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Of All Kinds
1\ "" i ll kit d, d
iNeatly and Prompt!y
112 N. Main
L~t i t
Saturday, April, , 1919.
AI mision 75c. Lad : , iree.
lacer. body wcelcomce.
Peynter's Cash Store
18154 II HUUSON AVE.
Wholesale to Consumer.
Do you realize that by buying
your supplie each day in sdall
quantities that your day's pay
goes little more than half as far
as it would if you bought the
whole week's supply at one
time? Call up Poynter's
6534-R, and order your week's
Larg . whitetir meatli 'iud:l . lr
100 lhs. .. . $1.50
JS ]hc. Cre unu hard whuat
flour at . . ..... ..... 5.
lee lb. granulated sugar (I tit
.t ........ .$10.90
100 lIt granulated sugar
(cana) at . -.... _---..$11.00
11 bars White laundry soap
for ................ ..... $1.00
l ih. ry onions ...... .....
Carnation milk, 4.4 tall vans,
for . -............... .$6.75
Sego miltt, 48 talls casts, $6.540
1iebe milk, 4S tails ans, $:5.50
One dozeu large crais itair to
inatos ........ ... .2.00
One dozen No. : tans ltea
I'll ....... - - - -- $ 1.40
for Less on
Easiest of Terms
Before You Buy Sea Our
Stock and Prices
and you Nvwill g, to n rthit .
M ei: Suits, Shoes iU nderwear.
Fine liar of Jew el
Montana Clothing &
I Nl Mo. Arizona.
Out of the high rent J.-A t
MELIA PET SAMPLE
_+i OOTi i'i WO " . s'n-ilar to that
Br1t:ýb.: per on ,(ee: d0 vtf tbine
noa dir dal lao
I ti t ' i nilid r it dcv
Ti is indicatei , ' o- ri; St
dotoi procured l' he n Sin' ,
J iac i d lit raided it placl it I I:
Sou ith Wyoming street and p-rof :
hottle of mtoonthin." No 11:.
said to he the proprietor of the ;'i
Las been -ottatrged with viti-
the prohibition law.
T hie liquor secured by Officer
-t colorlhtss witer. It pos-:r."
a peculiar odor, it is said and, ancord
ing to -ione-' the taste is repug
lult Vih a "ki like a mule.'
(it;n Ofiier 't li; raided the pla,
'ta iiaintained itt the bottle cort
t:le d iatOcr
Vnin hiie a hitik t '-cured by Jack
litlla in other raid: ha; induced the
islef that 1111 no1 '' ' r are operating
a still, in which squirrel'' or,;:tioor
iiiinc" whisky is lirtparid for sale in
LDutte. Office-r l1elia believes that lie
will -oon be able to ileteritine the le
catieia of the amateur di-tillcry.
DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS Mother will have to get along alone awhile longer
I FuN 'ET yg M TI4E. 0'OSTpAqTµ4 S~ MtJS- CE ASTr O1º Oli OH THAT'S 'ýIri.
JUST A LINrF TIT MA; SMART Sm!/T-riOVG NOv THAT SHOW ToHE is1A2~
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ANý. _~~ ML'-4 cU Opr !'I'' -E ABBE 'otK L M OVW _
SrvsWS ORC 'WN' wýTJ - ,
.4Z/J l:ND ofKý
Tonight at 8 o'clock
Hon. B. K. Wheeler and
Hon. W. F. Dunn Will
be the Principal Speakers
Ladies Especially Invited!
Paiii I \l \
S i l0 INISIIITUTE f
No Session in Silver Bow
County This Year, Says
County Superintendent of
Schools Mrs. Nellie Small.
