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JAMES H. FISHER
Q N WEDNESDiL I)AY evening. April
PR O G R A M 23rd, there will be held at ihe
Socialist hall an entertainment in
honor of Comrade Jas. H. Fisher.
1Mr. Fisher is leaving shortly for the
Violin Recital east and this entertainment. is all en
-BY- (deavor to show him the appreeiation
Marius Mannik that we feel for his work in Butte, in
Concerio No. 23- behalf of the workers, during the last
By G. B. niotti. (iUhlt months.
21 Rondo, Capriceioso- We feel that it is the duty of the
By Camille Saint-wains.
B workers to 11urn out well, indeed, for
Bar itone Solos b1is occasion, and trust that you will
A. W. Drynan do your best to come.
' l1r. Ala lluik is a well-k iown violin
.1 Fear No V " 1ist in Butte and we assure -you that you
3y Cio a rinante, Will not be disappointed inl him.
Accompanied by Micolm l3lue. Tickets are on sale by coinraldes,
fifty cents-ind be sure to come!
ments express your
ideas. With GOOD PRINTING you
are sure of the best results.
Let us co-operate with ybu 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
Making America Safe
Z -ker-;' llefense I'll-in.
i :l to iw York of it
li'di Spo iil carrying 54 d' 'porte'ei
114 'e northwest was hirallded by
the prlsi Wil i : ,ioii of gle2. The
-LmIrii edu govarndtelnt alld under
ta1 li to rotitnci all protest agtiinst
isial i.. n bitic i by xiling all eno eli
tt.kbii- Bravo! The nrws itemlis
liio t ly; the developmettl of t toi
situtiin since the mieiodraluttic re
rl pt I( I ont I"ebruar y 10 are more
subdued and Iass conspicuously.
platdd. Of ' 111. 54 Oinl Were held
on th,, ground of insanity, paupor
is i, oe., but is were apprehended
-lol iy betiuse of their political and
liii ini viewv. The flimsiness or
Hil 1 iarges against these ladicals is I
uT:fici1ently evidolnt front the fact
'l»i? rlr" Wholesale n exlusion was
II 1 Nei by T1 e intlrcesslon of thle
1. W. W. lawyers. Caroline A. Lowe
11nd Charles Ro(cht. Only five of the
5' hav0" actually boon deported; 14
X001 t rel vlaeid unconditionally; 4nd
tiiiare still bleiog detained. New
1ac1beI, hl o Iv r, have been rushed
yallll t1( i Ameirilan republic, sot
1ll4 t11 til' lotal number of men ald
wIimen hllr on Ellis iNland is about
't'he r101leased 1114-I, after the long
Torturl and the protracted hearings.
round themnselves; helple ,sly strand
A. in New York. The government
which took them froa their hiolies
atd their jobs. whici now admitted
its mistake by tpreteasing thom, re
fused their plea for free transpo""a-1
t ion back to t heir homies. The
young men probably 1( skipped the
freight." But then lder men had to
depend on g o nickels and dimes of
lha workers in Now York for tieid
'1'li round-uap htad been maude by
the inimigration department uinder
authority of the amiendment to the
i::migration laws passed in October,
1:11 . Ostensibly intended for the
suppression of -anurhy." thIlis
aume~ndment is so loosely worded that
it mnay be interpreted in almost any
way by a biased inspector. Wh'iat i"
itoren, there is no provision for
cginsel, the t amigration itseec or
playing the roles of detective, prose
cuting attorney. judge, jury and
hangman. When the alien has a
lawyer at the hearing it is virtually
by the grace of the official. as the
law makes no provisions for the de
fense of arrested aliens.
Citizenship even is no protection
against deportation, as there are
naturalization papers. In 1912 a
western judge annulled the citizen
ship of a man who had been natural
ized 16 years before, on the ground
that lie was not of good moral char
acter when admitted to citizenship
and had lide the fraudulent state
inent that he was. Such a ridicu
lously elastic interpretation of per
jury iakes every naturalized citi
zen's rights uncertain, and his de
portation possible if the government
so desires. In this connection it is
important to remember that native
Ameriiin women marrying foreign
ers arc also subject to exile.
The following samuples of deporta
tion cases are typical of the rest:
1. Piet e Mlarrucho. an Italian
miner of Latrobe, Pa., was arrested
for having in his possession copies
iof the Italian anarchist paper.
