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Screen Door Hrages,
Catches and Locks,
Springs and Paints
The flome-of Good Hardware
. .iechanics Fine Tools
Plumbing and Electrical
Phone 956-221 E. Park
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Poynter's Cash Store
1851 HAIRRJON AVE.
Wholesale to Consumer.
DQ you realize that by bnylng
yot r supplies each day in imall
qui ntities 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
100 lb. granulated sugar (beat)
100 lb. granulated sugar
(cane) at .......................$11.00
17 bars White laundry soal
for ............. .....-........------- . 1.00
Carnation milli, 48 tall cans.
or ............. ............. ..
;e; milk. 4S tall c , ,il) .
S h11be, 48 tall cans ........... S.i,3)
One dozen large cans Utiah to
n ; . ............. .. ......... ..':, i
(!o, dozen No. 2 ca!ps lov'i
corn ............. ................... $1.80
One case tomatoes in puir 'o
St rietly F'resh Ranch n Egg,
dozen - ........... ... . ........... .... .. -1 c
10 lbs. a(':n( (ranutlalted Sugar
(with $10 order) . .......... 1.o1 i
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66 West Gold Street
A. F. 'rOLER, Inc.,
501 South Main St.
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THE lINERS' lIOME.
We make a specialty of lunches
for miners and others. The lyest
of everything at greatly rcdtuced
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180 Walnut St. Phone 3393-W
Full line of groceries, vegetables,
fresh meats, fruits in season.
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The Bulletin is here to stay.
LOAN OUOTA Il
Victory Committee Confi
dent Belated Reports Will
Show That County Has
Although', ,t ','ilnp r ," rt'por .: frt,:
e1 ;ling :g, IA . 0:;. l l!'(;11i '.tnl. !, ,.'
'1 bO .L' I' IIi'i', lIe , V i.'tol ' I ,,, ll
I i1l' l (' 1 l 0ih lot x lm iig1 ha,
' olli l It I 1. 1 , ' . ti ctI'' Ior 'O !
ai ' l~on1 , ..niprii n V I' ]:l i(.:n0d a
LiI l. o t 11' I . ° a ' ll .t "Lo I who
I, t' n 1 1 . m u iis'. ild to VnflintLS r
S .l m a l ,e . c h ;- l i p t io n l I'llo
.li y 10 . Thi a..ai t:lta , of ilte 130y
11t1 t:' I'll aniz;1ion in an LLlfort to
.ath;' i' ;n f r tl' ld 1 .O'!s :
Ovor1,old during- tho iltet da ,ys of
lho ldri 0. , hich iclkci d a iit ni ht hi as
i) 'n t':' rd and llt] t col ut will e
inr t i'r I -kL "ithii 1 ]!(, neL xt l few
d-I r, I' itairmil an I V. W. 110c w"l",
of "h"- n,.;:n collnn ittt[ t ,'i'tr('s.ed his
F:lint- tilol 1i !it o Lc;uit'' tor d ."
eL;a'I i:( rn' tLark'il.ilI' tL': Lvith ('LldLi
t. ine t . ii !1\ are in I 'l'ilct and Sr ilve, '
! : O .1al:1,lyl that the i Jnola hltd beenl
ul.l.SOrI': ,,'. H1. ca 'l d L aLIttention iLL
Ihe l I : l thai the' xtrtailott 'nt o f tlh
preod tt tin ,f the t lil ns \'It ith . con
t ( 1 11 l . o 0 1" I l iZ 'n.,lSL0 ,P ' "I,' VOTI'o -
r L :: Ili f e l th I It i.i not
Srain-I-:bidu ilt dist:iec ha;d made
the ; ',::inmtnt of 11) V, iht oiy loan
.l I! a hard o(n1 to )'; ac('l.
[ :;i,.! sh of .,ratilml to the
s a) : n .nd enti: w5orker: during thh l
dl'\ .,cr, at by the of'cial; in
cha!:rge. Ispecit!l thanlk: , " ._.
I'!.!,'d O t ilto h e nwmixb(r', of the 1lkt'
lod,- , tihe ;i- lelt !lUsio:l club, thi
n. conda ;"ppic r \lin , . hil!n!, and
to tother organization:; w\hlo R..'i:-ted
i: ,lrially in ei uh.crintionn .
