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JIM JEFFlIES lENDS
PI1S AND COIS
Los Angeles, Cal., July 4.-(Unit
ed Press).--'"J. J. Jeffries at Bur
bank reports solce nice records being
nmade on two cows but owing to not
having any sugar beets to feed, Jir.
IJeffries says that these cows arc
not doing their best."
That's what a western farm jour
nal recently said. It refers to Jim
Jeffries, once heavyweight champion
of the world.
Jeff has been transferred, at least
in part, from the sport to the farm
page. He lives out at Burbank, some
15 miles from Los Angeles, where
lie gets money and anmusement from
his big ranch. Jeff is a f-.l-fledged
farmer, the farm having taen prac
tically his only busine.;s interest
since local option closed his big cafe
Cows, pigs and alfalfa are his
Early morning sees Jeff trudging
to the fields. A recent telephone call
at S a. m. brought the answer that
"'\Mr. Jeffries went down to the low
or field an hour ago to fix a tractor
and lie won't hle back until noon."'
I-Ie works regular farm-hand hours.
But, although Jeffries has t:ans
ferred his affections from the prize I
ring to the farm, he still is a familiar
figure when there is something do
ing in the world of sports. He is an
ardent baseball fan and it is not un-.
usual to Fee Jeff and FrankI'I ('hau
occupying adjoining seats at the ball
parkl in the afternoon and in the eve
Sillg sitting together at the four
round boxillg show.
Jeffries paid a visit to Willard's
iraining camp just before the big
fellow left for Toledo to finish prep
arations for his bout with emI)c!ipscy.
Wvillard lookedil good to Jeffries, butil
Big Jim refused to do inore than in
limate that he thinks Willard is a
Standing of the Clubs.
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May I nau t a!sk on behalf of tihe
l:: ler whoethcr a Toledo dozien is a
ba] te tr'a dozen"?
Er:i win vsi. Langt Agailn.
lheln L. S. Ecwin. of Parker, S.
D.. andl Alwin Lant, cf Urbanaf , I.,
ba;ttl,! at Le lanl:,, IFrance, for tlhe
p!n o, vuit event in the S-O-S chanm
!pinship track and field meet recent
ly, the two were dupllicating a per
folllmance of a year ago although un
der fiar different circumstances.
Last siiing Erwin, representing
)Dr.l:;e unlliversity., Dos Moines. Ta.,
anld L.n r,. thle Uliversity of Illinois.
For Sunday Morning's
Two Large 25
Coffee Cakes iC
SPECIAL-FOR SALE SATURDAY ONLY
22 S. MAIN
2 doors below Rialto Theater 315 S. MAIN
!led for seconld hollnors in the west
crn track and field meet staged at
The two ;itrugglid at Le Malns
France. for first place onl the new
track ti it at the classiflication cannl
there utider the direction of N. 0
\ann, "Y"' athletic director and for
nlerly coach at Millikin university.
Decatur, 111, ll.
In spite of a heavy rain which colt
tinuied reoctically all day, making
the tke-t:ff for the pole vault slip
pery, the two went over the bar at
11 feet and eight inches, losing all
of the other completitors, by the way
Erwin finally won the event.
Erwin then tried for 12 feet 2 in
ches, going over tlhe bar on his first
trial, but just grazing it as; he cross
ed and it fell.
Erwin won the Drake nmeet stage(
at Des :Moines in M:Stay. 1918. Hi
hopes to be on the tDrake uiniversit:,
leam in 1920, providinlg he is bacli
ini time to enter the university thi:
.nllothl' I'eel'Irs Oe()11' Prom NebraIskl
There are several fields of sport
which are going to ipresellt nev
chamlpions before the end of the
year. The boxing world tmay soon bh
cheering for Jack i)omplley as Ithe
leader of pugilism., but thai is mnior
qulestionlbllie thin what tile wrest
ling game will show btfotre nutii'l
Out in Nelbraska !they have show!
aniother, wonder of the Inmtt gatlle
I-e is J.1ohnl Pesek. a ploughboy
whose Iltest achllievement was t(
throw W\\aldek Zbyszko, the wonder
fill Pole, after a struggle wlich last
ed two lio'rs, 3 minutes ltand 15 sec
It was brought iabollt as al enter.
