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Notice of Sale of "eal Estate at
In the district court of thq Second
Judicial distriet of the state of
Montana, in alid for the cotinty of
In the matter of the estate of Mich
.a-el McGuii-e, deceased.
Under authority of, an order of
sale granted by the above entitled
court in the abdve entitled estate, on
the ).4th day of April, 1919, the un
dersigned will sell at private sale all
the right, title and interest of the
said Michael McGuire, deceased, al
the time of his death, and all th<
right, title and interest that said
*estate has by operatlbn of law., or
otherwise, acquired, other thti and
in addition tgo, that of said Michael
MIcGuire, deceased, in and to the fol'
lowing described real estate situated
in Silver Dow county, Montana, to
iLots numbered twenty-six (26);
twenty-seven (27), twenty-eight
(28) and twenty-nine (29), iJ block
thirty-nine (39), of the Daly addi
tion to the city of Butte, according.
to the official plat and strvey there
of on file. in the 'office, of the clerk
and recorder of Silver Bow county;
Montana. . Which . said property
stands on. the records of Silver Bow
county, Moitana, .in the name of
Mike McGt.ire,: whose full niaineo was
and is, Mi'chael McGulre, the. above
That said .sale wivll bh on or afteit
the 14th 4ay of. :May, )919, at 2
o'clock p. I:.f said 'day: .Any* offeri
or bids fo said. property'must .be in
writing anid Will;. bp irceitved atth5e
office of Ganning & FiGeaga~p, room
55 8, Phoenix buildlng," West Park
street. Butte,' Molt. .Terms of sale
are cash on confirmation of 'sale by
the above entitled eoirt *...
Dated this 29th i"4y of April, 191I.
JAMES F. 'd'BRIEN,
Administrator of the estate of
lvMichae.i .McGuTre, 'deceased.
(Last publidatioib May. 13.,, 1919.)
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"LESSONS OF THE
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"WHAT IS A PEACE
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PRICE 5 CENTS
ON SALE AT THE BULLETIN OFFICE
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-) Yes, Mr. Smart was needlessly alarmed- -
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Says "Ole" Hansen. Should
Start Cemeteries Instead
of Conferences. Would
Rule By Rod of Iron.
Topeka, Kans., May 2.-In a Vic
tory loan address before the Topeka
chamber of commerce, Mayor Ole
Hanson of Seattle denounced the
policy phrsued by the government
towards anarchism and the I. W. W.
as a "skim milk, weak, vacillating
and changeable" one and pronounced
a warning of a "widespread, national
effort to overthrow the 'government
and society by violence."
He declared the goveinment was
"on the wrong track in starting con
ferences instead of cemeteries in
dealing with the I. W. W. and in
singing of brotherly love and turn
ing loose these enemies of society."
As the revealed bomb plot in
which he was one of the intended
victims, the mayor said:
"I trust Washington will buck up
and clean up and either hang or in
carcerate for life all the anarchists
in the country. If the government
doesn't clean up I will. I'll give up
my mayorship and start through the
country. We will hold meetings and
hav'e hanging places."
He declared he believed the I. W.
WV. was at the bottom 'of the late
"The conspiracy to overthrow the
government is widespread. It per
meates every state in the union,"
lie continued. "These men must be
ruled by a rod of iron; kindness
means weakness to them."
Concerning the pending I. W. W.
convention, Mayor Hanson said:
"'Any mayor that will permit an
I. W. 'W. meeting in his city should
be recalled and banished from
America. He is not an American."
SAFETY SMOKER SUCCESS.
. Members of the Safety and First
Aid society were royally entertained
last night at a smoker and athletic
exhibition at the Army and Navy
Y. M. C. A. A program of music
and athletics and an address by
John L. Boardman, mine safety ex
pert, featured the event.
Capital Has Heaviest Mail.
The report of the postmaster of
Washington shows that his city post
oflice did more business during the
fiscal year ended June 30, 1918, thian
all the post offices in any one of 20
states of the Union. The receipts for
the year were more than $3,000,000,
and the states that prodiced a smaller
amount of postal revenue were Art
zona, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida,
Idaho, Maine, Mississippi, Montana,
New Hamllpshlre, New Mexico, Nevada,
North Dakota, Oregon, Rhode Island,
South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah,
Vermont, West Virginia and Wyoming.
The total receipts were an increase of
over 53 per cent over the previous fis
cal year.--Utica Press.
