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PENNSYLVANIA GIRL
WAS PROBABLY
MURDERED
tiY ASPOCIATED PRES..
Allentown, Pa., Dec. i6.-Coroner
Schierer and Chief of Police Eastman are
Investigating the case of Mrs. Agnes
Minerva Leihy, who died Thursday at the
home of William Clnder of this city, under
suspicious circumsntances. In connection
with the case the coroner's jury decided to
hold Willinam Kunkle, an ex-policetlan,
until an inquest is held. Another arrest,
is is said, will follow.
The woman's body was removed from
the Clader house Inast night alnd taken to
the hente of her step-father at IHrthlc
hem. The police say the body was re
moved without notice to the bouarl of
health.
It is said her face was more or less
bruised.
Kinkle was arrested because he was
said to have been with her when she died.
At the ('inder house, inquirits brought
out the information that site died fronmt
natural causes, due to eating three dozen
spiced Christttms cakes. It was also stated
that she was attendrd by two physicia.,s.
Mrs. Clader said that Kutklr merely
easisted her in administering mtIdicin.e,
and the bruises were due to Mrs. ILeiby
falling against the hrd while weak with her
illness.
Mrs. I.eihy was .6 years tof ate and
left a 4-year-olt daughter. h1er husband
deserted her a year ago.
HE ENDS HIS LIFE
av ASSO.( IAI'I PHIS. .
Fresno, Cal., lice. 16.--(~ the verge ,of
intsanity. in atcc(tount of a.ln estrangement'rit
between his wife. as a result of his vioilent
temper, E.d.in llatris .af AItgeles ('amp.
fired a hIllet into his brain alout noon
yesterday and died shortly afterward. The
tragedy occurred in tie rootn occupitcd by
his wife ill a lodginig Ithoue in this city.
IThe man wasi fItIound lying on a softa
Iwhich he had occuilietd when the shot was
fired.
CHARGE IS MURDER
111' A i'A Alt I'sA S4.
TRiyornt, N. 1.. I ec. 26. - hIenry Ed
lttu anlld hJohn i ltitan arI e under areilst
here for hurglary. In the course of a talk
cith Edmund. l'hikf of Police Magner
con.lunticiated h tch ltphonre with th et oif
'olice Milliken of ithcinnahti ..h , .-kedl
that Edn::utlnd L, hitil in a ch.irge oif mur
der. lie ,al Ia i': ;. te livce . u,:ll
Ce::-e :or b.. ,_ : . :2 c\x';.I: i '
at :.CC.
LYNCHING PROBABLE
ci.....d ' .:r. r lr . r.- y t-cray
s. 'r ' d aw,,.y t, .l..,!- ,:, lle if r ,,i.
kct; i:g. i i n' hurt ure i:tciharged i ith
the i:,-rder a:l ::t::ilautit ii atn i t unknownt,
mian a week ;lag. ()rie of the ptristeIirsi
confessed that the stranger \iwas murdered
and robbed of g$.to by himinelf and com
p itionqs.
SHOT IN RACE WAR
(incinnati, Dec. 6.-In a race war yes
terday at L.ocklandI a suburb of this city.
one negru Wila shot anlld seriouly
Soundled.
The troutlel was the result of a ,dozenti
encoiiiiunters the white residents have had
w'ith the colored inhabitantsm within the
pilt week. \More trouble is feared.
HE WAS SO LIBERAL
IN HIS EXPENDITURES
But, Come to Find Out, the Gentleman
Was "Wanted."
iv ASSOCIA'J Et Vi l SS,
Halifax, N. S., Dec. .-6.-Armcl with
a heavily loaded revolver, a man giving
the name of O. M. McMichaecl and his
address as Kamloops, It. C., was ar
rested here yesterday on the charge of
pass;ing forged Canadian amid American
express money orders, several of which
he had succeeded in having cashed. EIach
called for $47.,50 and hadl purported to
come from the London, Ontario, office.
Melcichael came here Sunday from los
ton. lIe put up at one of the best hotels
and attracted attention by his liberal ex
pen.ditures,
PARIS STRIKERS SACK
BAKERY IN FRENZY
f1Y ASSiOIA'ITED PirtSR
I'alis, Dec. .6.- Itiliy striking baker. sacked
a bakcry durilng the night. 'There were sev.
eral llinor strike deioilnstrali tions.
