of a member be coming sick or disabled in another state lie or she can be admitted to the home and the lodge of which they are members will forward benefits to that institution, therby insuring the best of treatment and continuous residence, unless the party or parties desire to return to the jurisdiction of their home lodge. Some years ago Marcus Daly olfered the equivalent of $to,ooo in a site and in cash it the grand lodge would secure a like amount, At that time the lodge was not in a position to accept the offer, but now sufficient Umonley has been secured to begin work, and after the home has been erected it will be maintained by a per capita tax as well as donations by subordinate state lodges through entertain ments. At this year's session the matter will be thoroughly discussed, and in the event that the trustee receive sufficient encouragement in the way of a site, work will be commenced soon after the session adiourns, It is thought the next session of the grand lodge will come to Butte as a hard fight will be made to secure It. Butte is not a bidder for the home, as it is a foregone conclusion that one of the agricultural counties will secure it. Entertainment. The work of entertaining the grand lodge will fall to Excelsior, No, 5, and Queen City, No. 42, of Helena, and these branches have promised the delegates a good time, T'hey have secured reduced rates at the hotels, and will have ample accommodations for all who attend. The Butte contingent will go over on the s8th. There will be about So delegates from the different lodges throughout the state, besides aheir wives, daughters and friends, LAST SAD RITES OVER A PIONEER REMAINS OF THE LATE JOHN A. LEGGAT LIE AT fIES1 IN MOUNT MORIAH. MANY FLORAL OFFERINGS Significant Evergreen of the Masons Dropped on the Bier in the First Presbyterian Church. The funeral of the late John A. Leggat was held yesterday from the First Presby terian church. The body was laid at rest in 'Mount Moriah cemetery beside Mrs. l.eggat, who died at years ago. Rev. E. J. Groencveld, pastor of the church, preached the funeral sermon. Among those who came to pay the last tribute of love at the bier of the pioneer citizen of Montana, were many old timers, intimate friends of John A. I.eggat who knew him when the country was young. Simple Services. The.services were simple. Rev. Mr. r;roeneveld spoke of the life of the pioneer and said many beautiful things concerning him. The P'resbyterian choir sang sev eral hymns and Prof. Ilall played the "Dirge l)olore" on the organ. The pall bearers were J. R. Russell. George Casey, F. Augustus Hlcinze, T. T. Baker, I. \V. l.ippincott and John Forbis. At the grave the Masonic lodge, of which Mr. l.eggat was an honored men her, conducted the service. A circle of .Masons was formed about the grave and the ritual was read. As each Mason passed before the open grave a twig of evergreten--significant of their love for the departed- was dropped on the casket. Floral Tributes. The floral offeritlgs were manly and hbeautiful. Following is the list: George ('ns y, er, .'c nt of ra+as; \\'. I). 'I'Tlh rllnia, , w i ratill cthry l allrthetll nni ; \ r'. Mer('. Wthite. eron af awert tw' ., t. M.rs. A. P. Ileinze, cross of rocas anld swet peas; engiTn rs' ollTic , .A . 1 t .\L. . a... . I of pearl rselsa ; Mrs. Jo.il ay.', w, aiiah a| A atnriinalll H lean'isy ; r F. A. II inlze, wreath , of peartl -'a'., chryaainthiiimumas aind geraniinis; .1lr. and mtMrs. Janlers lForbi., cr.a,. ul pink rC-.aes; C. I). French, ainchaor ofI Almricant Iranuties; M1rs. I(uth F. Le.ggnt, asheal of wheat; W\. A. Clark. Jr., cross and anchor of American lieautis land chrysantimhtm isals; J. II. Ieted, gate ajar. The following gave swreath.: Mr. and \irF. W. W. IDixon, ir. . F. F.I nllaghalr, Misses ltaasell, Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Itaklrr. Mr. andl NMri-. J. II. Leggat, Mr. and lMrs. Thama a Noyes, W. O). .lper.r Mr. andiI Mrs. I. WV. Lip. lincott and the l achlrelrs' club. BROWN SHOT BY MISTAKE He Was Trying to Force His Way Into the House of Another Man. IYV AS"lR( IA I IkRliSS. Trenton, N. J., Oct. I-!.