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SPORTS OF ALL SORTS
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM FAR AND NEAR
By 11. C. HIAMILTON
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
New York, June 23.--Branch Rick
ey, Ipresident-manager of the St.
Louis Cardinals, will get little conso
lation this year from the recollection
that he submitted to the demand of
s:tockholders, and turned Jack Hend
ricks out of a major league job.
lickey undertook job of running the
club when Jack went back to Indian
apolis. The result was hardly stuc
c.:isful-unless oiie calls success the
art of keeping the Cardinals station
ary in their usual place in the stand
ings-far down in the second di
IticCkey undoubtedly didn't have
any hallucinations regarding the
Cardinals. Without question Rickey
had no false ideas of the club Hend
ricks was unable to lift from the
depths. He undertook the manage
nlent simply with the hope that he
would be able to build to better
things. And he certainly has a hard
One of the first things Rickey did
was to make a swap with the Phila
delphia club that sent D)ouglas Baird,
third baseman, to Jack Coombs. In
ret'urn he got Milton Stock. Stock is
nIot aI better bell player than Baird,
who is one of tile best base rulnners
in the National league and a very
good hitter. Stock will outhlit Baird
in all probability, but the exchange
So far as the naked eyes call see
there is no betterment in tilhe Cardi-'
llti.s of a year ago, with the possible
except'tionl that the retulrn of Jack
liller to an infield position will have
i -;toeadying effect in the ball players
who were running things in high
:antlded fashion at St. Louis.
The Cardinals have a weak out
field, a weak infield and a bad pitch-Il
ing staff, save in a few spots. Alike
Gonzales declined to play with Rickey
again has been disposed of, but even
with the Cuban gone, Rickey still
maintains one of the best of big
league back-stopping departments.
In Marvin Goodwin, Rickey has an
excellent pitching pr'ospect. Bill Deak
and ll ee Meadows are still calpable of
molIst cred(itable pIelrfo'rmlances. This
will be the easiest department of the
club to build, for Rickey is uncannily
Slrol g on llncoverinlg phenomlenal
slatb artists and probalbly is using all
hiis sCOuting WOels to uncllCOVer 801110
\\Whcn Ricky put across the deal
thalt will seild JohIn Lavan to the Cl'r
dinals h11e accomplished a neat stroke,
for Lavan is ia grand ball pllayer and
a iman Rickey picked from the col
leg; lots. But he will have to be shift
ted from the shortfield unless Rickey
tdcides to mllake Ibogers Hornsby into
solll(thing else, for Hornsby anld tile
Cardinal s.ohrtstopping job are prac
Chiropractic, the science the hu
man family has been seeking for
ages. It secures results after all
(otlher systems have failed. It re
mlloves the caulSe of disease. .1. 1).
Long and IB. W. Long, 126 Penn
sylvania building. Phone 4077-W-
M'CARTHY, BRYANT & CO.
317 319 E. Park. Phone 1011.
No. 5 Ibox soda ackertls .......... .75
:-lb. can )lay Day cfcf ( .....i .$1.33
1.hite Hoiuse coffee, lb........... -1
08-ll. (Climax Dakota flour N7.00
\' are senllin, Lyons*ts' IBent and
IT("x flour for l'oss ttan wh.o!esakl
()ur b)est tas, bhla(ckl or 3 Igreen,
oily, lb . .. ........................ 75(
3.11). can 31. J.. Ii. coffe .....$2.;:3
S\ it''s Prllemiumll hlill , 1) ....... -; (
1) bIars Swilft's Pride soap ......3 ).
-1,. can grape jelly...............it
JOHN J. M'CARTHY,
7 S. MAIN ST.
'i il ' lii y li).hssessir
Ta'eO . hCOME AGAIN.
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ki 11 )1 Several fa11 ln
YOU COME BUT ONCE
TOSH COME AGAIN.
Howard sh s Foster shoesir
slit 1 s ill the lIt l. nili() w e
fiil \-)1l reI' a.r- I lel s. )I' f lhe
Ii'l'i'iiullies oIl' the fo olt.
SHOES FOR WORK.
Howard & Foster shoes
Walton shoes for the
boys and girls.
The One-Price Shoe Store
43 E, PARK.
STANDING OF CLUBS
NATIONAL LEAGUI E.
