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There Will Be a Meeting at the
Sunday Night, April 6, at 8 o'Clock
COiME AND HEAR THE TRUTH
,"VS \ 'I 5:.\V I II 'iIl 111 1 ,11 LI;'I'\.
By ALBERT RHYS WILLIAMS
gives first- hand
during his slay in Russia.
He gives the truth about
Russia and the Soviet.
TEN CENTS A COPY
ON SALE AT THE BULLETIN OFFICE
SAY )'(U SAW IT IN Tlii iULLETIIN.
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SOME PEOPLE think TIIIE IIOI-TOWVN merchants'
ADVERTISING IS simply IID FOR their trade,
* * * * * *
SPENDING MONEY. AND TIIAT'S a good reason
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BUT TIIE wise man knows FOR ADVERTISING
IT'S TIIE surest way to make IN A newspaper.
more. * * *
* * * AND NOT only that,
TIIE ONLY problenl is, * * *
* * * BUT
WHIAT MEDIUM to use. * * *
* * * THE MERCHANT using hand
CIRCULARS AND hand-bills bills
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COST A LOT of money, AND CIRCULARS hopes
BUT YOU give them away, FOR TEN READERS to the
* * * hundred bills-
SO NOBODY wants them * * *
* * * IF WILLIE delivers the 100.
ON THEIR front porches, * * *
* * * WHEREAS the newspaper ad
NOR IN their morning mail. vertiser
THE MAN on the street IS SURE of at least four read
* * * ers
PAYS REAL money * * *
* * * rO EVERY copy of the paper.
FOR 1115 n*wspapN*
FOR IIIS newspape ?AND THEY all read and heed
AND THAT'S why he values it IIIS ADS.
TIIAN A circular. LOOKS PLEASANT
lIE BRINGS his paper home AND GROHWS fat in the
SO THAT every member N ,.
BREEZY, up - to - the - minute * * *
news OUR ADVERTISING manager
*T * * * * *
AND PROFIT by heeding EXPLAIN.
The Butte Daily Bulletin
SAY YOU SAW IT IN TIlE IULLETIN.
USE BULLETIN WANT ADS
EYES ARE ON RUSSIA
All Russia Asks to Stop
Destruction and Use En
ergies for Constructive
(Special United Press Wire.)
Paui. .April 3.--There i: now hie.
fore the peace conference a delinite
oncictete proposal frolli lthe Russian
govf'lernment for cessation of hostil
it hears PremierI L.ettine's
sig:ature. There is also aulthorlita
tive infornmation that Eitarl Kautsky,
(Germtali radic(al, is lonw inll .1cows,
trying to arrange a formial alliance
between Geri. an'y mil itttlssia. in
tilh lig ht of those Iwo facts the
peace' dtlegates are giving mIore
thought to Russia than the daily of
ficial ommunlliquets indicate. An
other illl)mportanl'lllt f';((tor' is that ltedi
.al Imiol aIre i becom('('lllilng alarmelllld t
I le possible spretad of a typhus epi
domnic west wlard frontl lussia. It is
learned from an atllthoritative source
that iiforlttation, based on the reporti
of the director of hlealth in PIetrotgrad
slhows the followilng conditions
thete: 1i0,0011 or 40,t000 of an esti
tiated poputlation of 1,00t,000 Ire
inoe ill hospitals and 70,t100 serious
ly ill il their holmes to whom it is
inllmpossible to give i1imore than one
te(nth of the It)tamount ofit food th ey
In additioni there are 100,00 ill
who ar' utialble to go toi the city
kitcheins. Hlost of them have swol
len lllts or other niltlltlll s causll id
t:y lack of food. The death rate ill
Peltlogrlad is 125 daily. Fiour thols
anld ciases of spotted typhus ill 1lio
:ity with 1I deaths daily. Typhus
is incllreasinllg. Cholera aind bubllonic
plagule are expected to mltake their
appia'aniiie this spring; 3,500 hotuses I
lInve brokenl seweris or wa\ter pipes
whith i it is impossible to repair bt'
cause of laik of materials, addingl to I
11Ie mIieOnace to lhealth. The gioverll
tne11i1 has discolltilnutcd n:.ssenger
(ralice until April 10 to e1nable ((0I to
100 carloads of food to be Ibrought
into 'Petrograd daily.
