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a new stock of
Crown Bottle Caps
and Capping Machines
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handiils (w 1'enky' corks.
Quart bottle size ....$2.50
Crown caps, I gross, 65c
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The Home of Good Hardware
Mechanics' Fine Tools
Paints - Window Glass
Plumbing and Electrical
Phone 958-221 E. Park
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Clean, Pleasant, Cool.
17 S. MAIN.
In feeding more people than
lany caIfO ill liltt. The reaonI
--bletLter food for ( less nollney.
We c1ater to the working people.
l0nins in connec/ian
None beterl in lthe city
$3.50 andt up.
SAM & JOHN KENOFFEL
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TWO BIG PIANO
A Splendid I'raclice Piano.
ESTEY .............. $225.00
Good as New.
HOWARD MUSIC CO.
213 No. Main St.
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316 East Park, Anaconda.
Pool, ice cream, soft drinks of all
kinds, good assortment of cigars,
cigarettes, tobacco and candy.
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THE BUTTE BULLETIN
Is Sold at
Hennecke's Ice Cream Parlor
422 East Park St. Anaconda
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Montana Cash Grocery
(Formerly 11(Ile Hill Grocery)
FRED ROGERIS, Mgr.
PHONES 970-971 135 W. BROADWAY.
IF IT IS IN THE MARKET WE HAVE IT.
Bunch yellow and white turnips, per bunch ..............5c
Bunch radishes and onions, per bunch 5c
Large, sweet and juicy plums, per lb. ............-........... 15c
C antaloupe, each ........ ............................... ......... . 10c
W aterm elon, per lb. -........ . -.. . . . . .. . . . . . 3c
California Club peaches, halves, 30c; 2 cans .... 55c
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Nerve Blood and Skin Diseases.
Much Pessimism Is Seen
Among Solons on Opening
Day of the Special Session
of the Legislature.
(Special to the Bulletin.)
IIelena, July 29.---Pessimism is
the marked characteristic of lmem
bers of the house an.i senate itr
riving in Helena for the, special ses
There is little of the joyous
ahbandon that marked the opening
of the regular' session last January,
and several reasons may he as
signed for the somewhat appressive
air that pervades the little gather
ings of. the solons in the hotel lob
hies and on the street, corners.
It should be remembered that
with the exception of four senators
and 20 melmbers of the lower house,
all of the present delegation voted
for the amendmlnents to the primary
bill that are receiving such a ter
rific walloping at the hands of the
voters right now and that will he
defeatedl by an overwhelming mna
jority if the election is held.
Listening t lothe brazen cong oi
I1he copper siren rat her than to lih
voice of their constituents and the
unpleasanl results accruing li here
fromn is responsible for the sense of
impending disaster that is taking the
joy out of life for the ipoliticianms.
The general crop failure and the
serioius situation developing through
out the state tbIcause of the con
tinue:d drolllllt is also having its ef
The legislature is ca;lletd to con
sider meausures for the relief of the
farmers, bl)ut no one s10 sns to1 hat've
any (lear idea as to how or when
it should Ibe done.
So far the cry for aid nnd assist
ance for the tiller of the soil seems
to have comlle largely fromii the
banking and commlnercial interlocsts
who see but little prospect of con
tinuing 1heir lprofitalle enterlprise of
farnming the frmloer iutless they unll
keep the f'artm er oti the fa1rm.
Ilence Ihe loud calls for succol'r.
Knowing as they do now. That the
farmllers land1 the workers are'( follow
their activities 1more closely than
they evelr lreometldl possible, sillce
ihe dlisastrous experiment with thie
primallry law, the politicians are julSt
about convinced thlat whatever they
do will he thei wrong thing.
It is possible, that 'realizing as
most of then1 do, ithIt the special
session glve (llin1 1the last olppor
tunllity they will verl have( of coll
ing to Helenal l aIs representat i\,cv.
thyeyy 111ay pliy te game of ithe ll
uncia; l inllterests to the limit iand
colnlliit l the state lo tile expendtitulre
of trel'llendolls slllll frionI t which olu ly
the annointed ones will benefit.
Somelll culriosily is exlpressed ;as to
the contents of tihe governori's mIlos
salge; somne legislatlols have openly
expressed the oplinion that it would
be better for all concerned if hi
nmade no rec-omlendllnations at all;
they state as their Ibelief lhat for
on(e the tlie A M.C. 31. should k.ip
their hands off and not exert the
lpre'ssurlle that is uIsually exercisced
o\0ver the Iwo hiouses through t hel
hints of what would be acceptabile
to the copper and bianking interests
that are ulsually contained ill the
Thlis sentimentlll -qullite strontg ap
parently---is so radically differelnt
from tlh Iisuiilly lpassive a1ti!iltud' of
the two houses that it is causing
conllsiderable com incllnt.
