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(W.itten by. C.E, M- ), .
Patl H Have -you heard: of Bisbee, in
4rizonaf ont the line?
Bisbee is.a copper camp, and the sun
itt always shines;
Here :the miners have been mining
forty years and mayne morp,
Digging out the copper 'and the rich
est kind'of d'i.
Just wait a secolid pard; give me a
little of yoir timn.
Nok don't go to that dirty. camp,
down ili Ari;opa, ofi ,the 11b.:
Listen boys, those thinges Of Which I
tell' you, I hapve surbey seeh- ,
So don't gdo to that dirty cntip, to
wotk, or for the Copper Queen.
Listen to me pal, and a stdry td you
Don't go to Bisbee or they'll drive
you to hell.
Bisee' 'has'.her' gun thugs aiid scabs
by, the 'sie;
Bdt the orie thing they haven't got,
are miners to break the ore.
We were verey well contenitUd in the
good "old: days,
That a wK before the compahies be
gan to drive their slaves.
We had our trials and tribulations,
and otir bleasure.s too;
This was before the loyalty leagues -
and imachine gun crewis.
The B.obs dl'otve muich hardbr day aft
Tellingl s, to dig in as you must make
her 'fray. o
We drfited- atd stoped and we shot t
down thie ore, C
We- tierbered and w'e mucked 'until s
we couldn't stand no more. c
They ftrbed th.e btrdehn' on'-us, which t
Sd: hitman sould ever stand; 1
Whe-h ye. compltai.l- l they: shipped S
ies into-the hot and drdsert sand.
They drove us from iofir :lindes; Our s
. *ivel and ::r abes; too;': c
Withl their dtrty ~un'ithugs and their
: aclhiin' gun crews.
BiSbee is 'e6'itrolled' by the dear old t
Copper Queen, s
The ^tileanest buinch of copper thugs I
that'-you hliave:eer seen;
They.ecalled is rattldsnuakse nd tral
tors"in 'this d'ar Od laid, .
And' shipped- us packed =in cattle cars.
onto the burliihg sand.' "
They -Irate habout' their patriotism
and their good deeds for human
But they are a bunch of dirty cut
throats, in Bisbee on the line.
They have 'a lot of "cotton, pickers
now mucking in their mines,
And they want the old time miners
back, as in the good old tl.ies.
They may have their scabs from I
.Texas and Alabama too.
They mnay have their',loyalay leagues
aid their whole `damn crew.
Well, dear, old- pal; 'I guess. I will go,
along with you;, .
We 'will t'atip along together, our
mining 'days are rerough.
Lot's igt away from `that old alibi
stuff. 'Save some money 'for your
self even if you do `go :'without some
thing. 'you wanted. -Then: take good
care tlih'"in'ndy Is safe, put it in War
The biggest corporation in the
world;, the one that last year 'bor
rowed' more than 25,000,00'0,000, is
back of the war savings stamps.
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NOTIW TO C01DITOR I
Estate of. John J. Sinnett, deceas
NotidO is hereby given by the Uin
deirsigned' 'administratrix of the es
tate of ..hn J. 'Stf itett deceased, to
the crdlt'ors &k an aa 't~l: ~gbbis'}hav
ing claii.an' agatnst te".te`aid dtced5e5d,
to" exhibft thetlit, '-ith thlifieccessary
vou'chese, within'Y fou'r: iottlid s after
the' first' .publictfoai' of this ncdtiCe,
to'the' eard adAiitistrdtri,' .t- the -of
fice-of Attonhey lda: F.tzpattuik,
roonim'327" RiS~lto building, Butte,
Montaiia, .the sable b.ing .the pilace
fo: .thetransaRetioi of the bd'sintlss of
sad :estate, id thecoti~H ty of Silver
Bow, lthW o4'os.tMdntaiia:.
Adnminfltritritj of-The estate of John
4.' Sinheittrdeeeased. : -
'Dated .utte; :Montana,' this 2nd
day 'of Tuiy, 19°19.
SATISFACTION OF JUDGMENT.
In tlie t 'jstfict".tdu'rt of:lti Second
Juditial District of the' State oi
Modanita; in and for' the 'County
,of Shlvei w: 'w
Louis:' Belreiis, Plaintiff, vs. Anton
Comes 'liw the; plaintiff, Louis
Bercis, and' hereby aeknbiwledges
satiefaction "fiffull" of' the judgmeht
mnde Ai'dentered a'gahist the defend
ant, Antn .Nool ;in the shin of $680
in the' above ientitled action' on the
12th 4yy 'ofl March, 91.9, for 'ihe
consideratio4n f OGie TDollar 1t .00).