MISS M'ILYNN WINS
Will Represent the Central
School at Missoula Con
test. F. Weigenstein and
W. Leary in Running.
With the reading, "Toby's i.enu
ient," Miss RutlIi lcGlynn last
iiiht won firs ;t honors in tIth dec
1.la ationi cont".st of the ('tntral High
school, held at the Buit, Hligh school
auditorium. In addition to the win
ntoIsn mIdil, lMiss Mc.lynn y !olo so
cures Iheii ihon r of i'plreett';tt g hier
,:hool: in the taI' decl. ntl itory co-11
I 't : ' 1M is:.. tia later IIli il tllth.
cnt ait d ki'llors t i'e ,'o ll by l 'rallk
W[ig'nstein, who spolkeo on1 "Amlti
can 'itiznt sltip," nti third lact
was woIt by V1il'rod Leary on hi;
rend ioL of EETII One-Legged
The de,"llanations were judged by
thFe Rv. \illi.a P. Joyc UN, r. P. IH.
M(\(carthy 11and lt.lames E. MuI1rray.
'hige musicatl part of 'hPl'ei program was
tinder st direction of grs. Frances
REDOILAR MEETING OF
METAL TRADES ClONIll
1'r'.. I. PI . i '.)' ri", beini g called t(
(Gr' t iIIlls on tilllh hlll rllllttke('s
trouble Iore. Victe-P'resid ed Kerriil
gin tresided over the regular iit et
ilg of the Metal T'Prade connell hel(
eThgy council et'dorsod May 1st, a:
!t:t,,i'::a onal La .er day a;,d thit
dato trill in the future he in:serte(
ill all agreement:; ;i5 it regular holi
t\ l lnum1 er of n imor I mt i'.i lm itjte
lma tiin -s Ieing he('l last night, tilh
ent'ohc'r:lhip of which included prae
1i.ally overy dolohgaot of 11he conclld
TO HEAR FROM SON
In an etffot to lorate her brother,
.1.hn Long. who is believed to be in
1ultte. Iritcdgt ,ollong of C roton
school. Croton. ?iass.. has writtei
the lRev. Father onulls of Si. l'at
rick's church seeking his aid. The
tletter satis that \Mr. Long's mlotlher
is seriously ill in Irelanid and is anx
iotus to hetar from liher son.
JURY FINDS MACLICA
GUILTY OF ASSAULT
Within an hour afr th.,,. .t e had
been gtien into 11ti il' handia tiLu jfury
itn the trial of (heorge Mhitliea.
charged with having shot Al.bi
Scrononiai in the yard of the latter':
home on Oct. 4 last. yosto:rday aft
ernoon returned a v:-,rdict of guilty
anid fixed the puakiahient at not lo,
that. ',! nd one-half years or ,ire'
than five years. Testiimony intro
duces- at the trial brought out the
atscsrti,'l that ilaglica hed made
threals, to hill both Mr. and Mrs.
Scroanonia previous to the shooting.
M( mlbers Mill, Smeltermen and
Surilface Workerr ' union, a special
order of business Friday evening,
May 2, 1919.
-Adv. M. D). SMITH, Rec. Sec.
Bulletin Roosters should patronTpe
$100 reward will be paid to any-'
lune proving we do not put in the
nest mainspring for $1. Mlayer, 37;
North Main street.-Adv.
. 11. IHIarvcy of D)ivide and A. .
S ,car;:t of ~isdom (ai:le in from 11l"
Hi:, Iolr basin yeste'rday anid Ir
1I1i d in: in utin .. l t night.
i'ýi e \ W oman's ,Al i: ionl ryV :;ocity
of 4i FIir'st Baplist ('hurch m( the
f1n noon i'ith 'ir'. P. C. Alb",' h i.
t i " i h Jackson :SI r.. t.
ir. a nd Mr:l. . ,. (Castl,,; i n
ie:. G. St(wv rt and lis ( il.h:!,r :i t"
vi:i in b~e city from (t:,t i' i!P.I
f.r a tow (days.
When you a-re over-workIed, feel
listless or languid, or when you
can't sleep or ent, better take Hol
lister's Rocky Mountain tea. Livens
you up, purifies the blood. soothes
land regulates the stolmnach, mlakes
you eat and sleep. A real springI
Imedircine. 35c, tea or tablets.
John AT. Jacobii onr i:; down from
the tlatlcfoi omt n at : 'hort businr ;;c:
ENnneltih R:U and [111er E. 1Hr
h ay were, arrivals in iu Ite last night
from the lHitttr hoot valley.
