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FREEDOM FOR CLASS WAR PRISONERS.
The \workers of ilt .ssia freed their conurades I'romn siblrid.
Ill i;e nilany. \llu tria. Il lgaria 'il nd l inlll lnia Ihe I .lstile d(oors'
were forced op1en by the l Iower ,f' the tlilers. Andl ira\" t.onles
111 \\v rl that thll e ..intl eineril l's are i ll' e I'released. e idenit ly
bec''tl tse Iof th ,e r i li~i, Itde. 1' re\voltliitl, . - (t reat Itt'iillt.
All over Ihe \\,.rlbl '.lt's w\'r prisi ners are being released,
eilher iy the tirectl or i irirc l t' ure i ,,' I lth i. Eve'rywlere tlhe
s-u..(l laelle (1,,1' o cll' , I hosll e \ h1, ;lod bIy II n principles ilI
ithe darkest lntte. are tei.ng i'eleased fro'nt the tenths. Every
\where l hIeav .- doors are sv\\itgit..g ilgon their hiniges and the
stun again kissing the faces (1Ii those who have been ineareer
aledit in gravel s iled i rullt s. I'tveryl\\lt v er e ht e t , tl s it ' ilb
A tlhousal il shameI s 1i tt ti i c'l tihat \\ill s.tlai1 t eek ly Iby
w hilst their c'. .tl .les lie a dl .,t in ijail.
A thousalll lshames uI c,, 11c ' t t.l will ha\e' its oe ergies
chained iuld ilts mill benull llel i by a set ,1' hilor fI' kirs.
A tho tlusaien shlames l1, atl clss that benulds its back, \lhiln1e
at every kick .u.l licks the Ihan l dt t 'hat r's thll e t.
Tlhis is the antl ,,1' Liinc lti, . 1i' I ~aiie. it1' tlal' relsotll: a.nl yet
(;lieo l)ebs ta(e' death in the Ilenilentiary.
Thisi is the lnd that hats the tlat tie i, ' l ibertilt. I, herald tnew
coni ers as they einter the laui ; yet "H'l ll' llay\\t odi lies in juil.
This is the country \there Iat'rik Hlenry criedI "'(live nme
liberty .'r give mei death. I yet' tli itl l re s it,' I 'our ilass tare chained
In prtisiion iats becauise they iottight fio ireedtlmn.
ihottl lie the last t l elp release their c.1 tmrades.
W\ hy callt we Io et h, l l . \\ .ti' to 1 ii'a labt'r f'akitis. Ith li e lwho a keel)
tn dividedl? Tleyi .ae the w\rst .tienies we have. 'Tltey are
lthe tnes who really nur ilera'l Lieblckniechlt. h an wh r tle staltild
ing ill the way ill Ilritain. Loinik h.i .. Scliedenian bolstlered
ul the kn.iser mid hyI-, taolpers l.hbnobs with kings and voices
the inter'ests i ' lirthial itnierialli-imtl. l w inat yv tites have
the workers. the tank min tile. stood upl aind acetl the nmasterts,
only t(, b helbe ayed or deceived by illlernati,(,nal so-culled of
tlinu i e \\'urkers ofI riti int nrt'e no.l,\ te lling these Ifakir's t
g'el on ne stle .i tl. nd nl I Ii itell. mainy Seau le iutio s have ile
Siid Ie a st aild \vwith thieir' fellow \Vr'ler's againtst the Imandlates
of their intertnatitna l lea.lhes. \lho drive to qtuiet the \vorker.
so that the ntaslet's 'might skin lieth t better.
The labtor fakir is the greatest walipon that the ruling la.iss
has. lie, like ualus. Isu'ari'it. sits a the tible and lpretends to be
ile ofi the lo,.k. whilst at the s.u .te lite he schetmes iili con
Irives to deceive, to mistlead, to belt yv.
Look at the lPut American conl'ference at Lar'edo, Texas:; the
Mexican toiler's appealed for the liberation .it' class \\war pris
oters in America ,ntly to be aniswered and tibused by fakitrs
\vho challenge the Indian deceivers for lying.