"Grenuara Sovversivi.' and after a
farcical hearing was rushed to New
i York. The very next morning lie
was put on board ia ship and torn
away frotn this country. The haste
in this instance is inexplicable, par
ticularly in view of the fact that so
many 01ti-nrs are detained for
months. Whether it has any bear
ing upon the tragedy for his death
while on his way to Italy, we can
not say. Cable news has reached his
relatives in Pennsylvania from the
old parents in Italy that the body
has been delivered to themi. The
death is in every respect mysterious.
Mr. Mtarrucho was a healthy, well
built young man. Friends testify
that lie was in perfect condition at
the time of his arrest. and they be
lieve that the death is due directly
to physical and niental torture.
Alarrucho came to the United
States 17 years ago. During all
this time he resided in Latrobe.
where he had a reputation for in
dustry and kindness. He was never
arrested, never known to be mixed
up in a fight, rather bashful and al
ways working while the mines were
in operation. When lie was arrested
his neighbors thought it a joke or
a mistake, and did not believe it
possible that he could be deported.
It is hoped that a thorough in
vestigation of the circumstances at
tending the death of the deportee
will be forced by the pressure of
public opinion. The people of the
United States have a right to know
what treatment is accorded to resi
dents who are forcibly ejected.
2. Fourteen Spanish radicals
were arrested in New York city
Ille president." The arrest was fea
tured in glaring headlines ill over
the conn tiy, wit Ii gruesome details
of how the lots were drawn and how
the deed was to he art onplished.
After being held inconitiunticado for
9( i hours, they were brought into
court. It was adtiitted that there
was absolutely no evidence against
them, or any justification for the
ostentatious round-tip. Although I
all were cleared, only 7 were re
leased, the others being held for
deportation because of t heir social
views generally. One of these has
since been released unconditionally,
five are going to Spain in a few
days. and the fate of the last is still
3. A case is soon to be heard in
the California courts to cancel the
citizenship of TaraknatIt Das. at
Hindu nationalist. so that at the ex
liiration of his ternt in Letvei
I worth he may It deported to India.
Because of his anti-tritish agitation
in his native land, the abrogation of
his citizenship and the con sequent
deportation, spell almost certain
death at the hlands of the Indian
4. Janet and Margaret Roy,
Scotch sisters, arrived in the United
States about two years ago. They
worked as servant girls in Lawr
ence. Muass., and made many friends
in that city. Wishing to see more
of their adopted country, they went
to (tiicago. where they drifted tutu
the radical movement. Intelligent
young girls, obliged to make their
own living, they were soon converted
to the ideals of the Industrial
Workers of the World. Sometime
later they went to Seattle, Wash.,
taiking with them 1. W. W. litert
ture. They were taken in the gen
orlround-up in that city, while
visiting one of the fellow-workers
whose house was raided. While out
on bail, one of then married an
American, and consequently became
a citizen herself. The husband-to
be of the other girl is also an Ameri
can. The people with whom the
Scotch girls associated were mostly
Americans, so that there is nothing
unusual about the circumstances.
Nevertheless, they are both being
held for "conspiracy" to defeat the
law, and are destined for deporta
tion, leaving their loved otes in the
April 2:3, 1919.
The first railroad in Louisianua was
opened 88 years ago today. It was
but four and a half miles in length
and connected New Orleans withi
Lake Pontchartrain. Its construction
across a swamp was then considered
a great triumph of engineering sci
lnce. At that timge the South ItCaro
lina road and the Baltimore & Ohio
were the only railroads in active op
eration in the United States, and the
latter road was operated by horse
power until 1832, the year following
tihe completion of the Louisiana road.
DANIELS & BILBOA
Undertakers and Elmbalmers
125 East Park St., Butte. Phone 888
Residence Phone 4817-W.
Anto and Carriage Equipment
I iEllATI1 NOTICE.
( Connolly-The remains of the lnte
1 I. G. Connolly, age 47 years, who
I died iesterday morning are at Dug
t ga n t undertaking parlors. The fu
neral will take place under the aus
-ires of the Butte Plumbers' union
- it a time to be announced later.
f LARRY DUGGAN
v Reliable Undertaker nsd 3ialmer
822 North Main Street
o - U-- 0
I"11I. OF NEW (I 1.1:1 \ S O('.
