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Notice of Time Appointed for Prov
ing Will, Etc.
In the district court of the Second
Judicial district of the state of
Montana, county of Silver Bow.
In the matter of the estate of Pat
rick Leahy, deceased.
Pursuant to an order of said dis
trict court, made on the 18th day of
June, 1919, notice is hereby given
that Tuesday, the 1st day of July,
1919, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day,
at the courtroom of said court, at the
city of Butte, in the said county of
Silver Bow, has been appointed at
the time and place for proving the
will or said Patrick Leahy, deceased,
and for hearing the application of
Mary Hendricks Leahy for the issu
ance to her of letters testamentary,
when and where any person inter
ested may appear and contest the
Dated June 18, 19 9.
OTES LEE, Clerk.
(First publication June 19, 1919.)
In the district court of the Second
Judicial district of the state of
Montana. in and for the county of
Pansy Baptiste, plaintiff, vs. Elmer
The state of Montana sends greeting
to the above named defendant:
You are hereby summoned to
answer 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 20 days after the service of
this summons, exclusive of the day
of service; and, in case of your fail
ure to appear or answer, judgment
will be taken against you by default,
for the relief demanded in the com
This is an action for divorce, and
the complaint alleges as follows:
That plaintiff and defendant inter
married at the city of Guthrie, state
of Oklahoma, on or about the 5th
day of August, 1908; that plaintiff
is now and has been a bona fide res
ident of the state of Montana, for
more than one (1) year, immediate
ly preceding the commencement of
this action, to-wit, the 18th day of
June, 1919; that the issue of said
marriage was the following children;
HIielma Baptiste, age 9 years, and
Louise Baptiste, age 21/L years; that
the defendant, disregarding the so
lemnity of his marriage vows, has for
more than one year last past and
immediately preceding the com
mencement of this action, been
guilty of extreme cruelty towards
this plaintiff in this; that he has by
his course of conduct and course of
treatment towards this plaintiff,
existed and persisted in for a period
of more than one year last past, in
flicted upon this plaintiff grievous
mental suffering, and which said
course of conduct and treatment has
justly and reasonably been of such a
character and nature as to destroy
the peace of mind and happiness of
this plaintiff, and to entirely defeat
the proper and legitimate objects of
marriage, and to render the marriage
relations between said plaintiff and
defendant perpetually unreasonable
and intolerable to this plaintiff, and
the defendant's conduct, finally, has
been such during the last few years
as to make life intorelable to this
plaintiff, that the plaintiff is a fit
and proper person to have the care,
custody and control of said minor
Witness my hand and the seal of
said court this 18th day of June
A. D. 1919.
OTIS LEE, Clerk.
By Stephen Kelly, Depuyt Clerk.
M. Kerr Beadle.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
In the Justice's Court, Township of
Silver Bow, County of Silver Bow.
State of Montana, before Louis A.
Buckley, Justice of the Peace.
Con Lowney, Plaintiff, versus John
Snyarich and Mrs. Snyarich, his
The State of Montana sends greet
ings to John Snyarich and Mrs.
Snyarich, his wife.
You are hereby required to ap
pear before me in my office at the
courthouse, Butte, Montana, Town
ship of Silver Bow, County of Silver
Bow, and State of Montana, on the
5th day of July, A. D. 1919, at 9
o'clock a. m., and answer the com
plaint of plaintiff on file in an action
to recover of you the sum of
($48.00), Forty-eight Dollars, for
three lnonths' rent at $16 per month
and for which there is now due and
owing from the defendants to the
plaintiff the sum of Forty-eight dol
For further particulars, see com
plaint on file herein, a copy of which
is hereto attached, and hereby
served upon you.
And you are hereby notified, that
if you fail to appear and answer the
said complaint as above required,
judgment will be taken against you
according to the complaint, and costs
of the suit.
Given under my hand this 29th
day of May, 1919.
LOUIS A. BUCKLEY,
Justice of the Peace.
(First publication June 5, 1919.)
DANIELS & BILBOA
)Undertakers and Embalmers
182 East Park St., Butte. Phone 888
jeeidence Phone 4817-W.
