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GENUINE OLD TIME MALT
Still onl St.eR in ('omlplianilce with
FR11E OF A IA,'() L
Dark 14 oz. can for 6 gal bev
orage ..... ... . .---------------.$1 .23
Light 1.4 oz. can for 6( gal. eyv
erilge --------. ---------- -------..-$t.2.1
Dark 8 orz. can for 7 gal bev
rage ---..................---------------.i.. 511
S)Delivtred preplaid wilh c5 0
for )pos age.
Unlequalled I1(preparaItions for
making a sparkling, healthful
good old style drink at hoilie.
iasy to make.
72(1 So. lMonlitanai: St. , Butte
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Our line of men's merchandise is
being sold ait prices that never
were so low in Butte. Fine line
MONTANA CIOTHIIING ANI)
103 Soulth Arizonla Street.
Out of thlc igh lRent D)istiict.
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TWO BIG PIANO
A Splendid Practice Piano.
Good as New.
HOWARD MUSIC CO.
213 No. Main St.
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"Where Good Fellows Meet"
42 E. Park St.
Over People's Theater
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FOR SALE AT ALL
GROCERS AND AT
107 N. MONTANA ST.
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We Serve the Best on the Market
at l'opular Prices.
69 E. PARK ST.
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Golden Gate Poolh Hall
Tobaccos, Cigars, Cigarettes and
GIVE US A CALL
272 E. Park.
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Result. Phone 52. it I a . ubsta.t ia busin-s
iII.ýlmsllOniPIm nnBins nnBImB6 1 nnumuPi nglllll
DR. HAVILA ND
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'TWO SUITS FILEI
Harrison Freeboilrn Is Ai
torney in Cases Resultin
From Cap Explosiol
$85,000 Damages Asket
The TuOlumn1e Copper Alinij
o11 paniIy was 11ad(e' defenldalntl
iO dalimage slits file'd yeslerday 1
HIaIrrison J. Frebourn, attorney ft
the plaintiffs, w]hel'eill damalg'es
ihei stum of $1851)11)i, .t( are asked ft
inljuries susnitailned by Steve ZigicIh,
(oy of five years, and Mail'y Criic
a girl of eight years.
The conDplaillts aillege Iltlt the d
felndant failed to Iproperl'ly storei r
concealed blasting c:alps at the But
.lain Range miniile, where children 4
I eder years were in the habit (
loitering and 1playing about, the su
face. That through the negligell(t
of the compaliny the chiltlren securc
a tlhasting clI,. ndut not apprecia
ing the daniger titenldting its posse
sion played with it. The cap e:
pl:dcd while in the hands of 1.1
Zigich child, causing injuries whit
resulted in thli amputation of h
left haniid at the wrist, and the ilo
of an Eye. The Crnich child, wi
w ii, stanl diig nlelrbi y when tile Iil
extPloded, suffered the loss of a
IRISH WOMEN PATRIOTS
JAILE BY BRITISHER
The following cablegrami is inter
esting. particularly to Montana read
e1rs, since it sounds like Butte. It is
also 1nrticularly ilnteresting to Irish
men11 and to lovers of freedonm gener
;lly. silnce it shows that ill "hlumane(
Elngilad" the sanctity of womanhood
is insufficient to prevent the author
ities front treating tho mothers,
I daughters and sisters of Irish patriots
with the brutality accorded savage
beasts by their captors:
July 2, 1.19.
1-1 tlackson Place,
Washington, I). '.
Countess 31arlkwevic( in ire
land (inmprisoned) again over al
l.ed sc(ditions utter;lncs. Srhe
is only oan m\\'iei itber of1 Irishii
replthlicailll prliamnt.i Evidenceil'1
strongly indicates tha( she was
iarr'st'.o d l ieause of inf ll or' at illl' ioltl
ill her pcss1essionll f itrllocitiesi
p'cltice(!d oti womntpl political
ptisonei s in English and Irish
,jails. i( e is tin intelltl lectual
omt olllilll f high spli i lit lind d lltii
iless courage biil c(ontnued ll c ilon
'iln. lllt niiily shortly l('il her1
life. .Please gt1 liio en ill Ai Ier
ica I to makeI s(,trong 5le'lallnld for
i her1 illlll'diiate release unlessi
thiis is done further 11iil'lrests of
wonllll w\ill doubtless follow.
