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STHE SURE THING UP TO DATE
THOUGHT MR. PROBLEM 'm Yes, dear, I HISTORICALBEAU
. W. A. POLYGA- ' expect to rise. CHARACTER Ma-there iswed a man
NOT EXACTLY MIST When we have They tell me one thing about of high
ECONOMICAL ithat the pres- this Ediths young estate,
Has Did Mr. Wind- n ou net dent of the con- ency c lopedia deat found to
any idea of the Uor live in And fired the cern was one of had a full list of don't have to get her despair,
use cf money? What are grafter in the biggest Kings and ev- up every night His high estate
Sshould a disgrace boobs when he erything. to send him off. was nothing
talking about? The problem is, Wharted in ten Wat Kin g Pa-No; thank but
I have been how not to ago.
ide hat have years ago. are you ooking heaven one of casle in
a f,;'foot shelf reading 'o ",Tz get How lovely! . for? our girls has theair
of baik books. Merry Wives .+ Ancther graft- You'll surely 0 ld King picked out a
Windsor." er in his rise. You have Cole. self starter.
place. the same quali
fications he had.
We've consistently given you
Better Clothing Values
for over 18 years, and we're
going to continue to do so.
Compare them with others
around town--you'll see the
You'll see the difference.
Allen & Darnell
207 E. Park Street.
YOU CAN CUT THE
HIGHI COST OF
by going to the
18 E. Park Street
The Working Man's
Good Meat Cheap
See Our Window for Prices
McCarthy-Bryant & Co.
317-319 E. PARK. PHONE 1011.
98 lbs. Rex white flour ..... $5.601
5-lb. can MI.J.B. coffee, when
taken along ............. $1.90
22 bars laundry soap ..... $1.01)
Maid o' Clover and Blanchard
butter, when taken along, lb.
5-lb. can pure Raspberry Jam
or ........................... 25
'Fresh eggs, dozin ................45
Gallon cans fancy table syrup
for ....... $1.59
3 lbs. S, B. coffee ..............$1.00
.3 lbs. White House coffee $1.25
Corll, peas anlld tomlatoe, per
canll ..................... ........15c
No. 5 Sýift's lard, special, $1.40
JOHN J. M1'('ARTHY, Prop.
I More Value--
* For your dollar on everything
in groceries, fresh fruits and
S Phone ius your ordeirs andI
a het the same service as if you I
called in person.
* Itee Delivery An ywhere in the
i , -it'i y
-421 E. PARK PHONE 1794
64 EAST BROADWAY
lFOR GOOD THINGS TO
What is the dif;erence between lie
"l ept press" and an ostrich? The
ostrich only hides one end in the
sand,. while the "kept press" has
both ends in the dirt.
A bolshevik is one who knows
there is something better for the
world than the present rotten system,
and stands ready to give it to the peo
Splewlith; fth i a kitg a. proflt oout Qel
TODAY'S BUTTE NEWS CONDENSED
The telephone number of the editorial department, which should be
called for news items only, is 292. Please do not call this department
concerning matters of subscription, advertising or delivery of papers;
cornmunications concerning these should be with the business office,
telephone No. 52, before 8 o'clock p. m., when the office closes.
$100 reward will be paid to any- I
one proving we do not put in the a
best mainspring for $1. Mayer, 37
North Main street.-Adv.
William E. lHowan, who was
elected at a mass meeting of the vot- 1
ers of the Third ward held a short
time ago to succeed the late Alder- t
man John Hanratly, yesterday filed
for the same office and will be a
candidate on the democratic ticket
at the coming p rimary election.
Dan Morgan and Frank Sullivan
were arrested at the H1-azel block
yesterday evening, charged with dis
t.urbance. The only other arrest of
the evening was that of G. Grossman,
who was charged with reckless driv
ing. Officer Walter Morrison niade
all three arrests.
Attorneys for Felix Gomez, found
guilty last January of manslaughter
in. connection with the slaying of
John Domengo at I)ivide a little less
than a year ago, tiled notice of ap
peal to the supreme court, in the di:.
trict court yesterday.
Regular Friday evening service at
Temple B'Nai Israel, corner of
Washington and Galena, at 8. ln
teresting sermons on current relig
ious topics. All seats free. Visitors
Valentine's day will be fittingly
observed by the Mountain View Ep
worth league this evening in the
church parlors, beginning at 8
o'clock. Many interesting features
are planned by the commnuittee in
Scharge, and the mailman will see
that everyone present receives a val
entine. Some of the evening will
be spent in "fishing," while many
other pastimes will be indulged in.