(Special I'nitcd P'ress \'irt . t
Sooul. Korea. April ;.--- Wild rtutn
or's tit ltPresidlent \V'iil.;on wtas cent
ing- to S;;coul to investigate Ktiorrean
ti'iiands for in ,liCi cdletice threoW KO
isI.an into a stait Il" greatt xeilte itl.
It is; also r teported, without iontitiia
tion, hat ain airplal;c nle Ihounbedtl Ith,
governlor gt'eneral's office. Anlti-Jlap
ttesie delllioinsltrations lare n.'iin1
If you want to sell, buy, exchangt
or rent, use Bulletin want ads. They
Sti(atement lithe (Ownership, iMalage
mtent, ('iiculatlion. E(tc., IlHeqir(ed
by Ithe Act of (Congress of Aug. '21,
Of the Butte Daily Bulletin, pub
:ished daily except Sulndail:, at Butte,
lMoltl., for April 1, 1919.
State of iMontana, County of Silver
ic:'ore meno a notary public in and
f'o the stale and county aforesaid,
personally appeared II. B. Smith,
who, la\vinlg been duly sworn ac
hordinig to law, dep)oses anud says that
he is Ithe editor of the Iitlte Daily
Bulletin, and that the following is, to
the best of his knowledge and belief,
:a tine s.tatement of the ownership,
tlallnagentetllll aind circtulattion, etc., of
the aforesid publication for the d(late
shownl ill the above caption, required
by the act of Aug. 24, 1912, em
bodied in section 443, postal laws and
1. That the names and addresses
of the Ipublisher, editor, managing
editor anld bullsiness manattgers are:
Publisher lBulletin Publishingi
company, 101 South Idaho street.,
Editor. It. B. Smith, 101 South
Idaho street, Blutte, Mont.
\Ianagiing editor, R. B. Smith, 101
South Idaho street, Butte, Mont.
lBsiness manager, R. B. Smith,
101 South Idlaho street, Butte, MIont.
2. That the owner are: R. B.
Smitih, 101 South Idaho street, Butte,
Mont.; VW. F. Dultn, 101 South
Idaho street, Buttc. Mont.; A. B.
Ma.xwrell, 101 South Idaho street,
hut te, Miont.
3. Tlihat the known bond holders,
mnortgagees, atid other security hIoltd
ers owning or hiolding 1 tior ccitt or
more of total amount of bonds,
mortgages, or other securities are
[arry I)uggan, H. Tyvandl, RI. 3B.
Smith, A. B. Maxwell, W. F. l)unn,
Leo Daly, A. B. Molzncr, 'l'in ii F.
Nolan, trustee; Miss Erker, all of
4. That the two paragralphs next
above, giving the niaml's of the own
ers, stockhiolders, atnd security ihold
ers, if any, contain not only the list
of stoclikholders and security Ilhildeurs
ais they appear utpon the books of the
complnlly. tbut also, in cases where
the stockholder or security hlolder
l,]tCieirs Ipon the books of the coim
ially as trustee or in any other fidutci
ary relation, the name of the lperson
ior cOrpor;ltlion for wIomi such tItis
tee is acting, is given; also that the
said two paragraphs contain state
mients eimbracing affiant's full knowl
edge ,nd belief as to tLe circum=
stances and condtions under whiich
stockholders and security holders
who ilo not applear upon the books of
thie comltiany as trustees, hold stock
tantd securities in a capacity other
thani thiat of a bona fide bwner; and
this affiant ihas no reason to believe
that any other person, association, or
coripiration ihas any interest direct or
indtirect in the said stock, bonds, ot
other seciurities thin as so stated by
5. That the average number oi
copies of each issue of this Dublica.
tion sold or distributed, through thl
miails or otherwise, to paid sub.
scribers during the six months pre.
ceding thie date shown above is 9,255
R. B. SMITH,
Sworn to and subscribed before mc
thiis 27th day of March, 1919.
