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W. F. DUNN
Candidate for Mayor, Democratic Ticket
Asks the Co-Operation of Every Honest,
Decent Person in Butte
The affairs of the city of Butte are in a deplorable condition.
For many years-with one exception-Butte has been cursed
with administrations intent only on plunder, content to "pass
the buck" to posterity.
The various city governments have served the autocracy of
Silver Bow county well. They have kept the machine intact
at the expense of the people until today, in Butte, thousands of
citizens have determined that never again shall a man on whom
rests theislightest suspicion of. connection with or sympathy
for the ruthless interests that have almost ruined Butte be
mayor of this city.
I am a candidate for the office of mayor. I believe I can
administer the office better than most of the men who have
held it, and of one thing I am certain.
It is that the seat of the city government will, if I am elected,
be restored to the city hall.
It will not be located in any other building.
I desire to be the servant, not the master, of the people and
I want the advice and co-operation of every honest, decent
person in the city of Butte.
We wish to make Butte a city for whose government we do
not need to apologize, a city that is governed for the people
who live in it and not for and by any special interest.
I have been accused of being somewhat radical, and it is
probable that I am, but it takes some strength of character to
he a radioal these days, and that same strength of character
that has been developed in a fight for what I believe is right,
will be used, if I am elected, in giving the people of this city
a clean, honest, efficient and just administration of the city's
Those affairs are in such shape that none but fools would
be optimistic. The task of putting the city on its feet is a
difficult one, but I will do the very best I can. One cannot do
more. W. F. DUNN.
(PI id PI olilied Advet-lisemenil.)
Have Been Established at
By the Nonpartisan Club
ALL FRIENDS OF
INVITED TO CALL
(Paid Polilical .\Al\'ertisemwiil.)
ments express your
ideas. With GOOD PRINTING you
are sure of the best results.
Let us co-operate with you in selection of stock,
composition, and cuts, to make your ads or cir
culars more attractive.
The same careful attention given to large or small jobs.
THE BUTTE DAILY BULLETIN
JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT
[MPLOYERS MAY FE
AID THE BUREAU
Approximately 50 members of the
Silver Bow Employers' association. Mce
representing nearly all lines of trade wa
and industry Id the city and county, off
met in the association's rooms in- of
formally today to discuss the situa- re(
tion arising out of the order curtail- sat
ing the activities of the local federal I frc
employment bureau after March 22. fic
It was definitely decided that the
by-laws and constitution of the or- an
ganization precluded the assistance inf
by the organization as such, but chI
virtually all those present expressed Ito
a readiness to contribute funds to Mli
any collection that might be made
for the purpose of maintaining the an
present organization of the Iurl'ol Be
Charles Austin of the chamber of we
commerce when approached regard- Ca
ing the possibility of that body tak- $6
ing up the matter and combining the $1
efforts of individual employers and Fa
the trade unions stated that he FI
would at once take the matter up (r6
with the president of the chamber. $2
The committee appointed at Sun- 91
day's meeting of the Army and Navy $8
association to co-operate ill any work $1
that might be undertaken looking to Mt
the retention of the bureau, plans to $5
meet with the organization that $3
finally takes hold of the work. lat
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By D. N. 11.Ye
Why support Dunn?
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A man asked that of me.
When I got through with him
We wershaking hands. 20
I had answered him thlus: to
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You like to breath don't you?
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And you'd eat regular Iu
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If you had the chance. wouldn't you"' ex
a * * the
You want milk for your babies, don't ho
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You could stand a good bed
*" * * ing
2,65 days in the year, if an
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it was quite comfortable. You think ha
You are tired of your garbage
U'ndler your feet ain't you?
If you've not got a million
I'd suppose you'dl work
If you could get it. 01
Your living expenses
Are not to cheap are they, is
You wouldn't have your sister
Sell her precious virtue 1
For a meal ticket I presume,
I can't hardly believe 1
That you are stuck
On the A. C. M.'s rule hereabouts,
You're familiar with the fact
That you can go to hell and 6
Leave the A. C. M. merchants
All steal from you and laugh 1
At the patch on your pants don't1
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Your knowledge permits you to
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That this thieving A. C. M. corpora
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Hangs men like you for profits s
When they so desire, does it not?
