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Greater Business at
Located 210 East Park St.
INew 8pring Goods Com
ilng. An exceptional fine
showing of Ladles' Spring
our low prices for
C1 ` " s trimmed C
$5 ladies trimmed3 95
"'hats"- .;.-~: ----:--.----39.
$2.50 chlds' 115
$2.50 silk skirts 1'95
fo r .... ;...............
$3.50 Ferris cor- 2,65
sets ............. .
$22.50 silk 1850
$6.50 silk skirts 4 n50
$25 spring coats 19,50
lgfor i-----------------. 5
Good wide single 45 -
Direct your friends to this
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
Furniture Bargains r
AT THE S
Union Furniture Exchange
248 E. Park St.
W ATER SGARCE
Itow a Quarrel and Prepar
edness Ended in an Ar- 1
mistice and Disarmament
In a little mountain valley two
Sdien, Jones and Brown, had ranches
side by side. Winding through the f
ceiter 'of the valley a beautiful little
brook babbled along towards the sea.
l'he soil was deep and fertile and
Si lded abuiidantly under irrigation
btit there was not water enough in
thel bookl t.tirrigate all the land.:
'.Wh'eii ,iE'ibs and Brown first set
tldd there-they, got along very well
tiige ler, ;t . , families visiting to
geth al echanging neighborly
d ouartfies, as each for a number of
years had 'titly.a few acres broken
Sand there was water enough for them
both. Btit'as time went along and
each brought more and more land
tinder cutivation the scarcity of I
water became a source of discord and 1
disagreement. First Jones and then
Brown would accuse the other of
taking more than his share of the
water until finally it ended in open
Jones procured a revolver and de
clated that he would see that he got
hils share of the water. When
Brown heard of this he too got a re
volVer, of a better pattern than
Jones',. declaring that ill order to get
his rights he should be prepared to
Jones, still feeling irisecure
bought a shotgun and then . Br i
followed suit. Learning of,,ahigh 1
power, rifle that would shept' clear
across, the valley to Brow's house,
Jones procured one of these. "Then
BrOwn got two.
BIy this time preparedness became
a: mania with thJm. Each was neg
lecting the impriovements of his farm
and spendipg all his income on arms
until their houses were turned into
a: arsenals' and their children lacked
su fleent - food -and- clothing.
A friend from a neighboring val
ley happening along about this time,
f hem advised them to farm their land
togither in. partnership. He explain
ed to them how more land could be
farmed with; the game amount of
water whrle"Yit"dks kept together in
one body, avoiding loss from seep
age and evaporation, and by working
together this way they could secure
a greater prodpct from the land than'
they were getting by working it in
lit they declared that this would
de.t.tby all individuality, that it was
sotelf1istic and. they would have noth
lii: tb hp with it. They dlid agree.
however, that in order to keep the
l pelc, and cut down the expense they
w tld reduie theiri armaments to the
lOliede point."iai ent with .lersonal
satety. So., iey- each ke.t -a good
tirdittS rifle d sold the rest to some
Sflrmers in B neighboring valley who
e erte quarreling over their water.
'Then they signed an agreement
that eaek--would--allow the other to
,.9Da,~gdevelop his own ranch in
tl dhow they 'as;
1 fing-along since, but the water is
"still scarce and it is suspected that
there will be some hard feeling when
irrigating time comes on.
S VOTERS, ATTENTION!
To Whom It May Concern:
George Ambrose, candidate for
mayor on the socialist ticket, is
not a member of the socialist party,
and therefore. the local does not
vouch for him.
. OCAL SOGIALIST PARTY, BUTTE.
GENERAL INFORMATION FOR
WATCHERS AND CHECKERS
Before receiving any ballots the judges-must, in the pres
ence of any persons assembled at the polling place, open and
exhibit the ballot box and remove any contents therefrom,
and then close and lock the same, delivering the key to one of
their members and thereafter the ballot box must not be re
ntbved" fom the 6loliit: places~or presence of the bystanders
until all the ballots are counted, nor must it be opened until
the polls are fnally closed. U b } d
The judges must be legal voters in thq.precinct where the
election is held.
