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In the district court of the Second
Judicial district of 1h1 state of
Montana, in and for the county
of Silver Bow.
Larry Duggan, plaintiff, vs. Susan
The ;t ate of Montana sends greeting
to the above named defendant:
You are hereby summnnoned to an
s5,er the complaint in this action
which is filet in the office of the
telrk of this court, a copy of which is
herewith served upon you, and to
file your anewer and serve a copy
thlreof upon the plaintiffts attorney
within 20 days after the service of
this sumimons, Ixclusije of the day of
Crt ice; and in case of your failure to
appear or answer, judgment will be
taken against you by delault , 'it the
relief demanded in the complaint.
G(,tral St.etmnent of the Nature of
Plaintiff alleges for a caice cf ac
tion against the defendant that plain
tiff, on or about the 2"d dhy of Oc
tober, 1918, at the defendant's sp -
cial instance and request, performed
services as an undertakr'r and em
halmer upon the body of dfo ndant's
husband, and furnished a casket and
other undertaker's naterial:; for th i
burial of the raid body, and that he
buried the sauie; that said servicer,
together with the material furiiislhed,
were of the re:sonable value of two(
hundred forty-one ($241) dollars;
that defendant promised to pay the
same, and has not done so.
Plaintiff prays for judf,mnn i in the
auto of two hundred furty-one
($2.11) dollars with interest at the
legal rate of eight per cent per an
nunm fom the 23rd day of October,
1918, and for costs of suit.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said court this Cth day of June A. I).,
OTIS LEE, Clerk.
Nolan & Donovan.
Attorneys fo Plaintiff.
308 9Lewienhn Bldg., Butte, Mont.
(First publication June 7, 191 9.)
SUMMONS BY PUBtLICATION.
In the District Court of the Second
Judicial District of the State of
Montana, in and for the County of
Christine Andrews, Plaintiff, versus
William C. Andrews, Defendant.
The State of Montana Sends Greet
ing to the Above Named Defendant:
You are hereby summoned 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 ais ter a-l ld serve a copy
thereof upon the plaintiff's attorney
within twenty days after the.setrice
of this summons, exclusive of the
thay of service; and in case of your
failure to appear or answer, judg
tient will be taken against you by
default, for the relief demanded in
the complaint. This is an action for
divorce. The complaint a.," ges
That plaintiff and defendant inter
married in 1 he city of Iisinarck,
North Dakota, on or about the 16th
day of July, 1917, and ever since
have been and now are husband and
wife. That the tlaintiff is now and
has been a bona fide resident of the
State of Montana for more than one
(1) year last past, and immediately
ireceding the commencement of this
action, to-wit: the 22ii day of May,
1919. That1 there was no children
as issue of said marriage. That the
defendant has been guilty of extreme
cruelty upon and towards this ptain
tiff as follows, to-wit: that shortly
after said marriage and many times
since then, threatened to beat this
plaintiff and do her great bodily
barm; and shoifly after said iair
riage and many times since then,
has repeatedly made false charges
and insinuations against, the chastity
of this plaintiff, and accused her of
being an unchaste woman and faith
less to her marriage vows; that dii
ing the time of said marriage de-1
fendant at various times broke out
in- fits and unconttol of temper and
called this plaintiff indecent and un
muentionable names, all of which said
acts have caused this plaintiff grevi
ous' mental suffering, and tll of
which said acts were without the
slightest provocation, justification or
excsi on the part of said defendant.
and all of which said acts anti
course of conduct, justly and un
reasonably were of such a nature as
to destroy the peace of mind and
happiness of this plaintiff, and has
defeated the proper and legitimate
objects of the marriage relations,
and has rendered the continuance ofd
the marriage relations between the
plaintiff and defendant perpetually
unreasonable and intollerable to
Witness my hland and the seal of
said court this 22nd day of May,
A. D. 1919.
By E. A. ROULEAU,
Kerr Beadle, Attorney for Plaintiff.
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Hatred of Capital for Mooney Clear
RI PIIESS ( OIIMITTEE.
One thing that explains the bitter
hatred of the profiteers against, our
persecuted brothers, Thomas J.
