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At Headquarters, 11 S. Montana St.
AT 8 O'CLOCK
to wind up affairs of the campaign,
hear reports and plan for the future.
CITY AND COUNTY
Commission Form of Gov
ernment Talked Over and
Committee Named to Pre
IiEven ihoulgh ii set of new executivte
1anti allininistrative officials have ijust
i Cen elected lfor lutte for the ensu
ing two-year Iperiod, the matter of
establslhint lthe comtlllission 'y: t ni of
govternlnlll't still is being sought.
'I'here was a lleeting yesterday of
men conlcerned in the business inlcr
sit of the city, includinig the iil.ti s,
to Itllk the mnatter over. It was de
eided to take immediate steps looking
to gett::(,. t,. - i;e, n ou I1
1ictrl:J'. An11 (X rIIVitv cOmlllittee was
a dit], comllpoed t(f W. Altr. WVhii(,
cha irmian; \ . 11. Ia avey, ( ). J.
('harles. Franlk iig low and Charle
llackhburnl, secretary. It will pirepare
petitions andll hai e them c'rrcuia..
and tiahe ol her Ilece:sary stelps to geti
Ihie thing st:irtt d. It was Ihia opini(on
of those pi.e-'lint Ihat, while oakiitig
no reflections on th' pe'.so.unel of the
newly el.cttd city officials. the cctndli
Iions were such 1i l i it would he iit'xl
in inmiposibile to !et h oi' y lout of itits
present iti inclial trotl:es andl that
the Inew s yst( iii slhouhld be tried.
C(onlnectedl with Il h le eollllllu sion
foirm of goveitrnmentt for t 111te is tihe
idtea of consolidating the cily and
county gove'rnienlltl so hat at dupli
cation of offic: e ttnyt be dis. luisc(i
with. Such a cotmbinatiltion hli;as been)
imade possible by thlie statut( o1enit( (i
at Ilthe last session of the legislaturie
tind which was iexplained in detaicl at
aI recent mel.ting addrltlessted by lietpr(
tentative A. V. ('oortrey, uiuthor of tiln
With a xviw of consolidlating thi
city and county govertInmenitts is also
raised the question as to whetlher or
not the botuntlary lines of Sit er H1ow
county shall be changed. W'tilit dis
position is to be madtlr of C('entl-"' ille.
\Walkerville, and Meadert\ille and
lhow the peopln of those colllimutLies
feel towarid the conlsolidated planli is
ainother liproblei. Sonie r(sidents of
lhose comimunities are accrit;ited
with favoring the new plan for what
benefits will be derived through wa
ter and sewerage systelms, while oih
ors are said to oppose it, believ'ing it
mneanis an increase of taxes.
Butte city proper, and also the res
idents of the suburbs are univer-ally
interested in this subject. but it does
not appear to ie the intention to
bring the problem to a vote until a
lhorough camnlpaign of edluction has
beien conduct ed, tnor until the peo
ple are thoroughly familiar, from
v\'ry angle, with the Iproposed
Contend That Estate Should
Go to Them Rather Than
to Relatives Who Reside
Nora Sanger, wife of Leslie San
ger, who died with the army in
France last October, has filed a pe
tition for letters of administration in
favor of herself and two children,
Margaret and Isabelle, aged 4 and 6.
They claim the estate of Peter San
ger, fornier chief of the Butte fire
department, whose wife, Louise, died
last June. Part of this property was
left by Mrs. Sanger to Mrs. Rudolph
Probst, wife of the superintendent
of the Butte Water company, but the
bulk of it was left to people in Ger
The contention of Nora Sanger is
that this property should go *to the
wife and children of the soldier who
died fighting for his country rather
than to residents of the country he
Bulletin Boosters should patronize
WILL RAISE IRHISH
$10,000 Is Montana's Por
tion. James E. Murray
to Visit Montana Cities
in Interest of Cause.
