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tLLE N AM OMO'1E Lt AGE
IT DEPE[NOS ON
HOW YOU LOQOK
London. July 4---The taxicab driv
cr is tlhe best hated man in London.
All throilgh the war ice ruled the
taxiriding public with an iron hund
andt his sway, owing to the olllin
ued shortage of cabs. probably will
have to be endurcd for manly mnoi
You may ride in a taxicab Ilee,
only if the driver finds that your
destilnation suits his ownl conven
icnce. His decision will be infllu
enced by his quick prognosis of the
amount of the tip your apear'anet
and mnanner indicate. If you looke
like a "close in" you will save timte
by joinilng a1 qtlueue for a lbus or by
throwing yourself into the mael
ltrci'm1 l of ia tube crowd, forl it is cr
tain that you won't ride il a taxi
Any nlan bold enough to challenllge
thile lofty autlhority of a taxiib
driver wins instant pop!ulalrity and
draws about him a throng of admir
ors. So there were lould cheers anid
a rlsh for tilhe spot whOll a pallssienger
the other day drove ilnto aI emplllty
taxicab passing through the Strandd
an1d refutsed tile driver's delitlanld that
he get out. The driver stoppled his
cab and refused to budge.
"'Drive nie to Liverpool street. You
can't refuse a fare," said the passen
''Canlt 1? Get out of my cab," re
torted the driver.
A policemn 'lll pul Ihed his way
through the crowd, with "\\'hat 's
''lie refuses to get oult of mlly 'lUb."
"He refluses to drive ile," w\vas the
shouted cholrus of driver and fare.
Trhe policeman began to malek
notes. "I)o youll \ish to plroselcute?' '
lie asked the plassentger.
"No, I want to get to Liverpool
street," was the mild replty.
'Stick to it," the spectator:s urged
The crowd soon bIlocked the street.
The driver leaned unconcernedly
against tile mudguard of his cabl and
lighted a cigarette. Thlle fare reclin
ed against the cushions. This con
tinllued for 20 minuties. The crowd
begian bettillg on the outcolme. ' O(ddls
were :iffered on1 the driver.
"\T;cll, said the passenger at nlast.
irather weakly, "I thinkl I've taughtl
you)1 al lesso'1 ."
"Not going, are you?" s:nelered the
"lt'nfortunlately. I haIlve anll ip
lrpointmenlllt," thll fare said to the
crotwd as he alighted, trying to cove'r
''he taxicab driver took hIiis seat
triumlhantly and with a mckling
toot of his horn drove away. le still
Il nRDILI IB IUS i .1F
THE IBIBLED YANKS
Washington, 1). C., July 1. -United
Stales soldiers. sailors, and mar'ines
who are injured in llie service of
their countr'y are receiving special
coinsideration at the Ilihands of ithei
United States civil service conlumis
sion and the fetlderal board for voca'
tional edulcation, worlking in co-op
VVWhen the civil service comilllis:ionl
receiveS aln appliction flor examinia
tion fromn a discharged Yunk., whose
physical conditionl is s ch t halt li
would not ordinarily lbe i'cepted(1,
his case is referred to the fedtleral
board for vocational education. The
federal board tur!'ns the inuttier over
io a field officerl who promplily goes
out after the man and offers hii 11the
services of tile hoalrd's organization
for special trainlinig to fit him for
thlie work for which he has applied,
or for soil. other eipllllloy etll tl if it
does not seeiii lpracticabile to tralin
hlil for lthl work for whilh he made
appl!lication to the civil service coin
Tmission. Hntlldreds of Sulh clses
have been referred to the federal
board by the civil service coinliiis
Und1er a recent amelndmlent of lthe
civil service rules, made Oil the ree
ollllnendation of the civil service coili
mission, the commiission iiavy waive
the e'tablislihedl hysical reqluirementls
in favor of a disabled aind honorably
discharged soldier, sailor, or mlarine,
upon theli certification of the federal'
board for vocational education that
he has been specially trained for and
has passed a practical test demon
:;trating his physical ability to per'
formi tihe diuties of the class of posi
tions ill which employmllent is soughlt.
we have a large assortment of
used and retreated tires at rea
Agents for Racine Tires.