lainmlllenlt of tIle stocknmen of thi
state. who had gathered ill their an
Dnual collvention. Probably a thou
s.tindl saw the miatch! but that thou
sin tlld p lI in a Itpursei of $7,)1110 for tlh
'out. Now those stlminc stocklmet
are roilad:' to pult uilp a purse of $51,
0hi0 for a imatcelt betweentC Posek am1
-arl Caddock. the boutt to take place(
in Aladison -Square OGrden. Nev
York. atl alY tinme suitable to Ilt
chaniii ion. It's i!ot with tile iler
otf tmalkiitg lmoney that they offe
lthis pllurs, buit mierely to prove theli
asserliton that Peekt is the greatest
wr'esler the galin ever saw
The story of the maitlch lshows thalt
it was Iby ino fluke that lthe renown
'^d Zlyslko was beaten. It was a
lmtctlt in which Pe'elck proved him
self the malster at all linmc, antd it
was only Zlty's exp.erielnce w\vlict
isiaved hit fromt a flop earlier in th.
bouit. lWhen lie twas dec:rn'ed down
he was so h;dl'y boeilen that lie wasv
lulnc !. to continue the] match w'licl
was to le 1 iio falls ill three .
It was a hIad sc i'-ltors iand wris!
lock w!lich forcet' Zyvhszko down.
That lhe match wilh i ('addock wit'
ibe arrl'anrige(d is vouched for ty ly
I'lct in.lnt l f1rom1 tlhe clhlmpi on at his
i:olne inl Walnut. Iowa.
"''ive mle a little time to get inlt
:blaneo land I will mtectt any one iln the
w;orkrl 1("\1 think; he has; a chtin
on tile lheavywei rlht vtre-tling chail
nionshili." said Caddoclk. "'' do not
thinilk that Illy eolel'ience overseas
'tlt; do(ttl mie iany lIt'It at I wrestler
On the eentrary, I fell hotter than,
over. hut if find that I cannet
'r. t intio onldition for la title malcl h
I will relti'r fromt)l tie gan. e anud dn
vote tmy tille to fatrming andll let the
'resent aspirants fight it out among
Thier, is no que"tolltinig Peselk'
Italiil to ie rettolnized as one of th1
t'otutity''s leaetding ltnt meni. 1-.n is
now 1)1)1)(1 the management of Las
line Lichtenstein, who :was fli'lrter'tx
a New Yorker. hilut who now Itiitmake
his home in Chicngo. Tlhe boy, fii
that i; "011 he is, being inst ?4 years
>if Igo, has bteetn wrestling for only
ti''ei yearts, yel in I itt timl e I'
rolled ill 1 t reco'rd that no other Imat
bn) nll boon[ or.
Tn rall lie has :hald . colntc.·t nnI('
w\on oneh:l and every one of tllhe!
He tlhas nxver had a:+ fall regislt"rei
aainst t himl :t ie he it met 1nme or
Etarl 1tersume tie haintllnlion, an1
ai onl i th es l liael- flt Tnnerld e'
Ys.Sif t ullaneI, tilJohn iri iObelrg. Jiack
Taylor. Jim Londus, Chatrley Peterst
tohlut ('hristianson, Jlohn Sorenson
Pau'il MTartilnson. antid St-ve Savage,
Poesek stands 5 feet 11 inches and
weighs 195 iou'nds. Thie tInol ire
mlart'kaile lhitng about himn is hi'
neck, whichl normallvy meas'ures 1S
incthes. His aggressiveness malkes
itin a wonder and his spled is daz
Chicago 2, Pittsburg 4.
Philadelphia 2, Boston 3.
St. Louis 1, Cincinnati 4.
Broolklyn 6, New York
AMEI:III AN LI:.G U E.
Detroit 3. St. Louis 1.
N(ew Yoik 0, \Vashlington 1.
Chicago 17, Cleveland 1.
Boi;ton S, Philadelphia 2.
Los Angeles 7, Poitland 1.
Sacramentlo 1. .klanld 10.
Salt Lake 5, Vernon 2.
San Francisco 6. Seattle 4; 1I in
Milwaukee 3, St. Paul 4.
Kansas City at Minneapolis--no
Columbus 1-7, Toledo 2-S.
Indianapolis 2. Louisville 4.
EVEN MONEY IN NEW TYORK.
(Special United Press Wire.)
