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BASEBALL GAME AT
LAKE AVOCA SUNDAY
The ('Colored Giants and the Silver
Bow P'ark ia:;eball Iealls will cro(ss
bats at the Lake Avoca baseball park
Sunday afternoon. 'The game will ibe
called at 2:30.
Standing of the Clubs.
Wion. Lo l. Pet.
Now York .............. 34 I .
Cincinnati ................ . 2i .6 1 o
Chicago ....................31 .;' .54 1
P'ittsburg ................ :0 26 .5'1
l rooklyn .................. 2 2 . 7
St. Louis ..................2 31 .4416
Philadelphia ............ 8 :2 .36(0
IBoston ....................1 3 . 53
AM1EICA.I1 1 EAG\I E.
\Von. Lost. I'ct.
New York ................32 16 .667
Cleveland ................33 21 .611
Chicago ....... ......... 33 22 600
1)etroit ....................2-7 26 .5 19
St. Louis ..............--26 26 .500
Boston ...................... 22 28 .4-40
W ashington ............ 2 32 .396
Philadelphia ............13 36 .265
Won. Lost. PIt.
St. Paul ....................33 19 .6i5
Louisville ................32 21 .60-i
Columbus ................27 '2 .551
Indiana olis ............2 21 . 4
Kansas City ............ 26 2 .5,:
Minneapolis ............ 23 i2 .40
M ilwaukee ................ 2.
'l'eldo ...................... 1 4 ;6 .280
('(OAST L 'lAG E.
Won. ILost. Pet.
les Angeles ............ 50 .625;
Vernon ....................42 ,1 .553
San Fralcisco ...........13 : .531
Oakland ..................8 :;l .441
Salt l,ake ....... ..... 35 27 .86
SueraI ento .............33 4l .452
Portland .................. 0 . 52
S al(l e ...................... , I
Cincinniiati 5. Pittsburg 2.
St. Louis 2, Chicago 2
No other gllltes.
Chicago 1, St. Louis 4.
(' lveland 1, IDetroit 6.
No otlher gainle:.
A131 l:I('.\N \S,,h,)( IATI(i'.
lKansas City -I, St. Paul 0(. (lt ini
Milwaukee 0, Minneapolis 1.
Louisville at Columlbus, rain.
Tolcdo 7, Indianapolis 6.
('O.AST IEAGUIE IES LTS.
Portland 3. Vernon 2.
Loms Aingeles 4, Sacralllmentlo 7.
San t"ancisco 0, Salt L.ae 4.
Seattle 3, Oakland 4.
Classic Chili Parlor
210 N. Main St.
CHILI, LIGHT LUNC1IIES
'THE BEST WAFFLES IN TOWN
Open Day and Night
SAY YOU SAW IT IN IULLETIN.
Our(11 line of Incn's merchandise is
being sold at prices that never
were so low in Dutte. Fine line
MONTANA (')LOTIHING ANI)
1013 South lArizona Street.
Out of the high Rtent District.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
PONY CHILI PARLOR
Our Chili Always the Best.
Chili and Tamales put up to
38:% East Park St.
Ladies' and Gents' Suits Made to
Order Here In the Shop.
Journeyman Tailor. Union Shop.
14:1 5 S. Arizona. Phone 855:i-W.
We Serve the Best on the Market
at Popular Prices.
69 E. PARK ST.
Exclusive Ladies' Tailor and
436 Phoenix Bldg. Butte, Mont.
S. F. T. Cash Grocery
The most for your money.
6127 E. Galenn Phone 5215-W
May 1 Not
Suggest a coingressional inquiry to
determnine how Wall street secured
tile terms of the \\illartld-lIemnsey
When Fitz WVas ('limbing.
lol) Fitzsiiimilons knocked out Ar
thur I'phain in the fifth round at
New Orleans 29 years ago today.
This was the second plublic bout ill
which Fitz engaged after landing in
America a iquarter of a cenlltury ago.
The freckled fellow was considered
pretty much of a joke when he first
burst uipon the vision of the San
Francisco fans, but his easy victory
over Frank Allen, the California
Athletic club trial horse, in a private
contest, and his trinlmphli over Billy
McCarty, tx-nmiddleweight champion
of Australia, sent his' stock
soaring. After the McCarty contest
the Audubon Athletic club of New
Orleans offered Fitz $1,(00) to fight
Arthur Uphant, of New London.
