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Havoline Motor Oil
5 2,Ili4III. Mit i $1.10
AlI lar ,,il il liilk. -: 75c
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Mechanics Fine Tools
Plumbing and Electrical
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Poynter's Cash Store i
I.8l4 HARRISON AVE.
Wholesale to Consumer.
)o you realize that by buying
yoi r supplies each day in small
- ,: tities that your lday's pay
Igots liltle more than half as far
as it would if you bought the
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IS 11)Ts. ('oretauia li ard Wheat
Flour from ....... $5.30 to $5.65
100 lb. granulated sugar (beet)
at ................................... 10.1)
10) ltb. granula ted sugar
((-:in~) at ......... ............. I.00
17 bars White laundry soap
f ro . ..................... .... ..... . .00
C('arnation milk, 48 tall cans,
ego mhilk, 48 tall (an.s, $6.25
lIlebn, 4S tall cans-............ $5.50
One dozen large cans Utah to
naio-toe, ...... $42.00-11
(iOe dozen No. 2 'niIs lowa
corn ................................ $1.80
One case omllliatocs in pIur(ee
2 s ..................... $3.0o
Strictly Fresh lItaclh Eggs,
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Night Bell for Prescripti6nm
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FDR 1BG 1OAN
Site Selected for "Flying
Circus" and Plans Com
plete for Big Drive Start
Arrangements for the opening of
the \Vitory loan campaign on Sun
dfay. when the celebrated "flying cir
(e's" of army aviators will appear
.here and demonstrate dare-devil
stunts of fighting aviator§, were
Ipractically completed yesterday aft
crnoon when the variouls sub-com
nitttees in charge of details of the
cmpalign n(met at the Silver Bow
Announcement was imade thatt a
tract of ground lying just south of
theo terminus of the Englewood street
car line had been selected by Maj.
Ketnneth Marr for a landing and
starting place for the Victory flying
Inacllines and the tract was iunle
dliately christened "Marr field."
The hoard of county commission
(er's have agreed to place a force of
tmen anti teamis at work levelling off
t11 aerodrome site and rolling it.
'h11 work has been placed under the
dlirection of Lieut. A. E. Eddy, 110
Northl W\ashington street, whio re
cently was discharged fromn tile avia
A speakers' stand will be erected
on the field, from which Majors Fuil
lard, l'arker and Holiday of the
British aviation service and J. Bruce
K1retmer will address the crowds.
Immediately following the addresses
thte flying stunts will start. It is ex
peccted tlhat the first mnachine will
leave thef ground abliout 1:30 o'clock
and froint tthen on the air will he
illeted \withl airpilal les simiulaitiing conu -
\While tIhe "flying circus" will iap
pear on Suniday. the loan campaign
proper will not begin until Monday,
when every cffiort will be put under
way to put llutte and Silver Bow
coiunty over the top with an oversulb
scription tduring the three days of
Booths will bie erected in the lob
ities of variouts hotels and in lier
ca ntile and other est ablishments
throughouti the city. In each of
these a corlps of wonmen will be on
hand to take subscriptlions. The
Elks lodge has taken a hand in the
affair and will stage a nullmber of
unillque stunts on each of tile three
l ays of the drive. Various speak
ers inicluding a nnumber of the best
orators from()l aimong the local talent
and Lieut. William BI. George, Jr., of
Ilillings, will make addresses each
A'RIAIGN GUELBA FOR
MURDOR OF MURPHY
Mexican Captured at Laurel
Given Until Saturday
Formal arraignment of David
Guerra, the Mexican section hand;
who is alleged to have shot and kill
ed Frank Murphy at Silver Bow, on 1
tile night of April 11, was held in
Judge Lynch's court, yesterday aft
ernoon. Attorney M. S. Cohen was
appointed by the court to take charge
of Gueria's defense and the prisoner
was given until Saturday to make
After the killing of Murphy,
Guerra disappeared from the Silver
Bow section house and, although a
determined search was made, he
mlade his getaway as far as Laurel.
where hie was captured by a night
watchman in the railroad yards.
SCHOOL ORATORS TO
TALK FOR MEDALS
Fihals in the declamation contest
ifor the Simon medals and for the
honor of representing the school at
the interscholastic meet at Missoula.
next Monday, will be held at the
Butte high schools on Friday, May
2. Those who survived the pre
liminaries are Misses Ora Greer.
Anita Morris, Elizabeth Walker and
Messrs. :William Walker, Archie Mc
AMillan and Harry Reynolds. The al
ternates are Clare Hoar and Roger
DIES; IN HOSPITAL.
