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I_ l best Iuainl that yoV
can It y: I we vant i I soi[
y , I the I .I I int made.
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to You Is
Who Made the Paint?
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YOur afegMotto is the
- iiIn e anlt re lutltaliion of'
the ia , ker the i rale
PaWilliams Co.w Glass
I over 53 years ll."
kIlimv1, ill over the w rlbl,
i altl you 'an aunk ,n its
klip vin,: holv I,, lmake i
lmint thal will \\ear. he
c<ause it (I'<lltaills the le-s
al umbing and liseed ctril.
is to give 1buyers their
mn1ey's worthl in every
( a'tli'le i 'urehased here.
The Home of Good Hardware
Mechanics' Fine Tools
Plumbing and Electrical
Phone 956-221 E. Park
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETINi
Poynter's Cash Store
1854 IARRISON AVE.
Wholesale to Consumer. S
Io you realize that by buying tc
your supplies each day in small a;
quantities that your day's pay S
goes little more than half as far p
as it would it you bought the si
Whole week's supply at one
time? Call up Poynter's N
_Wholesale-to-Consumer, Phone 1
6534-R, and'order your week's
10 lbs. granulated sugar (with
$10 order) .............. $1.00
.00 lbs. cane sugar........$11.0()0
,8 lbs. Montana's best hard
wheat flour ......................$6.50
49 lbs. Montana's best hard
wheat flour .....................$3.35
34 lbs. Montana's best hard
Wheat flour ........... ... ....$1.75
5 lbs. M. J. B. coffee ........$2.23
1 lb. School Boy peanut but
er .................................. 0c
Pbhree packages Lux Washing
Corn flakes, per pkg......lOc
Shelled walnuts or almonds,
per lb. .......................... ........85c
22 large bars brown laundry
soap ............................. $1.00
Creamery butter, per lb.....60c
WESTERN CASH MEAT
2410 Harvard Ave.
has opened up for business. We
handle but the best of everything
and can please the most particu
lar. Prices as low as elsewhere.
Give us a trial order and you will
Nerve, Blood and Skin Diseases.
Dr. W. H. Haviland
Rooms 2, 8 and 4, Baltimore
71 W. Park St., Butte, Mont.
Office hours, 10 a. nm. to 8 p. m.
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t Your r nances Will Not Permit You to Help Maintain In ndependent New spapen' in
Any Other Way,You Can Help by Making Your Purchases of Dtiy Bulletin Adversers
CAME ENDS LIFEK
WITH BULLET i
Well-Known Real Estate
Dealer Shoots Self in Fit
of Despondency. Body Is
Found in Clothes Closet.
Despondent, it is believed, over
the death of hi:; wife to whom he was
greatly attached, John B. Caiie, a
well-known local real estate and in
surance man, committed suicide
sometime Sunday night or early yes
terday morning, by shooting himself
through the head with a high power
rifle. Came's dead body was found i%
lying on a pile of suitcases in a
clothes closet in his room, 419 West
Galena street yesterday.
Mir. Came spent Saturday at hi: tnl
office and apparently had given none
of his friends or acquaintances any
hint as to his intention to take his
life. Hie was absent from his room
all day Sunday, but is thought to
have returned late at night without
the attention of the other occupants
of the house being attracted.
Caine presumably loaded his rifle
with one shell from a full box and
then, standing facing the closet, to
hayve put the muzzle in his mouth 51
and fired. Death is believed to have
lte is survived by one brother.
Mark I. Came; a sister, Mrs. Charles
S. Passiiore of Butte, and another
sister, Mrs. Gail Fogg of York, Pa.