Conn., at the Crocent ('ity club. This
;was big imoney for Fitz, who had
never received more than $250 inl his
Australian battles. Although I'phain
was a good man., le wias coiml)letely
at Fitz's mercy from the first gong,
and after displaying his boxing skill
for five rounds Bob put himii out of
his misery by a clean knockout
Pioneers of ,lntlricaln 'lngilislm.
In the history of Amlerican pugil
isln the nll111e of Ilyer stands out
tpromlinently, for the father and son
hearing that name were the pioneer:
of the ring game ofi this side of the
Atlantic. Jacob yIer was one of the
principals in the first ring fight it
America. That epochal Iaffailr w\\
pulled off over a enlltury ago, in
1816, with Tom Beasley as Hyer's
opponent. Jake Ilyer was a plugilist
only as a side-line, and largely for
ti11 fuill of it. but his son Toni, wholl
hie instructed in the miianly art, tookl
to boxing as a profession, and he
camel the first recognized heavy
weight champion oli f America.
Toiim lyer was born near 11le clo:si
of 18th century, andl it is 55 year:
ago since he took the final count
Ile died in New York city inl his 6St I
year, on June 26,1864. Young Tomi
then a husky lad, of aboIllt 20), wil.
one of tile most interested of tlhe
peDctators of his father's batttle with
Beasley, hutt he was well lpast 41 he
fore 1he t)ook to boxing ias a profes
silo. In the incautioil he had had an
able teacher in his father ald had en
gaged in liany friendly hotll'ti wilt
other followers of tihe fistic art. H-h
was a gianllt in stature, :tandilig si:
feet two and a half inches ill hi:
hosiery, but his ring weight was only
about 1801 pounds His first chainl
tpionshilp bout was with "County MI
('loskey," whose real name \wasI
C(orge l(lcCheester. It was pulled oft
at Caldwell':; landing, N. Y. Hlye
lshowed himln;lf the better man fro0nt
the first, ibut Mc('loskhy was a gameiiil
'ui ntll took a terrible lacing for
101 rounllds, lasting nearly three
thours, before his seconds tossedl in:
Ithe sponge. "Yankee" Sullivan weas
tlcCloskey's prinlcipal second, and
although only a mniddleweight, hI
denied Hyer's right to the chalmpion
ship. Ilyer and Sullivan got into;
1)1bar room aillguentlllll, and "Yankllle'
was given:l a thoroulgh ldrubbling. The'
lmen(1 nlet ini the ring at ltoc(kport
ltd., and in 18 minutes Sullivan wo.
so thoroulghly licked that ihe had It,
be taken to h\Mount Sinai hoslpital in
laltimore. The )out was for $5,000
ia side, which stood iats a record fol
nany yeatrs. Johln 1Morrissoy thlien
challengedl Hyer, but backed out of
the first match. \'lhen they finally
111et, 0Iorlissey had with himl a gan11:
who were deterlmined that their maln
should win, regardless, and tlyer re
fused to go on, but offered to fight
il pistol duel with Molrrissey. In 1853.
hentl he was well past the haltf-cei
tury mark, Hyer challenged the Eng
lish challmpion, Perry, tile Tiptlo
slashe'r, to fight for the world's tille
but the Iritisher ric itfsed. and IIy.ti
retired. John Morrissey then I -
canlte chalmpion bIy whipping Sullivan
and the latter went to ('aliforllia
where lie died.
Latwn Tennis ' (t the I'ore.,
Frolm both heunisplheres, 'comie:
word that tenniis Ihis year is n.joyin:
greatest popularity ill its history. Tic
All England Lawn Tenniis club an
linounced that the reserved seats fot
the challlpionship at Wimbledoni
were sold far in advance. The Glas
gow News prints a colulln story de
tailing a shortage of tennis (court,
both for club mlembers and player:
who use the lpark facilities. Mlan.t
courts are beinig built to meet thi
need but thl shortage is expectted t
increase rather than lessen. T'h1
Westmlinster Gazette speaks of the
n"llprecedented booml" in tennis, a"
t-o it goes.
