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DDAY'S BUTTE NEWS CONDENSED
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Iharles A. Braisier, who left Butte
July with, a contingent of ma
is for Mare Island and who has
ie been stationed at Quantico, Va.,
lack in Butte. Mrs. Braisier, who
been with her parents at Colum
Falls, also has returned and they
e reoccupied their residence at
,eo F. McDonald, formerly man
r of the Montana Mattress cornm
y and now manager of a furni
" store at Pocatello, is in Butte
a few days visiting friends. He
just returned from the east,
,re he had been on a buying trip.
ity police emptied their wine cel
yesterday morning and sent a
:kload of confiscated beer, wine
whiskey to the county, where it
stored with the stock held under
L and key by County Attorney
uit was started in the distrjct
rt yesterday by the Van Duyne
'an Fixtures company against C.
Miller, claiming $344.71 alleged
the plaintiff from the defendant
a quantity of merchandise sold
latter by the St. Paul Showcase
Fixture company, which obliga
iis said to have been transferred
'eter Ray paid a fine of $10 in
police court yesterday on the
rge of permitting ice and snow
remain on the sidewalks before
home at Washington and Gran
He told the court he worked
ists and was sleeping at the time
lcer Mitchell found the walk cov
1 with snow.
'he Rev. C. A. Rexroad, Butte
:Jnless handled in a cleanly
Nay--sanitarily prepared and
laintly served, it loses its ca
pacity to satisfy your appetite.
VOU ARE PERMITTED TO
ýO THROlUGIl OUR KITCHEN
kT ANY TIME.
r1 Spokane Cafe
Samn and John Kenoffel.
111 S. MAIN STREET.
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WHIEN MEMORY FAILS
What would you think of
a mlan who kept his busi
ness records in his head?
What would you think of
him if he neglected to re
cord his .payments? Or
take a receipt?
You assume that, being
once paid, the bill is sat
isfied? But what if the
other fellow keeps no
record, or credits some
body else by mistake?
Where, then, do , you
Every reeurned check
automatically becomes a
receipt. It records his
name, the date, the
amount, your signature
and his signed indorse
ment on the back.
Four per cent paid on
savings accounts and cer
tificates of deposit.
- ITI IIll I i II
Another Addition to
Union Dentist Perfection
We have just secured the services of
)r. Kean, an xcieptioiiu plate special
ist. lle is here to give every patroii
the height of his proticienit services in
this line of work.
We can now offer our patrons a higher, more
efficient service than ever before.
32-- RIA LTO 'PUILDI'NG'rSsFl.
DR. HEINE, Mgr.
LADY IN ATTENDANCE
Of your entire tooth troubles-this does not
obligate you to us. We want your entire
< .sa fs-dtldn. '
minister, who enlisted as chaplain
shortly after the United States enu
tered the war, has won the Belgian
Croix de Guerre. In a letter' to tv
friend he tells of the achievement
and also writes his experiences. He
has great praise for the American
soldiers, and the Butte boys espe
cially. He is now near Le ManS,
about 100 miles southwest of Paris.
Miss Mary Normanly, 532 East
Mercury street, who was painfully
injured by a fall on the ice at Lake
Avoca Sunday, is recovering and ex
pects to be out in a few days.
Wilbur Samson returned from
Camp Lewis last night, where he had
been stationed for several months.
He will visit with his sister, Mrs.
Tom F. McDonald, for a few days
and then leave for his home in
Deputy Sherift Mike Borick ar
rested Harry Walker of the Jewell
cafe yesterday afternoon on a charge
of bootlegging. It is said a quantity
of liquor was found and removed
from the premises.
Dr. M. J. Scott contributed $10 to
the city treasury yesterday afternoon
in the police court for failing to
clear snow and ice off the sidewalk
in front of his property on East Park
street. The Nadcau Investment com
pany was charged with failing to
clean a walk at Galena and Wyoming,
but the case was dismissed when Mr.
Nadeau showed that responsibility
for the condition of the walk rested
with a tenant.