J. L. Mathieson
40 E. Galena St. Phone 5067-J
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
.RAND AVENUE REPAIR SHOP
\utomobile Repairing, Lathe
Work and Mill Work,
All Work Guaranteed.
Corner Harrison and Grand. I
Tens of Thousands Gather
At Ring to See Big Fight
Toledo, Ohio, July 4.---:At 9 o'ilocl
this morling the gates of the lmass
ive arena built at Ilayviow Ipark her,
by Tex llickard and Frank it'lournoI
sWlung oIen for bleacher patrons an11
t!he first move of thie day for the 12
ioiuncd world's chanmpionship bout 5"
tv.eetn Jees W.illard. champilion, andll
.lack Demlpsey, challenger, had bee:
A loI li e oft tie ten dolllr ,e:c
Lion was waiting last night. Through
ithe long llhoulrs they stuckl, solme sit.
ting o1n boxes, muinching on sand
wiche.- IIhers alternately standing
or lying down.
)Rickard hoped to have the chealpel
seats filled within all hour after the
gates were olpenledi Shortly there
after the otherl' gates were to olne
and what was expected t' te t ie big
gest. crowd that ever saw at sporting
event in the Unillted States was it
The arenal, built in octagolla
shape, is equipped with many en
rances, each labeled for tilhe section
to which it leads. llollde.s of tickets
were to bei carefully sepllarated and
directed to their parlticular sections
To aket slure tat no collnfusion ex
ist ed, Rickard and Flourney have
engaged t0)0 soldiers, reently dis
charged from the service, to ;lnet a f
ushers aind special policemen. Thllese
menI, 11cunder the conalld of formell(
lieulltenants allnd captains, were swornI
ill as special dep, tlies, with power tI
makie arrel'lst~s. They wierle armed.
They were instructed thait lhe isle
toa'st be kept free. No sltandingli pat
eons, Iccordind g 1to 1111O 1 0l0ll11lelnt
soIlli tillle ago, were to be allowed.
The tirlltrile, it Witas expected by
lamells .I. t1tloughllin, of Sanl Franl
visco, its desiglln'er, will t abou110111
,0,00 1 persons. If all seats are tak
en it \wil eclipse by about fifteen
thollusand the largest crowd everl at
it sporting event in thie United States
The greatest erowd,. if mllemory is
correct, attended the last ifootbal
game between Yale and Harvard uni
versities ill tie Yale Iowl at New
-havetn, Co11 . limi lltes then pllaced
the \'number present at about 82,01111.
buillt thlese figurlles \were ciuit do\wnii con
siderably I by ain offliciall nllllnollnce
11 lit . which pllced tthe Iti i eldance
at Soall hil li tliore thaln 60,000.