- No person whatsoever shall do any electioneering within
any polling place or in any building in which an election is be
No person shall remove any ballot from the voting place be
fore the closing of the polls.
No elector shall receive a ballot from any other person ex
cept the judges having charge of the polls.
No elector shall vote, or offer to vote, any ballot except such
as he has received from the judges having charge of the ballots.
No elector is at liberty to use or bring into the polling place
any non-official sample ballot.
Any elector who by accident or mistake spoils his ballot may
by returning his spoiled ballot, receive another in place thereof.
Any elector who declares to the judges, or when it appears
that he cannot read or write, or that because of blindness or
other disability, he is unable to mark his ballot, but for no
other cause, must upon request, receive assistance of two of
the judges who shall represent different parties, in the mark
ing thereof, and such judges must certify on the outside there
of that it was so marked with their assistance.
The judges must receive the ballot, and before depositing
it in the ballot box must, in a loud tone of voice, announce the
name, and also the residence of the person voting, and the
same must be recorded on each poll book.
Any person offering to vote may be orally challenged by any
elector of the county, upon any of the following grounds:
1. That he is not the person whose name appears on
the register or check list.
2. That he is an idiot or insane person.
3. That he has voted before that day.
If the challenge is on the ground that he not the person
whose name appears on the official register, the judge must
tender him the following oath: "You do swear that you are
the person whose name is entered on the official register and
If the challenge is on the ground that the person has voted
before that day, the judges must tender the person challenged
this oath: "You do swear that you have not voted before this
If the party challenged takes the oath, he is entitled to vote.
If he refuses to take the oath, or refused to be sworn and to
answer the questionsLtouching matters of his residence, he
must not be allowed to vote.
If the challenge be determined against the person offering
to vote, the ballot must without, examination be destroyed in
the presence of the person offering the same.
The judges must cause the clerks to keep a list showing the
names of all persons challenged, the grounds of such challenge,
the determinations of the judges upon the challenge.
Any person violating any of the matters hereinbefore pro
hibited are guilty of a violation of the election laws of the state
of Montana, and any citizen seeing and hearing a vyittion of
any of these provisions, is authorized, under the laW, to arrest
the offender, and to deliver him to the county jail of Silver
Bow county, Montana.
As soon as the polls are closed the judges must immediately
proceed to canvass the vgtS given at such election. THE
CANVASS MUST BE pPUBLIC IN THE PRESENCE OF BY
STANDE:RS, AND MUST BE CONTINUED WITHOUT AD
JOURNME:NT UNTIL COMPLETED AND THE RESULT
THEREOF IS PUBLICLY DECLARED.
- In making the count the ballots must be opened singly by
eie of the judges, and the contents thereof, while exposed to
the view of the other judges and the bystanders, must be dis
tinctly read by the judge who opens the ballots. As the bal
lots are read the clerks must keep by tallies, on a sheet in the
tally book, the number of votes cast for each person.
The People's Candidate for Mayor of Butte
Will Address Voters
of the East Side
Kemper Avenue Hall
"CORNIER KEMPER AVE. AND GALLATIN ST.
AT 8 O'CLOCK
Come and hear the important issues of the campaign
discussed from a common-sense standpoint.
OUl fir't uMnie in this list will fr scth, anle discussed by every Iner
hber ofb thile fualily. It' vou seeck tlhe -mtronage of the workers, make
sure of first getting their good-will by advertising in their paper-the
onlyD paper in Butt that is lublishled i(n tNIe interests of. your customers.
NOT THE LARGEST CIRCULATION
BUT THE LARGEST PROVEN RESULTS
Wage-Earners' Shopping Guide
AUTO REPAIR CHIROPRACTIC HABERDASHER POOL ROOMS
1OPS Lamibro's I'ool Hall,
SHOPS - -Dollar Shirt Shop, 42 E. a 'ark St.
