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(Unions who vote on the Mooney
strike are requested to furnish re
sults of the balloting to The
Bulletin for publication.-Ed.)
Results, so far as The Bulle
tin has learned, are:
Barbers, 3 to 1.
Tailors, 3 to 1.
Plasterers, 2 to 1.
Electricians No. 65.
Mill, Smelter and Surface
Metal Mine Workers' Union of
Workingmen's Union, 68 to 58.
Silver how Trades and Labor
I u b b e r and Tireworkct s'
union, 13 to 2.
In the District Court of the Second
Judicial District of the State of
Montana, in and for the County of
Elmer F. Arnett, Plaintiff, versus
Mary Ethel Arnett, Defendant.
The State of Montana sends greet
ing to the above named defendant:
You are hereby sunmmoned to an
swer the complaint in this action
which is filed in the office of the
Clerk of this Court, a copy of which
is herewith served upon you, and
to file your answer and serve a copy
thereof upon the plaintiff's attorney
within twenty days after the service
of this summons, exclusive of the
day of service; and in case of your
failure to appear or answer, judg
"ment will be taken against you by
default, for the relief demanded in
Plaintiff complains and alleges:
I. That on or about the 11th day
of September, 1912, plaintiff and
defendant intermarried at Wichita,
Kansas, and ever since have been,
and now are, husband and wife.
II. That plaintiff is now, and for
more than one year immediately
next prior to the date of commence
ment of this action, to-wit, May 16,
1919, has been a resident of the
State of Montana.
Ill. That there is as the issue of
said marriage, one boy, Robert Ar
nett, aged four (4) years, now in
the custody of Mrs. Robert Peoples,
grandmother of said child, at Wich
IV. That since tjie 8th day of
February, 1918, the said defendant
disregarding the solemnity of her
marriage vow wilfully and inten
tionally without cause, deserted and
abandoned and separated herself
from this plaintiff, with the inten
tion in her, the said defendant, to
so separate, desert and abandon this
plaintiff, and against the will and
without the consent of this plaintiff;
that said desertion has continued for
a period of more than one year next
preceding the date of this action.
Wherefore plaintiff prays: That
the marriage between plaintiff and
defendant be dissolved, and that lie
be granted a decree of divorce of,
and from the defendant.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said court this 16th day of May,
A. D. 1919.
By MARGARET LEE,
Maury & Melzner, Attorneys for
(First publication May 16, 1919.)
Havana Cops Pinch
Ten On Suspicion
Havana, May 30.-The police ar
rested ten union leaders, including
several foreigners, it is reported, on
suspicion that they were attemptin:
to organize a genieral strike. It is
expected that the foreigners will be
expelled. The strike of the cigar.
box makers is being settled.
Bulletin Boosters should patronize
Bulletin advertisers. .
WHOSE OX IS
Champions of Moderate Le
gal Fees Before Judge
Dwyer on Behalf of "Liv
Attorneys Canning and Geogan
fought valorously in Lamb's court
for three days to prevent a. Butte
attorney from pulling down an enor
mous fee from a dead nan's estate
for legal services. They met de
feat. Mr. James Fitzgerald won out
on his suit for $2,500.
But Attorneys Canning and (ea
gan were soltaced for their Ihumilia
tion in Lanmb's court by winning a
judgment for themnselves against the
Lamlbros Brothers. It seems that
John Lambros, being a Greek alien,
was not subject under the law, to
being drafted into the army. For
bringing this clear and unmistakable
proviso in the draft law to the no
lice of the authorities, Attorneys
Canning and Geagan charged John
Lambros and his brother, Peter
Lambros, the trifling little fee of
$1,100. The Lambros brothers ob
jected to paying out even that much
good coin for the service rendered
to them by Canning and Geagan.
Hence Canning and Geagan sued to
collect. The case was decided yes
terday in Judge Dwyer's court. The
jury returned a verdict for the at
torneys, allowing them $700.
Has "Frightful Temper."
(By United Press.)
Seattle, Wash., May 30.---Leo
Tommy has filed suit for divorce
because he is afraid of his wife.
Tomany, in his complaint, avers
that Marian called him a vile name
slapped his face, cut his finger half
off with a butcher knife, hit him on
the head with a stove poker, and
threw a heavy stick of wood at him,
injuring the back of his head.
Everything considered, Tomany
thinks his wife has a "frightful
Tomfoolery Licks ('upid.
