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FITCH AND HARRIS
MET AT CAPITAL
EACH WAS ANXIOUS TO DO SOME
THING FOR HIS OLD FRIEND
AND SAID AS MUCH.
BUT EACH WAS WELL FIXED
For if Fitch Was Congressman From
Nevada, General Harris Was Sen
ator From Old Louisiana.
IThIomais.t ltitt'lt. wl'o at at Intoi'tl a't the
ilver nTtigued I trator all over ithe Pa
cific .lope during the pal:' dtays of Ne
vada anti 'alifornia, has tI,'ent writitlg his
reminiscences of that glriouts eloert for
the Ihoolulu Slliay Advertiser. In the
course of his talk laout the ,lI dl:ys he
has the following 'to tay of the well
known Montanan. (;eneral lohii .. liar
ris. who was the receiver in the Snohitomiish
atl Tralmway llinitng ca.es recentllly i I
jtulicated ill favor of the lutle & Iltston
Mining company by the faniled States
ciourt of appeatls:
"In InG1 I was ttcleted represeniative in
congress from the state of Nevadia iand1 ill
a quiet way felt miy itmp1ortance. An ' xlra
sesiion of congress wasa eled for ,Martch
4, t86r, and I went to Washtington ear ly
in ebrt;urary, Wallking dowln I'etonn(ylvauia
aveltn e one. bright nmornling I iet lily ldi
friend, John S. ilarris. \Ve had h on
close frietnds and comrades in .1il.t t ike,
before the war. lie was theln Ihead l 1hk
in a clMthittg store and I wa' btokkerlpr
in a grain and comnission house. \\'r had
lost sight of e:arh other for eiglht yean s or
more. After a wara greeting alnd di-us
sion of ohi timol s, I, s itnii i llg that Il1r
cis, who in Milw;iakee was always dah
bling in minor politius, was seeitkiig a got
ertnmetnt oftice'. said to himn: 'Not, .oIe,
is there anythitng I can dio for yo it inre;
an.y plcte I can help you gel? ' )No, I
thinlk nit,' he replied; 'litll I thianik uit
for the offer; manylt I can Ihelp you,
WhIIat. may I :,k. is the oblject if your
visit nto W ashington ? '(hl,: I r .plihd.
swelling just a little ti, h cfnloa ions,1 pride,
tI an a imntber of icongress ftrii Ne
vada. Anti you.' said I. 'is our stiay here
likely to tie iprotingile r' 'f:o s.irew ..ears
it will le,' was his nswer. 'I ant It 'ni ,l
States seniutr fron L.tuisiali.' .
A chili of Mrs,. lhi. T. liSeis,. whlt
gutting his istal Saturday night bath,
stepped lbak lagainllst a ht tlve' wthlni,
burnel him 'evrrrly. T'l'h child vas in
great agony andt his mnttltsr e'ilt do
nothing to pacify hiin. if 'itn rnlrinu g
that she had :, tottle of ('hamnbrl:ain'.
Pain Balm in the ho llse, she thmugtt she
would try it. In less than halif Ini h.oir
after applying it the chit wal, ss ,;' iet
asleep, anli int less than two 'weeks was
Nell. Mrs. ltenson is a w. II lknown t i
dent of Kellar. V a. Pain ill:t i. an anti
septic hiniment and especially valuable for
burns. cuts, bruises and sprains. For saile
by Paxson & Rockefeller, Newlro I),u;
Co.. Chrhitie & Leys. Newton Bros.
MAY BE A BiG THtIG
lit aSso tAt tl'st ctouit
Satn Francisco. Nov. 13.- 1 ;I orge 11.
Carthew. suplpoied tramp, now t rvniltg a
30o-day sentetice in the counity jail for
vagrancy, sufflticiently reselmbles the de
scription of a mani wantedi for moulcting a
New York hank out of $to,,,,ou to matke
his returnt, to hat city' to anitswer to a
charge almotist a certainty.
Carthew was visited in the jail by men
who have iphotographs of the forger, andl
they say the prisoner is the mian as nearly
as any aife catl tell from the descriptions.
Carthiew waits arrested several weeks ago
tpon susanpicion that he was the de fatnter.
