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TODAY'S BUTTE NEWS CONDENSED
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Because a few hot drinks she had
taken to cure an illness went to her
head, according to the prisoner, Mr:.
West of Sou'th Wyoming was fined $5
for being drunk and credting a dis
turbance, by Judge P. J. Whitty yes
Bertha Bates forfeited a $5 bond
on a charge of drunkenness in police
court yesterday. A charge of dis
turbance against John Kelly was dis
Bowels clogged, sick l eadache,
no fun is it? Why not have that
happy face, red cheeks that come
with good digestion? Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea makes the
bowels work regular, natural
makes you feel like new. Take it to
night. Family Drug Stole.-Adv.
Judge Edwin M. Lamb. of the die.
trict court, yesterday heard the testi
muony in the cate of James B. Ford
against J. F. Mercer, in which the
plaintiff asked the court to adjudge
him owner of a one-half interest in ·
lease and bond on some mining
claims in Beaverhead couhty. A mo
tion for a non-suit by the defendant
George Bebel started suit in the
district court yesterday for divorce
from his wife, Druzilla J. Bebel, on
the grounds of separation and deser
tion. In his complaint} Bebel al
leges that they were married in Spo
kiane, Aug. 18, 1901, and have no
children. He claims his wife har
been separated from hint since May
Augustus Clock started a suit in
the district court yesterday for di
vorce from his wife, Verna Glock, on
the grounds of desertion. IIe alleges
in his complaint that they were mar
ried in July, 19!)()8, andl have four
Chief of Police Jere lurphy re
turned to Butte last night from Chi
cago, where he had been called by
the serious illness of his daughter,
Sister Mary Colma of the Dominican
order. She had passed tile crisis be
fore he arrived and was recovering
when he left Chicago. TlIe chief says
that the weather in ChiCago is just
like summer, and that the city is
crow(led, every hotel in the down
town district being taxed to capacity
Appraisers appointed in the ad
ministration proceedings of the
Louise Sanger estate yesterday filed
their findings with the clerk of the
district court. They placed the val
uation of the property at $16,635.45.
Funeral services were held for the
late John E. Noonan yesterday at the
family residence, 1427 North Main
street. Requiem high mass was cele
brated at St. Lawrence church and
internient made in the Catholic cem -
tery. Many prominent citizens o
NEWS FROM OVER THE STATE 1
New Rulings Announced
by the Food Regulator
Bozeman, Jan. 29.-It was an
nounced today from Food Adminis
trator Atkinson's office that maxi
mum margins for both wholesalers
and retailers have been withdrawn
on oleomargarine and butter substi
tutes, bacon, ham and sugar and that
retailers doing less thlun $100,000
business annually do not require
Elect New Officers
Harlowton, J.an. 29.--At the an
pual mee4ing Of the Harlowton Mu
sicians' union the following officers
were elected for the ensuing year:
President, B. R. Matteson; vice pres
ident, George V. Karre'; secretary
treasurer, Harry S. Martin: execu
tive committee, Dr. J. W. Church, F.
E. Johns and Mr. Roberts. The union
is in excellent-condition' with 30 ac
Public Service Men
Turn Down Railway
Helena, Jan. 29.-The public serv
ice commission yesterday denied pe
tition of the Milwaukee railway to
discontinue the agencies at the sta
tions at Suffolk, Garnell, Danvers
and Forest Grove, all in Fergus
county. The commission also ordered
the Helena Light and Railway com
pany to restore 30-minute car serv
ice on the Kenwood and Broadwater
Is Scene of Burglary
Anaconda, Jan. 29.--"Give-me-a
dime" alley, behind the Station
hotel on Front street, was the scene
of another burglary last night, whet.
