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For Sunday Morning's
Two Large 2
SPECIAL--FOR SALE SATURDAY ONLY
22 S. MAIN
2 doors below Rialto Theater 315 S. MAIN
Comfort and Wear, the Main
Our shoes are made by real Union -
Shoemakers, whose pride is the ree
ative skill of artizanship. The up
pers are made of the finest calfl
soles and counters are of the best
sole-leather obtainable. Hence--
wear and comfort. While the prices "a+
on shoes have advanced everywhere,
we still maintain the popular-price
policy. Try a pair.
CHICAGO SHOE STORE n oi,
7 South Malin St. Shoes for
Branch Store, 43 E. Park. Men
- --- -- i
WE HAVE INSTALLED A CHURN,
atnd will soon make our uwiw holier, whlich will gular
anitee you fresh. \\wlllesome Iiller.
Fresh bullermilk always on llul, per gallon-- -- . .... . 30c
Sweet milk, Ieer rll ----------------------B e ..r h 21/2c
The Blue Bird Butter Shop
2091/2 W. PARK ST.
The righl place I, iDnty everylliing you swe, it ,r.e'rieý.
I'rles . I'rll s n al I e'(, .elalle,. ,,oui w ill I'i l.u, ,u r pric e
the hept a4 rll lim e; hI l I \ i\ litii.y \we alui e. \W e Il -
liveri aII\h\I IereI ill hIle e ll'ii
Flat Deliveries Twice Daily
Arizona Building Park and Arizona Sts.
SAY YOU SAVW IT IN r'Pill, IIULLIJTIN.
We Stand Directly
Back of Every Pair
of SHOES We Sell
FOR THE ENTIRE
A large variey of p1t-lo
the - minue s \t le s ill
1, nip.. (lllli tu xfl:cu h s ''.ir
tlhe Wo il ll.
Ox()fortis fr the 11n----
iift'y styles ill ttans and
hihslte lrow'its f'or the
luoys naldl girls.
lithe chilllren andl a c'il
pleto lile of' lby shoes.
\We rerog'iiz the f·it
that the way if ouI pa
trols is the right way.
The Golden Rule
39 East Park St.
Always the best possible
shoes at the lowest pos
225 EAST PARK ST.
We Will Serve You Right
Pleasant and Clean
(Continued From Page One.)
"By our action in remaining out of
Ahe parade no disrespect was meant
to the umemtories of those b)rael\ boys
who dited over there or who died in
l'previouts wars in which the UInited
States has tben engaged. 'Thle most
of us, at least, hadt seen (tion ill
France---I putt in Ii months there
mys(elf--but the presence o a it man
who is charged witlh having killed
his wife in liine, took away the so
leninity of the occasioll antd renlder
e'( it grotes(que Accordingly, we re
fused to iparadle, but paid tribute to
ou'r cotmrades inll iour thoughts."
GEN. PALMER POINTS
Chicago, Many [O.--The records of
the tldetlocrat ic ' palrty tdurinlg tit'
world war were pointed to by Attor
ney Getneral Palmertt in his addrettss t
the banquet of the dlemocraltic na-
tional (Oltittlee last night. The at
torlney genteral reviewed the alhiete
Illents of the ladmlinistration, andl de
clared that the "\voice of slailler"
againsitt the dtltemocrat'ttic party had(
bleen "floret'\r sihlenced.".
(Special U'nited Press Wire.)
Washington. May :0. --Congre(s.
when it returns i the wires, should
pass a law continuing the telephone
rate increases granted under gov
ernment control, N. 0. Kingsbury,
vice president of the liil system.
told the senate interstate comlmerce
conmmittee. He said that if rates go
back to what they were bi'ore the
go. ernnlent took over ilthe lines, Aug.
1, 1!118, many dlllpalnies would face
seriious conditions and some will be
A C'IOSED CHAPTEIR
Joplin, Mo., May 30.---In the
presence of a number of newspaltpe
men antid a friend from Chanute,
Kan., the body of Jay Lynch, hanged
in view of his wife and children ;i
Lamar Wednesday, was buried here
yesterday. Members of Lynch's fam
ily, who accompanied the body from
Lamar, left by auto for Kansas City
shortly before the funeral.
--TrbIN K IN IuiILLi.1--SAt'E--
TRIBUTE IS PAID
(Continued From Page One.)
grolIup of a dozen old veterans of the
civil war. Among these the slatl
wart figuren of Arthur O)'flriein, was
conspicuous by his height iantd :u'r
Autos in Line.