PILJA'S. FATE GOES IN
HANDS OF JURY TODAY
Policeman Becomes Anger
ed at Questions of County
Attorney. Is Disarmed in
With all the evidence in, in ;truc
tions to the jury decideld upo and
the closing arguments by attorneys
in progress, indications late today
were that the fate of Officer Philip
Prlja, charged with first degree as
sault for the shooting of Mike Bur
zan near the udion depot last year.
would be vested with the jury today.
During the trial yesterday, it de
veloped on cross examination by
County Attorney Jackson that Offi
cer Prlja was armed. On demand of
Deputy County Attorney Rotering.
Prlja was forced to turn his gun over
to his attorney despite his protests.
A number of witnesses were called
by the state, two of whom were phy
sicians v ho testified to having found
two bad wounds on IBurzan's head,
where he had evidently been struck
by blows from Prlja's gun, in ad(di
tion to two bullet wounds in hi:; legs.
Prlja became angered at tilhe ques
tion of the county attorney yester-1
day afternoon and in response to the
question, iWhy (lid you not ma.k,
Burzan throw up his hands and take
the gun away from himl?" Prlja an
swered with asperity, "You want to
mlake a good case of Illurde:' for
yourself, I suppose." The answer
was ordered stricl, en from the rec
ords by Judge Lynch.
The burden of the state's effori.:
at the trial apparcrntly was to lrovi
that Prlja's treatment of the prison
er was unnecessarily brutal and un
:alled for, while Prlja attempted Pi
!1rove that his shooting of the pri:.
oner was done in self defense.
WOMEN VOTE NOIT
TO SELL CLUB HOUSE
At a special meeting of the Wom
an's club held Wednesday afternoon,.
called to consider the plan of salling
the club house, the vote against the
plan was overwhelming. The menm
ber: will support the board of trus
tees in making all repairs and im
provements necessary to m1sake the
club house one of the most desirable
meeting places of the city.
3ubscribe to The Daily
Mlc(euinn-The funeral of Martin
McGuinn will take place at the fall
ily residence, 851 North Main street,
Saturday morning at 9 o'clock,. pro
ceeding to St. L.awrence church,
where mass will be celebrated at
9:30 o'clock. Interment in Holy
SHERMAN & REED
UNDEItTAKERS and EMBALMERS
Automobile apd Carriage Equipment
Rroadway and .:Arzona. Phone 57
O'Irien--Martin O'Brien died yev:
terday at Salt Lake city, Utah, aged
38 years. Mrs. Mary O'Brien, 511
West Copper street, this city, is a
sister-in-law. The remains will be
brought to this city for interment.
Funeral announcement will be made
DANIELB & BILBOA
Undertakers and Embalmers
t25 East Park St., Butts, Phone 888
Residence Phone 4817-W.
Auto and Carriage Equipment
Mcrae---William John, 17 months
old, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs.
John F. McRae, died this morning.
Funeral will take place Sunday aft
ernoon at 2 o'clock, at the family res
idence, 1132 West Woolman. Inter
ment ih Mount Moriah cemetery.
Reliable UndeWt.kiei U mbsLme.
8m NorthabMti Street
Pho e 770,
MASS MEETING IS
HELD IN SPOKANE
(Special to the Bulletin.)
Spokane, May 2.- A large mnas
me1eting was held hI re on a vacant
lot in celebration of International
Gatewood. Reid and other,; spoke
to an (enthusiastic alldienet.
It was announced at the meeting
that the strike of lumbler workers at
Fortine was meeting with great suc
coss and that a picket line had been
established that was thoroughly of
WILL BE REDUCED TO
ARMY OF OCCUPATION
(Special United Press VWire.)
Paris, May 2.-American ecpedi
iounarys forces will be reduced solely
to an army of occupationl along the
Rhine as rapidly as possible, it is an
nounced. 'three hundred thlollusand
Americans will be sent home durin
May and a like number in .lune. Afl
er July 1 the use of French ports will
be abandoned and ? merican controll
ed railroads lrturntled to France. An(.
wcelo then will becoime the Amlerican
ITALIANS LAND TROOPS
AND WAR MATERIALS
(Special United P'ress s ire.)