Scounty bo111 of' tetalizt1ion onl 11
valuation placed on its building fo
tax purlposes. The'] conllmpany delal're
that one of hlie floors in its buil(
tig is vacant. and is bringing in in
riVeuue at this time, and or' tlhi
i reason seekis to hIv' lhe valt;uatio
t cut from l $16.5t00 to $12,000.
'O F) IXl i .\SSlHSS I; ENT.
The mutmbers of the city contl
will meet ill Spe'ial tiesion1 on 3Mol
day for the purpose of fixing th
cilty lax levy. II i:s 1;11tt tl a t1 :
though the actual Valuation of phi l
erty wilthill the city limis has il
crlelsedt silIO+ last year', the vallu
(ion oil which the city nuty assss
N consitlderablle smallller.
sTAi'S i'NEV- IIBSIESS..
1 lb. L. V. Mloran. \ho lhl:; bee
utunii tging lhel( Aloutani, Optical stol
at 112 North Main street, for 11
lta.:t few yc! ur:;, Ihas s\everedt his co
111clion wili tlit above-llninllled lfir
and will open up an optical store
roolln 1041 touncylvania l block '
Aloriday uorning. D)r. M\oran h1
booen with thie Montanua Optical col
N pany Ifor the last 15 years as iima
ALL BERLIN LAUGHS
AT HED MANY STRIKE[
(By United Press.)
Mierlin. (fly M ail. -- - \hcen
comells 1to taking slrikl's philosoph1
sally and good natur ulvy lornlill
wins easily. She has he(n u'1 IlIdle'rg
ing 1 tonlt 14 of strikes of varionl
kinds, and lieely t aking th ,m 1
"all ill a0 lifetime." 'art'icularly di
ficult for Merlin has een tlit, tro tle
elevated and siul)way strike. Bu
1erlinl dtidnl't loset its ltempel r eVe
it. It merely w1'alkd to work c
. caught a ride on improvised carrt
alls and didn't e .rs (e the Il(u11 excel
As for viole1cl,. tlherie wais none 1C)
( cept in aI few isolatll d u'I ('s wh.ei
s Lstriking carmen were personall
r Anotil , l stranl ge rllt of the situ;
l tionl was the fact that tholugh th
1, governmenllt could unldolubte('lly ha\
resorted to the Am.erieln expediel
Sof strike breatillg in ordel'rl to operat
id 1ome 'ars, this was n1ot evell a
f Berlin had to gelt 1to its work an
f play as best it could, or else stay •
T'h I'result was that tho1lsands ,
i early risers did mlaniy mliles m11o
walking for several days than the
14had over previously undertaken ft
a lenghtly period. hluge drays we
e titted iup with seats or benches al
rich lanld )poor crowded in, good na
s uredly, while the drlayman reaped
;s harvest beyond Iis fondest hope
o ('hairs or laddler; were carried on a
i these "busses" so that womellnll pas
engers coult go aboard or aligt
The only lthing that seemed to wo
ry Germany at all in the recee
strikes was the fact that the railrol
troubles threatened for a time to 1
sufficiently serious as to hamper ba1
ly tile transportation of food ar
coal. This would have been decide
ly serious, for Berlin and, in fat
other German cities are literally li
ing from hand to mnouth, both as r
- gards coal and food. A few da:
5 complete tieulp of the railways won
- mean star'ation.
I LOSES M'l'H GOOD) LIQUOR.
1 Dr. II. A. Maillet is among the ha
est victims of whiskey thieves, so0
thirsty burglars having backed 1
ia truck at his home. 907 West Pc
phry street, on Tuesday night at
made away with 26 cases of lililu
E. D. Williams, Mike Flatung, Ico
ert Ilanrntel and Peter Si~1ith we
arrested yesterday afternoon by U
de'rsheriff Whalen and Chief Depu
O'('Connor onl suspicion of havi
been connected with the crime.
HSUlIVMAN It'C'NEl.IL, SU'NID1
l he funeral of Joseph John Sul
van, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Sul
\un, (;8 Utah avenue, who tdi
yesltrday following an illness of
w'EElk, will be held tomorrow aftl
noon at the chap(el of Duggai
undertalking parlors. Interment \w
he o1111141 in Holy Ctross cmellltery.