-Ilenry Brown, a retired hotel keeper and a llan of con siderable nmlans. was mistaken for a bur glar early yesterday and shot by Peter Kotz, into whoe house Birownt had forced an entralnce. Brown was shot twice in the head and his physicians have no hope for his re covery. Browti's act in breaking into Kntz's house is tinexplainablile, except on the ground of insanity. The supplositioli is that in his bewildered condition he thought he was getting into his own hoiuse. Kitz ur rendered and is still ulnder arrest. AERONAUT FALLS TO DEATH And a Girl Watching the Descent Is In stantly Killed. iY ASSOJ i IA EI i:' Il .SS, San Francisco, Oclet. 1l.---William BIeals, an aeronaut, was almiost instantly killedi yesterday. lie lade an aIscenision anld de scended safely in a parachute to within 40 feet of the ground when lie released his hold on the trapeze bar. lie fell on the hard pavement in Guldeni Gate Park and soon (lied. Madge lleeney, aged 14, was rlillg on an electric car at the time of the ascension. She leaned far out to get a better view of the descent and her head struck an electric niast with such force that death followed instantly. ST. ANDREWS ARE ADJOURNED Question of Winning the West Discuss:d at Closing Session. DY ASSOCIATED PRESS,. Denver, Oct. a.--The convenltioii of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew came to a close last night with a farewell service, conducted by Robert II. Gardiner of Maine. Previous to this there was a thanksgiving service. Yesterday afternoon at a public mass meeting presided over by Governor Pea body of Colorado the question of win ning the West was discussed. At St. Mark's church the aillnual sermon was delivered by Rev. Arthur S. Lloyd of New York. DENOUNCE GOV. PEABODY BY ASSOCIATED PRESS,. Colorado Springs, Colo., Oct. a2.-A mass leetiing of trades unionists of Colo rado Springs was held yesterday after noon at which resolutions were adopted denouncing Governor Peabody for sending troops to the Cripple Creek district. Presi dent Moyer and other labor leaders ad dressed the meeting. NOTICE TO ORE PRODUCERS Ore purchase circulars of the Pitts burgh and Montana Copper company are now ready for distribution among ore pro ducers and others in the districts tributary to Butte. Such circulars will be furnished to applicants by letter or in person. Address all communications to the Com pany, P. O. Box tog8, Butte, Montana. The company's office at present is No. ait Goldberg block, corner of West Park and Academy streets, Butte, Montana. $40-Kansas City and Roturn-$40. October 17th to a2st, inclusive, the Oregon Short Line will sell excursion tickets, Butte to Kansas City and return, at above rate. Tickets limited for return, November to, good on Overland Limited or via Salt Lake route. Reserve berths now, Oregon Short Line City Ticket Of fice, 0lo North Main street, Butte, 'Mont. H. O. WILSON, General Agent. One Death at Laredo. Laredo, Texas, Oct. tl.-The yellow fever situation remains unchanged, al though the official bulletin shows 18 new . '*s with one death. SSEATOR KEAN ON CHIEF EXECVUIYE NEW JERSEY MIAN SAYS IF R OSE VELT 18 AENOMINATED WILL BE ELECTED. PEOPLE WANT HIM A AIN Party of Eastern Capitalists Sees Butte and Anaconda-Men Intereted in Northern Securities. "If he is renominated he will be elect ed. The people want him and that 'sbot settles it." So declared United States Senatoa John Kean of New Jersey, who was in ,Butte Sunday, in speaking of the chances Presi dent Roosevelt had of succeeding, him self. Senator Kean spent a few hours here in company with other Eastern capitbli.ts, who were returning from a trjp to the coast. The senqy from New Jersey was not a bit backwRFd about emphasizhin, his firm belief that Mr. Roosevelt had shat the gentlemen of the green cloth designate as a "cinch." Coming from a man so promlinently identified with the large finan cial interests of the country, this opinion is of more than passing importance. In the Party. Traveling with Senator Kean were Amns T. French, president of the Manhattan Trust company of New York; Rudllph Ellis of Philadelphia, president of the Fidelity Trust company, and Hugh D. Achinloss of New York, a director in the Farmers' Loan & Trust company, which has negotiated many Northern Pacific aod other \Hestern railroad securities. The gentlemen are ill identified with the Northern Securities company, the in,,n trolling factor in the management of the Northern Pacific, (reat Northern and Burlington railroads. Some of them are also interested in Montana mining in terests. They have been making a trip thronigh the Northwest in At. the private car of President J. J. lill of the Northern Securities and Great. Northern companies. They lnlle here from Garrison by