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Notice of Sale of Real Estate at
In the district court of the Second
Judicial dist'riet' of the state of
Montana, in and for the county of
In the matter of the estate of Mich
ael McGuire, deceased.
Under authority of an order of
sale granted, by the, above entitled
court in the above entitled estate, on
the 24th day of .April, 1919, the un
dersigned will sell at private sale all
the right, title and interest of the
said Michael McGuire, deceased, at
the time of his death, and all the
right, title and interest- that said
estate has by operation of law or
otherwise, acquired, other than and
in addition to, that of said Michael
McGuire, deceased, in and to the fol
lowing described real estate situated
in Silver Bow county, Montana, to
Lots numbered twenty-six (26),
twenty-seven (27), twenty-eight
(28) and twenty-nine (29), in block
thirty-nine. (39), of the Daly addi
tion to the city of Butte, according
to the official plat and survey 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, Montana, in the name of
Mike McGuire, whose full name was
and is, Michael' McGuire, the above
That said sale will b: on or after
the 14th day of May, 1919, at 2
o'clock p. m. of said day. Any offers
or bids for said property must be in
writing and will be received at the
office of Canning & Geagan, room
558, Phoenix building, West Park
street, Butte, Mont. Terms of sale
"are cash on confirmation of sale by
the above entitled court.
Dated this 29th day of April, 1919.
JAMES F. O'BRIEN,
Administrator of the estate of
Michael, MCGuire, deceased.
(Last publication May 13, 1919.)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Edward Hasley, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned administrator of the estate
of Edward Hasley, deceased, to the
creditors of and all persons having
claims against the said deceased, to
exhibit them, with the necessary
vouchers, within four months after
the first publication of this ngtice, to
the said administrator at the office
of Kerr Beadle, room 516, Phoeni.
block, Butte, Mont., the same being
the place for the transaction of the
business of said estate, in the coun
ty of Silver Bow, state of Montana.
Administrator of the estate of
Edward Hasley, deceased.
Dated Butte, Mont., this 1st day of
(First publication May 5, 1919.)
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speech. Probably the best way to
treat that speech is the wa.y adopted
by the Kind Words club.a."
Dr. E. J. Brown: "Ma or Han
son's speech at Topeka, Kans.. is
characteristic of him. It shows him
in his true light, expressing what is
actually in his mind. When I ap
pealed to him for justice for the peo
ple falsely quarantined in Seattle a
year ago and said our city govern
ment should be demoeratie because
we were then fighting for democracy,
he looked at me and said:
"'My administration is not a dem
ocratic administration: it is an auto
"Politically, economically and men
tally, Mr. Hanson is a rattlebox. He
acts like a man who is 'a)1 snowed
up.' Our mayor is trying to ape
Theodore Roosevelt and doesn't know
how to do it."
Councilman Oliver T. Erickson:
"Mayor Hanson is preaching pure
anarchy. If we are going to adopt
his methods in this country civil
government is at an end."
Councilman T. H. Bolton: "Mayor
Hanson is the greatest detriment Se
attle ever had. It will take a great
deal of time and much repudiation
upon the part of the press to put the
people of the United States in pos
session of the true facts cncerning
Seattle and the people of this city."
City Councilman Robert Hesketh:
"Hanson lives on publicity. Leave
him alone. Our space iS too val
Prosecuting Attorney Fred C.
Brown admitted that Hanson's talk
sounded like anarchy, btrt stated
that he did not think it would be
uroper for him to express an opin
ion on what the mayor is re~iorted to
have said. He considered it was up
to the Kansas authorities to act if the
Seattle mayor had advocated any un
GRANGE PASSiiS RESOJ.UTION.
A strong resolution against Han
son serving furthet' as a Victory loan
speaker.,.was telegraphed. to Carter
Glass. 'eretary of the trtasury at
Washington, D. C. The message
"To the Secretary of the Treasury,
the Honorable Carter, Glass,
"Washington, D. C.