Next came a dozen antolll)ohies
decorated with flags. Then anii'
Officer Van Orden, in a Spanish ,waIr
uniform. astride a gallant brow'i
stud. Ile preceded the boys' bmal
of Henry La.wtonl Camp No. 1-i a'!ir
which followed the little groupl) 0;
Spanishlll wart' veterans.
Josetph Corry auxiliary No. 1.
1. S. \V. V., had 25 ladies in li'.
iThey were garbed in naitty white
Each carried a largo l'nite'd Stat's
[lag. They marche'd pia rticutlarly
After he-:11 camlle1 tihe llntalla
Statile hand, which ireceded several
lllllundred World will \telrinll in the
khaki of [Uncle Sail). ECleven ulltte
bISillOss mllen ill civililal garIb
bIrought tlp the rear. 'l'Tue Elksh
lanlld lcaie niext, land afiter it. Ilthe boy
scouts to the numllber of 50.
lieginus at Nine.
The ceretloniei s illn tonol' of 11lh
(lily began this nlmorning shortly aflel
9 o'clock whein aI delegation of Slpan
ish War Vlterans Ilacedl flags atll
wrieaths on thil capstani of the bal
tleship Maine. blown up inll avalut
harbor in Flehbruray, 1t 9S, which cia
tastrolphe dlirectly caiuslld lith \iia
with Spainll. Siulllllltaneou)lsly a dole
gation visitled 1the Marcus t)aly nltolrl
ent o1)11 North Main i [treetl in front!
of the postloffice', wthere flowers v'ere
The lparade started witlh but litthle
delay, because of anrria tigeetlli
madlI for the mobilizatlion by lieut
Col. T. S. \Witherspoon, malrshal of
Line of lMarl'eh.
The line of mIarch vwas as followls.
East on Granite to Main, north on
Maill to D)aly mnonument, south ot:
Mlain to iBroadwaiy, east on lBroaidw;iy
to Wyomlling, south on Vityoming il
Park, west on tPark to Idaho,
north on Idaho to ]lroatl
way, east on Broadway to Main,
niorth on Main to Gr(anite, 'west o1:
f(rllanite to MontIana. soutlh otn Moln
tuina to 'ark, where the piaralde wal
tlis.nisse'd and those who delsiretld
boardedll cars for thel cemeteries.
At( IMont Mloriah centletly the (;
A. 1I. veterans of Lincoln post No. 2
nmet at thlie Irand(l Armliy plot, where
under the direction of Post ('oin
intlldller W. O. Mallahan, the inlneori
al services of the organization w\o'(l
held( wilt Chaplain .1. 13. Purcell of
ficiating, assisted by the ntllllt'b s of
thlie W'oln's Relief corps., he 1;ta1
i'as of the G. A. IR., Uoniteld oSpanis
War Veteran; and comrade:: of all
C irs selected by the various or
aniizations scattered flowveri oni tIlh
,raves of the soldier dead, a \vollet
was fired over the graves and tapl :
was soundeld. A silnialr ceremonyll
was repeated at the Caholitc cotmoe
'he reading of Lincoln's G i
burg addres:; was by Mliss Mae
Ar\l'rangementls for today's oh e'
ItICs we're in charge of the fIllo\t
con ni tt ees:
Genieral arrs ngcgtenllts comlimit,
- Charles S. \Warren, chairman; Si
ilion Halluswirt , trol'asuiler; ('lar;
()'Con nor, secr'et ary.
Grand army of the Icl-ublic, rci
ter of Lincoln post No. 2. - - Jol.
loyle. C. I. B.rinton. F'rank Bnrre'
John IBrannagan, Robert Carr, J.nli
I:orkwell, C. O). Fuller, Gilbert i:ngcel
Petter Green. Simton itaumsairth
Charles Ilowe, Charles F1'. liaiTinan, J
C. Jones, J. It. Jackson. Nelson 11
Moore, WV. O. Hallaahan, 1. 11. Mak
inson, Arthur O'Brien. (Cilbert Itich
ers. l-oln lr C. Smith, C. Ir. Shoenitkt.
er. Morris Sharpe. Patrick WV. Shohn,
C. M. Sholes, A. I[. Sieg, Johln Spilthlr.
JIailes Sweeney, Charles 1. Warren,
Thomas \V. Williams, Frank WVrtz
T. A. F'oster, John C. Hanley, C. 1,.
lHolnmes and J. II. Purcell.
