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ers-where there is al
ways found a high stand
ard of service--always
dependable for prompt
ness, efficiency and cour
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at Popular Prices.
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J. R. BECKY
Groceries and Meats
Phone 4409-W 2701 Elm St.
PONY CHILI PARLOR
Chili andF Tamales put up to
88¢ East P'ark St.
Offer Resolutions Against
Action of Authorities in
Unlawfully Jailing Winni
The Bulletin is in receipt of a
signed and sealed copy of the mollow
ing self-explanatory resolut ions
adopted by Ensign lodge, No. 542,
Brotherhood of Railway Ca. mten of
Salt Lake City, Utah,
July 5, 1)19.
The Butte Daily Bulletin,
It has come to our knowledge that
thie authorities of Winni ;peg did
secretly arrest and take to the "peni
tentiary nine duly elected strike lead
ers, representing 80 locals of or
ganized labor because they had the
courage to ask autocratic employers
for a happier future, obtainable only
by a closed shop and collective bar
gaining. Because they exercised
their unquestionable rights of stead
fastly holding out for these princi
ples. Because as citizens and free
men they object returning to pre
war conditions of practical serfdom
and bond-slavery. Because they ob
ject to renumeration for services be
ing wholly at employers discretion.
We declare the above action a
high-handed outrage upon the privi
leges of our co-workers. Therefore,
be it resolved that Ensign lodge, No.
542, B. R. C. of A., in regular session
do hereby unanimously protest itl
strongest measure against this cry
ing injustice and urgently request
the prisoners be released, so that the
interests of employer, employe and
public may be best served. Be it
further resolved that a copy of this
resolution be spread on the minutes
of this meeting and copies sent to
our grand lodge, mayor of Wiauipeg.
Man., Canada, the Butte Daily Bulle
tin, Butte, Mont., and the UItah La.
boe News, Salt Lake City, Utah, so
all may see the reflecltion of our
spirit and attitude towards organ
Yours very truly,
J. W. SCIIOENTELD,
R. J. CARKEEK,
DlATH CLAIMS WI
OF PATRICK IIHARTINETT
Mrs. Patrick Hartnett, 32, a native
of County Cork, Ireland, died Mon
day, at a local hospital. Mrs. Hart
nett is survived by her husband in
Butte; her mother in Ireland; six
brothers, John and Dennis Sullivan
of Butte; Michael Sullivan of Butte;
Jeremiah Sullivan of Chicago; Peter
Sullivan of Joliet and Patrick Sulli
van at the old home in Ireland; three
sisters; Mrs. Ahern of Boston; Mrs.
Kelly and Mrs. O'Leary .in Ireland.
A baby daughter, ,died!tJly 1.
Funeral will take, lace :Thursday
morning at 9 o 'clck at, the family
residence 6151i North Main street.
Mats will be celebrated at' 9:30
o'clock at St. Mal'y's Church. Inter
ment in the Holy Cross cemetery.
QIESTION A LIVE
ON[ IN ENGLAIO
(By United Press.)
London. -- (By Mail.)--If there
are any serious disturbances in Eng
land during the next few months, it
will be due to beer--or lack of it.
So say British labor leaders.
W. A. Appleton, secretary of the
General Federation of Trade Unions,
and one of the most moderate of
British laborites, declared: "The
beer shortage is one of the chief
causes of unrest, particularly in dis
tricts where the work is arduous.