Lawfiti m'oney of the United .tates,
recelpj,,:whereof :is hereby acltnowl
edged, -and hereby fully 'discharges
the .ame,. and authorizes his said
attoi.ney, 3J F. Emigh, to satisfy the
said Judgment op record.
Dated this gth day of Jirly, 191-.
- LOUIS BEIRCIS,
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128 Eiost Pa it SC&Bikttt. PIAhij 888
Hartnef-t-hi e funeral of the late
Mrs. Patriick Hutnett,.agcd :,1 years,
will take glp~acei fotuett w " Thurs
daiy) -monndgiat gý,qq>NOW-at the
fakniry 1din'e 6151,j Nortn Main
st veee .-prt tpdittgnjZ6 rh-e",St. Marys
ch*irb, ,wb "elE' iMi $ will 'be' cele
brated at, 9: 20. o'lock. Interment
in holy 'Crwss cemitery..
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GI DERGETOWN UNIVERSITY HO RS ITS WAR
.ergtown unlversit., V4.ahlngton, S'tuatel on an Immense promontor overlooking the Potomac, planted .me
i In honbr of its 54 dead in th8 war. The trees, each marked by a bronze tablet with the name of a soldier,
d long, he colleege pths wth appropriate ceremonies.
-i tea '
War Savings stamp Notes
IBroadus, July 9.--The new coulity r
o .:Powder river has entered the war a
savings campaign activity in earnest: v
County DTrector A. J, Haley has f
started tb- rgaiize' war savings, so
cieties all over the county. The first
society to -redeive its' charter from t
the' Ninth-Federal Reserve district at t
Minneapolis is the courthouse W. S. e
S. John H. Morris is president and c
H. 'R. Straiton, secretary. 'The new t
society umembership includes all the I
Butte, 'July 9.-Recent figures of t
the 'sale of war savings stamps i
throughout the Ninth Federal Re- I
serve' district as furnished by State ,
Director H. W. Turner, are as fol
Bank Postoffice Total
Northern Michigan .......... $ 12,976.32 $ 90,144.84 $ 103,121.16
Minnesota ........................ 212,813.10 994,560.04 1,207.373.14 I
Montana .......................... 72,005.61 235,996.78 307,302.39
North Dakota ................ 180,123.37 243,494.04 423,617.41
South Dakota ................ 97,336.16 229,494.65 326,830.81
Northern Wisconsin ...... 33,529.92 193,760.03 227,289:95
Total ...................... $608,784.48 $1,986,750.35 $2,595,534.85
unoteau, July a.-aecretary Ner- 0
na Upman of the Young American's d
for Uncle Sam War Savings society, p
has been doing effective work for
the 'national thrift campaign. Every
student 'of the -fifth grade belongs to
this society: A canvass made by -the
iecretatry to find out why the mem- e
bers were'saving disclosed a diversity
of anawers. Most of the members,
however, are saving to buy thrift and c
war savings stamps. The object of
others was: Saving to buy a pony,
bicycle, get a musical education and
t.o have money when they grow up.
Sidney Franklin is president and the I
membership of the society is 30.
Biigfork, July 9.-Bigfork boasts
of a flourishing war savings society
under the name of Uncle Sam Society N
of Economy. "All our members try f
to save money, food and clothing. r
Our star member bought 14 thrift
stamps at one meeting," reports
Marie Peterson, the secretary, and s
Virgil Wells, president.
Plentywood, July 9. - The Help
Uncle Sam War Savings society of
Jackson school has been very suc- '
cessful, both in the sale of stamps to
its inembers and in ipcreasing its a
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caused the charges .to be filed with
the police commission against him.
It-is a significant fact that the
findings of the trial board convicted
Morrissey of having exceeded his
powers as an officer and of brutality
toward respectable citizens in the
polling place in precinct 4-B, and of
having insulted soldiers in uniform.
• Pulblic Opinion Againit Him.
The downfall, of MorrisRcy -an be
said to have begun when public
opinion was aroused against the of
ficer through the death of his wife, t
the',late Katherine Ronan 1Morrissey, I
.last'March. Allegations of brutality i
toward his wife led to general talk t
of brutalities he was alleged to have
committed upon various 'oth r diti
zens; notoriously upon prisoners who
were- unfortunate enough . to have
fallen -into his hands; -His a'ct in
using filthy and vile language'before
respectable womlen of the city in pre
cinct 4-4B on primary election day
and 'Of having ejected Mrs. William
Beakey, the mothe' 'of 11 children,
who displayed public spirit in visit
ing th'b polls and taking an interest
in the outcome of the election, was
called to the attenioi of thie trial
board'; as were other acts of brutality
chaiged against him. - .