"White river Grange No. 238. lo
cated in King county, Washington, in
regular session assembled, passed
the following resolution:
"We protest against Ole Hanson,
mayor of Seattle, serving as a speak
er for the Victory loan by reason of
his advocacy of direct ac ion, mob
violence and his criticism and de
nunciation of the United States gov
ernment in his speech 1efore the
Chamber of Commerce at Topeka,
"ROSE NELSON, Secretary."
It is understood that the hysteri
cal and fanatical speeches of the
mayor, declared to be for the purpose
of drawing the attention of the na
tion to himself as a political Moses.
backed by the corporation press, in
behalf of an open shop campaign. has
aroused real patriots and that more
petitions to Mr. Glass will be for
warded shortly by various organiza
(Special United Press Wire.)
Oakland, May 5.-The University
of Washington oarsmen won the var
sity pull here Saturday, finishing one
foot ahead of the California team.
Stanford was a poor thirl.
DOES THE MAN LIKE TO
JUMP LIKE A DOc FORI
HIS FOOD, SHElTERl
AND CLOTHING ? NO.
BUT TIHE GUY PULLING
THE STRINGS TELLS
HIM IT DEVELOPS HTS
B-IAIN AND HIS MOWr
ALS. CAN YOU BEAT IT?
--"1HI IN IINTtT-5AY5---
IT ISN'T THE TOWN-IT'S YOU
"If you want to live in the kind of a
Like the kind of a town you like,
You needn't slip your clothes in a
And start on a long, long hike.
You'll only find what you left behind,
For there's nothing that's really
It's a knock at yourself when you
knock your town;
It isn't the town-It's you.
Real towns are not made by men afraid
Lest somebody else gets ahead,
When everyone works and nobody
You can raise a town from the dead.
And If while you make your personal
Your neighbors can make one, too;
Your town will be what you want to
It isn't the town-It's you.u
- TrIN= IN INTNtUNT--AY--
I. w. A
Mahoney-The funeral of Jeremni
ah, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Dan Mahoney, 113 West La Platte
street, was held this afternoon at
Daniels & Bilboa's funeral chapel.
Interment in St. Patrick's cemetery.
O'Brien-The funeral of Martin
O'Brien, who died in Salt Lake city,
Utah, will take place tomorrow
(Tuesday) morning, at th6 residence
of his sister-in-law, Mrs. O'Brien, 311
West Copper street at 9 o'clock, pro
ceeding to St. Patrick's church,
where mass will be celebrated at
9:30 o'clock. Interiuent in Holy
DANIELS & BILBOA
Undertakers and Embalmers
t15 East Park St., Butte. Phone 888
Residence Phoeo 4817-W.
Anto and Carriage Equipment
CARD OF THANKS.
We take this means of thanking
our many friends and neighbors for
their kindness and sympathy shown
us during the sickness and after the
death of our beloved son and grand
son, William John McRae. We also
wish to thank all those who sent the
beautiful floral offerings.
MR. AND MRS. J. F. M'RAE,
MR. AND MRS. A. M'DOUGALL,
WILLIAM J. HOCKING.
Reliable Undertaker and Embalmer
888 North tM.i S.eet
Use Bulletin want 'aO. They get
(Continued from page one.)
initiative and referend.luII amlend
ment to the constitution of the Unit
-edl Slates, to be submittIed tIllo gllI
"Upon the subminssiO o lltl he .'
retary of state at ~aV.tslhington of :
pIetitionl signed by 5}(11.11111 voters
praying for a proposed allllmedltell.nt
or law, it shall be mnldulalIlry ulpol
hi11 to subnilit such prolposed.t l lnll(1
illelt or law at the next gieneral elec
lion, and, upon the presenttalion of o
lie shall submit such pIroposed
niltll dnlellt or law aIL it s n cial (lec(
lion wilthin 60 days.
liha Planlls F'ortled.