The minister of war has ordered the military
brcadmnaker- to be in readiness to take the
places of strikers in case of a rshortage in the
public bread supply.
SUB-STATION OF POSTOFFICE
Will Be Establishod for West Siders at
1044 Granite Street.
Annlounlcement was made at the post
office this morning that a substation is
to be established and be in operation Jan
uary 1, at to44 West Granite, at the store
of Guy Bellinger. The offire to be opened
will be for the sile of stamped paper and
the transaction of money order and regis
try business. Such a station has long been
wanted by the residents of the West Side
and will prove a great convenience,
POPE PIUS DID GET MONEY
Paris, Dec. 26.--'l'he Rome correspctndent of
the Figaro mainains the accuracy of the state.
mnent that the pope has reccivced through Car.
diltal Sotti, preftct of the cuigaepation of the
pr'paga; ndli s, sv er;Al :illinlss of dollars which
were h:tehl bInck by requell of IPope I.eo. The
coat rponudent addsi tlhat tie money has beecn
invcst$Nd, and that Cardinal (;otli has trans.
Ierred to Pope0 Iinas a in memtrs'II o um11 of an
Invesilt enl t withl:ou, r,uwc lt.:aandillg to injl
the actual securities.
It is pointed out that the oflicial deisals
Maly cover this polut.
DOWIE CHILDREN
ARE BARRED OUT
CANNOT ATTEND PUBLIC SCHOOLS
OF CHICAGO WHEN NEW TERM
OPENS IN JANUARY.
WILL NOT BE VACCINATED
Board of Health Decides That They
Must Submit to Vaccine Points
or Leave the Schools.
aY ,1 ,011 IA'I fI ll d ,
('hicaglo, I)ee. , .-- All chiltltin of I)ow
icites will he excluded frolm the public
schools. of (hicago after Jnitltry 4 by
order of the heialth dlpartiment. lThe gnt
ortl Oc irseer of Zion hastt ntdtle Iti follow.
or, helieve that ,accination cldoes not pre
vent snmallpox.
The .elith dep.'tmethnt has decided that
all chiltlre(n shall lie vaccinated or he (Ie
barred froum thle publi'c schools.
The Zion (.hihilrte will lie s.egregateitd by
retquiring all puplils to Iprcciit cerltifica(tes
(of vaccinatt ion. The minittes notl adlresses
of ill hclttr.n who fail ito cotply with the
order will be fuorwardled to the health de
LATE SOCIETY
Hager-Grappan.
,liN . Ida (I.rpltan tttl nM. A. Il iM r
were mr'itric~l IThursday eveC'ninlg i the
lparsonagel' of (;rIa .M F. church in the
Ipreluce ot f a few friendis. Nev. J. W.
'.iit lperformetdel thlie cremony iwhicth lunit el
the,. young people in matrimony. After
a ho t TIrip l ir. aIIt .Mr. l II er will reside
McLeod-Williams.
Christ.ma; evenitng Mrs. Sarah Williams
til Mr. \\'illiun MNI.clt.odi were .aurriedt in
the pa;trsonagerl (f ;race . F. el. church by
Rlev. . r. T. ail. After the cerremony Mtr.
andl NMrs. Mcl.etal went last ton a wetdding
tour. buti will return ilboat Felbrtuary I and
he at home to their ftietis itt t-.cl Mary
Christmas Concert.
The First I'reolhytetriatn clhurch will give
a (h ri ,ti;t ctoncert in the ichurch next
a itlhical ~lU'el cht
At Mueller Home.
A l'hristmai dimnetr followed by the
lilghting of a nIa.nitiecnt I'hriln ias tree
was tnj.ytel in the home of Mr. nd .;.Mrs.
Ilenry Mueller lat tevtni;mc. I llly the im
tudi;tti faitily woret prel ,nt.
l'hIe lhoue was l.dl,.r;ati'ly dti'corattdI
witi eyv.rgre. ensrt lll. , h nll i. l lthl l.t ;lul rosesI .