ctbtin No: :6, ofetaiednl y -JohIa Aromur
soi',"w'as robbed of Ibawkbook and,
a hundred-dollar postofflte .'tmejk
Butte and Walkerville attended the
funeral. The pallbearers were: Jo
seph Tipple, David Buckley, Edward
Tirrell, Joseph Glynn, Neil O'Donnell
and Morgan Sweeney.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Reilly returned
to Butte yesterday from Lewistown,
where they had been called by the
death of Mr. Reilly's sister, Mrs. Phil
Desjardins, formerly Miss Blanche(
Reilly. She was a teacher at St. Jd
seph's school in Butte for some time
and nine years ago was married to
Mr. Desjardins at St. Joseph',
church. 'She is survived by her hus
band and a daughter; her mother,
Mrs. Ellen Reilly; three brothers,
Edward, Jack and Vincent, and also
four sisters, Mrs. Agnes Turner, Mrs.
F. L. Redding, Mrs. George Cook and
Miss Florence Reilly. Funelal serv
ices were held at Judith Gap, wherC
interment was made.
To purchasers of war savings
stamps of the 1918 and 1919 issue
the postoffice has issued instructions
as to their interchangeability. Th
25 cent stamps are interchangeabl
and may be pasted in the same booK,
the green 1918 and the blue 1919
stamps being used together to fill the
book. But the $5 stamps are not in
terchangeable and must be pasted in
separate books, the blue together aem
the green together.
Alleging that his wife has on di
vers occasions frequented dance halls
and skating rinks in the company of
other male companions, Kenneth 'W.
Attfield started suit for divorce from
Margaret Attfield in the district
court yesterday. Among the several
allegations, Attfield sets out that on
one occasion after his wife had told
him she was going to the home of a
friend to care for the latter's baby,
he found her at a dance hall, and
that she woul tot come out to spealk
to him. The couple were married
Nov. 16, 1916, and have one child
according to the complaint.
Suit was started in the disti-ict
court yesterday by James F. O'Leary
against Hugo Fahle. The complaint
alleges that the parties in 1905 en
tered into a partnership for the con
duct of a restaurant under the name
of the Atlantic cafe; that this month
the defendant withdrew from the
partnership, leaving plaintiff to pay
the debts, amounting to $6,412.71.
The plaintiff claims there is due and
owing to him from the defendant the
sum of $2,598.08, which represents
the latter's share of the liabilities
after his share of the partnership
assets are deducted.
When you are wearied from over
work, feel listless and languid, can't
sleep or eat as you should, you are
getting run down, an easy prey tt
dangerous disease germs. Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea-nature's herbs
--should be taken without delay
Family Drug Store.-Adv.
The intruders effected an entrance
through a door from an adjoining
empty cabin. Aronson discovered his
loss when he came off shift at 11
o'clock last night and at once noti
fied the police.
Probate Matters in
Anaconda District Court
Anaconda, Jan. 29.-R. D. Cross
white, county public administrator,
was appointed administrator of the
estates of Herbert Robard of Warm
Springs and Jack Cudjot of Ana
conda in probate proceedings heard
before Judge George Winston in the
district court yesterday.
Attorney C. E. Avery submitted
petitions for administration papers
in the estates of Elmer A. Sanford
and Thomas McMinn.
Helping the Plutes
to Fight Workers
Anaconda, Jan. 29.-Turning the
"hose" on the fires of bolshevism in
the state of Montana by "remedial
legislation" that will remove the
reason for the existence of the alli
ance of conservative and radical ele
ments is, briefly summarized, the
plan of the "Montana Loyalty
league," whosq state field man, P.
B. Churchill of Helena, is in Ana
conda today to begin the work of or
ganization of the city's business in
terests to carry on an "educational"
campaign among members of the
"anarchistic" groups, which the
league has mapped out for the next
This two-year program among the
members of the I. W. W. and of the
Nonpartisan league is designed, says
Mr. Churchill, to show many of them
who feel that their ends can only be
attained through these organizations
that the business men of the loyalty
league, which numbers 30,000 resi
-deits of Montana on:,W rostef, will
Swrkl .with them to 4tithaehl "cor,
tive, lg:iattito": deire and
Iwill aslat tMwi. 3n, p RiPg. the 're
.suits t4 wish t4ai5curagn 3 .l imore
You Can't Have Friends
(Ina P. Williams Series.)