Mooney, Warren K. Billings and
their f(llow martyr', is that fact
that they are UNION men. They
are not. merely card-cat tying, dues
paying and what the unthinking
element .ou(ld term1 itonee ti men,
blundering along through life like
so many ttnfot'rtunal'ly do, without
any kniptose in life. Oh no! if that
was all they were its a 100-to-1
chance they never woelt d have beer
molested and, like so tmany others,
would have passed nitnoticed in the
crowd. Wh1en ally Iii'e< of (lirty
work is plt pet rated. either by some
brainless idiot or by Omite sinister
capitalist clique, tile fotrier the
product and ritt n fruit it it diseased
social system like tle prIsent titoe.
the latter to further the nefiriois
secret schemes of special intersits
and to discredit the good construc
tive work of file workerts' unions, it
is the fashion to iimt'tdiately de
Snounce the unions and union inen
and try to create the falso impression
that the leadoers or prominent men
in the 11nions5 are invariably a hunch
of heartless criminals.
Need of Edutcation.
The very fact that such false pre
oeditated and toi t igeous insiniua
tions itd willful lits s til goel a hear
ing, eiin among deluded workers,
proies, whait a dsiperate need there
exists within the rank1 of the work
ers for more sound working-cliss
education. The more intelligent, in
dustriouis and efficient a working
class leader or organizer prove hiti
!;elf to ie, the more dangerous does
the work become. The beo l proof
of this can easily be found in the his
tory of the labor movement. This,
of course, is no surprise to the think
ing workers. In fact if it were not
CI tre would be little use of point
ing out the CLASS nature of socity.
The diabolical outrages perpe'
trated on the working class from
time to time by the privileged profit
classi and their degenerate hirelings.
and the present Mooney case is just
one of many similar incidents in the
evolution of society from a class
form to that of a FIIEE form of so
ciety, is in itself the best proof of
the hostile class natture of the cot
minity we exist (not live) in. Apart
from the I \IAIN economic mainspring
of society, the anthropololtient and.
liological factors are miitiity imputr
tant ones, toi.
L ( 'nin Priov'e i'avageiins'ii.
You can easily prove Itois for youi
self by accidentally stepping on the
pet corn of your moest peaceful friend.
Instantly he will flare up and call you
names that would make a bulcko mate
blush with envy. He nimeely acts in
accordancc with well-known biologi
cal laws -the savage survivals--in
his animal carcass, though of course
he could not say lAMN in polite so
ciety if he is a thoroughly re hpec
able boureois-mlicnied orthodox citi
zen. This proof of our aniual an
cestry and lowly origin explains to
a great extentt te fecocity, brutality
and selfislititiss of the child-exploit
nrs and enemies of progress, the
superfluous i1ai ite class and their
The siun total of all their cruel
ties and injustices, however, only re
sults in a furt her consolidation of the
forces, of labor, whiih are destiieo
in the et'fnomii1; nattrne of i i' ttti'''; Ii,
uitimiately dominate the wiorild. and
judging from the work bling done
already in Russia and ti-i ngai'y, with
lie ohlter European nations soon to
follow, it 'on't be long now before
the cowardly horde of non-producers
are forced to do some useful work,
forced to stop preying on the' log
suffernig aiid over-patieiit Working
The capitalist class have nothing
aill nit the workers if they confine
their discussion of unionism to such
subjects as the Americain union, thi.
union of the Ilritish empire, the vari
ous unions, the ancient and hon'r
able craft union and oiter perfeitly
respectable unions. So remember,
fellow slaves, that if you want the
boss to smit iln you, don't dare dis
cuss any form of unionism that
might displease lawn 1). or J. P. 1l.,
or you will be classed as a criminal
anarchist, a socialist, an . LW. W.
or a bolshevik.
Now that we have stopped them
hanging Mooney and tlie others, let
us get busy and MAKE them release
them unconditionally. P1eiienieber
that your own safety will he imo
perilled if you waste your time do
ing nothing to help, and don't forget
that the eyes of the property vul
tures are watching us to sen if we
intend to do anything to release
Mooney Fourth of Jutly.
hept Pres.; hunk.