itt e first lolt of the day
s'll'ated at 1 t.il Ill., clcordiilng to ied
Tlh,(,hr, prlnsid nt of the Toledc,
.Athletic 'l )b, under the aus
pices of whlich the lbollt was being
staged. Somethinllg was to take place
tvery 1 f ll tilt-If the ti ts= frolll Itlh l
oln. At 3 o'clock, the prolmlte)ol'
planned to hav, the chanmpio)islhip
contlle de'rs step intl the rillS. At
3:30 : ; t tlhe latest, it was staled, Ithe
bOlu Woluld lie oil. Mallny thing:; call
happen, nowe er, at such tim
1111 tll' sll Vis Ift lifte fig i il if lff illlti
he 4 or lalter tbfore the prilnlipMll
gladiators of the af'terollo Woulld( go
Thie two hIavyweiglits have bon
best of conldition. )lDempsey :uflfertd
a, bit of ill ,luck somet weekts ago whol
InT eyletI inl a glovhe used by ore (i
his sparing Upartners scralped his
eyebrow lland ut a del (hlepl gash. IIll
riefit flod o m btl'' ll l ilnlgI llif'f if wailS
The training period of ,ach was ir
a great deal of fime to buildig hi
weightl to a lpoint wit re it would bi
more nearly equal hliti of Willard
for lie needed weight to offset thi
iemat Ipoundage of the c'hallllion
Willard. on the other hand, arriv,
ill aimp fat and slow and woVke('
strenuously to tale off weight. Th
Drocess, therefore, was one of build
ing toward each olher. The differ
enc.e in w\'eights was exlpeted to h
about forty pounds, perhaps a litth
IANTS AERIAL GENT
IN EVERY COUNTRY
Ltieutt .Col. W. A. Larned, who wa:;
recently relieved froil d1y1 ais chief
of tlhe American air forces in Eri1g
laId, is in Washiigton, according to
inlforlatiotn iec'ived by the \Ianu
flcturerrs' Aircraft associatioiin. draw
tig uip ia repor' t of the Wrill' dIelptrt
luienrt, which in turn will be submtit
(led to Presi(dent W\'ilson, advising
that the I( ittted States needs all
aerial replresetltaeti\e in every allied,
il fact. all countries of the world.
(Great Britain has alrerady taike!l te(ps
toward tits end, trig. Gen. t. E. O.
(Charlton ht.vinig booen atta'ched to the
erltntassy at Washinigton.
'V'e mutti wat, hi the civilian fly
ing of other nations, comitnlercial and
pr'ivate elnterprise's, ind keel aibreast
of thet all.' said (Col. larned in
talking with offiicial of the air ser
vice i short tie, ago. "(ese ol.' great
progress mtade du'ring lthe war will
be ha]ldicaped anid hindered in its
future growth by this lack of knowl
"\V'!i1e the airiplante was itnvent.ed
in Amierica aid manya of its best parts
have been developed here, thie genius
of Eulropean inationsl has been (devot
ed for lmore thali 10 years towards
mllaking the airplane safe for general
travel. They have accomnplished
mlltuch in tile other conlltlties.
"I believe we should send over
attaches, just as we have an army
and a navy attache onl the enmbassy
staffs in all countries in which we
are represented by ambassadors or
For future happiness bfoy Thrift
and War Savings stamps,
liff .ren110 is l artli. . t 1 ( I)e'nIll sey's ti
ol!o "l trs t.) offset ,:any advant:aLge a
uperior -ize gaveo t I ] chanlmpion.
HNelillg favoreld ' tle cihampion
lightly before lhe ba Ille. Odds of
to 1 on V.'illard w,,re quotcd freely a
bout the city a wt''1k ago. but lhis \
Ias r'eceded. ''lT er i; a greIat deal t
if I)(empSey mllonelly. 1le has a host 0
If supporlters and 1 3they have been e
villing to risk their pockletbooks onl
1heir judgnllnt. Therefore, there
ha's lrlcn little chance for WVillard 1
Soney to foirce the odds very high. t
Ticket lpecu'iill ors wer1le strongly:c
n eviden. , willth little effort to dis
outage lthlan. The promoters real
:Zc some time ago that this sort of t
,llntry would have to be dealt with.c
'lit lheie t was no way ill keeping ai
:orain numil rllll of ticke t1;s out of their 1
lUllis. Vihll such an enormlOuS
llllhbr of 1the1 tickets on sale to any
n1o( who c;ur'ed to take them it was
I certainly that some would fall into
he ihands of spleculators.
Trlnspll: ortation facilities to thie
wI0eniat w.tre taxed to theil utlmost '
fro0111 ill early hour. The double
raicked systerl for ,;t'eet carls was
crowded with nearly all available
oiling stock of the city lines. Huge
interulrban cars were pressed into
ýrvl'ice from o0l1lving lines, many of
.vhichl center here. Automlobiles
,lssed in a colnstant. stream. lhun
Ireds made the trip afoot.