INSANE' MAN W\iliAI(tS IIAV(
AiulIs lhdelrkin, arrested Mond
near Timber Butte on suspicion
beilng illnsanell, 11hs crloeated havoc
1he' counlllty jail. WVhile his contil:
cries(5 11(1 and shel'ls have drivlen
O(lther prisoneors .to deslperation, BE
11(kin also has virtually wrecked I
N. interior of the padded cell in whi
he was pilaced.
1)4' YIAHI T SA'ING UiI' A(GAIl
WI Washinglton, Aug. 2.--By ai v
41 I1 to 12, the sen5' t1e(' has )passed a
s 4sent to ithe pIresidclnt thlie seta1II
I- ou1111 bill, epl, aliing t110 dlayligl
o saving mI1easure.
In 'RENCH L rllTIY rTHFEATY.
(Special Unit(jd l'ress Wire.)
Paris, Aug. 2.----The peace cot
mitt(e of the chamuber of depu(li
ii l'(1recommendel d ratilicatlion of the (hk
titan peace tI'oaty yesterda y 1 a yv
I of 34 to 1.
is atrick l i .o\'e will not be 1
ýp 11on:ibl for any bills unlllles ith
aire contr'adtct d by hilmsilf.
u 818 Ellmpire s'tre
SJ u ly :1 . ! !19 . A u
Phone 52 If You Want 1
Rent That Furnished Houw
A BLOW OUT
He: Let's go for a little blow ou
She: That's what always happel
when we go out in your car.
Bullet1n want AWtS .u elt who sent rIwe.rs j unit u W ian aiu± rue
Result. Phone 52. IR. ~and "i1. uLoLIAM J Result. Phone 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
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Real Economy in Motor Oil
t De carefl to choose the motor o:l that contains the least sediment. Sediment
is caused by th:e heat of your cnine breaking down the lubricating oil. To
a- avoid sediment use a lubricant t::at ressts heat.
re Veedol is made by the Faulkner Process, a new discovery that gives remark
ly able heat and wear resisting qualitics. It reduces sediment 80%.
Veedol costs a little more than t'ie avcrae; lubricant, but five gallons will run
from 2,000 to 5,000 miles. Can you a,2ord to use anything cheaper?
it O ne gallon.............. .................... .............. $1.40
t- Five gallons, e- al l. ..... .............. ........-- ....-- ........$125
at VEEDOL IN BULK
of Bring your ca11 , per ga1 llll .....................................$1.10
Palll S 22 ls
litj ,, S
be'i' The Hore of Good Hardware
Mechanics' Fine Tools, Pa ints,
°t Window Glass, Plumbing and
Phone 956 221 East Park St,
WASI IBLIOD OFF
y YANKMS WITH IO
New 'ork, A1ug. 2..--1tesin
bility for mistreatment of Alteric
Fioldiers at prison farm No. 2, n(
i Paris, w\:s placed upon Col. E.
Grimnstead of the 158th infantry,
a day by Colonel Donaldson, ilnspec
general, and Lieut. F. ii. Snmi
testifying before a congreasiol
Smith, who was convicted
cruelty to soldiers, said Gr'imall lt
kneow of colllnditions at. 1hI fat
S)onialdson lestific·l it had r'co
of metided thal trimnsteattl be crii
a it iartialed, bui t tino acltion wai tlak
a GrilSteaad, whiot is Ifrolim Pliooer
be Ariz., has bloin honortily t
11 Sergt. Clarence l elii. also c,
ich victed of cruelty, adtitited he i
beaten "ibetween 50 and 100" '
diers, undert' orders from Sini
Frequently. he said, ai hose, was iu
'ti to wash tlihe blood frol the imen.
RESIGNATION OF TAUSSII
A- CCEPTED BY PRESIDEI
e Washingon Aug2. -- Presid
\V'ilson i" p h.tc dlt d tli' resignal
!,rf P. W. 'T'aussig, chairman of
United Stalles tariiff cotlmissi
which becomeltl's tff. c lively ilI ,imc
aitoly. The irsitination has been
ir- the hands of the plresident since 1i
iey i 24, havinig ieenu subouiitt'td wl
TaIussig ;tw.s in ia';lis w itlh the An
icar l lpeace co'tinissiotll
t. ITAI. 1IIII 'U/i:'T ZOi ES.'
lv Par'king of ciars wilh ngiln.l r
nfling and lltl elriion o:, car;' \
t ii uffllrs toplle within "qtuit SZol
around lf al ho pita;tl is !prtitio
tunder order,, nild ' y. rdty
Mayor Sloditden. Signl; have Ib
placed at iintsi near all the 1h
pitals wvllrning motorists to obsa
the nleessity for quiet,. ffend
will be pr' sýcnutý d.