Woman's Relief Corps ---Ruth Itiur
Ion, Marianna II. Rickey. Julia \\
Sheehy, Lenore Brinton, Delia i'cels
Josie Ilush and Mrs. F. P. Sterling.
ladist of the Grand Army of thi
IRepublic- Emma V. O'Brien. ,ati
tKnouff, Lucille 'Tanim, Adaline Atf
flech, Mary Kelly and Georgie Me
Sons of Veterans --Dr. It. C. Mona
han, Steve E'sterly, George S. Barn
hart, U. L. Monahan and Al HIaus
Ulnit ed Spanish War Veterans-- W
RI. Van Ortlen., George Osborne, A.
Erick, O. F. Grant, L. P. Sanders
and J. A. Spaulding.
Ladies' auxiliary, United Spanish
WVar Veterans Eva Van Orden, Hat
lie Owsley,, Rose Osborne. Sophie
G(rant. ('aretlla Grant and Cora Otis
Boy Scouts of America----R. C
World's War Veterans---Samn Adel
stein. E:dward lBassett. R. I. lBiggC.
Jalmes Fisheri andt G. F. 'Titmionis.
\Womien' a uxiliary. World's W\Var
Veterans M.rs. P. J. Tevline, Mrs. P'.
.1. Heanty and Mrs. I.. I). Garvin.
Programll colmmlittee, --- Woman's
Relief ctt ps. Mrs. Josie Bush, chair
man; L.in-.oltl post No. 2, Charles S.
WVarren; l.ad ies of thie Grand A\rnu?
of the ltpuiublic, Mrs. Georgie Mc
Pherson; Sons of Veterans, Ste 'e
Esterly; l'nited Spanish War Veter
ans, O. W. Grant; Ladies' auxiliary.
United Spanish WVar Veterans, Mrs.
IEva Van Orldln; Boy Scouti. of Amner
ica, Lewis N. Evans; World's Wal
V\'etrans. Ed Itouleau.
The Memorial day speakers--W .
W\. Walsworth, Charles F. Juttnu r.
Dan T. Malloy. A. Loney, Peter
Breen. Lewis N. Evans, Dr. Schwarti
anti Sami Adelstein.
No further program will be hell
until 8 o'clock this evening, when ex
ercises will be held in the auditorium
of the high school. The program for
this evening's event is as follows:
"America." audience; invocation,.
the Rev. C. F. Chapman; introduc
tion of C. 11. Leonard, chairman, by
Gen. Charles S. Warren; address. VW.
W. Walsworth; solo, Mrs. Rainville,
Mrs. Ella McGowan, accompanist;
address, Charles F. Juttner, United
Spanish War Veterans; solo, Mrs.
Flomuer; address, Peter Breen, Souns
King George Charges Us
$82,000,000 f or Saving
His Throne. Sclons Think
Price Too High.
Washington, May n. -Great
Britain':' bill for transii lig 1,000,
O100 Am\ rican soldious ;:- i': lthe
Atlantlic in its ships iL .:, ,ximtately
$82,l000,000O. This, f;I I,' fact
ith t President Vii,. , i advancedl
$.5,)c,0tt0 of his spll; i !ind --atnd
probabhly mlore- to lhi ' cz .cho-Slo
vaks, were the two I 'i, d wvelol)
nwnts of t oda'y's heaii, of S-ecre
alry Baker, GeneralI .irc and
t lier war diepiartment iI 'iials be
folre the Inilitary coli;( i , ie of the
"The I'residt nt assiir ,i Iwe of the
('zect'ho-SlovIk tcorps." '- G (eneral
.\Marchi, "frot money Oi (it disposal
'o the extent of $5,i ,1' l000i , and 1
hlink he has given thnii ;llotmlellts
.ince so that the ( ,.hlio-Slovaks
-oldl get armlls. The c !:urge was to
o iulitattely against. i ('Czetho
.lovttk country whir!h thi allies pro
tosid its ('tatlize in . inl . ii Europe
( is a regular debt.lng.