Won. Lost. Pet
New York .......... 33 16 .673
'incinnati .......... 21 19 .620
Ptteburg 22... .569
Chicago .... .........27 24 .529
Brooklyn ..... ..... 24 28 .462
St. Louis 22 28 .440
Philadelphia .......... 16 29 .356
Boston .. . 15 31 .326
\Von. Lost. Pet.
New York ............... 29 16 .644
Chicago ................. 32 18 .640
Cleveland .............. 31 18 .633
St. Louis ................. 4 21 .500
Detroit ................ 2:1 26 .469
Boston ......... 25 .444
Washington ............ 1S 20 .375
Philadelphia ....... 13 33 .2 3
WVon. Lost. Pet.
St. Paul . ......... 32 17 .653
Louisville ............... 30 18 .625
Columbus ............. 24 20 .545
Indianapolis ......... 26 22 .542
Kansas City ......... 24 23 .511
Minneapolis ........ 20 26 .435
Milwaukee .............. 20 29 .408
Toledo .............. 12 33 .267
Won. Lost. Pet.
,os Angeles .......... 47 29 .618
Vernon .............39 32 .549
San Francisco .......40 37 .519
O)akland ............ 37 36 .507
Salt Lake ............... 34 34 .500
Sacramento . 32 37 .464
Portland ............ 32 37 .464
Seattle ................... 24 43 .358
New York, 3; Cincinnati, 4.
Brooklyn, 1; Chicago, 8.
Pittsburg, 7; St. Louis, 6.
St. Louis, 3; Cleveland, 0.
Chicago, 4; Detroit. 5.
Philadelphia, 8; Washington, 4.
Boston, 2; New York, 6.
Portland, 0-5; Oakland, 4-3.
Los Angeles, 8; Salt Lake, 12.
San Francisco, 2-0; Sacralmento,
Seattle, 4-0; Vernon, 7-2.
St. Paul, 4; Minneapolis. 11.
Louisville, 1-4; Toledo, 5-1.
Columbus. 4-2; Indianapolis. 0-t0.
WORK AND PLAY
Mooslihcart. Ill., June 23.( United
Press). ---Vital remedial amend
miesnt to the "good works" programl
of the Loyal Order of Moose were
exlpected to develop during the
thirty-first annual convention of the
order, which openetd here today.
The annual pilgrimage of Moose
nlen from all parts of the United
States started yesterday; hundreds
of members arriving preparatory to
taking part in the week of work and
,It was to be a giant get-together
session, according to officers. Trib
te to llnll of the order who saw ser
vice in the recent war, study of new
er educational and humanitarian
methods and festivities was the pro
gram started at nine o'clock this
morning, and which will be carried
to the end of the week.
The first session of the supreme
convention opened at ten o'clock.
Aeroplane flights and lighter amuse
tments were amnong the other fea
tures of the day.
The round-up of cowboys and
br'oncho busters-m-en of the west
ern pIlains-under the direction of
Tex Austin, will be a feature tomnor
Drills, athletic exhibitions, con
tests, and concerts provided as en
tertainment for the remainder of the
"A Peace-Victory Parade" has
been arranged for Friday, when dis
tinguished visitors are scheduled to
speak. Invitations to this were ex
tended to President Wilson, Vice
President Marshall. and Premier
Borden, of Canada. Officials said to
day they fully expected Marshall and
Borden to be here.
A baseball game of Moose against
the best team picked from eight
cities has been arranged for Satur
day, the closing day.
Another feature of the week's ses
sion was the exhibition of nman
ufactured products from Mooseheart.
Practically all concrete art work
needed for structures at Mlooseheart,
and miany other products are fash
ioned on the grounds by students in
the ~looseheart trade schools.
SOLDIERS IASK DIVORCE
(By Unitted Press.)
London, ( Iy Mail. )-London's
divorce season was in full blast to
day. Over a thousand cases were
listed for hearing and of these nearly
seven hundred were uncontested. The
majority of the unconitested s::its
were brought by men, a considerable
number of whom are ex-soldiers.
PRINCE OF WALES
IS NOW OF AGE
(By United Press.)
London,June 2:.---The prince of
Wales celebrates his 25th birthday,
and in honor of the event, artillery
salutes were fired at noon in St.