An inquest will probably be held
within the next few days. thi
GIRL ASKS O. CHANCE
TO THAYEL "STRAIGHT" f
Says Main Has No Right to or
Drag Woman Down When tr
She Desires and Tries to not
Do Right. cot
"Because a girl has fallen once. cda
it isn't right that a man should keep a
dragging her down," stated Maxine tl
D)avis in police court yesterday, cat
when telling of incidents that led upem
to her arrest with William Amerin
on charges of disturbing the peace. the
Miss Davis said she had formerly an
had improper relations with Amerin, agi
but had left hime with the intention
of "going straight." She said
Amerin had been spreading evil stor
icesabout herr and that Saturday she pla
went to his home to take him to 5a1s thl
for his allhgcd acts. It wa I, the
:hi :.aid. that he beat and choked her fat
and e'.jcItd hei' from" the1( i house. I
Ai\e'rinl was fine(d $10 l andli Mis:;,
Davis was fiined $35. mn
SUES FI $2,500 t
FOR WLELM SERWlVIES
James T. Fitzpatrick, a Butte an- l
torncy, is suing Nellie Eiiscnbauer,
as the administratrix of the John 11.
Saltes estate, for $2,500, which Fitz
patrick claims is due him for legal
He alleges in his complaint that
Nellie Eisenbauer employed him int G
1916, agreeing to pay whatever the
judgeo of the probate court might de
cide was a prolper fee; that the judge
afterward fixed the fee at $2,500,
which plaintiff contends is a reason
able one; but that the administratrix
has refused to pay him the amount.
The plaintiff in this action is rep- i
resented by Peter Breen, Joseph R. hi
Jackson, N. H. Itotering and J. A. N
Geagon and Canning are attot neys
for Nellie Eis;enbauer. 'Taking of 01
evidence is proceeding this aftr
EAGLES TO SELECT hi
SITE FOR NEW HOME 2
Miembers of the BIutte aerie of '
Eagles at a largely attended imeeting g
last night unanimously decided to h
select a site and erect a lodge hall 8
exclusively for the use of the Eagles. n
SA special committee comiprising A. t'
I . Cohenl, chairman; D)on B. Kin.ig.
secretary; Jerry Sullivan, E. A. Sut- a
ilivan, William Malloy, J.. E. McNal- a
ly, \V. H. Maloney, Jack Turner, t
James O'Flynn and Gus F"itchen,
was applointed to select the Site.
BIids have been asked from property
owners with sites suitable for a lodge
-hall to be presented to the secretary
by next Thursday noon.
LOOKING FOR WORK
HARDER THAN ARMY
Asserting that looking for work
was a harder job than being a sol
dier, Joseph Willing. who said he de
serted three weeks ago friom an arm.
post near Denver, yesterday pre
sented himself at police headquar
ters and asked that the army an
thorities be notified that he was will
iitfg and anxious to get back inti
service. As the result of Willing'i 1
action Chief of Detectives Ed Mor
rissey will fall into a reward of $5(
offered by army authorities for tht
return of all deserters.
Bulletin Want Ads Get
Results. Phone 52.
---itlNK IN INTEREST-SAVE
NEWPORT NEWS SHIPYARDS FROM AIR
LG . ll t\ ent g pior.aph of the shipyards at 'wport News, Va,
iken f'mi tn -i rl ii. The view shows Imn-y of the transports and supply
,bllp whi'h have carried men and munitions between this country and France.