About a month ago the capitalist
papers all over the country heralded
the glad "news" that the Itutuninui
had captured Budapest, the capital
of Hungary, and that now every
thing was fine and dandy, as the in
telligent forces of "law and order"
were now in control. tela Kun had
been caught "eating a newly-killed
and fresh-roasted baby." the same
diet that Lenine and Trotzky are
supposed to be so partial to, when
they are not busy "stabbing old
women in the back." That such de
liberate lies and bunk can be printed,
circulated and believed by many of
the feeble-minded in a supposedly
free country is indeed a sad refle'
tion oi1 our prevailing standard of
thought and ideas, which are, of
course, merely the ideas of the pres
ent ruling class, and in no wise the
real ideas of the genuine working
Recent reports frin eastern and
middle states indicate an over
whelming majority of unions in fa
vor of the general strike Fourth of
July to free Mooney and brothers.
Local 46, Electrical Workers' union,
voted for the strik", Iwo to one. At
Astoria a large end successful
Mooney mass meeting was held last
Sunday, at which Mrs. Greenhalgh
was the principal speaker, and need
less to say with such a popular and
efficient person in command, the
meeting was a hiig success, both
morally and financially, over a hln
dred dollars being cheerfully donated
by the generous Astoria folks. For
a small town like Astoria this is re-'
markable, and perhaps the virulent
persecution of the brave Finnish edi
tors of "Toyeri," recently sentenced
to two years in the hotastile for (tar
ing to express their ideas, mitd snlte
thing to do with the tine showing.
l Fear not. brothers. every dirty piece
of work t tey're doing against us
these dect.d.'rt days (till react ott
theta a hundred fold.
(Continued From Page Une.)
drawn. 'I he reseltion alo ;s t . I 1'n
an inster flitl he lie 1, run t
the iclrai 1u'Iý sainft-hrgaiainig,
li ei Police Sii ag 1ii tls.
('ottiradi iooit whis elici all eni
phatic and i('II' i-d tlun 11ni u11al -
hiua se when" he th'ull nd('d t1 at ti:,
talie rettain tit ditty anti iI it'
;uslcd to ,ell their birthnr hti! during
the pr( sent crisis. ,
Polic(" Have1 P'rov'en1 L~ytl.
Comrade En~th~io snid thew returned
nit-i knew twihat loyalty inttitt. 'Thei
Iii it tt itonstlraild their loyalty at 111(
front ilt ordtr that gi-ritnientis
aight continue to exist. Tue hulic(
had likewttie tt d olonsintled Ilh ir lo;
alty: in flat. mnitiy of titns wtere r-
ltu ed nttl . The 1i(t-itt r niii t L d ;t
chanci to 1ti monstrate liet louau 1:,
backing thl poltte.
The return.d men utere out foi
law and order. The police and (ion,
all they comli In tir-scrie-t atit
(nrder. They (tier v d eat, idcrntitom.
It was all in1ult to the police to ;!a
lillen toi soll their h~irthrin 1h1 esp,
Cially V t tltis t the.
l ick o f Dilly- D)allying.
Comrade aiathie euni tlded that
this was a time i r acttion not talk.
There had1( been tau muc~h dilly-dlally
itg in this titt:tuu. Thl e i ltrlied
inert lyore anxiou'4 for a setlll-ent
giving all a scitare di t.
Press ('ampaign Deeply lItente(d.
The attitude of the prn s was not
Better Late Than Never
BE PATIENT--JUST TWO
helping to effect a settletent. Th
returned men would be genilenae:
antl not descend to scurrilous; pot-sot
alities as th" prest had done. Tt:
would li;k the premier to think wita
die boys had done in France, to con
sider 1his acrifices they had matd
As for thte, they would continue ti
ho soldiers and gentlemin.
Vlag Incident ExNplained.
Comtrade Ilray referred to the on
fortunate incident at ti1e opening o
the meeting. The man wearing th
flag had a son who had been o e
there. It was inladvisable to weal
flags at this time because the met
who had foughi to defend it weio
determined that no skul hers shone
hide behind it. They det;pised th.
action of the conunittee of 1,0i0 is
trying to hide behind the flag. (Crie.
of "Crime! Crime!") and use i
against mten who were fighting fot
justice and a living wage.
The boys, said Comrade Bray, wan
you to represent the people and no
that bunch of financial barons in Ila
Manufacturers' association. In ad
*lition to our further demands w(
want you to withdraw your ultimat
itt to the telephone girls.
No-ri-i `evercly Heckled.