James' park. London. the Long Walk,
Windsor, and at all naval and mili
tary stations. Flags were flown on
government buildings, and at the
naval ports the warships "dressed
The prince was the recipient of
many unofficial congratulations, evi
dencing the personal esteem in which
the heir to the throne is held by the
puiblic and was boisterously saluted
wherever he was recognized.
o - o
Maiy I Not
Ask, what good will be the Will
ard and Demipsey K. O. rehearsals
wnen one or the other will have to
undergo a K. O. reversal?
Ty Cobb is getting a better start
this year than last and thus Georgia's
tamtuous fruit promises to get a lot of
headline publicity. "
Fortunately Rube Mlarquard's bone
break will not keep hint out of the
game imuch longer.
Thirty years ago yesterday the
Louisville club of the old American
association made the still unchalleng
ed world's record of twenty-six con
secutive defeats. The following
year (1890) the same tearn captur
ed the pennant.
We'll note that this is the 25th
birthday of the I'rince of Wales, not
because of the cordial relations ex
isting between Englalnd antd Ameri
ca.. but because lie is a good boxer,
rulnner, shot, criceteor and a fair
Today is the Anniversary of the
McG(ovet n-Dlixon louti in 191)00.
'erry McGovern defeated George
Dixon in six rounds in Chicago just
19 years ago today. In this contest
.Terrible Terry" demonistrated for a
second time that he was the Inaster
of the little "Chocolate Drop" who
had so long ruled the featherweight
roost. It was earlier in the same
year that McGovern took the chanm
lionship frontm Dixon, stopping hiin ill
eight rounds in 'New York. Toni
O'Rourke, manager of Dixon, tossed
the sponge into the ring to save his
black boy from being completely de
mnolished by the slashing Brooklyn
ite. Although rivals and one an
Irishman and the other a negro, Mc
Govern and Dixon were very friendly
both in and out of the ring. When
Terry had whiplped Dixon lie was the
first to grasp the hand of the de
feated champion and praise him for
his gameness. "I liope I didn't hurt
you much," said Terry, and Dixon
'stoutly insisted that he hadn't, al
though the colored bay had been
badly buffeted. McGovern had a
great admiration for Dixon and al
ways declared that lie owed his suc
'cess to studying George's style. Ter
ry always stuck up for Dixon as one
of the greatest fighters that ever
lived, and admitted that he couldn't
have licked the negro when he was
at his best. This bit of chivalry is
one of the miany examples that dis
lrove the claim that boxing arouses
Opponents of the noble art of glov
i!ng assert that all boxers lose their
Iheads and cherish hitter rivalry to
Swardls their opplonents.
Jeffries and ihitzsiinuons,
M3any of the most important fights
in America have been conducted in
the very best spirit, the one feeling
Iteing able to abide by the rules and
let the best matn will. Often during
the progress of big encounters,
friendly relllarks pass betweeni the
contestants. In the battle between
lirm Jeffries and Bob Fitzsimmons
tfor the world's championship, there
were frequent displays of good na
Wlhen the men shootk hands, Jef
"l',ol, I'm going to win! Hut I
know I'll have a hard timie!"
"If you will, old man," was Fitz's
reply, "you are entitled to all thei
glory the public will shower uponll
Vlhen Fitzsinllillns was floored in
the second round, lie remnarked as he
staggered to his feet, "Jeff. that was
It was in the Corbett-Jeffries go
that the crowd began to laugh at
Jeffries because of his inability to
treach the ipompiadour boxer. Jef
fries looked chagrined and discour
aged, but said: "I can't get you now.
Jim, but may be I'll have better luck
"If you do. I'll know," answered
('orbett, as he jabbed Jeff four
times like lightning without a re
But Jeff spoke by tile card. IHe
did get Corbett and Jint felt it.
MONEY WASTED BY
BRITISH WAn LORDS
(13y United Press.)
London. (By Mail.)--Taxpayers
here are gnashing their teeth at the
way their good money has been
The comptroller and auditor gen
eral of governlment expenditure has
just published his report on the ac
counts of the ministry of munitions
for the past year. His accounts
That a factory which cost $9,500,
000 to erect produced only $80,000
worth of material.
