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DEFENDS U. S.
Z'itor of Razio in Rio Ja
neiro Takes Issue With
Maurice Lacerda's Speech
(By United Press.)
Rio Janciro, May 28.,--The news
paper laizao today took issue with
tIh' elements that are fostering anti
American agitation in Brazil.
Referring to the slpech of Deputy
\laulricio Lacerda inll the chamlber
yesterday, the Razao said:
"We do not approve of Lacerda's
support of agitation against the
United States, which was begun by
tladeiros Albuquerque, who, using
his journalistic prerogatives, launch
ed accusations against thllat nation
which has always been a friend to
"Albuquerqne is a privateI citizen
and is unable to create difficulties.
Hlowever, the deputy's opposition to
Francc's transfer of her lirazilian
hwans to the United States changes
the aspect of the case. It is ab:;urd
to deny the right of England and
France to transfer their loans. The
war has changed financial dominion
from London to New York. Trains
for of the loan is to our advantage
because it is against the interests
of the Initcd States to lower the
value of iBrazilian money, since we
would be obliged to overpay for
Ihteir products and they would have
to overpay for ours. Knowing the
critical financial conditions in Eu
rope, transfer of the Btraziliai, loans
to the United States is wise and le
fleets credit on Brazil's financial
The Razao ridiculed the charges
of American imperialism, declaring
that Brazil "is not threatened with
Among other things, Lacerdln do
clared in his speech that sincerity of
the Monroe doctrine must coii; tenc(
with cancellation of international ex
p)alnsion and restoration of California
and Texas to Mexico.
"If the doctrine defends Amner!'ai
from Europe, who will defend Amier
ica from America?" lie asked.
"Amllerican capitiaL is aggressive and
the dollar has always been guarded
by cannons. This is proven ill AMex
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Fireless Cooker Bureau Electric Heaters Vacuum Cleaners
Chairs Dresser Electric Toasters Poultry
Lounge Buffet Electric Irons Go-Carts
Couch Books Percolators Baby Buggies
Chiffonier Encyclopedias Clothes Wringers Automobiles
Pianos Gas Stoves Carpet Sweepers
Piano Stools Gas Plates Clocks
Rugs, Carpets Kodak Lenses
Beds Piano Players
Cash Registers Lawn Mowers
Rocking Chairs Clothes Racks
Phonographs WashingMachine China Closets
Carving Sets Carpenters' Tools Safes
Fountain Pens Kodaks
Field Glasses Trunks
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Suit Cases Sinks Oil Stoves
Book Cases Sewing Machines Dining Tables Dishes
Rolltop Desks Pictures Stove,s, Ranges Velocipedes
ico, where dollar expansion ha.s lIun
dermined the government, systemat
ically destroying autolnomyl. TI';lrls
for of our debts to the United States
would place Brazil under the threat
of aggressive protection."
Tacoma, .lay 27.--Victor Vernon.
one of the eight soldiers placed on
trial h11ere for alleged conspiracy by
holding a tag day for the benefit of
the Workers'. Soldlers' and Sailors'
council in April, yesterday turned
state's evidence, under pIromise of
immiunliy froml prosecution, it is
said. Vernon's Iestilmony, however.
was considerel'd unimllportant. he
nirely swearing that1 at 2 o'clock on
Ihe morning of April i. the council
held a meetling at which it was de
cided to defy the ordter:; of the city
officials and sell tags.
An effort is being made through
Vernon's testi.illioy to prove con
spira'cy on the part of the defend
ROAD BOND ELECTION
IS SET FOR NOVEMBER
The d(late for the bond election to
furnish funds for road building in
Silver Bow county was set yesterday
by the hoard of conmmissioners as
that of the general election in No
vemlber. While the amount of the
bond issue has not yet been set, it
is expected that $250.000 will be
asked, p1etitions for that amount
having already been presented to the
state highway commission. The
counties are required to rai:.e suints
equal to the amounts they obtain
fr'om the state conmmnission's funds.
WOMEN PLAN PAGEANT.
W'olnen inelllmbers of the First
Baptist church will have charge of
the services at the church this eve
ning. The services will be in the
nature of a pageant, "A Congress of
Womlen," with delegates in c(ostume
representing the various countries
of the world.
MAY ('EILEIRATE JUtLY 1.
Discussions of plans to stage a
real old-fashioned Fourth of July
celeblration in Hutte will b, held at
the meeting of World WVar \eterans
tonight. Plans for a smoker to be
held June 5, also will be discussed.