(By United Press.)
Tacoma, Wash., May 30.---"Tom
foolery defeated Dan Cupid, appar
A man appeared at the marriage
license bureau here and asked for a
"Where's the girl?" asked the dep
"Left her home."
"She must appear before you can
get the license."
"Say," exploded the stranger
"I've been married twice and I've
never had to bother bfore with this
He didn't return.
Today's Anniversary. 1
In consideration of an annual ren
tal of five shillings, the Hudson Bay
company received a license 81 years
ago today by which it was granted
the exclusive right of trading with
the Indians in all that vast stretch
of territory beyond Canada. By this
grant, which was for a period of 21
years, the members of the company
bound themselves to "the due execu
tion of all criminal and civil process
within the territory." Some years
before the Canadian courts had been
given the right of jurisdiction within
the Indian territories, but they did
not avail themselves of this act to
appoint persons to administer jus
tice in those wild and distant terri
tories, and the company officials
long continued to mete out justice
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iACING COMINC BACK -r
WITH NEW INTEIi
Even tIhose who had anticipated aa
racing season of unusual brilliance
have been agreeably surprised by the
overwhelming testiiony to the re- c
newed popularity of the sport fur- s
nished in the attendances that mark- t
ed the first sessionll of six days at
Jamaica and the opening at Belmont
park on Thursday of the Westchester r
Racing association that is destined to t
run for 18 days. There has not been t
a spasmodic outpouring on one big
day to see the decision of an impor
tant race and then a falling off on I
the other (lays of ,the week, when t
less spectacular programs were of
fered. After a marked falling off
in numbers on the second day of the
Jamaica meeting the crowd was t
swelled to record proportions on the
third day, and on each of the first I
three days of last week the attend
ance almost doubled those to le i
found on week days at Jamnaica a
These results have been obtained
without any sensational features to
lure on the public, so that it may be
taken for granted that given a con
tinuance of high class sport, the pat
ronage throughout the season will
be the largest tendered the local
race tracks since the Agnew-Hart
bills were enacted. Blelmont park
stiarted well with a 15,000 crowd on
the opening day. in spite of weather
that undoubtedly kept thousands
nore froll visiting the track.
lEO('Oll) IRE('El.PTS FOR()lt OT
When Jess Willard and Jack
Ilempsey cuter the ring for their 12
round bout at Bay View Park, Tole
do. Ohio, July 4. they will compete,
probably, before the greatest crowd
that has ever witnessed ai title box
ing bout. 'This is indicated in the
reports of the advance sale of tick
ets, which has now passed the $270,
000 miark, and will probably reach
The significance of this advance
sale is best illustrated through a
comparison with the receipts of the
Jim Jeffries-Jack Johnson title bout
at Reno back in 1910. Pugilistic at
tendance and financial records were
created in that contest, which will
be eclipsed in the forthcoming bout.
The gross receipts totaled $270,775,
and the match was witnessed by ia
crowd estimated at between 19,000
and 20,000. The purse was $121,
In the coming bout Willard will
be boxing for a flat guarantee of
$100,100, and Dempsey for a prize
of $27,500, a record in purses.
NAVY READ[ Y IFOR HiENLEY.
Annalpolis, Md., Mnay 30.----The
baseball and rowing squads of the
Naval academy left Annapolis yes
terday in order to engage in contests
in the two sports at different points
on May 31. The nine will go to
West Point and will endeavor to
break the chain of eight straight
victories won by the iMilitary acad
emy, and the crews will have four
entries in the American Henley to
be rowed at Philadelphia. The first
crew with four victories, has the
chance of winllinl the unquestioned
supretmacy tmlollg the colleges for
STANDING OF CLUBS.
Won. Lost. Pet.
New York ..............1 9 7 .7:11
Cincinnati ..............1R 19 .643
Brooklyn ................1 ; 10 .6 i5
Chicago ................. I 14 .481
Philadelphia ..........11 12 .478
Pittsburg ..............12 1 i .42:
Boston .................... 9 19 .321
St. Louis ................ 8 19 .296
Won. Lost. Pet.
Chicago ..................21 7 .750
Cleveland ..............18 8 .692
St. Louis ................14 11 .560
New York ..............12 10 .545
Detroit .................. 15 .423
Bloston ....................10 14 .411
Washington .......... 8 1 .333
Philadelphia ....:..... 5 17 .217
Won. Lost. Pet.
