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I TWO STORES
7 S. MAIN ST.
\ .ur.n e ofr l ri(de in lhe
I.;oipp1y ) o.ssessor a1e sihoes
S1111 as o lrs.
Iultv sl hoes 1,l a're rightly
nI te(l. rfeln properly seaL
bsonl l leay lers. and hlley
\6ill nnl\e r e ll e ,rIlintr v
kild several '~\ I l.
YOU COME BUT ONCE
TO COME AGAIN.
fil vol werar lless )of lhei
lifl'i lli es f ' Ilih e I'S l.
SHOES FOR WORK.
Howard & Foster shoes
Walton shoes for the
boys and girls.
The One-Price Shoe Store
43 E. PARK.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
112 W. PARK STREET
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
314 North Main St.
Cigars, Tobaccos and
FINE LINE OF LUNCHl GOODS
Soft Drinks and
Live me a call and you will
TWO BIG PIANO
A Splendid PIractlice Piano.
(Good as New.
HOWARD MUSIC CO.
213: No. Main St.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
Jacques Drug Co.
Phone 999. 1957 Harrison Ave.
Night Bell for Prescriptions
Agency Webster's Home Remedies
Drugs, Chemicals, Toilet Articles,
Patent Medicines, Cigars
Eastman Kodaks and Supplies
Developing and Printing
316 East Park, Anaconda.
Pool, ice cream, soft drinks of all
kinds, good assortment of cigars,
cigarettes, tobacco and candy.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETII,
The Progressive Shoe Shop
For first-class Shoe Repairing.
This is no second-hand cobbling
shop. First-class work only.
1721 Harrison Ave.
Whe lin in Great Falls visit the Rex
Especi ally eaters to the working class
15 Third St. South
Rear First National Bank.
Nerve Blood and Skin Diseases.
(Continued Fromn Page One.)
its injustices both in Ireland and
In a masterly offort President I)e
Valera reviewed the struggle for
freItldoml in Irelndlll lold of hol\
the peoplle of thiIt o11untry hiIad
been betrayed by tlie Blritish an111(
Imadle an eloqullent plea for the ea1'irn
cst co-operatioi n of the coolllllln peo
ple of the iTnited StiatIest. to the endi
111hat the Inited States goverlnlllent
officially recognize th Irish l relpubl
tic: a1nd give Irelanld hler place amlong
Iho nationls to which shet is ellntitled.
)During tlh co[rl's .. of his laddress
President De Valehn cited the prin
ipilies nulllnllciatd by Prl'esident 1Wil
1son as thel basis in whicth the I'nited
Slatets entered thil Will'. tHe pleadloed
that Ireoland hlid aecepted tl hose prio
testationls and tr'usted11 in them, s1a
cure in the bolietflht hatecause of
them 11ill Irish people woullld be de
livered frolll the, oplpressioll o1 ccvl
I"rl'eqllenly dul'ing- thle course of
his address President De Valera was
comnlpelled to hialt his discoulrse while
lthe crowd frallntically che l'red ilis
stlateiens. 'fTh demonstration, '
cording to An:.l ondans, wals 1tie
groile.t ever accorded it visitor in
President 1)o Valera begun his ad
ldress by c'iting 1th1( faclt tI i less
than one-fiftlh of the lopulatioit of
Irelanlld were algr'eeid to a co(11ntin11
lion of Blritish rule.
"The Irish peoIlle loolk the first
pportltltnity to Sow SIwto lte world,
by a peaceI'll 'I, orIderly electionl , lt itt
]hey wanted self-goviernnlment," he
,aid. "''i'e r'esu11 l ;; 11111 111that 1'('
hn111111 a two to one I liIjorit'y went nll
rcord it the polls favoring il de
pendence. 'T'hose are the facts which
we want to impress llOnl the Ameri
can people. This minority of one
fifth of h11 v(l(oters llhas never e1x-1
pressed a logical reason whly Ii t hey
should remain with England.