This enemy in iiu' midst is a thousand fold more harmful
than the enemy outllsidle the gates. These labor fakirs must be
defeated by the workers uniting into one organization with a
County Officers Gather in
Record-Sized Cache of
Dry Period at American
Officers of the county attorney's
office executed yesterday afternoon
the biggest liquor seizure since the
advent of prohibition when they en
tered the bar of the American house:
conducted in Walkerville by Prato &
(fi;lrola, and remlloved a cache val
ued at between $7,010 and $10,000.
Five Itrucks, three large ones and l
two -iinaller, welre required to bring
lthe lined to the courthlouse, where it
was lolg'dged in safe keeping.
Includetld in the stock were 70 bar
rels of whisky and iwine, 3 kegs or
c-:-' ,, h,.f barrel of brandy. 15 cases
.f brandy, 17 cases of bonded whis
. u. cases lo rarei wlnes, and large
quantities of cognac, chartreaux,
'French liquor, champnagne, and soale
20 barrels of bottled beer.
Together with the liquor and other
heverages seized, a slot machine, a
gambling Iuble and a wheel were tak
elln by the officers.
The vast. store of liquor was found
in a dugout at the real: of the bar
IooIn. The barrels were piled three
tiers high. while the cases of wet
goods reached from floor to ceiling.
MANY USERSOF ORUGS
BEFORE JUDGE WHITTY
Three Sent to Jail and Two
Held for the Federal
Five mein who admitted being ad
di(cted to the u:s of drugs were be
fore Jtdge P'. J. Whitty ill city po
lie court y(esterday. Three orf them
wetre sent to jail to serve 10-day
sentences for vallgrlncy atind two were
dischargedl by the city authorities.
1>d 'Thomas and G. S. Stewart were
fotund guilty of vagrancy yetsterday
aftelrnoon and comniitled to jail for
0 days. 'l'homiiis tol ldthe court he
was born in Illtte, andt while he de
nied using drugs, he admitted hav
ing be(On arrested a nulmbler of times
\whlile' ill the colmplany of drug lusers.
Siiewart' admiitted thet' use of drugs
and the officers found a drug layout
in his roolm, the court was told.
Ed 'Todd begged for a chance to
leave town and told Judge WVhitty his
homnle was i \l Missoula, where he re
sided since leaving Ilultte when givet:l
ian olpportunity to ito so by Judge
\V hitty several mlionths ago. The
court gave him 10 days in jail.
W. It. Sargent and ,laick Gillis were
discharged by the( collrlt, after hav
ing obtaineld a continullance the previ
ous day. They were held upon or
ders frot-i thlie agents of tilhe depart
mnint of justice. Judge W'hittty said
Union Stock Holders in the
Butte. Daily Bulletin
UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AMERICA-Locals: Sand Coulee
Stocket, Roundup, Lehigh, Klein.
FEDERAL LABOR UNION--Lvlngston.
MACHINISTS' 'UNION--Great Falls, Butte, Livingston,
MACHINISTS' HELPERS' UNION-Great Falls. Butte.
CEREAL WORKERS-Great Falls.
ELECTRICIANS' UNION-Livingston, Butte.
BAKERS' UNION-Great Falls.
SHOE WORKERS-Great Falls.
PLASTERERS' UNION-Great Falls.
RAILWAY CAR REPAIRERS-Lvingston.
BREWERY WORKERS' UNION-,-Butte.
HOD CARRIERS' UNION-Livingston and Butte.
STREET CAR MEN'S UNION-Butte.
METAL MINE WORKERS' UNION (Independent)-Butte.
PRINTING PRESSMEN'S UNION-Butte.
STEREOTYPERS AND ELECTROTYPERS' UNION-..tte.
BRIDGE AND STRUCTURAL IRON WORKERS-BUTTE.
BROTHERHOOD BOILERMAKERS AND HELPERS--Butte
STEAM AND OPERATING ENGINEERS-Great Falls.
AND THOUSANDS OF INDIVIDUALS IN BUTTE AND MONTANA
class vicwpoint. thentle I' akit has it soil in which to sow his
seeds of deslruc elio, n anl divisionl.
N'We can andl \\e will sh\ow up and tearn these fakii's from their
seals of intrig.e. This must be donle. The worke'rs of this
countrlly are beiing lield ini the background by these fakit's more
than by any otlher' Ililg we know if. The jail doors could have,
and woull have beeIn openeed lon g ao had it not beeni for these
.Judases that iose as laIo' tleaes. Everyoie despise .Sohiede
tmanUl, buit we have this sante lypem in America. They bark
as their imtaste'rs shou; Ithey talk as the masters bid them.