This is the first intlimai; tion con
tretss Iad ild Iiiof iatlVlai-es of lloney
ii thlie (zechlios from tii pre111 ident's
The British bill for I transportting
Atutilican troops caiuld httteatid dis
Ilrigadier-(G'neral liinos. director
if transptortalion, said (;Grea Britain
iriginally akcted $150i fori transport
lng iatlui soldi t Ii rit n tei , but the
'ost finally was rteildut d to $sl.75.
I'lirty-five trillitoin dollars already
Ilis b(n paid. t'IICongressm en aisked
'f thlie gteneral did inot Ilthink the
-ltige exces ive, Init ie riliiled he
b;elievedl thle ioati of ti'ransporting
,r tops in Anltrictan ships would turn
ti to I e higher.
BRITISH WAR RISKS
MADE HUGE PROFITS
Lend ' 0I yo.-w'ar insur ance,
as c rr' I;,, by the Britiish govern
Input t< <. " . some $85,0u00,000 net
ittitit "' 86ihI liiatio n's coffers, ac
°otring) "Sta report jus~ltiu made pub
Ic. 'lip (1h1* iteni of profit was, $80.,
000.5111 oni the l(hI8 1 of ritish
..;nhihuaurni Strarts . 'l'hb greatest
((os 55(11 $55,aftaciou on Itrt-itsli caii
¶70(8 Vhihi tile lt-ls(t1i8 5(1 ik, ' 'hi
1111(1 e 7 t5ll,0 Its pa8tdi( aIs iii
:[1,7. .5),00 a yvil lcitii o aid as p n
"'STARS AND STRIPES"
WIILL BE CONTINUED
r i'r reciilt by the l'ois-lintlli
,ecr hers, froi Prancl( , the Stir]
!till St liipes. the offiThil nws.pl r of
it Anoerican expeditionarry for1ees in
1'III li , will rIu',I 11(! t po ermanentI pub-ll )
licntin in ll I llnited Slates after its
last is. e abroad July 4. The paper
iblishIed under the direction
ir . newly-formed Ame-rican
B1ulletin BIoostsrs should patronize
of \'et('r ns; ldu t. ir:. (ray iand
-lilac .lel.cod; addrms, Dan T. Alal
loy. VWorld War VeteI'lrl ns; solo
"\Vi. nie th1e oys ('noie liome." Em
nIltt Ilailey; addre.s, COIlltlllndallt
A. n1.ey. Salvation Armily; solo
"ll aIl, I ymno of the Republic," Mrs
(lCeorig, Crowling; four-linute tallk
toy S-ounts of America, Lewis N
Evanls: lu1. art. .Mrs. Copious and
others, song. "When the Bells 01
Peace Are linging," Mrs. .Lilli:ar
lent-It, who sang for the R.ed ('rose
in France; remiarlks, )Dr. Ilaroli
5d lrI; rtz; "lI nknown Dead," S. iir
Adel-l in; closing song, "Star Spamni
gle, i lianne'r." audience.
Again at Your Door
210 EAST PARK ST.
IMdost Lavishly Ladies'
Trimmed Hats of the sea
son greatly reduced.
Ladies' silk and wool
dresses, ladies' and chil
dren's shoes. Visit this
sale of low prices at
210 EAST PARK ST.
BLIND SOLDIERS TOI
GET $1 7,50 A
WVashington. May 30O.---)ischarges
from army service were granted 67
soldier patients at the iroland PIar
institute for blind soldiers at Italti-I
more. Sonme of the discharged n1en
can see objects dimly, mlost of th'll
are totally blind, but all are blind 1i,
an industrial sense. T'he toial num
her of American soldiers blinded dur
ing the war is given as i 25. 'Fclh
discharged are awarded pensions of
$100 per month in addition to wa r
risk insurance payments of $57..01
peri mlon h.
Victoria Holy Rock
Lives at Pine Ridge
Rapid City, S. D., Alay 30.- A re
cc.nt is:ue of the Ogallala Light, the
monthly magazine of the Pine Ridge
Indian reservation school. near here.