IlhITE'I1SS 1 I, >'i Titi]".
;r . i .1t. ,tirasbiu'ger, wife
City ile il iner Strasburger, has
turne'd o i ;allt'r an extended a
trip to 1the il'ic coast. On the
. urn t ri ires. Stlrasburger
u'id toh hotdon her car e.tei
of lthe fre ( fires and colp!lete
('.11 11 " 'OFi' THANKS.
t? We thank all kind friends a
na relationls for their i kindness .:
sympathy 1llt t:-lho\ll us through
death of ot:r darling little dlau
tor. (Gt"ro' 'ltrio .lobIt s. also th
T IN T EI, lºUtLI.1 TlN.
i- WRATH AT
a Arbitrary and Unnecessa
Increases in Bread Prig
OL Excite Women of But
Must Be Remedied.
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S C'onsider iable wlrath h1asl been
ix, ated alll ng houscwives of the
Iis- through the arbitrary action of
baking gombine in raising the ip
of bread yesterday. The bakers
Screased the wholesale price on po
loaves from 8 cents to 10 ce
whereupon the retail price of
iti. loaves imnimediately jumped from
sod cents to 15 cents or two for a q
tlr. Retail prices for the ordil
15-cent size loaves have advancec
The action of the bakers has 1
anticipated for the last few mon
N Whenl the journeymen ba]
threatened to strike unless be
a orking conditions were granted,
llaster bakers offered as a coni
mise an agreelent to increase
ent basic scale paid bakers here to
ion figures the bakers were actually
the ceiving. It was charged at
lonl, time in a l1iuletin editorial that
di- collimpomnlise offer of the balkers
ill in order to obtain an excuse to r
day the price of bread on the ground
bile "a wage increase." The Buller
10r- expose at that time effectually
vented the raise in the price of br
Since the recent orgy of profit
ing and continually advancing pr
'un- however, the Imaster bakers are
rith lieved to have decided to get in w
e's" the getting is good and yester
ited ignoring their declared intentioi
by first sIubmitting a schedule of c
een to the trade and efficiency be
1on- increasing bread prices, raised t
re p1rices arbitrarily, and, it is char
It is anticipated that somle ac
will be taken Iby the women's
ganizations of the city lool
of toward a movement to have
re- housewives quit patronizing I
bakeries until the price is drop
lr and do their own baking instead
her The first semester of the Si
Bow Law school will open on S
S, 1919. It will be to your ad
tage to register on or before
the I Roomn 294, Silver Bow Block
Joseph John Sullivan, 5-year
son of Mr. and Mrs. John Sulli
638 I tah avenue, died Friday at
home of his parents. He is surv
by his parents, and one brot
Neil, three years old; also
aunts. Mrs. John Fox, Mrs. Pe
Powers, Mrs. Janmes Ryan of BT
and Miss Catherinle Sullivan of
F ranisco. The Iuneral will
place Sunday afternoon rom
Burial will be in Holy Cross c(
$100 reward will be paid to
one proving we do not put in
host main spring for $1. Mayer
North Main street.-Adv.
Forest rangers in the Deer Li
national forest hlave encounter,
new enemy in tlhe lightning of
last two days, th'ee fresh outbr
of fire due to lightning have
reported. A force of men u
Ranger J. W. Steele fought a 1
in Brown's Gulch Thursday i
before midnight had it under
trol. Small fires were rept
from Elk Park, D)empsey Creek
"This so-called near beer is
cause of a lot of staggering,"
Judge Grimes in the city police <
Friday when a man giving his r
as John Doe appeared on a cl
of drunkenness. lie had beer
rested by Officer James Larkin,
testified he saw him staggerin
the street. The man was dism
when the judge rlemarked he die
seem to be a habitual drinker.