The workers feel that they are being
treated like children by a government
which seems to be trying to enforce
temperance by regulation. They
also feel strongly that the govern
ment is helping the brewers and dis
tillers to make millions. If the gov
ernmlent does not remove some of the
restrictions and provide a better sup
ply of beer, there is going to be se
The "beer revolt" is spreading all
over the country, particularly in the
working districts of Lancashire and
Yorkshire. "What Lancashire says
today, England says tomorrow" is
the boast of the County Palatine, and
it is pretty near true. In Mauches
ter, Salford, and other large towns,
the workers, exasperated by the pub
licans' efforts to spread their sup
plies over the longest peripd. have
invaded saloons ane helped them
The trouble arises over the action
of the government in limiting the
output of intoxicants, and reducing
the gravity of all Beer brewed in
Great Britain. The liquor Control
board was instituted at the begin
ning of 1916, when drastic restric
tions were admittedly necessitated
by war demands on labor and food
supplies. Saloon-keepers were dras
tically rationed with a percentage of
their former supplies. A special
"government ale" or lower gravity,
to be retailed at a :ower price, was
sanctioned, but this was never liked,
and increased taxation compelled re
- tailers and brewers to raise prices on
other grades. Before the war a glass
-half-pint-of common ale could be
obtained for 2 cents or 3 cents, while
better class "bitter" or "stout" cost
4 cents per half-pint, or 7 cents a
pint if retailbd for consumption off
the premises. Even with post-arm
istice reductions these prices are
more than doubled,
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OPENS AUGUST 4T1
Annual Session at Yellow
Bay Offers Many Ad
l1issoula, July S.--The biological
station of the State University of
Muontana wilt hold its annual session
this year at Flathead lake. beginnig
Aug. 4, and continuing six weeks.
Hitherto the station has been con
ducted during June and July, but the
later season is considered hest cli
matically, and is exceptionally good
for the study of lake life. insects,
forests, summennr and fall vegetation,
and of geology.
The courses offered at the station
are planned for those who have suffi
cient grasp of work in botany, zoolo
gy,entoluology, geology, and various
divisions of these subjects, to inake
possible the accom plishment of defi
nite individual study or investigation.
Teachers of the biological and earth
sciences are especially urged to take
advantage of .the op)portunities of
fered at the station. \Vork may be
continued during six weeks or any
The station is located on the shore
of Yellow Bay, in a beautifuil -onifer
ous forest. It is easily accessible to
automobiles, or by boat from either
the Great Northern or Northern Pa
cific railroads. The nearby country
for field study includes mountains,
rock cliffs, dense forests, rivers, the
lake, creeks, swamps, prairie and gla
It is possible to spend a portion of
the summer vacation in pelasure ot
recreation, and later attend the bio
logical station. Railway expense over
$5 is refunded. The total expense of
six weeks at the station should not
"Don't you think that fishing Is
"Yes, for the imagination."
HE GETS IT
Percy - Yes,
I Judge others
by myself, don't
Peggy - Real
ly! But isn't
that lather a
lbw standard of
"Goin' to the seashore, Willie?"
"Why should I take the trouble to
go to the seashore when this dandy
mud puddle is right here."
Beat It, here
comes a fly cop.
"Reggy, do you ever intend to quit
"Deah boy, why should I?"
"Because If you don't they will
"Well, when they do deah boy, I'll
i asked old Jenks
for his daugh
ter's hand. What
did he sayTl
!/ Fred-He 4aid,
Take her and
let me be happy.
Montana Cash Grocery
(Formerly the Hill Grocery)
F1REI) ROGEIJRS, Mgr.
PRPNES 970-971 135 W. BROADWAY.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO PHONE CALLS
Use Flake White, substitute for lard, No: 2, .............75c
No. 5 .. . ........................-........... $1.75
Bulk Heinz chow, pint, 35c; quart ..............--------------- 45c
Bulk Heinz India relish, pint, 25c; quart ....- ........... 4c
Bulk Queen olives, pint 30c; quart ...............-------------55
Fresh Ryegate creamery butter, per lb. ......--..........55c
'" I . u h m un . m ' .,
AROUSED AT INSULTS
Whether or not a foul-mouthed,
toddering old man in his old age may
safely take advantage of his position
as counsel to heap insults upon re
putable citizens Will soon be de
termined in the civil courts. Mrs.
lBeakey, Mrs. Seymour and Mrs.
Penny, who filed charges against Ed-'
ward Morrissey, were outrageously
insulted by Morrissey's attorney,
Peter Breen, in his closing argument.
He referred to them as "traitors,
seditionists, pimps and pro-titutes."
