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Crown caps, I gross, 65c
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Mechanics' Fine Tools
Paints - Window Glass
Plumbing and Electrical
Phone 958-221 E. Park
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TWO BIG PIANO
A Splendid Practice Piano.
Good as New.
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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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Montana Cash Grocery
(Formeirly the Hill Grocery)
FRED ROGERS, Mgr.
PHONES 970-971 135 W. BROADWAY.
IF IT IS IN THE MARKET WE HAVE IT.
W atermelon, per lb. ................................... 3,c
Bunch beets, per bunch ...................................... 1Oc
Bunch carrots, per bunch ..........---------Oc
Green beans, 2 lb. .-------------------.5
,,Green peas, 2 Ib. -....... .. ..... . . . . . 2 c
-Large fancy head lettuce, 2 for ............... 25c
Post Tavern porridge, regular 25c, for .....................1 5c
Monarch catsup, per bottle 25c; 2 bottles .................45c
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Nerve Blood and Skin Diseases.
SDR. HA LAND
Those Who Wish Their
Names to Be Put Back
Must Make Affidavit
Additional lists containing - the
names of 89 signers of the petition
protesting against the repeal of the
primary law, whose names, the coun
ty clerk alleges do not appear on
the registered voting list. have been
made public. Those whose names
are appended herewith are urged to
visit the office of Attorney David
W\ittenberg in the Owsley block this
afternoon or this evening to make
affidavit of their qualifications as
voters if the right of suffrage at the
coming special election is nut denied
The list of signers whose names
have been rejected by the county
c:lerk is as follows:
IVlianim llakemian. Tl'omas
-H. Gill, Ed. Murphy; Thomas Eva,
Pat Caraghar, lMrs. Emma Harley,
Ludwig Renland, J. W. Whitehead,
Mrs. George S. Burchhartt, Dan
J. O'Donohue, Minnie O'Donohue,
Bertha Oros, Annie S. KNall, John J.
Kall, H. E. Wilson, Johln Cronin,
lWill Murtha, K. T. Jackson, John C.
Lybold, Henjamin Barnes, C. iH.
Atkins. Guy Odell, Mrs. William
Burg, W. J. McIntosli, Mrs. Mary
Phillips, J. A. Branell, E. Branell,
Mrs. May O'l)ell, Mrs. \V. J. McIn
tosh. Anthony Ament, Arthur Bilty.
Arthur Jenson, Margaret M. Casey,
Max Vitt, J. Norcott, Tom Toohey, J.
S. Coforth, C. F, McKinnon, Mary
Shovlin, John Shovlin, C. A. Carty.
J. W. Smith, Roy Wilkins, Marie
Guthro, Mrs. B. Guthro, Mrs. L.
Smalley, Rose Lunn., Irs. L. E. Reg
nier, Garfield IBluett,.Julia Cronin,
George H3eller, Mrs. W. Heaney, Al
fred Body, S. D. Breckenridge, S. J.
Mellick, Joseph Manning, Mike Dris
coll, Charles Paasch, A. N. Wiegen
stein, Augusta Wiegenstein, Frank J.
Pierce, Alice K. O'Brien, Mrs. J.
O'Brien, John A. Nickolson, Rose Au
derson, A. EI. McGinley, Elizabeth
McGinley, William Rozsa, Margaret
!Rozsa, Sherman Diamond, Airs. Ella
Vanden, C. T. Wiilhelui, J. P. Tljelm
stad, Clara White, Nora Quinlan, W.
D. Bunney, P. A. Kelly, William
Gore, Patrick J. Garney, Frank Loos,
Robert M. Thurman, O. D. Brown,
F. J. Kramer, Simon Fulton, G. .V.
Decker, Ed, Rowe, Mike Egan, Will
iam J. Hansen and Nellie J. VWhit.e,
numbering eighty-nine (89) do not
appear on the registration books and
blanks in imy office.
MORE NAMES NEEDED
(Continued Froml Page One.)
morning inl time to plerniit the local
workers to carry the petitions to
Helena tomorrow, volunteer work
ers are requested to present them
selves this evening at 601 Daly Bank
& Trust company building.