Allionlig iFree Pieople.
" I 111te Io tilh' Al 'li'Illl 0I(' 1l
ir,·st lecaiuse tI ey have \' ore f'rlte
doiil ill h11 OXpll'ssioIll (f Iheir i Opil -
ion than ainy official representation.
[ I l a m jority of yulll vOtOs, had de.
cited upon soime popular movemeni
11111 111110o Ill'' 111 1 il l tllllI stlltiV lil1lI
ill'1ro \\iih I li l dou 1 1111e l lo d tIoltl i Its
" l iy he expI'.SSIi l of yulr iill,
and yot have hine it freely, Irish
ire OKlgiition will Ibeo mie apl o(11i1
plishel' d h}(,e ntus, ill yolur dlvlllctc'· y
is the sla illo all authority. If the
principle, s ) of self-governie'nl atre not
iepor lliZd bI y ylollu ii Iloll lh1e 1 lpposi.ig
principles will he set up.11, the p)rin
ciple ithat might is right, that thel
lb'o g i liia oiis shall cIionller oil\-v tiie
The presidelntl touched upon thoe
lquestion of conscriptioilin in Iri(laind
during thll wars and aroiusedtl his nu
dlitors to :1 high pillch of entlhusias l
wvhen he said:
Thie Irish nation was not drafted
anld could nolt he forced to e tiir theil y
war, \VWhat Irish did enlisl did so as
voln ii eers an, d I lie 21)i,(l(0ll) who
voltu!itetr'ed did it foolishly. They
' ie back lo find (tiheir country hi
lraye, d by nglish 'statesmi'F, II . Th'r rt,
are , iartyr i s fioit I iun kirkl to the
I'ersiai gutlf, but not a conscri pt'i is
a Iong leiiie, 'lThe people did nt
wish to l e drl ftii l d li fight for a
countrlly hich had oppliressed h1m11
'l'hey preferred to give Iheir lives for
thie usile of l veluand. Thinlli k (oIld,
hll i the majorit 'y iof the Irish did
know what England1 hgI ltad donet toi
their countrIl y nd:1 they did not go
abroad toi fight. W\ e did (not1 h;Iv(
toii go abrload to fighl. 'Ir'l' ili l was
one flor thell' sli l n tl ioIns atl ho(l e
land the 1en dt esired to dlie for Ir-l
"Their hones blealch lupon the soil
of Flanders," He "aid as lie briefly
touched ipon the question l f icon
scriptiolln of the Irish iln l ii warll'
IlOr is lder Ineat l'll h the wai 11: of
anyla Ily. The sandl s of gyplt and
o if .Alesop lain-ia Ifforld Ih n sepul
chllrl'. Frol' tl Ell llnglish channll el it
the Persiall gulf their ghoil!y loi.''
whisllper a response to thel roll l ill
oif hg ii l guardian epol! lnts of li i'berty
iand the rI tn tlli f th ie 2iii,il0 iten
who returnel'lld ito i heiri iyed l Ill -'
At tIhe eonclusioll of ilthe presi
dent's address. Judge J. "lr . Wull of
N. i.,' le'siy delivered a ch:'acteris
ticall'lly witty spleeehli in which he ul
Ilrnately aroused his hlorers to
laughter and ( thell to Serioussl'
i wilh his picturelll s of condiiolns in
A1l11 the conclusion of Ouil tdoor
escortied Ito the .\lontul hotel,
served. V. 11. Dwyer acted as toast
master and called upon various per
sons for addresses.
President !e Valera responded to
a request for a speech by explaining
lmore fully ia number of poinlts lhitl
lie. dislcussed briefly at the massi .
meeting. Others who spoke w\re
Ill."1 P. 11. .lc('alr illn , envol y iof the
rish i repu li in the 'llited Stiates;
.ludge G. B. \insto, , .Mayor .l'('a
ritl, 1). 31. K(ell'. James E. Mlurray.