Auto and Carriage Equipmeut
Smeger-The funeral of Carl, the
G-year-old, beloved son of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Smeger, will take place
tomorrow (Friday) afternoon at 2
o'clock, at the family residence, 1508
Valley avenue. Interment in the
Reliable Undertaker and Embalmer
822 North Main Street
The Park Barber Shop
"BILL, THE BARBER"
86 E. Park St.
Six Chairs. Quick Service.
Montana Cash Grocery
(Formerly the Hill Grocery.)
FIRIED IRO(ERS, MIgr.
PHONES 970-971 135 W. BROADWAY.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO PHONE CALLS
Cone brand sugar corn, extra special, 2 cans -.........25c
Watermelons, fresh and juicy, per lb. - ......... 4c
Large Bing cherries, per Ib. .......... ........... 30c
SPECIAL-No. 2 Libby pineapple, today only, can -. 25c
Hunt's Supreme string beans, special 2 cans ........-..45c
Empson cut beans, per can ..--------------------................15c
SAY YOU SAW IT IN Till: BLULLETIN
MUST PAY FIDDLER
Pit Up Checks in Game.
Lost. Repudiated Checks.
Skipped. Brought Back.
With a short lime for delibernation,
the jury inl ,ludge Dwyer's court thalit
heard the testimony in the case of
Victor Swanson against W. Ml. Ma
loney yesterday broulgh ill a verdict
in favor of Ithe plaintiff for the full
amount claimed, $500. On being
polled tihe jury stood nilne for the
verdict and three 1 againsl. As the
anlollnt suled for was on deposit at
the sheriff's office. counsel for plain
tiff collected it as soon as judlgrrment
was entered, and will collect the
Maloney, according to the testi
money, went into Swanson's place oi
East Park stlreet one night and took
iart in a grme of cardls. He had
Swanson cash it ch:eck for $100 for
that purpose. He lost the hundred,
and began signing mnore checks untili
he had received $500 from Swanson.
When the checks were ipresented at
the bane next day Maloney had
stopped playmlent on them. Also ihe
had dralwn out what money 1ie hadil
in bank., and. in comlpany with his
wife, started for Canada. -I was atr
rested in Great Falls as all abscolld
ing debtor. lie had lots of rmroney on
hinm when brought b)ack to Iurltte andt
Iput imp as securlitvy thlre llamount of rthe
At the trial of the sriiti Maloney
relied miostly on the idea Ihat delbts
contracted at gambling were out
lawed. As SwaInson was not playing
with him, the mnajority of tile jury
looked lrupon tihe marlltrr uas a plainl
case of orrrowing mlloney by meay nillS
of checks whiici should have tren
honorred. On) tihe sarno grounds Judlge
Dwyer refused to allow a mlotioil forr
.I directedl verdict in f'avor f the de
fendlant alter the tt:estiUiiorny sVi, iir.
SUNDAY, JUNE 2
Don't forgiet te pin ic to be held
at )Durant onl Sunlrday, June 29, rrrndtr.
the ausr ice, s i o. the Finnisli \Vorlrkers'
club. The Iloel, Restaurant and Do
Ilestic Workers' Inldustrial union.
No. 1100. the Plar.e-Connollly club
and the Metal Mline Workers lntlus
Lrial union Nor. 800.
The commnittee in chalrrge has corl
pleted arran'irlgelments to have a coor.
time for all. There will be fishing
ganmcs, shooting gamesrrr, nail-drlivintg
contests for iren and women, game:,
for the chilllren, cracker-errltinlg con
test, spoon and egg races randI other
forms of i t lluse. lncits. B eflrest
ments of all kinds with plenty It
eat and drilnk will be served onl the
The event of the day will be ran
address by Kate Sadler of Saititle.
labor's gifted woman orator, who
will tallk on world happenings and
their relation to be working class.
There will be other local speakers.
A special train to the grounds wilt
start from the Milwaukee depot at
11 o'clock Sunday morning and re
turning will leave D)urant at 9
o'clock in the evening. For further
information ring up tlhe M. MI. \\. I.
t'. hall, telephone 1949, John \\'il
BONDS AT AUCTION
Shelby Irvine, city clerk, Wednes
day issued notice of the sale at auc
tion of $25,000 bonds for the Coni
fort station building, August 6, in
the council chamber of the city hall.
