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I I I III I
WOMAN IS DECLARED
(Continued fromn Page One.)
live, indeed, at the hearing, but hi:
talents. apparently. were in the emhi
piloy of h\lr. George De Snell, self th
confessed but repudiated husband t o
,,stelle D) Snll. F'or it was Georg' ca
I)e Snell wh1o biought the charges o;
ithsatity against his wife, and A.
torney Ia;rry K. Jones handled thl
n itn,.ses wiho iwere suninioned t \11i
support the charges. It was whoe, if
n.;ked by Judge l ynclh ii' oneo w:
repr'esented hler, that Mrs. )De Snel i
('lllmph iially ldeclared that he dlic t
not. When in jalil she had tried t( In
ha e Chief Murpi'thy. she said, sum he
non Jones to her pr'esence so tha Ii
lie inight (1employ hinl. And Joe: it
had ,liot shown iit. She had trieo hr
to get I)e Snell and Jones to fix il set
hondl for her, aind they had n11o t
dotne so. Ilence. she was thiioug1 h
with Jones. lHe was not her attor
iney ant never couldl ibeh . In resent a
miient at his nieglect, she had restet \li
her ease with G(d,. and neither At it
itorney Jonlls nor Jutlge Lynch liet ., n
bother iliohmselves about it. It wa ii
i.uti of their hands. 25
Hlowever. the judge and the doc
fots ,vent right along with thel hon;lt
ilig. Quite unmindful of lihe i:, lii
terical ou(tbursts of M3rs. l) Snell 1ll
ihe officials listened Ipaltiently o thl \l
evidence: ol'ffered 1by HRalph Y. Foltz
i ntphew of ir's. De Snell; lby Mr: hr
Foltz, his wile; by George D Snell
allegd but lrepudiated husbanlld ( a
.\i'r. le Sn" ell: by his brother. l). E wi
lie Sell; by lr. John G(annoni wilt hi
rontli2d at lthe Ito Snell hlitie froit
April t( August of 1917. by 31altro D
Ma'ry lioyle of Ithe city jail al1 M1r: i
T. I.() l.ourlke, miatron of ithei couln h
1y jail; by .Joe W illiams, finger prin 1 i
< xpert of 11he police departmtett an i1
Chief of Police Jer( MJuritrhy nti it
1O1 Ithis tlaxy olf Wiilnc/rs,'s. iht.
relalti'es --the Foltzes and 1the ta
Swll .' --were l :itive that Estell
\\ts der'ange.d, th;t he ht1ila bIteen of
in liir hiiad forlt 201 years or i tlort
S;hile all lth otlhers exlpressed lh
o inilon thal;t E.slile was not infsane
1'is.e tio .ill (ioinsg On.
Notwithstandling lher hyslertica
cionditioni Mrs. .e Snuell sontied til i
inllow' withoult effort all that. oct
i/i i is lt i-ott lirari it. Iertl. ten outl . i
hlrsts she would interrupt. tho pro
. ut dings with ivery pointel reilnarkV
Shich se-ti:.d to show that the lady' n
h, rit g and intelligenc'e were botl
,n thii , .iotb.
Imntediately aftcr Gleorge Di A
nIll, h lr s h tusband, ]lal testificl i n
Ihat h lt itnehmory wV;s ,o failty the e
ii pri tiioilly didn't exist, that sh t
iu i c l. l t i(,u l'remet ber the ctonl
tio e:ti thlinigs tIhat halutpened, , tudg
I ynl h asked alr. D1) Sneill if thei
dotmestic life had been l p. y, if the,
S;ld \ever had an lfights.l "Onl
once. Judtlge " rleplied lt'e Snell, on in
i t lii'he si t lihire a nift al !i.t
"It was a fork." E' it,'llo chokel lI
iff ;t scre. ill i i'order t oi butt i
lt Snel'l Sitecond Mliat.