It sort of seems
If you're going to be
You CAN'T HAVE FRIENDS,
Said Ina P. Williams, 1
The Lady from Yakima,
For after the legislature
* * * ii
I went all over the state 1
Talking to women's clubs,
The LEGISLATORS 1
Would be so NICE to me,
They would send down
Their automobiles to meet me,
And Invite me to DINNER,
And take me over the town, I
And I would get so I
* * * I
For they were all
And I didn't have
* * *
And it is HUMAN NATURE
To want to PLEASE, I
But if I acce ted *
How would I feel the next day
When the women asked me I
To tell them about
S* * I
Of their legislators.
I suppose a MAN I
* * *I
Would say something pleasant
And pass it off,
But I COULDN'T do that
With WOMI~N )l1 over the state
* * *
DEPENDING on me.
I remember ance
In Kittitas couIty
They asked re lbout
And I said: ."IHe's known
As one of the BEST
In all the State,
And if it's BACON you want
You better send him again."
But after that he acted
As if I hadn't treated him
And I told him: "I thought
You used to be PROUD
Of being a clever
Over in Olympia."
"Well, that's the way," he said,
"The game is played.
But you never talk of it
THAT WAY AT HOME."
And so I'm afraid
I've got to cut out friends.
And these pBeptions
Where I alway. meet
The wives of Senators
And have to HURT 1.
I guess it's better
To be independent
Of course they pay
You never can SUCCEED
By ANTAGONIZING folks,
But maybe there's one thing
Than some kind of success,
And that Its'PIBLICITY
Among the PEOPLE
Oi rWHY you FAILED.
quickly and ettigiently and "patri
otically," than by *n alliance with the
destructive- forces which in the end
will bring aboqt the ruin of national
"ideal'" ana priiiciples preserved at
such a co.t..
Ae , bigd get your
frrrl or -vu can't
y :: In,, the
; m ý .. . .. .............. . . i
I WILL MEET I,
I TOMORROW i
I NIGHT AT8 i
i O'CLOCK IN I
I Will come up in
- relation to the Ad
]I_ club of utte and
I the working class
* clnbiuofuutte andni
* Bring a Friend
NOTICE TO CliEDITOIIS.
Estate of Peter Nykanen, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the un
ldersigned administratrix of the es
tate of Peter Nykanen, deceased, to
the creditors of and all persons hav
ing claims against the said deceased,
to exhibit them, with the necessary
vouchers, within four months att r
the first publication of this notice.
to the said administrator at the of
fice of Maury & Melzner. 43 Hirbour
building, iutte, Mont., the same be
ing the place for the transaction of
the business of said estate, in the
county of Silver Bow, state of Mon
Administratrix of the estate of
Peter Nykanen, deceased.
Dated Butte, Mont., this 8th day of
(First publication Jan. 8, 1919.)
NOTICE TO CIEI)ITORI S.
Estate of Barney Gallagher, deceasel.
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned administrator of the es
tate of Barney Gallagher, deceased,
to the creditors of and all persons
having claims against the said de
ceased, to exhibit them, with the nec
essary vouchers within four months
after the first publication of this no
tice, to the said administrator at the
office of Nolaf & Donovan, 308
Lewisohn, block, Butte, the same be
ing the place for the transaction of
the business of said estate, in the
county of Silver Bow, State of Mon
Administrator of the estate of
Barney Gallagher, deceased.
Dated Butte, Mont., this 7th da3
of January, 1919.
(First Publication Jan. 8. 1919.)