Another factory which was built
at a cost of $835,000 was closed and
used as a store eight months after it
One of the staff was engaged at a
;Oarvy of $10.000 a year and got
$8.000 for four months part-time
An escape of poison gas cost the
taxpayer $1,250,000 owing to the
fact that one set of wiseacres started
to make the gas before another set
had approved of it. The difference
of opinion merely landed the taxpay
er into a loss.
Thousands of dollars were spent in
the erection of camps which were
In some instances contractors were
paid compensation by way of apology
for the fact that the ministry, after
placing the contract, changed it's
Advertise that room tor rent in
the want columns of the B3ulletin.
Y OUR firm name in this list will be seen and discussed by every mem
ber of the family. If you seek the patronage of the workers, make
sure of first getting their good-will by advertising in their paper-the
only paper in Butte that is published in the interests of your customers.
NOT THE LARGEST CIRCULATION
BUT THE LARGEST PROVEN RESULTS
Wage-Earners' Shopping Guide
AUTO REPAIR CLOTHING AND TAI- HATS FOR MEN POOL ROOMS
SHOPS LORING FOR MEN ickerson, The Hatter, Lambro's Pool Hall,
112 W. Park street. 42 E. Park St.
Big 4 Tailor,
Jrand Avenue Repair Shop, d 17 West Park Street. RESTAURANTS
Corner Harrison and Shirley Clothes Shop, HARDWARE
Grand. 14 North Main. Leland Cafe,
CHIRO RACI Sewell's Hardware, 72 East Park street.
Auto Repair Machine Shop (JlIIROPRACTI.C 221 East Park street. Spokane GCafe.
M. G. SMPI-I, 401 S. Wyoming Shiners, Furniture, Moxo uth Main St.
Flora W.Shiners, Furniture, Moom Cafe,
Flora W. Emery 75 East Park Street. 29 WV. Broadway.
Room 9, Silver Bow Block. Western liardware Co., Crystal Care,
J. 1D. 111( . lV. ong, D. C., 22 E. Park St. 69 Ears t Park Street.
AUTOS BOUGHT enn. . Golden West Cafe,
AND SOLD CHILI PARLORS JEWELERS Handley's .CMain.
326 N. Wyoming.
Classic Chili Parlor, MontAmer Jewry Co., ican C'afe,
Opticians, Etc., 225 East Park.
210 North Main. 73 East Park street. Slianrok Cafe,
E. H. Rupert, Pony Chili Parlor, People's Loan Office, No. 9 N. Arizona.
228 S. Arizona St. 3S / E. Park. 28 % East Park street. -
Brodio, the Jeweler, SHOES
CEMENT W()RKEIRS 40 East Park street.
BANKS E Powell Jewelry Co., Chicago Shoe Store.
31. F. NKitey, 112 N. Main St. 7 S. Main street.
1109 \W. W'oolmlan. I. Simon, Walkover Shoe Co.
21 North Main. 46 W. Park Street.
Yegen Bros., Bankers, DAIRIES S. & S. Jewelry Co., Golden Rule Shoe Store,
Park and Dakota streets. IL' E. Park. Peter Brinig. 39 E. Park.
Blue Bird Butter Shop, AGER BEER one Price Shoo Store,
209% W. Park St. E R43 East PI'aLIrk.
BATHS. Crystal creamery, EXTRACT
459 6E, Park" .tr*t* SPECIALISTS
Lager Beer Extract
DRUGGISTS A. GRAF, 726 S. MONT. Dr. W. H. Haviland,
Steam Baths, 71 West Park St.
604 E. Broadway. Jacques Drtig Co..
1ss7 arrison av..enn LADIES' TAILOR.
DENTISTS SHOE REPAIRING
BUTCHERS J. Ducst,
Ladies' Tailor and Habit
Union Dentists, Maker. MIcManus Shoe Shop,
Third Floor Rialto Bldg. Phoer 4cM5 Sh on op,
Washingtonr. C. M. Eddy, Phone 2764 Room 436 5 S yoming.