COAL MINERS DEMAND
TROOPS LEAVE IUSSIA
(Spe'ial ('orrespotilIne toi The'
La'yne, aVsh.--The 'ilitld 1 hoie
Workers of Americi, local No. 1'm |,
at their relent neetinlg pa-seut tihe
following resolutions:: . \hich :ýpeakl
Resolution No. 1.-- \\e, thie offi
cers and memberslllls of locial lunionlll NIo.
1994. United Mine Woi'Ikers of
Anmerica. do hlerebiy proltest against
the huitted States gover'll111e1i inl
Ssending mllore troops over and intol
Resolution No. 2.- And we fur
ther resolve lthat if t11i IIlitled
I potatio 'lllll llto send more llli over and
Sinto 1Russia. they cn llll oulghlt to
furntish the siau o t ualls rlc tatlionl to
brinlg tihe I COllts 1ack1 Ihait are ail
ready over theire.
Resolution No. 3.--.\1id we fl
lther 'resolve t hat this , governmllellnt
hasn't any wiar with IRllssia, in ai
nluclh as there ]lts tell,'a no war lide
clarl'ed on the Soviet g lovernlment of
Russia;, vo hands oIff.
Resolutiion Noi. 4.- And we fur
ther' resolv tll lit th II r ssiat g v
erinment is andtl of iriglht ouightl l(i be
a fr'e and illdepelldent country th)' ,
salme l s tlho I:nitled States.
ttI.sohllton No. 5.--Adil we fur
ihelr resolve that this country wenIt
into this war for dem!noc(racy, Iand we
have a right to believe that the
Sov'iet governlltllen of R iissia has ;a
right to fight for dlemlocracy also.
Resolution No. 6.--- And we fur
ther resolve that we st'lruly objectl
to fllurther oppressio)n land block
adiing of the Soviet goverIl ment.
IResolution No. 7. --And be it
fulrther resolved that we demand lhe
rc'ogl nition of thll So\vi -t giiovern
mellnt by the United States govern
Resolution Nio. 8.- And ibe it
further resolved that tih Aliierilenn
Ieoplie owe the Soviet gov'lernmenlt of
Rulssial i debti of gratllitude which
lnothing on eartlh catin replly.
Resolut ions adopted by local 1inill
No. 1994, 1. 1 1. V'. of A., liayne.
WIashi., May 7, 1919.
( Signed) THOMAS LO\'NE
C. L. SMITH,
W\M. KAMIE l.
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AUTO REPAIR CIA)OTIING AND TAI- HATS FOR MEN POOL ROOMS
SHIO'S JLORING FOR MEN Nickerson, The Hatter, Lambro's Pool Hall,
112 W. Park street. 42 E. Park St.
Lacey Aut) Repair and Service Big 4 Tailor,
Shop, 17 West Park Street.
1126 Utah. Leland Cafe,
Grand Avenue Repair Shop, Shirley Clothes Shop, Sewell's Hardware, 72 East Park street.
Corner Harrison and 14 North Main. 221 East Park street.
_Corner Harrison and *Shiners, Furniture, Spokane Cafe.
Grand. 75 East Park Street. 17 South Main St.
AVestera Ilardtiw;r ('o., Moxom Cafe,
Auto Repair Machino Shop CIROPRACTIC n o 9m w roaar.
M. G. SMIT'H. 401 S. Wyoming Cr" L C
Flora W. Emery JEWELERS 69 East Park Street.
Room 9, Silver Bow Block. (eolden West Cafe.
AUTOS BOUGHT Montana Jewelry Co., S. Main.
AOpticians, Etc.. IIandlcy's Cafe,
AND SOLD CIIII73 East Park street. 326 N. Wyoming.
CAND SAOL CII A L()RS People's Loan t(puce. \iria itn Cat'e,
28% East Park street. : a.i Park.
Classic Chili Parlor, Brodie, the Jeweler,
E. H. Rupert, 40 East Park street. Savoy Cafe,
228 S. Arizona St. 210 North Main. Powell Jewelry Co., 1 East .ark.
112 N. Main St.
1. Simo, N SHOES
BANKS DAIRIES 1 sIt orth Main.
Blue Bird Butter Shop, Chicago Shoe Store,
Blue Bird Butter Shop, LAGER BEER 7 h . lMain street.
209 % W. P'ark St.
Yegon Bros., Bankers, EXTRACT Walkover Shoo Co.
Park and Dakota streets. Crystal Creamery, 46 W. Park Street.
