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Fishing Is the Sport
See the beanties that o1[h
e's are ealclliln ': Ithev t
1hlove boughl Ihrir ,lll'iit a
hsere. Let ns sell V-il the
best in fishing l le .
!Zhe Kind That Gets 'Em.
_fly r11s .... $2.75 to $5.75 o
,:astin i lsg r is ....-- $1.75
Reels, the beller l kinnl,
Braitled enaln el silk line.
yo1l c¶allnult beat it, 25
Specil red nta fly hnks, t
per - t - -. - - $1.25 t
Six-lfoot leander -....- 35c
Fly books, leaher `laxes,.
splinneros (I' every kind.
We carry what you want
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Mechanics' Fine Tools
Plumbing and Electrical
Phone 956-221 E. Parl
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FOR MEN'S WEAR
Let us get .you :ready for
Big 4. Tailor
17 W. PARK ST.
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WE DO OUIR OWN
WORK. IN OUR
IT IS DONE
S & S. Jewelry Co.
12 E. PARK.
310 East Park, Anaconda,
Pool, ice cream, soft drinks of all
kinds, good assortment of cigars,
cigarettes, tobacco and candy.
All patriotic, labor and, fraternal
organizations are requested to notify
the. Victory Celebration headquartc>
era Thursday, - phone No. 1500,
whether they will, or will not, bd
reps >;ted ~ ,a the. Victory parade.
HOW CHIEF DETECTIVE
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jail he interfered and expostulated
with the officer who..releasetL the
soldier, but continued to accuse himh
of being a "slacker." Toole told of
how others present who were ex
service men had remonstrated with
Morrissey who continued tq accuse
the men in uniform of being "slack
Morrissey Draws Gun.
It was at this Doint, said 'Tooole,
when Torpey entered the circle and
remonstrated with Morrisscy for his
actions. Morrissey thereupon severe
ly rated Torpey and became so abus
ive that the young man attempted
to brush Morrissey aside, when Mor
rissey fell on his back in the corri
As Morrissey fell to the floor, de
scribed the former city attorney, he
reached into his pocket and drew a
gun. Toole said he and some other
person rushed to Morrissey and Toole
grasped the officer by the wrist ol
the hand in which he was holding
the gun, while Torpey moved away
Attorney Toole said he could not be
sure whether Morrissey was intoxi
cated at the time or not, since be was
not conpetent, he said, to judge when
the officer was dliunk or when sober.
Torpey was called aid told a story
similar to that of Toole with the ad
dition of details of the in'cidents-lead
ing up to the fracas. -He said Maor
rissey had been continually baiting
a returned soldier namend Fenlon who
was one of the watchers appointed'
by Mayor Maloney. lie describen
how, when Morrissey was placing
IFenlon under arrest without cause.
:the then city attorney had interfered
;and caused Morrissey to release his
Invited Into Alley.
Torpey told of how another ex
service man named Murphy, who
was present, had become incensed at l
the actions of Morrissey and had in
vited the officer "out in the alley.'
Murphy was "half shot," said Tor
pey, but Morrissey "was worse than
that." After Murphy had inviteu
Morrissey into thh alley, said Torpey, c
the gunman then ceased his vituper
ation toward Murphy and started in
to assail another man named liar
rison. Later, he said, Morrissey
called hidn (Torpey) a slacker ant:
it was tlen that the witness pushed
the alleged woozy chief of detectives
Jolin L, Harrison testified sub
stantially the same as the other wit
nesses as to incidents in the city hall
How Dick ''reats Women.
Illuminating evidences of Morris
sey's treatment of respectable women
was brought out when Mrs. William
Seymour told on the stand how Mor
rissey had brutally ejected her from
the polling place in precinct 4-B on
the evening of the primary election.
Mrs. Seymour testified she was a
watcher and checker at the polling
place when Morrissey entered and in
a loud voice demanded to ktnow who
was raising at disturbance there.
There had been no disturbance, she
said. and no one answered. Then.
she said, the city's head 'dick
tapped her on the shoulder and
ordered her out of the place. "He
called to the judges to put ome out,'
said the witness and when they did
not do so, exclaimed: "13y God, 1'1
put her out!"
Morrissey then brutsE4-J',p grasped
her and lifting tier ,fro' htier feet
threw her out tlht dor,,s e said.