Ahlo Rev. Father .\l.('eolr ii .k. :11d the
Rev. Father ()' I illy.
.RISCO PRINTE[S IEVEN
RAISE IN WIRGES
(Special U'nited Press Wire.)
Sint Francisco. July 2' . T'i:,
Franklin association, representing a
majority of the coinl r'inal priilill
houses here, have annolluCed halt
they will inroease the printers pa]y
$1.00 per day for a 4,-houer week:.
pending final setlllenlet of the lmlen,'s
delmall(1.s for that pay Oil it s'e've -
Montana Cash Grocery
(I lmerly 1 tho Hill Grocery)
]1 EI :1) RO(GERS, 1.gr.
PHONES 970-971 133 W. BROADWAY.
IF IT IS IN THE MARKET WE HAVE IT.
Cone brand sugar corn, special 2 cans. ... ............-25c
E m pson cut beans, special 2 cans _.... ................... 25c
Smilax milk, none better; per can -15c
Smilax sugar corn, per can 25c
Watermelon, per Ib. 312c
New spuds, per 5 lb. 25c; per cwt. $4.50
Attorneys Force Him to Ad
mit He Formally Favored
Rates Which He Is Now
(Ily I nitld Pl'ir's.)
Portland. O)r., July 28..---,lot
hors of he Orl'egon pubilllic ser'vice
iiiinli issioln who (est ifl'id loday ill
1he big ('Collllf bi I baisin rat e case
were as..id by laiwyiers frol'(il PIuge
Sound hilci's to explain why I iy'
ha VP ill tel'\'cne(d fill the side of Co
Ill ll im Iriver ports ill his caIse.
The lawvers for 1110 railroad ad
minist iaion l. a defendantll, lland o!t
I. aiind ''a oiiini brougtl lot ithat
severai'il yv ers ago lthe co.iiiim ission olp
Iproved lh fireight Iaes (oil prodtluct:
fromt the inland h mpire to Portland,
which they are attacking ill this
'ITh 'l lnswerl' of the (regoln offlicials
W\as i that tih cOniiiiii ssiiii at that
timle did not go fully into the mnua
te' of' iates, bull iei'ely a pillrovet d
hlcti a; ilht' i 'est obtaiinable at i halt.
This was thli l.st diay of thle hear
ilr her0e. T011o11Ol1 %OW tIhl t hl re11 ill
Ilaring the ciase will open tolil ill
Sauttle, wherlie liourii',gs will be ell ld
for tie lreiaillder of hlie week.
.aasse:s f technical(al delil aWere
plac'd bef'or Ithe ieulbers of I he
1. C. ('. lasit w ''k. iRepresentalltives
"of the Ilulandl Empire Shippers'
league, of the l ort of Portl and lilthe
city of Portland. and shippers and
i'erchlnic s were lieou 'd. 'Th'yv all
urged a lowor fl'reight rate' fior' 'ort
illland than t11 ai giv'e ll Pugot S lound
'i s aind Astoriii. They "rgued thl t
s'int'ce Porti'land is r''ac'li'd by it water
grade, wheroIas Soattle is 'reaied via
shouldl .' l lower. 'they argued iialso
that Portland should havea i loWTer
'ate Ithian Astor'ia ibea'use' it is 100
lmiles lno reiis ll productI l o't il Zinsol.
Ii pres'lntalives lof the ' i la d i iit l
lira Shippers' l"ague did lrnot urge I
i\ s e i'is llO oi r ial Ih i l i1. 1 t11 tw o
AS lo 'il. TI hlO p]oiil (d ii 0 , Ii i s
SThlley wiOld 1101 objt oI oINI OE
rate:s to SB udle. loch said they wish!eil
. 'es fixted on the b sis of l i he slii
,h o t cheapest h l, i t l of the
110 111ll i mih aull.