Oliver Downs, 45, a well known
local miine worker, died yesterday in
a local hospital. Mr. Downs is sur
vived by his wife and a sister in t
Massachusetts, and funeral arrange
ments are being held pending the re
ceipt of instructions from them.
E. S. Keehr of Dillon is in the city.
George AMogridge always gets into
condition quickly and this year was
no exceptlion for the veteran south
paw. He was the first of the Yankee
boxmen to throw any curves.
In Cadore, Pfeffer, Grimes, Mar
quard, Mlamaux and Cheney, the Rob
ins have a pitching staff that cotm
pares with any in the major leagues.
Jack Dempsey is following in the
footsteps of John L. Sullivan, who
became the most popular pugilist
the ring ever saw by touring the
coulntry, meeting all comers and
agreeing to stop them in four rounds.
Sullivan is supposed to have knocked
out over 50 men during his famous
tour. Dempsey has not stopped as
many as Sullivan, as yet, but he is
howling them over at a rate that
threatens the old time warrior's rec
ord. During the last few days Demp
sey has knocked out half a dozen
men and none of them lasted more
than a minute before him. It is true
that they were not experienced ring
men, but they were of the satme type
that offered .themselves as victims
for John L.
01(1 Russell Ford, Inventor of Emery
Hall, 36 Today.
Russell Ford, who passed out of
active baseball in 1915, will cele
brate his 36th birthday tomorrow,
as hie was born in Manitoba on April
25, 1883. Ford was the inventor of
the emlery ball, but that didn't help
him to stay in the game after he was
33. In 1914 Russ pulled a glorious
come-back with the Buffalo Feds,
leading the twirlers of the Federal
circuit with 21 victories to his credit
and only six defeats chalked up
against him. In the following year
Ford slumped and had won only two
games for the Buffeds when he was
released in July. Later he was re
called and given another chance, but
in the latter part of August of that
year ihe again received his uncondi
tional release. Russ's downfall was
due to ban placed upon the .emery
ball by the Federal league directors.
Ford, who was known as the in
ventor of this form of delivery, had
nothing else to offer, and with the
emtery ball barred he was all
Ford started professional pitching
with Cedar Rapids in 1905, and re
mained in the Iowa city two seasons.
Then followed two years with At
lanta, and his work in the Southern
league was so good that he was pur
chased by the New York Americans.
but was turned over to Jersey City
for further seasoning in 1909. The
next year he joined the hurling staff
of the Yankees, then managed by
George Stallings. Ford was' the sen
sation of the year.-winning 26 games
while hie met biut six defeats. His
work was largely instrumental in
enabling the Yanks to finish in sec
ond place. In that year Ford proved
himself the greatest recruit that ever
broke inito fast coiltiany. In 1911
Russ had 22 wins against 11 defeats.
In 1912 he scored but 13 triumphs
as against 21 defeats, and *was
knocked out of the box repeatedly.
Except for his one big year with the
Feds whln the emery ball saved his
bacon, Russ has nevei' redeemed the
great promise of hisr early career in
Some Ancient History.
It was on this date in 1737 that
George Taylor, second pug'listic
champion ,f England, successfully
defended his title against Prince
Boswell, a giant gypsy. Taylor as
Rumed the title and defied all com
ers in 1734. after the death of Figg,
the first champion. Taylor had no
great trouble in whipping Boswell,
but he was given a terrible battle by
Jack Slack, a Norwich butcher. Slack
fought until his body was one mass
of blood and bruises, but at length
had to succumb. Taylor held the title
nutil 1740, when he was whipped
by Tom Faulkner after a desperate
bout lasting nearly two hours. Faulk
ner immediately retired, and Taylor
resumed the title, but immediately
lost it to Jack Broughton, who .in
turn was defeated by Jack Slack, the
victim of Taylor. The latter sought
to establish a pugilistic ampitheater
and school as a rival of Broughton's
famous Oxford road establishment,
but failed in the venture.
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$100 reward will be pat. to any
one proving we do not .aPt in the
nest mainspring for $1., Mayer, 87
North Main street.-AdwS
Judge George M. Bourquin of the
federal district court is eipected in
Butte this week from Missoula, where
a jury term of the court is nearing an
(nd. The judge will open court here
May 1, acecording to present plans.
A group of prominent stockmen
from Billings at the Fihlen last eve
ning included C. A. \Warnstrom, J. P.
O'Malley, E. R. Berkholder and O. W.