St. Paul ................18 ) .667
Indianapolis ..........18 11 .621
Louisville ..............15 11 .577
Columbus .............. 1 11 .542
Minneapolis ..........13 13 .500
Kansas City ..........12 16 .429
Milwaukee ............12 17 .4 14
Toledo ................ 4 17 .190
Won. Lost. Pet.
Los Angeles ..........35 16 .686
;an Francisco ........30 22 .577
Oakland ...............25 22 .532
Salt Lake ..............23 22 .511
Vernon ..................23 23 .500
Sacramento ............22 24 .478
Seattle ................. 16 28 .364
Portland ................14 31 .311
Strike in Brisbane
Melbourne, May 30.-A seaman's
strike affecting the Australian coast
al trade and the Commonwealth Ship
line has been declared in Brisbane,
and there are indications that it will
spread to Sydney and Melbourne.
Although the coastal seamen are
working under an arbitration award,
they no longer wish to abide by the
terms. The shipping companies re
fused to negotiate on the ground
that, if they were dissatisfied with
the award, the seamen could submit
their gi ievances to the arbitration
court. Acting Prime Minister Watt
has refused to intervene, but has de
clared that he is prepared to receive
a statement of the seamen's griev
The only danger from the strike Ii
o -- -----
Rogers Hornsby's fmai:,,, to hit
has handicapped the c';:nuls this
spring. The slugger is :,1id downi
arounld the .200 mark
Howard Shanks of tlihe \WVshington
club is playing a good g.u:m at short- -
stop. He call play aly position inll
the infield or outfield
Harry Harper goes tl iouttgh iore
mlotions than any itliir' pitcheri in
the Amnerican league .\n hei hias
the goods, too.
Many baseball sharna: are begin
ning to believe that lRiss Young of
the New York Giants i. a faster run
ner than Ty Cobb Ion the bases.
Young certainly has developed into
one of the greatest hIll iplayers ill
the profession. He is hitting splen
didly and may be the National
league's champion hItsinan this
year. In the field llllng is cover
ing ntmuch ground and is oaukitg hard
catches look easy. Cobb has always
been a1 wonderfull Ilas-. m itt'r. tillt
those who have clos ly otserved
Young insist that he is itunexcelled in
speed. So far, You ng is lead ing the
National league in baltting, :idi it is
inot aln accident.
Death of Yankee Sullivaln.
"Yankee" Sullivan, one of the ear
liest of American plugilistic chitiin
pionls, died in San Francisco 61 years
ago tomorrow, May 31. 1Ss. After
quitting the ring "Yankee" wenti to
California aind engaged in politicial
and other activities which broulght
upon hint the displeasure of the Vig
ilantes. His sudden end. while con
fiined in the "fortres-" if the Yigi
lantes, was supl)osedly self-inflicted,
and aroused a nation-wide plrotest
against the methods of the self-con
stituted rulers of Sani Francisco.
Sulliivan, whose real iname is given
as Ja.llles Ambrllose and Franlk Amlor,
was born in London of Irish parents.
He started fighting in New York
and later won the ...
chanlpiolship of EnIg
which he returned to
fought for the Amiteri
weight title. 11e was
Tolu HIyer, and also by
rissey, although the latti
by a technicality, as S
all the best of thie mill.
was only a middleweig
ranks among the best of ,
Paddy Ryan defeated .
87 rounds at Collier Stati
on this date in 1880. Th
for the heavyweight chan:
Anlorica, and It was one ,
est and most gruelling II
contests ever witnessed .
In the end (loss was beate
whipped into submission,
thus became the champiq
America, hailed fronm T
which city produced so
fighters, among them J
sey, John C. Henan, P
and others. Ryan held
little less than two year:
ed it to John L. Sulliva
mous battle at Miss.issip
redoubtable Paddy was
stature and a born figlih
in his 27th year and
several notable victories
when lie whiipped Gosa
had been brought ovre
land in the early '70's 1
and in 1876 he capture
can title by defeating in Allen
in Kentucky, winning a foul in
the twenty-first round. Ryan won
only $200 by his victory over Goss
in the battle for the title, which last
ed for an hour aind twenty-seven min
NATIONA I IEAGUE.
Score: 1. II. E.