Att rl ieys o1r lith st0u1( e citlies a1,d
r ilrlo ds WOl ia llatI Vitili'v 81. thIe
ol ltslI biy forcl''ig President Si mith iof
the i nlandl IutlDirs ' li I iat' t adm it
thaIt l!" fornlt' ly fyVrOcd the VOery
lrl 's he is n11.. i!l lii i g. 11 was
lso broue ght fit iiiI t; ht llauto''s
tton e,. w s ahli'ssdl mlil ,1 a titros
ilut ' lile her of 1ihe 1. ('. ('., wV re on
thie Oregon ' 'll il illiss.ion hit Ilp
proved the rl tgesi.
POPULAR BUTTE PRINTER
Corp. Illlgh All).uernoll of ('entor
Ville has arrived ill Inuite fromn !rrti
I). A. Russell, whlore h," I'e nt ll r,
eived his discharge frotm the alm'y.
Hugh left Ilh l, nited States o\'€!r
it year ago with the I~( iventth field
artillery ml landed it NoAd 'Irk oG i
his re turn to the st. aes on ,ily 12,
1 !`19. 1he had 12 m1nth(1 ' service to
his, credit before sa!iling for Europe.
.\nc is oil,' of hiro pro' illnen and
most prop g Saive mu'mbe'rs of HLutt'
T'ypographi 'cl union "sls, du1 ) his
Vast i no'il wledg of l-vwslpap lr ark,
It(, Vas 1. ! ll.<t't 'd1 . shlo lty af'er his;
il vai\ll in M!alic t, I0 ty Ol n 0 1 ele
skiff of the "St;irs< and SlreIp':," the
Amerll ''ia il,,w<IuplOr which was pub_
li.sled ill P'ulis for enlisted ltenll of
After ai short isit Keith his rela
tives and 'riends in the city, ullgh
will again don hi-, vm .king cloth:,.;
and 'esat-lll his duties oil ol! tl' I:,
local newspapers, Where l'l' Was , l
ployed before going ioni the "
FOICEI?1\ 1llNItiS'II:I Rl:SIG N.- .
(Special I'nited Pre:;s W ire.l
Basle, July 28. - Forei-n .\lini ,r
villier of Austria has re'igned
cording hit reports. Dr. Karl lin
nor, cith 'cllor', cad hand of the
peace dloegation, has assu-tmed the
added responsibility of foreign sec
Result. Phlone 52.
ARE THERE ANY MORE?
Three Men Have Agreed to Donate
$500 or $1,000 Each to the Bulletin, if
There Are Seven Other Men Who
Will Do the Same
WIFE OF MOONEY
(Continued Front Page One.)
Iher education from '"'1lo Iulast" u.ld
thue plroIpagRanda of initila (Io01 ltmltm
--and believed it---nio tldoulbt \er
surlprised to learn 1halt Mrs. Mlonill
was born on a farmi' ill Mis.ouri; thlat
she milked cows, rode lihorsis. uolv dld
corn and shocked wheat oil the
parental homnestead; that after she
struckli out in the world for ihrsIlf.
she worked for threel yiear inl a!n
American fl ory ait fallorly girls
wages to save $;t00; thi as n a tiicnse
qluence of that grinding toil in un
sanitliry surroundings, sihe fill ill.
and an Aimeriean physician took hileli
$:11(10 Is reward for saving hir
life; that undilountedly t she went i1t
workl again anld worlked her way
througlh a univerlsity, emeriging ~ilh
a mllusic etucal 011ion i lwhich enabledlil
her to esltablish herself securely in
Sa1n 1ll'rancis.ito ils all instructlior in
luuSic, and earn aHs l1uc h l as $:l i!!