Whel the president calls 1 a sp
cin1' session of congress, 1 ,propl1ose t1.
have such a il mesure introll(ducd an1(I
will remain at 'Washinlgtn Iand 'h)it
tonlhile' e\very membltt:er of (the house(
and senatee for immllediate arlion
Should they not act within twc
weeks' tilme, I will issule 1 (call I(
those who are ill favor of tills alIenld
enllOilt to assemble at111 Waslinggtoll
within 35 days' timjn. Ih(,re to cam11)p
until congress puts the mleasllle
through. After congress adopts it.
we will ll]make the sn1 n delmanld upllon
the various state legislatures.
"If the womanllt suffrage advocatres,
with 501 women having ctampfire.,
about the W\Vite iiouse, can (co111
within one vote of getting the suf
frage ellendltellnt through, what will
e the e ffect of two or tlhre hlundredl11
thousand determll ined 1usiness, pro
fessional and working l n)ll,. with
thousanllds of soldiers andi sailors,
who ftel their rights a11nd liberties
have bheen violated by the adoption
of the prohibition amendllenl. witlh
out ltheir hiavilng a voice ill it' 1 adop
"The prohibition amlenldmenlt has
arloused the indignation of mIillions
of people who are opposed to it, but
who have m1ade no effort to plrevent
its adoplion. The people nosw realize
that one of their liberties is gone.
Anti.l'vohiliit lo, Tloo.
"After thle initiative and referen
dutnl amendmnent ticomes part of the
constitution, we can offer, througlh
petition, an anti-prohibition amend-
ment or other amendmhtents or laws
and submit theni to the vote of the
people at a general or special eler
tion. Then, for ithe first time in the
history of this government, we wrill
have a true democracy----a voice of
Coxey explains that the non-in
terest bearing bonds will provide
funds to give imtmetdiate work to tIhe
millions of soldiers, sailors and in
dustrial workers who are being
thrown out of work bIecaluse of the
chaotic conditions of world indus
"The governmenl," Coxey ex
plains, "should allow the various
communities to issue non-interest
bearing bonds, these bonds to be de
posited with the government, at
which time the government will issue
legal tender money at the face value
of these bonds deducting therefrom I
per cent to pay for engraving, print
ing, and distributing. The communi
ties shall be required to return to
the government 4 per cent of the
money annually, but without' inter
est. Under this plan all states, coun
ties, townships, municipalities,
towns and villages can give employ
ment to all unemployed."
I'ottr Million n Army.
Coxey has issued a call to all la
bor unions to delegate 10 per cent
of their membershtip of nearly
4,000,000 for the urmy that will
mnarch to Washingtonl in support of
these measures. .\ call also has
been issued to all organizations or
business men and n, orkers who are
interested in defeatinit national pro
hibition to take part in the "petition
in boots." Soldiers :lnd sailors are
being organized by t'oxey and his
lieutenants to mnake :locial demands
for the enactment of non-interest
bearing bond legislatiin, so immedi
ate employment may he given to the
men who are being demobilized.
HALF,1' MILIO.1 A DAY.
(Special United lress Wire.)
Washington, May .i America will
have to subscribe a tilf a million a
day if the minimum Victory quota is
secured by May 10. it is stated.
(Special l'niteld I'rss Wire.)
Rome, May 5. Th- Paris corre
spondent of The Mesi,.sero wired his
paper today that the allies have
promised til(h Italianl ai solution of
Italy's territorial qgletions...
Why should I
vote for you?
You've had no
don't know the
first duty of an
C Can didate -
You wrong me,
sir. The first
duty of an alder
man Is to get
busy with his
plans for re
1st Fish: You
2nd Fish: No,
drum fish kept
Yrr TWO OF A
0 I've got a
Mine has quit
Subscribe to The Daily
One Cent rNo Ad Less.
In A Word EU Th e n 15
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IVALE HELP WANTED
GOOD coa:t malrer or salltll job lula
or. Pluty of w.ork. Good prices. H.
II. Schneider. Whitefish, lMont.
WANTED-- Ambitious men to pre
pare for promotion. Apply In
ternational Correspondence School,
basement, No. 1 West Broadlway.
ARE YOU SICK OR CRIPPLED.'