Mrs. M. W.yant :d lMr: . RI. M.
Hlayworth or risi'i'ng in Butte.
You nmust clea(In the stomach and
boweis, purify the blood each spring,
or you will leavei winter's gernms andi
impulrities in your blood and system.
Drive I l het away, (clean out the stom
ach and bowels--take Hoilister's
I Rocky Mountain tea. A spring
cl.mnser, purilier; 35c, tea or tablets.
I. S. Jtohnson of l Mi:;sonti and Lee
Shelton of Divide are in Butte.
I1r. and ' lrs. Georgge Porter ari
iin B Ie froa thOl e capital
Miss Minni'e JacIksmon is vis'ting in
1110 city from Deer lodge.
S. E. Harris is a business visi ni
from Lewiston, Ida.
P. F. Doherty is in Itown fron
F'INEI) FOFI RGR.\N(CY.
Maggie Riley and Arthur Jones,
arrested by Officer i.korrissey in a
place on South Uttah street, were
found guilty of vagrancy in police
court this morning by Acting Police
Juldge tHucley. Miss Riley was
fined $10, while Jones was fined
$"0. The fines were suspended in
5AKE (1.1311ALANG IAII).
T'hollmas Brown and Jal me:; lortoll
were arrested by Officers Morrissey
and White at 2 o'clock this after
1Inoon0 inl a raid oil the Ocean blar.
.ast Parkl street. Th l en wiere
I'.Ote(' on chaitirges of vagranc.ly by
ga.bl!ing atnd we"e releasd nilildr
louds of $100) for Irial tomorrow
11orn1 i ilg.
.1'T'V.1TER ' O;(.',i. EAST.
Mlx Atwater, ,'nIral m[anager of
the uavis-Daly ctnOpany, who |;'b
'well conflined to hi ii (ooml in the Sil
ver Bow club with a serious illnes..
for the last few week's. will leave to
night for Rochester, Alin., where h.'
will undergo 111 oplrai( itin for ai -
',IORGAN FUNI'1.LI 1I'.1,D).
Fu"lneral s.terices for elon i\.or lan,
the pioner blacke.ntitth of Butte and
Ailaloldia, who d(id T h.',il ay,. Wtr(
he id Ihi' iatl'lrnoon at the t iiiome of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles lFi;hwr. 1231
i 'a t iir s ' Iti '' t . T hi 't l . ,\. ( '. Ii o
,)u lhoi., < thi lpiscop;'l chur,,h of
.A1'PO -Y I)UN A 1. DEU .I.
li'hi, I ::n error" i:l the lPn i
vestd,,y . ; ' ho ,! e relati.*, ; ill,
ow lnor l; f 1; !:" canoe-. oi b' e
lmonth, nor til" !", I he!U t e ft ' i ,hi'h
Joe e i k ,; b"" I wvith bUreaI;ri
lby ti ' ' :p' '.y ' i ,t r i , y it v a , ia -
vertenti; tteI I ' t . M r.
error' . not in l I.;
is out. o, ' .n s.
in themselves rm-:,an
nothing. O(lll when c,,MIl
ilel l hI., le (llm lilv al,,
Ihey al. a tlive In the wise
art' .gu;alrlanlteed I'.r salis
I'.ction. The Il'ices and
' slyl, s "- I' ,r them - _
selves. T'lie tl llil ,( li
II e itll lt \'Orved pI i ! , i .
See llye sple'i;lI sh.l wi\ u
u ...--..- ---------- -..... $28
29-31 W. Park
29-31 we Parkj
MEATS AND GROCERIES
lIb ........ . U.. .._- special -........ 90
RUMP ROAST, 22c Dustbane Sweeping
whole, ib.... . 2 Compound, can ... -
Fancy Walla Walla 25C
Mutton Rhubarb, 3 lbs...-....
MUTTON STE:W, 15c MAID 'O CLOVER and
per Ib...S.. , 1 BLANCHARD 65c
LEG OF MUTTON, 30f Butter, Ib.-.. ........... c
per Ib~. .... . - D MACARONI..
NOODLES F.... .Ou
Veal SPAGHETTI.Ikg. b
SHOULDER VEAL 30c Alaska Red Salmon, tall
STEAK, Ib.D... can, regular 30c val-25c
SHOULDER VEAL 25c ue, special--..--.
ROAST, lb. _-__ _ ___-
VEAL STEW, per 121c Saturday South Side De
Ib.MH 2 livery at 2 P. M.