At. the recen.t Irish race convention
inl Philadelphia theii sutit of $10,1100
was named as the portion of tile Illtlnd
for Irisl: freedomll that Montana ii
expected to raise. At a Iueet.i~g
Tue'sday night of the representatives
of the different Irish societies and
the local council of the Knights of
Colulmbus ill Iutte, the opinion wai;
exlpressted that Iutlte will raise at
least half the allottllent of the state.
g-lt:· v.,re utken looking to making
good the $10,000 pledged by the
I\loutnlaie delgation to the conven
III a few days a state-wide cant
paign will bi( illaugurated looking to
raising the money lJudge J. J. Lynch
Wtas chosen c]airman, Jo1hn Capl,;.
Vie (i' chairlmanll; Mrs. Nellie Small,.
Corrltspondint sl cril r ' itary. a1td Jerrly .1.
Iarringtonil , treasl urr. About 21'
.'til s E. urray sipoke briefly,
telling what wa,; done at the Phila
dlolphia (on) etitiion and urging 1ll
present to maket every effort to see
tIe Alolnto nn llotli ent is raisedo . I-le
will visil L,ivinlgston ;11nd other phi,ic's
ill IOlltatla; in the interest of the(
'T'here will be a mass mncOting" on
Sunlda(y evenOingt at 8 o'clock in tihe
high schloorl a;iuldoriuii to inaugrlatei
the campllaign for funds ill IButite.
FLYING CIRCUS IS
Aerial enthusiasm is waxing high
in Butte as the date approaches for
the appearance of the flying circus
which will show in this city above
the clouds April 27. These military
aviators will stage their circus as a
plart of the Victory loan campaign.
Congressman Carl W. Riddick in
a letter to Alderman Ernest Hard
castle says that he was compelled to
make a guarantee that the flights
would be witnessed by immense
crowds demonstratively interested in
aerial Ilaneuvers in order to get the
airmen routed to Montana.
Flights will be made in Missoula.
Helena, Miles City, Butte, Great
Falls, Billings and Lewistown.
The aviators will fly under war
department's orders and the sched
ules will be filled without fail.
There are three groups of flyers
and each group will travel by special
train. One group will leave New
York city,about April 10. another
Houston, Tex., and the third San
It is the San Diego group which
will fly over Montana cities. They
will work up the coast and the first
flight in Montana will be made at
Thousands of persons from all over
Montana are expected to flock to
Butte on April 27, when the circus
shows here. The appearance of the
army aviators will mark the climax
of the Victory loan campaign, which
will be brought to a close on Satur
dlay night, April 26.
(Continued on Page Six)
rebels under the Felixista chieftain
Gaba, who recently looted the town
of Coatepec and burned the hacienda
of Santa Vita. This attack was made
at a point less than 10 miles from
Vera Cruz on a train between that
city and Alvarado.
A freight train destined for Puebla
from Japla was dynamited April 1
and a large quantity of freight was
stolen or destroyed. The train had
no government troops guarding it
and the train crew was captured.
After dynamiting one engine, the
rebels ordered a fireman to take the
leader, some of the party and their
prisoners up the line some distance.
While the leader of the rebels was
engaged elsewhere the filreman
started his engine and escaped with
two cars of oil and three of sugar.
The newspapers report this rebel
band to have numbered more than
500 mounted metr.
AIA ;; SUMMIIONS.
In the district court of the Second
Judicial district of the slat. of
Montana in and for the coluntly of
Julia Prempas, plaintiff. s. Johin Ii.
T'he state of Montana seols gret ting
to the above named defendant:
You are hereby Suntl|loni(t td ito n
swer the complaint in this a;ction,
which is filed ill the ot!'ice tf the
""lerlk of this court., a copy of \\licih
is herewith served upon you, anold t
tile your answer and serve a copy
thereof upon the plaintiff's atto,-.ey
within 20 days after the servic. of
this summons, exclusive of the day of
.-ervice(; ndlll in case of your failhr"'
Ito appear or a.nswer, judgmenti v ill
I be taken against you by default ",r
lthe(! Irelief demanded in tihe co plulltahi.
For elauset of nationll againsit the
above IIamed defendant, plaintiff al
1. That plaintiff anld defendiant
initermarried at the city of Salt iL.ke
stale of Utah, on or about July 11.
1918 , and ever since have been and
now are husband and wife.
2. That plaintiff is now and hat:
beetn for more lthan one year last past
and immiiiediately preceeding the coni
liencement of this action a bonla lidet
resident of the state of .Monlltanla.