A few treatments of CIIIIROPRAC
TIC will relieve you. At any ratel
give it a trial. Quit drugs. Avoid
the operation. See Flora W\. lIE..u .
Room 9, Silver Bow block.
RETURNED SOLDILtHS walr,,nig t,
advertise for work can ,n 'tv
want ad columns of the Daily Ilin
letin free of charge. io nat bt,
backward in taking advantage of thl:
offer, we are glad to be of service to
GOOD1) restaurant it irl , work ot
range, wail, on utato ;:.
lunch buckets. Mu:- s Is h :;,. e .. a;
and write lnglish. (;oed i ll . '
between 8 and 11 . r.. Shaltroil:
cafe, 9 N. Ariz/o ::.
HIGHEST PRICE paid for .,ld cloth
ing, shoes, hats, trunks, tools.
MRS. MAY SlTO'CK of Three Forkl
has takenl (harg of the rooming
house at :.t 8 East Brroadway. All
her Iroains alre 1 iea' n andl well fiur
dished; rent r.asontl)ble.
NICELY fulrii;hed roolns, roasonablh
rates: ,ilntrl ly located; quit'l
place. 11 2 H. lroadway.
WOOlIlO\Vi hltel', 212 S Arizona st.;
motli n I'ionri( s iits r l luced rates.
Under ntfew m i(anagemil(int.
$12 PE'l MON NTI! :td ( i . Singl.
roOtlrds $6. i,4oi1! (:zchantllged for la
tor. 619 IIt: ;t'. .
TWO NICE, clean, largo, pleasant
furnished housekeeping rooms;
convenient; sunny; close in. 507
TWO NEWLY fuarnished housekeep
ing roonls, hIrt and cold water and
bath. 326 South Idaho.
NICE CLEAN housekeeping rooms.
10 North Washington.
4-ROOM modern house. Inquire
1125 E. Second ct. Phone 2231-W.
Pianos Tuned and Repaired
GUYON. 600 S. Clark Ave. 65854
Bulletin Want Ads Get
Results. Phone 52.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
TWINS. If" rpj v1i1 ANY
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NISS. l\ICI)O\' ITIC 'YIO"VN~
4-l1OOM brih house, 11!t 5. (Irant.
I'NFIPiNI~ ilI ) flat; lhre., ronnL i:at
modems:, range: sttu ds; linuleuml .
191 I. Pltti i t t. In itire. 21,
\W . il tr. Itho (e -1970-,.
Olt RENT-Large hal-- l, suitable for
Clubs, pool, (junce or meoting piace.
Over People's Loan Ollice, 28 z East
Park. Inqluire within.
F'OtUR-R.()(OM modern bungalow, lot
and one half, all fenlced; $2,300,
tort . 2923 Plhiliplps at.
1-1009) 1 c;itn furnislhed. At 605 8.
5-i O1( )1 house, with l /".ge clothes
closet andll cellar, il shed aindl
large -ltitd for gairag'; glight itndil ta
1er. 1522 Claytoin .t e., \Valklerville,
or \. 5., care tu lthin.
120-A'lIE ranchil, I8 miles fromi
liini) ; all fenctd1; 2. tnroi brotke;
got( 111 b n and hian ci:tlj:itti ifor ; will
,ill cheapi or exhlit'igo Tor ciity Iprop
erty. PIhoine :n19ll4-\V. 2818 Enlrragult.
1-lit)1M1 house on two lots; a bar
galn. Apply owner, 1945 S. Wy
tmine at. l'hoit( 5403-J.
FURNITURE FOR SALE
I, U1INITUItRE and ranges for s.al.
City Furniture Exchange. 206 l.
SElCOND IIANI) hit iavy lumbtr); iron
beani s 28 ftt loug. 610 1il t at.1e.
A T'lAM of 'anivy tlrivitng hoirsts.
sired lby AlI rttI n t ooy Inqluite
217 W. Silver. PIliin 4970i-J.
FIUll. ROOMS of goodl fiurnituiltre in
miodlerln housel , (clise I11; coul l m.lll
ilut oneo or I wo rooims; a bargain.