Last Saturday afternoon . in his
closing arguments before the police
commission, Attorney Willian: Meyer.
in behalf of Edward Morrisscy, the
defendant, among a good many other
choice specimens of ill-smelling bunk,
emitted the following:
"Whom are you going to believe?
You have the testimony of , Mrs.
Beakey and Mrs. Seymour. Conm
pare the testimony of these two wit
nesses with that of Mrs. Quinn anti
Mrs. Thomas. Wasn't the tc(timony
of the latter two refreshing to you
men? I know it was to me. Women
of their character who have liped for
thirty years in Butte, real mothers.
not Bulletin mothers."
It is possible that at the time he
spoke Willie Meyer was unaware of'
the fact that Mrs. Quinn is chsldless.
But it cannot be claimed by Willie
that he is unfamiliar with the ample
proportions of the family which the
"Bulletin mother." Mrs. William
Beakey, has brought into the world.
For, a few years ago, when some
extremely good-looking Beak y girls
were still unmarried and at home,
the Honorable Willie made the
Beakey domicle so frequently that he
was considered something of a pest
by the elder Beakeys.
Mrs. Beakey is the mother of 11
childien. three of whom enlisted in
the U. S. service at the beginning ofn
Blaine Bryan Beakey, the sailor,
has served in Panama the last 19
MOTOR TRUCK BEGINS
(Special United Press Wire.)
Washington, July 8.-The first
transcontinental arimy truck journey
started when motor transport trucks
depaited' yesterday from the White
House to San, Francisco. The traii
was the heaviest ever put together.
Making the trip are 200 officers
and men. Just before stariting the
entire outfit was reviewed by Secre
tary Baker, Chief of Staff March and
other officers. The trip will be de
voted largely to urging more and
better highways. The route they will
cover will be over the Lincoln high
PRESIDENT SISSON GIVES
LECTURE AT BOlEMAN
(Special United Press iire.)
Missoula, July 8.-President Ed
ward O. Sisson of the State Univer
sity of Montana, lecturedi Thursday
and Saturday at the state college of
agriculture and mechanic arts in
Bozeman on educational topics. He
will attend the meeting of the state
board of education at Helena that
begins Monday of this week.
You take no chances ill buying
Thrift and War Savings stamps.
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oo 1-9-8-5 Two Lb=.
erlt 0111o Iava te
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Ord) er) (extra spe
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64 EAST BROADWAY
SANITARY GROCERY AND MEAT STORE.
Eleelrie Light, special patenf flour: made from the fin
est of North Dakola's hard wheat, 98-lb. sacks ....$7.75
4-lb. scks ..... .................... .........$3.90
Extra fine sweet apple cider, quart bottlles .........-- ......35c
Extra fine sweet apple eider, gallon jars ....------......$1.35
h-oasts of prime steer beel', pound ...........................22c
5 pound1; Tree .tea delivered only with a i$5 or more
cash orde ) ...----------------------------------------------$2.00
\\vil't'a Iremiln hamns. extrau select <1 to 12 pounds
each), exlra special today, oll ld .....-- ---......... ..---------44
\ he aye --niixed teed," wheat anlid corni. for chlickens
Mlutanlila ' POPULAR flour. extlra special, sick -...$3.00
We are selling suilgar for 101/2c, delivered only with an
ordtler of $5 or more.
98-lb. sack 'Quieeni" floiur, milled from Molitana s finest
solected ihard wheat, fol - - . - ...... .--:.-........------------ - $6.0Q
"i'Lyu's lest" and "Oceieleunlt I'-lloi, North Dakota s fin
est, in -lb. sacks ....--..... ----------------...$7.35
Ext.ra flan(y sugar-cur(tied corned beel', 1. .)--.-------.... 18c
8 cans of 'solid palk tomIlatoes (extra quality) -...---$1.10
(Carnlation imtilk,.large cans. 15c; Sego miilk ---------.14c
Mci'tarthy'. Salitlary Store, 64 Ilast Broadway.
4rI II .
months. 'He has received his dis
charge and is expected home today.