Because of the strike, the lmas-
querade ball, which was to have been
held under the auspices of the Jos
eph Corbv auxiliary United Sp,4ish
Iwar veterans at Boulevard Fire hall
this evening has been postponed in
Drive out constipation, promote
appetite, improve digestion, induce
refreshing sleep, get renewed
strength and health. Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea, nature's gift
of wondrous herbs. Results guaran
teed or money back; 35c. Family
The Young People's society of the
Central Presbyterian church held a
social Tuesday evening in the church.
A large number of young people
ia:ssed the evening most pleasantly
with games. There was an inforllal
I program of music and singing. De
licious refreshments were served.
The committee in charge consisted
of the Misses Stabler, Dunce and
The home of Henry Gelhaus, 1257
East First street, was entered Tues
day afternoon by sneak thieves. Mrs.
Gelhaus had gone up town leaving
State Supreme Court on Sat
urday Will Hear Argu
ments on Issuing of a
Helena. Feb. 14.--XW. F. Dunn, I.
B. Smith and Leo Daly, editors and
publishers of the Butte Bulletin.
charged with sedition in the district
court of Lewis and Clark county, and
whose trial is set for Feb. 18, yes
terday morning applied in the su
preme court for a writ of prohibi
tion directing District Judge It. Lee
Word from proceeding further in the
The application states that al
though the three defendants have
filed disqualifying affidavits against
Judge Word, he has proceeded with
out paying any attention to them.
It further sets forth that Dunn isl
a member of the legislature and his
attendance upon the assembly is nec
essary and that non-attendance will
make him liable to arrest.
Helena, Feb. 14.-The supreme
court yesterday granted the petition
of W. F. Dunn, R. B. Smith and Leo
Daly for a temporary writ of prohib
ition to prevent Judge W. R. Lee
Word from taking further proceed
ings in the action against the de
fendants who are charged with sedi
tion. ` The hearing will be held Sat
urday morning and the result will
determine whether or not the de
fendants can be tried for critising
the state council of defense.
* BuTletIt Booates apsoultii patronize
everything locked. The thieves had
entered by means of a skeleton key.
They ransacked the house, opening
trunks and securing a large amount
of booty. A liberty bond for $50 as
well as $19 in cash was secuted by
the thieves. A portion of this money,
amounting to $4 was remloved frolh
the children's saving banks.
Florence B. Pelletier started suit
in the district court yesterday
against the Butte Electric Railway
company, asking damages of $ ,
172.95. alleged to have been sus
tained by her as the result of a col
lision of her automobile with a street
ear on East Park street on Jult 12
If you want the family to be
healthy and active, give them Hol
lister's Rocky Mountain Tea this
month. It regulates the bowels,
helps the appetite, puts life and en
ergy in the whole family; 35c. Tea
or tablets. Family Drug Store.-Adv.
The "Mountaineer," the fortnight
ly publication of the students of the
Butte high school, made its appear
ance again yesterday, and while not
as large as usual, makes up for it in
some well handled reading matter of
especial interest to the students of
the school As usual there are news
items, literary contributions and ev\
cry school department is thoroughly
Friends of Warren F. Lewis, for
merly of this city, have received
word that lie is on his way to his
present home in Tacoma, having
been discharged from the service.
He was connected with the medical
corps of the 165th Coast artillery.
He is well known here and was at
one time employed at the office of
the Butte Water company.
Memorial services for Francis E.
Willard and Mrs. C. J. Nepper are
being observed at the meeting of the
Woman's Christian Tenmperance un
ion, in the First Presbyterian church
cottage this afternoon, to which the
public has been invited. R1ev. Harp
er of the Lowell Avenue church is
one of the speakers. Mrs. Margaret
Harnon, superintendent of the flow
er mission departmnent, has charge of
the program. The hostesses are
Mesdames J. G. MacDonald, J. D.
Wallace, N. Frances andl L. C Foltz
Jordan Shaw of East First street
celebrated his thirteenth birthday
pleasantly last Tuesday evening by
entertaining a number of his friends.