And are you wise to "This",
That they especially desire to n
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If you dare to champion.
The cause of the common lot
And help them to gain that
Which is their right,
And you simple minded lubber
Haven't you yet learned e
That Dunn would sacrifice his life e
And gladly be hung
If all of us could but get it?
Dunn hates the A. C. M. because
They make us all suffer
The A. C. M. hates Dunn
Because he fights for us.
I say, my friend, do you think
That you are quite normal
Underi that shell of yours?
To my notion
It is a fool question
To ask of me,
Why support Dunn.
The vote taken by the Illinois
State Federation of Labor on estab
lishing a state labor party, so far as
counted, shows that the labor man of
Illinois favor it 10 to 1. To date
tlhere has been only one negative vote
cast in Bloomington.-Bloomington
Use Bulletin want ads. They get
the want columns of the Bulletin.
EB[RUAI SAIL OA
WAR SAVINS STAMPS
Butte, March 1S. people of
Montana bought $74, '.2 worth of
war savings stamps tiii the post
offices of the state diu 'he month
of February. This i. .:,,tiiont was
received at the Mons ,;, state war
savings organizatiui. :Iquarters
I from the central acs ,I-.,g postof
fice in Helena.
Yellowstone county i.al. in the
amount of cash inve.si, ;i war sav
ings stamps for Febrnhtiu Their pur
chases amounted to $1. I! .S: Silver
Bow came second with 1.89.94, and
Missoula third with $5i :1.51.
Forty -counties r :,,'rted. The
amount sold in each ,',,;''1iy follows:
Beaverhead, $1,942 . I.g ilorn.
$494.12; Blaine, C' li I; :; Biroad
water. $241.81; (':' h, m $581.68;
Cascade, $2i606.,:: ('houteau.
$647.54; Custer, $2,4T1 'oi; D)awson,
$1,163.17; Deer I,tol . $2.232.48;
Fallon. $900.00; Fe.'l ui. $2,4117.35;
Flathead, $4.787.90; (hllaltin, $2.
065.53; Hill, $1,32:: .,!: .Jefferson,
$2,415.SS; Lewis a1i ('lark, $3,
918.00) ; Lincoln, $5::2.1' : Madison.
$840.33; Meagher. $St 21;: Mineral,
$1,46S.43; Mlissoulu . $6..: 9.50;
Musselshell, $2,59t .:1 ; Phillips,
$500.00; Park, $8711.67: Powell.
$342.59; Ravalli. $1.,51i9.5 : Rich
land, $632.47; Roscbud, $1,700.0o0;
Sanders, $427.08: Sil elr flow,
$7,689.94; Sheridain. $1,643.53;
Stillwater, $1,885.77: Swectgrass.
$143.75; Teton, $1,085.84: Toole,
$138.86; Valley, $1,211.97; Whleat
land, $1.012.65; Wibaux. $83.07, and
The residence of John Turncr.
2049 Elmth street, was dynamited a+t
1 o'clock this morninlg antl d;ramaged
to the extent of aboult $51101. No
personls were injured.
The charge was placedtl itn a hole
bored through the outl:r b'loards inlll
mediately above the stonle tisement
of the house. The tdeonation of the
explosion Ibroke all the windtlows on
the south side of Ithel hlose. A large
hole was torn iin thle side of the
building and the piano in the par'lor
Mr. 'l'rnTri and famtily w'ere sleep
ing on the north side of the house
and escaped all injury.
Nellthcer ;\1r. Turner notr the police
have anly theory as to why the hlouse
TiAe Bulletin want ads.
LE(AL NOTICES. U
NOTIt'I' 'T' DEI.IN
Office of the. Montana Silver-Copper
Mining company, Wallace, Ida..
Feb. 2;. 1919.
Notice is hereby given that there
is now delinquent upon the following
described stock on account of an as
sessment of two (2) mills per share
levied on the 20th day of January,
1919, the several amounts set oppio
site the names of the respective
shareholders as follows:
William Fable, certificate No. 1,
12,500 shares; $25.
John Nelson, certificate No. 41,
52.500 shares; $105.
William De\ven, certificate No. 6,
12,500 shares; $25.