In the district court of the Second
Judicial district of the state of
.Montana in and for the county of
In the matter of the application of
the schumacher company, a cor
poration, for a judgment of disso
To all whom it may concern:
You andi each of you will please
take nnticS that on Jan. 23, 191.9, a
voluntary petition praying that the
Schumachtlr company, a Monti:.in
corporati)on be dissolved by the
judgmntit of the aboyv entitled court,
was filtd in the abovA entitled court
and mnlttr !and that any pertsn mnv
file his t,l hctions to the application
in said s.ourt and inatter at any [ltue
within :' lays after the first publi
cation tf this notice..
"Dated Jan. 23 I. ;' . -,
(Seal. .. L, ,
By Lehny rdl 1R. T :"Deputy.
- t ui the ~ ~f~tlie court,
-z; - - -
EFFORT TO HELP PAL
COSTS HIM $20 FINE
Stillen Tried to Drive Com
plainant Away by Im-r
Because he tried to help his pal
avoid prosecution on a charge of rob
bery. Mike Stillen paid a fine of $20
in the police court yesterday after
noon for impersonating an officer.
Testipiony showed that Stillen repre
sented himself as a police overseer or
inspector to Mamnie Anderson, col
ored, who was comnplaining witness
against Robert Hall, who was bound
over in a local justice court yester
day on a charge of stealing two rings
from the negress, and told her if she
did not leave town before the case
against Ball was called she would be
thrown into jail.
During the justice court trial yes
terday the colored woman pointed
out Stillen as the man who tried to
force her to leave town, and lie wais
arrested on the charge of inmper
sonating an officer. He was a witness
CITY AND COUNTY RECORDS
MARRIAGE I ICNS-ES.
])omenick Giacoletto 125). Bultte,
and Maniie Craver ( 17). Iut1e.
Isaac Smith 149). Ilutle, and Ma
deline Chrysler (41 ), Butte.
Edgar C. Weatherby I45). Butte.
and Adelia H. Larson 145). Butte.
Charles A. Pearce (22 ), Butte,.
ind L.eona Fallon (21)1. lButte.
Norihey-To' M. and Mrs. hlarry
Northey. 1112 Fourth a;'en e, ,1ap.
26, a bo} .
llyan-T'o Mr. and iMrs. James
IRyan, 417 Gardner avenue,. .an 27, a
IN DISITRIIICT C'OU'lRT.
Probatec-Arlin R. Ayors appoint
ed admtlinistrator of estate of Arlin
A. Ayors; A. Zacharo Paulos ap
poinltetl admlinistratior of estatle of
l)eniosthines Kitros; petition by
Jane( 11. ('Carpenter for administration
(if estate of' Jl. relliah (1errolls.
.1 dgmellns-)Decree of i divorce
granted the plaintiff in case of Mary
Ma oney against T. J. Maroney.
Charlie Yen to \Vong Thoon Yen,
one-half'interest in lot 24, block 4.
Hopkins addition; $1.
Sadie L. Patterson to .1ose.p(lh L.
Patterson, portion of lot1 (1, 7 and 8,
block 8, Butte; $1.
Sadie L. Anderson to Joseplh L.
Patterson, portion of lot 6. ilock 8.
Butte and south 10 feet of lot 11,
block 4, Leggat & Foster; $1.
Miners Sa\ings Bannk inild Trust
colmpany to Orville II. Finney, lot 8
and south half of lot 5, block 1 2, O(il
man addition; $1.
Walter E. Collins trustee to Joseph
C. IDonnelly, fractional lot 4. 5. (i anid
7, block :,. Grand Avenue addition;
Bozo lianas to Lucy V it kovich,
one-half interest Schwitzer lode; $1.
WValter Broeen et ux. to Jalnmes Mc
Carthy lot 15, block 1!9, Nves &
Upton Railroad addition; $1.
