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For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Aeg etablePreparationforA Always Bought simialhing fteFoodandRe uta tng the Stomachs andBoes of g B gears the -" " - ~Signature Promotes Digestion,Cheertul ness andTRest.Contains neither Oplum,Morphine nor Mineral. Uo NOT NARC OTIC. In Aperfecl nemedy forConslpa Use lon, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoca Worms,Convulsions,Feverish- For Over ness and Loss OF SLEEP. ForOver FacSimile Signature of "EW . Thirty Years EXACT COPY OF WRA CASTORIA STI IoNTAUrn IOMPANY. NIW VORN OIry. HOPE ELLIOI WILL TAKE UP STATION BUTTE BUSINESS MEN'S ASSOCIA TION RECEIVES REPORTS OF ITS COMMITTEE. TENDERS THANKS TO TOOLE Association Expresses its Appreciation of His Action in Calling the Extacordinary Session. The Butte ni· inres en i's cmmhittee held a recu:lar n,eetiiKE last night and re ceived the repo:rt ui the r, ceptiun n(to mittee that net l're-ident l:iot of the Nortlern I'a, itic. i. II. Henitch male a ver!,al report coy eringt the visit (if the committee to the private car of President Elliot. After the committee had dicused the depot ques tion with the m;agnate they accumpaniued him on a tour of itslpectiuon of the hu;ld some structure which has becomeCi the butt of ridicule of every traveler over the road. Mr. Elliot was not familiar with the conditions surrounding the depot, he not having been in harnures lonug e,tough to learn much concerning it. .\ftcr viejing the structure hle assured the commnittee that on his return to St. Paul Its would give the nmatter due consideration, and al though he was nonlcotlllnittal as to what would really be done, the committee were ib1e to form the opinion that something will be accomplished. A matter of deep regret is the fact that the commllittee could not have President Elliot present at the depot at night and spend a few moments in the dimly-lighted waiting room, where the wind whistles through the cracks like a Missouri shuck pen. Mr. Elliot was reminded of the fact that Butte business men had always favored the railroad. The Butte Business Metn's association feel confident that speedy action will re sult from P'resident Elliot's visit, and when that gentlemLan returnls solmetimle about the first of the year, to spend a week or more in this vicinity, the asso ciation will endeavor to make his visit a pleasant one anld will spend some of the surplus in the treasury in entertaining him. At the close of the meetilng the follow ing resolution was adopted: "Resolved, That we, the Butte Business Men's association, tender to Governor J. K. Tloole our sincere thanks and apprecia tion for his action in calling an extra ordinary session of the Montana legisla ture." E. B. Howell was elected a member of the association. Newsboys Club Meets. At the mneeting of the Newsboys' club last night C. S. Passmore was the prin cipal speaker of the evening. There were also addresses from Mrs. Currah, Mrs. Colby and Mrs. Noble, and I'hillipl Duggan reclted. For Breakfast, Luncheon, or Supper, the Unequalled Beverage. aI34t &4 ;Oc4$ $tvk6tk HENNESSY EMPLOYES GIVE E. N. WOOD A WATCH Popular Business Man Remembered cn Eve of Departure From City. I. N. \\Vnid was the recipienlt of a h;uld .ome gold hiatch last night, the gift of the employes of the Ilentiitesy Meircrantile colmpany. Mr. Mood has been the elticienlt manager iu the Ihi..lnssy dlep.rt I:nlt store utd has beenl a greatll f;vorilte with those who worked under hlii direc tint in the store, \Vhen it was annotnced that he h;ld ac Il pted a position with a largte store ill I Denver, I ulo.. tlihe employs of thIe store here determtined to prIesent him with a gift as a remllintler ,of the days slpetlt \eith them in llutte. hlau'ns Berry Inade the prestlltation lperch anid said many tplaingl things of s.ir. W\\ood