No t; achers' i nstitute ill be held it
is 1ilter liiw this yeart lo ial mie t
ins will be hi ld, towe'r , :t vari
utt, SitIt s and pl ites to ie desigil tetl -i
by the0 cunuty sillerintendent of pub- ti
li i t lirat it i 'Al tirs) It t o' t le'i'
li Ittel iti will be gi tit instruction by
noted eduncstatrs whenever their ser
vices ale available.
i1,. N l lie Snlal omtI ty tt petit' i
''l(t1 tv' of il l i ips' intlt il Itlt k
this limii' it'll t lt' i i - iday Wil lh
Xtl'tllttitt the i att ol sin 1) r (boles l 'ws
and r:. - t hs. created ly the l 1st leg
Atrs. Stimall r. tturned yesterday
froit Al tsp lt a tIrttt it l 0-etutittded
the sins' meetit'' of t ous ty o g ptrin
te ntoeIto held in ordtl. that eMiss 'Al ay
T''rull "t'er, SNit e ult -rinte uden tu. might
I sp il i lie ttie ttt
i' nt1lt sitt perints end e t l ts su jitl ill
l I ite tigltl put iy ds by waitih
irs, - id Mit s Small. ' ts i eetint t ts
ditl uI <a(sted tt heni ver the supelrn
touldebt 1100(6 ,t<ý=istr110 . Th1en, well
he tWo x 1811101 o10 :1 Peach ye ron
yelliw11 l~tai ai ill C 10110
il napor ol ll - pp lia h w l
'T a e , a ldlllialt v11 h .1c i to lIlellna I'm 0Xld illll ilul h" the
hoard o f 1li i e 1 1": ',thinh Will l."
pubitedi at thte rineding ~i the
1)11(1( of educattiena April
Other change; r , te a in' thl ;.r
I i fi c ,tt i n of" teach(' . In 1e fit( ,
Blechers' ertifinani A. dspntni Ge
he issued or esult . by ti2
(Ip)Hittl ki t l. This (VI' to r~lll T1
! of thec duttiee of (((Illy sntperit1t
1 111Exilt ll ttit) 1 pall)ers of ti
grade students will also be exalnt (to
by stilt( delartmtuents..
('11 ( oniluting on the slate lmeal:0
Mrs. Smahl said: "This mneeting I h l neaya o it t'uý l
discu'ssing nett met01hods and rev,
ing a short course in instructioni
Lectures given by 1)r: Charles .\le
Murray and D)r. Clifford Woody, wonl
of honefit to tho.-w in attendance.
The cotunty superintendent ('S
plained that a change in text book,
will ho0conw1 offeci ive inl the near
fi::~. New :te: hods of giving inl
c, ct(-ion iln reading, spelling 1(11(
a ithenetic have be(en adopted. ".liod
ern s}':temns of teaching reading. ac
cclndtng to the new text book. ' said
`irs. Small, "will ('ause5 the pupil to
b-cultin interested in the subject mst
tror thought conveyed by words
and 5(5m1-nces which h ' must master
kt' iln order to read. This stimulates in
(ere.: inl reading and may eventually
decreasc" interest in dinme novels and,
yellow literat are."'
Bulletin Want Ads .Get
Results. Phone C2
' ihal i tl ,l -;r1' of : utliý r: 190[(
lr il iiilly 1 it )O I rtilisin :10 \ 1 1;}
the city lel'si'i j o xi Alo mniat i'l
ttiin l j ; II ; n I Antit' s tr [ ni
n1_ i . I 'I1i IS ; ti 'I: ft I ii <I c lv il
thoriz t tltic i this action, I I t o' r l
in~ to tine ojlllltillt of .1\t 10 H n ; o.
(p0 II. Iackson 'Who 1110
Iig' t r1 tt (toll': o it 1)1(11a a or 11i -
'arc~~~~~~~ IIt -I t rt ý-I re II '
li on Ill 1' 1.stt " 1 ' Ilot , u," '\'tya
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Cion or 1h4 clerk o :mth r c somb ni
is Dis ter tincs to ie ihh n 1
:Ill (10ll1llol of ' 0 (U~ l g
The ietyrr nd dr!ess suhits'
11in0 ( I 1bu 1'ines n and hacih
night i 1 ItIth u d'y, !r. . \nd
'.011 sH . 11 it . how ". i t h t
l ie Im I'or 111 r' olditr I" \ p
i it It : ! 1 L lolll:n c l
il l I 1 . 1)) to \
If y no "V ta i. ( ' I ouly, exhangI
it Iold 1" t11ilt, l 1 t inth. The)
'et rlsvt'tta - dv
Society Brand dressy suits
for business men and high
school young men.