'The'l Iegislatllre co'llnvened at noon
todaiy ibut no h:usinls.s o.lhp1 t!lhan
the routine of orl'ganization will Ibe
Ipossible before Wedne'1 'lsday.
Morsels From a
Sage's Scrap Book
Wily is Egytpt called the "Gift ofl'
Berause there is very good
evidence that nlcrly all that country
hIlas beenl formled fl'llll he sedimt'lenlt
brought down by that river. The
vast delta that ilhe Nile hals formllled
aIt its mnoulh. is larger than lhe statle
WIII It . CAII :A1IMBASSAl)OI)
(Special United Press \Vire.)
Romne. luly 29.---lPopolo Itomano
says thlle Italian allllilbssaidor to the
l'niltd States will be recalled
EA ST SE COND
1268- 1270 EAST SECOND ST.
Phone 2064 ROB. PANIC, Prop.
Prime beef roast, per Ib. . ..... ....20c
Pot roast beef, per Ib. ........----- ...----------------------- 15c
Boiling beef, per Ib ............. :------------------------- 122ec
Veal roast, per Ib ..................----------------------- - . 20c
Veal stew, per lb. ................------------------------. 15c
Leg of spring lamb, per Ib. .25c
Roast shoulder of lamb, per lb. .-------------___20c =
Pork roast, per lb. ...............----------------------- 42c
Beef stew, per lb. 12-/2c o
Hamburger steak, per Ib. ............ . .. 121/2c
Strictly fresh city eggs, per doz ...................... 60c
Home cured ham, per Ib. ................................. 35c
Home cured bacon, per Ib ............40c
Lam b stew, per Ib. .................. .....................12 y2c
5-lb. can of lard $2.00
10-lb. can of lard $3.80
Sirloin steak, per lb. .. ..--...-.........................- 28c
Round steak, per Ib. ..............---------------------.... 25c
Shoulder steak, per Ib. ----------------------------------------15c
Pickled pork, per Ib.-----------25c
Home made pork sausage, per Ib ........-.... 20c
T-bone steak, per Ib. ------- -........--.. 26c
Soup meat, per Ib. ................-----------------------...10c
Corn beef, per b. .............-------------------------- 10c
THESE PRICES ARE STRICTLY CASH.
THESE ARE OUR EVERY DAY PRICES.
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AN APPEAL TO WORKMEN
OF ALLIED COUNTRIES
An appetil addressed "To the
Workmlon of the Allied Countries"
has behne issuedo by the pilrovisiontal
colllniltee for the Sctandiiavialn left
socialist worknllel's orga nizat.ions:
Ailer recording Ihe fiact that after
more tIllhan 10 yealrs' struggle tilhe
iRussian piroletariti has sulcceeded in
achllieving a workilienl's revolution the
appealI goes on:
International caplitalismn is doing
all thait is lpossiblehl to iput down Ihe
soviet power in IRussiatl, in order to
help retieion algalin to Ipowe'r t'here.
and11 thus ret (' i strollg p)oint of sup
port for west l European capitalism.
If the capita;lisls suicci'eeded ill this,
1they will have gained a nmaltchless
victory. If the workmlen of the IIn
(intl1 ('u111n l'iesi d 1o O 1t 1oW take
cOmlllm i t c inii, il lllOl iti allti.ll Will
W'. t lihe reprll'esentativs of 111e
worlielol of the Sctidionviatin coiln
t'ios, iow ildre(lss u el.wd s l's S vel s to h111
will slart a bIhelohde against all heI
atleiPS whlicl ire It Wail with I soViet
Russia, ill orider to 1pr;alyset the at
tIa k, of the imper(l 'ialists.
'AWe appleal to you t ttake part in
this Ilockadl '. 'Thl'l c lapitalists of your
colntll ir s haive been victorious ill
I his grand uil iiversit hattle. This 1po
sition the workmen ihlve to attack,
and il this atltack the workinen of
the nlltelnto countries haive to he the
first. And' we (d) not doubl that
your' well-or'ganlized forcles will suc
ceed, if yoi only have one comllon
• ET.11A, m1.\1!ET.
New York, 1July 29. --- Copper
quiet. 1Electrulytic, spot and July
2:3 c; August, 23 1. (r 23: e; Sep
Iron steady. No. 1 nlortherln. $3:0;
No. 2 northern, $29; No. 2 sotltheril,
llead dull. Spot, $5.50('$6.10;
Auguist, $5.50.1i $6.15.