W. S. Hutchins, certificate No. 8,
12.500 shares; $25.
George Broulette, certificate No. 9,
62,500 shares; $125.
W. L. Broulette, certificate No. 13,
12,500 shares; $25.
J. I,. Broulette. certificate No. 18,
12,500 shares; $25.
Ora Eisman, certilicate No. 2o7
12,500 shares; $25.
Reid & Dutch, certificate No. 31,
10,000 shares; $20.
E. P. Broulette, certificate No. :S,
5,000 shares; $10.
And, in accordance with law, so
many shares of each parcel of such
stoclk as may be necessary will be
sold at the office of the company, to.
wit: The office of E. R. Turk, secre
tary-treasurer, 517 Bank street,
Wallace, Ida., on the 29th day of
March, A. D. 1919, at 7:30 p. nm. of
said day to pay the delinquent assess
ment thereon, together with the costs
of advertising and expenses of sale.
E. R. TURK,
In the district court of the Seconm:
Judicial district of the state of
Montana, in a":d for the county of
In the matter of the estate of
Charles I). McLure, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that in
pursuance to an order of the above
entitled court, made on the 12th (day
of March, 4919, in the matter of the
e estate of Charles D. McLure, de
ceased, the undersigned, the execu
tor of the last will of said decedent,
will sell at private sale to the person
malting the highest offer and subject
to confirmation ,by the above- en
titled court, on Thursday, the 20th
day of March, '11 9, at 10 o'clock
a. im., at the office of Maury & lel
zner, No. 43 Hirbllour building, Butt',
Silver Bow county. Montana, all tlii'
right, title. interest and estate of th.
said Charles DI. McLure, deceased, at 1
the time of hlis death, and all the
right, title and interest that the saidl
estate has by operationr of law or
otherwise, acquired otheP than, or iii
addition to that of the said Charles
D. Mcelure. at thei time of his de,,th.
in and to one lHundred Fifty Thou
sand (150,l)sI shares of the capital
stock of the C'ascade Silver Mine.:
and Mills. a corporation, organized
and existing under the laws of the
state of Montalli.
Tel lls and conditions of sale: T' n
(10 t per centumli of the purchase
moniey to b, paIid on the day of sale,
is an additional fifteen (15) per ceii
b- um on confiruation of sale by the
said Ii.' rict court, and twenty-flive
(25 ,i per ci',un: within ninety 191o
of days from th.li date of confl.lnation.
te and the bal:ani' on or before six tl;I
e nolitlls froIllt the date of confirnia
Sti. II.IAM R. McLUIRE
IExecut,r of the last will of
;et Charlh i D. McLure deceased.
Dated March 12, 1919.
Suit was insllituld ti1~yv hy Coun
ty Treasurer C. T. 'Putckttt against
Kaiser & Blolonaof. .It-nl a. for the
collection of 11 t18 dclinquent per
sonal taxes in the sunm to $629.73,
through the county attorney, by or
der of the board of ctitoIIissiolners.
The law is such on pr~ltalI taxes
as to hold the treasurtr responsible
on his bond for cllecition of satme
and provides for Ithe seizurle and sale
of all personal property upon which
the taxes are delitltitent.
DEATHS ANDI) FUNEi ItI,1. -
Ainardl-Tl'e re.ains of the Ilte
Dominick Aina:rdi. aged :I0 years,
are at Dugganl's ulilrtal;in; parlors.
Funeral annoullllnilInt litr.
Sullivan-The funeral of thi lalte
lMrs. James Sullivan will 1li., iplace
Thursday morning at 0 Wl cl ] at thl
famlily resitience, 1.,1 E: t I (enteri
strIet. pros)'dling o( the St. I.trence
church, \Viere mallo ; wilIl , , l' lcri t -i
ed at 9:311. Interiaent ill the ath.I
Rellablo Undertaker and Embalmer
822 North Main Street
I)DEATHIS AND FUNEIIAILS.
Thomltas-The funeral of the late
David WV. Thomas will like plttce
\V'etdnesiday afterinoon at 2:3 tl 'clockh
at Datiel & tIlilboa's undertaking par
lour. Intermtent ill Molntain \View
Mieqaid-l-T'hl e arrangements folr
the funeral of the late W\illiall 3le
ttQuaid have not yet bIee coll leted.
lThe remttins are at l)Daniels & Iillbott's
luneratl pit'rlors. Iulleratl notice' ltler.