('lRRED 57 Y1:lh' tloa
Farragut's federal ii id the
torts below New Or]' it- yeat's
ago tomorrow, April 2 1 2. and
the metropolis of 1it' (u dtltiracy
was at the mercy of l -to ny. It
w one of the most tn rn Clow:
that had befallen the i., it her
struggle for secessiont. u. i! wing
on the heels of Shiloh. it ptob
ably have discouraged ;tit I, \tgle
Saxon warriors. In I ' Ii r' of
the world's navies few dat'r
ing as Vauirtagut's have b. '1t at
Forts Jackson and Si i, I with
their heavy guns and 's : ottnn er',
it fleet of Confederate ' ul, and
gunboats, and, worst rý ,il tinumer
o(11 fire ratflt piled liltI ti lth ill
flammable materials, Xi 'U'tilt h h
stacies lFtarragut facet a . III t11he
darkness of the night. it, ! 2 ships
advanced toward the 0 mcity.
The perilous passage of t!if, tils was
commenced at 2 o'clock !n it he ornt
ing. Atfter a short but t'''riltl' strug
gle the Confederate a r hips were
defeated by the Union forc-s, and
General tti.ler, at theit l ;i of it Il d
force, captured Fort St. Philip. Once
Farrl gu't'y flagship w il t 'gr 'undt
and many times it was on five, tdthilt
many of hils men were !,illttd by the
shellst tht ohrile thtrougit the rig
ging and burst on the dgt'ltt' t
when Farragut appeared t et'ore
the city panic reigned. 'there were
few soldiers to defend i l, city, and,
in the absence of able btttied and pa
rt t itot 'gt''ons, who n i Ie fightingt
fields. the thugs and riff-raft of the
southern met ropolis wavOe 111r11-,
strained. The women (if the streets
and the inen of the gutter re-enacted,
on a smaller scale, the scenes of !he.
reign of terror in Paris during the
revolution. The torch wtas applied toi
the cotton on the levees and the ships
along the w-aterfront, and they wer
horning luridly when Ilthe lackt tuists
of the Union fleet c'amie in sight
around tho enhd of the river. Two
officers without an escort, wvers' land
ed by F'arragnt and wtalked, calm and
unporturbed th;rough the crowd tot
the city hall to receive the surrenders
of the city.
The Order of thie (;trier.
The first linight of tit, Order of"
the ]tarer, originally silted the Or-!
der of St. George, recoiled the in-I
signia of mtembership on tli;; date.:
St. George's day. 1349. 'T'h( founder
was Edward ill., and the original
NOTItEK 'To + ilI~ill I'OIl~-.
Estat1' of 1)onatld _loore, 'Ieceaed.
Notice is hereby given (Iy the tut
dersignet1 exeutor of 11e la .s will of
lDonaldi tloore tlecte''td. to the credi
Ior: of In ail l ti'-tsNtis li ntt g eli lots
ag list the said i i ''ieatsed, it exhibit
thent, will i le It''-xary t'u'tthers,
within four' month< alfter the firs1
publication of this wit ii', to li said
executer at 11he o0100 of Maury &
Mlelzner, 431 Hirbour huildinlr, Mille,
).Iont., the samie h11ue0 1 the place lot'
the transaction of the busitess tii
said estate, in the eoanty of Silter
Blow, State of Monitai.
IJAM1ES A. t'1 MMING1.
lxectlor of tlie last will and tt -
tanent of Itit:' lt Moore, (Ii
listed luttie, .loieu.. this 22nd day
of April, i-1!l.
Order (t) -hot' (aruise Why Order of
Sale of Iii', Ititlile Should Not
ill Hl distriil rourl ul the Second
.Judiciatl d1ýi'tict of the state of
In the tattler o the aate of Mar
garet F. Schaefer, deceased.
Al. C. Erier, the atltministr'trix 01
the estate of Mart'g:t'et F. Schaefer,
deieast d, having Mit her petition
herein, praying for a) order of saIt'
of t'e tteal estate of the said deced
ent for the purpose:.s I'-toein set forth.