In a letter to the United States Na
tional Lawn Tennis atssociation J. J.F
Koch, honor;ry secretary of the
Victoria Lawn Tennis association
after explaining that the chaml)ion
ships had been omitted since 1914
writes: "\We re ntow on the point
Of resumillg ourl inter-club muatahtle
which are played during the winlt.
on hard courts, and propose to re
lsullme our interstate nmatches ag.tilst
New South \Wales and South Aus
tralia and also our clhamlpionhlips in
LABOR TO PROTEST
ALLIED INTER VENTION
(Speciatl United Press \\'ire.)
Southport, England. June "S.
British. French and Italian labor rep
resentatives have decided to mlake a
general uemonistration July 20 or 21
to protest against allied intervention
in Russia. This annuouncement was
made by Arthur Hflenderson. British
labor leader, at the labor conllference
Today's Anniversary II
The First Atlas.
The first modern atlas was the
work of Abrahamn Ortalius, a Dutch
geographer, who died inl Antwerp,
his native city 321 yea:s ago today,
June t S, 1511t. His llionu nlleltui
work, entitled the "Theatrum Orhis
Terraruin." was first published at
Antwerp in 1570, and was revised
and reissued five times during the
author's lifetime. It was a folio vol
line colltilning nearly a hundred
maps., ir presenting the differe!nt
eountries and continenits as they were
then known. Although this atlas was I
a momentous achievement, a 0on1111
ielnt of erudition and indllstry, yet
a bright schoolboy of today could
draw lllmaps from memlllory with a bet
ter approlximatioitn to correl'ctness.
Even Englanid andt Scotland appear
in this pioneer volume with amalllizing
dislortions of coastline anild relative
airea. anlld mtiaIIy iother Imapl)S ill tlhe
volume bear only a slight reseni
blare to those of today. Tihm mlane'
of "atlas," derived from that of the
Greek god eondlemlunled to hear on his
shoulder the vault of heaven was
first givenl to a collection of mnaps=
by Girard Mercator, anotlher distin
guished Dutch geographer of the 16th
MORSELS FROM A
o- - - - - - -o
hlly )Do Sea-shells Give a M.urmiur
ing Noise When IHeld to the Ear.
The usual explanatioll of thel
"roar of the sea" in shells is that the
form of the shell and its polished
'urface collect alld rl'efle('t sounds inll
the air, otherwis'' illmperceptible. An
.ther theory refers the ini'uriti!ur' Ito
the circulatioun of the blood through
he capillaries of the fingers holding
the shell, by which the vibrations are
:n"agnificd. A feetble murmur c;ian
be heard, however. wlheni the shell
rests on a table, andt it is probable
thalt both cautses ire concerined ill
tfle phenomenoin. The cone of the
outhern llpine presenlts to faniey's car
the lanientinig Itmoin of "the ilt
tititoned spirits of all the winds that
STRIKE TO ENFORCE
REINSTATEMENT OF MEN
(Special United Press Wire.)
Ottawa, Call., .lJunI 28.-A generall
-trike has been declared at BIrandon.
Mlanitoba, to forcl reinstalltementi of
the mien who lost their tpositions as
-t resullt of tihe recent walkout, ic
"ording to a dtispatch received her!.
Settlement of the Toronto Street
RIailway strike by comlpromllise is; ex
((Continued from Pge Four.)
,n. 'This case is ti crime of. i crillles,.
and everybody should supputl . it, It
he limit because if they can get
twa\y ith this they can get away
.vith anylthing. Ask Jack Carney to
1write somethilng in behallf of lth is
case. Talk about it off the platform
it the meetings in your neighbor
.lood. Give us all the publicity you
an through No. 500) and No. Xlii0.
Show this letter to all who wish to
-eist. 1 have written to other parts
of the country, along similar lines.
,euiitenther us oni the l'otirth. Now,
''t's mlakc the oine big noise for all
With btst wishes to all front all.
I reuiain yours for fre(dom,
C. W. ANI)l'I SON.
I anm so pleased over thei l manner
in w\hich labor organizatiions are
oiiinig ltget lll that 1 w'nt to coin
.li 'llt ill it.
I see liit( four broilherhotods of lhe
aitl t:y trainnlll!ln are nnllillng Ith(
F. F. of L. and also tha e tlhre is a
mitovenment on foot toi connect the
,vhola bunch Wih witthe Nonpartisan
It Ilas been onle of the dlreamns of
'ny life to see all working men and
artelrs vote together in total dis
regard to boss rule or party affilia
:ion. Let's cut out all buti personal
manhoold anil strenigth of 'characte r
is Nrt'h I)akolta has done.