All bids must he at par, the bidder
giving the lowest rate of interest to
get the bonds.
The bonds are in the denomina
tion of $500 each. dated July 1,
1919, and redeemable July 1, 1929.
They will mature serially from Jail.
1, 1925, to Jan. 1, 1934.
Bulletin Want Ads Get
Result. Phone 52.
-TIINK 1N INTEkE1NT--SAVE
DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS Still as a lodge member, Smart knows his duties .1
A ITiiI WOMf4 CAN cJRTAINL L NEW 'LL B i - ,,
eo Vtou'P "ou4r "T ME' THNK OF THE FIUNNIE M--MB---R GLAD
-To HL-rP us \vn HELP TktINCS! HoW Sº}E ouý RToIf, i THAI N
THE WITH EVEN suL~aS7 HURRY A L17TLE MMF3R
DI I -- f S I SLY ON IN
VAN 1041 M I IND S 4AKE A LE64
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ALEX M'I FAN MAO
AT THE "WHINER"
Only Hit Annabelle Once.
Not Charged With Assault
by County Attorney.
Poor guileless Alex MocLean gels
many a bunmp from the "\Whiner'"
since lie achievied famel som yea .rs,
ago is l uclk.ie \Ic l)onald' s ca paltle,
little bodyguard. McDl)onald lived in
constant danger, it is said(l, fronm tlhe
had gunmenti of the A. ('. A.; and
onily Alex's prowess with the fists
God gave him saved the king of
Ilittlo from the villians. 'l'Thus foiled,
the A. ('. 1. thrlough its vena;ll Imouth
pliece's has eoeen venting its spleen
lupoin Alex over since.
Alex Mcl,ean never kicks wthn
they stick to the truth; but when
the "Whiner" iprinted a nasty tale
ablout him and Ainnabelle last Sattur'
day, it madet him sore.
Alex uhad only hilt the lady in tlhe
eye, is any tlitan should do intdet' thel
circu.mstanc(es, he claims. And hie
paid graciously tIe ten hones which
Police Judge Grimes assessed him as
the price of his full. It should have
ended there, says McLean. ButI An
nabelle, egged on by her uniiention
able gentleman pIartlner', sted in .Ins
tice Ornsby's court to have Alex
placed under Itlnd to koee the peace,
claimning that he had threatened her.
Now. that clainm of Alex's threat
ening the lady agaill was all "'framo
.l)," says \Alex. And it was all prov
ed to be so, inll . stice Orlllsl y's court
yesterday and guileless Alex was al
lowed to go forth with nary a Iond
to liamiptier his impulses.
Ilit what mIiade Mlclian addition
ally sore was tlie fact that Ihie
"'Whiner" for" no other ria.son lunlder
the stiln than just tio bother, harass
and a"ulnry the "Kinlg's" 'ex-lhody
glarl, went and printed an aw\fVl
stor'y about guileless Alex. Tite
"Whiner"' said that Alex had beeni
Iproperly chargel d lby the county lt
torn', with :he crime of assault (1n1
Anna. ell e, when all ihat t.he cornl
ly attorni'ey had really tiline was to
file' a suit to thave Alex pillt underl '
Ibnd to ke. p thel peace, because the
lady claimed he had threateoe d to as
sautilt heir again for lhaving testifiedt
in police courl about the first .lack
in the eye.
This false charge, printed so lhold
ly, llt liciousiy and unwarrantedly
by lthe "'W'htii'i," has caulsed Alex
ouch mnl lllal aIngutish and Sllfferi' g.
ha;s hurlt Ihis feelings antd danlalgedi
his reputation. i, He contemplall tes
bringing stuil against the ''Whin'r.'"
lie has heard alibout that $4,50111 do!
lar cheek which the "Whiner"' re
ceitlly sent to Hlarrison Freetbolurnl, ill
restlitution for a mistake. Alex says
tlie :Mliner's money is as good lmonte-'y
ias anylbody's; and he thinks he is
entitled t somine of it.
(Continued From Page One.)
on1 the head, when the force was ip
pliedt which cracked the skull. Such
atn injury the doctors thought, mighlt
easily have been caused by a fall
from a moving automitobile, if the
subject struck upon the batck of the
The genital organs werte normal,
testified the doctors. So, also was
the girl normal in every particular.