We must thiow them oilff. ell them to carry theit' orders to
fhe devil. No more will we appeal to hent fI'or sanwlions, for
thelii good will to permit Its ito fg lit logether, protect each
liur true 'iotlad_,es are in jail suffering the horrort's of the
lpeniiltentialries of' this countrl , \\hlilst these labor tfakirs are
witting ant dining. with the plates. Genci I)ebs, the noblest
,so l that ever' lbroke bientli, now\\ in his sixties, faces the end in
the ldark. cltl priso. c(ellar,. whilst (cotmilu ers insutilts the Ital
inu worker's. is shuntined by the Fretnch. and the English
Ioileris despise hin, Ibetenu lie cries the cry' of implerialisml
and lights thle efforts i1f' the toilers I'or freediom.
The htil dotors must he o tpened. Those whio fI'ought for us
must bie freed. They want its, we nteed thetm.
Steak, write. prolpagte. Let your voices be hIec 'id and tell
your fellow\\ worket's what Ihey are doiing to your c.lass. Arouse
then tlrout the stinl)'r thalt the imtasters' hireliings have hypno
lized them into. (Orgaonize Ithem on class lines. (Get the 1power,
fO'r it is ptower lthat will set comtrades free. They e.ai ,lt. drive
mus bcak. Tlhey killed and lvayoeted workers in I)ubliti and
Iok the lif e of Perse and Conn(I iolly, but that did int stop the
workers tof Ie'Ilanol in their march. No: tlihe Siu 'einers are
Sblie fIreed. IfI' they .) a ln it in Ireland i~t e can do it i i Aimer
ita. l'reedotii fIi' cilatss \war itprisoners. 'Le it ring again and
again. Lel it Ie h our' cry iiin sill, mine and fac'tory, otn the
hliglwayts aniuf Iyways. in our' aintes andt to our friends. Free
ilo li'or class wVar prisoner's!
'the only crime they have eututillted is the crimet of fight
ing far their class.
They shall ie free Frteedtilo. for (class war ptisonters.
POOR COPPER BARONS.
Durinig It'he war. lwhen thle wiirkers itruck against their em
iplyetr's anul dtematndled ithe aboilition of their hla.klistirng rus
tling catld. tI(,y w\\ere ctillled trailtor's. 11' they did not produce
the copper they were tol( that they were stabbi.ig the boys overI
there iii thle back.
The cry was I',i c.(lopper I, It dig harder attil Iprtodace the
prt'e'iiiious metal. "'\\' Ihavein't etminoughu." ithe c('mlpatny vwouild
wail, anl now, beholl, we are infl'ornwd b, their i llicial reooe
sentali\ e Iunt tlhetr e is ta sti,( k oin I.ia ofl ()' I .* nnf.O O.f) i. )
pouamils. \\ atl a dit''euti tItne? And\tl what is i Iiii'?
W ell. ill the uexI Ibreath Ihis poor rep' eset'ahlivt e of i e ipoor
in lteresl s lll, t11' ., IiiealledI eI onmiti l e ,'of minery., i Ilt the pool,,
c'olpll alli's lon e s I' .lt nll al)0,l00)I) every tiunw thi e ri, <.es I'(-oi` I
nceut. 'herl' I (,i e' , ii i ' xpe \\' t lie t at any un'tIIenI t IllaI these t !).i' , i
poverty-'Iriiic)ken '.pper b ratns will appeal I, Ille worker' Io
accepl t iti n ItIl i' l wo'agesi, becauseth ift' shey il 'il the pIit
ftuli ic t will go into Ianlkruptcy. T''his Hwy will say is
the ftairer', n ltre i e' sible. i more s e way )1'g dealitng w\t illhe astes
ugly situalins . his ii en the li Whiner will c n(.ei out andt' say iic it
misetry ofd unti pl yi ent.i t nd a possible 'redl liy l they are
bahy killers. etc.