SUVbIVOR SFECULATOH I
Sues for $22,000. Alleges 1
Criminal Negligency of at
Company Started Fire °
and Blocked Escape. 3a
The suit of John Wirta, one of th
the survivors of the Speculator mine vi
disaster of 1917, is in court today br
trying to collect $22,000 from the th
North Butte Mining company and se
from Norman Braley, superintendent
of the properly. ca
The complaint alleges that Wirta in
was confined for 40 hours in the
crosscut where lie was working be- h
cause the passage way to the High Oi
Ore mine had been blocked by con- fr
crete bulkheads. It further states
that the closing of the passage had
not been brought to the attention
of Wirta by his employers; that to
consequently Wirta was allowed to tii
work down in the mine, thinking a
certain way of escape in time of
danger was open, when, in fact, it be
had been closed. And Wirta claims b3
that by reason of the company':; 1
carelessness in not informing its or
employes of the closing of the pass- bi
age, lie was trapped in the mine at of
the time of the fire in the shaft. 1]
lnd suffered there such injuries and at
agonies that he has been ever since th
e physical wreck. ca
In fact, the contention of the
plaintiff is to the effect that not only et
the fire in the shaft. was due to care- le
lessness of the company, but also the nt
fatalities and humani suffering, re- a1
:lilting froum such a fire. It seems
to be a case which will decide how in
imlnly ways of egress a mine must aiS
maintain for its employes in ordier in
to itnsure a reasonable standard of or
Dan M. Kelly is attorney for Nor
man Braley and the North Butte. b
Mlackel & Tyvand arc representing
the plaintiff. di
FOR TEACHERS' EXAMS
Grade School Instructors
Required to Attend Quiz
By County Superintende
ent Next Week.
The chcl dles for teach.,rs-' exam
inations to he hell niext w tee'k havI
been annonlllced biy Sulperilntendent
Nellie Small. All 'rubjects; for pro- l
fessioinal certificates will Ib, given
Satuirday. .1 tn 7, whoetn examinations .
on school I::w :, rin-ipl"es of p.i.i hol t
ogy and educational Ipsyc.iclogy will
First ;grall:d questions on A lierican
literature and physeit;l g! ograplhy
will ibe on Friday, Jun' G, and on t
Saturday shot'l m. nagenientl an(' t
e(leitentllla"y l:'yc'bology will ibe given n
The :'r('cond gralde subjec't: will hi
give\' en 'Thurisdey end Friday, with ii
histior, ci \ics. gra'ullnlar. theory ton(
spelling on the first day and arit!,
mncti., geography, reading, agricull
ture and physiology on Friday.
The county superintendent will I.
assisted by 'Miss Margaret tlog,
and ' Min s I). Gobbons in conductin
AUDITORIUM GOES TO
ARMY AND NAVY MEN
At last Saturday night's meeting I
of the library board, it was decided
to withdraw the request for the use 1
of the upper floor of the library
building, recently vacated by' thfe
Red Cross. The library had wanted
to make use of the who), building
and it was at the instigation qf tlhe
board that the city council ordered
the upper floor vacated by the 11t"
But the army and navy men.
known now as the World War Veter
ans, asked for it and came to an
agreenment with new library board
which contains a majority of nw
memnbers, whereby the library's ap,
plication for the upper floor wa,
withdrawn in favor of the army antl
Bulletin Boosters should patronize
"SLIPPERY VULCH" A
There i: an entortain ment entire- be
ly out of the ordinary now going on oc
at the Holland rink, where the L. O. ca
O. M. No. 431 is staging a unique oil
frontier night dance and joy festival th
each night until Sunday, June 1. m1
This fun camp i:s called "Slippery th
Gulch," and is proving a fun maker $1
that causes visitors to repeat their
visit the following evening and tic
bring their friends, thereby letting Cl
them in on the "one best bet of t.e be
"Slippery Gulch" is a realistic or
camp that has been used by the mov- St
ing picture studlios in Hollywood. P'
Calif., and the Loyal Order of Moose
have gone to a great expense in se
caring this attraction, and, judging J1
from reports received from Portland.
Ore., where this attraction played
for 10 nights, in the municipal audi
torium, before coming to Butte, the
fun loving folks should have the
time of hecir lives.
',.,c enteriong Holland rink one ch
beholds a towr square, surrounded th
by various storeg, banks, alusement pa
places and a mammoth dance hall-- eo
one end of the town is devoted to a th
big gambling "joint," where millions to
of "bucks" are won and lost nightly. la
This feature is sure proving nighly BR
attractive to the ladies, for they are th
the best patrons of this part of the it
Every one upon purchasing a tick
et of admission is given the equiva
lent in "fun currency," and as it is Yi
not redeemable, one must spend it
as quickly as possible.