The three doctors were P. H-. ile
Canthy, Dri. ('opperwaite, County
Physician Donahue. They did not get
to the body until after the iundertak
cris had embalmed it, and in doing
so, filled it full of emlbalming fluid,
which contains imuch alcohlol. irHence,
the question many people would like
t.o know as to whelthert the stomach
contained wlhiskey can never be un1
Lieutenant of Police Dwyer is on
the stand testifying to the conditions
as he found them at IMorris Rose's
roadhllouse when lie arrived there ilm
mediately after the girl is said to
WANT NEW HOME
Seattle, June 26.--The trade uniion
mnovemnent has outgrown its present
labor temple and will vote on a new
JOHN CAMEON, OLD
TIMER, COMMITS SUICIDE
Old-Time Miner of Butte.
Visited Grave of Wife and
Choosing a spot :ur the grave of
his wife, John ('',o irll. a miner,
aged 10) years, fired , Ibllet through
his )brain yesterdla.. ,t noon short
ly after 4 o'clock 'hliif of 1)etec
lives AMorrissey ;!, tll icie'r Frae's,
who woere rallled I h,, sici, by (eo.
BIir'd, a teamster l ii witlnessed tlhe
I;rag dtly, found ('n:: 'I'irnL' body still
lying at the bot, 'i I" the stile 'n
iranllce to loulilt t ;ii: til ilnlt.lry. Ihe
was dead when 11i' oflicers lrrivetd.
('amteron had I. hi , ploekets n
etlek book oln a l I, huk showinlg
he hald a credit , ; \fc1·1eral hundred
dollars, lie also It a deed for a lot
ill M ounl t lol iallh ', nite'r! y, w heri e
his wif'e. Mary ('amu'roni, vais buried
in 1903. Two olhetr relatives were
tii'i'edt itn the S tlle lot. ('ai i ieron
often visited ti(, ctmu toery, his
(Grief over his loneliness is tholught
to have led the aged iiei into tihe
graves of relatives just before he
look the sihot thalit ended his life, for
hle was oblselrved I.i y Itird coi.niing
from the emetery. lie cnlimbed to
the stile, hositated fllor a Illintlllle' alnd
Ilaced the gun close to his head and
pulletd lih te lrigger. ti tfell and roll
ed down the stepsll ilntll lo c iolmetery.
('Coronller Htolland iftfoer viewing the
body ordered it reimoved to \Vhite's
undertaking est.l lishltmntr and ul
lioiincied1 thati an iltliqu est will bIe held.
('anlteronil had oo n living with lir
anitd Mrs. tHarry Ale isilnger Il Itiasin
eroek. Mrs. Al.etsinger, who wasv
Mrs. (CaileIron' siste or, (exprelss'ed
greal t surprise whenIli inforilltd f t e111
tragic oc t1rell ce. John (aIleron,
siiie sltiled., atdl showli n 11i evidenceit' of
aliny intention Ii t 'li( hiis life' tuld
when last s'n bl y her anld her hils
haitnd Iwasi as herlll li as usual. Ihe
rarely stayed long at ilte Mletsinger
hoItR , they ( tl il, i but mad ftrl qu ntiio
trips about the cou1 ry. On ' -KE
cot of irather tpoor health titd the
fauelt that hi, had inoi dxept tiiunts he
iad inot worked soadily for il ne
time, ibui t for ainily yorll s l re hasii ,
woi ei'i d l t oritnit e n xtly in the ltin a.I
of 0iut lo.
Thel olnly o her rell iv surviv
ing Cameron, as flr a; illuthoriti4:s
halve larned, is Mrs. Jt lln s Blar
c'lay. t siister-in-w-a , ofi. ('entervillo.
Dian Merrigan Captured in
Coast Town After Seven
In a salonn fight one nlight daring]
the late fall of 1912. , inIes T lryl
teas fatally ;tabbed in the broast. it
is chimed. by Merrigan. In his dy
illt lu'ill n(?lnlt Terry c ii.(14 .Ulerri-
lint l'lrrigan escaped, and for
seven years hlls eluded tc ap 1re.