Slpelter easy. Mast St. Louis de
live:y. spot, $7.90; Augl st, $7.90.
III"I TT1l1, EGGS AND 1 ()IOLTHY.
Ilutter -Iligher. Cr('Olealn ery', 461,
Eggs - - Steady. Flirsts, 421t, @
43 ;,c; ordinary firsts, 3, ( 41'; at
llark. lcasel incluided, 3i9 ( 42 e;
stlorage-lacked tirsts. 441t ,44 ! c.
Poultry \live. higher; springs,
3t Oi 35c; fowls,. "11c.
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o - -- --- ---- O
Florence Nightingale. a Ill it ish
arl'ill' lllral's . was bo n in i l l 'lrell'P,
in May. 129. Shlie early exlhiitt ld
ian1 iiltenlse devotion toi the alleviation
of sufferting, which, in 1S44, led her
to give attelntion to hospitals. Ill
1854 war was declared with IRu.ssia,
and on Nov. 4 she arrived at ('on
stantinollle with 34 nurses. At I he
close of the ('rimealll war a fundlll of
$25t,0on0 was subscribhc d for the piiur'
pose of eniblingl her to form an in
stitution for the training of nurses.
A Bulletin reader, a Bulletin
ARE THERE ANY MORE?
'Three Men Have Agreed to Donate
$500 or $1,000 Each t'o the Bulletin, if
There Are Seven Other Men Who
Will Do the Same
SHAVE BII TIME
I llaundry workers of the city splent
an enjoyable time Sunday at Co
Iulllmbia gardlns, the occasion being
the alnnual picnic of the wor'ker's.
Various events, including a ibaselball
game between the Nortlhs and the
Souths, in which the former won,
The list of contests and the win
ners are as follows:
Oldest lady on the grounds Malry
Ladies' free-for-all 75-yard dash--
Fir'st prize, Maray Putzell; second
prize, Kate Shuttey; third, Edna
Married ladies' race, 50-yard dash
--First prize. Mrs. Wagner; secind
prize, Nellie IIashe; third prize, Mrs.
Illindfolded race, freo-for-alnl, 25
yard tdash First, Alice AIMcride;
second. Virginia P'orter; third, Iea
Single girls' race, 75-yard dash
First, Snita. IJacobs; second, Eliza
beth Riley; third, Kate Shutey.
Fatl woman's race, 50-yard dash
First, Isabelle ('uthill; second, Clive
Slaffs: IIird, Margareit uiley.
Old ladies' race -- First, Kate
'uning; secondtl, Mrs. Griffin; third,
Three-legged race, free-for-all, 50
yards---I irst, Misses (Cassidy and
Forbees; second, Alisses \Vhalen and
Watermelon eating contest-- First,
Lizzie Riley; second, Helen Daly.
GRAC[ MARIE JOHNS
IS LAID TO REST
Little IrIcace Marie Johns, daugh
ter of lMr. and Mrs. \Villian1 Johns.
who diied in Seattle recently as the
resullt of having hrbn struck by an
automobile,. was buried last Friday
from the famtily residence, 1623
Florence avenue. Four of the little
girl's fI'i h untles acted is pall-!
bear'ers. A .speial car was requir ied
to carry the blaittiful floral offer
Miss .Johns is survived by her par
ents, her grartndmotther, Mrs. Jamies
Thomlas; iher uncles. David Tallie,
Fred Johns anlid Jamlies Thomas. all
of Butte, and Frank Thomas of Se
attle; anti twio aunts, Mrs. William
Marr and Mli.,s Bessie Johns, both
SAYV IIOs STOLE IOOZE.
ThIree Iboys, whose names are with
held by ithe police,, were arrested yes
tcrday, charged with having stolen
72 hit tl's .of whisky from the eel
lar] of Ihe residence of Patrick ('on
lon, on \\'i:st Granite street. The
boys are albllout 15 years of age.
Aelimbti rs l,. I'., No. 65, I. B. E. W.
Vtl' (11 Ii the .Aletal Trades recomnmen
dations frotI 12 m. to 9 p. tat.
W\edtnesdaytl . .Ily 30, room 106,
-Adv. Roc. Sec.
Bulletin Want Ads Get
Result. Phone 52.
An 'overland i automobile arty
from the far south arrived from
Shreveport, La., and en route for the
Montana parks. The party was made
up of E. R. Jones and the Misses
Sybil, Elsie and Lena Jones. They
will visit local points before pro
ceeding on their journey.