HAM HOOKS, per 25c
lb . -- - - - - - - - - - - -
Ob 35c PHONE
SALMON, lb.... .......
LAKE SUPERIOR 30c
Herring, Black Cod, Hali
but, Salmon Trout, Fresh
THE PRESS AGENTS' BOMB PLOT
(Continued From Page One.)
Ihat i Flo o \jzl4ICe line- trustedl to the w'ell kitovit geitetosily
Muut ely the secret sevi that l ,ill (to act: thue 1115t agile alieie
tugi al at h is la Iit shuoutlu have t ii as little Itroube in finciuuiug
It luul'lelrurluts of this ºlasit u ll outriatge as lthey haul iii dis
ti acti tug lie Iii iitttlu
hue ulal (1 tuit ials w ill uujcie he hi'utught il i tstice, lot- tile
\e' N- agtoi iu lsou t tuh~at thut eI itle htas heeni cotmittteud augainush
I hi wou~itig cut-ut tltivetlt t o I Ite liltiteti states!
I IM. entire cain ci ign nas seen
originated and financed by the Na
tiolnal :ecurity league or some sub
It is a damnable scheme to dis
credit and bring halred and con
tuilely upon the almt'ilpts of the
vorkers to free the martyrs of the
The terrible irony (of it!
All of the violenlce,. all of the beat
igs and fleportations, all of the
wvanlonl in'uird.' ,ll:h, as-, took place
at Lnd!low, Colo., and Point Creek, I
WV. Va.. all of the clnbbings and
hliugory, Ihave Ibeen Visited upon111) the
workeh'rs by the ,xploiting class.
Yet, thely leuIIsea thle workers lof
Iton:llIpts on human life!
The attelnmpt to fasten upon the
class whom the records of the c(ap
itaiist's courtls prove have done
lothing but endure patiently the
nountainilS of aulhse heaped upon
th:nm, tilhe foul crime of wanton mur
it is the crowning insult in a list
of wrongs a century old!
iut---lt is tile admission of their
W'lleaklness, a1 c.onfession of their
hlelleslssn es blefore the advancing
fide of ;lit eillightened conscioullness
:f the historical mission of the work
Klowledge i:; power!
In uni y i ; -trelglth!
The printing plress---not the bomb
i: tile w' ilpon of thle workers!
I ;ombs anld inselhinle guns. perseCll
1tion and irll;lrder, are the wealpoins of
la:t resort for' ( class who have out
lived their u lsefulness!
iEven Il- ,, and tile filthy lies of
ii i r' : p :y i t.: of capitalism canlnot
,ir '';.il t ';I ' co:nilng of the 11new so
It will ~ ; ior 'r-,' world, anid
those wh ,)- ill not wo;:l. shal ai not
Tflh, f', ' o:' d who live on tihe
fruits of !;h o ol'crs, s 1 :1 1 the
dawn t , ,,w day, alnd they
Ir the , tio tfi l' i:.i hibea -
tiful May t'. 1 lt y hi ve' re'orteI d to
p a i5,ti o fl . h I ,'' 'I . c,; 'oh , ,:i ton v o tib1le
l y i n g ; th i " l n '- Li i ' " - . 't o u l d ii ln g
in it; Ima .lt l a1;t to latL e o e gasl p,
Ilut its v io awl o 'b i ll f iity'
prol es lt , ' dlolu l i t',ear n' t .le
maI'rs ' , 'u for ithe, ors,
whose i, I 'lAge au; F, -d )e-2
\Vold ).li the fI, m :' a1 ai' d a
: u' n ! : ' r., l't-- w iltl n o lo l ge r
,in mi o ch longer be
., ",' , , :lytachine.
S,,,· -:. l·ig to lose yout r powerk
,v" 1 , lof thile workers, you
tig to work and you
'! " mns of your prostitute
,. v refully fabricated lies!
The wr. ,r know that you lie!
'You li',l thout Mooney!
Youi li, i abouit Debs!
You I, i abouit the workers' gov
erulnwi,"ll ," u.ssia!
Yiu i' ::Lout the I. W. WV.!
You I, tllit the Seattle strike!
Youil ! " i obeut everyone who does
!lno gro, I:t your feet!
Yelo li, iabout everyone whose
sense of i , i cny will not permit them
to he n ,l1 filr your dirty work!