JOHN T. MILLER ACQUITTED
John T. Miller was acquitted yesterday
afternoon in Justice T'aylor's court ill
South Butte of the charge of attemptllng
to shoot up the town.
A few Iights ago a crowd of rougihs
gathered at Miller's saloon and attempted
to take possession. They demolished wtin
dows and damaged the place generally.
Miller took his gun and fired several times.
in the air, but one shut eatt near gelting
Dan Suokoviclh.
After hearing the evidence the justice
decided that Miller had a right to protect
his property and he was lisch.rycd. 'The
c..arge of assault in the first degree was
also dismissed on mlltion of l) ' ltly Coun
ty Attorney Co(lelian.
Investigating Frauds.
BY As sOU IAI tE PIt SS.
Honolulu, Nov, 13.--(;eorgv I). G.ear of
the circuit court, at the requtest of thle
home rule party, has instructlet the terri.
torial grand jury to hold an iiv.c.tiga
tion into the reports of the eleetioni frauds,
wNticlh, it is said, took the form of re
peatilng, voting ill the t:amite of lead or
absentee persons, and perjury. Fifty wit
nesses will be called, among themn being
the election officers and the leaders of the
present parties.
AN ENDORSEMENT.
3ttte, Mont., October 24, 1903.
Vnter Mountain Publishilig Co., City:
Gentlemen-We have carefully exam
Ined Cram's Popular Family Atlas and
find it reliable aid up to date in every
particular. Very respectfully, Rice & Ful
ton. Butte n3aittess college.
A healthy Stimulant.
An Invijorat1pg Food.
A delightful 'Beverage.
53..t t& fr*.tkseb
REPORTS ON WAGES
THROUGH .AMERICA
/*
SEEM TO BE HIGHEST IN THE WEST
WITH THE SOUTH AT THE
BOTTOM OF THE LIST.
IN 34 GREAT NATIVE TRADES
Statistics to Show What the Middle and
Lower Classes Are Getting for
Their Daily Labors.
Iil' AS\P, II .I 1 1, 1 F! ,
re:lltiu )1n t til l Ih. I'iiitu.ll I ll , IIrt ii
h'; ot c1.ri 'llllllrf l' 1 i ma.I I lac'it ill y oil 'il
I l lilshinii uIs i ti I I ll iltl 1 i lt . f . till
fithe ti utu payrolls of r 7 ulo i-t: !ish tin ts
n1hil h.11.11 hi i, il i lihll · ; iu I.t l. n , il
pliiy. h, I.to i llff lrv u t u it u tiil Illh inl
d itriI i h eti ll n ul ll l ill; 11111
lll fit t i ll II-taitit 11 fai ttirnu - i ti i ttul,
Slilhltly ittt-r' ; iilui.
-iltt iJh it 1 hto :int Iin rifiut 15l. I o pih lis
i itat i-, 1Ut sh. u el i l l uahit tl-i t ut . in lh
sitll)i. II t W-a' m;, l ll ili i rhPi- il.' iwi, gil.1
itio , mr it and o n.i li tu l thi iti ll , t ,li
fi .t;1t-( , of rl.ll ;l 1' til.'llllll') · rl lcc rr hdrit
.li tliy i rikrlt i.(. I
\. gciyI n iitlr, u niirl. Ic itui ill d ihi111
in cllrt il' il Idtll , \li, l·h,: ;ll i II o ii ll t
ile r and planing ill, in , III ,trl li
Pacific : llt, ll i l t in .llil::ut :m i gon
factorili l ln t l irli i ;ili hl I l- ttral
'tl ite '. I . fli t i llrin w :n ili elll" i attll '
citic si atc4 ; i hll t h1, S llih l'l .1.
Illlsr a ce , rnl lill m ilt,, the' < .s l h' ht" ii"rt
I tilt im' i ' lic 'Lihr , the usaill- 1l- half
pI lio,. i4 (l'mlin 511 t1 $_-J. ;ii ll III Ih(
Celltrail ,tall , :it ll ho if pcri-Is ft.he rihte
ari ;: ill ,'i I sai,: i: . : Il ioln h , hIihl ranlg.
inil frill $-1 hit ? ' ill i0 all l1 $..I to
$.1i i l hi ll-.