It was predicted last night that at
'east S0i.1)tl personiIs would get into
the area, ( l counting newspaper)nlmllenL
'! nd other necessaray persons mixed in
with tihe crowd which paid the
In the center of the arena, which
lolped to a height of about 50 feet
io n bowl shaeled structlre, was the
1'inll----a 211-foot square(II ill order to
provide addliional spac'e for news
pailper Ien. of whom there were sev
er[ huindred. Hulndreds ofl' tel!
graplh instlrllIll(u nts clicked under tlh,
(lges of the ring alld were scattered
back i tihe rows of the l1massive pl'se;s
taund ipr'babily lthe largest press-;
stallnd ever built for any purpose.
tI.'. ally ii 21'-fooit liing is ulsed for
chanliotonship boutls, butil this is not
the first time it sm1ll)ler 1one has been
used. Ad \VWolgaa1t and Iattling Nel-
onll used a "0-foot melosuire when'
they ;:taged their faiuous battle ini
(Califorlnia for t11h lightweight crown.
ll'Promoterl'S declared Ibefore the
Scolntest thatl rain would notl halt the
1bout. Thei tickets ha(ve been sold
alld no rain checkls havei beeIn issued.
'The crowl, they believe, would pay
slllll altllti()on shoulld railln start.
nilyv thousandl1s have comlle here for
1 lthe holiday, havinll only one 1 day to
spend away fronm home, and would
be unable to 'remlain shouldl there b.
a 1ofst f 11 11 ain t.
The fi1t hi out of I the day, schedul
od for 1i ii. ull., was to be between'
\V\'p English. Tohl'do. atnd Whirl
wind Wendt, of the ll'ny. They a"e
lightweights and were to go eight
.lanltas were) to pIrovidle a)l Iight
round scrap at 11 a. u1., with T'on
lily O'lloyle of ('levelantld and Solly
Epstein of Indianalpolis the i princi
.ohnoiny Lewis. Toledo lightweight.
Ind 'l'onTlllly Lo.uIg, 1et roit, were
'llrded for I) rounds at n1oon.
Jocek Malone, St. Paul. aind Nlvy
'tulstolln, Joliet, Ill.. welterweights.
'ere scheduled for Il10 rolllIds at 1
s. In.. and the sluli-windup wtas to be
')eltwoon Frla' nkliie .alsotn. F[. \Vaynlle
'lid.. );untati , and C"rl Tremaine, of
ltefort os for Ith preliiniitri)es
c'.re Pilly krH oksn , )etroil: [Ilcuny
TUlnn. ('leveltind: To Ilodkin. Pitt<
'u "g; 'T'oImly ,1M Cinty, ('loveland;
ol Bauinman, Cincinlati, and Jimmie
levers. ,lacksonl, Mich.
JOHNNY GREEN FINDS
GASOLINE IN TANK
Laporte. inll., J.nllt 7S.--- Twelvt
yoear old i Johln (reeit was playing
around all Ibatndoet'd gasoline tank
IiHe wondered if there was any gas
oline inll it I:tlil;nk a d struck a natch
to see. Thelte tas. Jolhnniy \\ent
to a hospit:[l.
BIG ROAD PROCiAM
OUTLINED FOR YEAR
Estimatesi ci lonte,.l p iat,,d high
'lay expenlditiures in the Uaited
I tates fort ll the season of 1919 1)Iace
tilh, total at aptlproximlattl'y $:0,000,
.l!l " I tt(':! ' of gOV Tllllt llit; I'.e
strictions the itaount was conlsider
a.lly lower thItn this in 1918. wthile
in 1i91 it tVI plated at $2S0.0t00,
Tol:'do. J 'uly t5. illy Milh,' of St
toui- and lattling lev.insky of New
York fought , a sl I -rotunl it ow inl
ilan opent-a iir ;ln hate last l it inh.
'Th ne match was witnessed by about
10.000 perscns. Thie fight vwac staged
in Rossford. julst outside of the city
limits of Toledo.