You l1,d about the Ludlow strike
1whe t111 i g men of Rockefeller
lant tl n 'I ,.l,. !
Youl h, .1 bot tile Lawrence strike.
whlt're .,i:l l inhugs are beating and
cluii;n nc'el and women who l ask
for a li l:0 wage!
Y i, ":.:bout the Nonpartisan
Y1'o i , ahnlut everyone who does
11h T lie i. c it!
I on 'i, lnd we know you lie!
Thl !,in that you cherish for
the , --uieit.d profit it bring.
yo . i hu i on lies!
Th,,: N., irs are going to take
tl pi li''' front. you, mlasters!
The- c, 1 take it. not by bombs
will 'i, inlg far more dangerous':
Thi ,.il tlake with the power of
klowletiie and coinsfousness of a
noiile ii, v to be performed, the
for.e' ti,:it have taken power fromn
Ityr;!". ;:'lrugh all the -ages!
Your "bomb plots'' are for the un
hinking, but oi this glorious May
lay, the working class of all the
world are thinking!
Think what it means, masters, the
workers are thinking at last!
Thinking, not of bombs, but of r
world where poverty and unemploy
lent no longer exist except as me1iii
Thinking of a world where therE
ire no masters and ino slaves!
Thinking of the internationa
brotherhood of the workers!
1-lire your tools to send your
boimbs, if you will!
Amuse yourselves today, masters!
Tomorrow you go to work!
RIOT IN CLEVELAND
(Continued From Page One.)
sections of the city began approach
ing the public square where a mass
meeting was being held. These
iwere broken up before reaching the
square11. .After all the parades were
broken up thepolic guar'dedt the
square to see that no meeting was
heldl. IParaders beganll gathering on
stleet corners. Soldilers lland sailors.
forllid inl fnllergency colnpanies.
rushed these groups, breaking them
lip as fast as they congregated. Boy
scouts jumped into the fracas.
Wiherever they saw a red flag they
tore it front the man carrying it.
-huIldreds of civilians joined the sol
diers and sailors in breaking up the
groups. A war tank with luff v
d(ozen soldiers on top paraded the
stiree(s. When the 1an1 at the wheel
saw any crowds he headed the tank
The crowds lost no time in dis
persing. One erowdl of scrveral huli
tdred pet sons marched o0l socialist
healdqularters and wrecked the inside
hall. Police S(rgelnt lIarrett, in al
ti npting to disperse a crowd, was
shot and seriously wounded. United
States I)istrict Attorney Wertz re
ceived a report tht th a millal had been
shot. Federal Agent Morton rc
ported two others had been shot.
Iuoenos Ayres, May 1.-Every pre
caution was taken to prevent the
labor day demonstrations here of re
sulting in a general strike. Large
forces of troops were brought into
Dublin, MIay 1.-Except in the
northern part, all business is at a
standstill in Ireland in observance
of MIay Day.
London, May 1.-Labor day is be
ing celebrated throughout Europe
today with greater enthusiasm than
ever before, owing to the recent
upheavals and gains made by or
ganized labor. London's main cele
bration was a monster demonstra
tion in Hyde park where a record
breaking crowd listened to speeches
by British and continental labor
Paris. May 1.-D)renching rain
caused temporary postpoie?1e t of
the May Day demonstralb A ioh
the radical laborites had pla bed.
Business is practically at a stand
still as the workers celebrated labor
ALLEGEI) GA.M ii ERS DISMISSED
Rube Still. William Smith, Wil
lian Nero. Ed ('low and Jack Beck,
arrested in a gambling raid on the
Sheridan club last nigh~t, were
dismissed in police court this morn
ing by Judge iluckley. The evi
dence against the men was held in
sufficient for a conviction. Bert
Maginnis. arresrted in the raid, was
turned over to the county authorin
ties for action.
PI'IOHIIIT T MEETINGS.
(Special United Press Wire.)
Rome. May 1.--All May Day meet
ings and demonstrations have been
prohibited by the Italian government.
OFFICER PRLJA IS
PLACED ON TRIAL
Charged With First Degree
Assault Upon Mike Bur
zan at Northern Pacific
Depot Last October.
S.,1g. Judge Lynch's court ad
jou1.gd1 iygsterday a jury had been
seecltedto, try Plhilip Prija for first
degree assault in shooting Mike Bur
:an on the evening of Oct. 5 last.
The jury chosen to try the case con
sists of Hy Briney, Axel Johnson, 1I.