This girl told of lihow lshe fell in
love witlhi ThOlllla,; . Mooney indt
i0arrioed 01i. loon11y tI. l he allt
of whI it .al. promini'itnt Montana
orlator oIci said: "tle is olne olf lhose
who believes with l- thaiit there is
sonmet Ming i.(ore for labor t hall cease
less toil and trihulation, Ihelre is
Something more for labor than I,
fatil dt ay's work for fair d;ay's
A irs. Mooney said laii niglit thai
whenl slhe antill Tlot Moonel y were
married they agreed to :;hare oeah
other'": interests; tha1t (tver siitnce
Itheir \wedding day until C'Iharles
Filkerl, the crimlinal tool of a
criminal corpor: ltion, (caUs:id 11t'ilv
arlrtes.t. Tom toonltiey had assisi5lted heI
in hter work, arranging lfor lubllic
Iprol railllS and attending hetr ill si
iales. And sh1 inl turn had shared
his plans and holpes for the uplift of
workltingmen.l. She haid marriedttl a
lab0or organlizetr andtl she helpeItd illm
organize the labolrers. During tihe
six months \wiln MIoollney \vIs u,-.
gaunizing t1o temployes of the I niltled
Rilitvays. hel was receiving front his
work only his expenses and:l no salary.
twtuliorl iiltiy lii:Isllll tl (lii liii 1111'11 ci
twhatleierl, thalt shel during that
period gladly assumed tlho l trt' n of
Iproviding for 1he bothl or shnm.
It \\w:as beau:ne of tihe attlivity of
I 1n Il1tt the corporation, whic h lit ad(
llput ul p 21ti 0,00 seven yoatr. befIiorel
tI elect tl'hlur11 I ck'i e rt as listrict
attorney ill order to get charges of
bribery and lgraft dismllissed, which
had Iwhen filed agailnst tlih lhead of
lih corporationll , lioi\\ dlltermined to
railroad the Mooney,; to lh( gallows
as a lsoi Io in t ring i giltts who
shouldi pr',;llle to orl'gani.% thi e Pem
Iloyes of the cotm itny.
Mrs. tioonely descrihod li length
the barbarous treatment which Sihl
allnd ther husband alt irst received at
ilte' hanis of 1he officers who arl'
rested them atll- tie behst of D)istricl
The MIoolncys \V,11, on(I a pleasurell
cXC, ursio oll I aI st Stllillilt r soil t ne01 '
SSut Fl'lllici .:c , \when hey readl in
a corporaii tilon n o. hller of the
chtlar'ge(. whicih lid Ion filed against
themi. W\ihey they itlield a flaring
red hoi dline albouti "a. world-wide
tatech ifor hel Mloonl'ys," I1they iml
Itt diatlt y 1111 d 1 theIir whertabotll1ts
to the dislri0 :i · Orl' yv, ltillng that
they wvoubtll I l:, t il fi rsI traii intoll
lown anld riport to himl. They did
take i, shir 's train 11 into loWn, and
they \vwould hte vl'rivtod ill own in
less thanllll ,l turs i f they had lnoti
been .1,iz1d al the second station by
Sli ikorlt' ort r ti ((and held out of
sight for eight hours in order to pro
vide all oppllolr;l:V to feeloo the pub
lie ul p oil 'e "' tI- Dailing t i th o s ear
of the fl'i e:1:' fony,r tIh i"d(luserate
criminals I ,'r, -iiing with th I ir final
triuloolmphant tii eiltire '.ild turln to
She it it; i ,lolt d iup iani ll in
leanel d. tItnsl ::iirl y lit-l balo hroolem.
she sahid. ftr ( Ot, dl O wlhholgut food
and V.ithout ,,hil t articles cor bed,
emsi ; fu:' (,! I t lio down ln the bare
:1o r. ',t;.lr 11\0 days of this the
, lfierI:, ul 'Akced the dour and al
li,\ted 't on; rs to peOp its to see
"hiv, till). :'-lho looked."
ih!.: \' at::ll only a part of the
Ipt,1. , l .\:1'. Mooney, to influ' ntce
p:,bll o]in apginst her and her
She, 'Xllan,"td in detail lire per
juries of \ititnsses used against Tom
Moo1lny and h,'rsolf. She showed a
photograph of the letter which
was the letter which Oxman, when
on trial, admitted that he , wrote.