\Vo'rd has now i''rivld, however.
f'romi Sheriff John 11. Marlin of No
vada City. Calif.. that a malt answer
ing to the description of \lerrigan
has eoen alpprehonded in that town.
Sheriff O'Roiurke will enid a dep
uliy lafter tlhe ma , as s11111. o SOll as 11
questionll of extraditioni is seottled.
PISSOT IS RECOVERED
\\Word reached Inhte at 12:4t lo
day lhatl the body of Fred Pissot, Ihe l
1i6-year-old boy who was drowned
in I)elno lahke last Saturday, had'
floated :and come to the surface.
S(everal uln left herei with the in
lerltakers :i(d ai coroner's jury will
is held at the l] ke. Th'e coroner
froml Pipe:tone will hold the in
SIGN JOINT ACIEEMENT
Augusta, Ga., June 21.-Practical
ly every printing firm in this city
has signied a joint agreetlient wilhI
thlie Vaiouls printing ltraldes niOllS.
OFFICER P. PRLJA
WILL GET OUT OF JAIL
Ilelonai, une 26.--Philip Prlja, a
Butte p)oli(coLIan, 1who1 was sentenced
to state pirison for shooting a citi
zen, will be admitted to hbail, while
awaitfilg action in the suprem.e court
on his appeal, the higher tribunal
P. E,. (lr'lgan o;lllf Hlut alppeared
here for rl'lja ioefore 1Justice IIol
A writ of sulpervisory conlrol was
isslued, Air. (oiagen said, directing
the judges of lhe lhutte district court
to rse illd their orders denying l'rlja
ia st:iy of execiution and Iond.
AUTO ACCIDENT KILLS
SECOND LEMBKE BROTHER
Herman Killed Near Five
Mile. Now Emil Dies in
On the 20tih if .tune in 1915, .ain
iautomobile aceideit n| i.r lthe Five
Mile reisulted ill I lhe doeath of I :lerniani1
Leinihke, a ibrother of F.1" il. Looii
and Edwilard. IIler'niln was dlivinig in
iani alutomobil il tlh a1 lrielai. Whenl
the car be. .nto un illmlnageal le Iand
twernt over a bridge. Ili moan and his
companion II werc iotl h killed. lie was
.7 years old. and I it a Wife alnd
Emil C. ]ln)ibke. formnerly a well
known pihulbel.'r of limit',. was killed
ill ia l aio il idelient y .lsterday after
noon about ill1 miles iout of iiall
.lak ('ily. iMr. Lemhke spent his
boyhood in Aniaconda. Ile was 'ini -
plhyed as pulmmnn at the ('uolorado
mine for so ve:(.al years ia more re
citently worked for his brotherul. Louis
Lemllike. Just llbefore he leftl for iSalt
lake ihe was with the lHalnlc Plulunib
ing c lnmpp 'y of this eity. \i r.,
Lelnlbk'e departelld for Salt Like aboutl
16 moniths ago.
lie is suirvived by wife, his falter
anid m lioh. Mr. and Mrs. IHlenry
le(i.ike of Iluiite. Mrs. ('. II. Sloi
.uIln, ('hristl i Iliike (of ScalIIIe and IL.
.1. aniid 1Edward lI.mnbke of tlis citiv.
\Mr. iLeniki while in Blutto took
"i pirominent part in athleticis and
\\las very lpoulliar aollng a Iiarge cil
ci'h of frilends. Edward leonhhlio will
lave for Sail Iake this iluorniu g Ito
iil lipaly I hle body i o 11 l .lllte.
(Continued From Page One.)
Save ll e rillaryi is thei sloganu 1i
go iout over Ilhei stlate to a'Ou .se li
miiiasses to their langer of ibeing dis
franchised. Sleveral l lll .lers will
;o to ilelna to a lend lll( stale con
fl'rence mualed for Saiturday of 1hi.
A rsciolution commeiiindiing Mirs.