(Seal) H. A. TYVAND,
(My commission expires June 21
At 1i South *loo ';,, tIrect will
Ibe kept open da, :mid i lit until
after the election, \iy::i 7. and or
galtizatton mceetin,- ",ill ibe held
Contribution , to tht,, campaign
fund of the NOillOn:l!i-;ian cliub will
be received by Mr - H. . eltn
nedy, A. B. Meizelm r and Liiarry
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DEATHS ANM I'T1:ILtI14.
Meclltyre-Patric,. :., -months
old toloved son io .\ . nodt Mrs.
Mlicthael Mlclntyre, di,i this iloo ning.
The fluneral will litl phiItt Iotorrow
( 'ridaly 1 afternoon :it " o'clock at
the faniily resideince.. '1 : i t, ls ark
stlret. Interment i l .I llotly ('rloss
lestl--The remiains .of the late
a;ry Kesl, aged 42 yas,. \Iwho die'd
l Iis morning at thle famiily residence,
515 South D)akota str.n t, will the
shipped to Salmo In, Itd:ll.l. S.tutday,
whelre intermnent will Iltke pit lace.
('alsidy---The funeral of the lale
Mrs. Elizabeth Cassidy, aged 75
year1s, will take place tomorrow
(Friday) morning it !i o'clock at
IDuggal's undertaking pllalolrs, pro
coedilng to St. Anni' cIhurch(', where
tmass will bie cel.,lata d at 9:30
Wotclockl. Interment in tiht' tHoly ('ross
Itelay--The retmains, of Ilie late
('ceil I)elsay, who died yestlerday
will be shipped to .\lodora, Ind..
where intermient will take place.
Boyle- -M icihael losyh., ani old liiit
tiiner of ltutte, died yestrlday aftetr
inoon at his late residenceo. 24 East
Colpper str.l.t. No ''arran.i 'iemen ts' l will
be made retgarding ith fultnral ilnlil
his Ilbrother ill Ilooklyn, N. Y., is
Sull i an Mi's. Jt'reuiiiah tiulliv'ant,
agedt 25 yetars, died this ;Ifternoon.it.
'The 'fun rt'al will take lilae' Sal tir'
tday tm'or'intg at 9 o'clockt at tlhe resi
dtio ce ofl' li' sister, 316( East iiroitd
waly, pr'ced'ing to St. . l tily's lcthurclh,
whe'e imaiss wilt be 'eleratd'l t at 9:3(I
o'clock. Ilnterient in holy (cross
Reliable Undertaker aind Emnbalmner
822 North Main Street
Siamisoni, i. t'i :1 da .;. "atts held this
afternooin at. 4 o'clock from l)Daniels
& Ililloti l'ineral chapel. Interment
in Mlounit Aloii:tlh cel to.rty.
DANIELS & BILBOA
Undertakers and Embalmers
125 East Park St., Butte. Phone 888
Residence Phone 4317-W.
Auto and Carriage EqRulment
In the District ('ourt of the Second
.ludicial Iistrict of the State of
Montana, in and for the County of
In the nlitter of the application of
Thel! utle Portrll'it Compalnliy, a cor
poration, for a Decree of i)issolu
Notice is herelby given that The
lltutto Portratit Coimpany, a corpora
tion, orgainized and existing under
and by virtue of the laws of the
Slate of Montuna, has presentied to
and filed in the District Court of the
Second Judicial District of the State
of Montana, in and for the County of
Silver Bow, its application and peti
tion praying thati it lie dissolved, andt
be allowed to voluntarily dissolve and
Any person may file objections to
the said application on or before the
third day of May, A. D. 1919.