New York, July 4.-- Even money
)n the WVillard-l)ienlpsey fight pre
"ailed on the curb, with little money
"w:ing placed. One bet of $40,000
mt \Villard to $35,000 on Dempsey
,vas reported here.
AMEIIC'.ANS IN FIRST PLACE.
(Special United Press Wire.)
Perphing Stadium, Paris, July 4.-
\mlericans won the finals in the
t600-meter relay, with the Austral
ians second and the French third.
i1ns scon1 and t ile 1'reilc ti7 ..1
y 'o all Employes of the Telephone and
IFor the purpose of advising all
vorkers that a settlement has been
umade between the International
3rotherhood of Electrical Workers
in. md the postmaster general and in
"ormling them of its provisions, we
Sb)ublish order No. 3209 issued by the
The order is as follows:
June 14, 1919.
' )rder No. 3209.
l Employes of telephone complnnies
v hall have the right to bargain as in
o tlividuals or . collectively through
omm' olittecs or their representatives
e ,hosen by them to act for them.
ii yhere prior to governlllent control
1 1i company dealt with representatives
:hosen by the emnlployes to act for
at henl who were not in the employ of
n he coillpany, they shall hereafter do
'n. Tihe telephone conmpalnies shall
u lesig!late one or mlore of its official:
it hho shall be authorized to deal with
S1;nch individuals or represenltatives ill
.1 natters of better conditions of la
,In r, hoturs (of employlmlent, colulpn
' :ation or grievances and such Inat
.1 ers mullst 1e taken up for consider
1tion within five days after presen
Such employes shall have the right
So organize or to affiliute with or
::inizations that see)m to thenl best
i· 'ltc lated to s5rVl th1'ir illntlerest, and
t!o emplloyes shall lbe discharged, de
noted or otherwise discriminated
s a iginst because of nlmelllberslhip ill
I any such organization, as lprescribted
n Bulletin No. 9, issued by 1me. dated
o :)ctober 2, 191S. In case of disnmis
al , demotion or undesirable trans
' or, it shall be considered that dis
c' ;'inllnation was practiced and upon11
o ;uch finding the eniploye shall be
1' n-instated to folrmer position with
' ill pay for time lost or shall be re
'I" l 1bu 10rscd for any loss sustained by
i oeason of demlotion or transfor.
In5biliy or refit-al to perfornm the
regulal' work of position occlupied
I y theml, excessive use of intoxicants.
i lishonesl y, incivility to subscri)bers
r1 the public shall he considered uif
Sicient cause for dismissal.
S VtWhere reqiuests or demlands are
" w pendlling, lie teleplhone compan
es shall imnmediately proceed to ne
` lotiate a settlement.
All telephone companies are here
t- )y directed to comply strictly with
1e requirements of this order, and
i 'ailure to do so on the part of any
Si'ficial will result in disciplinary ac
A. S. BURLESON,
It will be noted this settlement
"~1,cognizes the rights of tlhe employ
s' of the telephone companies to bar
17,in with he11 emllloyers individually
s' collectively as they Imay desire. It
n 11cognies tie right of such emplloy
1i t( organize or affiliate with such
)rganizations as they desire. Tile
i'der prohibits discrimnination
1gainst any employe for joining an
organization, and further provides
.hat in case of discriminiation which
:Z'esults in dismissal, demotion or un
lpsirable tranllsfer, as a result of eml
lo0yes joining a unlion or organiza
lion, that they shall be reinstated
with full pay for the time lost and
111all ibe reilmbursed for any loss sus
The order also provides the tole
)hlone conlpa;inies shall designate one
Ir more of its officials to deal with
luch individuals or representatives
In the mlitterl' of conlditionl s of latbor,
'onrs of enmpl!yllent and collpensa
.ion or other grievances, and that
all d(emandlts o)r grievances now pend
!ig, the telephone siand telegraphl coln
IDanies shall inlnnediately proceed to
legotiate with the proper represen
ltives of the employes for settle
MIany enl l)yes are working in lo
Sliities relmote fromll their respective
liatadquarters, and it is considered
ilut the Inost lpractical way of pro
:iding themn information concerningl
"] O' settlemenIlt, and relative to their
S'gh's and privileges, is through the
\!1 employes of Ithe telephone com
,unies, in eitllher the mechanical or'
pIl)rating department who may have
ie1vances, or desire to take up the
luI1stion of wages, working condi
'ions, hours of eniploynmlInt, are re
ll'ested to proceed in the manner
1ovi ded by order No. 3209 and
wi1ee sullch employes desire the 111n
0ernllational BrIothlerhood of Electric
I:tl \Vorkers to relpresenlt thelll, they
li.luld file their requ1est with Mir.