Articles of incorporation were
filed yesterday with the county clerk
and recorder by the Argentine Oil
company. The capital stock of the
company is $100,000, with a par
,value of $10 per share. The directors'
names are J. H. Warner, Oscar Rohn,
L. P. Saunders, J. Bruce Kremer and
P. F. Beaudin. The principal place of
business of the company will be in
Mrs. Grace Toy, 821 Empire
street, has received a letter from her
son William, whose greatest happi
ness came when, with other Yanks,
he crossed the Rhine Dec. 13 at
11:30 o'clock in the morning. He
claims it was a grand and glorious
feeling after the struggles to attain
this goal. "Billy" is a Butte boy and
is well known here. He also says in
his letter that he and some com
panions are living in German hluses,
and while at first the people were a
little afraid of the Yanks, they soon
warmed up and gave them much
good stuff to eat. Young Toy adds
that among the luxuries once in a
while is a piece of deer meat, for
there is game in the vicinity.
Mrs. Rose D. Rittman, high chief
ranger of the national organization
of the Ladies' Catholic Order of For
esters, who has been in Butte look
ing over the local court, left yester
day for Lewistown and Great Falls,
where she will continue her tour of
inspection. During her stay here she
was entertained by the women of the
Butte court and told many interest
ing stories of the work of the order
during the war. She stated, among
other things, that the first volunteer
Red Cross nurse to go oversees was
Miss Margaret Sieffried of the Mil
In a bulletin received by Butte
postal employes yesterday from the
National Association of Postoffice
Clerks, promise of an increase of $8
a month in salaries for the year be
ginning July 1 is made. According
to the bulletin, the sub-committee of
the senate has recommended that
clerks and carriers in the grades
from $1,000 to $1,500 receive an in
crease of $100 a year.
MAY OUST CHASE
FROM BIG LEAGUE
(By United. Press.)
New York, Jan. 30.-Whether Hal
Chase will be allowed to play ball in
the big league again will be decided
at a hearing here today.
Manager Mathewson brought
grave charges against the first base
man of the Cincinnati Nationals last
August and the hearing was finally
set for today.
UP IN THE AIR 0
(By ANISE in Seattle Union Record.) M
Pretty cold, wasn't it,
Up in the air
At the gorgeous height
Of thirty thousand feet U
Which British AVIATORS U
HravVe at last * *
ATTAINED! l .
That's TWICE as high M
As Mount Rainer, U
And of course NOBODY
Can ever BREATHE there,
And so they carried
* * * U
OXYGEN BAGS, J
And one of the men, U
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Broke his aparatus
And FAINTED U
At twenty thousand feet. U
But his companion •
Kept right on,
For what is a HUMAN LIFE
Beside the glory
Of HUMAN MACHINERY!
And so they both reached
That terrific height
* * * U
And broke all records,
They are in the hospital U
With hands and feet
By the COLD WINDS
Of OUTER SPACE,
And they have their names. U
In all the papers. g
* * *
(And, after all,
Their way of killing themselves ,
Isn't as useless
As lots of other ways.) N
But I started thinking about
The MACHINES that men make
And how much GREATER they are
Than the men who make them. U
For men make AIRPLANES, *
And these go higher
Than men can live;
f And men make CAMERAS, U
And these see more
Than men can ever see; a
r And men build
A great MILITARY MACHINE
Which grinds into dust
Men, its MAKERS; V
And men have built
One machine after another
For the SAVING of LIABOR,
And the machines they built
Have ENSLAVED their makers
To labor more grinding,
1 More RAPID, more MONOTONOUS
And so I wondered
t Is really BOSS,
The men who make the machines
Or the machines
That MAKE the men
After their own image
And about this time
I found I was getting
Even more UP in the air
Than those air-men were.
"The Man With the Hoe."