Witlness lily hand and the seal of
said t('lurt this second day of April,
A. 1). 1919.
(Court Seal.) Clerk of said Court,
By RO1lT. DOWNING,
H. A. TYVANIl,
Attorney for lApplicant.
(First Public:alion April 3.)
NOTICE 'T'( ('IEDITOIIS.
Estate of Henry Smith, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned, attdiinistratrix of the
estate of Henry Smllith, deceased, to
the creditors of ndil all persons liarv
ing claims against the said deceased,
to exhibit ,theml with the necessary
votlchers, wilthin four months after
the first publication of this notice,
to the said adntinistratrix at the of
fices of Wheeler & llaldwin, attorneys
at law, 42 Hirbtour building, Butte
Montana, the samile being the plan(
for the tlransaltion of the businest
of the said estate, in the County of
Silver Ilow, Stiat of Montana.
Administraltrix of the Estate
oif I lenry Smlith, Deceased.
Dated linie. .lontana, this third
day of April, 1919.
(First l'ullietion April 3.)
NOTiCE: T0 iCREDITOIIS.
Estate (if Iirry Webster, Deceased
Notlice is ieirlby given by the uni
dersiginetd admiii-i<lratrix of the es
tate of Hlarry \\'iVster, deceased, t(
the crediltors of a:nd till persons hav.
ing chlils i ag -l( tihe said deceased
to ,exhiit Ilhoni. with the necessary
vouceli'h lr, wilthin four nionths after
the first lpu litaitiiO of this notice, it
thei staid t :ilmiiti-tratrix at the court
hose., pitliet tttinistrator's office
Butteo, M31it!., lhi same being thi
pl(at for the ( Ira:ln:iction of the busi
iess. of said iie ati.al ill the county o
Silver loltw. i! of Montana.
.\A.\l(E B. DUGAN,
Adininiistrl.tix of the Estate of Haer
ry ' l;eil r, ,.i nr eased.
Dated Iltuit. M\lontana, this 12tl
day of Mairch. 1919.
(First Pu'. Mairch 13. 1919.)
Ilulletin io.stl,'.rs should patronize
(Continued L'roln Pi eo One.)
tier in ai year. I didnit know she
had been ill. As I s'tld beside the
remains and tou toi(ched hi hand, and
in doing so pullhd tac lithe sleeve,
and on her anli I bh.t ,vid an ugly
bruise. I sutggested to lit' uIIrse that
the spot lIe covl \Vi w I itpiece of
lIce. The nurse told me that her
body was cover (i with s iila'r splots.
I asked no mo11re'. 1 was fOlld of her
and was surlprisetd find herl in such
"I was so agilated when I heard I
about the unpllt:is;illltness tlot I canl
not rememllber the womlnil who tollj
of it. neither tria I give a dsilription
of her. thoulghi i t e' is iltia he' lives
across the street friom the Morlrissey
homl e," replied Aliss Slii'vti . \\ lhell
cross-examnlined bly lputy (' ount A
it irne-'y MAlllaniel.
"No. I did not. fool it Itty place o I
ask this woman to illnform the ail
thoitties. I did not think it nlces::ary
at Ithat holuse.'
"\'While at the underltker':a rooims
I talked to AIr. llarringtot ." said
MAliss Sullivan in reply to furtherl '
lquestionSlli by Attorney hDtilanieli
"ind I asked him if she had hbeen
sick long andt he told ime he thought
lceart failure caused her death.
"I had not seen ht'er ill lllman
months. for l have not been in her
homne since Kate's mother died.
"I eardtl nae thee nml of til nl'urse
lie unldterltakerl's," Aliss Sullivan sl-t
idt ill reply ito ques(tionls from Attlor
noy M1Olzllol, "lb t I Cannot lOlt l t'cml
the na11 le."
ealik Voices and linow Nothing.