In thi It- w . l;ndow wa, in arch of holly.
with it, e.ctrlet Iberries amtl titly cletlric
liht'1- tnttr whilt wa. latcd a tree which
waS. ,ne o. n, of brilli,,t c·, r.lor.
It was rti,tically ldecoralted ,and countlIIII
Ite pretnlt \iecr It hung ther.en folr each
:.; mb.eh r of 't, family. T'he,, incueludcd in
the li:n.ter ;tul tree wer'. with tie Ith st
;,.,1 h,- t .e . M r. a ,nd . r:. (',,llin, \\'est.
Sr. and \I r. A-It ochtater. NIe-ro.
.\r:.i r. \\W,.lcr .rnt d l.arry tMu teller.
Ire ratry tr i te o l departure otf .r. ailnd
.Ir-. Mueller a;nd -on \ Walter and Ihnrry
it I l'tr.p . M .llayi; . a fit ily reuniln was.
hell din the llllcr hl-ue in South \\"a h
inttin street. Suilay. \n elegant.ly ap
pointed dinner was tt njoyal ti dl the ev-tn
ing pent informally with vocal U.d instru.
'l'hose preli nt inchtloled Mr. andI Mrs.
Henry tMueller. .r. m Irs. 'Tul'nchshetrier
of AncndIla. MNr. Iand Mrs. (Iterwiser of
Ilillings, Mr. amr .l Mrs. I ollins West of
Iillings . Ir. atl NMrs. Kranse of Ain;
condt. MIr. and Mrs. Iaul Mueller, tr.
atttl Irs. A.irtw Mueller. lr. andI Mrs.
W'illiam tlucllcr. Mr. ittl Mrs. Al. Iothesic
ter. udl lehrs. loc.ilph Mutlle.r, Arthurtl,
W\alter and IItrry M.tllelr.
Annual Ball.
The ttelfth aniual uall of the Staition
ary entginleers will ,he give\n next Thursday
night in Hen'haw hall. Invitations have
been ietd andil the hair promises to be
it Social uc"ttess.
Germans Celebrate.
As ('hri-tmas is onlle of the greatest holi
days amonlg the ,lertmans, the eniran club
celebrated the sea; tll Iby Ieetilng in the
home of .Mrs. llenry lMueller today. The
afterinoon ! as slpent informally with music
and good cheer. Ite frte.,hlm ent were served
and the afternoon enljoyied in the t(;erman
language.
'hose of the nteilbes \\ho spent the
time with .Mrs. Mlucler were Madame
Reuger, Mrs. (. tC. eutwer. Mrs. Iiuol,
Mrs. lingle, Mrs. II. V. \Vinchell, Mrs.
Jack Thomas. Mrs. ;George Busch, Mrs.
Newton, Mrs. W. (). Speer, Mirs. J. R. R.
Sievers. ....,
TRANSFER SYSTEM IS
VERY GENERALLY USED
Large Number Issued by Street Railway
Company Yesterday.
That the transfer system lately adopted
by the local street railway company is ap
preceiated by the public was demonstrated
yesterday.
Being Christmas day there was a good
dealt of comning and going about the city
and much use was nade of the transfer
system.
'Manager Wharton of the road says that
the transfers issued yesterday were more
than the usual aggregate for four days.
DANIEL KERR MAY NOT LIVE
Barber Lies in Serious Condition at
St. James Hospital.
Daniel Kerr, a barber, whose place of
business is at the corner of Park and Wyo
ming street, is in a serious condition at
St. James' hospital, as a result, it is be
lieved, of excessive indulgence in liquor.
Kerr was taken to the hospital last Tues
day in a condition approaching prostration,
and( has grown worse since.
Last night he was delirious, but it was
said that he was slightly better today.
KATHARINE BOYLE'S FUNERAL
Services Over 13-Year-Old Girl In St.
Patrick's Church,
The funeral of Katherine Boyle, aged
13, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Boyle, who died yesterday at the home of
her parents near the Colorado smelter, oc
curred at 9 :30 this morning from the Rich
ards' undertaking rooms on West Park
street, services being held at St. Patrick's
church, Interment was at the Catholic
cemetery.
CHRISTMAS TRAIN IS
WRECKED; ELEVEN
ARE HURT
RY A i(l(l IATI;D PRE8 ,.