Under the convention system year,
go our 1'. S. senator (,'ie lo wn to
Sweetgrass county a few week.,
thead of tinme alld dictated whio
-hould be elected to the state 1!,tu'lna
romn thre., tllso that our convention
,hould i! struet our legislati\e ticketl
o tote for th? 1'. S. senator above
referred tio. Of course. we, the dele
taies anld the Peolte. kneitw nothing
If the arrangemlent until aftel ward".
I was secretary of the countity it:(
'ral council and its executiive board
II tthe timnl antid really believed that
I had something tdo do with the elei'
tion of Senator T. N. Kelly and
'inresentative Itolbrt lrhaunle .
Well. you can imagine ihat .1t
ndividual estimate of mysllf got t
all when I learned that tIi(, candi
-hte for ]'. S. senator had appointell
Senator Kelly long before clectioni
ind that he let us vote for thenl just
I don't blatmte Sentator Carter for
ippointing his friends to fill the of
ices of inimmigratiion ag,'ut, loz(.
man landoffic, aind thle Big 'Tinmbe'
)osteffice. He did it because the.
eid d-liveret our' Sluppolrt to hiri.
Neither do I blame them for givini.
ur suipporit for the jobs tllh y wantied.
'tit I have since then awakened toi
ihi. fert lthat when I was a live. hust-I
ing officer in the reniDblican pIarty
hat I as\\- giving mly best efforts to
in or'ganization thIat cared notiling
for the \\ill of the people.
'Th(e direct lprinmary and a united
vote of working men and farmer,
will go a long way towards curing
Let us hold our direct pi luary
ind elect the men we want, because
they will do the things we want done.
There will be nothing to it when
working nmen and farmlers vote and
C. S. NUZUM.
Bulletin Boosters should patronize
BUSINESS MEN 6
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 y
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 Nickerson, The Hatter, Lambro's Pool Hall,
112 W. Park street. 42 E. Park St.
Big 4 Tailor,
Jrand Avenue Rnpair Shop, 17 West Park Street. RESTAURANTS
Corner Harrison and Shirley Clothes Shop, HARDWARE
Grand. 14 North Main. Leland Cafe,
Sewell's Hardware, 72 East Park street.
Auto Repair Machine Shop CHIIIROPRACJTI(C 221 East Park street. Spokane Cafe,
17 South Main St.
M. G. SMITH. 401 S. Wyoming Shiners, Furniture, Moxo C Ma n St.e,
Flora W. Emery 75 East Park Street. 29 W. Broadway.
Room 9, Silver Row Block. Western llardware Co., Crystal Cafe,
J. I). and II. W. Long, I). C., 2 E. l'ark St. 69 East Park Street.
AUTOS BOUGHT 126 1Penu. 131k. Golden West Cafe.
D 227 S. Main.
AND SOLD CIILI PARLORS JEWELERS Handl's227 S. afin.e,
326 N. Wyoming.
Montana Jewelry Co., Ameriean Calr,
Classic Chili Parlor, Opticians, Etc., 225 East Park.
E. H. Rupert, 210 North Main. 73 East Park street.e,
People's Loan Oqfice,
228 S. Arizona St. Pony Chili Parlor, No. N. Arizona.
3S2 S. Arizona St. . ar. 28 East Park treet.
Brodie, the Jeweler, SHOES
40 East Park street.
BANKS (C 11'PNT WOlKowell Jewelry Co., Chicago Shoe Store,
BANK V 11 N. Main St. 7 S. Main ktreet.
M. F. Kiy, I. Simon, Walkover Shoe Co.
A 110. 1 . oola.il 21 North Main. 46 W. Park Street.
Yogen Bros., Bankers, S. & S. Jewelry Co., Golden Rule Shoe Store,
Park and Dakota streets. 1-2 E. Park. Peter Brinig. 39 E. Park.
DAIRIES LAGER BEER one 'r Shoe Store,
LAGER_ BEER 43 East Park.
BATHS. Blue Bird Butter Shop, EXTRACT
209% W. Park St. - SP'ECIALISTS
Crystal Creamery, Lager Beer Extract
459 E. Park street. A. GRAF, 726 S. MONT. Dr. W. H. Haviland,
Steam Baths, 71 West Park St.
