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Rakes and other tools
you will need for Lawn
CoLton and Rubbzr, in any
!ength, with connections
Paints and Varnishes
The Home of GoodlHardware
Mechanics' Fine Tools
Plumbing and Electrical
Phone 956-221 E. Park
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9 No. .' 1 ona St.
T'IlH MINI:!:',' HOMEI
. ' lm b o a s l '] i l, ty o f 1ln1 (Il ~ .
I',r mlim rs ;Oild ,tlher. The b)5t
if t,',iything at greatly re'dul(ed
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iller( I. I I,'
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Poynter's Cash Store
18M51 BAARIO30N AVE .
Wholesale to Consumer,
PIONEI 0584-R. t"
Do you realize that by buying
your supplies each day in small 1
qu untities that your day's pay 1
goes little more than half as far
as it would it you bought the t
whole week's supply at onie
time? Call up Poynter's
6534-R, and order your week's
100 lb. granulated sugar (beet)
at ................... .......... $10.90
100 lb. granulated sugar
(cune) at ............. $11.........$l.00
17 bars White laundry soap
Carnation milk, 48 tall cans,
Sego milk, 48 tall cans, $1t.23
Ilebe, 48 tall cans........... _$5.50
One dozen large cans Utah to
uin 1 oet .- - --................... ' $2.00
S()or dozen No. 2 cans Iowa
corn .............................. $1.80)
20! har:; laundry soap .....$..$1.00
Strictly Fresh Ranch Eggs,
tldozen -- ...--.......................... -15c
10 lbs. Cane Granulated Sugar
(with $10 order) ............-$1.00
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
We Serve the Best on the Market
at Popular Prices.
69 E. 1.1llul ST.
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BAK E RY
The Finest in Butte
MAX VITT, Proprietor.
205 W. Park-15 8. Main
PHLJA'S KIDNEYS FAIL
TO SFRING JAIL DOORS
Plea of Convicted Police
man for Release Under
Bond Is Spurned By the
Desplite deter(mi'ed efforts h.
friends of Sergt. Pl'ilip Prlja, ith 111,
litilman1 who is in 1tlif 01ou y jail
peLndling the outicoIlte 0o' his lpca;l
from the >'nto0nce of 18 mont. h fh t
three year,. for shootling a prisonerI
he hod arrested. District Judge Lynucil
pl [si1steull rl isels to be s1wayeg 171
the "piull" of i'rlji's friends "o th(
extent of s-elling aside the law d11141
rehuasin" tier nhlan under bond. T'll'h
jud-1e., fIll4o\er. heldl ip ithe conlinit
(ient for one w(eek in order Io give
Prlja-ites a chalnce to prepare' their
iplers and11 for the offhicer to settle
lia; bsin.nss affairs.
'he R iniqlue 1)1(ia that Prlja is sutf
fering tonin liihduel Iroubl4 I)rought
on tii riding i iotoreyile in the per'
toinlale of his duie=, Hwas udianced.
nttenmIc was piassed last Thurs
day, and on nlext Thursday, unles,
steps now being taken by 1rlja's
friends ar, suclessful ithe erstwhli ile
oppilll Tr lii t egiin serving his s i11nten '
ail I( r liod ige.
EAitES TO PARADE ON
COMING MEMORIAL DAY
Local Aerie Decides to Pay
Tribute to Its Hundred
Members Who Died Dur
ing War by Participation.
Minhers ofl the F1raternal l Order of
i:agiles last nligliht voted unanimoull sly
to tuilrn out l ill strelnglth in lie I)eco
r;l1ioll day.t exercises. Acti(on was talk
;ln after it communiection from tLlt
joinl (e1111nittee i chlarge of the ar
'angemlols for Memorial day olser,
adls lhiad iben read. It was stated
that tlh local aerie of Eagles has
morlile thani 1))) gold stars in their
,t l, ice flag. Oech reproesentling one 01
the inlemb rs who gave his 1if'l, for
hi:; c ont lirv.
The innual'a Menemorial day of the
l)dl,,' will )be ohIcrtel4d May 25, when
\erl'eisol; will bhe Ih l itn tilh high
,scholiol iaulditoriui. E. 11. Sullivan
has ihbeen pl aci t d inll chalrge of ll ar'
range m.tns for the program, but has
n lit IS yet sel te.('dI (h oratoli r of tl1
Nl I D OF 1 ilPP-SINS
(1 ly I'nited Press.)