3. That the plaiti ff's a iaiden
namue was Julia Kendt.
4. That defendant has been guil
ty of extreme cruelty toward plaint
iff in manner following: That he has
ever since their said marriage found
fault with the said defendant and
abused herl because she would not
commit a crimne in order to satisfy
himt and in order that hei might profit
thereby, anti that the said defendiant
dtid oil one occasion grab a butcher
knife anti makte an attack on pIlaint
ifif's life and that plaintiff fears that
he will make his repeated lhrruath
Ihat he will kill her good, and acoioni
plish his purpose; that the sand dti
fendlanit has abused pIlaintiffl on tnuti I
erouls occasitons and called h(er vihIt
r and indecent Inamllles. all of which said
acts have caused plaintiff grieviout
mlental suffering and been the caust
if ill health on the part of plaintill
nlld have been of such a naltre and
character as to so destroy tle pieace
Sof mind and happiness of plinlifl
) and render the continuation of tlii
I marriage relation perpetually tun
reasonable and intolerable to plaint
iff and thereby defeat the proper and
legitimate object of marriago.
Wherefore, Plaintiff Iprays judg.
i ment, that the bonds of matrimony
heretofore existing between plaintiff
I and defendlant be dlissolved and( thli
plaintiff be given a ldecree of abso
lute divorce and awarded the right t.
resume her maiden nanme nd tfo
:such other and further relief as
would seem just and meet in th(e
I Witness lily hand and the seal of
said court this 10th day of April,
A. 1). 1919.
OTIS LEE, Clerk.
By it. A. Mclntire, D)eputy Clerk.
G. L. Tyler, Attorney for Plaintiff.
( First P'ublication April 10, 191 9.)
In the District Court of the Second
Judicial District of the State of
Montana, in and for the County of
In the matter of the application of
The Butte Portrait Company, a cor
poration, for a Decree of Dissolu
Notice is hereby given that The
Butte Portrait Company, a corpora
tion, organized and existing under
and by virtue of the laws of the
State of Montana, has presented 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 that it be dissolved, and
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.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said Court this second day of April,
A. D. 1919.
(Court Seal.) Clerk of said Court,
By ROBT. DOWNING,
II. A. TYVAND,
Attorney for Applicant.
(First Publication April 3.)
NOTICE TO ('IIEI)TOIRS.
Estate of Henry Smith, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned, administratrix of the
estate of Henry Smith, deceased, to
the creditors of and all persons hav
ing claims against the said deceased,
to exhibit them, with the necessary
vouchers, within four months after
the first publication of this notice,
to the said administratrix at the of
fices of Wheeler & Baldwin, attorneys
at law, 42 Hirbour building, Butte,
Montana, the same being the place
for the transaction of the business
of the said estate, in the County of
Silver Bow, State of Montana.
Administratrix of the Estate
of Henry Smith, Deceased.
Dated Butte, Montana, this third
day of April, 1919.
(First Publication April 3.)
Notice of Time Appointed for IProving
In th.e distri.t court of the Second
JutdItil lr.istrict' of the state of
Montana, County of Silver Bow.
In the matter of the estate of Donald
Pursuant to an order of said dis
trict court made on the 8th day of
April, 1919, notice is hereby given
that Saturday, the 19th day of April,
1919, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day,
at the courtroom of said court, at the
city of Butte, in the said county of
Silver Bow, has been appointed as the
time and place for proving the will
of raid Donald Moore, deceased, and
for hearing the application of James
A. Cummings for the issuance to him
of letters testamentary, when and
where any person interested may ap
pear and contest the same.
Dated April 8, 1919,
OTIS LEE, Clet k.
By E. A. Roleau, Deputy Clerk.
II i~,IeI( haill lim one
VnulIIleralble Ii 'ii l ,H 1iltl ,1'tI
mel'ril " .a li-I'an(limn.
Itil iles. slal.(lar, l . ,' .'ar(,
\m uIl w\I )r a:l+t li! nI, Ill
IIIIII;L'(~I ( O I ll( ll lll ilt~ll HII
tair Storenil for tMen
11io1l \\'1 'k a rn all. i o -
litie' by t 1" lhe I'alci IIi ll S l
29-31 West Park St.