604 E. Broadway. DRUGGISTS
Jacques Dreg Co., SHOE REPAIRING
BUTCHERS 1967 Harrison avenne. J. Durst,
Ladi~s' Tailor and Habit
Maker. McManus Shoe Shop,
DENTISTS Phone 2764 Room 436 5 S. Wyoming.
Washington Market, Phoenix Bldg. Progressive Shoe Shop,
18 \V. Park. Union Dentists, E. Zahl, 1721 Harrison Ave.
Central Market, Third Floor Rialto Bldg. 604 W. Park Dan I larringloi
323 North Main. )r. C. 1I. Eddy, 1_---0 E. Quartz.
Western Meat Co., 204-205 ]Pennsylvanla Ilk. LADIES'
121 E. Park St. T'I'A( E LINES
Independent Market, FURNITURE GARMENTS
128 East I'riik. ]liliipslnrg ,& Atnn:iollda Stage,
Popular Ladies' Garment Store, .naconda, Mont.
63 East Park Street.
BAKERIES Shiner's, Furniture, The International Store,
75 E. Park street. 210 E. Park. SECOND HAND
B. Kopald Co., Furniture, The Fuld Store,
Useit Bakery, 58 West Broadway. 111 . Park. CLOTIIING,
117 E. Park St. EWELRY, ETC.
Ma------ JEWELRY, li:''TC.
httn B. akery, l TI' MEN'S OUTFITTERS -
Uncle Sam's Loan Office,
Dahl's Bakery, I'eoi, ,'ruit Co., Emporium Clothes Shop. 11 S. Wyoming.
107 N. Montana Street. 8) V. Park St. 34 N. Park.
Royal Bakery, 47 W. Park.
20 South Main. GROCERIES Palace Claothing & Shoe Store, TAILORS
63-66 N. Park St.
Home Baking Co., Montana Clothing and Jewelry Fashion Tailoring Co.,
Olympia St. Comupany, 47 WV. Park St.
t roery, O. 1 5. i Bernard Jacoby, Tallor,
A 0 roryO.K. Store, 19 (r S,-Dakota street.
BIABE HO' P, Nwrlh Mait. 24 E. Park St. Montana 'tailors,
BARBER S OP1'S lh1 W\aslii,i,. ltnl(,tlt.h,, 425 N. Main street.
18 WIest t'ark. 27 \V. Park.
Con Lowney, J. R. Becky, E.0h. ark street.
Park Barber Shop, Alien's Grocery, MEAT MARKETS Dund l r .
86 5. Park. 1204 E. Second street. 62 West Park Street.
86__.Park.Kermode, Groceries, Ed's Market,
421 East Park street. 500 East Park. W. Oertel,
BATTERIES Poynter's Cash Store, 431. S. Arizona St.
1864 Harrison. Big 4,
RECHARGED S F. T. A. Cash Grocery, PHOTOGRAPHY 17 W. Park St.
627 East Galena Street. lutTaornCo
IButte Tailoring Co.,
Montana Battery Station, '. J McCarthy, Thomson's Park Studio, 116 S. Main St.
224 S. Arizona. 64 E. Broadway. 217 East Park Street.
Iutte Battery Co., McCarthy-Bryant & Co., UNDERTAKERS
S11 S. Montana St. 317-319 East Park Street.
lII\V ll\( I'S aBishop Bros., POO HALLS
180 Walnut St. - Larry Duggan. Undertaker,
180_alnuSt.Golden Gate I'ool IHall, 322 North Main street.
l:xelSo I)itribting Co., White House Grocery, 272 East Park.
002 Utah Ave. 508 West Park. Daniels & Bilboa, Undertakers,
-Montana ('asih (rce. Co., 135 East Park street.
CLOTHES CLEANING w'sGern Cashc Mn , & OPTICIANS
AND PRESSING 2 0 Iarvard. VULCANIZING
Montana Jewelry Co., -
Opticians, Etc., J. L. Mathiesen, Vulcaniling,
B Ja.oh . 7Daota Street. 73 East Park St. 40 East Galena.
INGS 112 N. Main St. 1942 Harrison Ave.
CONFECTIONS Donella sirt shop, OUTFITTERS WELDING
W ialto Bldg. --
Pat McKenna, Murphy Money Back Store, Francis J. Earlp, Oxy-Acetylene Welding Works,
314 North Main. 65 E. Park St. 7156-719 1. Front St. 130 South Arizona.
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