Mrs. William Beealei.. 1sbhstit:tiatetd
the testimony givei> bj~ :":i5 Sey
More Brutality ShI1ii.t.
When the hearing was t 'timed, at
10 o'clock this niorninlg,' Carrie
Itask was called as .a witness.
N She stated that site is the p oprl
etor of the rooming house known' at
P the Boston block. About '10 month,
ago Morrissey and four other plain
clothes men came tb her place and
arrested a man in one of her front
rooms, she said. *Sie was' occupied
in her room at the retir but wtas
attracted by cries for help. She
rushed to the fronlt Ioom ?ind sa:n
the roman who was being arrested
standing with his hands in the lii
and blood running downi his flace
while Edward Morrissey beat him
over the head with the butt of a
gun. The nian was cryingfor aid,
saying, "Don't let him kill tme!" she
The four other officihs,, she de
clared, did not int.err'upt Moairissoy'"
fun. but stood quietlc by, Mris.tiask
however, buttedl ii. and told :tiorris
sey to take the mani al0oig If 'he was
under arrest but not to kil, himt ii:
InHt IFilliger; Qult.
Morrissey, Mrs. "'.aslt: testified.
struck the man ovel the Jligad twiice
I after she arrived, but quit when he
hurt his hand on the trigei', cutting
a gash in his finger whielh 1bled freely.
Attorney Meyer in his cross ques"
tioning of this witness tried to show
that the man who was 'beaten had
once been in the penit.etilary'--evi
dently thinlking that it is n prope)
pastime for a police oficer to beat
anyone over the head who has ever
been in the penitentiary and that
other officers who happen to be by
standers should not interfere.
However, it was not proven that
the young man who was beat up in
this instance had ever been in the
Says Draggefl Wife.
The next witness called was Mis,
Ethel Bailey, the younlg ladyl whl
roomed next door to the Morrissey':
last March and beheld him dragging
his wife around his backyard by ith
hair of her head.
The appearance of Miss Bai.o.
created consernation in the, legal
army which has rallied to the de
fense of the notorious gunman. At
torney Jones leaped to his.f.tt ntg
pictured the terrible hardshiti tha
would be worked upon all concernet;
by going again into an investigatiot
of the circumstancep, surroundnug
the sudden death of Mrs. Morrisse>
last March. "It would mean that ,we
would be here .1l slimmer," con
tended Mr. Jones, sweltering in the
close air of the council chainber. "It
we open this thing up again, we
will be obliged to listen all ovebr
e again to the 96 witnesses who -testi
fled at ,the, corpUnr's. JU --rad, tq
Y OU will enjoy your trip Fiore if you are
equipped to care for any :tire or engine
trouble that may arise. The tools you
don't have are often the onestyou. will beneed
ing first. Is your old jack about: worn out, bbet-''
ter get one of our new Standard Jacks, priced
from $2.00 up. Or do you need a new ptapi?
We have the kind you have been wanting. Bet
ter look over your tool kit and see if any are
missing. Pliers, wrenches, screwdrivers, cold
chisels, punches and hammer, you may neerl
them before.you return.
A SPLENDID HABIT.,
Always take an extra gallon of Motor Oil.
Swan & Finch Motor Oil is pure. We have it.
PHONE: 6035 226E. PARK ST.
.~ .. . -
The "One Big Union" Convention
The following is the constitution
of the One Big Union of Canada:
"Modern Industrial Society is divid
ed into two classes, those who pos
sess and do not produce, and those
who produce and do not possess.
Alongside this main division all oth
er classifications fade into insignifi
cance. Between the two classes a
continual struggle takes place. As
with buyers and sellers of any com
modity there exists a struggle on the
one hand of the buyer to buy as
cheaply as possible and on the other,
of the seller to sell for as much as
possible, so with the buyers and sell
ers of labor power. In the strug
gle over the purchase and sale of
labor power the buyers are alw\ays
masters-the sellers always work
ers. From this fact arises the in
evitable class struggle.
"As industry develops and owner
ship becomes concentrated more and
more into fewer hands, as the con
trol of the ecenomic forces of society
become more and more the sole prop
erty of imperialistic finance, it be
:omes apparent that, the workers, in
order to sell their labor power with
any degree of success, must extend
their forms of organization in ac
Cordance with changing industridl
methods. Compelled to organize for
self defense, they are further com
pelled to educate Ihgmnselves in pre
paration for the social change which
economic developments will produce
whether we seek it or not.