\ v%% I, l;uit,I ,liuld I',thil. . .talh ,, in
ct'a "1- l n1 tit,' \, 1 L.lh' .11111 -h ,,e.l little
ch : ni , i1 h , I I c lti staii.t .
\\ ,.1;' )1 Illhr, . t1'1'1 iin hea'at, i4l ilncr .;ia ,c
d iat ilil, l e , * Ih.,,,h, an l in mall, 1 .,t 1hlimh
Iii t Il ill l li.n l illn ' %.I,1 il ittlh 1 ;ilnil ritles
1,'i 1;,,l1r who,l ;i h lt Gl t ,l l.,r ill' th '.;1,l
tlhall thw' wickL.l. . ni
WILl MAYOR LEAVE?
MULLINS IS LEGISLATOR, BUT IT IS
POSSIBLE HE WILL NOT AT
TEND EXTRA SESSION.
\fLty r .liullil) has not de hehiI bthellu r
hl. gill go t,,o hel,41 .a ;1lh1 1 I til.e slecial.
-s-ion of the l'ci.slatture or remain at
representa;itive fi Sliver it1Ri countiity and
lie served last winter.
Tlhe Ieki~lture ill ueet IDecul'lher I
and if Mayor Mitllits stay6 at hswn, hit
will ht mi-.ed ly the Ihinzei croild. If
lue goes t,) Ilehtia the counuil may take
tcty's alpl itivv officithers. W\'ltit Ihe re.
turned theret w-atll ,h I notlthi, ., l t oI r Ilie
.ate r ii iii l in the a..iy of nominaiitin, for
offllice.
It i; miure tha. likely that the "solid
cli viii" wouVltll grll the mayor a Ilave
of l.senetl. if I1 ho"e it, ask for onie.
Ilowcver aldly IKhitie 1ma1 Ill) Mayor
llulliiis inl the legic~l:tur, his honor will
not ldecid for a fit, dl:ays whethellr he will
leavr the city's ulltir, inl the hands of the
couniir l Or I.i.
SPENT ON POOR IN MONTH
('unlllty .1lAdito r :I ;ll.l.rilllclenl. t of
thil. j'o r 'i"IoslltIai I I )l's ort th t the coun'tity
of Silver hB tw i '.pcrltdt $,.,5I.17 ini slup
ptrting its polr iii ()ctuober. ;rl.t'ie.s,
wlhich t ere futrnished t 1ut poior families,
cost $1,] 18.5, ; fwl,. ftlrnishltdI I I()
families, $184; tri m )llportatitn, $300.o ;
rent, $6 0.4o5 ; .i.s.cllanc. us, $-71n,.,). and
Mrs. Godfrey, for caring four the poor at
the poorhoituseI. $~ 16(.7', The county.
pIhysician's salary ias $.51).
The. rnttty suplorts oL In poor at the
Ipoorhouse iII vtllter as aigainsti 50i in stuit
meur. lThe comt issioners fturnished tratns
portation to persons di'uring tlte mo1lth.
SHERIFF QUINN IN THE ELKS
Sheriluii John J. Quinn of Silver Bow
county itas initiated into Silver Bow lodge
No. 24i, It. '. U. E., last night, with ap
propriate cereilonins. "rThe sheril was oneti
of four candidates who were m:de Elks
by the local lodge. Two of the other gen
tlemen were froit the Elk lodge at Tel
luride, Colo., and the iourth iiman was a
drluinuer.
The inlitiation of the sheriff into the
mysteries of the order coilposed of the
"best people on earth," was an interesting
event, and the attendance at the Elks meet
inlg waS large.
TURKS MASSACRE
ARMENIAN BANDS
UNARMED MEN ON AN ERRAND OF
MERCY GIVEN TO THE SWORD BY
PORTE'S BLOODY TROOPS.
GOING TO RELIEVE BROTHERS1
Armenians in Turkey Needed Food and
Armenians From Russia Were Try
ing to Carry Them Supplies.
ItY ,t AI',. IA t I , 'HIta.Ss.