.Manila, I'. l1.. May 1:t.---T1ie Philip
;ilnlll should t eoli e ot('1( l of ts('i
world's groltesl sllgil prodtlucing dis
it l. r 1 ale, ll ting to W illiaim 11i. ilat
:liia of t n l ralncisco, Iti alnagiin g dii
r11el4r of Ithe Westert.n lRefining co15il
p y. e110 said tihl PhIilippines offer
one of the most promising sugar pro
d tllion fields in lthe world.
Iti i'tlgati ton i h crying iineed of the
Ilhilil'pilles, declared A"I'. Ila iiain.
lie ltul' nted the f 1ct thiat with all
tibe tolls of w;l)(,l' ilnnling to waste
every yearI, no irrigation has been'
established. D)eeper plowing and
inure systeml tic c1 ultivationll will
hdouili h tihe lpresent (ropi , t (, said.
Mr. Hlannam predictled that with
lh i present feverish activity in sugar
groving, it will not be long until trac
Itors are' ilntroduc''tl into lh( pIrodle
lion of lhe 'ilne. )During 1915. Ie
fore the shilppling situati.n hbecalme
,iOte, lho Philippines exported to
lthe 'i ited States .(2iS42.i96 pounds
of sllug r. 'T'his wais lhe biggest ex
pIort of sugar in the history of the is
Ilnds. Ili 191 , tih 'sXport to the
I'tnited States was 17:1,100,941
ARIY AND NAVY"
TOOK MANY STUDENTS
( ,y I'United Press.)
Aiisoul. May 13. -- - Statistics
which have haeli prepared at the
I'niversity of lMontana show thatl. the
ily ;11(1and navy drew ,heavily llupon
the educaliolnal insitutiu nio .
When war w\as declaredl in April.
S1917, 315 limen students were enrolled
aIt the university. ()One h ndllllr d alnd 11
ninety -folll of h 111111 joinedll the (colors.
O(if thile rIllinllle several are men of
1wil ture yeo r; with ll ilie, and
iimany othercls \ lere physically uniit for I
('O N('EI :'I PIO'LS S4U('('I'ESS.
Under the dirrtion iof I)e Loss
Snmith, d1t.nll of the school of music
:t the .ta:te university, thei HUtt e
IMuusical club lst nighlt scored a suc
cess at its initial concert. The of
ifair was held in the highl school audi
olriuo ni; l1d wasil well piatronll iZtdl tby
a large ga;thering of muii!sic lovers
who were wll repaid for their ilt
A N[EW WRINKLE
The Sanitary alfked Bread com
plany at 117 Eust Park streelt nmakes:
a:li in.tlresting winldow display of the
a1tkinlag process. The big glass oven,
iii which tlie loaves of dough revolve
an.d slowly bake is heaited by gas, al
thouigh the oven is rotated by elck
All ihe dough is mixed on thi
iItalles in plain view of the puibli'.
liolls and bread are the sole products
of this up-to-date, cleanly little bak
cry. The lbest lard obtainable and
the biest flour is used. C. R. Young.
fo(rmerly a salestman with the Mon
tana. Power company, is the manager.
Don't forget Electelclans'
KNIGHTS OF COLUMB US
OPEN CONVENTION TODAY
Hundreds of Delegates from
Various Sections of State
In Attendance.. To Close
W'ith their attendance at h it
m.ass it. Sacred I eart chiurcth l!i
morning, Knights of Columbus to the
number of many hundreds fr(n I et
ery part of the state begn ttheir
fil't'nt hi anniual co!veontion. A\s
scnlbling in the Knights of Colulmb,tillt
tuilding onl VWest Pl'ark stlrest, . !t
o'ctlockl, the Knights mar'itii'd in a
bIody to tihe churchi, whr,1e setrvices
were conducted by the I(ut'. Father
Joyce, assisted by other priestIs of the
diocese. The sertmon was deli\vered
by the IRt. 1Rev. JI. P. Carroll of Ilel
enal, bishop of this diocese.
Following the olscervance of mnass,
the knights gatihered in their council
chamber for thei iniiial Ibusiness of
their contvention. Rlegullatr blusinesss
of the order was con(lductedl this aft
This evening at 8 o'clock a sociall
session will be held wi th John J.
O'Neill, past state dleputiy, presiding.
A numliber of ;iits lfroli local the
ators hliav tieotn ellngrged inI adn ll;lab
orate luncheton will tie served late in
thie eveni lg.