lliand spoke of thie conlie tlce and esteeni in uhich tho.se who had been ass~rialted with him during the past sev erdal ears livd hin1. lhe watch is prop erly inscribed, showing it to be a gift froml the mplolhyes of the s.tore. Mr. WVood responded and expressed in a; few words the grlatitude felt tin t olily for the gift bult for the kindly thoughlt hllich was back of it. lie alst) told of tlhe pleasure it had always been to know that those who worked witll himt in the great store always seemed to lie his frietlls. lie leaves today for Denver, where lihe has accepted a position as anui;ager ill tile 1)1\nter I Drygoods compalnay store. ROGERS BROS., 1847 Now Is the Time to Buy the Popular Goods at the Popular Priced House. PRICES: Set knives and forks $..so, now.... $..5o Six teaspoons $-'.25, low .......... 1.50 S. L.. & tier). H. ot)(il;RS. Set knives and forks $5.01, now.... $..oo Six teaispoons $1.75, n1ow.......... I.oo Before selecting your holiday presents it will pay you to call and get our prices. IE. F. MAYER, 65 V. Park, near l'ostoffice. CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION An examination will ie ieldt by the United States civil service commission on l)ecember t5-16 for the puirlpose of secur itig eligibles for certification to the posi tion of local inspector of boilers of steaitl vessels ill the steamboat illlinpetion serv ice at Portland, Me. This position pays $t,8oo per allnlllll. If you have a bad cola you need a good reliable medicine like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to loosen and relieve it, and to allay the irritation and inflammation of the throat and lungs. The soothing and healing properties of this remedy and the quick cures which it effects snake it a favorite everywhere. For sale by Pax son & Rockefeller, Newbro Drug Co., Chiistie & Leys, Newton Bros. "CAD" JOHNSON IN CUSTODY "Cad" Johnson, a colored woman whose houme was ill Pleasant alley until last sumt mIer, was arrested in I elena last night ont the charge of robbig a Clhinanlan of $01oo in June last. lier victim is employed as cook at the Nine Mile hoube. The woman will he brought to Ilutte to answer, A ILIN A THE ST. LOUIS FAIR K.'YS.1 IS.' BUILD.N G . I 7/11 II'ORLD'S FAIR. Spacious Edifice is to lave Two Stones aad Will Be 80 Feet by 125 Feet. ink at the \\'Vrll's Fair is to Ia 8ort,. feet auul t.,-t ahout $3, .0.o, It will ! tao stories high awd have a llarge centil'1 ba:111 t l , onr i hir t 11nor. 'There rill he thr e enmeral cntru~ ( . The buildling will stanml fliscally south of the Nfl York huilhlini: WAS BANNER MONTH INDIAN SUIJMMER WEATItER PRE VAILED DURING MELLOW OCTOBER. The month iof (ii ler. on1,1. destlr ., iav tIl:lhl, 'nt.111 n in the hi uts ry of 10, Irib.e thue uu:ithi r eut' alilin, . iln tui.i tl .. for the imontlh w.,t a ret.nrd lr, r; in mtl.my restpects. Ih Id tinlers. hi, llIha se.eu the I ctohers of imany years ciit lnill g. am:id these m unuo t tiins usl hill h. i hi;ve to th i tiut ohulast iuimoiuth waitl I,' hard to hart. Ir,,n ,every lIIttrter Ilat t.h stat I oiins the suite story of the de lighlilll I.dtll .-lllntll r eathlller tl lat prc oiuntlron.e W. Ilayes. the se tinl director of the .Mollnna weather bunli, in i:s summary of the monthl, now hing pre parced, s.hii tas that the i meani t eral.ture olr thle molllth w: .. dtegr.es iabvp the norlml for prev, io. years. I his hto.ws it was unulitaly warml. li lillintigs a te:n ptr;atutre of Is d(egrves, abve zer. i.s reporteld on IIctoi..r .,. There asc Re4 lear dlays. Frtom aidv;lnce stcluls of Mir. Ilayes' report the following iacts are gleaned : Biaromuter --- .ean pressutre, 30.04 inches: highest lI.ersed. 30.l 'inches at Iiale and tiMiles City ion the ,di lowest I.ier veu d. .i"l."i inchi e at I it vre on tle th; riange for the stalt. i. 1- ilches. Templerature-The mean was 47.6 dte gre.s, or 3.2 degree, above the nortltd. ily diiii ins the mean temlperatures wire as follow, : Eastern division, 4;.6 degrees, or ..