L.ondon. May ,,2.-- -A Spalato dis
, ltch, dated Apzril 2'), rc!poits that
Italtian forces and war tmaterials have
landed at SeatR and Sehenico. ''roops
are said to I)e lmarching to those cit
ies. Serara is on the Dalmation coast
and Sebenico is,: 5 1 iles southeast of
ILondon, May 2.-Admiral Kol
chak's army is driving the bolshe
vikis to the southwest of Sterlita
mak. They have advanced 90 miles.
according to Omnsk dispatches dated
What You Are.
Never lose sight of the fact that
what you do hs :1 close, viltal connlec
tlin with what ynu aire. Y)u cannolllt
do your lost withon)t growing holtter.
You ta innn(t give c'onscieontiouil, paiiins
lltaking atentionII to the most triviald task
without having more reason to respect
youlrself. And, on the other hand,
careless work, grudging work, work
that is scritmped or Flighted, means a
corresponding loss of fineness.-Girl's
Because It Is Familiar.
If we had to travel a long distance
to see the starry night sky, how we
should envy the ipople who had iimon
ey for the trip! The world Is full of
beauty on which we look with indif
ferent eyes just because it is familiar.
Look about you as if you were seeing
things for the first time and you will
be astonished to discover how much
beauty you can see, without even tak.
tg ga street car.--Girl's Companion.
Edward's Best Thought.
Little Edwvard disliked to attend
sch il, so one morning he thought he
would play off sick.
"What is the natter with you, Ed
ward?" asked his emther. Not know
ing a whole vocabulary of ailments to
select from, on the spur of the moment
he replied: "Why, my teeth itch."
Why cry over
Ink is muc,.
• harder to get out
of the carpet.
. NDT TO BE
She - What
mnde you count
yo;r change so
~ ,u came out of
t e grocers?
s yin g that
*"honesty Is the
- be; policy."
(Contlinueld From I ' O ng («,e w0.
ing. "we will go ouit oil : third pi rio
of general strike for Iive lay! lo a]
:al'Oct begilnn gil Nov. 19. annlli\ "" ',:
of Moonvy commullatiion, land hi i
affeet Nox. 19, 20, 21, 22 and 2:.
Following h1w third period, if :,i a
ty and BItillings ar k, still in .i. il. N\
will join a general strike for an i
definite period at a givecn late(."
COPS THINK WRONG:
lll:s; MI 1ortIIo ali Thlo)I.aS BIrl\\lo l,
arres1t d by I) tectivcs Mlorrissey and1(
\\Vhit(e yesterday afternoon alt the
Ocean bar on cha11,rges of ga1mbling,
were d1ismli(scd in police court this
nlorning by Acting Police Judge
lBuckley. 'TI'he testimonoy showed
that the: men were not gambnlling
when arrested, b)t that the arrest
ing offi fl's thought. they were
getting realiy to do so.
Bulletin .loosters should patronize
Rulletin advert.it era.
Sve cnt ,ANo Ad Less
A Word Than 15
In AdvanceSSIFIE D Cents.
L irtr Cns
MALE HELP WANTED
MAN to plow a ,iimall piece of
groundtl. IPhllone 01-11.
WANTED --Ambitious men to pre
pare for promotion. Apply In
ternational Correspondence School,
basenent. No. 1 West Broadway.
ARE YOU SICK OR CRIi'PLED)?
A few treatIments of CHIIROPRAC
TIC will relieve you. At any ratle
give it a trial. Quit drugs. Avoid
the olperatlion. See Flora .V. Emery,
Room 9, Silver Bow block.
RETUIRNEDI) SOLD.IlEIS wishing t,
advertise for work can use the
want ad columns of the Daily Bui
letin free of charge. Do not i,
backward in taking advantage of thi
offer, we are glad to be of seerv'ie C,
GOOD restaurant girl
range, w , i',. on01 .,''Al t.. .... : :
lunch buckets. MuI:t ~1' ; ble ti ; I
and w rite I tEnglish . c:ox.; b et:;e, S',di
betw*o' l , u11 d 1 I ' . a.
cafe, N) . AtiZ'It -
LAI)Y wanted tI ,t 1, l . ^ in
ladies' taill rin g. , - 4
HIGIHEST PRICE paid for "'d ,c.1.
ing, shoes,, hats, I l dl .,, 1, .s
MItS. MAY STO)CKb of Three Forks
has takken charge of the loom int'
house at 3;iS East Broadway. All
her rooms ,arl' clean an!i well fu1
nished; rent itl0asonal le.