Tomtorrow wx'ill he dlevot ied to full'
ther transactions of irottine tbusiness,
includinig the election of new oll'ieers
iand the s!election of next year's ieIl
ing pliace. Tomorrow night the con
venttion will close with a grand ball
to which all knights and tir Inheir ladies
hIave been invitetd.
ilarry L. lHanson, slate deputly, is
.presiding officer at the convention to
(Continuled F'roml Page One.)
tremoittance of thie iatouinlt of such
Judge Critmes stated that pending
orters fromli some higher trlitblnal
he would continulle lo assess fines
against such violators and filled
O'F'lynn $10. The attorney gave no
tice of appeal.
The city's athllority for the ar
rest of antoists without license nuitln
hers, stated the court, is based on
or ders receivedl froml Secretarl'y of
Slate Stewart. Attorney O'Flynn
cuinuttledil t hit. Siewart lis nie atl
tlority cithelr to mllake lawvs or' to
JOB FOR EVERYONE
IN STIATE OF OREGON
( fy trnitit IPress.)
P'ortl:nd, O, i., MIay 13. -Anyolle
who really wants to Vworlk in Oregon
Ialn finld it job. aicoirding to the
Portlandl ol'fice' of Ihe I'nitet States
Ac:.wriding to figures which were
ainouituced today by thie local eml
ploylll~ent hllre:la, lthere are onlly 335
imen out of emplllli'oyment ill the state.
anldl there is work for every ono! of
tllhemn if they arei no ltoo particularlt
as to the kind.
tulletills which t\have bieen receive\d
at the Portla.ndi office, giving tllh
latest sumiuiary on l:llabo condtiliouls
iii otther states, show nIaoti with less
etllploylmen' t Ithan iOregfon. ('o
necrticut htas a labor su' i)trptlus of
201,000, lltffalo, N. Y.. S,500 and
Youngstown, ()., 1:i1100. Other
astern states iand cities reort siir
pluss varying widely ill nulm'ubers.
KIDS BY THOUSANDS
PLAY AT GABOENS
Ohihir' n t' the e ty by 11'' thou
satld jourt'neyedl toiday (to Columblt ia
larde'ns,. wtheur( ec''t'ises in cot
ielmorlt lioni of Arbor day were heltd,.
Although iO formial priograml of
sports wat. ' 't rr' i'.id,. di'rectors wvere
on batd tio dIIrct lthe gainles and play
of Itlo ci';ti'clre'. coneirt lt iy 1il
Montatiti8 ,ilte htiind was rtitnd'tired at
the gardetlls Ithis aflernoon.
IHOF "I"It'AL' I N,. ID..! NT.
(Sptii'i'l Iuillct PL.'Cesis 'ire.)
X\l'thtii ,,"itit, .\lay 13.---Treasutry
officials hiclive ivetrssllbsc'riptiton l to
tho V\iliiv ioant will total $1.1t0ill,
0 ,1)0 0 0 . N o fig u res. dl urtin'' .
shlowing Ithe surplus are availall',
A najorily of the voters ill I:l"
Ilulle and McQueen additions liha
presented a petition to the boal'd u,
coIuit y ollttnlisionerl's d(emallllllin :
that a sewer project for their belle
fit bh established at an estimated
cost of $ IS,000. The project had
been agitated previous to the war,
but whlen hostilities occulrred, was
abandoned until recently.
('111)4 FU'NERIIA HELD).
IBenjamin F. Cross, G2, died yes
terday aftter a brief illness at his
home. 2213 Oak street. Funeral
services were held this a fternoon at
12: 20 o'clock. Interiiient x*as made
tat Divide. Ite. is survived by his
widow and three stepchildren, all
residlents of Ilutte.
C 'OU1T rOi. : - -ANITO-IS I.AISEID.
Janitors in the employ of the coun
ty at the cou urthouse were yesterday
placed on a union scale of wages.
I'ndler the new lplan the janitors will
work only six days a week and will
receive ,1201 per' month, instead of
$125 as in the past.
'lThere will be a regular meetinug
of the Metal Mine Workers of
America on Tuesday, May 13, at ,
p. m1., at 101 South Idaho street.
I Business of importance.
FRED G. CVOUGH,
Washington Market 18 W. Park
SCentral Market 323 N. Main.
HARRY THOMIPSON, Manager Phone 062
- Fancy Steer Beef COFFEES
I BEEF STEW, per ( The wholesale price is ad
SlIb................. I U vancing daily. Our prices
SBEEF SHOULDER 71 remain the same.
u BOIL, Ib. '2" Hlls Bros.' Red Can
o FAMILY STEAK, 25c 1-Ilb can..... . 50c I
Ib lb............. -- M. J. B., 3-lb. $135
PORK Schillings, 2y2. $1.15
H UL E lb. tins ..................