I)I:(i"tION lOll NOYi .
Cedar Ilphiids. I.. July 4. --Johnny
Noye of St. Paul outpointted -and von
a decisionll over Frank Sullitnl, Pa
cifie coast fighter, last night in ai
FOR AIR SERDI E
I.---1. Fliglhts in aircraft under,
the control of the air service of the
W lar deparltlm-lnt ate aut llhor'izsd for
all traillilng of war purploses;, an(d
such other lpurposes, as are set forith
(a) -IFor thle proper executionl of
any approved project of the air ser
vice or of the air service in coopera-,
tionl with any other branch of the
service or depa1rtmenllt of the gov
ernment-special approval of this of
fice to ble secured in each case.
(b) ---For the demonstration of
aircraft development to officers of
tile executive, legislative and judi
cial branches of the governlment.
(c)--For the ralid transportation
of military or civilian officials of
the governmellt, or messages or ipr
cels in cases of ulrgent necessity and
for the con!vellience of the govern
(d)---For the assistance of strand
,d civilian aviators or whore it is
necesrary for the savinig of huanill1
2. The following imay Ibe cprrlied
as )assenllgers in aircral'ft under the
control of the air service:
(a)---Any person inecessalry to be
carried as a passenger to accomlllish
the lpurpose of ally of the flights
authorized in iparagraph No. 1.
(bI)-- Officers and enlisted men
of the army, navy and marine corps
both active and reserve.
(c)- -Officers an1d enlisted mn
of foreigll armie as aS courtesy wh11t
they are visiting the United States.
3.-----No peson will b I permnitted to
pilot lil''aft unllder the control of
tlih air service except regularly
aulthorizetd air service pilots or bo:nu
fide studenl pilots of the air service.
[1.-- 1. Persons operating air
crlaft who aie noti inll he mlilitary
seIrvice or who are 1not under the
juri:diction of the air -ervice will Ibe
permi'tted to luse government facili
ties it atir ;ervice stationi: conitin.genti
uoltnll their proper observance of the
air anlid lground rulhs ill force at the
particullar statioii ill question, and
sublject to the discretion of the com
;landiig officer thereof as not inter
floring with the proper conduct of
official bu iness of his stationli, a,
(a)- They ' may tbe permitted to
'ind and take-off froml flying tielda.
(ll---They mlay i plerlmitted to
plel airplanesll ill goverlnment han
.illS ov11 lnight of for a sholt tilme
leldillg repa' ir.
DEMANO IS GRiEAER
THAN THE SUPPLY
Sallingtou, July 4I.- Repo1rts to
governinent officials froml all e r'l'
the cotnttl'ry hliow thal the demand
i for ;Ilutoioil!s fl; ti r 1 exceeds the sup
Generally speakinig, these reports
show thiat thli:e dealer:; who are get
ting all the cars they can deliver are
the exceptions. Most iof theiu will
ttll youl thIIat 111h0 mainl questionll is:
"When can I gel dellivery?"
In a nlllt shell lhe so-called car
shlortage is as fllows: VWhile at thil
limle oif the year (ldemand for (ars is
always heaivy, tl!i year the demnandl
is excelptional. Normally the fac
tories can lake care of the heavy de
mand cliaracterlitlite of this ieriod.
But this year they calnlot. Tihe fic
tories ts it whole have been slow il
gettillg back on peace pirodluction.ll
SOne' of Ihorn ai' not anywhere neal
b;ac au.dl, as ;t result, the suplly is
nowhere neiii tie demand. This iv
taking all lcs,, into consideration,
Soime idela i the excellent busi
lness in this territory is allpparent in
the r11110 lapllie'irance of slhow rollom
on it Iri.ght iter OOll. 't'he pros
pDeClive ca;' :\\ illO'rs co011lie t ill
S 11i'lls. 'T]ho..e ]al e bought call
anltl cannllot get delivery on nccoulntl
of the lii'k of cars frotl the flactorie
ace making thiilg warmi for the dis
E'veryl dlrlliltlitor an11d dealer iot
the llnationel capitol i; ('cllll allilhin
over the fact that tllhe sulpply of ctars
is fllr |h.lowv the idemanid. I)Despite
tlhe falt Ihat shiplellt!lts fronm the
factories i05 re rapiidly Ireahlillg the
Ilverage of pre-warll days, olrders ar
tlcrel' tilK ! lO n a greattir rate ;alit
dealer.s todl;y are f'oml 60 to ,0 tier:
b:hillnd 0n their relluirelelllmt.