She explained the disreputable char
acter of the witnesses which were
used to convict Tonm Mloonev Aned
she showed hoy they had since been
proved to have been liars----and what
intimidation District Attorney Fick
ert empnloyed to make them lie. Sihe
recalled that now world-famous ex
planation of the two Edeau women
for laving sworn once that they
were at 721 Market street at the
time of the explosion and, upon
another occasion, having sworn that
they were it uile frosmt that point at
that time. The explanation of this
discrepency twas that "their material
bodies were at 72t Market street
but their astral bodies remisainled it.
the other place."
Perhaps the mlost convincing evi-,
dence of the innocence of thi
Moonoeys hicllh Mrs. Mooney offered
last night was the photogralph of tIlh
parade taken from the roof of thi
building in which the Mooneys lived
This photograph clearly shows th(i
Mlooneys on the corner of the roof
Accidentally they and a few other:
aitne within focus antid were snIpped
This picture was enlarl'ged 2,5t(
timtes in size by a government -x
pert in phlo ography. It shows I
clock in the tower of a building ini
dicating theI time :it which the ex.
pilosion occurred. Twenty-one othel
people who were also on the rooft' a
the time all testified in court., silt
Mrs. Alooney, that they :,taw ill,
photograllph taken ;antld were able it
identify the Mooneys is haviig beer
I)resent. The identification wa.
ttade additionally positive aind
clillnching by the large Ibuttons on the
jacket which lMrs. Alooney wort
whein on tile roof. She slipped or
the itlenical jacket last night to it
lustrate how perfectly shie resemIble,
lthe fig'ure in thie photograph.
Th'( rieason why the Aloonnevs altd
svo many other people had gone tc
the roof that t day was beeCnuse E
large Atnierican flag. she sa:id. ha(
beetn dlraped atcross the whole frotll
of the building aind thus shut ofl
the v\'iew .o tis he, windows. This
AlMr. Alooney clainms, that the Stare
andit Stripes really have sivred hei
iand her hlusltbandt from miurder tt
llhe hands of l'ickert and the t'lnitie
Ilailwa·ys,. because by having beet:
forced to tile roof in order to see Itih
Irl'ade, they catnte within range o]
the caellltela which ai stlrangeo nma
haltppened to use to gel a Iphotograpl:t
of the pageant. And this photol
graph, taken by a Y. l. Cl. . boy
and enilariged by a goverunlment ex
pert, hall constitutted the best proo
of innllO(concell which they hald beel
able to offer against the frtane-ill
evidence introdluced by Fickert.
The chief of police of (takltani
Ihad also testified in thel Irial of Mrs
M\ooney to the perjuricis of Ihe Edtletl
Wvlllen-'. "'Thlus," said AIrs. AMooney
"oulr best Willltsses havo been
chief of police. a Y. Al. '. A. boy
tandl tlhe Amllertican flag."
Mrs. Mooney said Ihat she lha:
been (iaveit\ling through the elast amli
middle w\\est fol' Ihlr ite l moihs con
stuantly, spieaking every dcty alit
soleilel5Os s'even tilles a day in he
half of litr husband, who is servint
ai life senltence inl Sail Qtuetntinl peni
tentiary for at ciile of which he i:
innocenit andtl of whicth lie was con
victed by the nlost outr'ageous per
She says that she is tired---very
very tired, anid homesic'k---- very
very lIomesickl. She walnti to g(
back.l to hlIe muitisic puplils. She w\ nt,
to o o ack to her studio.
"'lnut," said Ina Mlooney,
shall keep on with ihle fight till Ton
Mooney is at free laln; and then--
well tlhen \e w'ill finish organizin,:
the car menl of San I'iraltcisco."