519 \V. BIroadway.
4 ACRES ofi lntlii, 5-raoot housel ,
barns atnd chi.kel hOuit'stii. Fiii
tiiiiUtest walk from car lint. Intliri
It !)15 ttela;wa ri.
JE\VELRY and second-hland cloth
ing for sale at Uncle Sanl's Loan
Office, 11 S. Wyoming street.
.A 0001) II'NCIll of ralblils of dii
ftrent kinds at rln.souiulil, price'l.
2146 S. WVyoming.
D)AIIItY FOR SAIEI--A1, centrally
located. Snap. Phonte .7t1-TWV.
4-1OOM1 furnishted hulsli:; modern.
519 WV. lroiadtway. Inqtuire 51 W.
7-ROOM mioderlin htouse, brl ht, sun
ny roolms.: cheapi r';it to reliable
parties. ('all after t::to a. ut., 536 ;
W . Sil'tr .
TIIAT o01.) IlAT. Get it reblocked
and cleaned to look like new.
Both ladies' and gents',t-..air reoyat
ed. Fifteen years' experience as a
hat maker. The Nifty Hat Shop,
861;. E. Park st.
(('nl inujed fron, Page Two.)
and Tlrkis.h peace delegates. .The
Freish of'icials examiind housingh
faciliti.; of t he S. Cloud and Hoi le
liPe holi.s withli the idea of. eistfih
lislhing huaduiarIters for thanil there.
larie, .lay v 5. lPresident Wilson,
IJyd (leor-ge and Clemenceaui
vi,.ilt Td ' )>rain ;n Il this afternoon
i) ilnsp ct th: ani i ienll nts heint
made fior thle signll; of the p.llcei
Phone 52 If You Want to
Rent That Furnished House
Ir--- Son writes
hIs offered him
the chair of Eu
ro ., an history,
) . Hcr Husband
S(. --Pro y one o'
4 .th e m castoff
P te win t be
to paly much for
:--.t l i , ishb d < ttage. 1125
('A I'!NT'1'hRII wi k, by |he d<ay or
Job. J)obbinig a ;p.oo lity. Plhone
FIV Ii THOUSAND WORKERS
wanted to buy $5 worth of stocl
In The Bulletin Publishing Co.
MONEY TO r OAN
MONEY ILOANIED on diamonrds,
watches. jewelry and Liberty bonds
at a reaonllable rate of interest. The
Old Reliable. 1. Simon, 21 N. Main.
MONEY LOANED at 3 per cent. Dla
mondls, Jewelry, Liberty bonds.
Mose Linz, upstairs jeweler.
CLEANERS AND DYERS
AMERICAN Dyeing & Cleaning Wks.
1341 Harrison ave. Phone 131.
.5Il'S called for and de(livered.
\Vork]' guarantel d. ('lu. raites $2
perii' iotil Ii ". ie its a rial. Leslie"',
22 '. Quartz st.
HAVE your children's hair cut at
E. J. Swaidner's barber shop,
133', W. Broadway.
tlo piatriotic, slmoke Army and
Navy brand cigars. For sale at
Hemstitching and Braiding
13 IAIDING, hemratitching and glcot
ing. 101 Pennsylvania block. M.
Decorations and Painting
PAINTING, papierhanging, kalsomin
ing. Miller's, 123 Colorado slheet.
T IY l T.
Our chili always the best in the city.
PiNY CIIll.i CAFE.
S:1% E. Ptark .it.
RUDOLPH TRIIANSI'3R CO. Phone
2711 or 2749.
1l- 11 1 Ii i'K, delivery body; self
starhter. li:hti . s''ll iu; in cf eo
conditii. .t slihollh s,' this ca;r.
S.itih .Ma hine hopl, -lii 8. Wyonm
LIBIElI'Y SIX; five piasseger, 1918
lodel: allmost new, cheap. Ad
dress I. -ulhel et office.
SAY YOU SAW' IT IN tUULLEIN,