The One Big Union therefore seeks
many more," he asserted. "We do I
not fear the investigation, Mr. Mor- I
rissey does not fear the investiga- 1
tion." earnestly stated Mr. Jones. 1
Mr. Morrissey does not fear the in- c
vestigation, said Joiies in effect, but c
he is darned anxious to avoid it. t
Willie Meyer made. an eloquient plea<
in behalf of Morrissey.
Let Dead RIest.
"Let the poor woman 'trest in.
peace," cried Billy Meyer.with tears
in his eyes. "The relation, between
that woman and this inan was
sacred," cried the little attorney, "let
as not drag the poor lady from her
"No, let her be," angrily mulltterlsc
a man in the coulrt r'ooml, "she iha;
been dragged around' enough atl
Attorney Wittenburg was moved
by these earnest alppkalsI. Much to
the satisfation of Edward Morrissey,
Brcen, Jones, Meyer and the A. C.
M., Attorney \Vittenburg took pity
upon the ellmbarrassed exponents of
family peace-- a il Morrissey, and he
offered to confine introduction, of
testimony relative to .paragrapht 1i
of thi conmplaint, whichi, Was to the
affect thalt Mrl'rissey in drunkenness
beat his wife almost daily troth
March 20 to Maretich 8. the day shie
died, to one quptastion to this one Wit
ness, Ethel Bailey.
This question was to be whether
or not she ever saw Morrissey drunk
Describes Brutal Act.
Morrissey arid his supportiers wvert
extremely pleased to hear this flrot
a gentlemali of Mr. Witteibur'g'
standing. This was evinced by ih
amiles which spread upon Ihel
,countenances and the gracious mant
aer which immediately ensued it
their treatment of opposing counsel.
Miss Bailey was asked the ques
tion and answered to the effect that
she had seen Mr. Morrissey drunk
once. Pressed to tell whether she(
knew he was drunk at that time ot
only thought he was drunk, she said
that she thought he was drunk be
cause he was dragging his wife
around -by the hairl in his oacfk yard.
that vwais the only reason she thodlght
he was drunk-that and the
language he used. Miss Bailey at
the time was inside the house and
Montaia Cash GroceryL
(Vormcrly. the Hill Grocery) '
FREl ROGERS, Mgr.
Pmt .t ATiENTIO TO PHO. CALLS
Fancy large cantaloupes 10c, and 2 for ...... .........25c,,
Large, juicy oranges, Suhkist brand, per dbi.- ........ 550.O
Large, juicy lemons, Surdikst brand,-per doh.. 504,
F'eaches, per basket ...........-- .~......---- -3
Apricots, per basket " - -85
Plums, per basket ..................... ..... .. ........--90
W atermelons, per Ib . ...... ............. .................... 4c
Large Bing cherries, per lb. ........... ... .2
SAY YOU SAW\VIT IN THE BULLETIN .
to organize the wage worker, not, ac
cording to craft, but according to
industry; according to class and
class needs. We, therefore, call upon
all workers to organize irrespective
of nationality, -sex or craft into. a
workers' organization, so that all
may be enabled to more successful
ly carry on the everyday fight over
wages, hours, etc., and prepare our.
selves for the day when production
for profit shall be replaced by pro
duction for use.
"Workers of the World Unite."
This historical document will, be
helpful to the copvention of the One
Big Union on July fith at Butte.
The Metal Mine Workers of
America local, Butte, elected their
delegates last night to the One Big
The arrangement committee re
ports that if it is at all possible an
executive member of the One Big
Union of Canada will be in the con
vention and will address mass meet
ings that will be arranged during the
days of the convention sessions.
The dance cormmittee, on the One
Big Union convention dance to be
given at the Pallmont hall on the 7th
of July are looking to all the pro
gressive minds of the city to help
in making the dance a success in or
der to provide financial hacking, to
the One Big Union move.
Reports are in that the convention
will be very well attended and that
numerous plans Will be submitted
for getting the workers together in'
a One Big Union.