SO I of the willtnesses seelllmed toi
Ilhave lost Iheir volei after ra'llhillng
the big 'courlotrloo, iand it was with,
tlifficl ltly that attornlleys, julrors, re-1
Iporterl s or ' lly onle else tcould Iihat
some of hlio answers to quesliolls. In
this regard difficulty was had withll
Plt Iiley. who was plheatl in diffor
elut spots Iliat the jury might htor"
him1 distinctly, but after Riley h1ad1
been finaltly c imfortili y situated itl;
111i \witllness chair it was founld he
inel'i h tlitl or I ln llitlu g aioIt l lt'
case, even though he was a backdoor
N e',er l,,d1 Quarrlos.
Mr. 1ind ,Mlr;. Johh Coughlin, oihci
neli.h ors of the Morrise\:- ;, and who
live lp tairisf OVer l fH." MI ..M lioM- Ioll
ailso i -llt lie Ii al as far i ts they kltw
Al1tr. Motl'rismey wwas a wotania with a
0)10 Poent No Ad Less
A Word E Than .15
in LASSIFIED ADS ent.
IMALE HELP WANTED
A'AN\ I).1(--lGood all a rund huthrI
at once. . F. .i. Miller, 241 So.
\lain street. ivi'1ngstun, lo Lt.
.\li: Y011 SI(1K OIl0 C'l II l'f.I' i)?
A few treatmentsI'iltl 'of C IIIIn AC
'I(t will relieve you. At any rate
.give it a trial. Quit drugs'. A\void
the operation. Se 1Flora \\'. El, ery,
Roo 9 9, Silver 1ow hlocik.
\'ANTED- Four miners; must take
finanl cial init'rst in emolpully
readIy to prod uco. E tl l ir'.e I1I
RETURNED SOLDIERS wishing to
advertise for work can 1use the
want adl columns of the Daily But
letin free of charge. Do not be
backward in taking advantage of this
offer, we are glad tobe of service to)
FtIlIST ('ILASS ( ou1t: wants work o4
an1lh or railroad4) ; 1 yeNa's 4 X rlt4 i
((11(' I'. 11. ('ook, Arizolt Pfool
hall, 212 East Park streeIt..
WANTED TO BUY
WANT TO UlY a small rtu.,about.
auto cart. lMust 1e in good condi
tion. Box 78, Whtitchall, \Monlt.
HIIGIIEST 1prices paid for men's dis
carded clothing. 'hone 51753-W.
LIGHT .ANI) AIRY room for one
gelutlelma1n, bath; with privalte
famitly. 1s8 S. ('olorado. Plhn0 e
26 N 7-\W.
1'lEAS.\NT out04sihde ' roolms; very'
quiet; rates by 4",,cl or month. $ 1
per week up. Li:sa block, 401 Colo
ROOM IEN''T exchanged for la1bor,
rent $10.00 a month and up. 619
\I1()Ilt~1[ N suiit, ceanii, sunny, house
kl t'ni;,g rooms, .i4o.1tp; 412 S. .lain.
110()1'SI.IKEI'IING; ;10 month and
up. Realnt 4ex)4t4nge)d for hlabor. 619
riO. 'T:lll : or live room, clen,
very i11.ely furnish' hotuse(keepl)
inlg suit'- . ,or 1a1 I'li 5lar people.
'hon le 6:; (;:.
I'WO ) 11 Tt'IHiRElIE furnished house
keeping rIoimsr. 317 Kemper ave.
NIC(E ('MIAN houselkeeping rooms.
10 North W\1ahington.
TW-O NItiE, clean, large, pleasant
furniled housekeepilg rooms;
Convenie)n't; sunlny; close inl. 507
2 SIJ1TE':S ofl ho4us.'keeping rooms.
vith blth. 225 S. Dakota.
2 I,'1tNIS IEI-lo housekeeping rooms
with h4th. 51,1/. W. Galena.
1 CABIN for rnt; hot and cold wa
ter. 1255 1.. First st. $7.50 month.
4-ROOM modern house. Inquire
1125 14. Second st. Phone 3231-W.
FOIL RENT -- '2-room house; hard
wall linisIh; close in; rent $10 per
month. l.o)lire 1623 Florence ave.