It is therefore on!'red by the
judge of said court. ott all persons
interested in the esl, ' of said It'
ceased, appear before i he said dii:
trict. court on 8attrdi:y, the 1 7th day
of May, 1491i, at Il 'c lock in the
forenoon of said day. :' the coutt
'iroom of departrnit itir'e of said dis
trict court. at the 'ertithouse in the
county of Silver P((tu to show catent'
why an order shouttl not he granted
to the valid adinihi;ti- t r ix to sell so
much of the real i-I Ii- tof the said
deceased as shall he lt' '''ssary.
And that a copy of this order he
published at least I 'ir successivu
weeks in the l utte 111'Ity Bulletin, a
newspaper printed atId published in
said Silter Bow coeut;. state of Mot
JEIKII'2ilAH 1J. I 1 NCIl, Judge.
Dated April 1 5, 1.i1
Attest: A true copy.
('fTIS L-IuE, Clerk.
By H. A. AleIntyret' It liy Clerk.
aOTI('i: (1" .1sd;SiSI'ENT.
Office of the Almitit' otilver-Copper
Mining ( unmpanw %%\ liace, Ida.
too 1I, 1919.
Notice is hereby zi .i t that at a
meeting of the boni :I directors of
the Monltatna Silu r i s'per Mining
company, helld ill t l:'' I t clay of
April, 191', a) a sc'oe nt of two (2)
1 mills per shorttti-e 'w' - t i on the out
standing cii ital "toi: t the corpora
tion, payable on 1iri itt tore the 3rd
lay of .:l " ."I ' ' ., i 1.Turk, 517
Bank strai-i' l It
Any stock tupiot vi I. h 't this assess
ment re(:'l Vt',t aut iol'' the 3rd day
of May., It : 'i l 'u ot lnquent and
advertise d for ii, ,'i ;"ublic auction,
and units. J, 'I1)in t i :,ade before.
will be tolel on tih 1! liay of June,
19 19, at 7::,i p i-i- '- .aid day at
the office of the t'omt'it)? 517 Bank
street, \\a'llIe. Ida , to It i the delin
quetnt ts e <s ut "'5 r on, together
with ite c-a of l. ing and ex
penses, of sale.
Secretary 'It'a' tr :! itana Silver
Copper ll.t I i tt itty, 517 Bank
street. \allce. it i .I
Bulletin Want Ads Get
* * 4 * * * * 4.* * * *
* HOW THE NINTH DISTRICT RESPONDED TO THE FOURTH "
* LIBERTY LOAN CALL. 4
* Per Cent
* Allotment Sub- No. of *
SAllotment Subscription scribed Subscribers *
* Montana ............ $16,000,000 $22,489,050 140 129,099 *
* (15 Counties) ..... 8,500,000 12,564,800 146 70,410
* (26 Counties) ..... 12.500,000 15,203,650 122 101,335 *
* South Dakota ....... 31,000,000 36,815,850 119 188,973 *
* North Dakota ....... 19,000,000 21,657,450 114 169,091 *
* Minnesota .......... 123,000,000 133,315,250 108 642,948 *
Total ...........$210,000,000 $242,046,050 115 1,301,856
* NINTH DISTRICT'S RECORD OF SUBSCRIPTIONS TO FOUR *
State- 1st Loan 2nd Loan 3rtl Loan 4th Loan *
* Montana .......... $15,165.450 $19,126,350 $17,635,500 $22,489,050 *
* North Dakota...... 2,867.700 9,660,650 12,102,400 21,657,400 *
* South Dakota ..... 3,898.200 12,631,950 31,448.500 36,815,850
* Minnesota ........ 49,933,790 74,157,500 98,793,350 133,315,250
* Wisconsin ........ 3.383,350 8,457,000 11,300,800 15,203,650 *
* Michigan .......... 6,172,800 8,908,900 9,639,850 12,564,800
* District ......... $75,926.250 $132,942,350 $180,920,450 $242,046,050 *
* Grand Total, Four Loans................................$631,835,100
* THE LAST CALL-THE VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN-THE NINTH
* WILL NOT FAIL. *
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nembership was 25. The king. hue
ng heent victorious on land aind sea
ind hlitig tKig gDavid of Scolland
I prisoner, inltiated the order in
."cognitionI of the valor of his bravest
While not at first called the ()r
ler of the (aCter. Edward Ill. gave
he0 garter pre-emtinlence amnalg the0
nwignti~tal the1 ord-.l, it was of hitls
tels t otrdered with gold. with thi
inscription in old French, "Evil be It
hint who 1i0 i thinks. Te famous
figure of St. Ieorge, England's pa
tron saint, representl(d i n horseback.