Dr. C. M. Eddy, dentist, 204
Pennsylvania block. Phone 403
Ronald Grant has filed a v
tary petition in bankruptcy in
federal court. He lists total li
ties of $616.20 and assets of i
of which household furniture v:
at $231 is claimed to come w
the exemption clauses, leaving
asset of $23 duo in wages fron
Butte. & Supericdr Mining comi
Mrs. Emma K. Sines, sister of
_ David Jones of Melrose, died re
ly at Tucson, Ar z., at the age •
years, according to infornmatio:
coived here Friday. She w
daughter of Mrs. William J. E
a pioneer of the Deer Lodge v
She was marridd in Anacona
years ago to Chhrles W. Sines
Washington Market. Ground
7 pounds for 25c.-Adv.
Jacob Trimp appeared b
Judge Grimes i;l the city I
court Friday afternoon on a ci
of vagrancy. "' had a job of
fighting to go today," he sai
he exhibited his calloused hon
ary the judge. "Ge to it," said
court, as he dismissed the case
.tte. A driver of a delivery rig fo
Columbiia Flora; company wa
raigned in the city police courl
day on a charge of excessive dr
crc- Palrolnan Gilbert testified he
city driving 20 to 25 miles an hour
the was fined $10.
l>rice --- ----
in- 1. W. W., ATTINTION!
ound Frank Little memorial sei
ants, will be held at the grave in 2
the tain View cemetery Sunday
n 10 noon, Aug. 3. There will be a
luar- ing at Finlandei" hall at 12:3(
nary the crowd will proceed from
'd to to the cemetery: Services a
grave at 3:00 q'clock. Propal
beeni mass meeting at Finlander Ih
nths. the evening at 8:00 o'clock
ikers lovers of liberty are asked t
otter off that day if they can and a
, the these meetings.
pro- JOHN WILLIAMS,
the Adv. I. .I WV. I. U. No. 8
the I. V
y re- _ . ...-_.
-hat Use Bulletin Want ads. They gel1 PHONE 10-48-J.
the n.1ults. l
n's DOES YOUR LITTLE ONE
pre- look the picture of health? One
sad of the greatest factors in the
er-, health of a child is milk that has
e- been properly and scientifically
hile pasteurized. Our milk is heated
aILY, to the proper degree to insure the
Sof death of the harmful bacteria, but
ore I not so hot as to destroy its flavor.
Lion The Crystal Creamery
or- 439 E. Park St. Phone 181
all SAY YOU SAWi IT N TIlE BULLETIN
IvueE.uEEEE ..E---..-E..E- EE-E EE-EE-E.E- -.E-
SCreamrnery Cafe i
iIS NOW OPEN i
W\Ve' have just completed nmaklig alter
lite 1 quicker andit better service at iumoder
McCaIbe and McClelland i
S THE ORIGINAL PROPRIETORS OF
FThe Creamery Cafe
19 W. BROADWAY. i
i *1*h i .ms.mimsmm, mummsasli
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-old Sh iners
th the Big
e Furniture Store
Pounds of Ice
any- With Any
(lge You Buy
bel S. & H. Green Trading Stamps
ndei with all cash purchases
aight and first payment on time
con- purchases. Shiners, the
irted only furniture store that
and gives stamps with pur
sid Liberty Bonds
ae taken at par. in exchange
Large for merchandise.
FOR LESS ON
5-a EASIEST OF TERMS
olun- SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
net Your photo makes an ideal gift.
ithe It is one thing your friends
any cannot buy. We have many
styles to offer. Have your sit
Mrs. tings now.
cet- Thomsons' Park Studio
a ic- John Lumme, Mgr.
vans, 217 East Park Street.
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who care for correct style and
efore perfect fitting, get their suits
)olice made by
arge ZAHL LADIES' TAILOR
S504 W. Park St.
ds to SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN,
Ladies' and Gents' Suits Made to
r the Order Here in the Shop.
'vaS Journeyman Tailor. Union Shop.
He 431% S. Arizona. Phone 8552-W.
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aftre THOMAS E. JOYCE
meet- PIANO TUNER ANI) REPAIRER
there Headquarters, Hunt Piano Co.
t tnd Phone 2870-W.
All SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
o lay ,
ttnd THE FAMOUS CAFE
0c. 1241/2 E. Park St.
First-Class Meals at Reason
able prices. Open Day and