Nellie Sullivani ifor 'her efi orts to
ive the iover-buridened taxpaliyers of
the city andi coulluty from InniiecI s
sary exlp,'lldicti ll r es Wva ;uliniil iutsl l
ad!opted. Tlhle membernl s of the( club
pledged thenimsclves to do all in ttheiu
power to aid .1 i. Sullivan ani d to
give lirotlecliou should it be missid
red Iec iessar y
in the Rialto buildiiing was unani
lio sly colllll( snndld. Ti he iil of the
Sat;iino was guiIne init, the prlescllt
eqlli (iit, as ai part ofi a needeld relt
iroom for Wiom.n and cihildreni, and
lho long yoe:ni oIf waiting iweru all
t :lkei under consideratliiion. The ac.
i ii of the cily counlcil aind l Mayor
Sluoddeti illn deciding onil Itii Itiallo
building site received the 111nIllniiolls
aippll o\'il of lhi (fooil (.o'l'vcu iliiillli
icl i glb.
'The' 1nxl nteeiing will be held ,ion
dI |lilt u!. il g.
(Continued Fromn Pare Otnoi
absolute necessity if the wtrl:,e': ;n!'e
to move ifor'war'd o resisi't to dlu''jr d!
Lion that the capitalists would ifoce
themt into. Willi all Ih. t -
Sions, tand 1u'tool reforms the ci( t of'
living is still .omaring anltd the utrdon
ofct tut toilers hxuomtet hamvier wilI
ov lry ho rnl ind ye th e l llllnllt'i ttlr
ers' assonei tions. the' I'l ) y ;r:i . s
stcitations, the capitalists a;' over
ploltting Io Iredt(e' the IIo11: wai', .
'The (conventionl will , Iht li glh
ing of ai eaidle in this country that
will throw its rays of light to every'
corner of 1the lanld for li, wo ~mrs~s
instillcl ively. and millions with
knowledge are delirous of a united|
working (class, fighting for lite anid
peace, for Il!emslves l ald1 thei c,lil
dren to follow.
(Continued From Page One.)
cents per licket, which said ticket'
shall etiitlie passeni gers to all luriv
ileges of a 7-cea nt cash fate.
At the above time and place any
person, firm or corporation mtay ap
peaur alnd offer testimolllny for or1
against tihet issues itnvolved.
Ily order of Ithe
P1'lii1( ItVI' SEV ('OI \M ISSION
AX. I. Ilaynes, Sec.
lelona, uMont., ltitne 25ri, 1919.
('ionieI d .len , Idaho. lttlle 26.
letat IO.; ' liiners of Ithe ('oei'
d'Alone dlistrict were discussed at a
coll.fereolce here this aftlernloon |he
tween IRoblert l. .tle\Vtlde, federal
imediator, atl operators of miningg
properties. The upll)oyes lhave ask
edl for an a ,igI -!itoutr day, recognitionl
of their union and a wage increase of
5i c(ellts daily.
IF YOU WANT WHAT YOU WANT WHEN YOU WANT IT
BULLETIN WANT ADS
1 CENT ADVANCE " LESS THAN
MALE HELP WANTED
WANTED)-Ambitious men to pre
pare for promotion. Apply In
ternational Correspondence School,
basement, No. 1 WVest Broadway.
ARE YOU SICK OR CRIPPLED?
A few treatments of CHIROPRAC
TIC will relieve you. At any rate
give it a trial. Quit drugs. Avoid
the operation. See Flora W. Emery,
Room 9, Silver Bow block.
RETURNED SOLDIERS wishing to
advertise for work can use the
want ad columns of the Daily Bul
letin free of charge. Do not be
backward in taking advantage of this
offer, we are glad to be of service to
:829-ACHI, farm; 5 miles from Nor
ris; 21100 acres tillable; 50 ares
b1roke; fenced; good barn, hlouse a1lld
other impllrovellents; horses aidl
farm equliploment; good sllc.ilgs; wviii
sacrifice for quick sale; furtlher p tI!
Iicul;rs, Owner, Fred Snowball, Nor
SEVEN-roO 1n fra me house,. I wo
story; suilable for Iwo families.
Furnished or unfur'nuislted. ('hiapll
for cash. Call at 537 East IBroad
1FOUIiR ROOMS of good furniture in
mllodernl house, close in; could rent
out onie or two rooms; a bargain.
519 W. Broadway.
(COOI) as new, low pitch alo saxo
phlone with crase complete. Call
:21 E. Park.
JEWELRY and second-hand cloth
ing for sale at Uncle Sam's Loan
Office, 11 S. Wyoming street.