holding a spear and salying a dragon.
wtau- first wiorn by the knights of this
order. if is sispended by a bluet
ribbon aervcs 11he body Trout t If(
shoulider. "There is it tradition that
the teilntess of Salisbtry. while
dancing, lost it garter, which lulr
partner, the kitng, stooped to pick app
and return. t heolat sthae of lhit
courtiers tittered. At Ihat E'dward
III. wrothtfully shouted. "Evil he to
MALE HELP WA1TED FOR RENT FINANCIAL
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SIX lirst class miners wanled. 1'ee DININtG room, kitchien and iIjve liv- FIVE THOUSAND WORKERB
lr. .I. I. Aiiiderson, 723 North ing rooms for rent cheap; 2, wanted to buy $5 worth of stock
VWylming .t., before 5 pl iii st yi hoarders an11 12n1I transient In The Bulletin Publishing Co.
- - - ----_-__ - ... tradle, Inqtuire at IUniletin.
1WANT111 Ambitious men Ai I- O RENT 10 111111, spirtel- f(r AUTOMOBILES
pure for promotion. Apply in-!hOt1?1 Lrohlsit o
terinational Correspondence School, n'11is, pool, d11r10 (1 m1eeti g place. OR SALE
1ason1 1 (1. No, 1 West 1roadwaiyl. Oaver I I'nauie( L itn 1*Otllic', '2S t East _,.
------------ ' j11 Pr li. Inoiti witlhin. -x
Alilt A'011 8;1(2 ORf CRIPI'l'lIl)? - - wit---- - ---- ONE 1.91 rod.1lter, this would
A few tr'ent1ents of CHItROPAC- 1 1 11 N - ake a diode hug. One Jlcta
TIt' will relieve you. At any rate h111 nent with sanitary toilet: $15 rands1cr: te th car in running order.
1th o1 rati0s0 Se1 F lrla Wu . Eli 9, t1 0 1275 il s lil 0 .81 7111111 1h1o
Roos0 9, Silver 1ow block. lall s. 77 L1 ist st., Silver 1lw one week oi h. a ll 1108 Saimipson
ISETUINELI SOLDIERS wishing to park. ('ar No. I. sI. Plone :;.' .7 -
advertise for work can use the----
want ad columns of the Daily But- I-I,01 1o1s', Ii illislliled. - l \. MONEY TO LjOAN
letin free of charge. Do not 1le
backward in taking advantage of tU's REA------------N---Y LOANED on diamonds,
offer, we are glad to be of srvicio 1 REAL ESTATE w1at11 s. Jewelry and Liberty bonds
you. at a reIsonable rate of interest. The
____________2 I2 '' i 9 r .O 8 i (ilil lIeliable. 1. Simon, 21 N. \lMain.
FEMALE HELP ' -e; I il1 1n111; I0 newI ;MONEY LOANED at 3 per cent. Dia
good I, rn 11n1 coi hist i hull,:': will monds, jewelry, Liberty bonds.
EXI \ i11 N I :Ii w1o1man coin, I Ir s1 ll ilitml . l'bh ne 1 1-\V'. 21S IS i- Mose Linz, upstairs jeweler.
S04 w. sIle.l i (r CLEANERS AND DYERS
FOR SALE- Well built. plastered
SECOND-HAND CG v S small lungalow, near L.ake Avoca; AMERICAN Dyeing & Cleaning Wks.
good well, now gIrage, sheds, 5 philo 1341 Harrison ave. Phone 131.
WANTED chicken coips, with Iie oat111e pens,
HIGHEST I'I: laid I[ ý.i a fi e rice $1, Ill; linus. Ad- TONSORIAL
Ill llI "I I'll( 1111 I 111 I ii Is , (1110 Blulle ill.
tug, shoes. hat:.I, ! taws,8 toli, ( Vs,
Phone 3557-W. Int---- house on two lots a bar-t HAVE your children's hair cut at
_ _ _ - l 00 house on two lots; a bar- E. J. Swaidner's barber shop,
FURNISHED h 17011. Apply owner, 1945 S. Wy- 1331/2 W. Broadway.