'filI ' fabrirs It'' Ill 1';l'1
\\POU Rllt I1 A Il-l it 1 \ilt)! 1.)1
11 .if tll lis ;mi ll Ili1' 'I 0
ric- ;1111 hair licit 'Iril
--- ;I rtl" 1'1110 1 11-- 8
Style Store "for Men
29-31,IWest Park St.
WALTER J. SEWELL
J. CHAS. WHITELEY
IENGIN EE ft
WHERE TO VOTE
AT THE SCHOOL
Following arf 111' polling places!
desigftteid by the hoard of school
trusteis tor said eli ction:
Sihool lulectioij 1l ciinCt No. 1-I
Pull~ng place-, Sherm;an :ýehoolbo~use, \akrile
School Election Itr cinct No. 2---
Pollint. place. B3lain(" Schoolbouse,
School ilictio lrecitfct No. 3
Polling place, booth. Wyoming ;1nd1;
School Election Ii r-Cii inct. No. 4
folling pla1C , ci i ii; si West
School Election It ))if t No.
Polling place, Wv-hinilgton school
School I liction Pril inc t No. -
Polf. plus, , courthoufi e, WiXest
iihool Election Precinct No. 7
Polling place, shiner's garig. , W
onling :( Porphyry stre t is.
u)hooi IElection Precinctf No. SI
Polling place, Lincoln selol ho1u)se.1
) lhoo i sllt On Preincit No. 1)
Polling pliCe. ilMonroe schoolhouseC
Sount .Arizonu, and First strrono.
ichool Ilec Iion Precinct No. 10
Pollfng 1IC0. Lincoln scbootlihods
I t Ifroadfv f
School I Ii-fluion Precinft No. 11
rolling plaiCi. ilonroi schooiilhosef -
So1til iArizona m d i irt sreets.
;rhool Election P'rccinct No. 1l
Polling place. \lcl inley tschoolhouse,
We"st Part: lne)).
S' pool Elf-ctioni iron net Ni. 1:1
Polling place, Grant schoolhouse,
Eý ant Galnta m,01 Atla )tic streets.
School illct inu Precinct No. 14
-Pooling plare. nigh schoolhouse,
,'ark. and1 101;11 streets.
Iolling: ilt, Grant 1c' or l'us',
is t (Gal,-n: "11( .'.1ilant e lren,i"
Sclhool Ilet ion Pre" 1' w .n. 16.
ParkI anl 1, tret1,
School Ll 01ion Preli' t -r 1 -
folling p1 i Jv1101r n ,:o1 1, )1:;4'
Gallatin O1- l and S"0ti't a<u e.
'hool i on reinet N
t'oloradt" \ Wci Pain! y irr.tS.
School 1 ion Pareel 1( No. 'I
['oiling plll IQuers"on :.ehoolbu t:oP
1001 G'a ' tro t. S"nm"th an
Schol on Precinct No.
IPollineI' iank Ito sch oloe.
Siholt no n 1 'rt c':., ! 21. -
Pl' ling Iilý Enwitrron ~ ho-u'bouse,'
19111) (l ,)," SouthI! l;u!t"
1,unn Precinct No. 26-
i ii' ' !ooth, Silver and Alat
".t ul ion Precinct No. 27
P0 I (heeMadison schoolhouso,
itb- 1 1 b ion.
' :I on Precinct No. 2 1
booth, Emmet 'agln
thn !! -ion Precinct No. 21--
fulling I;: Fraiklin schoolhouse.
Sch' h! I . ion Precinct No. : --
Pohg l Webster schoolhouse.
Alhu ti 0 a1ý",d South Washington
School rion Precinct No. _ 7-
Pollinl . Greeley schoolhouse.
last linIt e
Sihto! non Precinct No. 2(S -
('ollin 1; ... o'c ster schoolhou.e(
1unn:t to-it. South WuashingtoAp
ScIool I on Precinct No. 2'.
1 flling ... ",. Avoca sehoolhouse.
Lake bor ott '
Schnoo ",1ion Precinct No. 30
Sollinl n: Three Mile school
huNo. Silver Towl
T I;I IwhIM, District Clerk.
n 1 ' loMAcINN, Chairmanom
Bulletin Phone No. ' S r 52o
8 P. M. to 9 P. M.
To Discuss the Coming School
W. F. Duun and Walter Sewell
Everybody interested in the school election is in
vited to attend.