Kokomo, Ind.. Dec. 6.-- lleven pP.
cligers were llOre r less inlljureed last
evening by the collision of a westbound
Clover leaf passenlger train loaded with
('hristmans passengers, and a Pan Handle
freight celgile, :it a clrossing here.
The nmore seriously injured: Anita L.utz,
Decaitlr. Ind., chlest crushed, uIichisciois ;
Mrs. Jessie Brown. Marion, Ild.. face and
head cot; Mrs,. Syhley ltryant and 6-year
old chiil, headis bruised and arms cut;
John Sanilers, colured.l Marion, Inl., head
cut and bloy bruised.
There wtere ti2 Iplssenger, on the train.
' lhe tiio traiiins ire overturneld.
COUNTY CONTRACTSI
LET THIS MORNING
LUKE WILLIAMS WILL HAVE CARE
OF THE COUNTY POOR-MRS.
GODFREY GOES OUT.
DUGGAN GETS THE BURIALS
Dr. Ignatius Donnelly Reappointed
County Physician at a Compen
sation of $300 Per Annum.
l'lt ut'ilty cl i ttllisionM)l'rt li Illmorlning
gave lilt the contrict for the care of the
poor at the ctotilt)y fariim, let the contract
for the Ihtrial of those tlhe comity may be
called iiIpon toI inter, anid :ie;llted the county
physician. all for tlhe colinig year.
There \ en three bids for the care of
the ipoor. Mrs. Kate I,.ifrey, liho holds
the contract tlow. bid $4 pcer week for each
inimate, thel iame prite the cotunty is pay
ing her now. Luke \\ illiaims hid $1.78 per
Iatilet per week, andl '. W\. Ilemnipster and
I:rncest Simpson hid $)..5. lThe contract
was, lht I.uke \Williamts. the lowest hid
der. lIe was formerly in the mlllter busi
Ines here, . 1,it 1 1ire reentell l has been runtI -
Ililng a ritich Il lear Mi . se1C .
I)in thet hurial contract. Larry l)Duggan
hid a.s folloti : .i ( olli. <4.5" ; outsilde box,
$1.5 ; robe, $1,{ grave ill cioutlly cImietery,
$1;l coveyance, $-; total. $ $i . When the
fuinteral taikes place ltsite the coiiunty
emettely there is to ble ani extra charge if
Joseh.ph Hichards bid the lumtp s1111u of
$7.51I. i und ithe Mntana li lertakitg cont
lly $.5. lThe ci lllmiissiersn liked the
Itiggan hid hoest. although it nas the high
et. IThey thoughtl the offecr iniiured a bict
ter pttillllng liaway of the I otlltlyn charges,
atld ga.e Du)ggan the controllact.
The Comnmisioners re appointed Dr. Ig
natil., I),onnelly counlty physician with a
(ompellnslln:i tio(l $,{ t per annum. e11 is to
atteuil to tte pltients ;at the couutty ho,
p1ital, the prisoners in the coulnty jail, anad
;1l| the poir outside oil f tlie coIntily firiti who
miiay lie c'liltIty charges.
FUNERAL SERVICES OVER
REMAINS OF ADMIRAL
Last Respects Paid to Late Edwin White
at Annapolis.
Itl A .n I S' I 1.I 4 I'l1 :,
Annapolis. Md., I)ec. .6.--The funeral
sets icts. over the remtains of the late Ad
miral lEdlwin \Vhite, I'. S. A.. retired, were
hehi at the nava':l aadley chapel today,
after which the interiment took place in
the naval cemtetery. The escort was cotm
Iposed of the marine battalion and a de
tacthintent of seamen, accotipaniedl by tihe
Naval A\a lenty band.
ARCHBISHOP CHAPPELLE
TO RETURN TO CUBA
tY Sist A InsO IA l I Pti .s.
New )rleans. la... Iec. .6.-A.rchlbishop
thappelle sailed today for Cuba, wvhence
he camell to take part in the ceriitonies of
tile .ouisianalu trantsfer celcratll ion.
WARREN MATTER IS CLOSED
I1% A.ssOCIA.IED H i'Iss.