Frank served for 16 months in the
front line trenches in France. Wil
lialis A. Beakey entered the regular"
service immediately after the dec
laration of war. All three of .thi
boys Volunteered. William Beakey,
the father of this group of b'euti
ful young Americans, is a carpentei.
The family has lived in Butte for 23
Mrs. Beakey is a gentlewoman of
high strung, sensitive nature. She
is proud. She resented being rough
ly hustled from a polling booth byj
a brutal roughneck. 5he felt that
her duty as a citizen lay that day in
watching at that polling booth. That
was the reason she was thele. She
filed charges against Edward Mor
rissey, the officer who threw her out.
In doing that Mrs. Beakey was per
forming a public duty. Edwa d Mor
rissey has been found guilty by the
Mrs. Beakey resented the coarse,
brutal insults thrown at her by Peter
Breen, the legal low-brow whel: Mor
rissey retained to defend his case.
That foul-mouthed old man, deliber
ately and with malicious premedita
tion, applied almost unpm intable
epithets to all the people who were
called to testify to the offenses
which Morrissey had committd. And
to the complaining witnesses particu
larly did he addiess his crude, dis
gustiig obscenity. Mrs. Bcakey,
Mrs. Seymour, Mrs. Penny, all of
them gentlewomen of culture, all of
them mothers of children, all of
them public-spirited citizens of
Butte-these women were (lenomi
nated by Peter Breen as "traitors,
seditionists, pimps and prosttutes."
Mrs. Beakey resented that lan
guage. Mrs. Seymour resented it. Mrs.
Penny resented it. The citisens of
Butte resent it. It is probable that
those three women will bring action
for slander in the civil courts against
the alleged attorney, Pete Blreen.
STRIKE LEAEIRS ARE
TH'ROUGH WITH BURLESON
(Special United Press Wire.)
San Francisco, July 8.---Strike lea
ders stated., today that the striting
telepholie operators of the Pacific
coitet district ai'e willing to submit
theii" 'case to any boardof arbitration
appointed by the president or Secre
tary of Labor Wilson, but not by Bur
leson's Wire control board. The an
nouncement followed the receipt of
a telegraph :message. from Burlesoil
to Mayor Rolph pledging a suitable
wage will be granted and urging.that
the settlement be left to the wire con
AIR IVAL OF SON
COSTS CHANLIE $10,000
(Special United Press Wire.)
Los Angeles, July S.-Charlie
Chaplin Jr. arrived last night, weigh
ing 7 /s pounds. Father was so de
lighted that he forgot how to do the
famous Chaplin walk. Papa Charlie
stopped admiring the son long
enough, however, to draw a $10,000
check for Mrs. Chaplin. He made
a bet with her that their heir would
be a girl.
USe Bulletin want ads. They get
INTO AtRGER GUAIRTER
Increased Equipment In
cludes Individual Pre
Missoula, July 8.-VWith the be
ginning of the fall quarter at the
State University of Montana the
school of pharmacy will be installed
in new quarters, much larger and
better equipped than those occupied
at present. The move is being made
from the room in science hall to the
two rooms, one large and one small,
formerly occulpied by the department
of home economics in the same build
ing. The home economics department
has been changed to natural science
hall. The large room will be equipped
for prescription practice and dispens
ing, pharmacognosy and materia
medica. One end of the room is to be
equlipped with prescription desks in
imitation of regular prescription
desks in average drug stores and each
student will have a set of individual
apparatus. The small room will be
used as an office for the members
of the faculty of the school of phar
macy, Dean Chas. E. Mollet and As
sistant Professor Frank J. Zuck.
The present quarters are to be used
,for lecture and reading room for the
students ih pharmacy.
The Mon'tana school of ,harmacy
offers a standard pharmacy course
parallel with that of the best phar
macy schools in the country. Both
Dean Mollett and Professor Zuck are
men of wide experience in the vari
ous phases of pharmacy, both being
$100 reward will be paid to any
one proving we do not put in the
best main spring for $1. Mayer, 37
North Main street.-Adv.