;;,(\..u- -.-.- 1 al bungalow; plastered; pan- CIGARS,
Nit IE', suni y, lnrniiIi.-'l n i, r c.;ithrolo i and cl ets; c lllar
.r. ntd$ --; In furnished or utnfurnisheid; Ito patriotic, smoke Army and
ERa1.I. (iil17lli Ii- ri-i iil 1. 1 arIty leaving town. Navy brand cigars. For sale at
NICELY full i roo i nli . ' po oilw or. 9821 M lonroie li1. cigar stands.
rates 2, 11a11 luc~lt ii 1 u "1 ( ______ ______.____
p1('. 12 :. I; oin' iiwn FURNITURE FOR SALE Hemstitching and Braiding
WOUllRlOW ha . 21 2.t 1ate 1t I.lAIDING, hemstitching and yicot
miiiri 1181 111 r.dud r1 l I I K INIIS of 'lurnit are for sale; ing. 101 Pennsylvania block. M.
11nd1 r n1 w l ule'51 m ni lii. 1ot18 he sold I i:; m lonth; no r1n- E. Benedict.
:aonabl1, offer 1 e1 u 1111d. 119 W. Ga
BUSINESS CHANCES ni - Decorations and Painting
1 I I, 110 3:\ls I of l'urniture for sale.
\WAN'T I,!) it m to 1 r11 1uto sto,, i oeap; l house rents for $16.10. IAINTINll, paperhanging, kalsoiiin
loll IIr -Ililug jIrlies; one ii 1 .!0;- Williams sI., WAalkervillo. J1g. Miller's, 123 Colorado stihet.
ferred uio w01~ take a half inlere,; I'hone fil:;
in thll lni. '',i tlie. 7: ; 7 V. ar11 . I I IHNITl'IIE and ranges for sale. _
City Furniture Ixchlange. 206 1.
FURNISHED HOUSES "mrkl CHILE PARLORS
3-1150111 foam-.ee lii ~ ge 111 1125I FOR SALE TlRY IT.
- t ih I 12FO LEour chili always 111 best in the city.
PONY CHILI CAFE.
Unfurnished Houses 9stun; go.1 t til :'811lt l,. 1ark st.
_ 1182; lwn' Icaving town; t ii
1-Iui 81 lIn lei'-e InqInIs and Wi re o n HAT CLEANING
112. E 5,1 1inane 3 2 31-WV' iio dl 99 __________-----__________
7, Ill 0.91i of sto1k in the: Mount TIHAT OLD HAT. Get it reblocked
Furnisheu H'usekeeping :1 lci-er 11 ning I'll ps. olwn. ti and cleaned to looh like new.
la1ing townv ini re I1o(1ton bil. Both ladies' 1nd gents' hats renovat
Rooms i-- ----- - --- ed. Fifteen years' experience as a
51. FEET of 1 0 -inicl pipe, slightly hat maker. The Nifty Hat Shop,
TWO NICE, clean, large, pleasant used, :and littings. 2011 Oregon 86'/a E. Park st.
furnishei hiui ekeeping rooms; live.
coninnient; sunnyi; close in. 507 PO---O- f- r 1112. *4 tabi II TRANSFERS
XV. tislena. 101101 o :l,4tbe n
fixtitres. 1.1,1Harrison ave.
TIWO NEW\\'I.1' irnished hoiseiieep- - -- --_ RUDOLPH TRANSFER CO. Phone
ilg rloois, hot :a1d cold water and DAIRY FOR SALE-A1, centrally 2711 or 2749.
bath. 326 0 lolid lIdaho. - located. Snap. Phone 3790-W.
2 FURNISHED housekeeping rooms- JEWELRY and second-hand cloth- WORK WANTED
with bath. 51(?/s W. Cxolen'i O ig for sale at Uncle Sam's Loan F
TWO' FUltIN I 11 IýI1 illnSel 8 ,'' I Office. 11 S, Wyoming street. FOR 1111ow 111 liicl iihsoil, manu e,
__________ etc. ciiilI 122-J. 210) 1-arrison
roo1us. In 0128 724 N. oti axe
NICE CLEAN h1us lekeepiug rooms. WANTED TO BUY W N E
Il North W9aslington.