(, degrt'es above the iirnlal; Wtestern divi-ion. lt7.2 degrees. or 3. degrees abor' the ntormal. The higlhest umuoithly niuth as is 52.. dlegrees ait .i iigstonll lowe t nllt hly ml an. ill 40. deuel Si l at t i'u. se.l it hiighetst tetlitperlatur recorded wva.s g; degrees at lillings on the loth1 lowest templlleratre recordedu, i iidgrees lit \\'il. scy ou thie 3th. lThe greatest daily ranl:e wasi 56 dlegrees alt (I ulbertu'n o1 the .;thu and ait Ililipshurg on the 17th. 'rcip.itaitiun- -The average was 0..17 inch, or 1,41) helow tihe normal. The alve r ages by division. i ..'l inch, or oi .t helow tce iiniial \Vcstern divisi.in, .58 S Ii.h or o.27 below the normual. lhe great ".t mintlhly tolullt was 1.47. inches lat Mar's ville, and the least. o at 'will lridtlges. The greatest llllamounltt in anlly 14 coinsecutivet houttrs was o.ui inch at ituie ton the 6th. :\Average number of days with u.0i iuch, or nmore. precipitation, .1. Windl and Weather--The prevailing di rection of the wind asas west: tihe highest velocity repotlted was .ft milths per hour front the southwest ait Helena oil tihe 6th and from the west at Miles City lon the saiite dlte. Aserage numlber of clear days. 19; pan tly cloudy, 7: cloudy, 5. MILES SEES MONTANA PLAY Affected by "John Ermine" as It In Poe sented in the East. (;n. Nelson A. Miles wept in recollec tion of early-day western, experienc.'. while at the Manllhnatttan theater in New. York the other night as he was witnessinh. the production of "John Ermine of thi,: Yellowstone," a dramatization of the book by Frederick ReIlington, the scenes of which are laid in, Montana. "(;en. Nelson A. Miles, Colgate Hoyt andt a party occupied a box at the Man hattan last night, and the former head of the I niteed States army gave signs of delep emiotion when his name was meln tioncd several times in the play," says the Morninrig Telegraph,. "Tlhe veteran said 'John El'rine' was, from a scenic stand point, the best play of western life he had ever seen, and complimented Frederick Remington, who joined the party, on the accuracy of detail. "'The costumes anl scenery,' said Gen eral Miles, 'ire more true to life than llly I have seen inl my long exlperientce as a theater-goer. 1 agree with (;Gqcr;al )udley, that Mir. Iclcmington has .,sc cetded where a host of others !have failed.' " NEED PREVENTIVE FOR THE USE OF THE CITY ])r. Sullivan, city health officer, will ask ti.c city coullncil tomorrow night that a suplply of anti-toxin be purchasedi by the city. The doctor will reconunend the ptlr chase as a protection for the public health. The anti-toxin so bought would be used upon diphtheretic patients who are too poor to furnish the remedy themselve, Butte has only three cases of diphthteria at present and these are under strict qpma-,t antine regulations. MICHAEL HARRINGTON BURIED Coroner Egan held an inquest into the death of Michael Harrington yesterday evening at Sherman & Reed's unrdertakingt establishment. HOerington died as the re sult of injuries received in the Belle mine last Thursday. Last evening the jury was sworn in, The funeral was held this afternoon, Interment was made in the Catholic cemetery. and we-t of the Illinn IM bilding. Senator John C(. C('rpenter of c'haInte is president of the, kanlls; commission and Rcpresc, t;!tive Charles II. L.uling of Topeka is .,I ,r tary. Thc other l.l ltbers are Sena. h-r H., T. Silflnons of Canldwell, Senator J. C. Monrrow of liaddam and William 'P. \\av~; ncr of Atchionit. RETRIAL FOR DREYFUS IIV A o5.A1 'VI VIID Ifif. 1'r:1.:. Nov. 7,.