Although the' Ocearges filed with
the''triai bhard previous to the re
cent lbearing did not contain allega
*j~~si-( JJUWI:vpib Uiun 1.I VA 1JU·4 X05 , *Y1S .re :(iFe!C':F'·rspD~~l
t 4QUIT PICW-ITIN4 TAKE: AN It4TEPL3T$ #rIN . r= 1 v HE IMO TI1;
LVIT S UP TO -V! rTI-46 >=AMPILY 4IT PLINAG''4 NEAT IN YOUtJP. t ' '14ýI 1 o
ALL I` WAT IOU ISokep Q~UIT VO IR LdI)C,. 104-;'T THROVE TI+lNb1AOV
1TO 5't~t ETERNAL f-O 0 IS
F~;it~rTiNc #dol F0 QVL-T LiLT SM4kIN4 CL~ME~'DE~cENT
r" P:LINE. S~Af4upa=a : EINj c;Rouc&*y AKE' r'1I, I jL
-1ON ' A. II. S T O.;' -
--3r Z ~ I.' k. *WiC O ~ P S.WT O- ~~I(
membership. 'Anna Otor is president
and May Jackson, secretary. This
was the first war savings society or
ganized in Sheridan county.
Helena, July 9.-Miss May Crich
ton, county chalrnuali of schools in
the war savings campaign, is sending
each of the sunilf.et schools in" the
county-an attractive poster known as
the "Winged Vlctoi" by Haskell Cof
fin. The poster, is the figure of a
beautiful girl bearing an uplifted
palm and a lowered sword. Under
the figure we read: "Share in the
victory. Save for your country; save
for yourself - buy war' savings
Hinsdale, July 9.-"All members
01 oUr Wr1' Seving5 SuoCILY are l-t cl
dren of foreign born parents and
pioneers in a new land," says the en
terprising secretary of the South
Bench War Savings society of Dis
trict 4. This society was organized
in April with six members. Its pres
ent membership numbers 11. All
are below the age of 14 years. They
meet every two weeks and report on
current events and buy thrift stamps.
The secretary' is Alfred Gimse and
the president, Milda Konkalo.
Take old Ben Franklin's word for
it. He said: "A small leak will sink
a big ship." He knew, he is dad of
all savers--buy war savings stamps.
A certificate full of blue Franklin
war savings stamps makes a good
flash and gives its possessor a coat of
reliance in the future.
You owe your declining years
something. Put this away each day.
Be sure it is safe, put it in war sav
It's what you save that counts.
The safest place for your precious
savings is-invest in war savings
tions of graft from women of the
underworld and from other unlawful
interests of the city. 'It is under
stood, however, that had Morrissey':
discharge not been effected, addi
tional charges of an even more seri
ous nature would have been filed.
Could Not. Be Found.
Morrissey could not be seen thi:.
morning or early this after'nodn, but
it is stated authoritatively that he
will openly enter the -employ. of the
Anaconda Copper Mihing company as
a "gunman," nowv that, he has lost
his official statuf as chief of the city
-Morrissey's discharge loses to him
all rights of priority in the police
department provided at any future
time lie is re-appoiinted to the police
force. He also loses any benefits, it
is said, which might have accrued
to him through membership in the
Police Beneficial association..
The text of the mayor's order is
July 9, 1919
in the matter of the charges pre
ferred by Catherine Penny, Wil
liam Seymour, Mrs. WVlliam Sey
mour and Mrs. Williamg Beakey
against Edward Morrissrey,'a mnem
ber of -the Police Department of
the City of Butte, Montalta.
Mr. J. J. Murphy,
Chief of Police,
Sir: After reviewing the report of
the Police Commission in the aboveI
entitled matter of Edward Morrissey.
wherein he was found guilty of con
duct unbecoming a gentleman and
a police officer, by thce l!ree I
Commissioners on the exainiu- ,
ing board, and the recompipendation c
by two of the board that Mc. Morris
sey be disch`arged from the police ,
service, and bblievi'ng this 'ill cause .
better discipline in the police depart- h
mdnt of the city, I theiefore concur
in the recommendation of thie trial c
board and hereby order the dismissal o
of Mr. Morrissey from 'the police t
W. T. STODIEN, tl
SOME PEOPLE think THE HOME-TOWN merchants' o
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ADVERTISING IS simply BID FOR their trade, T
* * ** *
SPENDING MONEY. AND THAT'S a good roason h
* * * , *.