Bowed by the weight of centuries
Upon his hoe and gazes on the
The emptiness of ages in his face,
And on his back the burden of the
Who made him dead to rapture and
A thing that 'grieves not and that
Stolid and stunned, a brother to the
O masters, lords, and rulers in all
How will the future reckon with this
How answer his brute question in
When whirlwinds of rebellion shake
How will it be with kingdoms and
With those who shape him to the
thing he is
When this dumb Terror shall reply
.tQ·o d. .. ,,+
After th.asileoe of-.,the, c~nturies?
F4wii Ma ttiam,
Will come up in_.
relation to the Ad i
club -of Butte and B
the, working class ;
Bring a Friend
h B ouine ss :
A Minnesota congress.manl haul
gone on record in favor or changing
the motto on the silver dollar. WVc
would think offhand that giving the
common People a little legislative
salt for the eagle's lail would be
much more important. We common
people find thle birds harder to get all
I hereby certify that the Marquette
pool and billiard hall is a fictitious
name used by me in conducting and
transacting business in Silver Bow
county, Mont.; that the said Mar
quette pool and billiard hall is lo
cated in the Thomas block at 43-51
West Park street, Butte, Silver Bow
county, Mont.;- that the sole owner
of said business &s~Christian Fanoni,
whose residence is 636 West Galena
street, Butte, Silver Bow county,
Mont.; that the said Christian Fa
noni is the sole owner of the said
Marquette pool and billiard hall.
State of Montana, County of Sil
ver Bow, ss.
On this Sth day of January, A. 1).
1919, before me, A. B. Melzner, a
notary public for the state of Mloii
tana, personally appeared Christian
Fanoni, known to me to be the per
son who signed and executed the
foregoing certificate and acknowl
edged to inc that he executed the
In witness whereof I have here
unto set my hand and affixed my of
ficial seal the day and year above
written. A. B. MELZNER,
Notary Public for the State of Mon
tana, I:esiding at Butte, Mont. My
Commission Expfres Jan. 9, 1920.
(First Publication Jan. 9, 1919.)
In the district co0Ft of the Second
Judicial district of the state of
Montana in and for the county of
In the matter of the application ofi
the Schumacher company, a cor
poration, for a judgment of disso
To all whom it may concern:
You and each of you will please
take notice' that on Jan. 23, 1919, a
voluntary petitiopl praying that the
Sehuma;leh1r company, a Montana
corporatlt.n be dissolved by the
judgment of the above entitled court,
was filed in the abo-e entitled court
and mui.ttr uand that any person may
file his obijctions to. the application
in said court and matter at any time
within :iye drys after the first publi
cation of this notice.
Dated ian. 23, 1919.
(Seal.. ,t1 e ab i LeEr
i By I.ionard E. Th -ma. Deputy.
Clertki c the above eatitle.erurt,
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and written by Bulletin readers.
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STAfll' IT IN IIUT'E.
Trhe master class evidentiy have
decided to allow the IRussians Lto
work out their own d.estiny. It is
well they may, because the workers
of Russia will at any rate do that.
The soviets after 15 months have l
won their way into the hearts io the
RIussian people. and no power on
earth can easilyi crush thl-i. The
all important! dil;y of tilhe workers of
America. at the plresnt liime' is to
learni of the worl of the so\iet gov
erinltent andll to get busy and estab
lish the dictatorship of the proleta
riat in America. Start in Butte ,at
the April electin and that will gite
heart to the workers of America and
the ge.neral strike wll II hasten the t
rest. C. G.
ARE GETTING LOW
t13.ý inited Press.)
Juneau, Alaska, ,Jan. 30.---Pioneer
men anld womn of Alaska are te
ing deprived of their regular pen
siots, templorarily. The quarterly ill
stallment due the first of the year
and the following one cannot be paid,
due to lack of funds, until the legis
lature this summer, depriving the
people of their money for practically
This situation is due to an un
usually heavy drain on the Ifund duir
in g the past year, the total being far
in excess of tile legislature's expecta
I ,e believe that opportunity raps
mI'ore thant once, but we don't believe
I that it cami ps on a tt itnl's door:lep.l.
I(L1IA I NOTICE.
I NOT'ION TO Cl.ED)ITORS.
Estate of Edward Har-riss, dteceasedt.