DANIELS & BILBOA
Undertakers and Embalmers
121E East Park St., Butte. Phone 888
ltesldence Phone 4317-W.
Auto and Carriage Equipment
SHERMAN & REED
CTUNi)EIi'TA Eltilt.S and EMB IALMEtRS
Automobile and Carriage Equipmlent
Itroiaidwav idt A, 'init. 1'lnne 57
() o ( ent No Ad Less
A Wordc Than 181
, AdCLASSIFIED ADS
W rd) (ents.
Golden Gate Pool Hall
Tobaccos, ('igurs, C'igilr(ltic's and
GIVE I'S A ('ALL
272 E. l'ark.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN IBlILLETIN.
MALE HELP WANTED
ARE YOU SICK OR, CRIPPLEI)?
A few treatments of CIIIROPrlAC
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.
RETURNED SOLDII ElIS wishing to
advertise for work can use the
want ad columns of the Daily Bul
letin free of charge. D)o not be
backward in taking advantage of this
offer, we are glad to be of service to
YOUNGwidow of 25 wishes to corre
sDond wilth a young man about
that age. Expect ImatrilllOlln. Ad
dress Mrs. William Turn'er, r Wickts,
FUIRNISIIEI) ROOMS, also 4 rooms
unfurnished, steam hellat, best lo
cation in town, 47 East Granite.
RtOOM IlEN'l' exchanged for labor,
rent $10(.00 a imonthl and up. 619
I I.tNI, I. htn ekeI ping rooms,
stl aiii heI;t, at ; l r ' ,t' ad 'rates. 223
FOR I1IE,'NT ITw housekeeping
rooms, . '1; a month. 1014 Gal
FOR RENT--Two furnished rooms
for housekeeping. 716 Madison St.
2 I'UIINISINEIIlD hounsekCeeping rooms
with bath. 510%'/ W. Galena.
F [VE I,)-ROO1) mttdern flat unfur
nislhtd. 70:t2 l'aryland Ave.
BOARD AND ROOM
BOARID A.\NI OO3M for miners;
homte co,king. Burt Earfley, 627
BOARDI) ANI, ROOM in private fam
ily fort one or two gentlemen.
phone 49112 \.
AUTOS FOR HIRE.
SEVEN- I'ASSNGER Chandler Se
dan. A. G. Nymaa. Phone 5642-J.
A Social Dance Will Be Given by the
BUTTE TURNVERIN SOCIETY
5m""..."uu""..."". AT t'"""" rn
For the Benefit of the
Bulletin Defense Fund
Tickets 75c Ladies Free
tiý )'()I" S \\V I'll IN 'rIII ill I I' N.
TO DISCUSS PLANS
Rlpull hli can (c'alipaign plans waore
outliled and discussed last n4iight at
a meetilng of the party central (liot
Init4eo held ill the Ihirbour block.
(Rep)ublicnll Canlldidates for pIrac
tically all the p (ricip)tl offlices anld
for all w\,airl; except thll e F.irst, have
ol(uter'(d the race wlhic(h elds llon
day, March 24.
Local stlupplorters (it' the (I. O. P.
arc marshalling Iheir forces to se
(mre gi"reater representationl iln the
conllllc il :mtl ol'l'ier(s of thO oily hall.
At the pItesentlll tilie l)oP;i Selfrlidge,
coulncilmln from the Eighth ward, is
the only rtleplblicaa i n the city hall.
Say you saw it advertised in th.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN IIILI.,1'ITIN
A\ IAI, SNAP 5-room house, ill
phtl ered; cement collar; wateI;
telephone and lectrlie lights; 4 lots,
all feneid ill; chii'cken 4tIouse 4)x50;
cow shed (1and coal stI 1hed; 2 blocks
Iroml No. 2 car. Inquire 1015 ('ob
hni. lPhonie 52 :-I
1IItIEI, 1(0071 hlouse, large wood
shed on two lots, watelnr tll(l Ol(c!
rie lights in holuse, sloteping porch
and fiuniture. 11124 Aoliloe. Call
lafter 5.:l0 ill the eveninig.
ftll lnitlre all for $1,9110. 14 it
iefferson street. Pl'hio e 5775-J.