459 E. Park street. G.oldn (tu Shoe Stor, r
Lager Beer Extract Gl le Shoe tor,
A. lGRAF, 726 S. MONT. Petr Brinig. 39 E. I'ark.
BATHS. DRUGGISTS -- i --f ..
Steam Baths, Jacques Drog Co., SPECIALISTS
604 E. Broadway. 1957 Harrison avenue. J. Durst,
Ladit":;' Ttaiht,r alld IlHabit
L Mah Tiier. 1)r. W. II. Ilaviland,
Phone 276,4 Itoom 436 71 West Park St.
BUTCHERS DENTISTS Phenix Bidg.
604 W. Park SHO1E R EPAIRING
X\Vish iltg(i Ol Ma rhet,
1 \W. Pa rk. Union Dentists,
('entral Mlark-et, Third Floor Rialto Bldg. LADIES' McManus Shoe Shop,
323 North Main. D)r t . MA. I, ;ly. GARMENTS 5 s. wyoming.
Western Meat Co., 204 2'', Ienntsylvani lk. Progressive Shoe Shop,
121 E. Park St. _op__io ar TLadios' Garment Store, 1721 larrison Ave.
Independent Market, ---6- - 3 East Palk Street.
203 South Main. FURNITURE The International Store,
_ 210 E. Park. SECOND HAND
Shiner's. Furniture, MEN'S OUTF'ITTEl S CI OE W NE (,E
Isit li.,Iery, 75 1. P'ark street. JEWEL IITY, ETC.
E'!poS.ritum C(tothos Shop.
117 .arkt.B. Kopuld Co., Furniture. 34 m . Puark.m c S'
Manhattan Bakery, 8 West Broadway. Fashin aUncle Sa' Iyol Office,
0467 W. Parrk
107 N. Montana Street. GROCERIES Palace Clothing & Shoe Store.
53-66 E. P'ark St.
Royal Bakery,Main. Montana Clothing and Jewelry TAILORS
~20 South Main,.~ ~Company, a..i ...itig ..
BOome Baking Co., A.\ (t; oR.,,, 103 S. Arizona. 47 W. l'ark St.
Olympia St. I:t; l /. Nori ln , 0i.O. K. Store. liernard Jacoby, Tailor,
l'h \Wtitiotir, 24 E. Park St.1 S. Dakota street.
BARBER SHOPS J.. Becky, Bouchnar, Montana Tailors,
2701 Elm St. 27 W. Park St. 425 N. Main stree,
Allen's Grocery, E. Zahl, Tailor,
Con Lowney, 1204 E. Second street. 504 W. Park street.
309 N. Main. Kermode, Groceries, MIAT MARKETS Dundco Woolen Mis.
Pastime BIarber Shop and Pool 421 East Park street. 62 West Park Street.
Room, Poynter's Cash Store, Ed's Market,
210 North Main St. 1854 Harrison. 500 East Park. W. Oortel,
S. F. T. A. Cash Grocery, - 431% . Arisona St.
Park Barber Shop, 627 East Galena Street. Big 4,
bl_ _ . Park. T. J McCarthy, PIIOTOGRAPITY 17 w. Park St.
64 E. Broadway. lniI, 'aihlring Co..
BATTERIES McCarthy-lryant & Co., ' Thomson's Park Studio, l1i 8. Main St.
LECHARGED 317-319 East iark Street. 217 East Park Street.
hlth,,o, irs., UNDERTAKERS
M,rtintana Battery Station, 180 Walnut St. I'OOL IHALLS
24 S. Arizona. White HTouse Grocery, a s oHl . Larr Duggan, Undertaker,
Butte htattery Co., b08 VOLest Park. Golden Gate Pool tlall, 32.2 North Main street.
172 S. Montana St. 272 East Park.
_ _- Daniela & Bilboa, Undertakers,
CLO()TIES CLEANING (GENTS' FURNISH- OPTICIANS z5 East Park street.
AND PRESSING INGS VULCANIZING
Montana Jewelry Co.,
Dtrnard Jacoby, hOpticians, Etc., J. L. Mathieson, Vulcaniling,
19V S. Dakota Street. I.l it lop, Powell Jewelr ast Park St. 40 East Galena.
Murphy Money Back Store, 112 N. Mlain St. Butte Vulcanizing Works,
1342 Htarrison Ave.
TO()BACCO AND 65 E. Park St.
('ON()NFECTIONS FRNISERS OUTFITTERS WELDING
put MaKenna, National Supply Co., Francis J. Early, Oxy-Acetylhne \WVrding \Works,
:;14 North Main. 10 \V. Mercury. 715-719 E. Front St. 130it South Arizonia.