.R Flora W. Emuery Rialto Theater Bldg.4
Patteton & Crie Room 9, Silver Bow Block.
Pattetron 'aCurle, RESTAURANTS
Mercury and Montana. HATS FOR MEN
Lacey Auto Repair and Service CIGARS Spokane Cafe,
Shop, Nickerson, The Hatter, 111 S. Main street.
1126 Utah The J. A. Cigar,n 112 W. Park street. Leland Cafe,
7Union 2 East Park street.
Grand Avenue Repair Shop, - a
Corner Harrison. and CEMENT WORK HARDWARE Moxom Cafe,
Grand. CEMENT `'ORD_ 29 W. Broadway.
aGrand. Crystal Cafe,
SSewell's Hardware, 69 East Park Street.
Butto Carraige Works, CEMETERY COPING 221 East Park street.
30 to 56 E. Silver St. Maurice F iley, Shiners, Furniture. Walkrs (rah) e,
S1109 W. Woolman. 75 East Park Street. E. Park and Arizona.
SSAY _ERS DARk P07 S1 . Arizona.
SDAIRIES ..IE C EAI PAR- Golden West i~afe,
4saersr, )l-As-yr -- LORS, C(ANDIES, Etc. 227 S. Main.
B, . street. Iest Yet Butter Shop, I andley's Cafe, '
322 S. ain St. 326 N, Wyoming.
22 . Main St. Olympia Fruit Co.,
AtUTOS BOUGHT Ilue Bird Butter Shop, 14 N.' Dakota St,.
AND SOLD 209' \. Park s. =- REAL ESTATE
Crystal Creamery, JEWELERS - ---
459 E. Park street. " Wulf Realty Co.,
E. H. + , ---- --. 106 W. Granite St.
St. Montana Jewelry Co.,
DRUG GISTS Opticians, Etc.,
-_____ 73'.Iast iPark-street. SIOES
A NTING _
Jaccues Drag Co., People's Loan Office,
-- I 1957 Harrison avena.. 28 g East Park street. Chicago Shoo Store,
Butte Carriage Works, Pair Drug and Assay Co., 7 S. Main street.
..f 10 to 56 E. Silver St. ar a Arizon. Broie the eweler Walovr Soe Co.
__________________________• _ -E. lark at Arizona. 40 .East. Park street.Wal Par S trt.
SA "T' S 46 W. Park Street.
Jts S9. & .S Je welry ('o.,
N DENTISTS 21 East I'ark Street.
s Boad Bketa, satreets. tTowle-Winteralter-anuln SECOND-AND UR
C. A. Pankey, Dentist, Company, NIT URE
,t . S. 11.%v W. Park street. 101 'W. PaRk, t.. e S. .
*,. Union Dentists, Powell Jewelry Co., Charles Noland,
-_ _- Third Floor Rialto Bldg. 112 N. Main St. 105 West Galena St.
1. Simnool, 10., West Galena St.:- ~
Stedri Baths, 1. Sinon, 0
504 . Broadway. FISHING TACKLE, 21 North Main. SPECIALISTS
-------- FISU----- --- ---- -IST
BUTCHERS RODMAKING, ETC. LADIES' TAILOR Dr. w. II. ntavyland,
71 West Park St.
Schumacher Meat Co., Ted Ross, O'Brien, Ladies' Tailor,
18 E. Park St. 73 W. Park Street. 422 Phoenix bk ek.
Truscott's Corner, ---- . Zal, SHOE REPAIRING
E. Park and Grant. 504 W. Park
Western Meat Co., FURNITURE c--- MManus Shoe Shop,
121 E. Park St. __ - LAI)IEI' 5 S. Wyoming.
Independent Market, Shiner's, Furniture, ' A
203 South Main. 75 E. Park street. ARMENTS SECON) AND
B. Kopald Co., Furniture,
BA E IES 58 West Broadway. Popular Ladie' Garkment Store, CLOTHING,
T.Union Funiture Exchange. Thte Iternational Store, JEW\Ir11Y, ETC.