give 55olIn names amlnlll g those listed
as students. Lizzie Shot to Pieces
is at the end of the list. Other iiamues
include Victoria Holy Rock, Mary
lirown Ears, .1llia. Afraid of Halwk,
.\lercy Yellow Shirt, Julin Crazy
CGhost, Emuia No Eat, Ella Red Eyes,
AlMalin ('hase Alone, Noath Itor:soe,
John Left IHand and Julia Stands
'pi. ()ut of 93 students attendinllg
the ichool, only foiur have Freinch
namioes and seven mines of English
Alaska Girl is Teacher
For Soldiers in France
Juneau. Alaska.--(lty Mail. )-A
former Alaska girl, liss IHelene
Moore, is teaching jouiiinalisim to
Ameri neii soldiers in France, ac
eording to letters re'ceived here, her
former ionce. The letters said Miss
:\ioore hal tobeen naeld ani instructor
ill jourllalliislll at Hlellllni e unliversity,
the largest educational illnstitltion
of the Amlnerican exlpeditionary forces
in France. Miss Mloore graduatlled
from the U'niversity of Washington
a!t Sea;ttle andii laler worl.ked for a
time in the Sound city. She went
overseals s ia h ut worker d(rling the
swar. She is Ihe daughter of )Dr. and
I11r. I II. Mooire, formerly of Skag
\way anlld Jllneau.
Use Bulletin want ads. They get
The Philadelphia People's Lyceum
1y '. I)WU.II
.\cc'ording to the plins of n coin
litlte ripret ntilng socialiit, organ
izatl ills anid lrog .ressivoe llliOlls,
Philatdelphliu, where "liberty first
drew its breathh " nllld the homle of
lihe first labor union,, operative
store, labor paily and labor paDer
in this country, is soon to have a
slplendidl $250,1001(0 peole's lyceumi.
It, is quite filting that in this city
wh(ere( the labor nlovemenlt was born
nearly a centurlly ago a mlodern ullp-to
date labor lemile should be built.
The lack of a celntrally loca.ted la
bor tepnllle, which has facilities for
cultlivating the spirit of solidarity
anld stlrengill, has been keenly felt
ht re. In fact, it lihas heen lprilliarily
respolsible for the poor shlowilng
madetl11 ill recent ye'ars by organized
labor in this city of nearly 2,01(11,1)1)0
Will Seat 2,000 People.
The specifications for thle l'eople'1
lyceumll, as tils new latbor temple
will be called, provide for all audi
oriumllll sealtillg 2,00()1), a );banquellt and
dance 11hall, numeroulls union halls alnd
offices, a gymnllasiunll andlil swinlnillg
pool .a restlaurant, book store, libra
ry anlld school rooms.
Thile propolsed People's lyceumll will
he a veritable fortress ill the strug
gle for democracy in Almerica. The
large auditoriuml ('1ll I he Iisedl for
strike, protest and nmass meetings.
as well as for lectures antl d open fo
rum mell etings. This alone is worth
the iprice of the entire building ill
these tilmes when ll ost of the large
halls are closed to socialist and radi
cal lalbor organlizations. The ban
quet anld dance hall will provide an
excellenllt place for social gatherinlgs
that prolmote the spirit of colmrade
ship and fraternity which is so es
sential to the success of the labor
movement. Well lighted and venti
lated iunion halls and offices accessi
Soldiers and Sailors
Back Organized Labor
(Special to The Bulletin.)
Spokane, May 30.---A tmieIting of
dlischarged soldiers and sailors was
held ill Sipokane and a Soiliers' and
Sailors' co nllcil was forted. 'I'he
following offi'ers were electIed: Ira
C. Green, president; Tom Ilaker, vice
president; t William .iy tl lId;, secrc
tary-treasurerl, and S. T. Crane, re
cording secretary. \'We are over the
top with (I n IeIbers anid are 1 lining
more up every day. We are affiliati
ating with the Seattle and Tacoma
(outcils. W\\ have adoplted the con
stitution aInt by-laws of these organ
izations. We are goillg on record as
backing organized labor. Togeth'ct
LONGS FOR WILHELM
(Special I'nitid Press s Vire.)
Berlin. May :1,. - It has been
learned thbat tih. Pan-German union
proposes to inltro!ucce in the national
assembly an invitalion to Wilhelm to
retiurn to Genillay.
H1. C. IlEILIGION DROPS
New York. May 30.-The Rev.
John Roach Straton, D. D., pastor
of Calvary [lapltist church, announced
that the church had voted unani
lously o, abolish the pew rent sys
tem, which has beten in Vogue since
the organization of the church.
JUNE 2nd TO 7th
S GORGEOUSAND 1
FURNISHED BY THE
Butte, Mont.-Jubilee Grounds-Butte-Mont.
S.1Y 1 (, ' SA\\ IT IN Till: IILULLILITI1N
DR. J. G. MYTHEN
The Eloquent Divine of Norfolk, Va.