The wor keI r who aiunie tln .ll,.t c s Ilsr ,e te ilt, ' ;t i e oft the masters
these days is indeed fli kl. ict..ese, itn ha\ e I , produced apl
abundance itf' copper you 1is se hcensrfl anti because you
weret goo'd andl faithful slail ytti \\i i! it tll abidt e by a reduc
til 'iI' tWoages for tyour bwo.est.' 'ak tae.
llO you believe that 'apital produes taniytllim?' so you te
lieve that the capitalist (hlass are necessary fur prodlction. and
distribution of wealth? Then go into ,Hw strike zone of
sotelle now the general strike is of, atl see havw much pro
duction the capitalists are carrying tlt u,,\\ that the workers
have (lnit. If the strike is a suecess the city will Ile practically
dead. I',n when living labor is taken out uf' prlldintlion there is
no production, for the working class pridule Ite world wealth
atl the capitalist class are pure . n rasites.
A li the A. l club met. had its little dilnler. li-leiied toa reci
talimi lo . lclnttush by Mr. McIntosh. siel'erlvI the reading of
.oe i, I he \Vhiiner's ignorant editorials. were informed that
Mr. Weinl. is not getting aloiir any better. e\\re told by some
ental cilizieIs that there "was a reason f', I,,l ite-vikism," fist
ished tlicir coffee. went hnºne. a nd the IhIlle lit is still pub
lished. Well. he'll get over it. Don't yii tllinlk you have a
chance in ch('ep vaudeville, Mc?
Long years ago we used to laugh at the I'riihtehnediOrientals
for their rigid exclusion of "foreign devils."
Slit, were they wrong? Or were we? S ,,me , our progres
sive statesmen in Washington seem to ha"ie itllained at last to
the ancient Chinese psychology.
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WE SHOULD WOIIRY.
The Ad club, another tentacle of
the Silver Bow county octopus auto
crat, according to yesterday mnorn
ing's King Copper Trust organs,
shows that the Silver Bow county
autocrat and "lickspittles" are getl
ting peeved, and openly denounces
and wants to put the 'Bulletin out of
business for defending itself, the la
boring people and the farmers of this
state, against the industrial autoc
racy, King Copper and his ilk. We
have direct and reliable information
that another tentacle of the Silvhr
Bow county octopus, the Employers'
association, has been putting its
members, particularly the weaker
members 'financially, up against it,
by compelling them by pressure of
their creditors, etc., not to advertise
in the Bulletin. Since the members ~f
the Ad club tentacle openly admit,
according to yesterday morning'
King Copper Trust organs, that it is
impossible for a newspaper to exist
on its subscription list and is depend
ant upon advertisements, and the
autocratic octopus of Silver Bow
county is applying the pressure on
the-Butte Daily Bulletin by coercing
business concerns to keep their ad
vertisements out of the Bulletin, how
in the name of common sense and
reason can the octopus blame us for
defending ourselves against him and
his supposed friends by coercion.
They started the light on us, even
before we had published our first is
sue, and since then have raided out
plant in violation of law, and illegal
ly thrown our managers, editors and
friends into jail. Do you blame us
for defending ourselves and our
class against autocrats and law vio
The trouble is, the Silver Bow
county octopus autocrat (King Cop
per Trust and lickspittles) like the
kaiser and czar and their junkers,
does not use common sense and rea
son, but force in its different forms,
spy systems and treachery, and the
result on the autocrats is obvious to
any one who observes. The autocrats
are putting their heads into the sand
and kick up a lot of dust, and refuse
to observe and study the real condi
tions of the times. The autocrats,
the kaiser and the czar and their
system of autocracy is gone from
Germany and Russia. They used
force, spy systems and treftchery and
opposed democracy when they had
the power. They were arrogant when
they had the power and so is King
According to reliable reports, the
American farmers, who have any re
spect for themselves and our form of
government-democracy, after their
organization, the Nonpartisan league,
and several of its members were at
tacked and falsely represented to be
disloyal, pro-German, etc., in the
King Copper newspapers and its kin,
are withdrawing their subscriptions
from the King Copper daily papers
and the like and are subsc'ribing to
the Bulletin instead. No wonder the
King Copper and associates are get
ting peeved. Even their organs of
propaganda are losing ground. The
laboring men are doing the same as
the farmer, because if any class has
ever been falsely accused and misrep
resented in the King Copper Trust
press it is labor. You, King Copper.
mnay gloat over your war profits and.
you may lie about the common peo
ple all the time, but you are not go
ing to fool all the common people all
the time by your fabrications, even
though you may have succeeded to
some extent in fooling most of the
people part of the time in the past.