I'bm Burkhard, P. O. Box 846, city
- 1 B1utte. state of Montana, or0 take
- he matter up direct with the Inter
'.tional Headquarters of the Inter
01tional Brotherhood of Electrical
V \,rkers, Fourth Floor. Iteisch Bldg.,
BUSINE SS N EN
no OF BUTTE
S OUR firm name in this list, will be seen and discussed by every mem
Iey ber of the family. If you seek the patronage of the workers, make
sure or first getting their good-will by advertising in their paper-the
)0 only paper in Butte that is publishcd in the interests of your customers.
NOT THE LARGEST CIRCULATION
BUT THE LARGEST PROVEN RESULTS
md Wage-Earners' Shopping Guide
AUTO REPAIR CLOTHING AND TAI- HATS FOR MEN POOL ROOMS
the SHOPS LORING FOR MEN Lamubro's Pool Hall,
Nickerson, The Hatter, 42 E. Park St.
Big 4 Tailor, 112 W. Park street.
Jrand Avenue Repair Shop, 17 West Park Street. RESTAURANTS
Corner Harrison and Shirley Clothes Shop,
Grand. 14 North Main. HARDWARE Leland Cafe,
les 72 East Park street.
Auto Repair Machine Shop CHIROPRACTIC Spokane Cafe,
igh Rewell's Hardware, 17 South Main St.
ves M. G. SMITH, 401 S. Wyoming 221 East Park street. Moxom Cafe,
em. Flora W. Emery Shiners, Furniture, 29 W. Broadway.
ol - Room 9, Silver Bow Block. 75 East Park Street. Crystal Cafe,
yes J. 1). and BI. W. Long, D. C., Western lhardware Co., 69 East Park Street.
for AUTOS BOUGHT 126 Penn. Blk. 22 E. Park St. Golden VWest Cafe,
227 S. Main.
10 AND SOLD CHILI PARLORS ndley's Cafe,
C I326 N. Wyoming.
ill Classic Chili Parlor, JEWELERS 22i5 East Park.
in E. II. Rupert, 210 North Main. -Shamrock Caoe,
on- 228 S. Arizona St. 'ony Chili Parlor, Montana Jewelry Co., - . Ari
a- 3S 11 L. P'ark. Opticians, Etc.,
o r _- Oti 73 East Park street. SHOES_
eln- People's Loan Office,
BANKS CIEMENT W )RE1 I IRS 28', East Park street. Chicago Shoe Store,
glt Brodie, the Jeweler, 7 8. Main btreet,
or- . Kiley, 40 East Park street. Walkover Shoe Co.
Itl Ysgen Bros., Bankers, 1104 W. VWolhnlan. Powell Jewelry Co., 46 V. Park Street.
nd Yegen Bros., Bankers, 112 N. Main St. Golden Rule Shoe Store,
de- Park and Dakota streets. . Simon, Peer Brinig. 39 E. Park.
tel _ DAIRIES 21 North Main. One Price Sloe Store,
S. & S. Jewelry Co.,t ak.
ld BATHS. Blue Bird Butter Shop, 12 E. lark.
is- 209', W. Park St. I E(ACIALISTS
Ins- Crystal Creamery,
dis- 459 E. Park street. Dr. W. H. IHaviland,
1o011 Steam Baths, LADIES' TAILOR 71 west Park st.
ha 504 E. Broadway. DRUGGISTS
y Jacues Drag Co., Ladies' Tailor and Habit SHOE REPAIRING
IBU -L.C 1957 Harrison avenne. Maker. P o_7R o 43
BUTCHERS Phone 2764 noom 436
lied Phoenix Bldg. McManus Shoe Shop,
1ts. DENTISTS N. Zahl, 5 s. wyoming.
11s e Washington Market, 504 W. Park Progressive Shoe Shop,
1uf- 18 \V. Park. Union Dentists, 1721 Harrison Ave.
Central Market, Third Floor Rialto BlIg. 1):11 l l'ingtl1,
are 323 North Main. Dr. C. AM. Edly, LADIES' 4, I,. ,,,,tz.