I). XW. Tilton el ux. to O. . 'Tilton,
C. ,. Tilton, Vl. L Tilton and lIelrn
Tilton-Murphy, Only Chance and At
11ichnel I s(ti
215 Nn rl \WVy11 ting
MAT.IRICE F. KI LEY
1101) W. Woolman. Phone 2610-J.
C[,mennt Work, Ceimct erv
Copings. Prives Rigll.
DEATHS AND l'UNEI1ALIS.
,Jackson--The funeral of the late
A. A. Jackson will be held at the
Daniels & Bilboa funeril chapel at a
time which will be announced later.
Downey-The remains of the late
Timothy Downey will be removed to
day from the Daniels & Bilboa un
dertaking parlors to the home of his
sister, MiXrs. Patrick Deasy, 137 Mis
soula avenue, where the funeral will
take place at a time which will be
announced later. Intermentl will he
made in the family plot in Holy
DANIELS & BILBOA
Undertakers and Embalmers
125 East Park St., Butte. Phone 888
Residence Phone 4817-W.
Auto and Carriae Equipment
Rellable Undertaker and Embalmer
822 North Main Street
SHERMAN & REED
UNDERTAKERS and EM.IBALMERI-'
Automnoblle alid Carriage Equipment
Broadway and Ario~sr.," Phone 57
The WESTERN MEAT COMPANY
PHONE 1332 121 E. PARK 'ST.
Current Market Prices on Meats and Provisions
FRESH SMOKED PICNIC HAMS, Ib......................-------.. 25c
BQNELE:SS ROLLED HAMS, lb. .............-....--.......280
GOOD BUTTER, Ib..;:... . 55c
No. 1 CREAMERY BUTTER, Ib.........................----------------.. c
FRESH EGGS Per Doz...........-----------------------........................ 60c
No. 3 PURE LARD ............................ ----........5c
No. 5 PURE LARD ..... ...................------------------------$1.5
No. 10 PURE LARD ............----------------------......... $2.40
ALL CUTS OF BEEF ROAST, per Ib. ....................171/2c
BOILING BEEF, per Ib..........-------------------.............................. 15c
ALL CUTS OF BEEF STEAK; Ib......... ...........---- .........25c'
VE:AL ROAST, Ib......................................--------------------------20c
VEAL STEW, Ib..........................................---------------------------....15c
VEAL STEAK, ALL CUTS, Ib. ....------------ 25c
YOUNG PIGS, SIDE, per Ib......................-...... 23c
All our meats are government inspected. Be thrifty,
take advantage of these prices and save from 25 to 40
cents on the dollar by buying your meats and provisions'
at The Western Meat Company, 121 East Park street,
WHERE EVERYBODY BUYS
. , . .,,c
lantic lodes and one-half Highland
and one-third L. (. 0. lodes; $1.
James L,. Weiser et ux. to 1. E. Lii
hIens et ux., lot .1 and north half of
lot 5, block 5. George Cobban addi
George Manwaring to Joseph H.
Manwaring, lots 12 and 13, block 25,
Home addition; $1.
And danee every Thursday at Ste
vens & Manley hall.
By P. W. FLYNN.
IF YOU WANT WHAT YOU WANT WHEN YOU WANT IT
BULLETIN WANT ADS
1 CENT i" NCE WORD . ,, 15CENTS
1 CENT IN ADVANCE LESS THAN15 CENTS
MALE HELP WANTED
ARE YOU SICK OiR CRIPPLED?
A few treatments of CHIRIOPRAC
TIC will relieve you. At any rate
give it a trial. Quit drugs. Avoid
the operation. See Flora W. Emery,
Room 9 Silver Bow block.
WANTEDI-Ambitious men to pre
pare for promotion. Write or call
on International Correspondence
Schools, basement No. 1 W. Broad
RIITURNEI) SOLDIERS wishing to
advertise for work can use the
want ad columlns of the Daily Bul
letin free of charge. Do not be
backward in taking advantage of this
offer, we are glad to be of service to
IRETURlNED soldier's wife wants (lay
work. Answer lBox 101 Bulletin.