.\A fellture of the situation is the
detmlnuld fir closed ears, pritcipall"
sed nslll. tcolloes a lld tilliousiies. in tllh
orl'(ier illilli d. In general.' , dealers be
lieve it11 t e \wilt nt i e able to catch Iall
iilh ordtlr: this year. The call foi
tht open c:ar also i- pressing. Son
til1ent ai .ng dealers is that tilt
d(eiand will keep increaSillg at asn
0V.1n fall ;l rate Itlal dTll'ing t11 last
i, S, WILL STAND
BY THE ALLIES
tSpeial United Pil'rss Wire.)
Paris. J lily 4.----")Our flag i; hii're,
our work is here anld our holnolr is
lhere. The world mlustl und lerstand
we will stand by1 the allies in seeing
the pieatce treaty carried out," de
elared C.iteneral Pe'rshing. in conilic
tion with announcementn of the plans
forl' returning to Anlel'ica the regn
lar army divisiou s lnow serving in
GeluanIy. The armly of occutpation
will Ibe decreased gradually until
onlv five or six t!lolls:land leln re
LEAVE T OREDiE
FOH s0LD IN
Officials of Company in
Which Butte People Are
interested Report Good
For the purpore of preparing for
active dredging operaltions on the
property of tilhe Great Northwestern
tinoing & Tradinlg company near
T'ellCer, Alaska, Richard Tracy and
Charlels 'innerlilig, old experienced
luinel s of the Butte distric.t left last
light for Seattle. There, according
iLO an!1ouncenl!ents of the company)lY
officials, the two mien will engage
a crew of men who will be laken to
Nonme. where a huge gold dredge will
'be dismantled and shippied to Teller
to be used in the operations of the:
dGreat Northwestern company.
The pllans for active dredgilng by
Slthe compnany on its rich claims in.
Alaska, according to President J. J.
O'Leary, a well-known Butte mining
Sman, have been made possible by
the response of the Butte public to
the comlllanll cll for funds. It is
.believcd tl e comanlly will have its
dredge in full operation late in Sep
teiebor and will be prepared for t
full seson's 1111 in 1920.
(over'!ieul t rCpofts 011 values ill
gold froi: the Tel!er1 district along
;)luestonne' and Gold Run creeks,
whaere !ihe 'Great Northwestern 1con1
illny's )cprolerties are located, shliow
the values run exceptionally high
and that 75 per cent of the gold can
be recovered by hand picking or
'Thile Great Northwestern company
is a 1lutte cort;poratioll, most of its
officers and .stockholders being resi
dents of this city.
NWILLIE MEYER MAKES
HIT AT BOXING BIUT
A\ttempts y Attorney William
Alcyer, chi ef counsel for Ch'iief of )e
tcrltives Ed tiorrisey in the ipolice
board hearing which closed yester
d:iy, to miake a; speech last night in
favor of the boxilng rofol odl.uni Inca
lrei, during even'ts at the Ortego
'i artfield !boxing contest failed. Al
Ithough it is; a certailty that nrantic
ally every Iprison lpr)esent at the box
ing match is heartily in favor of the
p1alsage of a bill legalzing prliz
fighting in 'Montana, Meyer's at temtpl
to thirus't himself into the limelighl
as a chalmpion of the bill were frus
As Meylter attemlpted to make himil
'I f heard catealls and cries of "Sit
SowII, you stool pigeon" and other
'choice clpithets of like chaltracter wonr
lhurled a t ihe luckless attorlreyv'
head. Thus was AIr. tMeyer's poput
THIRD ASSAULT CHADOE
FILED AGAINST OFFIEFI
Chief of Detectives Ed MV0or
risey Charged With Strik
ing T. J. Hanrahan.