Premier Norris said he was wear
ing a flag, not because he represent
ai any faction, but because hI
;iought tihe flag reprisented all
classes (a voice:-"It is being prosti
ttted by a faction.") It is the satn
slag as yours. (Another voice:--"Ge
at with thel -trike.") I1r. Norris a
sorted that his sympathies were witl
labor. lie ittati conveyed to the re
porters the message of the returned
mlten that they resented the pres
tinmpaign of misrepresentation. lil
wanted true and fair statements. It
Itat( told the city council w1;at the
oltdirs thought about the ulimiat
utni to the police. He understood that
representatives of the Railway Broth
e rhoods were even now trying to got
itntployes and employers together
with a view to settlement.
Send,; Soldiers to City Hall.
Mr. Norris said the police affair
was beyond his control. The soldiers
hould put it up to the city council.
(Cheers and shouts of, "we will").
The government had met the
wishes of the returned men in many
things. He was sure would not
he unreasonable. It l lnpossi3le
to promise legislation i collective
bargaining immedial T*ie govern
1nent would have to t mt its pow
or. At the reqltuest t 1pr sentia
tives of the Railro: .11irlioods
he had written Mil' :ri t, i.yall
and Warren 51A gi' lhit they
mleet their employr I °i gli the
mediation of those r, t
Gov eanent Oppied 3,i opatlhetic
II,, announced the 'im patihet
t strike Must he e; of 1,hoore
lie government ((3 : (ltul
OtrOii g and shout; . , I off I1l
committee of 1,000 1
MKr. Norris con(tut 13 I I lie str ike
ii as palled off the t' ,. lw t woull
101 all its energies w 33i l dispute;
: voice: --soft so3p 3 , 'i golriit
It had taken thi !i 1hat there
till1° ie no s ill t h, I3 iil l:)
public ilitiesThey had ottemIpted 3*id -1c .
condition as this i, i i inl ti rial
iondi t'io s hill. If '. !lie 01iuld
ith i influence 1, , i
;. ik III an get the 1-d and !:cha
iiOitttil t0 Ii l~ltlltl it I 31111 0 l iii'
Olci131iI tineil toi: 3iilieil. I, :ri ii.
lInd strii l couni l , i i. o l l 1
i rould se that i - ilim w3 re 1, I. :"
o ne, and proceedin!; pu hed. tIll.
,,l No! No!! No! !! 1.
We ar. in sy. pa( I - l;ith 1lbor1 rei
pealed l 1 prelmie1.
Question:---"11lo1 a111t I1se 1Po1 t1l
I i t(ployela t
(ui eti oin: Hlow :13bfut it1 . l
\Ir. Norris:---' "Ti r it no ll;
tnatumu in that coin caw .
Qunestion: -- 0 lot, :tw t lt;, fitre
MIr. Norri:;:- "They are milder th
ch ii jurlisdiction."
"I 11:\e stated my own"'. I h:;c
told you whalut il'e're ;win;; to i
(.Rhotli ol:--- "nothiin:, :t d "....1111
'ontlrade \loore dcprercat( d pt-to
alitics and said tint tho plrnli,"1
an--it"r \I'as very un151tdo fueloiy. Th ii
wanted something done'. It' the tgoi
crnment insintcd tlutt the sym'opathet
c strike Sat he called off thi strike
colild last another six ionlths. They
Fantod the l tri l settled on the hi
S of the right of collictive bturgaio
ng and a ,toce it living wage. El
lryone who oplitsed these things wa
nolonging the strike. He was going
iway disalpointitd. (Cries of :--- ;W"
If the syniipatholic at ritke was
alled oe. thi- committee of 1,000
.vould "ay they hld Won.
"Call ol tilie coi milittie of 1.000,'
ontinuid 'omritde Moore amid teat
(remier Shllui I heconsider I )evisioj
Comm(,a Ba -ford got the floo
Ind asked the premier to reconside,
(is de'ition. ia rei turned soldiers
who had upheld constituted author
ty, they had al!) ;ied to ((instil utei
iuthority in a conmst~ituted waiy. Tit
1ale conf<l rae- had endorsed col
t etive bargain jng (1ndi tleti were ask
ng P'rem~i4r Norri;: to rail a special
session of 11h I :' cisituore a:1ii! prom
se to introdu."' ;t bill d'';ling witl
Sipinelt. s inie. at 01 1a1.1.