Pitt 'htrt, N v, 1.1 .\rra C(itutjinn, iow
;, rr-id, of of I'ittsru';, the young brother
of Rev. . I1. I hutjiant, who was tnur
dered ill ih( street . f ii )dlrs a, IlRussia, ill
,. ntsllaOnist revolation y brto Mercy. f
'liI, lirtlenia patriotI., yf r terdal y rec ed, w
advic..s of nothrei tnn.ltre by urottkieh
olditIrs of huands of Arli tii ias in Asia
M inor.
IThe h tcheries olti tIurrud accord ing tore
Mr. (lhtji;n. atou t to dphays aglo ill the
ih" flot of IiMount Arrt. i diiQcustsinllg
the asstssint atin t, .\l r. ('hutjilln s iid
On a Mission of Mercy.
"TIhe flirst halal f Arimenians, which
was hiiut one houlr in al~tus ce rif the set
rwid ;iim, ia;t attl ' l titngti t reach Asifur
Miiior fr(I the I Rusia t l ii iitt i nl irty order
tIr AtltorI . lie rtelief ta i the i.ttlthering Ar
Iltri :el l; t thl e hli hie. Ii that territory. It was
lleltl.' tip of so. I" s tIlllrnl'bers ;alltl really
4.:yl, ii th. .;ap ;ity of a (rotlting party
Iot the mch lr.i r i;i d till ollowingl . litr
tr ittli fro t Russianii t ho T rkish dlomain I.
eh fr Loti oted by .Corps block houses.
hIlt tile advnce body of the It clilef badtl
sme, sling Slid the informantion was fur
ii-hid by ntl of the ir)p sitin l ,arty of
nor I-ciuty. In aliy evell., whenl the hand
vrived at the hhck huse., all were killed
halted s. t' disl.t'ce frIi m the f'rontier
fearing that their frientls Ihta: falltn ituit
the I nlds of the 'I urkislh sohlirs. The
I: le.r w tv l i i t Mel the o expedit
ti l and kill.ed mt y ,ri Ihe( n t.
Looted Corpse3.
"Much monlty and tverythinll intended
for \'nntolla rlite' was c ntfi.:"atcd by
' urklh l Iblir.s."
Mr. lhultjiau r,'elrmutnd yesterday that
ith .\rncwnian relief tartics i'rm Russian
p1roti. ,',., simply dr, il d to aid sutl.'ril
.\rn a ' l ,ia ill the Moutltl .\rulr:,l district,
11!11;,:'" to lih 1 h, tl'I Ir;p failures last sea
"i11. \\itlhit r in th;i ,ertion is t ow at itt i
hleer: ,ht and the bitter p. hi 15 working great
ll t i tlati ltt u ile on; the 'lI urki-h .\rtmlt'1ºian'
w ho are rei t e, l t 1hi walllter to he almonst
Il' fI' rkish sublier, ' It tit., r,,nti.r re
f it allh. :111 lly ati I I) i'.t. h the ironie'r,
-.1i,1 .1r. i 'h alll im
1O BEtEFIT NEGROES
CONVENTION JUST CLOSED IN THE
NATIONAL CAPITAL SEEKS TO
EFFECT LEGISLATION.
lA s l I.l\ I t s \ h I i I I I' d ,ti . S h ir
alihininglant. I). l, NovI. I I. The N I
tionla Sociological conwvntion to considert
tilt" race pI lt',e , which ha, bht'n in ses
,iTn here hinc, la-I .Molnday, and which
has li n attl l iedl h,' ",lettd.s of the prob
lli r ns I I i ll ertt IpoI. of the count try
closed t-.llrd:ly wit the ai' do tio. of a
.ri.s of.' r-,,11111 Ion,~11
lht ,,"~ the ttot i'np rt utt acts of tfl ,
mn etinh was thns t crt-,;iont of ;I spd 'il
Iixed '(col itt ee o -i I llillltlmbers, three
f'lo i n lllll ra', to c lrry the1 plans andt
< .ncl1- iIIn lIIs , i lI t lytI liny thCe Il 1 tter
be'olt' cungrc|' , to g titlr m atl ri;tl and
[he, Ili;ul Il l'li lil. rs t ttt 121*e lly
to aid ill-e perm lninol ol a solution, of
thet- race problcem .