"Calamity Jane's dance hall comes
in for a goodly share of the patron
age, for Sielaff's orchestra is furnish
ing the jazziest of jazz music, and
one is almost forced to dance wheth
er one wishes to or not.
The floor of the Holland rink has
been put in shape so that the most
exacting will find it in excellent con- Ci
dition for tripping the light fantastic. of
On next Friday afternoon (Deco- w
ration (lay) at 3:30 o'clock the fun Ii
will start and run continuously until w
midnight. This will give many an J.
opportunity to visit the camp that m
otherwise might not have the time hb
during the eight nights. tl
CAPTURE OF PETROIRAOl
RY IHINKS REPORTED
(Specie',l 1 nierd I'ro i s \Vire.)
LonTon, Mily 27.--A Vihorg dis
patch reported that Chinese. Lett.
and Finnish troops hold Petrograd
having o\verthrotn the soviet gov
ernmenll t. A heavy bombardmlent
fromi the sea is reported. apparently
directed at Petrograd and l'ronstadL. ce
Made Sawdust Valuable. 4
Not Illlany yeari's ago the sawdust ti
that nccumulated each spring albout b
the local mills was - nuisallle to the
mill-owners. It wais in tlihe waiy, Somei
of it was dlmped ilto the strenlrs andl
lish were exterminatied, and some wars
-'irven awl\ y to anyone who would make p
ulse of it. And about the only use that
S'ulllld he made of the sawdust was that i
ri' packing for ice in the ice-houses. h
The explanisiou of dairy farming g
1alted for iuore ice, and more ice called f
ior more sawdust. The demand note- n
'i'd the mill-owners that the by-prod. t
niit o Itheir mills, which they had been
giving iaway and throwing away, had
a c'omnlkrclal value. Sawdust Is now$
sold by the load.
Nan-I cried like a baby during the
lbain-ir don't believe It. You would
have been put out if you had.-Judge. I
7 Alice seems
very liberal in
Yes, and very i
lavish of them.
. .IK IN INTEEST--SA\E--
' B." KR[MEI- AND
"ILR." OBWN, NOW
Loeal Politician, Red Cross
Head and. Printer. Pur- t
chase Business of Paxson n
& Rockefeller. r
J. Bruce Kremer, Raymond Ruble c
,nd Trevor Bowen, it was announced "
'esterday, have purchased the drug "
$id sundries businesses operated on d
forth Main and West Park streets r'
inde' the 'firm name of Paxson & n
lockefeller and in the future will
onduct the business. Trevor Dowen
vill act as general manager.
Announcement was made by Mr. h
tockefeller that he intends to dis- y
Bose of all his business interests and s'
,roperty in Butte and travel for a h
ime until he decides upon a new lo
ation for his business energies. S
CIVIL SE[ ri E EXAMS t
FOR CLERK AND CARRIER
The United States civil service 0:
ommission announces that an etam
nation will be held at Butte (Mont.)
'ostoffice for clerk and carrier, June h
8, -1919, to establish an eligible ;
egister from which selection may h
e made to fill vacancies as they may Si
ccur in the positions of clerk and i
arrier at the Butte (Mont.) post- ii
ffice. Age limits, 18 to 45 years on ji
he date of the examination. Both
pen and women will be admitted to
his examination. Entrance salary, T
1,000 per annum. G
.Application blanks and informa- w
ion may be obtained by applying to s1
Tharles F. Williams, local secretary,
oard of United States civil service W
xaminers, Butte (Mont.) postoffice, t`
,r to the secretary, Eleventh United
tates Civil Service district. 303
'ostoffice building, Seattle, Wash. h
IOHN 0. AND FRIEND
CONNY VISIT MISSOULA
Missoula, May 27.-John D. Ryan, F
hairman of the board of directors of
he Anaconda Copper Mining com
bany; President C. F. Kelly of the v
ompany and John Gillis, manager of ti
he Butte mines, made'a brief visit v
o this city yesterday and visited the A
arge lumber mill of the company at
lonner, which is being rebuilt after
he disastrous fire which destroyed F
t several months ago. Mr. Ryan -
ees a bright future for Western
lonta na. The party returned to
3utte late in the day and Mr. Ryan s
end Mr. Kelly will return to New a
fork in about a week.