BUT THE *ise man knows FOR ADVERTISING L
* * . * *
IT'S THE surest way to make IN A newspaper.
more. o t
* * * AND NOT only that,
THE ONLY problem is, * * *
WHAT MEDIUM to use. * * *
* * * THE MERCHANT using hand
CIRCULARS AND hand-bills bills
* a a «, V a . ,
COST A LOT of money, AND CIRCULARS hopes Z
S. * / * .,
BUT YOU give them away, FOR TEN -READERS to the
* * hundred bills.- 3
SO NOBODY wants thet
* * * IF WILLIE delivers the 100. o
ON THEIR front porches, s
O pWHEREAS the newspaper ad
NOR IN their morhing mail. vertiser
THE MAN on the street IS SURE of at least four read- E
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PAYS REAL money " *"
S+ TO EVERY copy of the paper.
FOR HIIS newspape', .
FOR HIS newsa AND THEY all read and heed
AND THAT'S why he values it HIS ADS. - " " '"
* * * - . .
MORE HIGHLY AND THAT'S why he always
THAN A circular. LOOKS PLEASANT '
HE BRINGS his paper home AND. GROWS fit i the
SO THAT every member ANK ACCOUNT.
BETTER CALL PHONE 62
OF THi family *
* * . TODAY
CAN READ and enjoy its * * *
.' * * * AND HAVE
BREEZY, up - to - the - minute « * p
news OUR ADVERTISING manager
AND PROFIT by heeding. EXPLAIN.
The Butte Daily Bulletin
Solidarity mong Workers
Is Show i Over Country in
First lbo ~q t Strike in
Mooney, 's B alf.
(Special to ,The, Bulletin.)
Chicago, ,uly 9.-The first Mooury
strike here was fottir times greater
tliat Chicago's. iggest strike, when
tbhe..building tradpes four years ago
stoiped'.work. About .150,000 of the
rankj.and file took pert i. the pro
test etrike. All tpaoifie :shops, many
metal workers and all 'clothihg work
eis. were out strong.",. The T Hart
Schatfner & Mai'x .TOiicago.i shops
were tied up, as was the Ooitinfneptal
Can corlpany and many others. "
,A 'dem~ostration ;of fna'lou-wide
solidarity litis occttrred: Mlrs: Mooney,
Who' slioke; to thousandi of Workers
here, helped the cause in Chicago 1
imnitensely. She' leaves for Duiluth j
Saturday night, 'gbes to Miliheapolis t
on the 1Stli and goes to Seattle, froit I
The thought behild the thought in
the war savings carcai'Oagn is, it is all
for you and your.b'efit. ; -
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+WIfy- *he'' ý ' GRATIrUDIE
everythi t Her 'or
said and dene. a·rid a + pfhy
Hubby .(linter fo, pyou . ,.
rJ pti n g) .:1...I r, "rhank -y 6-lm
never expect to mum; 1' al
see that a.lya ".ys'" niuimbe
Wifey--What yatoamnk., my-.
Hubby-When c t fr.
ydu've said ev
IFYOU WANT WHAT YOU WANT WHEN YOUWANT i
hULIDENTRIN ý: " 1WA &c
WAN EDP-rA>iltibus' etIow f~ Pa TI
teriationaal Oo o -S aehool, 0
raW meat, ON ;.' ed
A ofw treatments ofCHIOPT -
rio will relieve yoi. At anyi riate
give it a trial. Quit drugs. Avo4d
the ope'atlona: See FlborW. Emery,
Room 9, Silver'Bow block.-:
TuoTUINEfD SOLPID Rf'B wishing to T'
a dbdvertise for work' en. . e thie
anit ad oluniiis: 4o the.:Dalty'tBl ;
letin .fee' .ot c'hrge. :e.Do .t', !tbe
btbkwaird ib takingl advk.atae tfD this
oiflr, we are glad to be of service to
LAT)Y cook ,,$5 per week a.d board.
Box 123 Thriddrn'dr Ita+o.d a-. ID' .
SEVEN-room frame 'house; two
story suiitable for ti. famnili esa
iu'rn'lhed or- unfuenisthed: Clierap
for eash. Call at 537 East Broad+ 13
ELECTRIC washing machine, con
.ciOte block' machine, sanitary ii
couch. Call evenings, 3339 Carteli
st., -take No. 2.car.
FOUR ROM04" of 'gOod furniture 1i
modern house, Close in; coiuld tt 0t
out one '6r two rooms; a bargain. p
,51,, .W ,roadway .~ .