If You Can't Come, Phone
ateur- 1-9-8-5 i
('l; t',u ". II'·1
!b. 50c, Doz., -r-I(
64 EAST BROADWAY
FOR SANITARY MEATS AND GROCERIES
T w ,, !t8-l,.. , ,nIks 1d t .t .il.1 i .l l) lur, or lt ,lo lto' fli est
prl.,' ,, t. lf ,,,11 ý I'1, - - ... .. -- -- ---......... . - - - - - - - -- -$ 1 3 .3 5
'i'\\ ! N-l . i (:Ier l' una . l lii I r m e .l ll i ll.l
in st A d U rll w i. . t I i ll- - - -----. - ---$11.10
tS th1. ýnl 1; ..I' ..(: ,t111" funnyt1 1;1(' 11e 11tt. u rs m il by IMte
H utt.,I II l l ilr 1:1.. oil ..\ r tllh Ink'Itta. f it' T I' ur laty tota l
iriillix S.. 6.00
SAY YOU SA\\" IT IN TIlE HULLETIN.
h1e1)1' f 1151 l tol years and u1'i'1
118l 411!'d ~lý i's. ('olgbt haul Sill'
ha,, 1 41,ai~ 11t1a 1 l l ae l JillirllurriS l II
4n44li 1' w 11"'. rs . lCo 'glin said S.e
h 1(1 14t It 111 1114 1any ,1oo1. cll h11
14111lrl. I j 1II 44111, l)l~ti 4111 41118: I tglii~
. P0811 hl lIt is ll a 11141,l 41 huh
t'n1s111 111 1114 ail, d '111411I il d1 II'
1,11411111 418' II V ic·i i idl 114' hlW is bnlood
1111)111 4411 lii , 1444 11(1 night 11y1 411. .i.
,'I t) LI;, -whose eelnve);+ nce vi t'a:: laid up
'orWIl 4841111 114' Mll. )11111j ihi' . ti .
I;r in ll n 11:lll ý Il l Ills < 1 14 'l' rl. 111
1111, holy 1 1 4111 I v 10 11 (8t.In 4hi'
4111, ur+l' ll,, 11114 441 ll lil Moi ssd y
t41 i'll -111141 415tl Mtll' ng A i' 14 11 4 l
: III 181 'III'' r l l~l,,. I t, 141 1 Ill 111 yil
II 1ow811, 111111 noI' h+ 1114118 II 1114 1111 1
Ill 1111'r 11141 sai he sat ' 111( 11'1 1 0(14~
'l'\ ()-IHOO1l, N ('Il iY furnished t'lat.
7:15 S. ,\lontui,
I-1100 1 modern ho sts, f't'rniishid;
g1'larage ill ('tolltti'lIioI. $2.. ISO
Valninut ,t. P'hon ',:: +\V.
I i0 A('IElS of patented land in
('artier county; all lfenced; 75 acres
ibroke. For sale cheap or tratde. 182
SNAP -- 4-r1ot oo Iousie; 1 lot; end No.
2 car lir(,; house cost $1,23100;
forced to sell all for $.I,i001; part
tentis, or will trade for auto. Plhoni
3-11OO,1 house on two lots; a bar
gain. Apply owner, 1945 S. Wy
omting st. Phone 5407-J.
2-STOIlt f'rantio house; (; room ,
large hall. 720 E. (Galena.
FOIR SA. lE--Lot 60x100 ; fenced;
ce.'sloo1l, water, garage, chicken
Iollse i land yard, trees, walks; price,
$250.00 today. Inquire 1915 Caro
4-R(((OOM houlse; bathroom; two lots
ill good location, facing Floral
park. A ibargain at $1,500. Int
quire Blox 52, Bulletin.
FURNITURE FOR SALE
IIIL)S, ItI'GS, 1)11ESSEIIS and sew
ing tmahline for salo,. cheap; leav
ing city; 50' r . 1laiit, lbasemient.