* Notice is hereby given by the un
I dersigned, adItinistratrix of the es
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the creditors of and all persons ha1v
ing claims against the balid deceased,
to exhibit tlhem, with the necessary
vouchers, within four months after
the first. publication of this notice. to
the said administratrix at the office
of 11. A. Tyvand, attorney at, law, 57
Silver Bow block. Butte, Montana,
the same being the place for the
transaction of the business of said
e:tate, in the county of Silver Bow,
state of 'Montana.
JENNY A. HARRIS.
Administratrix of the Estate of Ed
ward Harris, leceased.
Dated Butte, Montana, this 29th
lday of January, 1919.
First publication Jan. 30, 1919.
215 Nortlh \V'yoimiiig
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I'EAT1IS AND I)U4';EALS.
Jackson---The funeral of the late
A. A. Jackson will be hold at tile
D)aniels & Bilboa funeral chapel to
morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. In
termnlent ill Mountain View cemetery.
1)owney --The remains of the late
Timniothy Downey were moved yester
dlay front the Daniels & Billoma un
dertaking parlors to the home of his
sister, Mrs. Patrick Deasey, 13:7 Mis
soula avenule, where thi' funeral will
take place at a time which will be
DANIELS & BILBOA
Undertakers and Emnbalmer
125 East Park St., Butte. Phone 888
Residence Phone 4317-W.
Auto and Carriage EquilmAnt
Reliable Undertaker and Embalmer
822 North Main Street
Ilnringltonl--At the residence of
her idaughter, Mrs. James McCarthy,
717 East Summit street, last eve
ning, Mrs. Harrington, aged 86
years. She is survived by two sons,
Patrick, of Los Angeles, and Philip,
of Seattle. and a daughter, Mrs. John
Regan of lHotlandaie. Wis , and also
15 grandchildren and three great
Sgrandchildren. The funeral will be
held at the residence oi Mrs. Mc
Carthy at a time to be announced
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By NICOLAI LENINE
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COMFORT KIT--A returned(l solliti
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his departure for war) for a meal
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WHY hunt roomns, when you can get
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GARAGES FOR RENT
LA RGE BUILDING, good location
for garage; close in. 1424-26-28
Harrison ave. Apply James M. Ab
rams, on property. Will lease.
HAVE your childrrtl's hair cut at
E. J. Swaidner's barber shop,
133½ W. Broadway.
CLEANERS AND DYERS
AMERICAN Dyeing & Cleaning Wks
1341 Harrison ave. Phone 131.
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IF YOU D1 -~I tSiEE lATIYOU WANTA tiSE R II
ASK THE BOYS.
Those who speak of their sons or
brothers coming through the war
"without a scratch" forget about thu
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WANTED TO BORROW---$800 for
two years at 14) .er cent on im
proved property on the flat. Addres.,
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FOR SAL.E-T1-room lhouse cheap,
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city water. Terms. Address A. F. F.,
ItEYNOLDS & SYPHER
Real estate, fire insurance, at lowest
rates. Money to loan on real
estate. Phone 1665, 84-85 uwsley
CI'TY EGGS, 90c dozen. 215 \W. Mer
cury or the Big Green Coop, Co
FOR SALE - Five pool tables.
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st. Telephone 1'160-W.
UNREDEEMED watches at a sac
rifice at Uncle Sam's Loan office.
11 S. Wyoming st.
FURNITURE FOR SALE
FOP SALE--Heating stove, $8; rug,
$14; chiffonier, $14; dining room
set, $30. Call at 301 W. Copper.
FOR SALE-Furniture of 4-room
modern house; house for rent. 619
S. Idaho st.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY advanced on Liberty bonds,
diamonds, watches, jewelry and
other articles of value; square deal.
People's Loan office, 281 E. Park.
MONEY LOANED at 3 per cent. Dia
monds, jewelry, Liberty bonds.
Mese Linz, upstairs ieweler.
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residence phone 4076-J.
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Friends we meet,
Come to the "Pony"
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