Other workers will be on hand at
the following places this evening to
accept signatures to petitions:
Copper and Main streets, the
iLeonard mine, the Bulletin office,
i the lobby of the courthouse, and at
Attorney Wittenberg's office, 24
PAYS $S03.00 FI
LEAVING FIRES BUINBIN
(Special United Press Wire.)
'lountain llolme, Ida., July 30.
Jose UItecha, a sheep camp tenoder,
paid a fine of $300.00 following his
arrest on the charge of leaving caimp
fires burning and causing
forest fires. The fine covered
the cost of extinguishing four inci
lpient forest fires in addition to court
costs, as prescribed penalty for ne
Woodmen of the World.
Recelption to Copper CamLp No.
797, W. O. W., Wednesday, July 30,
8:30 p. mi., 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.
Mayor Angered at Alleged
Efforts of Profiteers to r
Hold Un Prices-Violate
Charges that the commission mnen 0
and wholesalers of the city are at- c
tempting to frustrate the plans of d
the city with reference to the free e
curb market on East Mercury street t
have been made by Mayover W. T. s
Stodden, who asserts that the co.t- o
mnission men, in order to keep the
farmer's produce from reaching the
people. have purchased the entire
stocks of farmers appearing at the
market, and in numerous instances
have halted the wagons of incoming
produce growers and bought their I
Atparently, however, there, is no
law Ithat can be invoked to stop the
practice, according to local officials,
the entire matter, it being, said,
resting with the farmers who can re
fuse to sell their stuff to the corn
mission men in order to have their C
pirolducts reach the consumloers.
Charges have also been nlade that
the Chinese garrdeners have been
forced by the food combine to halt
their wagons at the Jones Fruit com
pany's warehouse each morning to
Dermiit the wholesalers to select what
portions of their loads they desire
and then to set the retail prices for
which the Chinaulen may sell direct
to the householders.
Yesterday at the curb market, Wil
liam Foley, 1917 Monroe street,
quickly disposed of 300 pounds of
white fish which had been seined
front the Big Hole river. The fish
were disposed of at 17ti cents a
pound, while the same kind of fish at
the stores was quoted at 50 cents.
The price of 17 cents for Mon
tana white fish is set by the state
and is the maxinlult amount per
pound at which whitefish seined inl
this state may be sold here. How
ever, although it is stated, there are
no white fish shipped from Idaho
into Mlontana, the dealers are al
leged to advertise Montana white
fish as lIdaho white fish" so as to
be enabled to advance prices.
Patrons of local markets are ad
.vised to request the dealers handling
so-called "Idaho white fish" to dis
play proof that the fish actually were
shipped in from Idaho, and in cases
where the proof is not forthcoming
to report the matter to the state
t fish and game department.
DESEIYES IRON CROSS
(Special United Press Wire.)
Washington, July 30.--No evi
dence has been submitted to con
gress by the labor department that
shows Thomas Mooney did not have
a fair trial or should have a new
trial, Representative Blanton de
clared in a statement inserted in the
"There is nothing in the report of
John B. Densmore, labor investiga
tor, nor in the dictagraph conver
sations submitted to congress, that
show Mooney did not get a fair trial
and there is nothing warranting a
now trial." The statement said
"Secretary of Lablor Wilson admit
ted this in a speech at Atlantic City
Bhlanton declared the whole l)ens
more investigation was a framleup
between Denlmore, Fremont Older,
a San Francisco newspalper ulblish!er
and "other aa'rchist syllllpathizer
to create ipublic symllpathy in favor
AMENDMENT TO THE
(Spi('Ial United Press Wire.)
Washington. .iJuly 30.-A pro
posed lt'endmentl l to tlhe. collstitutiolln,
lPr viding that thII president canniot
send American soldiers out of the
e country to execute theli orders of any
-itnternational tr'ihunal or court, such
tas lih leaigule of nations, was intro
s duced in theli house by Representa
RACE FOIR 15,000 : ND CUP,
(1-y IUnited Press.)
Goodwood, Eng., July 30.--Thel
Steward's cup, a handicap six fur-l
longs sprint, for a handsome gold
trophy and a purse of $15,000, was
the principle event in today's racing,
the race attracting a large and smart
field. There was again a huge at
tendauce, including King George and
Bulletin Boosters should patronize
ARE THERE ANY MORE?