SHIERMAN 1house, unll'1r new malln
aglllellnt; liI:1urkeel)illl roolms 11111
furnished ai'11l'; al,1 four-n'oo li
cottage; $15. 1117 \V. Quartz.
NICEL.Y frilt iitit rooms, reaso-1nable
rates,; oInlta(lly located; qluilt
place. 1 12 C. Blroadway.
WOOl.1O(i\\ hotel, 212 S. Arizona st.:
monldtirn rooms ait rI' Iuced rateIs.
Under I: , nl rnagoln (10.
NICE, .h an. l ).,run rooms-, Ila.n d
block, . 1t '1'. ;alway, unld'r
WANTED---,!; ti to dripe auto stage
line for fi'tiint Ilarti,'s; one pro
ferred vwho 'will t.a:e a half interet::
in the line. T'ed os.a, 73 W. Park.
TWO NICE, clean, large, pleasagt
furnished housekeeping rooms;
convenient; stunny; close in. 507
TWO NEWLY furnished housekeep
ing roomsl. hot and cold water and
bath. 32; South Idaho.
2 FUTRNISHIED housekeeping rooms
with bath. 5101, W. Galena.
NICE CLEAN housekeeping rooms.
10 North Wash.ington.
3 NICE hou:.-,l:k -''ling roolms; bath
and Icleplholln, 111 W. Quartz.
4-ROOM modern house. Inquire
1125 E. Second st. Phone 3231-W.1
REPORT NO T IUE,
SAY THE OFFICIALS
(Special Unitel i PreTss Wire.)
London, dlay 2.--The report pub
lislhl in a Louindon newspaper that
te hetlsalevikis ha:td captured Shoen
iciursk and decapitated 64 Amilerica;t
prl'isollners wiith axes, is declared un
; a;, t the lh ritit h w- ar office and
S'EXTI' T IN; (UT .a(L.IN.
Dort Siequist. Fred Grielnart, Roy
PaIce, l'ancy Htopkins., Aiia Grego
vich and Agnels Wat(son were caivort
inl;l about the streets of the city at
the unllisuIal hiou of 3 o'clock this
mtorninig, according to the testimony
of the po!ice officer, who arrested
Ihie sexltl on charges (if distuirbance
of Ithe piatce. All were dismissed
by Judge Hlucklthy in police court.
Bulletin Want Ads Get
Results. Phone 52.
POR 1lENT--Large hall, suitable for
clubs, pool, daiice or meeting place.
Over People's Loan Office, 28 /2 East
Plark. Inquire within.
I1'O.It-ROOM modern biungtalow, lot
and one half, all fenced; $2,3110,
terml;,. 2923 Philipps st.
VAl)NIS hock, 27 V. (Qa rt; firi
COlii l,.l.a to nloit ;t rt,'O,-nahl c
11l, 'll ro;mai furnished lim1s(. 412 \V
C( h'nu. lh'y at 410.
2 -iOfl'-;. :,l;KE i Ný'G1 room:: for ren,.
1 t ',. Uoipcr.
I PO-l XII 9 hungalow, one
:r of igrouniil; chieol nl pe)ns: o01t
bhuil iti g; ;1arage1 ; 'lose to 1 ni linll
and lIchool:; 1 1r Ilnl:(' AvoCal. , 1,11)''.
':' ruIs. Address ' 1'," crirel'llIelltiu.
120-ACI' ranch. 8 miles from
loutle; all feice!d; 20 acre:; brokle;
good barn aind (liclikel house; will
sell (1 )u1p or eXcilani)g' for (city 1))prop
lrty. Phone 391)1-WV. 2SIS l'arragul.
LOT 4;1:, 100, corner ('rystlal and 1lat-
innlllll streets; finishel('d bl:'llsement
for li(o .oa 2Gx41); lllllln'l' ('llenouglh on
grollId to rough) in; look it o1)r;
7-fO())OM house on two lots; a bar
1pn. Apply owner, 1945 S. Wy
~ninfig st. Phone 5403-J.
2 it.:'Z TURE FOR SALE
ALl IKNI)S Qf furniturn for h,:1o;
miu::t be sold this mUt0 h; )o rea
holable offer Inf.used. .119 W. (Ga
IF' INI'TI'I-RE and1111 ranges for sale.
City Furniture Exchange. 206 E.