WANTED TO BUY
\VAN'TII" T1O IlUY- A good second
hand Ford, cheap for cash. 123 '.
COMFOIIT KIT--A returned soltlier
will exchange '(omfort Kit" (giv
en him by patriotic flag-wavers on
his departure for war) for a meal
ticket. Address Box 108, care Bul
NICE, clean, hiated, furnished
sleeping rooms, ,, I and up; also
lousiekeeping rooms $14 and up. 510
E. Park st.
IFURINISHED), steam heated rooms)
from $3.50 up. 209 Colorado st.,
WHY hunt rooms, when you can get
themn in any part of the city at any
price. Muller hotel, opposite Mil
waukee depot, phone 777. Stevens
block, 144 WV. Park, phone 755. Dor
othy block, 101 E. Granite., p. 457.
One management , Mrs. E. Paxson.
FOR RENT - Two-room furnished
house; lights and water, 318
Kemper ave. Clean. Call City
Hemstitching and Braiding
BRlAIDING, hemstitching and picot
ing. 101 Pennsylvania block. M.
GARAGES FOR RENT
LARGE BUILDING, good location
for garage; close in. 1424-26-28
Harrison ave. Apply James M. Ab
rams, on proper'y. Will lease.
HAVE your children's hair cut at
E. J. Swaidner's barber shop,
1331/ W. Broadway.
CLEANERS AND DYERS
-AMERICAN Dyeing & Cleaning Wks
1341 Harrison,ave. Phone 131.
IF Y I Q(J Et iLIT IIWANT. j j 'j 1T
AT THE AGE OF 83
Portland, Ore., Jan. 29.-Henry
L. Pittock, publisher of the Orego
nian for nearly 60 years, (lied here
at 11:10 o'clock last night following
an illness of several weeks from in
fluenza and complications. He was
83 years of age.
Four daughters, one son, two
brothers and two sisters survive the
publisher. Mrs. Pittock (lied last
FIVE THOUSAND WORKERS
wanted to buy $5 worth of stock
In The Bulletin Publishing Co.
. E'AL ESTATE
546 DEONIX LK PHONE 3699W
\VANTED TO IBOlItOWV---$800 for
two years at 10 per cent on inl
proved property on the flat. Addrcs.t
It. A. M.. care Bulletin.
FOR SALE-3-roonm house and on,
or two acres, near Lake Avoca;
city water. Terms. Address A. F. F.,
REYNOLDI)S & SYPHER
Real estate, fire insurance, at lowest
rates. Money to loan on real
estate. Phone 1605, 84-85 Uwsloy
ClIT'rY EGGS, 90c dozen. 215 W. Mer:
cury or the Big Green Coop, Co
FOR SALE - Five pool tables.
George Kaloff, 123 S. Wyoming
st. Telephone 1160-W.
UNREDEEMED watches at a sac
rilice at Uncle Sam's Loan office.
11 S. Wyoming st.
MONEY TO T5OAN
MONEY advanced on Liberty bonds,
diamonds, watches, jewelry and
other articles of value; square deal.
People's Loan office, 28½ E. Park.
MONEY LOANED at 3 per cent. Dia
monds, jewelry, Liberty bonds.
Mcse Linz, upstairs jeweler.
DISCHARGE PAPERS of C. J. Ba
zalgette. Finder please return to
the Bulletin, 101 S. Idaho.
Furniture and Piano Moving
A. STEINBORN, moving of all kinds.
1017 Nevada. Office phone 1059;
residence phone 4076-J.
Friends we feed,
Friends we meet,
Come to the "Potiy:'
Chile to eat.
LEWIS & WALKER, assayers and
chemists, 108 N. Wyoming. Phone
WANTED-Cars to repair by expert
at 417% S. Idaho.
Pianos Tuned and Repaired
GUYON. 600 S. Clark Ave. 658,5-J.