TACOMA MAN CHARGED
WITH KILLING BANKERS t
Tacoma, Wash., May 27.-Albert
lonway, assistant district attorney
if New York, following a conference
with Acting Gov. Louis F. Hart, an- 2
nounced that in his estimation there (
will be little difficulty in extraditing t
I. B. Allan. wanted in New York for t
murder and robbing a Brooklyn I
bank. Mr. Conway is waiting for .
the extradition papers from Governor t
Smith of New York, and he expects $
to return to New York with Allan
in his custody. Allan still declares c
he had no hand in the Brooklyn c
PLUMBING SHOP IN
NAVY YARD ON FIRE
(Special United Press Wire.) I
Norfolk, Va., May 27.-Fire, ac- I
companied by many explosions, is t
raging in the plumbing shop of the
Norfolk navy yards. The shop is
400 feet from the water and navy
tugs are throwing streams on the
NEW HANK IN FALILS.
Great Falls, May 27.-Application
for a charter from the treasury de
partment for another national bank
in Great Falls, which, if granted,
will give the city its ninth banking
institution, lhas been made by James
11. IRyan, president of the First Mort
gage Loan company of this city, and
four associates whose names have
not been made public. The applica
tion is made in the name of the
Northern National bank of Great
Falls, with an authorized capital of
$100,000 and a provided surplus of
Charged with kidnaping his child
by his former wife, Antone Papich,
a local miner, was arrested yester
day and is being held by the local
police for action by the authorities
at Bozeman. Papich was divorced
by his wife two years ago, the
mother securing custody of the
child. Papich was granted per
mission to visit the child occasion
ally, but was ordered not to take it
away from its mother.
WI.LL STAND BY SCOUTS.
Members of the Rotary club have
pledged themselves and their organ
ization to stand behind the drive to i
raise $10,000 for the yearly budget I
of the Butte Boy Scouts. Announce- 1
ment of the fact was conveyed to a
meeting of the executive committee
of the Scouts held yesterday atter
noon at which Deputy National
Field Commipsioner Charles Miller
of San Francisco was present.
$100 reward will be paid to any
noe proving we do not put in the
est main spring for $1. Mayer, 37
orth Main street.-Adv.
Carl Smith, in charge Of the Mon
ana Power company's Jefferson val
ey station at Parrot, is visiting in
lutte and Tuesday announced the
eceipt of an extended furlough in
ffect until such time as he is dis
harged. Mr. Smith was gassed
vlille fighting with the U. S. marines
a France and for that reason his
ischarge has been delayed. He will
esume his duties the first of the
nonth at Pai'rot.
You have got to clean and clear
he bowels thoroughly to have good
enlth after months of indoor life;
ou would do so now if you could
ee them as you do your face or
ands. Hollister's Rocky Mountain
'ea cleans and clears as nothing else
Lieut. A. J. Lavelle, nephew of
ity Jailer Barney Lavelle, has re
urned to Butte after being dis
harged from the army. Lieut. La
elle was a member of the Seventy
eventh division for more than a
ear in France. He was in the
hateau Thierry drive and was later
n duty with general headquarters.
Keep the little ones healthy and
appy. Their tender, sensative or
ans require a cooling, healing.
armless remedy to prepare their
tomachs for summer's heat. Hol
ister's Rocky Mountain Tea is ro
[able and safe, thorough but not in
Funeral services will be held
'hursday for the late Richard J.