12 feet or more away. She ctuld
not smell Morrissey's breath and: did
not see him stagger. She could not
be sure that he was drunk. Sle.I
only thought he was because lie,way
dragging Mrs. Morissey around. by
the hair and talking like he was
This concluded Miss Bailey's testi
mony, since, by agreement of coun-.
sel she was allowed to give no more.
The prosecution then rested about
11 o'clock. Morrissey asked for a
few minutes recess in which to sum,
After the recess, three wltnesses
for Morrissey were sworni-Peter
Ireen. night jailor at- the city hall,
when John Boyle, the Pipestone.
rancher, was assaulted by Morrisse)
Mr. Casey and Armio.ur.
Jailer Breen testified that John
Boyle was lbrought down the steps 01
the jail by Ed Morrissey about 3
o'clock in the morning in a drunlen
condition, that le walkedtdown wdith
Mbrrissey and was not thrown down.
as John Boyle himself testified
Breen said that Morrissey told him
to lock Boyle up and stilldk a charge
of disturbance against him. Ilreeli
said that he did so. II said thai
he found $34 on Boyle add keptcoui
$25 fqr a bond to appear at 10
o'clock. He said he kept tiol In two
or three hours, ihen-turned him out.
lHe $aid that Boyle Was not struck
'y Morrissey or by aiyo. e and that
, was reileasedl without any injurlies
o hil: person whatever, that his lip
,as not lut and his face was not
ileedilg---as Mr. Boyle hid claimpd,.
I'pon cross-examination by Altor
wy \\Wlttunburg. Breen adhiitted that
wir stood 10 feet within the jailer's
ooffice when Boyle came down the
stairs antd couldn't see how he came
down, whether he was thrown down
( by Morrissey or whether he walked
a The docket of, the police court was
f produced before the cotnmiissiop in
I order to show that the charge of dis
s- turbance against Boyle was not
e prosecuted---the record showing that.
i. he was dismissed for lack of prose
t cution was offered, as evidence. It
e substantiated Mir. Boyle's statement.
When Breen was dismissed the
d colnimission adjourned for lunch.
KQMEII E TIME
A. M:W Joo~,S ecumba to
Cancer ý. Mrin Carried
Into the bous'e on West
MI cinry on Stretcher.
As he. was being carried ihto his
home on a stretcher last evening,
just after his return to Butte from
Rochester, Minn., where lie went in
an unsuccessful attemlit to be oper
ated on for a cancer, A. M. Johnson,
611 West Mercury street, died. Mr.
J.ohnon was 59 years of age, a native
of Norway and for the last 35 years
had been chief ropeman for the A.
Mr. Johnson is survived, by his
widow, a brother, Enor Johnson, of
Newport, R. L.. and four sisters, Mrs.
Tom Protto of Butte, Mrs. James R.
Anderson. of Feeley, Mrs. Robert Rae
of Great Falls, and Mrs. James Peter
son of Jamestown, R. I.
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'TRIES C O SUIT;
LIKES IT; TAKES IT
Wearing an air of nonchalance and
minus his coat, a stranger entered. the
Pallace Clothing company's store on
East: Park street yesterday after
noon and finding the clerks busy,
calmly waited on himself and try
ing on a. nobby gr' suit which lie
found fitted him to a 'T" walked
out with it. His departure was. no.
noticed, by the clerks until after they
hlad also discovered the suit had de
Parted with the stranger.
MAj ARlID YE;TEtrID. Y.
Miss Florence McFarlane became
'the bride of L. H. Goodenljeger at
a ceremony performed yesterda.i af
ternoon at: the home of the groom''s
brother,. Charles M. Goodenberger,
312 West. Silver street. Following
the ceremony the bridal Darty was
mntertained at the Silver Bow club'.
The happy couple will motor. to Los
Angeles, where they will make their
H1UNDREIt JUNE BRIDES HERlE,
Records in the office of Clerk of
the Court Otis Lee show that an even
100 couples secured licenses to
mnarry here during the month of
June. Ninety per cent of the con
tracting parties were Butte residents,
it was stated.
ROB (GARAGE; STEAL C:AR.
James McNeckin last night re
ported to the p.olice that on Sunday
night some party or parties unknown
forced an entrance to his garage and
made away with. . a 7-passengem
Buick car. No trace of the car or
the thieves has as yet been found.