The white meIihvrs selecteld are tihe
\'or ,ev. Rlichmond Dean i abbitt of
i'rooklyn, I v. I)Ir. aMl l io oill olllny, aii
11org 1t . y oirlt 'lin ,of alit shi il gton. T1 e
rolor,1 l itli hes, of tlhe com'll i itie art1
I t, Lar on, prl oit ,t i ll t ti e lilt S ciolgical
societly, I'r I. Kelly \ l'ceir :ntd Danieli
MlurrT , l \\ ahinginn,,
'I he risulthtioni :bl-ltd de.Tlre it is th"
duty of the ttetm1n1it af t ae a w.r ade.
quate amt equal p'ot.ltlion to each slnd
every itien in the h full t ijoyme t nie
every Ight till NntllII by the cll nsy titutions
aild y the laws of the tlad, and that the
perpetuity of thle re1p blill is delpeinde
upon idelity two thlls llricilky that under
our form of govIriment th ere can be no
recognition of a msteri class and a sub
ject class, nor .ll the governlte t
countenance lthe ideta of a master race and
It sublject rae, but lmust regad and treat
all acs equals i the eyes of the lawll
450 MAY NOT BUY LIQUOR
They Keep a Tab on Those Who Are
Worthy of It in Nashua.
iiv 1\ '.1.1 :ll i' l ss.
Nashua. N. I1,, Nov. 1i1.--t hief of Po
lice Hlhah'y of Manchester will today post
in the saloons another list of 450 citizens
who are not to lie sold liquor, Thri is
tdone undelr the new state law.
A week ago the chief posted 15o names.
ioe decl re heal will lpost the name of
JURY SAYS IT WAS SUICIDE
London, Nov. 13.-The verdict of the
coroner's jury in the case of Miss Sophia
Frances Hickman, the womanI doctor
whose body was found in an unfrcquentq4
part of Richmond park, after she had dis
appeared two months previous from the
Royal hospital, with which she had been
connected, was "suicide by morphia whilo
temporarily insane,"
A DELIGHTFUL. SUMMER TRIP.
If you aire going East this summer why not
see Salt Lake City and Denver and the elegsni
scenery through Colorado along the lines-ol
the RIo Grande system? You can't beat it Tor
¢ .lent service and good accommodations,
Oly oes change of cars between Butt an!d
Chlicago and St. Louis. Write for rates sad a
copy of "With Nature In Colorado." (. W,
Fitzgerald, general agent, Butte, Montana,
JUST "TO MENTION IN PASSING"
Cram'e Atlas of the World, 1903 edltlon, with
handsome up-to-date map of Montana, is given
free to Inter Mountain subscribers who pay
$*.o for one year in advance. The special
goo-vote coupon is also included.
DOGS AND CATS IN
SAFETY OF WOODS
BUT THE FELLOWS IN CHARGE OF
THE ASPHYXIATING TANK ARE
ALL BADLY SMASHED UP.
GAS TANK GOES INTO SPACE
150 Dogs and Cats Who Were to Have
Been Executed Escape, While Five
People Are Badly Hurt,
HY ASSO'IATE.D PRESR.
New York, Nov. 3j. Five plersrlns have been
ijinjured, onue so seri'iily thaiit hlie may die, as
thle rcslt of a gasi explosion in an iron tank
in Ilrrkn usedl for naphyxiating dogs and
r.ntt in the rdog poind. The exlosion wrecked
Ihe interinr of Ithe building anl broke every
I;pane of glass in it. About Iso dogs and ciit
JUST "TO MENTION IN PASSING"
Cram's Atlas of the World, qons edition, with
Ihandsome up.to-date map of Montana, is given
free to Inter Moulntain subscribers who pay
$;.So for one year in advance. The special soo.
vote coupon It also included.
In England the law prohibits the
manufacturer from advertising
cotton mixtures as linens. If
our laws were similar
would be the only make ad
vertised. There's not a thread
of cotton in it.
FOR SALE BY
Lewis Dry (;io.ds Co., l'Park land
A.,:.tt lmy; i!-i,.l (clothinlg ('o., ('r. Main
iand I;r.::ite. \.'.rite to "Knieipp" l'ub
licity IDept., 65 liotlird St.. New YorL.
ord siamlci aind iniruCtive booklet.