When you are over-worked, feel
listless or languid, or when you
can't sleep or eat, better take Hol
lister's Rocky Mountain tear Livens
you up, purifies the blood, soothes
and regulates the stomadh, makes
you eat and sleep. A real spling
medicine. 35c, tea or tablets.
C. B. Askew, J. P. Davidson and
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Henger and Mrs.
F. Owens of Great Falls are arrivals
in town from the Electric city
Frank E. Barnes, a prominent
Philipsburg mining man, is a business
visitor in the city for a few days.
W. A. Stevenson came in from the
Madison valley yesterday and will be
at the Butte for a few days.
John Stansbury. Carroll Ladue and
O. W. Montgomery were Great Falls
arrivals ih Bttte yesterday.
You must clean the stomach and
bowels, purity'the blood each spring,
or you wflr leave winter;s germs and
impurities i'n your blood, and syste}ri.
DIive them away, clean out 'the itom
ach and l'bovels--take Holllscdr's
Rocky Mountain ea,( A4, spring
cleanser; gultfler; 35c, t tablets.
-Adv. ' ,
Mr. an6rrM}d. H.. s igbrnd of
Wisdom werein yes . tr4 robm theil
ranch on th, Big lIol.,;
Allan Camlchael .anl ,Christopher
Mondak Wdre Granite.Coutty visitors
in Butte yel4terday. ,...
Benjamin Woodie and Albeit
Broach baine in last evening from
Chester Hartman and George Sav
age came over last night from Great
J. M. Casey, a prominent mining
operator of the Coeur d'Alenes, is a
guest in Butte.
U. V. Erwin and John E. Shipman
are registered at the Butte from Dil
Mrs. II. C. McCaleb is visiting
friends in tlih city from Dillon.
L. K. Devlin was down from IIavre
on a busini: s mission yesterday.
N. I. Z:nn was over from Billi'ngs
yesterday on a business mission.
Mrs. J. A. Newhouse- is a guest
Irom the capital.
Henry \V. Collum was in from the
Wiso river t ountry yest(1rd'ay.
Frederickl 1I. Thomas of Philips
burg is in Ihutte.
William tlia Jr. of BilEl:nga war an
arrival last night.
Miss Ccc, I:.i Krebbs is v;siting in
ihe c::y tor .t few days from Belt.
Mr. arl \ir.s. C. S. Smith are visit
ing friet.dl I Buttt from Billings.
.1. "J. Q :n and family of Philips
burig are :o t.e city.
0. VFre., r.( ksdn aind J. R. Ryle are
visitors troetm ,Mideoill.
C. M. li.h II was an arrival last eve
ning from th,, capitaL-...
Mr. antd Mrs. George Mason were
over frotm l;reat Falts yesterday.
Dol '. .\lhee of bee ~.Jodge is in
Buttte on : short busai 7iutrip.
Walter .lhobe waas~ flrom T.win
Bridges Y c'tcrday.
A. J. I... inard of Helega and E. W.
Rynard of (;reat Falt1 tre in £he city.
Mrs. .\ J. Flegal of Great Falls
was an ;:u:;,al from the evening
Mrs. .. '. Henroid of Anaconda
was visit,i. in the city yesterday.
M. c( ..kelton of Missoula was
a visitor -, terday in Butte.
J. Abr1::, of Great Falls is in
A. A. M" ris is here from Round
B. P1 .... wa 't .a Philips
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IfEASEII FROIM JAIL
Men Arrested for Holdup
of Henderson Store
Peter Saunders, Mark Koinecht and
Joe Beckey, arrested some time ago
on suspicion of having been the men
who held up the store of Mr. and
Mris. Andrew J. Henderson. 270)1
HarVard avenue on the night of
March 28, have been released from
the county, jail, investigations of
Sheriff O'Rourke failing to prove any
connection between the men and the
During the course of a revolver
duel between the holdups and Mr.
Henderson, Mrs. Henderson was shot
in the head. Her injury, however,
was not serious.
The three men were arrested in the
vicinity of the Henderson store with
in a few hours after the atteippted
holdup. A hat dropped by one-of the
robbers and which had the name,
"Joe leckey,'" inscribed on the band,
was believed to prove Beckey's con
nection with the crime. Becke,-,
however, succeeded in proviig that
he had discarded the hat sometime
previous to the holdup.