Manhattan Bakery, 210 E. Park.
205 W. Pkrk. FLORISTS Uncle Sam's I.oan Office,
Dahl's Baikery,. Wmin.
107 N. Montana Street. Columbia Floral,
47 West llroadway. Orton Bros., TAILORS
Royal Bakery, 216-218 N Ma.l St
S20 South Main.
Home Baking Co., FRUIT AND VEGE- MEN'S OUTFITTERS erard Ja. Dakoa treet.,
Olympia St. TABLES Montana Tailors,
Barker System 6of Bakeries, L Emlporium Clotlhes Shop.. 425 N. Main street. i
121 W. Pa'k St. 34 E. Park.
128 W. Park St. People's Fruit Co., Brennans, E. Zuhl, Tailor,
39 East Park. 125 N. Main St. 504 W. Park street.
BARBER SITOI'S --- -------- Fashion 'Tailoring, Dundeo Woolen Mills,
47 W. Park. 62 West Park Street.
Con Lowney, GROCERIES Palace Clothing & Shoo Store, Butte Ttliering Co.
309 N. Main. 53-55 E. Park St. 116 S; Main St.
Pastime Barber Shop and Pool Anger Grocery, Montana Clothing and Jewelry W. Oertel,
Room, Har.rison and IIarvard. Company, 431 V S. Arizona St.
210 North Main St. J.R. Becky, 103 S. Arizona.
Park Barber Shop, 2701 Elmn St. O. K. Store, Big 4,
86 E. Park. Allen's Grocery, 24 E. Park St. 17 W. Park St.
Fair Barber Shop, 329 So. 1204 E. Second street. Bouchers, Scotch Woolen Mills,
Arizona p Kermode, Groceries, 27 W. Park St. 43 East Park St.
onS. 421 East Park street.
Poynter's Cash Store,
BATTERIES 1854 Iarrison. PIIO'TylGRAPHl TEAS, COFEES,
FCH R I)Shannon Grocery, ' . TE S, CO TEE".. .
RECHARGED T. A. Casouth ain.Grocery, Thomson's Par studio, ,. 'SPE
._ F._T. A. Cash Grocery, 217 East Park Straeet. "
627 East Galena Street. - Grand Union Tea Co.,
Montana Battoey Station, Truseott's, rotta, . .W. Broadway.
2t2I S. ArionkB.r East Park and Grant. . . 88 W. Broadway.
B u tt e BI a t te r y , . A lm e s G r o c e r y , -. . . . . . . . .. . . . . ..
119 s. M. St.: 316a N. Main gt. Eagle Pool Ial l, UNDERTmAKERS
.... ,Hanson's Cash Grocery, 17 Talbot Avenue. U""
CLOTHES CLEANING T. J. M scC asrthy, _ OPTICIANS .u o s
A6D P" -SI. . . ... -... .. 22 N
317-319 East Park Street. Opticians. Etc., .5 East Park t
Bernard Jacoby, Arizona Cash Market, . 73 East Park St.
19, S. Dakota Street 429 S. Arizona St. Towle-Winterhalter-Itannican VUICNIZNG
Bishop Bros.. Company,
CLOTfHING AND TAI- 119 Walnut st. 101 W. Park St. - .......
- TI----- Powell Jewelry Co., J. L. Mlathiesen, Vulcantising,
LORING FPOR MEN (1ENTS' FURNISH- 112 N Main St 40 East GalAna
Big 4 Tailor. INGS OUTFITITERS WELDING
17 West Park Street.
Allen & Darnell, Murphy Money Back Store, Francis J. Early. Vulcan Welding Works,
207 East Park. (i5 E. Park St. 715-719 E. Front St. 116-118 S. Wyoming