O) boys! ('oe(, see ime I)efore
you 11ly or rent; 1u(011st Sell this:
week. Going an iv. -lighet bidder
gets two lot., six room) house. Som011
furnII itiurie, light, w aterl garden. 1131
I:NT1RIE S'TOCK, 1ons.5istilg of choicl
canlldi", cigars, cig:!tre(te, toh:c.
o(s lutld guIUs, atl I l) per cllt (dis
count on actual cost. Call 1.23 S.
\Vyooming. 'hone' 1 I (n-- .
VICTOR and Columbia0, also Ediron
(ylinder rcol1rd.; half price, or I .
challnged for a di neI. :29 0 , .
FOUR ROOMS of goo(l furniture in
l)modern hous1e, close ill; could rent
oult one or two rooms; a bargainl.
519 W. ]Broadway.
JEWELRY and second-hand cloth
ing for sale at Uncle Sam's Loan
Offic6, 11 S. Wyoming street.
1 tlDIVING; M,\AIl with or without
harnessi:, .ara ; I,! btlu gy. 9081 Gal
DAIRY FOR SALE-- 1. cntrally
lonatod. Snap. Phone .57.11-W.
4 OR 5 1)ROOM1 furnished house.
Phone 57,o)-lt. 1021 Faueett st.
4-1OO.11 furnlisletd house: modern.
519 WV. Blroad:wly. Inqluire 513 PW.
Pianos Tuned and Repaired
GI'ON, 1600 S. Clarl Ave. 6585-J.
BOULET BOOZE AND
Jludge Dwyer has ordered all the
liquor as \vell as the fixtures found
in tlhe ioulet roadhouse and con
fiscated by Officer Jack Melit
January 21, destroyed. The hearing
in the cuase lasted all day yesterday
with the above reslt. Booze an(
fixitursl' Iotlher are e tiimated ti
hIavo a value of about $1,000.
(I'Ti.l'E ('l:ll ELE('TS.
David II. Wittenberg was elected
tiresid ent, .. L. Ilatu iilton, vice-presi
dent; A. 31. iRiley, treasurer, and
Philip S. ius h, s~retary, at the an
n11;Il meeting of ielll)ers of the
[,ibral ('alture club list night. Re
port': of the retliring officers were
read and accepted and general plans
ifor ile year dlisii::secd.
TWO iARE INEi).
Nero 'Itotenwlorel created a dis
turlll;.:nc last. month for which hlie
was fined $10 in police court this
morninig. Saveta Meletich,'who also
was charged with distultrbance, was
fined $10, but had his fine sus
3-110011 furnished cottage. 1125
|VOl plowing. gard'en soil and ma
nu .r phoe; ,:112-J. 2'00 Hlarri
('AUI'PEUN .Elt wort, by theo day or
joib. lobbin n 1,.,, Tlly. l'hone
IVTE THOUSAND WORKEIRS
wanuled to buy $5 worth of stock
in The Bulletin Publishing Co.
MONEY TO rLOAN
:MON]EY LOANED on diamonds,
watches, jewelry and Liberty bonds
at a reasonalle rate of interest. The
Old Reliable. I. Simon, 21 N. 1Main.
MONEY I,OANED at 3 ,er cent. Dia
monds, jewelry, Liberty bonds.
M Lse Linz, opstairs leweler.
CLEANERS AND DYERS
'4MlRICAN Dyeing & Cleaning Wks.
1341 HIarrison ave. Phone 131.
HAVE your children's hair cut at
E. J. Swaidner's barber shop,
133%/ W. Broadway.
le patriotic, smonke Army and
Navy brand cigars. For sale at
Hemstitching and Braiding
BRAIDING, hemstitching and ticot
ing. 101 Pennsylvania block. M.
Decorations and Painting
PAINTING, paperhanging, kalsoniin
ing. Miller's, 423 Colorado sticet.
T1 Y IT.
Our chili always the best in the city.
PONY CHILI CAFE.
,S i E. Park St.
THAT OLD IIAT. Get it reblocked
and cleaned to look like new.
Both ladies' and gents' hats renovat
ed. Fifteen years' experience as a
hat maker. The Nifty Hat Shop,
86%1, E. Park st.
RUDOLPH TRANSFER CO. Phone
2711 or 2749.
1914 BDUICt, delivery body; self
startier. lighting svstem; in fine
condition. You should see this car.
Smith lMachine shop, 4101 S. WVyom
LIBERTY SIX; five passenger, 1918
model: almost new, cheap. Ad
dress I, Bulletin office.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.