Chief of IDetectives EItd lMorrisste
is the defendant, in a co'.plain t filet
against hitll yesterday" y 'l'htlntas .1J
H tirallhn, 4ll, 0 W'est Silver st:rcet
"Vito chiart' s h.in with striking hill
iill the stoltmalch in iltP city jail lasi
iweek. lHanrahlian was attemptinlg t<
bail out sonm1 newsboys who founl
themselves in difficulties with the
authorities for de-ioying` papers 01I
i1nt i. ittnithan. This is Ilthe 'cot
;laii:t a.g'ailns't hMorris.y.
The above clip!ping is rclproduce(
F""oni the fit"'s of the Bott9 :Miner! of
July 3, 1917, and is an indicatior
that the present is not the first timt
that charges atgainst the chief of dte.
tctitves have been filed with the po.
licv limaitr. In. t ih t plat . hItws iVr'
tritl bo;'rds have been too strong
antd, in each iilstane. Al ir.'i- ey w\\a
the!i:' aisolved of the citiargs i.
tlheyv ,.ero filed and then ig nrtd.
ONE RIG IIMNliN CH IE
COMING FROM CANADO
,1. R . K, ,ight of i -dm ,;to . Cal
gary. i a tieibel)lr of tthe t:'tcultive com1
I mitt-c' of tthe One tig 1tnion1 of Can
adatt, will be in attlen'ldance at the
One oBig 'Union conveOtion ill Butte
SSnldl:yV accordinlg to a telegram re
iceived this afternoon by Fred
Clough froItm tanucitver. It. C. Mr.
lnight is expected to re:,''.h Butte
Catch the thrift habit. tlny Thrift
and \War Savings stamps.
B LL 1TO ID CRIPPLED
WNXKERS PASSED SEMATE
Washington, D. C., July 3.-- The
;Oiith-Bankhead bill for -ocational
',habilitation of crip)plet d inc istrial
iworkers whic ha' just a:.!a d the
1ll itc( Statc, senal e i: bein' g jiressjte
for carly pasn::ago by the house.
In its appeal for the prompt pats
iage of tile bill, 11e Amnericau Aisoci
a lion fori iL'abor o gislaion tlis
fpointed out that the re are in the
imore than 1i00,00 malimed victims
of organized la-bor, both state anti
!national, numerllous civic an!d 8oc:al
'eilvice organizations as well as em- I
ployer·, physiciann, p1ublic offici: ,
and educators have joined in ithe dc
miand1 for this legislation.
In its appei'al for tihe pre'mt pas,
ago the bill, he \merican As-\o"'i
lon for Labor Leg ilation hiu
p1ointed out tlat there ar''" In tlhe
nitcd Slates at the present tirol:
IloreC thani1 100,000 maincdl \) tlllhe
S" indust)rial 'accidents who could be
restored to u:ne''ul sc!f-1us.i 1iting o.
I cup t ions end find : r ation1
through worki" if the salle oIpp.r
-unities are offcred them as those
Provided for crile): d soldiers an:;
sailor,. This la',ge army o(' indu.,
trial critpple, it, is 1;tatid, is being
increased at the rate of 11,500 ever:,
Thle bill as pas.sed by the, en1t.e
1mer1,ly rIequires in application of tilme
'eineii principle, a1 n nlarg'i'ot o[
the scope and thle full utilivutioni of
t11e machinery alreadtly ipr,\dled by
la.ti, since there is now in existence
"1 \t!l-ll! nntl ed and!(! well-adslintiI :red
;y-t:ni of li e't'ural vocational cdulca
tioln in which the wo"lrk i:: carl'led onl
,Illd tile ± e s t, :haired jointly by the
r;'ional goverlnnlnt mind the'i sceveral
;rites. Somie states have ic lrealdy
taken favorable ;.tion illn advance o
th'e enant,,i.m nt tf this hgi,:llatain by
one verm ·· I'·,'4S
AUU TOMOB ILE t. AR
PRETREADING A SPECIALTY
E ACASINGS AND TIRES REPAIRED
LO(CAI, AG(E'!N'TS FOR Til': 1A, O S IOAI INE TIS
B UTTtE ULCNZZG WORKS
Phone 3090-W. 1942 Harrison Avenue
SAY YU) SA'\ IT IN Till: 1LLE'TIN.