Out-of-town guests yesterday at
the Grand hotel included It. C. Ram
sey of Bozeman, H. Bookers of Lew
istown, Mrs. J. W. Kelley of Poison
and Fred L. Hernson from Lakeview.
P. E. Taylor and family and Mr.
and Mrs. Gus Landstadt returned to
Butte from the Yellowstone park last
night en route to their home in
A party traveling overland and en
route to the parks is Mrs. H. Gray
and son of Upland, Cal., and Miss
Catherine Yarnell of Los Angeles.
$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.
Mr. and Mrs. W. MI. Browning mo
tored in from the upper Madison
valley yesterday for a short shopping
visit at the Butte stores.
Dillon folks who spent tile day in
town yesterday included C. K. Wy
man, Mrs. Pearl I. Smith, Charles
Smith and A. Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. Hosea Fisher and
daughter and Miss Nora Moen mao
tored in from Stamford yesterday for
a short visit in town.
Mrs. William Couates and Miss
Marion C'oates of Martinsdale were
mllnong the out-of-town visitors yes
Dillon guests in town yesterday
included Frank Eliel, Miss Mary I-I.
Philips and Miss Charlotte Hansen.
P. G. Edsal and M. J. O'Connell
were over from the Gallatin valley
yesterday on business mlatters.
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Milton are vis
iting ill the city from IBrant, Alberta,
for a short time.
L. U. Loomis is over from Philips
burmg with Mrs. Loomis for a few days
Dr. C. M. Eddy, dentist, 204-20:
Pennsylvania block. Phone 4035-W
J. E. Shaw of Wisdom and M. Mar
tin of D)nr Lodge were arrivals last
L. A. Dudley of Virginia City is a
recent arrival from the upper Madi
C. G. Johanesson and W. A. Hiar
nick orf )eer Lodge were visitors last
I Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sherlock of
Toston iare spendill g a few days ill
Ben Holier of WVhitefish is a re
cent business visitor in town.
Washington Market. Ground bone
7 pounds for 25c.-Adv.
J. W. Beaver of Billings is a re
Bulletin Want Ads Get
Result. Phone 52.
Attractive, colorful neck
laces, pins, and rings add
greatly to the attractive
ness of summer frocks.
The prices are particularly
pleasing to present day
You will enjoy choosing a
POWELL JEWELRY CO
112 N. MAIN.
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2 ·25 EAST PARK ST. :
We Will Serve You Right
.Pleasant and Clean
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Much Interest Shown in
Contests by Individha ls
and Teams W~ho Compet
ed in Field Day Events.
Miners of Butte and members of
their families to the number of more
than 10,000 yesterday participated in
the safety first field day celebration
at Columbia gardens. Unusual in
terest was taken in the first aid and
other contests in which individuals
or teams competed for cash prizes of
fered by the mining companies.
The day's program was under the
personal direction of J. L. Boardman,
safety first engineer of the Anacon
da Copper Mining company, assisted
by 10 other company officials.
In the first aid contests 26 teams
of six men each competed for prizes.
In the mucking contest first honors
went to Edward Timmons, who won
the first prize of $10, filling a mine
car in two minutes and two seconds
with 74 shovels full. Herman Han
tajarvi won the second prize of $5
with 78 shovels full in 2.minutes 10
In the five-eighths-mile relay race,
inwhich five teams of five men each
competed, the following team won
the first price of $50; Jlack Norton,
L. J. Cody, E. Sells, T. I. Brandon
and Lee Brandon. The following
team won the second prize of $20;
John Fleming, Ml. J. Fahey, R. Cran
gle, John Masters and James Sulli
The drilling contest, for which a
prize of $251 was offered, was won
by Charles Bedell and Glen Bedell.
The second prize of $150 was won by
J. E. McLeod and James Thomas, and
the third prize of $100 was won by
John H. Banfield and William Bates.
ilThe si-round boxing exhibition be
tween George Legeas and F'rank
Griffin was won in the third round
The wrestling match, for which a
$25 prize was offered, was won by
Pospapel over Rereaui ill seven mil
utes. Another match between l)r.
Jones and Albert' Cote resulted in a
The baseball game between the
Anodes and Sundberg's Pets was won
by the former by a score of 5 to 2.
The winners in the children's
events in the forenoon were as fol
lows: Potato race, graninmar school
girls-First prize of $2 won by Myr
tle Henderson of the Greeley school;
second prize of $1 won by Elsie Tru
Relay race, high school boys
First prize, $10, won by the follow
ing team: James Leonard, Matt
Larson, Miles Bailey, Philip Vedo
vatti and Ervin Kronwald; second
prize, $5, won by James Paul, Wil
liam Neary, Nick Derana, Thomas
Cahill and Emmet Lynch.