special train, reaching Butte about i :'o p. m. They were met at the depot by Archibald G;ray of the Great Northern and i,. II. Merriman of the Northern Pacific, who had been instructed by their respective companies to shpare no effort to mike their brief stay in Butte pleasant. The visitors were driven in carriages about town anl shown some of the surface workings of the principal mines. Later ill the day they left for Anaconda on a special train. In Anaconda. I M. S. Dean, general manager of the I1.. A. & I'., who returned front the East duringi the afternoon, and President Scal lot of the Anaconda companty joined the party to Anaconda. The special waq stopped near the new works and the-vis itors were shown through tile great plant. l.ater they were taken up town and 'shown the Montana hotel and other poirt W of in torest. They left abholt 8:3o e~t.bh op4cial train over the Northern Pacific for "Man dan, where their car will be attachei to the lismarck-St. Paul train. Assistant General Superintendent New imian Kline of the Northern Pacific camne, in from the West with the visitors and icullIpanlied them to St. Paul in his private car. "\We have just been looking over the Nolth west," said Senator Kean after speaking of President Roosevelt's chamres. We left St. Paul a few days ago and went west to the coast over the Great Northern, visiting Spokane, Seattle, 'tIa coma, Portland and other points, and are now returning. The West appears to he very prosperous, even if Wall street is not, just now. We are pleas.d . ith llitte and Anaconda; they far surpass our expectations." As the members of the party are promi ntently identified with the Northern Se curities company it is expected they have been gathering information about the country principally affected by the three roads in the so-called merger. While opening a box, J. C. Mouint of Three Mile Bay, N. Y., ran a ten penny nail through the fleshy part of his hand. "I thought at once of all the pain and soreness this would cause me," he says, "and immediately applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm and occasionally afterwards, To my surprise it removed all pirl anld soreness and the injured parts were soon healed." For sale by Paxson & Rocke feller, Newbro Drug Co., Christie 8 Leys and Newton Bros. SAMPLER HAS STARTED TO CRUSH LOCAL ORES Taylor d& Brunton Plant, One of the Largest and Beat Equipped, Is Now Open for Business. Another new industry was ,started tip in Butte today when the Taylor &,Brunt.no custom ore sampler began to crush ore to ascertain its ingredients. The plant is said to work very satisfactorily. The tirm only invited ore last Saturday, but by the end of the week expects to have a large amount on hand and to be running full blast. The plant has a daily capacity of so tons and is one of the largest customu samplers in the West. It was eretted at a cost of about $85,00ooo, and is consideted as complete and up to date as any' inilar establishment in the .world. The sampler is located on the B., A. & P. tracks, southwest of the city. Work on the construction of the building! and placing the machinery was commenced last spring. Some delay was experienced in putting in the machinery, otherwise the plant would have been in operatioo sev eral weeks ago. The plant is so designed that nearly all of the work is performed by machinery from the time the ore is unloaded fromt the cars until the sampled product is: fur nished to the customer. , Taylor & Brunton own samplers.:In a number of Colorado and Utah todvs 4id this is their first plant in Montana, G,. E. Copeland is in charge of the Butte sampler. The Northern Pselhe ratnwa new offers a reward of two thoussd five hundred. 4oAlsrs (saooes) in place of one thousand dollars (,0,eo.eo) for Ifprmslotioa ledig p to re arrest and onavictio of p srlf m I.dli the work of dymamlitinl abreQat oa, E]. l MIER KILLED IN THE WEST COLUSA PREMATURE EXPLOSION OF DYNA MITE BLAST TEARS ANTONE ZUCCO TO PIECES. JOSEPH ROMANO INJURED Latter Saw Fuse Sputter and Called to Companion, but Too Late to Save His Life. Antone Zucco was instantly killed and Joseph Romano seriously injured in a blast last evening at the West Colusa mine. Romano was taken to Murray & Freund's hospital and grave fears are felt that he will die. Both men are Italians. The men were engaged in lighting the blast when the accident happened. There were 14 holes loaded, and as Zucco was about to light