A. '\ Y (OI SAV I IT IIIN 1 LLI, IrI
$100 reward will be paid to any
one proving we do not put in the
oest mainspring for $1. Mayer, 37
North Main street.--Adv.
A dau;llghlter lri\ td y(est nilday
morning at the lhome o€1' ?r. and Alir;.
N\. P. \lMoriarty. (15 South t idaho
tr'ent. Iuntil wo weekis ailgo ar. Alo
liar'ty was emp(n loyed in the -Vill".I'
composing tdetIart0ent. 1il is tow
working on thie 1Dillon l l:x tniner, i)11t
was in tHitto yester:l.t1. The liithI
girl is the third ad(diioll to thile lo
riarty family and the many frienllds
of the popular yountlg (.opll) are con
gratulating thel.npon her arrivaI.
'Thu miIssional:y societly ainti the
a(ladies' Aid society of the Christian
cihur'ch are meeting at 2:3i. o'clocit
this afteritoon lu t the hIont or Mrs.
tchorinley, .Sti1 (' West ark street
Mrs. Chorinl .l.IWilltt I, a siste.d h)
.lrs. l ella-1trti : 'lr:h- 'l tidte nailey.
Haovival Io qr r l . i. ,'n y being
hold at 8 o'M i' I.verya 'V.ing ex
ing thta invitts everyone lo:tttend.
A son arrived T 'l'usdal! at theill h
of Mr. nd rs. (. t P. Lcn, :,), PinW e
str eet. Bloth lmother and uabe are
doing niceltly. Mr. ii 'Len is a popul l
operator at the Montana i'nioi I lran
for in East Butll,.
The AItlas club ill l'eOt at 2::( 0
o'clock Fritday aitlrll o al the homes
Aluninul. As the meeting is for the
electiont of officersi, a rge attend
Iance is ( qluested.
Inoy Stcolt troop 1it held its 'eeliy
lleeting iat the Garfield school.
(Continued Fromt Page One.)
his own use a portion of each coin
fiscation of ithe forbidden beverageg
became a cherished privilege wilth
plains quite e clearl tihe ocean of
Kentucky dew upon the Morrissey
It perhaps shows up the real
cause of Kate lonan's death. For it
was when intoxirtted, when intiad
brutal and irresponsible front strolng
drink, that Morritssey dragged his
wife out t the t actk yard by the
hair. Hae was intoxicated when he
watched her die. lie was drinking
heavily that night, and he has kept
it up steadily, until at last he broke
dlown in delirium, yelling of the
snakes that twined about his arms,
about those cruel fangs of his, of
which Kate lRonan was afraid--yol
ling of snakes and deaths, and other
(Continued From Page One.)
ment liad' yestertay by Earl Cur
zon in the house of lords that 40,0)ll
troops were lneoe, ssa ry for the gov
ernmoent's adttinistration of Irelalnd.
he declared that tihe Sinn Fein would
guarantee Ito govern'l Ireland without
a single British soldier. He asked
that Ir'eland support President Wil
son's l)principles, addling that even if
the president a);nluaned these prin
ciples, Ireland would stand by thetm.
IIT:.''II N )TICE.
O'l)onnell - i'i'h remains of the'
late John t O'itt t tilti. .ge 22, who di, I
this Itorning, i're' illt lDuggan's und, r
taking parlor::. Funneral notice latci.
Reliable Undertaker and Ianialmer
8122 North illn Stree
DANIELS & BILBOA
Undertakers and Embalaers
125 East Park St.. ButRte.
Residence Phone 48t1. 188
Auto and carriage Equl t
DIDN'T HAVE PERMIT
FROM SIXTH FLOOR
Onni Tuotmi. a "innlishl worker,
will be tried in Judgt lynch l's court,
beginning at 1o'\ eih tomIIIorr'ow
morning, on a clharllet, iu carrying
Tuomni was ait'',,tedi ill a raid in
the I. WV. W. lii in Sopltei.tber lof
last year. The wit ness ag:dinst
hint are Ed Al:rrissey, who draws
pay from the ilty of luttt as chief
of detectives. and who may sot.e
times perform as sluch when not en
gaged in bealting upl citiznl;s at poll
ing places, gelltting dirunk or suffler
ing froml delhiirutii trelinlls: .Johln
lBurkin and J. . F. Taylor. two wetl
known gunmen, wilo ilhav 11i( right
to carry guns, and ulse that' indis
critninately, according 1t 11t . i cl
recognized in BIutte.