Games, music and danciig were the
amnusemuentl. Dainty refreshments
were served. Mrs. Shaw was assisted
in entertaining the young people by
Miss Florence Andrews and Edith
Shaw. Those present were: Misses
Thelma Williams, Alma Crowley,
Marguerite Barry, Blanche Hoxie,
Irene Sinclair, Minette Fisher, Ruth
Rowlands. Florence Andrews, Edith
Shaw and Messrs. Ray David, Al
bert Andrews, John Norman, Deloy
Daniels, Frank Shaw, Harold Joyc(
and Jordan Shaw.
IN BERLIN STRIKE
Berlin, Feb. 14-Twenty thousand
store employes in Berlin have gone
on strike for higher wages. Leipzig
erstrasse, where some of the big
stores are closed, is occupied by
troops, who are maintaining order.
Spartacans are indulging in pro
miscuous firing in the newspaper
Everywhere throughout the em
pire workers' strikes are met by
counter strikes by doctors and others
of the professional classes.
TO PEACE TABLE
Berne, Feb. 14.--The peace dele
gation of the international socialist
conference, consisting of Hjalmur
Branting, Arthur Henderson, Ca
mille Huyemans, Pierre Renaudel
and M. Longuel, will leave flr Paris
soon to get in touch with the leading
statesmen at the peace conference.
It is announced that a second so
cialist conference probably will be
held in Berne early in the summer.
In the district court of the Second
Judicial district of the state of
Montana in and for the county of
IIn the matter of the application of
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 petition praying that the
Schumacher company, a Montana
corporation, be dissolved by the
judgment of the above entitld court.
was filed in the above entitled court
and matter and that any person may
file his objections to the application
I in said court and matter at any time
within 30 days after the first publi-1
cation of this notice.
Dated Jan. 23, 1919.1
(Seal.) .., . OTIS LEE, a.
By Leonard E. Thomas, Deputy,
Clerk of the above entitled court.
REPRESENTIATIVE W. F,
DUNN IS SERIOUS
'V. IF. D)unn, editorinal .riller oin
the Butte Daily Bulleti it anl
nie il l I of l th leg ilailtul '' o 'lit
Silver Boow collnty, 1las been .cri
olsl'y sick forl two .idays in lielen.l.
Mr. I huinn is suffering fronm iin al:
scess ill the thlioat and hia htad
Ih.l*ec operations perlorilted in theli
pailst wo idays. He is . Iur the l
itcare of . r. B. . McCabe.l
SEVERAL LIOUOR CASES
HEARD IN DISTRIT COURT
Whisky in Some Ordered
Elevenl liquor cases were on Judge
J. .I. l,ync~h's calentdar for hearinig
yesterday morning. Alex (Casllolf,
charged with selling liquor it 1:1
South Wyomningt street. wa.s foulind
guilty anld the liquor ordered de'
stroyed. ('Counsel for GasallolT o)n
tained a sttay of sentience anld execu
tion tpending an appeal to be prose
cuted to the state supreme court.
A continuance until Saturday was
granled in thi case of J. IV. ]louli.t,
charged wilh beating lip a witncns
who was to testify against himt in a
The case of Thomais ('ittoil wa.,
contilued until this afternoll on lat 2
o'clock. 'I'lhe cases of Amaunda 'arl
son. Edward -lorgan and .Mrs. :\Allla
HIill went over until, next Monday.
Attorney Edward F'itzgerald, attor
neiy fort John Theis, announlluiicedl iti
would hbe re',ady for trial this after
noon. 'I'Th case of .ranlk A. Kean
of the Silver Dollar saloon was coi
tinued uthtil next Monday.
John SaFgar, clharged with viola t
ing the stat'e prol.tjlitlon law\v, xwas
arraigned ytster'daty morning by )Deli
I uty ClHitl- Attorney, i Fralnk Riley.
lHe will appear and plead Saturday.
Whisky, in lthe case against ('. 11.
Swanson, was ordited dstltroyed yen
DENVER SCHOOLS CLOSED
JUNK[R WOMEN BUSY
(Special United Press Wire.)
Denver, Feb. 14.- -Mothers formed I
another picket line here this morn
ing in an effort to open a score of
public schools closed since Monday
by a walkout of engineers who failed
to obtain higher wages. The Par
ent Teachers' association decided to
picket after the strikers succeeding
in persuading lhi st rike bireakers to
leave their posts.
CITY AND COUNTY RECORDS,
IN IlSTil'T ('OUIRT.
Probalte---elition by Louis. Coor
gette or administration of estate of
Sami Bourgeois: letters of admllinis
tration granted Minnie Bertoldi in
estate of Joseph Para.