PRODUC[RS BUY BACK
COPPER AT REDUCED RATE
(Special U'nited Press ire.)
Washington, July 28.---The war
dtlmtirtln11t has agreed after a con
forl'elnce et\wcen Secretarl'y Raker and
the )pro1ducers to hold 100,000,000
)pounds of colpper off the ilmarket. E.
V. Morse, assistant director of sales,
chllargetd Ibefore the house committee
now inll stigating conllduct of thl
war. 1that virtually all this copper
Ihas since been resold at redluced
Iprlics, to the pllroducers frotn whomll
it was 11'purc:hased.
I1 said the coppler was lbought
at prices ranging fronl 14 8-10 cents
to 26 cents and was sold at 15 8-10
(cents to 17 6-10 cenltS. Less thall
15,000,000 pounds nlow remain.
TO PREVENT MUNITION
SHIPMENTS IN MEXICO
(Special lnited Press WVire.)
Washington., July 2S. --- A more
vigilant watch is being enforced
alonllg lthe Melxicai border to prevent
the shilpment of munllitions into A\lex
ico. llhis has resulted from tile 1res
idtlnt's l lrocila tion warnlillg againlst
the shipmen(ts of arms into Mexico.
Many ire0quests have recently been
lmade to send mlunitions into Mexico
to United States officials, but coll
ditions are too turbulent to permit
such shipmelllnts. Export of arnm1
ac1ross the border is controlled by
\n overland party tourirng the
Montalna parks and other points, ar
rivetd last evening from Los Angeles.
They included Mrs. IM. De Vose of
IDooley. Mont.; Miss G. I)eanen, F. F.
Barr. Miss Betty E. Nichols and Miss
Mary S. Cairn of Los Angeles, \Vil
liamt Rea Jr. of Billings, and W. H.
State Senator Edwin S. Booth is
in the city for a few days in attend
a;nce at the food price investigation
now under way. Mr. Booth was the
chairman of the legislative commit-
tee allppointed by the last. sesrion to
make inivestigations along the sanel
Mrs. Joe J. Hoar of 712 'lah a\'
hnue has left to visit Chicago and
sther eastern cities and then will
meet her husband in Detroit, Miclh..
where they intend to umake their f'u
An automobile party arriving
'rom Hood hirver, Ore., was coinm
sosed of Maj. Charles Steinhousen
and Charles Steinhousen Jr. and H.
$100 reward will be paid to any
one proving we do not put in the
btest main spring for $1. Mayer, 37
North Main street.-Adv.
IMr. and Mrs. F. WX'. Kendall. Mr.
nd Mrs. R. F. D)avey and 1. J.
'lathewson were visitors frlom I)leer
An automobile party arriving from
he south inclutided A. C. and l)on
l'aylor of Provo and Beryl Star of
Joseph Mlerglock and his son,
toh1, of IHelena, stolpped in Btle
iver night on their way to Thomlp
R. P. Armitage of Wisdom and
.lrs. T. F. Allen and Miss A. L.
lehfuss of Divide spent Sunday in
C. If. Richardson, Ronald Hliggins
tid Jaltes Mc'Cay were over Sunditay
'rotn the Biltcter Iloot valley.
Seallntor John 11. Page of Plhilils
ttlrg is a recent visitor from (lGranite
:ontlyt, eln route to Itlelna.
W. E. and N. I). Matthews and
Vliss Evelin Matlhows are Idaho ar
'ivals fromt Ashton.
BIert Elliinghoutise and lBruce
'lark came in fromi the upper Mladi
,on last eve'ning.
George Edwards and Sw\an Erick
;ont of Basin were visiting in lown I
Dr. C. M. Eddy, dentist, 204-20t,
Pennsylvania block. Phone 4035-H
Mrs. C. C. lMontgotmery and Mrs.
'). W. Lyons were iln t'roltt iionida
ltarold and Mliss (Genovi\eve
.itrVh es of Cl'eat Falls werte SItlltlly
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. .Wilson of
i-IT lena are visiting in the city.