GOOD fnniture. touriroonirh flat; iii
cluding piano; cheap for Cash; f1at
for rent,, ieasoiable. 128g '/ West
Galena. ', i
JrWPELRY and ' secndland cloth' ;
ing.for sale ast Uncle Bas~ 's Loa
Office, 11 S Wyoming street.
THE Butte Bulletin is sold b-g Victok
islattila at Mindrs' Home roomling
houkle, 'Southern 'C'oss.
HOUSE, lot aind' fIltiiture. $500 G
cash,' , Inquire 3344-Sandeps St.- J
76 1"43 A(RR'ES, .. :/a·':;: niges
from end of No. 4 car, line,
west;. $2,500 cash. Apply
Uulletin office. 1
3-ROOM house on two lota 'a bar
gafnl-. Apply owner, 1945 8. Wy
oming at. Phone 5403i.
EXPRESSMAN'S headquarters. Ex- L
presnsien when you rant them. e
Phone" '4044. - _ I "
Pianos Tuned and Ripair.,
THOMAS E. JOYCE, piain'tune r -ad
' rpgiter. Satisfcetidn 'guaranteOd. H
Sa341: artiion ave, Phio; *1
c itdn' Hand Goods o eodht
HIGHEST. pit'cks paid' for second
Eand "clothing, shoes, tools; Jew
elry, etC; Ne* and secoird.tha- d
goods fo'r sale, Globe ;'New ,and,
Second Hand Store. Phone 5140-J.'
4 Souh 'Wyoming. -""
B A$D A:D ROOM
BOARb apid' rqom n' private family;
'niu t" be' a otiiOt place'. Aditi'ess'T
N., etaro tlle',. iuletih. -:
. , . ..,. ,,, ' . . " . ' , . t , , "
PRk? L HAT. Gq(It rbblocked
ki4 e.aned to look like new.
30th .,laies' and gents' hats feriovat
f.: Pifteen yeire' expe~ience ab
St...i,., The Nitty Xt Shops,
- ;ý,; ' rat.: · : . "bt ..
"WtO epoahsant 'furn'i~bled 1~omo iii. a
i3ittv ho'tie. 503' .F. Male~a.
Ph'bne 5270-R. .
RObtOM' hbtoie, ufiash'ed or unfhr
nishil. ,514 iý Main.........
ItI". flmliai t "..._ _ n ,,O _
la 1@ i eth Pl btlablap our 1rM
fdiamonds, watches, jewelry, .Lib
eity'- .bond.: Mobe1 Linz, Upstairs
.ewelet: ,.Two entranee.-Main, and
iMONIEY '.;LOANED. 'on, ."dl'nkondsi
watches, jewelry and Liberty: bondi
at a 'tetsonable rate of interedt. The
Old Reliable. I. Simon, 21.N.' Main;.
ft N Y advanced on Ll irfbonds,;
:d1taondb, wa.wtches, .j.helry. '
other. Articles of valuel,.squatre.,dea1..
Pleopl'k`se Ldan 'office, 29 ;-fk:' 1'k.
i - NICE, f._ l t _ _ _. . t. ha t . .. ,
turnished housekeeping :rooms:
c6niýenileht; sunny. close' inh . .50
ONE rooniu $3 weekly; two 'rooms,
,4 :..Cekly; three ropms, $6 'week
ly; gas. and coal ranges. ¢03 East
ERiMANENT or transient; clean,
iight 'roomse $2.60 p.r ,eek and
up., Mercury blk.s 38 I°1enhi xr'y pt.
niAVU -yotc c'iiretis £Er et it
S 2 BV"Id Lt.e'a )Abir' 'Ihop,
c IRniu ) opfidrt, tl -iiece~ithe hnu
mn 'fair-ly' .had been s'eeking' for
agesm . It' secures resilts. after all
other yastems have tailed. " It re
mbves -the cause of disease. J. D.
Long,.and B. W. Long, 126 Penn
Bylr ni4a-'ifTdingu Phote-4401 -W;.
HIGHElST PRIOC ,i11d fto6'clA cloth
hats, trunks', tools:.
--O rishid cotta . 1121
CLEaGddt ' er Idromon. 6 0-w
,"b'efor9A; 9 .-.m. --
SEVERAL.g'd s iver i,
r.is atod cii's; ·lose :tq ra.Il.pai.
information. see ;..hiarles,' i, le4e.
'i4o6 '' Ibwva avenue, Ia'tt>;' a..
plattl dai'otterB aswt.i & on
}lik~gtitt °3C t'ClBf tterg: -= °z~·x,7 ,,:" ýý·