County Attornlly iit sonl (t wilt
Ilprosecute the cas against Toml!li.
Iand as tllhere are no "'powterlll in
Ilrestss" to interfere. i i is mor1111 tlhan
probable that.l the countOl y lattorne'y
will do his best.
Nol1an Donovan reprs."l )V- nt theI'
CLOTHING FOR NEEDY
D)iscartdd clothing of all kinds is
beuing 'collected for tie refugit's of
Serbia. ('rolin, Slovenia, ltostia
ll(Hercegolvinai antd tile other strickent
countriities of soutlhrn EuroIe y ai
local co(itii ittle of Jutgo-Slavs. Head.
quarters ihavei' hIon oplened at 1 2
es\\'st Br'oadway, where contributionu
Scloses April 15.
Other" goods that are neede1sll (
itable s't s, siap, rici , c tanned utiltl
corned ieot' and corn meal.
in Advanc Cents.
on. 'n IA S __
MALE HELP WANTED
\V ANi.T EDl) Ambitious men to pre
lio reor Iproiotioni. Apply I
ternational ('orrsplondellnc1 e Shllool,
Ibase5mlent, No. 1 \West llroaldwa.y.
\\'ANTEHI)--Good all around b)utcher
at once. F. J. Miller, 204 So
.\lain street. Livingstlon, Mont.
ARE YOU SICK OR CRIPPLEDII?
A few trealtments of CliIitOPl'RAC
TIC will relieve you. At any rlte
give it a trial. Quit drugs. Avoid
the oleration. See Flora W. Emery
RIoom 9, Silver lBow block.
RETURNED SOLDIERS wishing tb
advertise for work can use the
want ad columns of the Daily Buil
letin free of charge. Do not be
backward in taking advantage of this
offer, we are glad to be of service to
A'.\NTED -.- EIxpe, rienced c'oohk for
famlily. Applly Mrs. It. S. Muanal,
80(6 \V. Silver.
MIDDLE - AGEI), woman for light
housekeeping. 4 27 S. Arizona.
Call after 4 p. m.
RETUl.NED soldier wants position at
teamig. 705, I E'. Summlit.
G000 SI.EAMSTEISS would lime i.,w
ing at home. Phlione 2!0)2-11.
WANTED TO BUY
FOR ILOING - -- Black soil, ina
nure, etc. Call 31)2-J.
HIGHIEST pri'0s paid for nmen's dis
carded clot lhing. Phone 5753-W.
HIGHEST PI',1ICE 1paid for old cloth
ing, sholes, hats, 'trulnks, tools.
TILE CONCOltD--- arge front roolm;
all rooms ilmodern; $I 5 ia week andll
upi. 120 N. Montania.
NICELY furnlishedll(l rooms, reasonablel.
rat, s; e ni itrally located; 0 1( 1
pla(''. I12 I . Ilroadway.
FRONT room, nicely furnished. 1117
S. lii Ila.
FI HNISHII') roolm. 2 N. Jackson.
CLEAN, furnished ll ois; reason
able. 'ol East Park.
MRiS. WILLI-AXl HEIrANEY has taken
charge of the C(ltntral block, 20 WV.
Park. All oms lcIave been refurn
ished and repIl;lredl. Rates reason
ROOM RtENT exchanged for labor.
rent $10.00 a month and up. 619
'1' W O 'FlilNISHE:L) housekeeping
roonls. 21 N. Montana.
NICE, CLEAN housekeepiing rooms;
reasonlble. 51)01 East Park.
NICE, clean furnished housekeeping
rooms; in good neighborhood,
cheap rent. 616 E. Galena.
NICE CLEAN housekeeping rooms.
10 North Washington.
TWO NICE, clean, large, pleasant
furnished housekeeping rooms;
convenient; sunny; close in. 507
2 FURNISHEDI housekeepina rooms
with bath. 5101y W. Galena.