Three Men Have Agreed to Donate
$500 or$1,000 Each to the Bulletin, ife
There Are Seven Other Men Who
Will Do the Saime
The case of Mrs. W. Swayne, who
was arrested by Officer McDonald
on Saturday for violation ct cit3
traffic rules, was dismissed in police
court yesterday. Mrs. Swayne was
ordered to appear in.. court on Mon
day, but on her testimony that Mc
Donald telephoned her and told her
that her case was dismissed she
didn't .appqar. ..,Her testimony was
such that 11o indication of "wilful
violation of ordinances could be
Maggie MicNamara of the C. O. D.
laundry is happy in the reception
of the grand prize for being the
oldest ,mlember of the laundrywork
ors' union on the grounds last Sun- b
day, when the employes and propri
etors met in their annual frolic at
the Ross ranch. The announcement t
stated that she was the oldest person c
on the grounds. o
Marriage licenses were issued yes- 4
terday to -Charles Herman and Mary a
Bauer of .Butte;,. Fred N. Davies and n
Hattie N..Hubner of Butte; Carl A. S
Schassberger and. Annie L. Brown of v
Butte; Ray .Arable of Bellingham, li
Wash., and Gladys Ralph of Butte. e
"'The cancellation of a. mortgage g
which:.had been given as security for P
$4Q0 was, asked yesterday in a case r
filed in the office of the clerk of the t.
i court by. Bail Tyson and Emily Ty- c
son against Frank E. Southmayd C
t and Samuel A. Hall. e
t After 16 months,of service in Ger
many, John X. Cannon of Walker-I
ville has returned to his home. He
was welcomed by many friends, who
e had not seen hint for 19 months. Hie
served with the Thirty-second di
F. L. McNulty, who has had
,f charge of the operations at the
d Butte-New England mine for the
11 past year, has resigned from the
a superintendency of this property and
it will engage in other business.
1- The Dorcas society of Emanuel
,e Lutheran church will be entertained
r tonight at 8 o'clock in the church
n parlor, the hostess to be Mrs. Albert
- Olson. The program will be fol
lowed by refreshments.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Speck of White
hall visited friends in Butte yester
day. Mr. Speck is directing the con
struction work on the new high
school building which is now being
erected in Whitehall.
The Christian church Sunday
school will have their picnic Thurs
day afternoon at Washoc park. A
special invitation is given to parents
and friends to join us in our outing.
$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.
Merritt Owsley of Twin Bridges
was in. town yesterday afternoon at
tending to business affairs. He re
turned to his home by way of auto
mobile last night.
Dennis Laconey was accused 1c
the county attorney yesterday of
malicious mischief in a complaint
sworn to by Annie McBride.
, Dorothy Lamont and Ruth Davis
were charged with vagrancy and
fined $10 cch in police court yes
I Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Buck of
I Hailey, Ida., and Mrs. E. M. Buck of
SSpokane are visiting friends in
Charlie Ynnt was fined $20 yes
terday by Judge Grimes for allowing
his machine to rtun over the fire
Dr. C. M. Eddy, dentist, 204-20b
Pennsylvania block. Phone 4035-W
Pat Catrnhey is in town on state
fair hbusiiness front Waterloo for a
Miss Alice Siharl e'y is visiting in
the ciiy for a flew days from Philips
John Hlogan of Livingston was
amnolng thle arrivals last tciniig.
y Washington Market. Ground bone
I 7 pounds for 25c.-Adv.
Membiers L. U., No. 65, I. I. E. V.
Svot.t' oit the Metal Trades recoinmemn
dutions frim 12 mn. to 9 p. inm.
WedIcnelday, July 30, roolm 106.
PI n sylvaniia block.
-Adv. 1Rec. Sec.
225 EAST PARK ST.
d We Will Serve You Right
Pleasant and Clean
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Free Concerts in Interest of
Recruiting for Sea Forces
Scheduled in City and at
The famous West Coast Navy
band, an organization composed ex
clusively of naval musicians, will ar
rive in Butte on Saturday, according
to word received by W. A. Schubert,
chief of the local navy recruiting
office. The famous organization
will give two free concerts, one at
4 o'clock Saturday afternoon and
another at 7 o'clock Saturday eve
ning. In addition Chief Yeoman
Smith, who accompanies the band,
will show moving pictures of navy
life at the Rialto theater Saturday
The afternoon concert of the or
ganization will be held at various
points in the downtown district, ar
rangements having been made for
the free use of one of the railway
company's cars for the transportation
of the musicians about the city. The
evening concert will be staged at
The purpose of the band's visit is
_ to stimulate recruiting.