Comrada t "I ilric said tt Norrit
overnmje'nt h.i l h mlpedmt i taodcl that
m(1(1r1h of spi.A .s eliascOulated nii
lies at rti'ni and they might nob
12t buE&y aun int some u itgte r inte
hein or lie Ip to gt them nut of tlW
way. Furi (armore, he sail, the got
'rnme~nt it , Ti houild stop paying
scab" ve ;cd i1: cmk en a mode.
One Ti~lnandm Want Mi artiaI Law.
Comru, 1 ain concluding, at
DANIELS & BILBOA
Ulndertatkers and Embalmers
1215 Eal t Patrk Sr., Butte. Phone 881,
Residenec !'hone 4317-W.
Auto assI carrinae Equipment
Rollable U'nde'rtaker and Embalmer
iadY %.**h Malan Street
t serted that thri wire sorry nothing
! had been accomtplijslihe. Thti solMier.l
wanted this strikt i I i t i atisftrtor
- ily. They had tought tir dniocrncr
- and had returnd itc find :an dio
c ratie commtittc'i of Limit Irvin- to
s rtin the city.
IThe city wit nn in putt ing
their ultinitutint i tothe police at this
iti e. He beli-t(d 111c conunittee of
1,(10 ( wanted io get the I ire i tf the
streets and put ln it ill I aiyonets on
thmill. The retu n aliiii 'n'ii LI uLld not
stand for this. Th" It i nijittee of
1,000 mu1 t he d Itiroycd tleafflning
Mardch to Pity hall.
After the meeting with \l r. Norris
l the soldiers marritued to hin lit v hall
I and iswarmed into thi' chaniber. 'The
(lcouncil watt in :a siin. hut at oncil aiL
- jouiiLi and Mayor te s al nt ilri
to address thi' vast criiidt. Litiastlc -tL
Iturned inen, from the ter hacll 'ti ps.
The meeting wvas decidth ti-ornili.
4te--. lirmni I ouncil' P'wilion.
The nlily"Or insi:-t d1 that 01!I :II el t
'7' I!, lo mt~lpallth Ihe .'trile' onl
ptitlie utilities. ie' was -rinii , I
st ~nd or fill by iluIt dit ilion.
(Situtt of "1 ii tign! tii nt o.' l i ii
c ill frill"1. iii was finaslly hoocd
into the itil hall.
't, Police ('litiatumn.
h ii teas no multtitatunmi to the ptr
lic', .i ti I Maxor Gray. "()It. Oh.
iouted Ithi crowd. The rti psin-ita
tiis of II, th iinning 'Traitiadcs ii
11. ton-il it i with the police nd.
ing to i tl 1 114 ( it i i ii tin t.
-hi' iat" itade it LLm ry pltn in t aii
it. Wante~d no intollowlcec tilth It!
('ouh tcil't sillo ti-v ition.
Smaroal tctrteturnlmn addresc
thl. inc clira; goiter overt muchil (11
liii80 ground as aril i-ni rod in ith
bIi lr'.:!t tc i mbt r. 'There wats no
inti cingi l mlLiti era. It Sil t t rtaigtii
talk frnon throng and di-tcrinini-i
liiun. It was pointid out ilui the
ouncil had put ittl in a ridiculotu
position in po uiing a ruiotltion ie 1i
tvr' of colli' ltive butrtaining; :nd 111, i
recducintg its ownr ctmploye; to Ithe lct'
<1 of' t;lat,
I OlllfafO '111nt0 annou0n11ed thatl
lhc had t tuited t11e poitoff'ice and land(
seen their sign Mail for Lu. ii
Men Only." li Ii ws ulei to ikow nlu
were the ciitizens.
Alderiten Q(ieen and 1leaps idI
dressed the t'a hering li loot wii
Police I'itimuml tinuspended.
It was aininocei later uthat Ith
ultimnattum to he police futd been
slspended until next. Tue' day.
Soldiers W1ill .March again.
The retiri d men will wait oil
Premier Norri'i Mond iay morning at
lie saim hour. T hey wi)
'o daily intIil their demiii nids :nr
ruanted. HThey will also march on
hle co intilloo of 1,000 and the ciin
hall is likely to see theia 'g in unles,
he slate pact is wihidrawn ,'rout all
the employes. They sas y openly that
this is not the thing they foiugt Ir'
and They till nol stand for it any
wlier' in the citi..