Brooklyn ....................... 2 8 4
New York ..... .. . ...... 5 5 1
Batteries --Gr imes and Krueger;
Causey and (Conaales.
Score: II. 11. E.
Philadelphia .. ........... I 7 2
Boston ........................... 4 7 2
Batteries - Iogg and Adams;
Demnaree and Glowdy.
Score: 11. II. E.
Cincinnati .................. 3 8 0
Pittsburg ........ ............ 1 11 0
Batteries --- .allee and Wingo;
Mayer and Swemw y.
AMI3ItI(' N LEAGA(UE.
Score: It. H. E.
Boston .......... . ............ 7 12 0
Philadelphia ... .......... 1 4 1
Batteries - Mays and Schang;
Rogers, Kenny a.l McAvoy.
Score: R. H. E.
New York .................. 5 7 2
Washington i .. ...........- 4 9 6
Batteries- Itussell, Snawkey and
Hannah; Shaw andth l'icinich.
Toledo, 4I; liouisville, 7.
Columbus, 7; Indianapolis, 3.
No other camtes scheduled.
a possible syho!rtage of coal in all
centers outsidil of New South Wales,
thus shutting, down industries. The
coal supply i~;s been at low ebb for
some time e.- use of the influenza
epidemic ualn h prevailing war con
Rioting Orcurs in
Bilboa, Spain, Strike
Paris, .1: Hi.--Severe rioting oc
'curred Fr'-'' at Bilboa, Spain,
where 13.,' factory workers are
on strike, ording to a wireless
dispatch fr' Madrid pickedl up
here. A fi, broke out during the
rioting, can- losses amounting to
several nii!,';' pesetas.
The dalu' of the mayor of 1il1
boa was 1kl1 I in the fighting.
(Continued Fron Pago One.)
wast offered in illltresive Me
morial day c(eremonies.
Presidentl Wilron delivered
his Memlotitl ti;y aildtrts at
lllure-es .elllcet'y ll just utside
Paris. DMen who t' f tht at.
t'hateau Thierry, lellean I Doods
and other hiistoric places are
buried there. Amblll';lador Wal
lace presided al the tre 'lollnies.
One hunrelld andlll ieve.ty-five
women who lalre (careltl foril the
graves were special guelists tof
tile memoriall comlittee.llll
Facinig thousands of whol crosses
marking the graves of Am\llnricanl sol
dier dead in the cetletr'y of Stlres
nies, President Wilson today fliungg a
challenge to the opponents of Il he
league of nations in 'lit course of
his i1Memorial day adtlre-s. IIe s:l:
..You are aware thea statlndards iof
the old order are attemptinlg to ire
assert Ithenselvets. Any liilln who so(
counsels is an advocate o if the ir
newal of the war, fior if this is not
the final fight there will be ;niilther
which will be final."
The lpresident sail the leage i iofl
nations is a covenantl to instlle Ilh
the mnui who gave their lives ill 1tI
tie did not do so in vain.
MEXICO IN THROES
(Continued From Page One.)
has reached here by (courier is to lth,
effclit thait Villa with 3,1100 ilcn had
reached 1,resno, Miexico, the first sta
tion west of Chihutihua on the MIex
ico Northwesternl riilroadtl onl Mlon
day, and that an ittack on Chihua
huia \was explected.
'it'e courier stated that the Ifederal
trooips in (hihutahuia were lacking in
morale and lhat it. was doubtl'ul if
either theI federail trioopis or lth citi
zet5s wouldi offer anlly resistance to ii tlhe
enitry of Villa and his m.en.
(Continued From Page one.)
_ei'lnnny l'go s to limit .ts stinli
ig armly to I0l0,001 lllen, at larger
ntee will be asked temiiiorarily to
I'eserve. illtelrnal (rderl'.
"If reason prevailed in Paris,,
;aid the Vorwaerts, "the ent(ente
ild grab at thIe counter pro
als, which offer a promlissory
9 with iprosptect of seltlemnent anld
lobilization; but reasoln (does 1not
'ail, so t(he entllte ltIay try to
li'e thlei termllls nd get our sig
Ire to clauises which cannot he
illed. A new crisis will resull."
he Laglische Itundschatt ridicluled
ations froml WilsoIn's speeches
(Ile counter liroposals, saying
conll ieillc e had so f'llr' pierllitted
Ito oversitep his ipromllises thlat
watykeling could not be expected
lie (conservative papDerl's con(1
lied thrit ti e counlter proposals
oo tfar In objecting especially to
tiationis of the arm 'y to 100,)0o0
the dilarmaietl nlllllt of fleets.