to stimulate recruiting. n
METAL MINE WORKERS
1HOlD INTEllESTINC MEET ,
New Members Elected. on a
Executive and Education- r
al Committees. Many Mat- d
ters Discussed. p
At the regular meeting of the '
Metal Mine Workers last night the
the principal topic was the One Big
Union and the interest taken in that
move around the country, letters C
were read from several different in- c
dustrial centers in Montana and out- @
side of the state and from western 9
Canada telling of the progress of
the movement and of the interest
of the workers.
.The vote of the Metal Mine Work- I
ers will be counted Thursday night, 1
and there is no doubt but that the s
vote will be solid for organization 1
becoming a part of the One Big Un- 1
The strike vote of the Metal Trades
came in for considerable discussion f
.and the fact that the mining com
panies of this district had failed to
answer the demands of the Metal
Mine Workers that were presented to
1 the companies on July 1, which in
eluded abolition of the "rustling I
card," a shorter workday and a mini
- mum scale of $6.00 for mine workers
and an increase for the surface work
New members of the executive and
educational committees were elect
l ed, the present secretary-treasurer
will serve for the ensuing term as
there was no desire on the part of
the membership to change at this
time, although Secretary Clough
recomnlended that a new Secretary
Applications from workers in all
crafts for membershlip in the One
Big Union were reported and it was
f decided that these be held pending
the formation of the O. B. U. in the
very near future, in the meantime all
applicatious front men in the mining
industry were to be taken care of
by the Metal Mine Workers union.
New York, July 30.-Copper and
Lead, easy; spot, $5.70@$5.95;
August, $5.80 @ 5.90.
Spelter, weak; East St. Louis, de
a livery, spot, offered at $7.80; Au
Il"Ir'T'EI, EGGS AND) l'OULTIIY.
Chicago, July 30.-Butter, high
er; creamtery, 48@)53c.
Eggs, receipts, 9,915 cases; un
Poultry, alive, lower; springs, 30
@35c; fowls, 30' c.
PLAN IRISH CONVENTION.
Preliminary plans for the state
." convention of the Ancient Order of
H-libernians, which will meet in Butte
next month, are under way. Promi
nent among the nmatters to comne be
fore the convention will be a me
minorial to congress demanding recog
nition of the Irish republic. The
convention will be held at Hibernia
hall in Centerville.
Metal Mine Workers of America
referendum vote on joining One Big
Union starts Sunday, July 27, and
continues 5 clays.
FRED G. CLOUGH,
RNK [Il MEMfRIAL
DAY suNOAY, AUCUST 3
At a business. meeting of the Metal
MIine Workers Industrial Union No.
S00 of the I. W. W. held last night
in Finlander hall it was decided to
set aside Sunday, Aug. 3 as Frank
Little memorial day in Butte, and
the press committee was instructed
in a resolution adopted to place no
tices in the Butte Daily Bulletin call
ing on "all lovers of liberty" to ob
serve that day as a holiday.
A mass meeting will be called for
1 o'clock Sunday at Finlander hall,
and from there the crowd will pro-,
ceed to the Mountain View ceme
tery, where memorial services wlll
be held at Little's grave.
The names of speakers and the
program will be announced later.
A fund has been raised to place a
cement enclosure around the grave
and prepare the soil for planting
flowers in the spring.
AHO FUNERAL TOMORIIOW.
The funeral of Sven Edward Aho,
13-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward Aho, will be held tomorrow aft
ernoon at 2 o'clock at the family res
idence, 476 East Broadway. Inter
ment will be made in Mountain
27 DEATHS RESULT
(Continued From Page One.)
the patrol wagon were hurt.
Immediately there was a rush of
blacks and policemen to the wreck.
The police could not pushl the en
raged negroes away, and opened fire,
killing one negro and wounding 30
The wounded policemen and
whites were placed in ambulances
and a crowd of whites followed them
to the Provident hospital. Outside
that institution, which is maintained
and mannedhby negroes, a crowd of
blacks had gathered and the two
races quickly clashed.