the last fuse the first charge of dynamite exploded prematurely. Saw It Sputter. Romano saw that the fuse in the :rst hole was burning faster than it was cal culated, and started to run. He shouted a warning to Zucco, but it was too late. Zucco was riddled with flying rocks and thrown several feet against the wall of the stope. Romano did not get more than a few paces away when the charge ex ploded. Romano was taken to the hospital as soon as possibt) where he was placed on the operating table. He was badly muti lated. His wounds are serious, though not necessarily fatal. Zucco was a single man. He was 40 years of age and had lived in Butte a long time. He has prospected from Alaska to Utah and was well known among mining men. Romano has been in this country but a few months. His family lives in Italy. Inquest Tonight. Coroner Egan will hold an inquest over the remains of Zucco this evening at 7 o'clock at Sherman & Reed's undertaking establishment. DOES IT PAY TO BUY CHEAP? A cheap remedy for coughs and colds is all right, but you want something that will relieve and cure the more severe and dan gerous results.ot throat and lung troubles. What shall you do? Go to a warmer and more regular climate? Yes, if possible; if not possible for you, then in either case take the ONLY remedy :'.at has been in troduced in all civilized countries with suc cess in severe throat and lung troubles, "Boschee's German Syrup." It not only heals and stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ disease, but allays inflammation, causes easy expectoration, gives a good night's reat and cures the patient. Try ONE bottle. Recommen.led many years by all druggists in the world. You can get ihis reliable remedy at Newbro Drug Co, and J. T. Finlen Drug Co. Price a5e and S7c. LAST EXCURSION TO CALIFORNIA. From October is to it, inclpsiv.f" teli Northern Pacific will sell special exet. .lo tickets to California on account of Anferican Bankers' Association meeting in San Fran cisco. The rate from all points in Montana to San Francisco and return will be $so.oo, and to Los Angeles and return, $6f.oo; final return limit Novemher 30o. It you are going to Cali. fornia do not fail to call upon us. W. HI. Mer riman, general agent. EXCURSION TO CALIFORNIA. October ma to 18, Inclusive, the Oregon Short Line will sell excursion tickets, Butte to San Francisco and return, $so.oo; Los Angeles, $to.oo. Stop.over privileges both directions; final limit of ticket, November .0o. Remember this is Soo miles the shortest and 24 hours the quickest route to California,. Reserve berths now. Short Line city ticket office, sos North Main street, Butte, Montana. H. O. Wilson, Butte. Mont Capital......... $r1 ,o..e.s Under sate supervision. Plve pe aft Interest, pryable quarterly, paid M depooits. Money to Loan on Real Estate Ss AUG HEINE..........Predest aL . . L ILtNTs............CCuher DALY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY OF BUTTE Established :8is. Incorporated ages. Capi .:.. .$100.000.0D General Benkilng Business JOHN D. RYAN. .... ... Preedet OHN R. TOOLf, ....Vices-Presldent ., SWINBORN .......... Cashiert A, KUNK+L ....Assistant Cashier W. A. Clerk. 1. Roa Clark. W, A. CLARK & BRO. BANKERS Tranesets Oeairal Banking Business. Bur gold dust, sold bare, silver bul Uoa sad lodal seourities Bo3s for rent In safe deposit vault. Sell eracngs available ln all of th prineipal sites of the Valtsd State sad Swoe. Special attetios give to eotlue ' ALEX I. JOHNSTON. ISable The first National Bank Of Butte (Establashed t8i9.7 Capital - * $200,000.00 OENBRAL BANKING Drafts drawn on all principal cit'se I the world and letters of credit issed ANDREW 1. DAVIS.......Pres14ent JAMES A. TALBOTT.....Vice. Pres. 5. B. WEIRICK .............Calshier I. S. DUT-ON.....Assistant Cashier STATF SAVINGS BANK Joba A. Crelghton ...... President G. W. Stapleton........Vice*President T. M., Hodaens•................Cubier 3. 