---Ilenri Rochefort, in an i, crr1iew is quoted ar saying that he InIlerrtands I)revyfus will he retired be fore the court of cassation. which he pre dlits v, ill qjash the verdict of the Rennes cotlrt-inin tial and that I)eryftts will then I, re .,hilit tel i n his rights. Dr. Lyon's PERFECT Tooth Powdes Used by people of refinement for over a quarter of a oentury PREPARED BY 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 - - - Asst. 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. Ilinds, Vice lres.; Fayette Hurrinigton, 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 domestio exchange, transacts a general banking busi ness, pay interest on the deposits. Directors-Charles R. Leonard, F. Aug. Heinze, 8. Marchesseau, A. Balmforth, R. A. Louis, C. W. New ton, T. R. Hinds, John MacGinniss, Fayette Harrington. Butte. Mont. Capital........ $1.o,0oe**O Under state supervision. Five ps ont interest, pr.ysDlo qu.rtsrlri paid ao desp.it. Money to Loan eo Real Estate . AllUG BWJIIR. .. Prlarddass w 3. II IC I4 N ,.......... Illr BK OF BUT~E (Established 1879.) CAPITAL - - - $200,000.00 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 Sell 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 MEANt Solid comfort, security and pleasure to our patrons. 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 seasons 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 Rail.) Port!and 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. AT 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 Offloe, No. 41 N. Main street, Butte. W. R. MEECH; C. P. and T. A. NRIVIEI' I*MPARTMUItt These Cars are on the new "GreatWestern Limited" Every Night between Chicago,. St. Paul and Minneapolie. If you wish to travel In the most comfortable way, nothing can approach these rooms. The price of a berth Is only 52.50. or 50c more than a berth In a standard Pullman Sleeper. All toilet neces* sitles--hot and cold water, electric berth and ceiling lights and elec tric halrcurler heaters,, For fLrther Information aplyto J. P. Elner, Gen'l Passenger Agent, Chli Maple at Rol cag, ll. NORTH COAST LIMITED OObservation Cars Electric Lighted Steam Heated BUTTE SCHEDULE WESTBOUND. Arrive. Depart. No. 1. North Coast Limited ......... ... 7:30 7:40 p.m. p.m. No. 5. Burlington Ex press................ 2:00 2:10 p.m. p.m. No. 13. Twin City Express .............. 11:30 a.m. Local freight and ac comnmoudation f r o m Pony and Norris, ' Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday......... 6:48 p.m. - EASTBOUND. No. 2. North Coast Limited.............. 1:45 1:55 a.m. a.m. Sleeper for this train open at 9:3o p. m. for reception of passengers No. 6. Burlington Express .............. 11:80 11:40 p.m. p.m. No. 14. Twin City Express.............. 12- :45 p.m. Local freight and ac commodation to Al der, Monday. Wednesday and Fri day .................... 7 :00 a .m. Passengers for Twin Bridges, Sheridan and Alder, leave Butte at Montana Union depot Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, on mixed train at 7:ao a. m.; on the return trip conned. tion is made at \Whitehall with Train No. I, reaching Butte at 7:.to p. m. 'Irain for Pony apd Norris leaves Whitehall at 7:00 a. m., Sappincton at 9:07 a. m., Tues. day, Thursday and Saturday, and on the re* turn trip run direct to Butte, reaching Butte at 6:49 p. m. No. 1. North Coast Limited, f om St. Paul and Eastern points, to the Pacific coast. No. 2. North Coast Limited, from the Pa. cific coast to St. Paul, Duluth and principal Eastern points. No. 5,. Burlington Express, from Kansas City and all B. & M. Railro.d points and all N. P. points west of Billings to Seattle and Tacoma. No. 6. Burlington Express, from Seattle and Tacoma to Billings and all B. & M. Rail. road 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. Paul and all points East. W. H. MERRIAM, General Agent, corner Main and Park Streets. PREFERRED 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, 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 Blook, Salt Lake City.