A call tor police brought a strong
detail, who charged half a dozen
times before the rioters were dis
persed. One negro police sergeant
and a dozen rioters were wounded
in this clash.
One of the whites wounded in the
fight at the automobile was Fiank
Hoedek, an employe of the federal
collector of internal revenue. He was
caught under the machine and a ne
gro shot him in the face. The ne
gro was arrested.
Negroes barricaded in their homes
on the south side wounded three po
licemen in a battle with motorcycle
policemen at State and Thirty-second
street. Negroes in many south side
neighborhoods were charged by the
police with sniping. A number of
men were wounded.
Rubbish thrown into State street
from upper windows blocked the
path of seven motorcycle policemen,
and as they stopped they were fired
upon. Two of them anct a detective
sergeant, who joined them, were
wounded, and their companions then
burst through the barricaded doors
of two buildings and arrested 16 ne
groes. Two Springfield army rifles
and ammunition were found.
Sniping continued in other neigh
borhoods until late last night. Two
men were shot from their motor
cycle in Princeton avenue, near For
Grand Jury Inquiry.
State's Attoriley Hoyne took offi
cial cognizance of the riots and
ordered a grand jury investigation.
Chief Garrity suspended a police
man who was charged with failure to
arrest a white youth who threw a.
stone which struck an unidentified.
negro youth, knocking him from a
1 raft at the Twenty-ninth street beach
Sunday afternoon. The negro was
,drowned, and that incident has gen
erally been conceded as the start of
The chief declared that if the
charge were true, Policeman Calla
han, the man complained of, was the
individual responsible for the subse
More than 1,200 negroes in the
employ of the municipal government
were sent to their homes today, to
remain off duty until the rioting had
ceased. Patrol wagons were utilized
to convey negro employes to their
homes for their protection.
If You Can't Come, Phone
No. 10s "J"
Absol'utely . lacon,
$3.75 I. Lb. YOe.
64 EAST BROADWAY
SANITARY GROCERY AND MEAT STORE.
'"Queei' faicy piten[t flour, 1Iade 1'foiii the I'iiliesl of
,lonilaum's selected hard wheat, every sack guaranteed,
98- Ib. sack ..----------------------------------.........................................................$6.73
4 9i -1h . sack ..................................................... . $3.48
No. 5 boxes I'resli. crisp soda crackers (delivered oily
Nwitlh a grocery order) for----- . ............---------------------------90c
1 Extra fnlcy wrapped breakfast bacon (strip or hall') per
l b ..............................................................--------------------------------------------46c
Absolutely lresli eggs. guaranteed. per dozen ............65c
5-lb1. calls l l (lub to ee. extra secial .............-------$2.25
49-111. sacks al' "lest. Out West" 'facy peaent l'lour, ma:de
froom the lfinest of selected hard whlit ....................---------$3.50
We have "Lyon s liest." "iOccidelt" and "l'lectrice ight"
Iflour. made from linlko. 's finest hard wheat..
Cariation milk. per case, 48 tall cans. delivered --....$7.25
Sego milk, per case, 48 tall cons. delivered- ........... $7.00
MILK FOR 1UNCLE SAM
this year. It puts strength into
his body and keeps his head clear
and bright for his work. You
can drink the same kind of
strength giving and courage in
a spiring beverage. Have us leave
S, a you a bottle every morning of
the finest milk from the finest
cows. Absolutely pure and
wholesome and as clean as sani
tary science can make it.
- The Crystal Creamery
S4'59 E. Park St. .. Phone 181
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i Furniture Store
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
0 EASIEST OF TERMS..
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o. The Men's Style
Store of Butte
`- 29-31 WEST PARK STREET
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le Your photo makes an ideal gift.
Af It is one thing your friends
cannot buy. We have many
st styles to offer. Have your sit
Le tings now.
iC Thomsons' Fark Studio
re John Lunmme, Mgr.
n 217 East Park Street.
es SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
r- THOMAS E. JOYCE
PIANO TUNER AND REPAIRER
Headquarters, Hunt Piano Co.
THE BUTTE BULLETIN
l )Is Sold at
2 Hennecke's Ice Cream Parlor
of i 422 East Park St. Anaconda
ie SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
i THE FAMOUS CAFE
;t 1241/2 E. Park St.
to First-Class Meals at Reason
ad able prices. Open Day and
,ir PHONE 1048-J.