* SHOULDER ROAST 30c o t 44r
......oU__. 3lb oolden Gate, 2y- $1,15
PORK STEAK, Ib tins............
Ib...............c White House, 1-lb. 5
. FANCY LEAF LARD 35C tan . c
Ib................. - Montana Maid, 1-Ab. Aln
Stin .............-....-...... .
I LARD Libby's Dill Pickles, 25C
No. Pure Leaf Lard 35C 3-lb. tins................
pail ... 35c Farm House Sour Pickles,
N p. 2 Pure Leaf Lard 7 quart - ars, special - 75c
Spail 70r jar ..$
SNo. 3 Pure Leaf 105 Strictly Fresh Eggs, 85
Lard, pail ............ dozen-...........
* NoL, pa Pure Leaf $3.40
E Beef Dripping Lard15c Butter
lb. ...- .......e.......b.r...
BACON, whole strip 45c Newcastle fancy en.
lb............-......... .. Creamery Butte, lb.
Ground Bone, 7 lbs. 25c
: for ............ 25c W e are still giving to our
customers the lowest
FRESH CRABS, 35c prices in town on canned
a each .......... .......... U. fruits and vegetables.
..lE.ElltE.'E.M.IIEEE1' I.11EEIt EIREmlEllEl HMMEEIIEIII
SOLDIERS TO 00 HONOR
TO NURSE FROM ABROAI
Woman Who Served With
Red Cross in France Dies
in Butte. Expressed Wish
for Military Escort.
F.ollo(wing aV t ol't-expressed wish,
a militarry esllor wNill accompany the
remains of Miss Maude McGlynn, a
Red C(ross nlurse who saw I, I months'
service over\'selas ;nd who died here
yesterday, to the Miilwauee depot
this evenling, when the body is pilaced
aboard a train 'or forwarding to On
tario for buri:al.
Miss AleGlynt came to Whitehall
frol I)etroit a month ago to visit hi r
brother, ,Sylvester McGlynn. A few
days ago sliI' Camle to lut11e anIdC
while a guest at the ionime of her
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. David
Manley, at I.ake Avoca, became sud
denly ill and died. Funeral ser\v
ices were held this morning at St.
DOCTOR WAS JAILED;
NOW WANTS $25,100
Dr. New onl F. Sproule is suing
Mrs. A. .Anderson for $25,100, as
dt lll gs (to his reputation and self
reslpect. b :'i.useii she iibrouiight aboutl
his arresl thlroulg false c'llll'ges.
He alleges that he was three houlrs
in jail hol're he was released on
'|It'h clrlge agait nztl Siproule wlas
distuiti:I: lr. 11 was de'sIlissed Iat the
hearling lbefolre Police Magistrate 1).
J. (tiiiiits, May 12.
DAN IIA.1l11IN(,'l'ON 114 I)IF.D).
1)n 11 . IlH l'rington, ;S, died early
yesterdaly t his h1ml'l, 4 5 West
'\loolman stret': |. He was ai native
of ('ork, Ib land. Ill adlit!ion to his
widow, he is, survlived by three chil
l Idren, Joseph, eveU rdll'l 11(d Ilrette:
three rli'thers, Florry and John of
lIttO 1lal Timothy of lIostlon, and
Iwo silel. Mlary and Maggio, in
ItheI a.i Iltelllieli high lmass will be
I'ol oiii' tolmorrow mlorning at
:;I is. II at St. Mlary's church.
Don't forget Electricians'
New Line Ladies' and
17 W. Park.
S. , 1.. Green Trading Sta-mp.s.
M'CARTHY, BRYANT& CO.
317 319 E. Park. Phone 1011.
5 lis. 1. J. B., Hills Bros. and
\\Whit. ouse coffee today....$2.23
5-1hb can strawberry Jam - t... 1.30
9, lbs. lrex flour ..........$6.23
9' lbs. Lyons' Best flour....$7.23
No. , boxes soda crackers .. 750
2i hI:rs laundry soap--------- $1.00
IlIt hboxes soda crackers....$1.25
Hlilf itxes mixed cookies .-$1.c'
, lr h eggs, dozen..... ............. .c
2 lbs. I lanchard or lMaid o'Clo ver
Iihu.. r ~ . ......... . $1.25
JOHN J. M'CARTHY,
RIiCHA'D IS DISIGRE[ABLE,
HFLEN WANTS DIVORCE
Helen Angove is suing Richaifd
Angove for divorce. She states that
they were married less than two
years ago, but that he is no longer
John Metz has been granted a de
cree of divorce front May \larjori~
America and Ireland.