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canls that President De Valera ad- f
dress a mass meeting of citizens i
In view of the fact that the Irish
president is a world figure, both I
through his leadership .of the .revolu
:tion whichlcaused the ~stabiishment
of-the.republic in Irelanid despite:all
efforts of the English governsnant to
suppress it and from the. further fact
that his arrival in this country fol
lowed hig.d'aring running of .tieEtig
lishl blockade, placed op, all Irishmen
of republican telidencies, it is ailitici
pated that De Valera's Visit toButte
will be the occasion ,oa one of the
largest gatherings' in this ;city iouhis
"We are extremelY alixious 'o liear
Professor De. Valera," said Judge
Jeremiah .Lynch, wto, with James E.
Murray, is directing the effor'ts to
bring the leader to Butte: "N6t only
is .he, just .now, very much in the
public eye. because of the iitelrest
being displayed all over the United
States in the. Irish question, bit' lis
utterances of recent nlonths stamp
him as a leader .of the first min.nu:
tude. Temlperate, far-teeing, and
practical, he has alreadyl won the
confidence of thousranid of Atfi irl
cans, . tegardless of th'fr bei:fs:: or
irevious opinions on. tlfe Irish :qtes
tion, An audience of 4'0,000 pI ple
listenbd to him in' B0otopf Sut` Iy
and' when he speakl at' Madisdo
Squ re garden it is p'edi' ted thti
theAttendance Will break ll records;
Buitte will give him ·a weltoine tlil
he 'ion't forget if we can ndidice hini
to come west."
R-34 WiELLt O
(Continued From Page Oie.)
on top'of.the gas bag.", Thi diriglble
has , wireless apparatus eapable of
communicating over a radius of 1,700
Jus.t before climbing aboatd, Lieu
tenalit Conulminder LatsddOne, the
'Ametican who is making tite fl:ght
in, the dirigible, gave the following
message to the United Press,, to be
delivgied- to his four-year-old solh at
Grand gapids, Mich;: "lIkpect. to
arri ' ini tldie United States in an air
,ship by end of the weekl, See you
-soon. Cheerio, Dad." Lahsdowne
will be given the hondr of steering
he .big boat to the landing place at
(Special United Press Wire.)
London, July 2.--Position of the
British diriglible R-34 at noon,
Gr'tenwich time, was 55.7 north lat
'titude, 14.5 west longtitude, a wire
,less to the admiralty announced.
lie message said: "All's well."
'J ENCOUNTERS A FOG.
(Special United Press Wire.Y
London. July 2.-The air ministry,
shortly after noon; received a wire
less saying the .R-34 .encountered a
thick fog 430 miles from the start-:
ing .point, and had to reduce their
sped tp 32 hnots.
IKI LED I
St. Patti Girl Investigates
and Finds Body That of
er Mis s i n g Brother.
The body of the unknown man
killed in a railroad accident at S11
ver Bow last October, which was
buried in Mountain View cemetery,
hlias been identified as that of Cole
man Connoily] 46, a resident of
Butte for several years prior to his
death. The identification was made
by Miss Mary Connolly of St. Paul, a
sisiter of the unfortunate man.
Coming to Butte Miss Connolly be
gan an investigation that convinced
bet the man who was killed was- her
brother. The coffin was disinterred
yesterday, were properly identified
and' retioved to Walsh's undertaking
afdrlors, where services were held
thit morning pleparatory to the shlp.
ment 6f the body to St. Paul. It wae
ascertained that the decda.eed was
a member of the St. Paul chapter of
the Ancient Order of Hibernians.
$100 reward will be paid to any
otie proving we do not put in the
best main spring for $1. Mayer, 37
North Main street.-Adv.
A party of overland tourists ar
riving last evening was made up of
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gasser and their
two children. of. Seattle, Mrs. H. C.
Geer and J. A. Jacoby of Beebe, Ida.,
en route to the Yellowstone.
J. J. Carmichael, H. J. Courtney,
and L. H. McClelland were pronmilient
Gi'anite county business men who
were registered from Philipsburg.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Christianson were
in from their place on the Big Hole
yesterday for a short shoppli:g visit.
George B. Omer came over last
night from Neihart and reports great
activity in the camp.