RMIT SYSTEM FOR
Vashington, May 30. :',nu|,nce
It. of plans for the inasurln 'lntiln
a permit) systeml for lithe < lrol
translplortationll of tIhis yolr's Igraill
I has hieen mllade by l)irectol (:o r -
I Hines of the railroad adminis
ion. The plans provide 1',l : I(the
pointlllent of grain co'ntrol i -
ttees, comlprisillg ilreprlesentatives
the traffic andl op.r'alit g donar't
Inonts of the railrotlds and1 it third
party replresentillg theI( lirllllsport;ltion
division of the t'llited Staes graill
corporation, who will tie statlicnd at
primary market poiints.
Shippers will It, required to app' y
to the control comt mittees lat the
point of destination for perilll ,ion
to ship their produils. 'IThe app!ica
tion will be made tlh'oighl the local
railroad agellts atl Ioilnlt of origin
of shipments intl ill event the stor
age facilities are tich lIt permit.,
shilpmelnts will lie lermitted iline
WILL SELL SHIPS
TO FIRST COUSINS
New York, May :0.----A meeting of
stocklholIlers ( thl e International
Mercaniitile .lurine complllany, the
niamiioth slhipping colmbine orgaini/
ed by tlh late J. I'. .Morgan, has been
called for in monthll, at which time
the rIqut1.tio0l of sale to British inter
osts of tIhe 1 lritisih-ow ed ships al(
asstt' of the crpolration will be dti
cidedl uponll. It. is then propl osedl to
distribute Ithe assets of the coimlpany
among the v.toclkholtders and dissolve
Sidevalks aInil FIoudations-All
Kinds of (C'nllt Work --Prices
M. F. KILEY
Phone 2-I19-J. 1111) W. Woohlman
Lyons-lThe retallins of James
Lyons are at Daniels & Bilboa's un
dertaking parlors. No arrangements
have been. made. Funeral announce
ment wi ll alppar ill later papers.
DANIELS & BILBOA
Undertakers and Embalmer
t125 East Park St., Butte. Phone 886
Residence Phone 4817-W.
Anteo and Carriage Equipment
Rellable Undertaker and Embalmer
888 North Main Street
SECRETARY OF WAR
(Continued From Page One.)
purchase and complete the Dayton
Wright flying field. He also sug
gested the completion of the Langley
field as a permanent station for the
"We have Inot made use of all
moneys appropriated for emer
gency," Baker stated. "We don't
propose to use themll without further
authorization." He declared the wat
department would begin to retiurn
the bodies of Amreican soldiers who
died in F.ance "sooner than six or
seven tItonths," biut explaioned that
no defenite provisions had as yet
The: war depairtInent contemplate.
the emplllloyittent of five divisions in
Europe luntil definite peace settle
menit is secured. (le'neral Mtelrh toli
the committete. HeI said: "Should il
becomell nies.:;ary, we could bring thi
entire force homite froum France by
'eptemtter. Hloweve r. ,uch is hardlyv
probable, because it is not likely in
ternlational conditions will permit
VWaco. Tex., May :.-.--As thet, re
sult of the award of an a;I itl'laot
I th le carpenters will receive aI wage
of $i6.S0 per day of eight holnrs
The, decision releases ,lntracts ig
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furnished housekeeping rooms;
convenient; sunny; close In. 507
CHAT OLD HAT. Get it reblocked
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Bloth ladies' and gents' hats renovat
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CLEANERS AND DYERS
MEIfRICAN Dyeing & Cleaning Wks
S34:1 Harrison ave. Phone 181.
SL.UITS called for and delivered.
Work guaranteed. Club rates.
Give us a trial. Leslies', 22 West
Quartz st., phone 2768.
'ORt SALE---Picture frame store;
good stock of pictures, frames and
mouldings; nice line of china and
lable glassware, hardware and no
tions; cheap rent; immediate posses
sion; doing good business. Will sell
2-story frame house; six rooms; Iwo
large halls; garden; garage; good
cellar; furnished or unfurniished.
Also high grade Kimball piano at
.acrilfice price. leaving city. Butte
Pitcture Framing Co., 32 1 E. Park.