DALY
BANK & TRUST
COMPANY
OF BUTTE
Established 1882 Incorporated 1901
Capital $100,000.00
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
JOHN D. RYAN - -- -- President
JOHN R. TOOLE - - Vice President
C. C. SWINBORNE - - - - Cashier
R. A. KUNKEL - - - Aest. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS
BANK
JOHN A. CREIGHTON - - President
G. W. STAPLETON - Vice President
T. M. HODGENS - - - - - Cashier
J. O. HODGENS - Assistant Cashier
R. B. NUCKOLS - Assistant Cashier
Under state supervision and juris
diction. Interest paid on deposits.
Sells exchange available in all the
principal cities of the United States
and Europe. Collections promptly
attended to. Transact a general
banking business.
Directors-J. A. Creighton, Oma
ha; C. W. Stapleton, A. H. Barret,
E. D. Levitt, S. V. Kemper, T. M.
Hodgens, J. O. Hodgens.
Corner Main and Park Streets, Butte.
C. R. Leonard, P're.,; T. R. Hinds, Vice
'res.; Fayette HIIarrington, Cashier.
SILVER BOW NATIONAL
BANK
Capital $100,000
This bank solicits accounts,
offers prompt and careful attention
to business of customers. Collec
tions promptly attended to and re
mitted for on day of collections. Sell
foreign and domestic exchange,
transacts a general banking busi
ness, pay interest on the deposits.
Directors-Charles R. Leonard, F.
Aug. Heinze, S. Marchesseau, A.
Balmforth, R. A. Louis, C. W. New
ton, T. R. Hinds, John MacGinniss,
Fayette Harrington.
Butte. Mont.
Gapltal......... a1ieoeN
Unde satea supervisfen. Pleo par
Crnt fnterest, pryable quartserl, paid
Money to Loan oan
Real Estate
SAUa HBIN.3....... Pre.sid
1.. C IrFNta............ CaGsi
FIRST NATIONAL
BANK OF BUTTE
(Established -1879.)
CAPITAL - - - S200,000.00
GENERAL BANKING
Drafts drawn on all principal cities of
the world and letters of credit issued.
ANDREW J. DAVIS - - President
JAMES A. TALBOTT -Vice President
E. B. WEIRICK - - - - - -Cashier
J. S. DUTTON - - Assistant Cashier
W. A. Clark J. Ross Clark
W.A.CLARK & BRO.
BANKERS
Transacts General Banking Business.
Buy Gold Dust, Gold Bars, Silver
Bullion and Local Securities.
Boxes for rent in safe deposit
vault
Soil exchange available in all of
the principal cities of the United
States and Europe.
Special attention given to colleo
tions.
ALEX J. JOHNSTON, Cashier.
Six Million Dollars Spent by the
U. P. R. R. CO.
in improving what was originally the
finest track in the West.
RESULT
A comparatively straight and level
roadbed, ballasted with dustless
Sherman granite, rendering possible
the highest rate of speed, together
with the greatest degree of safety.
The magnitude of the work must be
seen to be appreciated.
WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
Solid comfort, security and pleasure
to our patronl.
ARE YOU GOING EAST?
If so you cannot afford to go via any
other than this ROYAL HIGHWAY.
Further information on application
personally or by letter to
H. O. WILSON, O.S.L., Butte, Mont.
DENVER & RIO GRANDE &
RIO GRANDE WESTERN
Travel During Fall and Winter
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 uninterruptped de
light in winter as well as in summer.
In fact, the fall and winter seasone
add but a new grandeur and charm
to the travel scenes and infuse an
element of variety and beauty to the
unsurpassable wonders along the Rio
Grande Western & Denver and Rio
Grande lines. Through sleeping and
dining car service. Personally con
ducted weekly excursions. For rates
or information apply to
G. W. FITZGERALD, Gen. Agt.
Ticket Office 47 E. Broadway, Butte.
PULLMAN, DINING AND
LIBRARY CAR ROUTE TO
Salt Lake, Denver, Kansas City,
Omaha, Chicago, St. Louis
And All Eastern Points.
Short Line to
Colorado, Arizona and Mexico
San Francisco, Los Angeles
(Ocean or Rai.)