D11;,'I,1 I I,:C D ,l.
lJames E. Murray et ux. to Jetnnie'
Riggs. lot 15. block 4, Homne adli
Charles M1. Handty et ux. to ltichli
ard Angove it uS.. lot 17 and southl
hall' of lot 18, block 39, Daly add
Genetice H-tweett to Sanmuel Barker
Jr., west 5 ftet of lot 2 and east 25
feet of' lot ,. block 12, Volunteer all
dition, and porti on of lot 1, block :;,
Lawler & Kemper addition; $1.
United States patent to .1anow
Knoyle. J. Bru. e Kremer and Wil
litam M. Tuohy. Itothchild, Snow
storm, tiallarat. Snowball, Western
Slope, Onllwyn. W\ern and Red ('ilp
Richard 'Anrnve to Wulf Realty
company lot 17 anid South half of lot
1 8, block :9i. Italy addition; $1.
Frank E. owve!ll to Ida Stanhope.
lot 18. block 22, Valley addition; A1.
Charles I'iazzola et ux. to Silver
Bow National bank, North Point
Butte .l , i i ( 'lub and Fair assoc
iation to li:. I(. Annielin, lot 23 an;
I south halt' of lot 24, block 27, Wilson
[ Park addition: .1.
t Mary W. It'hop, widow, to Maude
E. WVulf, west 2 I feet of lot 25, block
f 15. Butte-: 51.
John D. Sullivan et ux. to Michaet
- D. H-larrington. lot 4 and south 7 t/.
feet of lot ::, block "'B," Warren &
Kingsbury a,!,!itlin; $1.
e . S. shi.- l ,t ux. to William ..
a Bradley. lots "', 29 and 30, block
11, Gallatin :+ldilion; $1.
a Mary (;. lY: raht to Colusa Parrott
e M. & S. ('C. Io 2. block 9, Chelsea
't Bolever a I;rorwn to Mary E. Mid
y dletob lots itl 6, block 28, Floral
n Park addilI,, : $1.
e William 11. f'Ttryan to W. W.
t- Dunks, lot :-,+il east half of lot 4,
block 29. f'lora-l Park addition; $1.
John F .1: rtlett et ux. to John Per
i shina, portiet Golden Placer;.$8Q0.
.'- oseph I'ay ra.nti e 8 l"etI 4 ibol
way, 471.1,, ;otles in section 4, town
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Stll, and Sllel ion 2G. township 4 .
Joselph I'eidralli t ux. to E. O.
Sotlay, 1y0) 8cl S it tll erti C . it Iu -
Shilp t4 orili. ringp 1 W st: $1.
Joseph Sata lut 'antson, wl idowrtl, to
larco A. St1n 8esieh, 1i('8 a(l' s inl s. '
tion 8, aow' nhip1 Solt , rnilt t I at
Say yoi u saw it advortised in the
MA[RI E F. KIIEY
1109 W. Woolnan. Phone 1 ~19-J.
('('me( 1ork, CIon I.etery Coings,
Sanitall ry e Sewers ('4llolic d llolt ati s.
i I'It. l 'It IIl. i titT
Heir.y-The funeral of Thomtas
Ilitenn y, age ;3S years, will take
place tomlorrow\ ilornling 11t 3 'lhlock
from the fmn-ily residentce. 5t5 N.
82rak orth li Min S treet, ro ti lh
I i t aifllate Concept(ion i('c itl('h,
wother high mass will lh c.rlrated
11.1 !1 :30. Intermnent will hI, in the ,
('atlholic ceo i etry. f
Snyhder-Thei fu lneral ' Edwarn
i Snyder, age 21 years, will take ptlace
omorrow fllrom the fail, infanth , son
East e. nter str'et, proeedr invillg to d1.
Lawrence church, whore ma-5s will
bIe wcelebrateId at 9:30, Interoment
will be inl the Catholic cem oete ry.
Trainort g 'hoilnas Trlainor, ande 46.
died yesterday. T'he i fut n ral will
talke place llllOTlorrow morning at 9
o'clock from the late residence, 183
East Gagnon, proceeding to St.
ilary's church, where ml s.s will be
celebrated at 9:3o. Inter entl l will
t1be in the Holy ('ro.s cemen Hlry.