JOE CIIFFIN FR
I CITY ATTORNEY
We hav'e been inforllmed on re
liable authority that Mayor-Elect
Stodden is considering Joe Griffin
for the position of city attorney. For
the welfare of I.utlte we hope that
Mr. Griffin will be confirmed. If
tMr. Stodden is as fortunate in all his,
f appointments as in the selection of
t .r. Griffin there will be some
chance to redeem the city from the
stigma of nmaladininist rat ion that
has boon put upon it by those in
- charge of affairs for the past four
'Ta'coma. As an afterimath of the
general strikel in Seattle the t'\s
I0boys of Tacomia have just won Iheir
i light for iecogl ition for their union;
f'( "full returns" which nicant: the
return of Illsol lllpers to the pulb
I lishers without loss to the boys, and
the return' to Itheir regular street co'
it ner of the striking niewsboys.
I1'h newiiis have been on : 'tri,,
since Itle general stri!ke of last Fteb
iiiry in a cleani, fair battle for the,
Slirinciiple of uniiotisI .
The publishers, Frank Baker iand
Ioy Pinkerton, stipnlatd that only
is Taionta daily papers be handled by
f the boy.. ''hi.; wouldh cut otit the
i, SIattle Union I'eourd, which the ex
ni ecuti\ri (o!niiiitte of the C nt ( all Lit
li' (oli ouncil andt the Allied Printing
I- Trades felt boundl to support.l A
Scotpltrllollise was effetl' td according to
is which this publicalion is to bie otl
n exclusively by (certain boys atnd not
sohl in connection with 'lT'atmmt pa
i, Bulletin IBoosters should patronliz
6-1O()OM house for rent. 72.1
2-OOM11 house w'ilth range. T'elphon
2619-J. 615 S. Jackson. 1ena $1.(1
SFO 1'1t ROOM house. . 318 East:
I? 4-O)OM modern house. Inquir,
2- 1125 E. Second st. Phone 3231-14
id VOR RENT
FOlR. RENT -Largo hall, suitable ft
clulb,9 pool, dalnce or meeting )plae
to Over People's Loan Ofli"; 28 . Ea:
e Park. Inquire within.
s REAL ESTATE
$1.200 VWILL ,UY1L 3-room house
buill Warml ; light and water; ccl
lar; Itwo lots 60s 12 feetl ; pool
gardenll ; fin'e fence; I Ibuilding !t- te
long. well bulilt, oIn rear of lots; 1as1
telrms. Soe owner', 31135 Cartlor s
Car No. 2.
FOI1 SALE-- \Well built.. plasterer
small bungalow, neai' Lake Avoci
good well, new garage, sheds, 5 phihb
chlickell coolps, with seplarate lpens
lione al e lof groundllii , 5(1x100 fete
fencedl . Price $1,600; telilis. Ad.
dress J1, care lulletin.
It FOUIt ROOM hIllngalow, hardwIoo
floors. 2106 El,1n sIre'et.
1 60 ACRES of patented land ii
Carter county; all fenced; 75 acre
broke. For sale cheap or trade. 1821
3-ROOM house on two lots; a bar
gali. Apply owner, 1945 S. Wy
Soining st. Phone 5403-J.
2-STORY franm house; 6 roomll
large hall. 730 E. Galena.
I"FOR SALE-Lot GOx100; fenced;
cesspool, water, garage, chicket
house and yard, trees, walks; price
$250.00 today. Inquire 1915 Caro
FURNITURE FOR SALE
4-ROOMS urnlliture for sale chealp
also flatt for Ient. 411 /2 'E. Park
SGAS IRAN(GIES ald all kinds of ftrni_
trO I'for saile cheap. 119 XW. a.
F'UltNI''T'lIt of live roonls for sahl
cheap., and1 house for rent. 217
FU lNIIN'l'ItE and ranIges for 1sale
City Furniture Exchange. 206 N
FURtNIT'I'IU E of four roonmts for $250,
inclulding piano. 239 Toboggan,
- ONE I)1IlVING horse, harness, buggy
and.arl't 1'or ..tle cheap. II0S (;al
I latin st.
SMALL rooling house for sale; suit
able for boarders or roomers,
$150; six roonls; rent $15. Inquire
Pantorium, 206 N. Jackson.