In the High School Auditorium Next Sunday Eve
"Ireland's Right to Freedom"
A Fine Program. No Charge. Everybody We 1
come. The Meeting Will Open at 8:30 Sharp.
S.\Y YU1m S\l 1IT IN T''111 IIlLL:E'1'IN
ble fro inall iprts of the city will
Imake fl ' l] ly('elu a pit iu]) lar ;lgatheringll
pluce for thous iisi of w 'orkrl('. The
gylnulaini l. swimming pool and bil
liard parlor will perinit the workers
to0 (iijoy theuli elve ill an aitluos
pherel of omIlrnv[adeship and br) other
hood. '.h rexllitaurant for rIfresh
nlit.its duriing a ! evening of w rl 0r1'
p)leasurlll'e will of course' he popularl'.
The bo)ok stoler, which will offer
001books Ind periodi(cals on soci.l and
political sullbjects, will be a great
help in the edinational work of the
labor mlovemnt. A libralry with a
research 1 l)department will Ie invalu
able foi studlelnts, strike colnllititees
and luion officials. ('lass rooms for
a wolirkt'ers' school ihat will conduct
classes for the stud(ly of English, pub
lie spleakuing. piolitical scincl e and -
social scienllce as well as other sub
jecls of interest to lahor. will he an
impiortant feature o(f this Ilbuilding.
Stock Sales Brisik.
Thel People':s lyceum "drive conm
miiltte'' slaiirtcd May 15 la 3o0-day
campaign to raise $100,000, with
whichi o begin work on the build
ing. Over $150,000 worth of stock
has been sold during the first week
of the ('ciilii)aign.
This coltinendlahle lundertaking on
the part of the socialist and radical
movement of Philadetlphia is deserv
ing of the financial support of labor
throlighout America. The Philadel
plhiu conliradles have helped to buildl
the People's house and the "New
York Call" in New York city; they
have answered hlundreds of calls for
financial aid from socialists and
lother radicals in all parts of the
world. 'I'The timne hes now conoe when
they ask all lovers of dlelmocracy and
adlvocates of the cause of socialism
to assist themc in financing the build
ing of a People's lyceum, at 514
Walnut street, Philadelphia. Liter
ature descriptive of the building and
its lipurposes will be sent to all appli
cants upon request.
NC-4 IGNORED BY OUR
London. May 30.--News of the ar
rival of the American seaplane NC-4
at Lisbon in completion of her trans
Atlantic flight was entirely overshad
owed in mo:t of the London news
papers by the voluminous detailed
reports of the reception of Harry G.
Hawker and Lieutenant Commander
Grieve, together with the narratives
of British airmen. None of the news
papers columInent upon the American
DRYS WIN IN TEXAS
BUT SUFFRAGE LOSES
Dallas. Tex., May 30.-Late elec
tion returns ovrcam; e a lea I of more
than 3,000 in favor of woman suf
fl age amendment, and gave a major
ity of more than 5,000 against the
amendment. There are 51 counties
fronl which no word has, yet been
received. Prohibition seems to hlrve
Washington, May 30.--Creation of
a department of commercial exports
to stimulate the export coal trade of
the country was announced today by
the shipping board of Seattle. II. Y.
Saint of Seattle will be in charge of
the department and has called a con
508 WEST PARK ST.
I 'l" .'\\' .............. $2,25
9 No. Arizolna St.
Tie MINEIRS' HOME.
We niake a specialty of lunches
for miners and others. The best
of everything at greatly reduced
The Finest in Butte <
MAX VITT, Proprietor:,
205 W. Park-135 8. Main
The Progressive Shoe Shop
For first-class Shoe Repairing.
This is no second-hand cobbling
shop. First-class work only.
1721 Harrison Ave.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
WHY GO UP TOWN?
We carry a full line of grocer
ies, vegetables and fruits in
Phone 242 1204 E. 2nd St.
ferenee here Thursday of coal pro
ducers, shippers and exporters to dis
cuss the export situation.
SAYS WAR DEPT.
Chey.ne. WVyo.. May 30. -
Charges of discrimination in favor
of eastern over western soldiers and
of unfairness in the dealings of the
war department with western men
are contained in a letter sent by
Gov. Robert D. Carey of Wyoming
to Secretary of War Baker and made
public yestcrday by the government.
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