Tl'he American people love tre truth
too well to be fed on misrepresenta
Lions, falsehoods and suppression of
the truth. The old saying is: "Ye
shall know the truth and the truth
shall make you free." As long as the
Bulletin lives. ye shall have truth.
The truth hlirts the autocrats.
The Bulletin is not getting the ad
vertisements it shoud have because
of the pressure of the King Copper
autocrat on business concerns, but
there are millions of peope in this
country with the same spark of free
domn and independence in their bos
oms our forefathers of 1776 had,
who told the autocrat, King George
III. of England, and his ilk to get
the --- out of the U. S. A. Inde
pendent, liberty loving men of today,
are the ones who have bade it pos
sible for the Bulletin to exist, and
we ask you who care anything for
personal liberty, freedom and de
mocracy now, and for the future, to
help us all you can in the future as
you no doubt see that the autocrat is
out to crush you and us. He has
taken the meal ticket away from
many of you for the time being and
he himself is gloating over his war
profits. If each and every one of you
will do your share, we will be-able to
operate without the advertisers we
have not had in the past. They may
soon see they need you and us. We
don't need autocrats. You readers
of the Bulletin, read the advertise
ments in the Bulletin and remember
them when you trade. We may then
get real democracy, not the corpora
tion kind (autocracy.
As stated before the King Copper
Trust autocrat and his ilk started
this fight against us even before we
had published our first issue. Ac
cording to reports. the kaiser and
czar started the European war, and
they were forced to quit. There is
a chance for King Copper Trust auto
crat and ilk to voluntarily quit now,
and let the democracy, we fought for
and are now fighting for, have a fair
chance in Silver Bow county and oth
er parts of Montana, by a free and
open discussion of the political, in
With the Editors
LET US HAVE PEACE.
"Gentlemen may cry peace! peace!
But there is no -peace." We had
hoped that when the central powers
threw up their hands and surren
dered we would have peace, not only
in Europe but in America. We had
hoped that the profiteers and" the
junker press would cease firing on
the unarmed producers and con
sumers and allow them a fair- chance
to live, move and have their being.
We thought with the return of peace
and sanity the councils of defense,
the security leagues, the loyalty
leagues and similar organizations
flying the black flag of mob law or
personal 'hate would disband and
allow justice once more to take her
seat. We had hoped that the in
flamed patriotism induced by the
poisoned gas of greed, malice and all
uncharitableness would disappear
and the average American citizen be
restored once more to his constitu
tional rights. We had hoped that
the tar and feathers and the slanders
and lies and cowardice that go with
them would disappear with the
smoke of battle. We had hoped that
the courts and public opinion, no
longer influenced by prejudice and
malice and hate, would once more do
justice and not vengeance. But near
ly two long months have passed since
the armies in the field agreed to
quit, and still the war continues un
der the Stars and Stripes. No one
but the chosen are allowed to discuss
even economic questions. The armed
forces of the state are used to pre
vent peaceful gatherings of peaceful
citizens. Mobs and not law still de
termine who shall speak and what
shall be said. Men who have com
mitted no offense against the laws
of the state or nation are held with
out bail, against the express terms
of the law, or sentenced to long
terms in the penitentiary. Of course
there lies an appeal from these dis
ciples of anarchy to the higher
courts, but that takes money and
time, and the accused is usually
poor and friendless.
When will this war-time injustice
cease? When will the public mind
return to the paths of sanity and see
that justice once more holds the
scales in the determination of, human
rights? Shall it be said that the
United States, after fighting for andi
winning a measure of justice for the
world, continues to deny justice to
her own citizens?
We hope that the reign of terror
is passed never to return. We hope
that a reawakened public sentiment
will demand the release of all purely
political prisoners. This country is
too big and the government too
strong to be menaced by any man or
men holding economic views in oppo
sition to the majority.
The problems to be solved re
quire the brains of the whole nation.
Shall their solution be attempted by
the leaders temporarily in control
while those who hold different opin
ions remain in prison?