MONTANA BATTERY STATION
PREST-O-LITE STORAGE BATTERY
EXPERT BATTERY SERVICE
Fatteries Recharged, Repaired, Rented and in Stock.
We Specialize in Rocharging Ford Magnetos in Caris.
224 S. ARIZONA ST. PHOMIE 553G-J
4AC I C-1 JF - I- ICT'
Iiiil l anl' i i t l ii 'iiig. \V ie .c~a l l Iep i y 1 (citI Lu y, Ii t
e .li t i si isi ci' loti, l.
W\Ve carry the bc!!eatied BURD rine.
401 SOUTH WYOMING STREET
When You Break a PISTON RING
SGET A BURD:
- ,~' g:m 0nn.O, evezy I!ll) D !G :
RV] ii: ;iihip. and ag :ist f!lnws an
:,. E I_- l :b: 'i- . iE T 'o, E CplVEfl 01, It
51. G. SMITH MACHINE SIOP, 401 South Wyo minig St.
T. W. Cunningham. Earl Aikin W. 0. Martin
OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING WORK"
WELDING CAST IRON, S'EEL, BRASS, BRONZE,
ALUMINUM AND COPPER-LEAD BURNING
WVe clean a' lio l from auto exlindei's ntod do cutting by
the Oxy-Acetyi.ne to lr-,ess.
All Work Guaranteed 130 S. Arizona Street
CHICACO HAS NO
There was a time when the town
;quiure was a quad:'ungle of hitching
postsV;. Nowudays tlthat m.u;l stua .
is belted with motolir ca-.. Thi ::e
thing:; are a recognition if a fixed
ronditioin. Juti the city doe:; n:t
The city is full of cars, evidence
that vehicular traffic ;has iun!oi'golnl
a Ollll let change. The si:Cet.:;
surge with cars, but I.there is lio
where to stop. One may halt for a
lialf ho111 It a curb!l stone, but if lie is
not arresteld for OVerstayinig his
leave there is a good chaence that hi:;
car will be stolen.
WVi usedi to hilangl horse thieves.
Motor car' stealing is carried on with
a mlinimullml, of hazard. The ease
with whic htheft;s are accomplished
is dlue to the caoiless exposllre of
exp,:,Jive po;;sesasion.s No one would
thinly of lavinlg a $55,u010 dianiond
cn the sidewulk while he w'nt to
do a couple of lours' shopping. Yet
a $5,0!) car is left at the mercy of
the firist thief that Ihalpens along.
The chief reason for this rcckles
exposure of valuables is that theie
is no provision for avoiding it. As
a city we have never l'recognlize-d tlhe
muot::r cart an a fixd conldition, a.
)part of everyday life. We' arc still
in the hitching po1:t stage.
What is needed is nilllicipal
hitclhinlg pot for the motor car---a
;r'eat municipal garage in r')lcogni
(',o1 dow1 n town iiand must leave hi';
(r in -safety. Women who f shop
mIIIt run chance:; with dhcvt';; of
iciff'lii1ng 1 c iaufflurt ; if they wv n tl a
place to park their cars at a curib
Oi' they fu' fill O l1 d antilld go ho'I( .
A large ;;e tter, built with an eye
ti beauty, would pay for its ics
struction and upl:eCp if operauted
with a sma11ll .haii'g for l1proper