Reliable Undrtakert and Embalmer
1 822 North Main Street
io and Carh-Annie, ifant dautgh
ter of .lr. and \Mirs. .John Simuno
vich, died this morning at the family
resident!, l 201 Tallot aVl lnue, age 7
nmonths. The remains are at the
l)an1iels & Hilloa untld rtaking par
lors. Funeral announcementl will he
iuckley-The remains of Mrs.
Helle Buckley. who died early this
mlorning at a local hospital, age 45
years, are at the Daniels & Bilboa
undertaking parlors. Funeral an
nouncement will he mae(le later.
Linville-.John Lewis, infant son
of .Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Linville, died
this morning, age' :1 nmonths. The
funeral wil be held It the home of
his grand parents, Dlr. and Mrs.
Henry (' urran', 5:14 East Summit
street. tomlorrow afternoon at 2
o'clock. Interment in Holy Cross
DANIELS & BILBOA
Undertakers and Embalmers
12,5 East Park St., Butte. Phone 888
Residence Phone 4817-W.
Auto and Carriage Equipment
(Continued front page one.)
The local striko situation is han
dled by l Mr. ('as'y was appreiate, i l
by the entire audiience and as he
lrove hooe the trluths of h argi
niltent storls of applause were the
answer of lthe atudience that crowdiiid
the hall to ti' doors.
l,'ollowing NMr. Casey came Jlohn
LotighiUatn, it 'prominent labor lead, rI
of t'hi'iago, whose talk also it
Imuch ;a rl'ti iatel d.
The al '.sellaise' was sunt g and til1.
n.tdl 'n('e- left, feeling that the strike'
fora lin.ig wage l IBtulltte's 1tiil''t.
is g iL 1ng to P i \a illlllll I10.
tContinued on Paige Four'
ie till tlake a tio T ii Ea'illi'er tit
ithe unlldesirablehs heret l iiih Bulletin is
n I ; i' o) learn tlliS a1ft'ln1 OOl1 .
I'lthre is much talk amone the rial
citizens of Butte and imembers of the
isu ~slt.)i tt l or ui'. aiz tlionls of Mu, tel( ui'
IF YOU WANT WHAT YOU WANT WHEN YOU WANT IT
BULLETIN WANT ADS
1 CENT INADVANCE LESS THAN 15 CENTS
MALE HELP WANTED
ARE Y(Otit SI('I OR (ItIPPILE)IID?
A fetw treaIllntS of tIIII'IOl'RA('
'TIC' will relieve youi. t any rate
give it. a trial. u.it drugs. Avoid
ihe operalion. See lF'loria W. Enmery,
Rtoom t Silver ltow block.
tETI.I,1"INED SOLDIERS wishing to
tladve\rtise flor work can use the
want aid coiluil.ins of the )Daily loit
tltin free of cha;rge. Ito not he
blackward in taking advantage of this
offer, we are glad to be of service to,
ST:- ) E anid living ro im. i ' ,
('hialL appley 1 12 5 E Seconmd sit
Phone :12: 1-\\.
I'OR tl 'I- NT. -4 ac.res, . 5r,-.root hotuse
and chickn ho] ses; ,5 minutes'
walkl fromt car line. Illnquire 915 Del
I,''iNISiEI) roonts for re t <at 31s
Somul Ii Xas thi llngton.
FI INIt IiI:I) 1root s 11 f or i r t.it. $1 .i
wet1, or $tli t I t mo ll, i t. the
( int nl1on h louse ;. 1 it0 1:. 1titn n.
FIIURNISHEl) roomi, steam heal, oti
and told water; reason; l li', 2u:, S.
. 011tti ll it
FOR IlNT - I-loonis; $2.00 per
week. 225 S. Dakota. Phone
\V'1I hulnit IrttOlIs. when ll 1Oli Cll g t
themll ill any part i f the cite at ally4
price. \ltiller hotel, opposite Mil
waiktee depot, lphone 7 77. Stevent
hlotk. 144 VW. Park, Ilphone 75. )1r-l
ottlhy block, 101 E. lraniite., p. 457.
li managltegment. .11rs. E. Paxson.
FOlR RENT T'wo furnished rooms
tor housepl1 ing. I ll 716 Sltdisontl St.
FOR RIENT' -Two cle(Ian. convenient,
co1fortabll e conncl tingl fllurnished
lhousekeeping rooi rns; ilose in. 3 N.
2 I'Ni-NI5.11;)i hIousekeeping rooms
with Lath. 810 lt t i V. (;altena.