N ter h. ifI lot ;as \innipeg tee
such a moo-nuý r. Tb . :oldiers; am"
the VIolk 'r.; arn- t:it'd into a solid
(Continued From Page One.)
without aiy reasoil whatsoever 't In
Iis Harrington, Chleii's Weiss and
Frank Ale' ie.
VII 'Thit on the :,hove said 24)1h
day of A:l 'ii, 1919, the said Edward
Morrissey entered the polling plalc
of ward M, precinct A of the city of
Butte, Mouitani, and without c05nsl
or reason ejected fromi the said pdll
11g place Mrs. William Seymour,
Mlrs. William I ((aky who were a1
the tini acting as watchers and
checkers in the above said polling
VIII That on the 29th day il
October. 1915. the said Edward Milor
rissey comminitted an assault upon
one John toyle in the following
That he threw the said John Boyle
down a flight of stairs leading from
the office of 1lii police department
down to the said jail, and when the
said John Boyle was in the jailer's
office being seirched for valuables,
during which time the said John
Boyle was forced to hold his hands
above his head, Edward Morrissey
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11i deit~is. $25 Ito $50(13 t 'wi-'
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(hilo ti mi t; company, 1)i p t. Lt _1.____ _ _ _ _ _ _
Omtha, Ný h.
R3iOtM furnished cottage. 1125
FOR SALE S -- i
IX i ItA fine duitble-deck show case,
12 fo1t og, 19 lights o a V THOUSAND WORKERS
;itn fr le d tl 5e13itfi l tio iiail wanted to buy $5 worth of aock
ixtlres for ;:tie. Good loeation for ll The Bulletin Publishing Co.
t.ito tie and repair shop; cheap
irent; imuediate possession. Call at MONEY TO ' OAN
321 E. Patk at.
a2 -AC' I farm; 5 miles from Nor CT YOU it MONEY at 3 per cent on
ris; 2to0 are ; tillable; 51 ae, (initndis, watches, jewelry, Lib
iroke; fttnced; good bhare, house and arty tontls. Move Linz, Upstairs
other iilrov-3ements; horses antl Jeite01'. Two entrances --Main and
tilrl taliipm3ent ; giid : tprings; wil ti rolludwai y.
sacrifice for (luickc sale; further par- -----
ticnltrs. Owner, Fred Snowball, Nor- MONEY LOANED on diamonds,
ris, Mont. watches, jewelry and Liberty bonds
at a reasonable rate of interest. The
IlTTI. SIX 13uick; A. I aionit ii 'i1 Old Reliable. I. Simon, 21 N. Main.
iltnden ratio, call frott I p. I13. 1(, MONEY advanced on Liberty bonds,
it. n1. 1327 Missouti aver diamonds, watches, Jewelry and
other articles of value; square deal.
i'Olllt 11)0115 of good furniture in People's Loan office, 281/ E. Park.
tit m house, close inrems; a bargain. Furnished
611) W. lrottatdway. - Room
JEWELRY and second-band cloth
ing for sale at Uncle Sam's Loan
Office, 11 S. Wyoming street. TWO NICE, clean, large, pleasant
:1-I;O--_______ las--nI;dnll o- futrnishedl boustsIe'tping rooms;
no:r t t>l ils- if sold thit wish. cttvW littt; sunny; close in. 507
t~t 1)11; 32 t i' 011 hm OO W. Glalensa.
2325 Princetoit ave. -- - _
WViTE Leghorn, at ;15 i dozen. I'ER31ANI NT or transient; clean,
The tGreol Coop, tttreie blocks east light roosts, $2.StI per week and
of 13lie Avoca. til. 1)er(tilly blk., 3S E. Mercury st.
2-I'1'll barber shop, old astan, AUTOMOBILES
long lease; cheap for (ralh. 1:31,%
\' tIo 3 1f1 .1 FOR SALE
I W1('I11 btby tuggy, gray, r'
versible; in good condition; theua3, 1914 1 1IC, delivery body; self
I'hone 5134-\WV starter, lighting system; in fine
- -- - - condition. You should see this car.
n 1st-I 3 anti 13l and furniture for Smith Machine shop, 401 S. Wyom
i ,. $;l00 ta'll. Inqluire ,121. tug.
l)AIIIY FOR SALE-Al, centrally TONSORIAL
located. Snap. Phone 5790-W.