A )IL.EMMIA FOR ENG:LAND).
Commenting on the action of tlik
United States congress in requestitng
the American delegates to the pea.,
conference to raise the case of Ir -
aInd when the question of self-dt:
termination under the league of ni.
tions is reached, the Irish correspot
dent of the Manchester Guardidn
says: "Those who are skeptical as to
the delegates obeying the mandate
should not be too sure. President
Wilson has hitherto preserved an at
titude of complete reserve, but good
judges say that it will be impossible
for him to ignore this action of con
gress. It has been promoted not by
Ihe pro-German factions in the Unit
ed States, but by those sections of
the Irish-American people and their
allies who threw themselves most
whole-heartedly into the work of the
"The Irish-American officers and
men are so much in sympathy that a
regulation has now been adopted put
ting Ireland 'out of bounds' for
American soldiers on leave. Several
Irish-born American soldiers at the
front have been refused permission
to visit their homes. The state of
feeling that produces regulations of
this kind m:ust find some other rem
cily if tIhe peace of the future is to
have its proper foundation in Anglo
American understanding and friend
"I hear," adds the correspondent,
"that the demobilized officers and
soldiers of the Irish divisions and
regiments -- the remnants of 'the
Iree-will offering of a free nation'-
are taking steps to organize them
selves and demand the fulfillment of
the contract which their (lead com
Mr. Thomas tForan, president, I.
T. & G. W. U., has forwarded to the
secretary of the Dublin Farmers' as
sociation a statement of rates anl
conditions of employment agreed to
by a meeting of agricultural laborers'
delegates for the period May, 1919,
to May, 1920, as the basis of an
agreement with the County Dublin
(1) 50s per week for able-bodied
m.en. Boys doing men's work to get
men's rate. Minimum wage for boys
tarn ý, ."IVC'. :tltlltttt \il Wage [or Uoys
16 to 18, 35s. (2) Overtime to be
paid at time and a half. (3) Work
ing hours to be 49 per week. f4)
Sunday work--Mlen, Is 6d per haur,
with minimum of 4 s 6 d. Boys, 1s
per hour, with minimum of 3s. (5)
Harvest bonus of £4. (6) Workers
boarded and lodged to receive 30s per
week, with Sunday rates as in Clause
4. (7) Carters to market to receive
minimum of 2s 6d traveling charges,
and 2s porterage when driving hay
and straw on orders. (8) Carters
with grain to receive 2s Gd traveling
charges and id per barrel. (9) Mien
driving cattle to market to receive
10s traveling charges, work to cease
when cattle are sold. (10) Thresh
ing rates for casuals, 12s per day of
eight hours. ltaycaaking and har
vesting, minimum, £3 per week of 4)
hours. (1 1I \Womnen not to handle
and take i)art in driving horses, or to
pitch lha;'. corn, or straw to carters.
(12) No borrowing of men 'hen
casuals are available. (13) No
broken time for wet weather. (14)
Existing arrangements as to Catholic
holidays tc, hold good.
PLAN O CELtEBRIIAIE
SICN1N_ Of TREATY
Mayor Appoints Committee
to Prepare Plans for
Butte's Observance of
Determined to take time by the
forelock in the matter of a celebra
tion of the final signing of the peace
treaty, Mayor Stodden has named a
special committee to which he has
ihstructed the arrangements foi
Butto's observance of the anticipated
event. The committee, which will
immediately meet to formulate plans,
is as follows:
C. R. Leonard, Charles J. Kelly, -
Dr. R. C. Monohan, John Barber,
Harry Gallwey, John Wulf, Fred Mc
Queeney, Joe Roberts, Sam Treloar,
Joe Vilk, Peter Bonino, Joe Mudro,
Garfield Tonkin, T. J. Bennetts, Mike
Sheehan, E. J. Rinkel, John Corette,
Merle Davis, Dr. C. A. Kennedy and
Mrs..R. H. Taylor, 1400 Missouri
avenue, who has been in Baltimore,
Md., since Feb. 12, for her health,
will arrive in Butte tomorrow morn
ing. On her homeward journey Mrs.