P. Gill, Fred Christianson, Alfred
Johns, M. J. Kelly, W. T. Brennan.
James T. Murphy, Sam Bennett, John
\lontin, Jacob Spiegel and John
Santpson. When the jury was se
lected it was time for the court to
adjourn for the day.
It was when a large number of
Serbians were leaving Butte for Eu
rope to take up arms with the allies
Ind their own country that the as
sault took place. Prlja, who is a
mnemnber of the Butte police force,
and has been acting as traffic officer,
was at the depot where the Serbians
were taking the *train
There was some controversy be
tween him and Burzan, the exact na
ture of which will no doubt come out
at the trial. Prlja placed Burzan un
der arrest, and it was then he shot
the man. The prosecution will claim
the shooting was not justified. The
other side will claim self-defense.
County Attorney Jackson and
Chief IRotering are conducting the
case for the state. Attorneys Ed
O'Flynn and Joe Griffin appeared for
This forenoon four witnesses were
called for the state all Serbians. The
evidence from these four would
make the case look very bad for Of
ficer Prlja, were it not that the tes
timony was so contradictory; that is
the evidence of each one was very
materially different from the evi
dence of the others.
All of it, however, sccmed to agree
to a considerable extent in one par
ticular-it was unanimous in show
ing brutality on the part of Prlja.
Prlja, of course, claims something
of a frameup against him on the part
of the Serbian countrymen of the
tman who was shot.
Those who testified this morning
denied a feeling of uinfriendlinetes
toward Prlja, although two of them
admitted to having been arrested at
one time or another by the officer,
one for hlaving beaten a countrynlas
over the head with a washboard and
the other for speeding.
One witness testified that he
watched , Prlja bring his ,prisoner,
Burzan, up from the Northern Pa
cific depot to the patrol box on Front
street, without any words, threats or
blows upon the part cf either; that
Prlja had hold of the arm of his man
with one hand and carried his gun in
the other; that Prlja opened the
door of the box with one hand, still
holding to Burzan with the other,
and phoned for the wagon. No words
were spoken by either, the witness
being only a few feet away and quitte
:lose enough to hear them had words
been spoken; that suddenly Prlja
threw both arms about Burzan.
grasping him closely, the gun in
I'rlja's hand pointed down and in
ward toward the lower part of Bur
san's body, from the back; that the
gun went off wounding Burzan.
Another witness said that he
watched Prlja bring Burzan up from
the depot to the patrol box on Front
street; that Prlja had no hand upon
his prisoner and that the prisoner
walked by the side of Prlja and that
Prlja had no gun in his hand, but he
kept his right hand continuously on
his pocket; that blood was stream
ing from the head of Iurzan down
his back; that Burzau called for
help several times, saying: "Help! 1
gotta killed!" That Burzan remon
strated with Prlja, saying: "You
have arrested me. You got the au
thority. What for you hit me over
the head? What for you break my
head?" That Prlja replied: "Shut
up, I'm not through with you yet."
That at the patrol box Prlja again
hit his prisoner over the he(ad and
then threw his arms about him and
inflicted a wound front the rear by
A third witness counirmcd the
statement that blood was -treaming
down the back of Burzan, and that
he called loudly for help, saying: "O
men hellp! Don't let this cuckloo hurt
me:" This witness also said th;at he
saw Prlja strike Burzan over thI
head once-only once-with a gun.
It is possible thile discrepancy in
thie testimony may be due to the
fact that the witnesses are excluded
from tile courtroonm, and cannot hear
each other testify.
REACHED WAR FRONT
After living in olive drab for
nearly a year an outfit of "cits" is a
relief, according to Private Frank
Dumont, who left for his home in
Lewistogn this morning after a visit
of several clays in Butte with his
sister, Mrs. Thomas Courtney, 2011
Johns avenue. While in Butte Pri
vate Dumont purchased an entire out
lit of citizen's clothing. He landed
in England last July as a member of
thb, expeditionary iorces and reached
,t, front lines in France two weeks
!.et.pie the signing of the armistice.
ON WAY TO ASYLUM;
PINCHED AS VAGRANT
Paul Letzen, a drug addict, stopped
over in Butte yesterday on his way
to Warm Springs, where he expects
to undergo treatment for the drug
habit. During his sojourn in Butte
he was espied by the eagle eye of
Detective Powell and was jailed as a
vagrant. In police court this morn
ing Judge Buckley dismissed the
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