THREE room flurnished house. 1125
FOR RENT-- 3-room modern flat,
626 \V. l1Broadway; il Al collndition.
3-]Lt)(i o11 house,. unfurniisheid. 26t 1.
GARAGES FOR RENT
LAI(RGE BIIILDING, good location
for garage; close in. 1424-26-28
Harrison ave. Apply James M. Ab
rams, on proper'y. Will lease.
LOI'VItE cafe-- All meals reduced.
Speciatl dinner' ::uctl. It WV. Galena.
Hemstitching and Braiding
B31AIDING, hemstitching and picot
ing. 101 Pennsylvania block. M.
. . . . .. . . . . . . .
I IF YOU DON'T SEE WHAT YOJ WANT ADVElTISE1FUH II
making an effort to utp.press t1he
black flag of the industrial pir:tes
of Mopntilna, represented by0 the
W\hether or not the Whiner, putb
lished b1" a millionaire who bribed
his way into the United States >en
ate, aI] the miental degeneratei a tho
ite th( lies and misrtlepresenltations
published in the paper will he daolt
with is lroblemtatical.
That lh-\ shtiould be is a certainty.
OLYMPIA FRUIT CO.
HAS COZY PLACE
The (ily mpia. ii Fruit company.
which hais tie1n lolcalted for some
ttlim on:1 North tiaikolat street, hlas
Iii ed just soutlh of tht ir old loca
l ion, to ItI prenmises formerly occu
pied tix aut herland's saloon.
This ha< been tholrioghly renO
tell dl , atil l iti . the aid of now flX
1111', Millld a lolio ' t lI 't tiOný. h h,1 q b n
parloirs in th, city. It also ampi '
la large an- t troietd astsor tent o
ranidy. friluitsi atnd fany groeriebs.
Itulletin hoiostl'rs should give tih:is
I pli('c prefi.renoe.
FIVE TrHOUSAND WORKERS
wanted to buy $5 worth of stock
in The Bulletin Publishing Co.
" ftr prop S ilinnl $2, 00 e t to ll:tt in .
:,-Iti.0 11 h iouse on t wo lots; a. bar
gain. Apply owiner. 1915 S. Wy
omling st. 'lihonle 5 10. -J.
\VII.L sell or exchiange for vacant
or impro\ ,d city properly 10-acr>:
fruit iranchl in Itilter Root valley.
Ilo\ 02|, ]lutte.
,')U SALE. :l-room house and oine
oir tIlo nacrs, near Lake Avoca;
vity wateri. T'ierms. Address A. F. F.,
caie I iulletin.
IIEYNOII)S & SYPHER
Real estate, fire insurance, at lowest
rates. Mloney to loan on real
estate. Phone 1665, 84-85 Uwsley
()001) fllurniture for three rooms,
Iargain if taken at once. AMod
crn flat for rent. ll01 /z S. Okla
holia. Phone 5139-J..
CITY EGGS. 75e dozen. 215 V. 1Mer
cury or the Big Green Coop, Co
UNII:DEIEMED watches at a sac
rificr at 'Uncle Sa.n's Loan office.
11 S. Wyoming st.
('(M.\ll to :'t'!1l: S. Arizona and have
your C'olumbia or Victor records
exchangelld for 1l cents.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONE'Y advanced on Liberty bonds,
diamonds, watches, jewelry and
other 'articles of value; square deal.
People's l.oan office, 28½/ E. Park.
MONEY LOANED at 3 per cent. Dia
moods, jewelry, Liberty bonds.
Mose Linz. upstairs jeweler.
Frie.nds we feed,
Friends we meet,
Come to the "Pony"
Chile to eat.
TIlE ('I,AfSSIC CHILI PARLOR, 210
N. Mlain st. Chili, light lunches,
etc. Open day and night.
LEWIS & WALKER, assayers and
chemists, 108 N. Wyoming. Phone
HAVE your children's hair cut at
E. J. Swaidner's barber shop,
1331/2 WV. Broadway.
Pianos Tuned and Repaired
GUYON. 6t) S. Cilark Ave. 6585-J.
CLEANERS AND DYERS
AMEPRICAN Dyeing & Cleaning Wks.
1.41 Harrison ave. Phone 131.
AUTOS FOR HIRE.
SEVEN-PASSENGER . Chandler Se
dan. A. G. Nyman. Phone 5842-J.