Waslhington, D). C., lDec. .-Followitig
a long conferlence today with Senator
Warrenl of \\'youtling, regarding the lat
ter's interestl in a building leased to the
govCernmentll for the postollice at Chlleyenne,
\\Wyo., lostllaster ;General Payne said that
the case was closed.
lie said before the cxpiration of a
previous lease on March 1, 1899, the
lessors wanted the rent raised fromt $1,400
to $t,oo, whllich Postmnaster Charles
Emlory Smliith delemed exorbitant, and he
caused an investigattion to be Ilmade.
FOUR CORPSES UNIDENTIFIED
Bodies of Twelve Victims of Pennsyl
vania Wreck in the Morgue.
BY ASHOCIAT'IED ReI:SS..
Cotntnellsville, Pa., Dec. .6.-There are
still to aodies of victims iof the Duquesne
limited wreck on the Haltimore & Ohio
railway at Dawson Wednesday night at
the morgue in this city. Four of these
are unknown and means for their identifi
cation are either entirely absent or very
meagre. The unknown dead will be kept
at the morgue as long as possible. r
Rev. Dr. Street Is Dead.
ItV 55501 As iAt'Ell PiSS,
Hartford, Conn., Dec. I6.-The Rev. Dr.
George Edward Street, pastor emeritus of
the Congregational church at Exeter, N.
H., died here today of heart disease, agqd
69. He was widely known for his histor
ical writings.
Smallpox in Buffalo.
BY ASOuOCIATEI PIRi:SS,
Buffalo, N. Y., Dec. 26a.-Nine persons
suffering from smallpox were taken to the
quarantine hospital yesterday, The
buildings have been qugrantined aull
placed under a strong guard, 1
A $115,000 Fire,
Marietta, O., Dec. a6.-The finest busie.s
block in Marietta, that of the First National
bank, was today destroyed by fire, which
started froni a gas explosion, .oss, 1f15,ooo.
Are in Whitehall.
Philipsburg, Dec, 26.-William Bowden
and Elmer Melvin are spending the holi
days in Whitehall,
Wilson's
Bee Hive
Exclusive
Toy House
Carry the largest stock
of Mechanical To y s,
Dolls, Skates, Sleds, Etc.
Full line of candles and
trimmings for Christmas
trees.
Your dollars will go
fartherest here.
Bee Hive
33 West Park
The Grotto Cafe
HAS MOVED TO THE
Butte Hotel
33 East Broadway
Our Prices will remain the same
Embalming
CAREFUL.
PAINSTAKIP
funeral Directors
THE MONTANA
UNDERTAKIN CO,.
Tnos. Levello. Prop.
Thos. Sullivan, Mgr.
125 E. Park. Phone es
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, 8. V. Kemper, T. M"
Hodgens, J. O. Hodgens.
Corner Main and Park Streets, Butse.
C. R. Leonard, Pres.; T. i. Hinds, Vice
Pres.; Fayette Harrington, Cashier.
SILVER BOW NATIONAL
BANK
Capital $100,000
This tank 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,
transaots 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 MaoGinnise,
Fayette Harrington.
Butte, Mont,
Clpiltal .........SIOo,aoeo*e
Uoder state supervisIen. Flve per
oeat interest, pryabis quarterly paid
Money to Loans on
Real rEstate
SAUG HEIN73.........Prsesident
AL. . L. FN.TS.............Cssbier
i L - -- - I ll
FIRST NATIONAL
BANK OF BUTTE
(Established 1879.)
CAPITAL - - - $200,000.00
GENERAL BANKING
Drafts drawn on all principal oities 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. ;Rose Clark
W.A, CLARK & BRO.
BANKERS
Transacts General Banking Business.
Buy Gold Dust, Gold Bars, Silver
Bullion and Local Seourities.
Boxes for rent in safe deposit
vault.
Sell exchange aailable in all of
the principal cities of the United
States and Europe.
Special attention given to olleo
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 somparatively 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 patrons.
ARE YOU dOING EAST?
If so you cannot afford to go via any
other than this ROYAL HIGHWAY.
Furtter intormation on application
personally or by letter to
H. O. WILSON, O.S.L., Butte, Mont.
DENVER & RIO QRANDE &
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 uninterrupted 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 srvice. Personally con
ducted weekly excursions. For rates
or information apply to
G. W. FITZGERALD, Gen. Agt.
Ticket Office 51 E. Broadway, Butte.