A. I.. Datutreniont was over frl'om
the Madison valley Sundlay.
lMr. land Mrs. C. A. Swanson are
'isitors from Idaho Falls.
Mrs. D. WV. Tilton of Sheridan was
aimontg the Surndaty arrivals.
Washington Market. Ground hone
7 pounds for 25c.-Adv.
G. D). Selwa.y and T. J. Call are
guests from Eiinnis.
J. J. Broderickl is a. late arrival
A. M. Smith of Anaconda was in
Isaac Boyer of Helena was a Sin
CITY AND COUNTY RECORDOS
To Mr. and Mrs. William Nor
tham. 720 West IDaly street, a
daughter, July 23.
To Mr. and Mrs. Alvin, 15 Rose
street, daughter. July 22.
To Mr. and M1rs. J. A. O'Neil. 118
Ruley street, daughter. July 17.
To Mr. and Mrs. A. K. tIozello,
2209 Wall street, son. July 23.
To Mr. and Mrs. Fred -ostram,
829 East Galena, son, July 23.
William Mark ( 2) Butte, and
Mary Puska (29) Butte.
Peter J. [Leiter 27 ) Butte, and
Myrtle Powers (121 Butte.
Patrick J. Sweeney 131) Red
Lodge, and MIona E. Ilawes (22)
William J. Briney 1231 Butte and
Mary Percina (21 I Butte.
i'. S. patent to Northern Pacific
railway company---- Larggo tracts of
land comprising 113,020.11 acres in
Helena, Bozeman, Billings. Great
Falls, Missoula and Kalispell dis
Mary Shepherd et con to John T.
Malaskey. lot 2. block 47, Daly ad
dlition and portion lot 11. block 23,
\Wilson Park addition; $1.
The Beattie company to Hazel
agency, lots 6 and 7, block 4, Silver
Bow Park addition; $47)0.
Euphena Vantoul, widow t1
Louise Rolfe. west 85 feet lot 1.r
block 51, Butte; $1.
\IMeeting Monday night.' oose hall,
71 East Park. Night shift meels in
business agent's office, 106 Penn
block, Monday 2 p. min. to 5 p. inm.
Adv. _ $ecordna mretarv.
S hiners I
Pounds of Ice
S. & H. Green Trading Stamps
with all cash. purchases
and first payment on time
purchases. Shiners, the
only fqrniture store that
gives stamps with pur
taken at par In exchange
FOR LESS ON
EASIEST OF TERMS
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
FOR A FEW WEEKS
29 So. Main St.
ill I I e Ir i o g ebn,1 g1h
S;11l4m\\ · " ; 'my- llll;lilln l ill
I Stock Reducing I
I SALE .
- TO PEOPLE WHO KNOW ,
11. . lllam 'T'ronnk File-
ti ., 'y Il' r' ll; llll ise. : II , I
To'1, i ilhers Ihe mlal ll i-I
I* lo ao1 thi \ialies pire- I
." mtlld olI (l ' l l tih (,l I .'t I
I Montana *
=I Factory =
i J. BETTMAN & CO. I
* WEST PARK STREET. M
IIII[ liEU iIIIIIIE l IIEEElElI
225 EAST PARK ST.
We Will Serve You Right
Pleasant and Clean
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
THE BUTTE BULLETI)
Is Sold at
Hennecke's Ice Cream Parlor.
422 East Park St. Anaconda
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
Woodmen of the World.
Reception to Copper Camp No.
797. W. 0. W.. Wednesday, July 30.
S:;0 p. m., at K. of P. hall. Service
flang consecration, dancing, refresh
nients. All neighbors, their friends
and families and visiting neighbors
are cordially invited.
H. J. GRIMES,
M. J. GEIGER
Clerk, Butte Camp No. 163, W. O.
It is a pleasure to give Thrift or.
War Savinen stamnR