:(AS RANGE 'S and all kinds of furui
tlure for sale cheap. 119 W. (Ga
W\VOIt5 I horl , 5 years old; spr'ing
wagon and harness. li.ear 425 N.
-IHEA\'V , LTMlIIEI -- Second-lha:d.
Cheap. Apply, (619 Utah.
HIORSEI:S and cows, 26001 Harrison.
iAIil' FOR SAI,:E- AI, c-ntrally
local ). Snap. Phone 5790-W.
1ES'l' piluire fra illg shop in town;
illlltlt dialte possessi)onl; cheap rent.
inquire :321 E. Park.
JEWE':I,RY and second-hand cloth
inlg Ifor sale at Uncle Sam's Loan
Office. 11 S. Wyoming street.
A Il Ni'l ON If KEYS. between Almyra
bloitk a lei ellOllt boardig house,
Ea:t quari'iz street. Finder return to
Ihulletln o 'i'e.
(ONt' Ii \'11. Mlallose male cat, val
i'd as sa pet by a sick lady. Lib
erIs reI ,ariid will be Iaid and no qtes
ltions asked. Deliver to 1100 W.
GASOLINE coupon book No. 69 and
also solme claim checks. Returll
to II. IRudulph, 328 So. Main street.
Business phone 2711, residence
Bulletin Want Ads Get
Results. Phone 52
ý::I1·" had alsofi 11Pllprd to Canso c) (]seol
t;ii on. Ile dill not know the pause
of .rn wtimonfns iiicti, noull In halt he.
'lii, ,young Bcit ec didl not sexe any
ofi I bruises on I Il bdv which Ihal
flu - 10b otlier wit 04.0'S. whichi
U 8150' ,,:.r I: eespit'd by sh ying that
lii. itt l 414 Irr bi n an1 neii rer than
Ii lit'' pr i' 1( e I 1," 1ad(1 s 4d lii
hep 1ýf tier in ii' by' liking; hold
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!ill,0'l~i~'0 the nt ofi'e V 'ilet o' this iir
tir' liter Ili 441)1 n thf.li t thn' Mlorris
l'IVE THOUSAND WOiKERS
wianted to buy $5 worth of stock
in The Bulletin Publishing Co.
IUI('K : 7; Riaylield carburetor; fine
coiitlioin; will iellonstrate; extra
tiri's aln rims. Phone 843. 43 llir
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY advanced on Liberty bonds,
dianmonds, watches, jewelry and
other articles of value; square deal.
People's Loan office, 28% E. Park.
MONEY LOANED at 3 per cent. Dia
monds, jewelry, Liberty 'bonds.
Mcse Linz, upstairs leweler.
LEWIS & WALKER, assayers and
chemists, 108 N. Wyoming. Phone
CLEANERS AND DYERS
AMERICAN Dyeing & Cleaning Wks.
1341 HIarrison ave. Phone 131.
HAVE your children's hair cut at
E. J. Swaidner's barber shop,
1331% W. Broadway.
Ie patriotic, smoke Army and
Navy brand cigars. For sale at
Hemstitching and Braiding
IlIRAIDING, hemstitching and icot
ing. 101 Pennsylvania block. M.
Friends we feed,
Friends we meed,
Friends we meet,
Come to the "Pony"
Chile to eat.
'I'IAT OLD HAT. Get it reblocked
and cleaned to look like new.
Both ladies' and gents' hats renovat
ed. Fifteen years' experience as a
hat maker. The Nifty Hat Shop,
SG61. E. Park st.
VICTOR, Columbia, Gennett, Pathe,
Edison records bought, sold and
exchanged. :ecord Exchange, 329½
S. Arizona, Iutte.
It1l')O)LPl TRANSFER CO. Phone
2711 or 2749.
FOR CLEANING vaults and cess
pools call 4075-W. Louis Perry,
1037 Maryland Ave.
Pianos Tuned and Repaire~
GLUYON, 600 S. Clark Ave. 65$