: BUTTE. From 1,200 lo 1,500 children attend the 9 a. m. Mass at St. Patrick's every Sunday: Sun-day: All ag-es, from the toddler in kilts , to : the "about to discard his knickerbockers," knicker-bockers," are represented. The good order or-der and devotion observed are highly vrommendable. A children's choir under the direction of lhe Sisters renders the liuit-ic. . . ... " ' .One. of the. 'mopt flourishing religious societies 'in luite is the L.eaguao 'the Sadrt-d- Hv'art. ' li numbers 'about 2,500 mcmbere. ln;.ch;irjre of 2f( promoters. , On Friday,. December 1, communion was I administered to over 1,500 souls." Tne following details will give some ideaof the magnitude of the work: Confessions re heard from 2:3i- p. m. to 10 r. - m. , on Thursday and from 4:S0 a, m. to 10 , a. m. on Friday morning. Communion is given every 20 minutes from 4:30 a. m. until 10 a. m. The First Friday Coni-jaunirtn Coni-jaunirtn was administered at one time for thirty consecutive, minutes. , The tedious labor thus entailed on ' the priests of St.' Patrick is amply repaid by the fruits resulting from their la-" bors in regard to this devotion.