Mri . 1 )i o i' n ll s id l hat, hein it I (1'
teat'll ts seot'ult hulsband hav-ini -
marrii hl in .August, 18t 3. anl
hat hi , tholght sie was hot liot
itears oldi. H it' said that b had cinll
lidir d rliei iinsane for 2t1 yailrs, bu
'tll .n e . Sihe hadtI folr vI u' I !eel
in th,, liab it of traveling abotli Ihn
' .country it lt 1 l o" , l\n s eet will, r(
-' ; rd "s of li wish0 (s, lh, had oltlhe
ts , lke i( her not to take those trips
bult hald elver tried r t prevent 1ie;
"itth! ..ow could h ? " sneer1 (
I .dlh, "lVhat au:llrity c'dh h(
at , u ed pfoint Iflnk by Judgtl e Lyrc
\,who tor lu ,"baund \\tnwas, .he litdlelt '
co' r full y to aI'rld e Snell nn'I
cried: "I ti thi kt Ih e is. t ilit h "
:;ii'1. Il tte r Wlas. .\And tLe u e.
U nt'nitld il l l low', in(1 IoG llt ile a 'd
Iito I Iiterliw h .
lUo'ri.e 1), Sinell said that he hal iv
iread in tille Iew.' apers ab ut Eil E ti
I leh', : ta 'rriatge ill l.t .\ltgeles etigh
r llin, ye 1f8 ag.-1 Ii i O itwltI y Iiat
ied M tyers. W \\hat Ihte r.tad,. how it
ti-er, was all Ile l w aboult it. l1 it
aiid tletiilmit d it)o qutstiot hIis wilt a
about it ti tr she had returil t er
ltli e, biut s5nl1l desisted becliause la
found hier relnetantt to talk. hie, o,
Ialtur.., had i sc'ttily - tilread of thel al
legted ntrii alia~e i1n Portland i to hth
Italian, Anihtonvy )oletki ---aid tihat
vas alil it kneow about that, (too. ll t
tad i tot Ibeen ill the habit. of going
i insist'tl ion going ol'ti ttrit s he justt
tirew\ hter a little check- $200, $301
t <" $5oi-. mlld bade her "'God-speld.'
i hli ti.hoght Sh' was insane, bult 1aIbh
to t it careit h r ,'self. .\ d. iy
Slway, dho \ i- llt it ood ideatl of het
owno money i; selling corsets ol
I training her to th e l t l his bed
td itoard l a t i re ntit' et intervals ani I
1.: Ihe lin, litiew where she li-lIw. antdi
ite dclrtly hisl ile r liete on r ii d i it
it TriedS t lt dress Oncer bo
tiinorge De Sell,. his brother, and
s ionld s laid otold ioflln attempt o
Mrsorae ionell to be mdit uicidt the
lowing the l . iiewpaper expose of the
elri. lers. She s-ig beemed to ltl ivery ll
dltoitden t at this time., she tirnedt
th. e onell, her brother-in-law oo andi
laie d tloared i ier intention to end it
jellt. She eno gad explicit dire u c
tions as to What dress her body
should be laid out in and what
decorations should be made at the
funer D, arranging all the dF t ailtold
Oevn lown to naming the pallbear
ers. Then, hating been foiled in an
attempt to take poison, she turned
the gas on ill the dining roots and
laid down with her mouth over the
jet. When found she was uncon
D. E De Snell and the Foltzs told
of several other erratic actions and
habits of Mrs. De Snell which had
nonvinced them long ago that she
v' as :uentaly unbalanced.
O()ff'icials ,Thought Hler Sine.
The matrons of hot l the city and
the' county jails said that, whilte Es
.tlle lie Snell alppeared highly temn
lernill!al and at times hysterial,.
ihe acled much theo sane as the
::-vrago wolmen who tell into their
care. They thouight shel was sane.
Claimed De Snell ('lnfaithful.
Chief Jre Mrplhy testified tlli.t
\Irs. l.e Snetll hadtl t\iliceid jealousy
tof It Snell, had compllained that he
ai.s iunfaithful o herl---etven meiln
Oiii-nin to Mllurphy tle namln of tlmh
3uttl woiman with wihonim MI ri. De
niell claimited hit r hushand was miis
iehavinlg. T'his, of course, the. goodl
hbie was W not at liberty to disclose.
it mlu o retnlitn forever locked in Ihis
breast- -already thie repository of
secrets awhich would shake the
Loundlations of littelt! society. w\\re
.he chief ever inldlucted to looroet up.