5-ROONM illmodolrl house, Iur'll n.Iace
hiat, ga -rage, two lots or four lots.
F"OR SAl,,10-Lot 60itx100; fenced;
cessIpol], water, garage, chickel
Iioiise 1and1 yard, trees, walks; lrice,
$;250.00 totlay. Inquire 1915 Caro
4-1tOOM house; batlhrom; two lott
in good location, facing Floral
park. A bargain at $1,500. In
lquire B3ox 52, Ilhlletin.
1-ROOM house on two lots; a bar
gain. Apply owner, 19 45 S. Wy
olling st. Phone 5403-J.
IBUICK 37; Rayfield carburetor; fine
coIndition; wilill deonstrate; extra
tires and rims. Phone 843. 43 Hir
ONE IA.IR of boy's gauntlet gloves
in Liblerty theater. Owner can hlave
same by applyilig at IBllletin office
and paying for this ad.
MRS. IHAltltARA PItYOl(---Your sis
ter, Ellen. woull like1 to hear frollln
yout. Any\ine knowinlg the address
of tlhe abolllve namld Iperson kindly
write to Ii. May, Guernsey, Wyo.
PIION()(RIIAI'II records bought and
soldl, also exchanlllged for only a
dime. :129 ý S. A,'izon t St. Rec
ord IExichn Illgl
Pianos Tuned and Repaire&
GITY . 600 S. Clark Ave. 5
Friends we feed.
Friends we meet,
CoIme to the "Pony"
Chile to eat.
TIlE CLASSIC CHILI PARLOR, 210
N. Main st. Chili, light lunches,
etc. Open day and night.
LIST OF CANDIDATES
Aldermuinic candidates for tthe
coming elections were announced at
a meeting of the W\alkerville city
council, helt last evening. They are
as follows: IFirst ward, republican,
Frank Dent, Eugene Hardy; demo
cratic, Joseph P. Williams; Second
ward, detlmocratic, Grover Robinson;
ino replublicanls; Third ward, demo
cratic. Jerry J. Harrington; repub
lican, William 11. Sweet.
The niaimes of clerks and judges
were aIso anlnounced, as well as the
The fintance colinlittee reported
the necessity of pullrc:hasing a team of
horses to tIthe usedl in the removal of
gar.rbtge. The council decided to take
Bulletin Phone No. Is 52
(O will tadle for horses, har
ness and wagons.
105 W. GALENA ST.
FIVE THOUSAND WORKElB
wanted to buy $5 worth of stock
in The Bulletin Publishing Co.
,1)R SALE-Dishes, graniteware,
home-made quilts and lots of odds
andtl ends. 260 E. Porphyry.
sI ET Encyclopedia Britannica, 11th
IEd. India paper edition; $35 quick
ale. Fred Clough, 101 S. Idaho.
NEW ZEALAND Reds and Flemish
Giant rabbits. 2 months to 7
months old. Also rabbit pens cheap.
;0,S N. Alaska st.
POOL IIALL for sale, half block
from Main street. See owner, 47
JEWELRY and second-hand cloth
ing for sale at Uncle Sam's Loan
Office, 11 S. Wyoming street.
CITY EGGS, 75c dozen. 215 W. Mer
cury or the Big Green Coop, Co
MONEY TO LrOAN
MONEY advanced on Liberty bonds,
diamonds, watches, jewelry and
other articles of value; square deal.
People's Loan office, 28% E. Park.
MONEY LOANED at 3 per cent. Dia
monds, Jewelry, Liberty bonds.
Mose Linz, upstairs leweler.
LEWIS & WALKER, assayers and
chemists, 108 N. Wyoming. Phone
CLEANERS AND DYERS
AMERICAN Dyeing & Cleaning Wks.
1341 Harrison ave. Phone 131.
IIAVE your children's hair cut at
E. J. Swaidner's barber shop,
133%½ W. Broadway.
Hemstitching and Braiding
BRAIDING, hemstitching and t.eot
ing. 101 Pennsylvania block. M.