Taylor stopped off at St. Joseph, Mo.,
where she visited for two weeks with
James Kirkpatrick, C. H-I. Brown,
H. Jones and B. Metcalf were Dillon
business men who were attending to
business matters in town yesterday.
$100 reward will be paid to any
one proving we do not put in the
nest mainspring for $1. Mayer, 87
North Main street.-Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bllsborouglh
and Mrs. M. Smock were in yesterday
from Wisdom and remained over last
M. J. McCabe was down from the
Flathead yesterday on a short busi
Dull, lifeless eyes, colorless lips,
sallow, yellow cheeks give a girl lit
tle chance for a "man" these days.
Don't lose heart, just take Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea. Helps to make
you attractive and fair. Don't delay,
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Buddle of Deer
Lodge were over yesterday from the
Deer Lodge valley.
William B. Coburn was among the
arrivals yesterday, registering from
Frank Eliel was up yesterday from
Dillon on a short visit.
You feel different the minute you
take it---a gentle, soothing warmth
fills the system. It's a pleasure to
take Hollister's Rocky Mountain tea.
Helps to purify the blood, drives out
the germs of winter, gets you hus
tling, bustling, full of life and en
ergy. 35c, tea or tablets.--Adv.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. James Kear
ney, 49 East Woolman street, May
10, a son.
A. L. Wadell was over from Ana
conda last evening.
A. B. Brown was among the ar
rivals yesterday from Miles City.
L. C. Meier and Reinhold Klein
schmidt were in Butte yesterday from
11. C. Latham is in town from his
ranch at Jackson.
George Jibba is a returned soldier.
He makes his living by selling the
Army and Navy cigar. The Bulletin
is pleased to recommend this brand
and thus help one of the boys from
over there. Ask for the Army and
Navy brand the next time you buy a
S. J. Maroneck is a business vis
itor from East Helena.
J. L. Joseph of Livingston was
among the arrivals in the city yes
J. D. Miller of Armstead is a guest
Otto M. Scheids is an arrival from
R. F. Nay of Bannock is in Butte.
CITY AND COUNTY RECOROS
George Treninna (30) and Pearl
Craddock (25), Butte.
IN DISTRICT COURT.
New Suits Filed-Anna Burr vs.
George Burr, divorce; Mary Gilmore
vs. Samuel J. Ervin, damages.
Divorces (i'anted - Rachel May
Shea vs. John Thomas Shea; John
R. Metz vs. May Marjorie Metz.
E. S. Shields, grand larceny.
Sheriff's certificate of sale-B. L.
Clark, administrator estate of
Charles Hartwell, deceased. et al. to
Jacob Opp, south 8 feet, lot 4, and
north 22 feet lot 5. block 1, Boule
vard addition; $036.15.
Ben E. Zimmerman et ux. to Wil
liam B. Hanson et ux., lot 17 and
south half of lot 18, block 2, Engle
wood addition: $1.
Louis Frank to E. B. Gronberg,
portion surface Ella lode; $1.
Daly Addition dompany to Anna
Woster, lot 6 and west half of lot
7, block 15, Daly addition; $1.
John Hodge to Mary J. Hodge,
west half lots g and 9, block 2, north
for Less on
Easiest of Terms
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Expert Watch Repairing
Watch Cleaning, $1.80
Mainsprings - -$1.00
Both Guaranteed for One
People's Theater Bldg.
40 E. PARK ST.
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17 8. Main St.
Tables for ladies
Light and clean
WE CATER TO THE
Clean, Airy Rooms in Cor
Sam and Jhp" 'k nbel
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Nerve, Blood and Skin Diseases.
Dr. W. H*, gavIad
Rooms 2, 8 atMi i are
71 W. Park Sti, 'bu..,.nt.
Office hours, 10 a. m. to 8 p. m.
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Genuine Old Time
Lager Beer Extract
PER CAN, 41.50, FREE
An unequaled preparation to
make sparkling, healthful,
good old Lager Beer at hoime.
Easy to make. No cooking.
Ready to drink in 11 days.
Try it now. Get your supply
for the warm weather. Can
contains net 8 oz.
Pure extract (free of alcohol)
of finest malt and hops for
seven gallons of beer.
7O0 S. Montana St.
Phone 0576J. - Butte, Mont.
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We are fully prepared
to your entire satisfaction
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to prove this statement.
The only jewelry store in
Butte that gives S. & H.
Green Trading Stamps.
73 E. PARK ST.
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George D. Toole, former city
attorney has resumed the gen
eral practice of law, with of
fices at 401-2 Daly Bank Bldg.,