Wan- 204-205 Pennsylvania Ilk.
e- Western Meat Co., 20ENT-205 llsylll Ilk.L S
121 E. Park St. GAR E11 S ( 1 LINE 's
re- Independent Market, FURNITURE Popular Ladies' Garment Store,
ritlh 128 East Park. 63 East Park Street. Philipshilrg & Anaconda Stage,
ac The International Store, Anaconda. Mont.
a- BA ERIES Shiner's, Furniture, 210 E. Park.
76 E. Park street. The Fuld iStor, SECOND HAND
B. Kopald Co., Furniture, 111 W. Park.
Useit lakery, 68 West Broadway. (OLOTHIING,
117 1E. Park St. 8 Wet roaday.
on Manhattan Bakery, MEN'S OUTFITTERS JEWELRY, ETC.
205 W. Para. F1l S
lly Emporiumn Clothes Shop. Uncle Sam's Loan Office,
S Dahl's Bakery, l'lles' 1'ruit Co., 34 E. lPark. 11 S. Wyoming.
ly- 107 N. Montana Street. 36 W'. 'Park St. Fashion Tailoring, __
0011 - --47 W. Park.
lhe Royal Bakery, Palace Clothlllig & Shoe Store,
iu20 South MaIn. GROCERIES 53-55 E. Park St. TAILORS
a1 Montana Clothing and Jewelry
des Home Baking Co., Company, Fashion Tailoring Co.,
licl Olympia St. 103 S. Arizona. 47 W. 'Park St.
n- lAmlos GrIlocery, O. K. Store, Bernard Jacoby, Tailor,
I- S3St Nortb Mai 24 E. Park St. 19 S. Dakota street.
lRd Tle XWasllillo n. BLuc'hnsoIers, Montana Tailors,
18 \\'cast 'ark. 27 X'. 'ark. 425 N. Main street.
- Con Lowney, J.R. Becky, . 0 W ark slreet.
309 N. Main. 2701 Elm St. 504 W+ Park street.
Park Barber Shop, Allen's Grocery, MEAT MARKETS Dundee Woolen Mills,
l86 E. Park. 1204 E. Second street. 62 West Park Street.
ves Kermode, Groceries, Ed's Market,
421 East Park street, 500 East Park. W. Oertol,
[1 BATTERIES Poynter's Cash Store, 431½ S. Arlzona St.
1311 RECHARGED 1854 Harrison. Big 4,
nd- S. F. T. A. Cash Grocery. PHOTOGRAPHY 17 W. Park St.
oll- 627 East Galna Streo utto Tailoring Co.,
to Montana Battery Station, T'r. J McCarthy, Thomson's Park Studio, 116 S. Main St.
tie- 224 S. Arizona. 64 E. Broadway. 217 East Park Street.
- Butt1 Battery Co., McCarthy-Bryant & Co., UNDERTAKERS
tiveBishop Bros., POOL HALLS -
1 BEVE~IlAGES 180 Walnut St. --- - Larry Duggan, Undertaker,
Golden Gate Pool Hall, 322 North Main street.
ei Exelso Distributing Co., White House Grocery, 272 East Park.
the 602 Utah Ave. 508 West Park. Daniels & Bilboa, Undertakers,
Montana Cash Groc. Co., 1.5 East Park street.
01m- CLOTHES CLEANING lroadwdvy & MIontlnla Sts. OPTICIANS
owlctli,., ('31811 Meat & (,roc. Co.
AND PRESSING 2410 lIlarvald. VULCANIZING
the Montana Jewelry Co.,
ndi- Bernard JacobyOpticians, Etc., J. L. Mathlesen, Vulcanising,
- ernard Jacob1 , 73 East Park St. 40 East Galena.
19 ncr. Dakota Street. ENTS F RNIS - Powell Jewelry Co., Butte Vulcanizing Works,
and INGS 112 N. Main St. 1942 HIarrison Ave.
n TOBACCO AND "
r.e CONFECTIONS Dollar Shirt Shop, OUTFITTERS WELDING
city Rialto Bldg.
eke Pat McKenna, Murphy Money Back Store, Francis J. Earlr, Oxy-Acetylene Welding Works,
ter 314 North Main. 66 E. Park St. 715-719 E. Front St. 130 South Arizona.