HIGHELFST p1-ices paid for men's dis
BOARD AND ROOM uoardes clothing. Phone 753-, l ii Jlio ie ayi r woIld like
to miest ornatetur piano player for
BOARI) 1y the day at 14S West PERSONAL Praie' purlios'. 'all oil wrile 401
- - _____1-7. Ilroailv.ay 11 1 1. Iiii
Granite; home cooking: $1 per_-_ _ _
day. l.V I.. EINAIR HAGICR- nr anybody ONE z.\NI'T'AR'Y toilet. Address Ilox
T Wowing his whereabouts please 11011, balletin.
AUTO WANTED writ er 0. H. I-Iagborg, Box 634,
WILL TRADE two level, fenced lots;-.-llace, Pianos Tuned and Repafro&
ill glollo cal 11ut 11 fo gl ni yelo tll
in godlc ,onfrg autoliie- \\ WIltit Yo ntte truth get the - -
him wto evil thint.: " and declared
he would miake the gaiter the most.
glorious inihlent in the land. This
ifry is probably a faile.
A tin iverta r of Sht ke.p.jare's Birth.
Shakesleare's hirthday. although
ioi definitely 1:nowli, is popularly
supposed to have been April 23. 1564,
and today, as for iiaty y: irs, cele
brations in the honor of the lard of
Avon will Ie held in IEngland as well
:es in America. The performa nce of
one of his plays ill the Slialhespeare
ineinorial building it Stratfoerd-on
v\votn will he the feature of the day
in England. The Staiespeare league
will also have a dinner and play in
Today is also the tiniversary of
the liIth of Stephen Arnold lioug
hus, sltatesmant :end orator, who was
horn on April 23. Ili1t. 11e was the
1egtltar daml oral ic nominee for Iiil
presidency of the I neited States in
18610, and was defeated by Lincoln.
ISSUES CALL FOB HEIP
OF CITY'S NEEDY P0OB
Associated Charities Needs
Cash As Well As Clothes
Call, for dona(o14 s t I allexil 41
iufIiirinig among the pow. ei th- city
and counity were i; t 44' %t yexterday at
a -pedal meeting of tit- hoard of tv
n.oeintct charities. Th' board w.ill
11old :not4l er 1 4ee1 Itomllorrow, at,
whII h 'atns for ili b111g 't for th14
444.41in: youar will bi :' t '. ' aT-h i fol
Inx.inr litoment wx 4n'd:
1L ' hoped that 14 '- work of the
1a lii on, vw ic''h ills been 414it'
str. natal.: during the la11 t winter, will
not 44 4ncreased to any grt it extent,
but railer that c4 odiion ; will ii1t
44. 44i4 that the war is over. Onl
a4441,4't of the vai4ioi ,s C:li; for cast
nif clothing for fori'ign countrie,, the
holm( has: not bean ahle to supply
the 44n)nl for sit t articles4,1( xiut
Ill, hn1 e taken care of math dwi
trt' :ing ease,; and clouted a lartý.
11tiuber of vW )n~ti y ;11( 1 (dy t l ill
.@114 '14 1 44 l(.'4' lil l (104144' 144141'1144
h 0 ben 1 :;ltltndal contribiltor, 11
food :tufl, ;and coal, but there are oe
ca-inni: whin1 actual cashl is nec0essary
io 44> ln', id' 4 m ,li4> 4 1 1er 44uries in
144514 of t 4.444g y. The C04ina4
co 4411i414e wil4 C4o4 sidei planilf1 r ill
Scontinuance 4 the h44r4 t a treivities.
t1g4 i '4''' 4 o41 w4 il h 4o 'pt atd out it1
her1 infl'or t xxiithou 4t raft 4.4tee to d4
I44411) il:il 4i4, a0nt ch1arity (1i114i d
41111 to 114s4 4414O ;44 o4t411144
(Sp'cial United Press W\\ire.)
London. April 24. -- ispatehes -
441 p 14t that4 the kingdom of Monten1
gro c41'14d to exist Sunday when the
untional uassolubly tenusflerred pow~er
to the Serbhian governor, completing
the union of Mlontinegro with Ser