A card party is scheduled for 9 p. m.
11"l Po1lilit. A i rl wn n
THOMAS Ak BURKE IS
BACK FROM SERVICE
itomas \.1. 11urke, 2 . formerlyI
employed ia the llutle mnies and a
resident of itle city since childhood,
returned from Gerstner field, La..
yesterday after 21 mouths in the
service. lie enlisted in September.
1917, and was sent to Kelly field.
Texas, then to Gerstne r. He vainly
tried every sclelme by which he
might. have been sent overseas. He
is a first-class sergeant and Ilan
passed the examination for 7I. S. C.
lie is a brother of Joseph \V. Burke,
who recently returned from overseas
service fully recovered fromn three
serious battle wounds, and a nephew
of flrs. Delia Skillinger and P. .J.
Phone 52 If You Want to
Rent That Furnished House
The Bulletin is here to stay.
I , 1lI(I, Ie
f il is thI oi l\
Green S i
Montana Jewelry Co.
73 E. Fark St.
'; ::::: E D' S '
500 East I arik Street
SENATOR'S VIEW OF
Senator Hitchcock Says!
Race Discrimination Is a'
Domestic, Not an Inter
(Special Inited Press Wire.)
Washington. April 4. --Answering
repeated el orts of Japanese state -t
men to hold "race equality" over
peace deliberations in Paris, Senator
litchcoclk declared, the Japanese
demand for racial equality, her in
sistance that all discrimination
l against races be discontinued, is
based more on national pride than
national interest. In all internationt
al matters Japan has equality ofl
Ireatment. In the league itself
.1apan is anmed one of five great na
tions of the world as a permanent
miemiber of the executive council.
Only when it comes to domestic mat
ters do nations reserve the right to
make discrimination between the
races. We cannot abandon our right
to makhe t hese discriminations, they
come under the head of ddmestic af
fairs. They are not international.
Japan is free to do the smine in her
own country. Every nation ought
Hitchcock's statement is regarded
as certainly reflecting the attitude
of the American members of the
peace conference in Paris.
PETE ODDABOVICiH ETS
FOUR TO EIGHT YEARS
On his second trial for the mutirder
of Isaac Narancich. a jury last night
found a verdict of guilty of man
slaughter against Pete Obradovicht
and fixed his punishment at not less
than four years nor more than eight
years in state prison. The jury was
out about four hours. Sentence will
be pronounced on Saturday. Obrado
vich and Narancich had some words
in the Salot saloon on thei east side
ion Sept 23 last. Words led to blows
and in the mixup Obradovich cut
Narancich in the leg. The mian bled
to death before a doctor could ite had.
The first trial of Obradovich took
place last January. The jury could
not agree. The testimony in both
trials was about the same. Most of
the state's witnesses declared the cut
ting was uncalled for. Those for
Obradovich, and the defendant him
self, claimed Narancich was the ag
gressor and forced the other man to
defend hinself. It was also claimed
that Narancilh had a knife. too. and
Obradovich exhibited a coat with a
long cut in it which lie said was made
by his antagonist.
- Use Bult-tin want ads. They get
Bulletin Phone No. Is 52
508 WEST PARK ST.
-I -------I .jii. $1.60
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
This Is the best place in town
for you to trade. The LARG
EST STOCK and the LOWEST
A Square Deal
I Appreciate Your Trade
Palace Clothing and
53-55 EAST PARK ST.
The Finest in Butte
MAX VITT, Proprietor.
205 W. Park-135 S. Main
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
112 W. PARK STREET
The only place in town to get Tea,
like your maninma used to make for
YOU, is at
3265 X. Wyoming St.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
The Progressive Shoe Shop
For first-class Shoe Repairing.
This is no second-hand cobbling
shop. First-class work only.
1721 Harrison Ave.
SAY YO1 SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
WHY GO UP TOWN?
IWe carry. a full line of grocer
ies, vegetables and fruits in
I ALLEN'S GROCERY I
Ph1 2 1204 E. 2nd St.
18 E. PAR1K ST.
GOOD MVEAT CHEAP
The Wo rkingsman s Friend.
S AY IOU SAWI IT IN BULLETIN.
We Serve the Best on the Market
at Ppular Prices.
89 E. PARK ST.