I A
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 Ange'es
(Ocean or Rail.)
Portland and Pacific Coast Points
ARRIVE.
No. 9----- -- - 5---:30 p. m.
DEPART.
No. 8 -------.-- -4:45 p. 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
Weat, oaily - - - - -8;00 p. 1,.
For Great Falls and Local,
daily - - - - - - -- -8:40a. m.
ARRIVE BUTTE.
From St. Paul,, East and
West, daily - - - - - -12:05 p. m.
From Great Falls and
local, dnily - - - - - - - 10:35 p. m.
FULL INFORMATION FROM
City Ticket Offico, No. 41 N. Main
street, Butte. W. R. MEECH,
C. P. and T. A.
These Cars are on the new
"GreatWestern Limited"'
Every Night between Chloago.
St. Paul and Minneapolne.
If you wisb to travel In the most
comfortable way, nothing can
approach these rooms. The price
of a berth is only $2.50, or 50c
more than a berth in a standard
Pullman Sleeper. All toilot neces.
sitles--hot and cold water, electric
berth and ceiling lights and elec
tric haircurler
heaters.
For further
Information
apply to J. P.
Elmer, Gen'l
Passenger
Agent, Chi
asvler Lst' s cago, III.
NORTH COAST LIMITED
eElectric Lighted
Steam Heated
BUlTTE SCHEDULE
WESTBOUND. Arrive. Depart.
No. 1. North Coast
Limited.............. 7:80 7:40
p.m. p.m.
No. 5. Burlington Ex.
prss .................. 2aOO 2:10
p.m. p.m.
No. 18. Twin City
Express ............ 11:80 --
a.m.
EASTBOUND. "'
No. 3. North Coast
Limited.............. 1:45 1:55
am. aPm.
Sleeper for this train
open at p:ao p. m. for
receptioa of passengers
No. 6. dur lin ston
Expre ............... 11:80 11:40
p.m. p.m.
No. 14 Twin City
Expres ............. - 1S:45
p.m.
N'ol"1. 5.orth Coast Limited, fIom St. Pant
and F.estern points, to ;he Pacific coast.
No. 2. Worth Coast Limited, from the Pa.
cific coast to St. Paul, Duluth and principal
Eastern points.
No. 5. Burlir.gton Express, from Kansan
City and all B. & Mf. Railroad points and all
N. P. points west of Bdilings to Seattle and
Tacoma.
No. 6. Btonington Express, from Seattle
and Tacoma to Billings and all B. & M. Rati.
road points.
No. 18. 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.
Passengers for Twin Bridges, Sheridan and
Alder leave Butte at a:4s p. m. daily except
Sunday, changing cars at Whitehall. On re
turn trip train leaves Alder at 8:oo a. m. con
necting at Whitehall with No. s arriving at
Butte at a:oo p. m.
Passengers for Pony and Morris leave Butte
at s1:4s p. m. daily except Sunday, changing
cars at Sappington. On return trip leave Nor
ris at 6:3o a. m., Pony at 7:5o a. m. connectina
at Sappington with No. 33 arriving at Butte
at la:jo a. m.
W\V. \MERRIMAN,
'General Agent, at aer Main and Park Streets.
PREFERRED BY
UNCLE SAM
In going E. , your letters travel
by a mos' dire 1 route. From St.
Paul to Chioago via the
Chicago,
Milwaukee &
St. Paul Railway
Why not tray the same way
pourselff No extra charge for
riding on the Pioneer Limited.
P. H. SCANLAN, C. A.
Butte, Montana
W. B. DIXON,
N. W. P. A., St. Paul
A. CHISON, ToPEICA &
SANTA FE RY. CO.
SANTA FE ROUTB
THREE TRAINS DAILY
vrom Denver to .Kansas City and
Chicago. Also the direct line to
Galveston, El Paso, City of Mexioe
'end the mining camps of New
Mexioo and Arizona,
For particulars about REDUCED
RATES EAST apply to
C. F. WARREN, Gen. Agt.
.11 Dooly Block, Salt Lake City.
ADVERTISE YOUR
WANT ADS
IN THE
INTER MOUNTAIN

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