0. H odges.......Assistanat Casbir 3. b. Nuckols..A.....Assistant Cubie. Under state supervision and Jurlodle. lion. Interest paid on deposits,e Sells exchange available In alt the principal cities of the United Sates and Europe. Collections promptly at. tended to. Transact a general banking business. Directors! J. A. Crelghton, Omab_ ; 0. W. Stapleton. A, H. Barrel. & D. Levitt. S. V. Kemper, T. M. Hodgens J. O. Hodsens. Corner Main sad Park Streets, Butte, C. . Leonard, Pres. T. R. Hinds, V. Pre. Parette Harrington, Cashier. Silver Bow National Bank CAPITAL, 8100.000.03 This bank solicits accounts, offers prompt end careful attention to bulness of customers. ColleoUons promptly attendei to and remitted for on day of collections. Sell foreign and domesdto exchange, trans. acts a general banking business, pay I. n terest on the deposits. Directors-Charles . Leonard, F. Ak Heinse S, Marohesseau, .. Bdlmforth b . A. Louis, C. W. Newton, T. R. Hinds, Jobs MaeGinniss. Fayette Harrington. NORTH COAST LIMITED Observation Cars Electric Lighted Steam Heated BUTTE SCHEDULE WESTBOUND. Trains. ARRIVE. i DEPARIT. 0. t-4urth . Coast Limited.......I :o p.m. 7:4o p.m. No. s-B u r lIngtonj I Express....... s:o p.m. s:zo p.m. No. j--Twin Ci t y Express....... i :30 a.m. EASTBOUND. Trains. .ARRIVE . DEPART. Sleeper for this train open at 9:30o for re. captionof pas. sengers....... No. 6-B u r I ington Express....... s:jo p.m. rs:40 p.m. No. s4-Twin C i t y Express....... .... IM p.m. No. I -North Coast Limited, from St. Paul and Eastern points, to the Pacific coast. No, 2-North Coast Limited, from the Pa. cifc coast to St. Paul, Duluth sand principal Eastern points. No. 5-Burlington Express, from Kansas City and all B. & M. R. R. points and all N. P. points west of Billings to Seattle and Taooms. No. 6-Burlington Express, from Tacoma and Seattle to Billings and all B. & M. It. I. points. No. 13-Local connection from Twin City Express from St. Paul and all Eastern points. No. 14-Local connection with Twin City Express for St. Paut and all points East. Passengers for Twin Bridges, Sherlidan Ailder, Pony and Norris branches leave Butte on No. 14, and arrive in Butte from these points on No. :3. Trains on these branches do not run on Sundays. W. H. Merriman, gen. eral agent, corner Main and Park streets. fREf[RRED BY UNCLE SAM In going East, your letters travel by a most direct route. From St. Paul to Chicago via the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Why not travel the same way yourself? No extra charge for riding on the Pioneer Limited. P. H. SCANLAN, C. A. Helena, Mont. W. B. DIXON, N. W. P. A., St. Paul. Six Million Dollars Spent br the U.P. R.R. Co. iImprovin what was originally the ant track in the WestL RBRULT A eomparstively straight and level roadbed, ballasted with dustless Sbe., san gransite, rendering possible the highet rate of sped, together with the retest degree rof esafety. The mans. hau' of the work must be seen to be approelated. WHAT DOES IT MEAN! Solid eomfort, sesurity and pleasure is our patrons. 'ARE YOU GOING EASTS eItes UL it ROYAL I iGHWAtY tue iforatlllonoa lieo M. 0. WILO , . I 5. Be. Mnake ý, STANDANb 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 Limited." These cars are extra large and easy riding, the interior furnishings are of a simple elegance which appeals to all. Al! berths are supplied with electric lamps for reading. The dressing rooms are large and commo dious. For further In. formation apply itJ. P. mer, neral Passen The Best Friend The Northwest Ever Had "The Road That Made the Northwest Pamous." LEAVE BUTTE. From St. St asIt cd WeI dal .... ..... eo . a From St. Zaul, East ant Pullman, Dining and . Library Car Route to SALT LAKE DENVER KANSAS CITY OMAHA CHICAGO ST. LOUIS And All Basteren Polnts Short Line To Colorado, Arizona and Mexict San Francisco, Los Angeles (Oeao or Ral) PORTLAND And All Paclfle oeass Potals ARRIVE, DEPART. No. p.. e4:4op.iadN *....445pas.a No. 1....a 141 a. m. Ne. :o,....aeos i. * Ticket Office 105 N. Main Street Butte, Montana. H. 0. WILSON. GENERAL AGT. Denver & Rio Grando and the Rio Grande Western Travel During Fall and Winter Seasons The Journey to the East via Salt Le n long the shores of the Greel Stro beautiful leawood olrado bprins and Denver e one uninterrupted delibt winter as wn seasons ad but a new gr dour a nd' bhar to the travel Iees and fusOe s eleaeng of variety beauty e unsur assable wonders anon he Rio Grande Wý ern and Deaver & Rio Grande lines. Through sleeping and diniparservice. iers ýjeeadi d lwel. W excuresaio.s. F orisattiim t uaBRALV, Senrs Aigat. Tickelt Ooel-- E. Broadway, Buth Atchison,Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. Co. SANTA PB ROUTB . Trains Daily onem Ter" to Kance City cndti"ý,, ero_.E.I A 4th Uireot lice to d, toIn, rAso, . o! Mulao and the mining w jow Moxaio 41WAd. tons. For particulars about REDUCBD RATBES' BAST this summer ipply to C. F WARREN.