Miss Catherine Robertson and Mists
Lavivian Meek are visiting in the city
from Caldwell, Ida.
Mr. and Mrs. George B. Bturk, of
Helena are visiting friends in Butte
for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Vinson of Ana
conda are recent arrivals from the
James Gardner and Charles O'Neil
are down from the big Blackfoot for
a few days.
Mrs. L. L. Lubeley was in town
from IRyegate yesterday visiting
M. W. Warick of Paradise was
among the out-of-town guests last
Dr. C. M. Eddy, dentist, 204-245
Pennsylvania block. Phone 4035-W.
George E. Baker is a prominent
Jefferson valley visitor from White
Mr.' Mid Mts. George Durnin reg
istered last Ayening from Missoula.
J. F. McNamee was a prominent
visitor from the capital last evening.
A. O. Parke was in the city from
Ruby yestdrday on mining businless.
Mr, and Mrs. Edgar D: Stirling
are recent guests from Billings.
Washington Market. Ground bone,
7 pounds for 25c.-Adv.
SMrs. Gdorge H. Hoy is visiting
Woodierie of the World!
Ptblic h installation, Wednesday,
July 2, 8: 30 p. m., K. of P. hall.
Neighbors;. visiting neighbbrs, thetr
frientls a i$,fanilies invited. IDancint.
: AME1 E tlhiNNETTS,
M. J.I GE1I~G , Clerk.
1IUTTE OCAMP NO. 153, W. O. W.
1t. M. it. V. TO i'AAI) .
Methberrs f,~ the United Spanish
Wdi Veterahs at their meetiig last
night deciddd ,o march in a bljdy ip
.the Fotrtthof July parade. Toe vet
erans ask all tienibers rand ail- visit
ing Spanish NVir vets to meet with
thefi in fi'ont of the county conot
house on the thorning of the Fourth
at 9:30 o'clock. It was alio an
nounced that the Ladies' auxiliary of
the organization will participate in
b'PEN1 NEW PAilt.
With an add iess by W. McC.
White and selections by the Elks
drum coi'ps, the new park recently
secdred by the cdounty from the Tide
water Investment company in the
neighborhood of Lake Avoca was
formally opened last night.
COUNCIL MEETS TONIGiHT.
The first regular meeting for the
month of July will be held by th -
city council this evening.. A numbs
of matters of Importance, especially
with reference to the creation of ne'"
paving districts will be up for di:
AVILL TRAVEL TOGCTHFIiR.
Thomas Stewart- and MisiDrnuple
Daull were n~Arried yesterday at
St. Paul's Episcopal church. Fol
lowing a honeymoon -of a waeek the
,-ialppy couple will he at homne to
r their friends at 909 Delaware a-rp
eau 4, ;,:. ..
Pounds of Ice
S. & H. Green Trading Stamps
with. all cash purchases
and first payrient on time
.pur'chases. Shiners, the
,only fuirniture store thatI
gives: stamps with pur
takln at par .in exchanrge
EASIEST OF TERMS
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1The Men's Style
Store of Butte
,29-31 WEST PARK STREET
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
"Where Good Fellows Meet"
42 E. Park St.
Over People's Theater
AY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
FORS ALE:. AT ALL.:
GROCERS AND AT
107 N. MONTANA: ST.
Phone' 41 47-W
SAY YOU S'AW IT IN BULLETIN.
Your photo makes an Ide.l gIff
It is one thing your friends
cannot buy, We have many
styles to offer. Have your sit
Thomsons' Park Studio
Johin-l.•a m., ;~ , . ,r.
S217 East Park Street.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BTJLLETIN
VfWE STRN.ASif MAT]
P. ReUsch, Prop. Pir.nu 5T127R
We li~indle btit the best. Can aell/
for .the least.
2i 410 HARVARD AVE.
who care for correct style aid
perfect fittihg, get their suits
7ZA LADIES' TAILOR
. 504 W. Park St.
225 EAST PARK ST.
We Will 8erve You Right
Pleasant and Clean
Leaves Anaodhd-a every evening
on arrival of train from nButte at
6 p. m., arriving at Philipsburg
at 7:30 p. m. W. BELLM, Prop.
THlE BUTTE BULLEIN
Is Sold at
mIeeke's Ice Creami Parlor
.422^ East rPak St. Anaii.ida