18 W hingn ark et 204-205 Pnnsylvania Blk. Phoenix Bldg. Progressive Shoe Shop,
E. Zahl, 1721 Harrison Ave.
Central Market, 'UN1TURE 604 W. Park Dan .Iarrington,
323 North Main. 40--1.-, '49` E. Quartz.
Western Meat Co., LADIES'
121 E. Park St.hne' SFurnitureI
Indepenet her's, Furniture, ARMENTS STA E LINES
Independent Market, 75 E. Park street. A EhililTsburg & Anaconda Stage,
128 East I'ark. B. Kopald Co., Furniture, Popular Ladies' Garment Store, Aillconda, MOnt.
58 West Broadway. 63 East Park Street.
BAKERIES . .. ... - - The International Store,
1FI ITS 210( E. Park. SECOND HAND
Uhite Bakerya ST ['uld Stoire, CLOT ING,
seit Bakery, eo (' 111 VI. 'ark.CLOTtN,
117 E. Park St. Fi .3w. iik St. ,JEWELRY, ETC.
Manhattan Bakery, E' WELR_ Y,_ETC.
205 W. Park. MEN'S OUTITT[ERS - -
GROCERIES -Uncle Sam's Loan Office,
Dahl's Bakery, Emporium Clothes Shop. 11 S. Wyoming.
107 N. Montana Street. 84 E. Park.
Royal Bakery, A1nIs (,rocery, 47 W. Park.
20 South Main. .316 '.% North ilain. Palace Clothing & Shoe Store. TAILORS
The, Washington, 53-55 E. Park St.
Home Baking Co., 18 West t'ark. Montana Clothing and Jewelry Fashion Tailoring Co.,
Olympia St. Company, 4' W. Park St.
Olympia St. J. R. Becky, 103 S. Arizona. . a
2701 Elm St. Bernard Jacoby, Tailor,
Allen's Grocery, O. K. Store, 12½ 8. Dakota street.
BARBER SHOPS 1204 E. Second street. 24 E. Park St. Montana Tailore,
Kermode, Groceries, ilo(tch'rs, 425 N. Main street.
421 East Park street. 27 \V'. l'ark. E. Zahl, Tailor,
Con Lowney, Poyntor's Cash Store, 5 "04 W. Park street.
3ar9 N. Man. 1854 HarrSson. MEAT MARKETS Dundee Woolen Mills.,
Park Barber Shop, S.F. T. A. Cash Grocery,
86 E. Park. 627 East Galena Street. 62 West Park Street.
T'r. J McCarthy, 600 East Park. W. Oertel,
BATTERIES 64 E. Broadway. 431½ S. Arisona St.
RECHARGED McCarthy-Bryant & Co." Big 4,
317-319 East Park Street. PHOTOGRAPHY 17 W. Park St.
Bishop Bros unto Tailoring Co.,
Montana Battery Station, Bishop Bros., ail .
224 S. Arizona. 180 Walnut St. Thomson's Park Studio, 116 S. Main St.
'utte Battery Co., White House Grocery, 217 East Park Street.
119 S. Montana St. 6508 West Park. UNDERTAKERS
-" ontana, (Cash1 G;roc. Co., POOL HALLS
'Broadway & MrorLana Sis. POOL HALLS-
.-E\E A(ES w\',etern Cash Meat & Groc. co. Larry Duggan, Undertaker.
2410 Hlarvard. Golden Gate Pool Hall, 322 North Main street.
I'xelco DIistributing Co., 272 East Park.
12 1 ,ta Ave. Daniels & Bilboa, Undertakers,
1iS East Park street.
CLOTHES CLEANING GENTS' FURNISH- OPTICIANS
AND PRESSING INGS VULCANIZING
Montana Jewelry Co.,
OJacoby Opticians, Etc., J. L. Mathiesen, Vulcanising,
Bernard Jacob. treet Dollar Shirt Shop, 73 East Park St. 40 East Galena.
19 t. Dakota Street. Rialto lildg. Powell Jewelry Co., Butt Vulcanizing Works,
Murphy Money Back Store, 112 N. Main St. 1942Butte Vulcanizing WorksAve.
TOBACCO AND 65 E. Park St.
CONFECTIONS HOME FURNISHERS OUTFITTERS WELDING
Pat McKenna, National Supply Co., Francis J. Early, Oxy-Acetylene Welding Works,
314 North Main. 10 W. Mercury. 715-719 E. Front St. 130 South Arizona.