FINE Belgian hares, breeding does
andl bucks for sale. 1621 Schley.
HEAVY LUMBER - Second-hand.
Cheap. Apply, 619 Utah.
DAIRY FOR SALE-A1, centrally
located. Snapl. Phone 5790-W.
BEST picture framing shop in town;
inmmediate possession; cheap rent.
Inquire 321 E. Park.
t JEWELRY and second-hand cloth
ing for sale at Uncle Sam's Loan
Office. 11 S. Wyoming street.
SPhone 52 If You Want to
l Rent That Furnished House
"EXTENAL USE" LIQUO
CAUSES FAMILY ROW
Acrusations that his wife and a
returned soldier were enjoying a
"Hoffman drops" spree when he re
turned to ai snpperless home were
given by John Prussine in police
court yesterday as a reason for the
wrath which resulted in his beilig
arrested on a disturbance charge.
The irate husbanCd had been arrested
by order of M rs. Prussine, who tdld
the police that, her husband had
threatened to drive her from his
hom.ie. Prussine admitted that he
shtwed temper, buil said that when
]h returned home from work Tues
day he found his w;ife intoxicated
and learned that she had been drink
iiig "Hoffman drops"' with a soldier.
This drug is a strong linimtent recopi
InOindled only for external use. It is
.aj"id to contain ether, chloral and
othler strong drugs. Prussine was
fined $10 by Judge Whitty.
FIRE DESTROYS ROOM
OF M'CARTHY STORE
Fire which stallted from oveir
Y lihetlid woodwork and papers in ihe
Y rendtlerig room at the rear of 1le
' Cliarthy's National Market, 307 North
lMain street, did considerable dam
- age to the stock and the room before
it was finally extinguished with
The rapidity with which the fire
I spread gave the firemen a good test
tlof their ability. but the blaze was
- confinedl to one room and prevented
from splreading to lte manin part of
the buildifig. It was not necessary
t to close the store. The loss is
covered by insurance. .
FIVE THOUSAND WORKJ$R
wanted to buy $5 worth of atcli
In Thp lRulletin Publishing (On.
IT I:'I\' I,'1 N ;75 . Wa:shington .intl
pay-o l'l'i on E. Quartz, a pocket
bio.ok c(ollitiing a ;tay chetck und two
$5 bills. hinder return to 670 S.
\W\ashington st. Ip.ward.
\A Il'N ('II CO)I KEYS. between ~ tlntyra
bIlock anld Bteliiiot boarding house,
East Quartz street. Finder return to
Bulletin of fice.
I- BUICK 37; Hayfield carburetor; 1ne
d condition; will demonstrate; eitra
t tires and rims. Phone 843. 43 I ir
MONEY TO LOAN
t) ONEY LOANED on diamonids,
u watches, jewelry and Liberty bonds
; t " reasoniable rate of interest. The
t Old lteliable. I. Simon, 21 N. Main.
MONEY LOANED at 3 per cent. Dia
monds, Jewelry, Liberty boxde.
Mose Linz, upstairs jeweler.
CLEANERS AND DYERS
s AMERICAN Dyeing & Cleaning Wka.
1341 Harrinsn ave. Phonn 131.
HAVE your children's hair cut at
E. J. Swaidner's barber asop,
133% W. Broadway.
Be patriotic, smoke Army and
Navy brand cigars. For sale at
Hemstitching and Braiding
BRAI3ADING, hemstitching and picot
ing. 101 Pennsylvania block. M.
Decorations and Painting
I'AINTING. paperhanging, kalsoniin.
ing. Miller's, 423 Colorado street.
Our chili always the best in the city.
PONY CHILI CAFEi
38x, E. Park St.
THAT OLD HAT. Get it reblockled
and cleaned to look like new.
Both ladies' and gents' hats renovat
ed. Fifteen years' experience a§ a
hat maker. The Nifty Hat Shpp,
861 E. Park st.
RUDOLPII TRANSFER CO. Phone
2711 or 2749.
Pianos Tuned and Repairb
GUYON. fi600 S. Clark Ave. 66855J.
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FOR CLEANING vaults and ' bes
pools call 4075-W. Louis Perry,
1037 Maryland Ave.
Bulletin Want Ada '0s
Results. Phone 52