ONE SIAll1-. weighi about. t-1, I HAVE your children's hair cut at
pou1d11, helap. nos 13allatin M. E. J. Swaidner's barber shop,
13:1% W. Broadway.
5(1 Y) i I'N Rthode Island RedTtt'ils_
281)01 Ii rtison ave. TIRES AND
REAL ESTATE VULCANIZING
WHIY not save money. Have your
tires retreaded, made good as new
AC1 . X I IS, 1 " Illiles for half price at the American Vul
Wl\Vorks, 1101/. W. Granite. Phone
0 slttrd' Nit. I. (' lin', t1(35. Goodrichl Tires and Accessor
w\'( l: $'?,ru(( cn;ill. Aptjly Vits. itll & Etzei.
1FURNITURE FOR SALE
l-lIlOM house ot two loft, a bar- Itt ccltNtITttI let hliselt 14 1nn
gain. Apply ewner, 1945 S. Wy- iii l tiil ltllt. et.14 en
ostirg st. Phoce 5403-J.-______
- SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
CLEANERS AND DYERS -
\MERI1CAN Dyeing & Cleaning Wks
1341 Harrison ave. Phone 131. 1E 1TliiAT dhoiney' repaited before
SECOND-HAND GOODS lii ii raI- alnd ils notitoy Fire
WANTED Imit Ii'J. Il. Itlitlen, 1619 sherosms
liIltIIEST PIttCE paid for uld clo~thWA
itg, slites, bats, trutsks, tools. WA TED
'iitte 3 5 57- W. - -.-. . . . . . ....
- '\NTI' - - Cliittiburmies. Apply
TRANSFERS 121 5. wyttitttg el.. Hello.
-XIPIlSSM.XN S headiptar tes. Mx- fli'm lilttts 4nlut-F-2.'otn a
prelstuetn wvhi- you want thetm-_______________________
laitti 640-I .1. Pianos Tuned and Repairee
ItUIIOLPHI 'TRANSFER CO. Phone
2711 or 2749. GiIYON. (100 5. Clark Ave. 6585-J.
again aissaulted the said John lBoyle
by striking hini in the fact', luisen
ing s5'verul It't'ih and cutting the
'ilgn of the said John ntovi'.
IX Tthat on or about the 10th
day of June, 1917, the said Edward
1Iorriscic'y without any e(n'iut what
!oever assaulttd one Edward llMulli
I;:n, that tli said Mulligan was
placed in jail be said Edward hor
rissciy, but w:, released by the said
d iwa d Morrissey shortly thereafter.
'hat the said Edward Morrissey
when releasing the said ldward tMul
.igan from the above said jail held
t gun in his left hand said gun be
:ng pointid it tihe said Edward Mul
ligan and the said Edward Morrissey
hiaving on his right band brass
cnuhcloi, assalted the said Edward
tiulligaic Wit l the said brass
inuckltsi i'radturing the jaw of the
said Edward Mulligan. That the
said tssault was Committed without
lni provocation or cause whatsoever.
X That froll the 20th day of
March, 1919, up to the 28th day of
Matcb, 1919, while the said Edward
Morrissey was in an intoxicated con
dition he assaulted and teat his
wife, the late Katherine Morrissey
most outrageously and indecently,
almost daily. That the said actions
of the said Edward Morrissey were
contrary to the laws of the state of
Montana, and to the rules and regu
lations of the police department of
the city of Butte, and because of
the acts herein mentioned. the said
Edward Morrissey has shown that
he has been guilty of brutality, of
misconduct in his office, that his
conduct is unbecoming a gentleman
or a police officer of the city of
.Butte, and that due to the position
that he holds in the police depart
ment, he is a dangerous character,
a menace to the citizens of Butte,
and is unfit to act as police officer
in any capacity whatsoever.
DAVID H. WITTENBERO,
MRS. VILLIAAM SEYMOUR,
THOMAS J. BEAKEY,
MRS. THOMAS J. BEAKEY,