Let us have peace in fact as well
as in name. Let the capitalist real
ize that tile boys in khaki--boys
from the common walks of life
fought this war to, establish indus
trial as well as political democracy,
and when they come home they will
insist that we have the substance as
well as the shadow for which they
This war within a war must come
to an end before we have peace. The
Huns in America-the junkers-the
profiteers, the more-patriotic-than
thou element that have been making
the Hunnish war on the farmers and
the workers, must lay down their
arms, demobilize their forces, dis
band their leagues of infamy and in
justice or there will be no peace. It
was the centuries of autocratic in
justice in Russia that made pos
sible Lenine and Trotzky. It is Prus
sian intolerance that brought Lieb
knecht from his prison cell and
placed him at the head of the Ger
man radicals. It is this sense of in
justice that is the cause of the uni
versal unrest that takes the name
of socialism, bolshevism and the
other isms that are threatening the
social status of the world.
Human nature is the same wher
ever we find it, in Russia, Prussia,
England or America. It will stand
about so much, then it will rebel.
What is required now in the United
States is a return to sanity and com
mon justice-a return to the rule of
law and equity under the constitu
tion. It is only thus that the uni
versal unrest amlong the people can
be allayed and a permanent peace as
sured.-Campbell's Scientific Farmer.
IN OR OUT OF JAIL?
A day or two ago Trotzky was re
ported by cable to have arrested
Lenine. Of course, we withheilt
judgment as to the truth or falsity
of this report. It didn't seem on the
face of things very likely, for Trotzky
has no power except such as is given
him by the soviets, and all indica
tions are that Lenine's popularity
has grown with the soviets rather
than diminished. Trotzky was the
fiery, hot-word artist; Lenine the
clear, relentless thinker, who saw
the inner meaning of all situations
and went ahead without haste, with
out waste. Such men usually gain in
power, rather than lose, as a revolu
tion settles down.
Well, today we read that Trotzky
and Lenine are making overtures to,
the Ukrainians. No explanation of'
that alleged arrest at all. But it
hardly seems likely that Lenine in
jail, is combining with Trotzky who
put him there, in sending messages.
It seems more probable thlat both
are still out, and likely to bt for
some time to come.-Seattle Union
dustrial, social and moral issues be
fore the people of the world today.
When you read of our presidernt'F
triumphal tour of the capitals of
Europe, can't you just imagine how
lovely it must have seemed in the
old days to live under a monarch
who went to call on his brother
kings and emperors, while his sub
jects swelled out their cheats with
Bulletin Boosters should patronize
mg mm m. m m
The immense increase in
the volume of sales in our
furniture department de
mands more room for dis
play purposes and the
quicker we dispose of all
hardware the better we
will be satisfied. We list
a few of the items, see
these and many more.
When passing see west
35e For 55c Size Oar
C den Hoes
SIli'l class g tiien Ihoesm
e11111; : 5-141(ol. haIlli'i woodii
h l 'es: fIull I)polishl ed
steel aind worth 55c.
sale -.. .... . . . .. . ...... c
959 For $1.50 Shovels,
C Round or Square
Iilvilicil eo li\ve-foot lliindle
slhovels: steel, lfull lo l
i.sl(.ll. o'r)und S1' Sli reI'O
)ili(i . selelctt Ie d olld Vot
luiidlesl . Shovels I i
\\North .1 l) 1' [-'-i-'. ....
Atkin's Famous Saws
$1 45 I. Alkils ac.k
,U saaws: .$ .54) ivatlne
the \world ove'r.
( ' g e"a Atkits 141lcher
| saws, extra heavy
2 2-inch size. wortl $2.75.
Barney & Berry
75for lltirney & flerry
1c $1.54) skates - big
X4.11 I'm. illi e, \ I](,'l'V
$7.5i) Iiice' s kialcs.
,7 gg FOR ALL STEEL
S1,9I $15.00 WHEEL
All-.tleel. h sIi . a II l. o
whel\bnhiV.ws, S 15 size,
is o, ly . -.-... -- -....95...
S1,ii FOR A DOUBLE
ld BIT $1.75> AXE
sells c\xcry \\ hIorl'e foI'
4g For a 75c Package
TUc Perfection Calci
Sitaiili l ,f ei ro(1 tiii
e.i iiu i , a .li- pol-ilor
\wliiclii is etialy '1or i.se
\hlenri 1 itihXl \xilt hol, (4,'
c(4l11 \\xii.lie. A guira4ll
teetl dlluiable iutil beau
Iilful fiiislh. 75e pack
Ile. lo.ei-g-oult "
salle .p ,ie _.......... - l--- -
! RETIRING FIROM
, THAT SELLS