. Overland tourists registered yes
terday at the local office of the Yel
lowstone Trail association were John
Peterson from Sioux City, Iowa, to
Seattle, Wash.; F. R. Barcom and
family from Sioux Falls, Iowa, to Se
attle, Wash.; R. F. Graves and fam
ily from Spokane to Yellowstone
Mrs. George Schuler and Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Williams were in Butte
yesterday on a short visit from the
Deer Lodge valley.
Miss Frances Norton of Anaconda,
and Mrs. G. B. Jeffers of Deer Lodge,
were arrivals from the evening
Richard Price, George Meltony and
H. B. Soulen were Short Line arrivals
last evening from Dillon.
E. F. Benson and Jack Clements
were over from the Manhattan valley
yesterday on a short business visit.
H. E. Andrus of Dillon and O. W.
Grace of Rexburg, Idaho, were Short
Line arrivals last night.
Dr. C. M. tEddy, dentist, 204-205
Pennsylvania block. Phone 4035-W.
Born, July 7, to Mr. and Mrs.
George Eustice, 74 East Woolxhan
street, a daughter.
"Harley Johnson and W. V. War
wick of Missoula were late arrivals
Miss B, Duncan is visiting friends
in Butte for a few days from Helena.
Jack Warner and Douglass Pease
were in yesterday from Bozeman.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Blampied are vis
iting for a few days from Lewistown.
Edwin M. Ericksonr is a recent ar
rival from Paradise, Mont.
B. J. Logan of Hamilton is a re
cent arrival from the Bitter Root.
Miss Catherine Rapp of Williston
is visiting friends for a few days.
A. L. Tefft of Great Falls was
among the arrivals last night.
Washington Market. Ground bone
7 pounds for 250.-Adv.
Miss Mildred Sharp is visiting
P. B. Churchill of Helena is a busi
Today's Anniversary I
Peter the Hermit.
There is no more extraordinary
episode in the annals of the world,
than the History of the Crusades. In
the north of France there lived a man
named Peter, of lowly birth, who be
lieved that the Diety had constituted
him one of his special instruments
on earth. The rage for pilgrimages
to the east drew the hermit Peter
from his retreat, and he went to
Jerusalem, where his indignation was
moved by the manner in which the
Christians were treated by the infi
dels. It was through his conversations
with others that the plan was laid
For warriors from the west to unite
for the recovery of the Holy Land.
The invading army was headed by St.
Peter, and under him. his soldiers
plundered, destroyed, and murdered.
FIRMER HELPS FOIESTER
OURHIN FIRE SiASON
Missoula, July .--Charles F.
Farmer, assistant professor of for
estry at the State University of Mon
tana, is assisting the federal forest
service during the forest fire season.
The. university has turned over its
automobiles and trucks for the use
of the forest service in fighting fires.
When in Great Falls visit the Rex
Cafe. Service excellent. Especially
Seaters to the working class. 15 3rd
St.. South, near First National Bank.
Pounds of Ice
S. & H. Green Trading Stamps
with all cash purchases,
and first payment on time
purchases. Shiners, the
only furniture store that
gives stamps with pur
taken at par in exchange
FOR LESS ON
EASIEST OF TERMS
Expert Watch Repairing
Watch Cleaning, $1.50
Mainsprings - -$1.00
Both Guaranteed for One
People's Theater Bldg.
40 E. PARK ST.
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17 8. MAIN.
Clean, Pleasant, Cool.
Our aim is a
Rooms in connection
None better in the city
$3.50 and up.
SAM & JOHN KENOFFEL
73 E. PARK ST.
We make a specialty of
Guaranteed for one year.
The only Jewelry store in
Butte that gives Greed
316 East Park, Anaconda.
Pool, ice cream, soft drinks of all
kinds, good assortment of cigars,
cigarettes, tobacco and candy.
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225 EAST PARK ST.
We Will Serve You Right
Pleasant and Olean
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN,
Loaves Anaconda every evrning
on arrival of train from Butte at
6 p. m., arriving at Philipsburg
-it 7:30 p. m. W. BELLM, Prop.
THE BUTTE BULLETIN
Is Sold at
Hennecke's ice Cream Parlir
422 East Park St. Aniaconda