Portland and Pacific Coast Points
ARRIVE.
No. 9 - ---------- 6:40 p. m.
No. 7 -- ----------2:45 a. m.
DEPART.
No. 8 - ----------4:45 p. m.
No. 10 - ----------2:05 a. m.
Ticket Office 105 N. Main St.,
Butte, Mont.
H. O. WILSON, GENERAL AGENT.
THE BEST FRIEND
THE NORTHWEST
EVER HAD
"The Road That Made the
Northwest Famous."
LEAVE BUTTE.
For St. Paul, East and
West, daily - - - - -. 8:00 a. m.
For St. Paul, East and
West, daily - - - - - - 8:00 p. m.
ARRIVE BUTTE.
From St. Paul, East and
West, daily - - - - -11:45 a. m.
From St. Paul, East and
West, daily - - - - - -11:45 p. m,
FULL INFORMATION FROM
City Ticket Office, No. 41 N. Main
street, Butte. W.R. MEECH,
C. P. and T. A.
4 i
.. NDTANSDA
The latest* prsducts of the
Pullman shops are now run
ning every night between
Chicago, St. Paul and Minne
apolis on the new electric
lighted "Gre.t 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
to J. P. Elmer,
General Passen
ger Agent, Chi
NORTH COAST LIMITED
Sbservation Cars
SElectric Lighted
Steam Heated
BUTTE SCHEDULE
WESTBOUND. Arrive. Depart.
No. 1. North Coast
Limited.............. 7:80 :40
p.m. p.m.
No,. 5. Burlington Ex. p.m.
prers.,................ 2:00 2:10
p.mn,. p.m.
No. 13. Twin City
Exp'ress ............. 11:30 -
a.m.
.ocal freight and ac
cotltnIAdation from
Puny and Norris,
T'rueWlay, Thursday
and Saturday......... 6:48
p.m.
EASTBOUND.
No. 2. North Coast
Lmnited ............ . 1:45 1:55
a.m. a.m,
SlcAper for this train
open at 9:10 p. m. for
reception of passengers
No. 6. Burlington
Express............. 11:30 11:40
p.m. p.m.
No. 14. Twin City
Express ............. - 12:48
p.m.
Local freight and ac
commodation to Al
der. Monday.
\\'cdnesday and Fri.
day .................... 7:00
- a.m.
l'ssengers for Twin Bridges, Sheridan and
Ahlder, leave Butte at Montana Union depot
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, on mixed
train at 7:0o a. m.; on the return trip connec.
tion is made at Whitehall with Train No. r,
reachling Iutte at 7:3o p. m.
Train for Pony and Norris leaves Whitehall
at 7:oo a. m., Sappington at 9:o07 a. m., Tues,
day. Thursday and Saturday, and cn tile re.
turn trip run direct to lutte, reaching BIutte at
6:49 p. m.
No. 1. North Coast Limited, f:om St. Paul
and Eastern points, to the I'acilic coast.
No. 2. North Coast Limited, from the Pa.
citic coast to St. Paul, Duluth and principal
Eastern points.
No. 5. Ilurlington Express, from Kansas
City and all Ii. & M. Railroad points and all
N. P. points west of Blllings to Seattle and
Tacoma.
No. 6, Burlington Express, from Seattle
and Tacoma to Billings and all B. & N. Rail.
road points.
No. 13. Local connection from Twin City
Express from St. Plaul and all Eastern points.
No. 14. Local connection with T'win City
Express for St. Paul and all points East.
W. II. MERRIAM,
General Agent, corner Main and Park Streets.
PREFERRED BY
UNCLE SAM
in going East, your letters travel
by a most direct route. Wrom 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, Montana
W. B. DIXON,
N. W. P. A., St. Paul
ATCHISON, ToPEKA &
SANTA FE RY. Co.
SANTA FE ROUTE
THREE TRAINS DAILY
From Denver to Kansas City and
Chicago. Also the direct line to
Galveston, El Paso, City of Mexico
and the mining camps of New
Mexico and Arizona.
For particulars about REDUCED
RATES EAST apply to
C. F. WARREN, Gen. Agt.
411 Dooly Block, Salt Lake City.

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