Gallivan, well-known mine carpenter S
rho died Sunday night following a -
troke of paralysis at his home, 605
Vest Galena street. The funeral
rill be directed by Daly-Shea, under
Keep the little ones healthy and
[appy. Their tender, sensitive or
ans require a cooling, healing,
armless food and blood purifier to
repare their stomachs for the sum
ier's heat. Goat's milk is reconm
nended by leading physicians for
his purpose. It has no equal for
ummer complaint. Goat's milk can
ie secured from the Pierce &
3rocker ranch, Box 69, R. F. D.
vo. 1, Butte, Montana.-Adv.
The application of the Otis Ele
ator company, a foreign corporktion,
o do business in Montana was filed
vith Clerk and Recorder Sam L.
Dr. C. M. Eddy, dentist, 204-203
3ennsylvania block. Phone 4035-W.
The weekly meeting of the district
chool board will be held this eve
ling at the high school.
Washington Market. Ground bone,
( pounds for 25c.--Adv.
SUITS l!E SETTLED
IN DISTRICT COURT
In the suit of S. P. Wright against
\lfred L. O'Brien and Monia Ducie
)'Brien, the defendants withdrew
heir answer and acknowledged that
hey owed the sum of $1,000. Judge
Jwyer awarded plaintiff $1,207,
which represents the principal, in
;rest of $107 and attorney's fee of
The suit of W. P. Mitchell for
lamages against the Butte, Anacon
la and Pacific railroad was dis- -
nissed as fully settled out of court.
So, also, was a similar action
brought by J. P. Kill.
TOTEID ORATOR WILL
TALK FOR IRELAND
The Rev. Dr. J. G. Mythan, an
Episcopal clergyman of Norfolk, Va.,
will speak in the high school audi
torium on Sunday night on the right
of the Irish people to freedom. Dr.
Mythan is noted throughout the east
as an orator. The Rev. Michael Mc
Cormack will preside.
FRENCH AVIATOR IS
OUT OF RUNNING
Casa Blanca, Morocco, May 26.
ieutenant Roget, a French aviator
who left Paris Saturday on the first
leg of a projected trans-Atlantic
flight by way of Dakar to Brazil,
landed last night at at IKenitra, 30
kilometers from Rabat. His machine
was damaged in landing and the
trans-Atlantic trip will have to be
AUTO SLEUTH HERE.
C. J. McAllister, special agent of
the secretary of state is in Butte for
the purpose of apprehending all auto
drivers who have neglected to apply
to the secretary of state for license
numbers for their machines. He
stated that persons driving cars with
out 1919 license tags on both the
front and rear ends of the cars will
be arrested and prosecuted.
BOr SUFFERS INJURY.
While engaged in playing "follow
my leader," Iast evening, Jack Barne
coat, 8-yea;-o!d son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. Barnecoat, 605 West Park
street, fell from the-roof of a porch
and sustained a compound fracture
of the bones in his iight arm. The
boy was taken to Murray hospital
tiis morning for an X-ray examina
tion of his arm.
Bulletin Want Ad4 Get
Results. Phone 52.
Pounds of Ice
S. & H. Green Trading Stamps
with all cash purchases
and first payment on time
purchases. Shiners, the
only furniture store that
gives stamps with pur
taken at par in exchange
FOR LESS ON
EASIEST OF TERIYJ8
LY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
Expert Watch Repairing
Watch Cleaning, $1.50
Mainsprings - -$1.00
Both Guaranteed for One
People's Theater Bldg.
40 E. PARK ST.
17 S. MAIN ST.
Belier aid h)igg.er than
ever. A cale for the
workilg class. Give us a
We Have Excellent
Rooms in Connection
A good home for the mine
A Fine Room For $3.50
Center of the City
8am . and John .. Kogffql
AY YOU SAW, IT IN BULLE.IN.
or a (' .C el. ti1ble lasting
j)leasure catll be secured(
73 East Park 8t.
Fine line of wrist watche:,
signet .iiigs, cut glass,
vases aind jewelry of every
description. Ylour latron
The Finest in Butte
MAX VITT, Proprietor.
205 W. Park-1l5 8. Main