YEARS HUBBY QUITS
After living with her for 29
years,' Albert Engelman deserted his
wife in Butte, according to a di
vorce complaint filed in the district
court by Mary Jane Engehnan. The
complaint states that there are' three
children of the union living, all self
supportihg and a dissolution of the
marriage tie only is asked.
Copenhagen. April 24.-A Vienna
dispatch says it is reported in diplo
matic circles that the Czecho-Slovak
forces are now before Waitzen, 15
miles north oPf Budapest.
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SOLDIERS WILL SiN
AT ARMY 'Y' TOMORROW
Ladies of Deaconess' Hospi
tal to Be Guests at
Ladies of the Deaconess' hospital
will be guests at the Army and Navy
Y. Al. C. A. on West Quartz street,
tomorrow night, at which a special
program including mass singing by
returned soldiers and sailors will be
Ever increasing numbers of re
turned soldiers and sailors ar' rtog
istering at the Army and Navy ''Y,"
where unusual free privileges arc
granted them. Upon signing the
register the soldier or sailor is
immediately given a "guest ticket,"
which entitles him to the use of the
gymnasium, library, baths .tnd, in
cases where the man is "broke," free
sleeping quarters. On Monday and
Wednesday nights free picture shows
are given at which excellent films,
some of which are loaned by moving
picture houses of Butte, are shown.
Boxing and wrestling matches at
which unusually good talent partici
pates, are held each Saturday night.
WILL HOLD MAY INQUEST
TOMORROW AT 2 P. M.
There will be a long list of wit
nesses to testify before the coron
er's jury in the hearing tomorrow.
Judge Doran will hold the inquest,
Dan Holland is still too sick. He
has the "flu."
There is considerable interest
aroused in town over the outcome of
the hearing. Many people suspect
that the carelessness w~hich brought
on the accident was too gross to be
It is rumored that whisky played
its usually fatal part. The owner of
the heavier car, which sent two hu
man beings into eternity when it
struck the small Pierce automobile,
has come in for sharp criticism
from the quiet people of Butte who
do not drink and do not smash into
little family automobiles with big
touring cars-the ordinary decent
folk of the town who do not carry
deputy's badges and guns, and do
not browbeat voters and watchers at
TO GISCUSS AFFILIATION
AT I8G SUNOAY MEETING
An open meeting of all mine
workers has been called to meet in
the Metal Mine Workers' union hall,
101 South Idaho street, at 8 o'clock,
next Sunday night. At the meeting
a general discussion of the project
which has been advanced for the
affiliation of the local miners with
the International Union of ,Mine,
Mill and Smelter workers will be
A special invitation has been ex
tended to the delegates of the Silver
Bow Trades council, who voted to
organize the miners of Butte into
the Moyer organization at the last
meeting of the council. In addition
all workers who are interested are
urged to be present.
OF FIFTEEN MEET
At a well attended meeting of the
executive cocmittee of 15, represent
ing the three councils, called for last
night, only two matters of interest
The sub-committee appointed to
audit the accounts of Secretary Daly,
pertaining to the Whitehall organiza
zation project, found everything O. K.
and, on motion, the report was ac
cepted and recomme'idation -made to
the Silver Bow council to pay all out
standing indebtedness and thus write
finis to one of the few mistakes ot
The other questi n was one of jur
isdiction betwee`.-i`he Boblermakers
and tronworkerql:. .Both parties were
ordered to makiei v'eclaims before
a special meetits the committee
Saturday, April MŽ,t 7:30 p. in., in
SI CURICH'S flTE
IN IMOS OF JUIY
The. trial of San Curich for the
murder of Mike Maricivich on Oct.
12, was completedl today in Judge
Lynch's court. The case has gone
to the jury.
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Results. Phone 52
WHAT IT MEANS
The intimacy between
a depositer and his bank
er is closer than between
two friendly neighbors.
Be frank with your
banker, do not over
represent your ,resources
nor pretend to hive what
you have slae--and he
will learn to rely abso
lutely upon what you
Your having an ac
count will bring you in
to numerous contacts
with him. The mqre you
handle it in a business
like manner, the better
line he'has on your needs
as well as on your points
Yes, we enjoy having
the young depositor's in
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Dr. C. W. Payne
2:30 to 5
0 to 8
315 Phoenix Blk.
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Expert Watch Repairing
Watch Cleaning, $1.50
Mainsprings - -$1.00
Both Guaranteed for One
People's Theater Bldg.
40 E. PARK ST.
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McManus Sjt Shop
6 SOUTH WYOMING
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J. R. BECKY
Groceries and Meats
Phone 440B-W 3701 Elm St.
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