'llOlIOlROtG(Iltl:l New Zealand rub
Lilts. ('all 1241 Indiana .\Aven o.
,l'l).l mooms furniture for sale. \Vill
sell cheap. 827 E. (lirle a.
'I IINIT i11E of three rooms for sale.
4 19 IE. Moreury.
76 1-3 ACfIES, I:i 1 mile
rom) (Till ni' No. It ('or 111i 0,
\\t'esl; $2.500 ('lnsh. AIlply
!ullelin i o i(ce.
3-ROOM house on two lots; a bar
gain. Apply owner, 1945 S. Wy
onling st. Phone 540:1-J.
19111 FOIOID, .1 brand new tire:, elec
IlicI tail light. shlock obsorber; (x
Ilptllion1ally good condliion. Ch aesip.
3-ROOM furnished cottage. 1125
For Sale, Lease or Rent
TI'N fllrnished lhoulskepling r(o0111s.
MlolernI. 9:l California avenule.
FOR SALE----Victor and Columbllia
recordls sold at hall price; also ex
clhnlged for a dime. 329 1,. S. Ari
11 IROPRACTfI', the sciencr (Ie the hu
11all famlily has been seeking for
ages. It secures results aftler all
otherl systems lhave failed. It. re
moves thle calSo lof disease. .1. 1).
LonIg and B. WV. Long, 126 Pelnu
s.ylvania building. Phone 41077-W.
CO-OP. BUSINESS GROWS
Poriland. (O1 .. une 26.- -- usiniess
of the llnion co-operative\l5 store ill
Ithis eily is i inc ire lsiilg at the rate of
:,I I erl c'llt ,1 weekl .
Bulletin Want Ads Get
Result. Phone 52.
THAT OLD HAT. Get it reblocked
and cleaned to look like new.
Both ladies' and gents' hats renovat
ed. Fifteen years' experience as a
aat maker. The Nifty liat Shop,
6b, E. Park st.
Lt IINISI El housekeepling rooms
::ingle and in :suites. Six dollars
P mr month and up. 619 Utah ave.
t r1111EE 2-room furnished hosekeclp
ing apltrnlmentIs; rent reasonable,
616 East (Galena.
I'NFI"INISllEIi three room flat. In
mirl 201 East. Woolinan.
ItF'IRNISII El) house for rent. In
(luitre 10hIS E. First st.
4-lO)OM house, furnished or unfur
nished. 514 N. Main.
2-ROOM cabin for rent. Kemper
ave. Call 26.1-J.
FIVE THOUSAND WORKERSB
wanted to buy $5 worth of stock
In The Bulletin Publishing Co.
MONEY TO LrOAN
GET YOU'R MONEY at 3 per cent on
diamonds, watches, jewelry, Lib
erty bonds. Mose Linz, Upstairs
Jeweler. Two entrances-Main and
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, 28% E. Park.
TWO NICE, clean, large, pleasant
furnished housekeeping rooms;
convenient; sunny; close in. 507
IPERMANENT or transient; clean,
light rooms, $2.50 per week and
up. Mercury blk., 38 E. Mercury st.
HAVE your children's hair cut at
E. J. Swaidner's barber shop,
1331 W. Broadway.
EXPItESSMAN'S headquarters. Ex
pre;slsmen when you want them.
A1."'()O Transfer and Storage Co.
Anything and anywhere at your
s<eriee. \e hurry. Phone 3507-J.
Pianos Tuned and Rep~fre
TIIOMAS E. JOYCE, piano tuner and
repairer. Satisfaction guaranteed.
(IIYON. 600 S. Clark Ave. 6.585-J.
CLEANERS AND DYERS
AMERICAN Dyeing & Cleaning Wks.
1341 Harrison ave. Phone 121.
HIGHEST PRICE paid for old cloth
ing, shoes, hats, trunks, tools.
Bulletin Want Ads Get
Results. Phone 52
WILL LAY DOWN
(Slpecial United Press Wire.)
London, June 26.-"According to
my agreelllent to retire to private life
after peace, 1 hereby lay down my
chief colllnnmand of the German I'armI
ies," Von Hindenhurg declared in a
letter to President Ebert, according
to a Copenhagen dispatch.