FINE pansie'S and other decoration
plants, also vegetable plants. We
sell from tlhe greenhouse only. En
glewood Floral Co., 1876 Harrisun
30-BlOOM hotel, building and fur
jiishings; loing good business.
$4,000 will handle it. Write T. II.
P'endergrass. Plains, Mont.
FOUR ROOMS of good furniture in
modern house, close in; could rent
out one or two rooms; a bargain.
519 W. Broadway.
$600 BUYS dandy little business,
mnan or womllla can clear ig
wages; cook preferred. Box 13,
3-ROOM modern house, glassed-in
porch, garage, four lots, trees and
fenced. 2901 Wharton. Phone
3ROOM house, partly modern; lot
128x43. $1,000; terms. Phone
JEWELRY and second-hand cloth
ing for sale at Uncle Sam's Loan
Office, 11 S. Wyoming street.
A FINE business block ant lots,
chea p. Pa rties leaving town.
2552 lHarrison ave.
DAIRY FOR SALE-Al, centrally
loanted. Snap. Phone 5790-W.
Pianos Tuned and Repaired
GUYON, 600 .5 Clark Ave. 6585-J.
250,O00 MI N FOl
UNITED STATES NAVY
Washington, May 30.-Although
the navy department has placed itself
on lrecord as being opposed to
launching new building programs
which would give the United States
a navy "second to none in the
world." it is in favor of rushing to
completion all capital ships author
ized and of maintaining temporarily
a force of men capable of handling
"any emnergency which might arise."
Secretary Daniels. testifying again
before the house naval affairs com
mittee, rsad a communication from
the general board which recommend
,t that the 10 battleships and six
battle cruisers authorized in the
)1916i program should be completed
:is soon as possibleh and that no rad
ical changes should be made in con
trluction of the vessels.
i]e made dt remolllnmendlaion that
pro\vsion be made in the 1920 ap
propriation bill for a temnporary na\y
of 25t0,100 tnen, 23,000 less than
are now in the service. He asserted
that tunl:-s this number was author
ized the navy would be unable to aid
tIateriaill in bringing American
troops htonie fromn Europe and in ad
dition would be "dangerously weak
Between now anlll the end of the
year, he saidt, th tdepartment would
have linle to stuidy carefully the sit
untion and arrive at a definite con
'll sion as to lthe (oilntry's needs.
ROOM renllt reduced; fine rooms for
$3.50 and up; centrally located.
Voodrow hotel, 212 S. Arizona.
1IAR(EIf slihop, good location. In
qluire cornler Quar;tz and Granite
'WO iungallows, four a(nd five-room,
1331 -1:40 l4lbs1( n st. Call 5680-J
1-ROOM flat. 13 24 Gallatin st.
CAT'PENTELR work, by the day or
.io . Jobbing a specialty. Phone
3-ROOM furnished cottage. 1125
HIGHEST PRICE paid for old cloth
ing, shoes, hats, trunks, tools.
RUDOLPH TRANSFER CO. Phone
2711 or 2749.
EXPRESSMAN'S headquarters. Ex
pressmen when you want them.
FIVE TOU SAND WORKrh.
wanted to buy $5 worth of stock
In The Bulletin Publishing Co.
MONEY TO rOAN
MONEY LOANED on diamonds,
watches, Jewelry and Liberty bonds
at a reasonable rate of interest. The
Old Reliable. I. Simon, 21 N. Main.
MONEY advanced on Liberty bonds,
diamonds, watches, jewelry and
other articles of value; square deal.
People's Loan office, 281/ E. Park.
MONEY LOANED at 3 per cent. Dia
monds, jewelry, Liberty bonds.
Mose Linz, upstairs leweler.
1914 BUICK, delivery body; self
starter, lighting system; in fine
condition. You should see this car.
Smith Machine shop, 401 S. Wyom
HAVE your children's hair cut at
E. J. Swaidner's barber shop,
133% W. Broadway.
Our chili always the best In the city.
PONY CHILI CAFE.
38% E. Park St.
WHY not save money. Have your
tires retreaded, made good as new
for half price at the American Vul
Works, 110' W. Granite. Phone
1035. Goodrich Tires and Accessor
ies. Ball & Etzel.
4-ROOM modern house. Inquire
1125 E. Second st. Phone 3231-W.
WANTED-By tman and wife small
child to care for. Care J. A., Bul