75-yard dash, high school girls-
First prize, $2.50, won by Bessie
Dailey; second prize, $2, won by
Myrtle Henderson; third prize, $1,
Sack race, grammar school boys
First prize, $2.50, Emmet Lynch;
second, $2, larold Riley; third, $1,
Women's wheelbarrow race 75
yards - First prize, $7.50, Mary
Smith; second, $5; Johanna Severs;
third, $2, Blanche McGrath.
Egg spoon race, married women
First prize, $3, Blanche' McGrath;
second, $2, Agnes McK(ay; third, $1,
Nail-driving contest, women only
-First prize, $3, Mabel Foster; sec
ond, $2, Margie Wicking; third, $1,
The babies' review for babies up to
2 years old, which took place just
before noon, was not a contest, and
each baby was presented with some
little present in money ranging in
amount from 25 cents to 50 cents.
By HENRY WOOD
(United Press Correspondent.)
Paris.--(By Mail.)-With the cer
tainty that aviation is quickly to be
come one of the big industries
throughout the entire world, Paris
has a little warning for all of her
sister cities of America and every
The warning is this: Enact im
mediately, either state, municipal, or
national legislation, prohibiting the
erection of airplane factories any
where within a hearing distance of
where human beings have to live
Otherwise, said human beings
won't be able to sleep and will be
driven in no time at all either into
their graves or some faraway sani
Everyone knows how much rumpus
an airplane makes when it is flying
thousands of feet overhead. Well,
every airplane motor before it is
mounted has to be tested and to be
tested it is attached to a huge bench
or platform and ran continuously at
top speed, with hundreds of horse
power back of it, for at least 24
hours and sometimes 48.
During that period of time nobody
living within hearable distance can
At Suresnes, where 'motors are
tested for 4S hours, it has been nec
essary to close an adjacent school.
At Puteaux. the inhabitants de
clare they have not slept for months.
At Courbevoie the city council has
resigned as a means of protest.
At Clichy, the city had bought a
large tract of land for the erectio.n
of a municipal hospital. Airplan 0
factories during the war installed
themselves in the vicinity and the
medical authorities now refuse to
let the city build its hospital in such
a death-insuring locality.
.The department of the Seine has
been forced in the interest of public
health to take measures to stop the
ahlplane factories and get them
moved into more isolated localities.
Bulletin Boosters should patronise
Pounds of Ice
S. & II. 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
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SPECIAL THIS WEEK
17 W. Park St.
The Big Store With the Smnall
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THOMAS E. JOYCE
1PIANO TIUNIER AND REPAlEEtI
IIeadquarters, Hunt Piano Co,
We Serve the Best on the Market
at Popular Prices.
69 E. PARK ST.
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The current "Pan" bill is quite
exceptional in comparison with those
we have endured in the last six
The Romanos sisters gave sotie
very clever character dances, the
Spanish dance being the most pleas
Florence Rayfield won her au
dience with her sparkling personal
ity and gave some worth-while ex=
hibitions of comedy-singing.
Ray Conlin, ventriloquist, pre
sented a clever act and demonstrat
ed that he is a speed artist in his
line.' His comedy, however, dropped
a little below the quality we expect
for the admission charged at "Pan."
The Imperial quintette presented
a singing act that was of the high
est class. The "Miserere," scene
from "I'll Trovatori" was presented
in full costume. The singing of the
tenor was particularly commenda
ble. He also sang the "drinking
song" from Rigaletto. This act is
as high class as we could expect at
Ray and Emma Dean, in "Leave
Me Alone, Darn You," gave an act
which, though a repeater, convulsed
The musical comedy, "Perhaps
You're Right," was one of real class,
the scene being in a girl's seminary.
The beauty chorus was one of un
usual beauty and vivacity arid the
comedy was sparkling.
Lindsay Simons' orchestra do
lighted the audience with its perfect
accompaniments to the various acts,
and as a concert number, played:
Suppe's "Jolly Robbers" overture in
a manner which proclaimed them
Woodmen of the World. '
Reception to Copper Camp No.
797, W. O. W., Wednesday, July 30,
8:30 p. m., at K. of P. hall. Service
flag consecration, dancing, refresh
ments. 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.
Metal Mine Workers of America
referendum vote on joining One Big
Union starts Sunday, July 27, and
continues 5 days.
FRED G. CLOUGH.
It is a pleasure to give Thrift or
War Savings stamp?'--