Officer Joe Williams, who. witli
.'apitit Mlike O'Dlonnell, arrested I
Mrs. tDe Snell last Moondlay eveningl
it her l1omlie oni Soutlh Excelsior av
':ne upon two warrant;ls fl'Oln Pol'
lid, Oire.. toltl of Mrs. DIe Snll's
.cotionll at the tinime. She acted in
s;la' manner. he said. When hi,
ta li the warrants to her, one of
themt) (harging lareoenly oIf ai Wat(' (illon
.larch 6, and the ottlher Iigally lon
\larch 4, she had siiiiply declar'ed:
"l'llerl limust bte a mlistlke, 1 don't
kno\v anything Iablout it."
Although occasionally excited, she
hlad acitel thlrollgholul his inltelcoturll
with lier like a s;ail, \womlian andt hIe
tlhought her Fane.
)Dr. Mlurray, who "l;has klnownli tM) r.
De Solell all hr life," according It
hier o\\wn statemlllent, testilied lthal h1
had lttendted her pIrofes!;sionally at
he timce sit had attempted sui'ide
lld ,it otlhetr tiies. 1It, considered
Nat Stuck oln WIarini Springs.
1\'hen M.lrs. t)t HSelll wasa asked to
take tile stand herself bly .ludlge
Lynch, slit retfullsed conteit(llltuIttsly.
\nld .Shen l;tiskd by thll judge if slihe
,avnt d to go to the insane asylum,
1le answr'l'd ironically: ' "Now, that
would be a nice i phte111 to Igo, wouldn'tl
t. I have been lihoodooed and hani
)oozled enoughll. I want to get oul
f here. tha lilt's wchllt I wllant. I told
,'Oui ou needn'tl . )otlher yourselv'es
ibout imy case."
\\"hln Deputy county A 1 orne,
Nick Ioteriiug. who ',as rlpresent-l
1ng the interests of the Portlalnd of
icial: , a;sk'ed Mrs. Di)( Snell if slit'
uidn'1 been in\vol\ved witlh the Los:
Angel t itani, Mlyers. ill a $ (100,ll 00
law1suit, she bst,:t into shrill eon
e'ptlluol( us laughlllr anlld 1 ldeniied it itn
his \\ay: "If you canI prove tliat,
i'll acknowledge thliat I amt crlazy."
Aflter the in:anlity hIo:lrd had re
ired to tile judge's chambllers for de
liberation. Mrs. 1)o nell fainted,.
lil q'iickly reclovoerr l . Shl wals so nll
fltr clarried frol the root 1()111 i i,
:aklen hack to the county jail by
I.Deputy Sher'ilffs Joe CIhrist and1 Stl
ivln, att'nde(d by h(11 matron, Mr11s.
I1. J. O'Itourke'.
Will IL' Taken Kick lt Iortlan:id.
II. is siated by the ofl'ice'r th1(li i
ldeplly flo 'i trll ltl is oil his wlay
to utlte with requisition papers and
take ..lrs. lie 1Sn)ell back wilh hiin.
She t will hale to fae theill clharge of
bigaiti preferred by the Ilailia.n
whom shei is said to have lricked
ait) ialrriage through the agent'y of
I all hititlonial lpaper. It is c'laimedll
1lso that slit, tarried only long
to gi.lt. po0ssession 1of lis waItlh antll
considlrildh, other vouallh--and then
teal ii tllo l utte to the lhoi of htr
(Continued froim 1aage One.)
ldustrialt fI ln. Ii nlet one il( llow
,vallier hei're who tried lo titant tI'
noi)\'le llnt and got ::5 weeks in prig -
II. ilThere is a 'good liv', iiloveti ent l
'or lbh I. W. W. in Englaind mid
;cotlatll. I receive d soitie leaI [lets
when I attellp d to diistr'ilbit, the l
it a .;t reelt ii e'tilg.I the dicks were a
right on my heels. liThei rvotlulion
.tIIry Irish sotialit iparty hlert, is tmade
tp of a very itillig.'elnt group of m11i in
i tid Itley se to lll ii very s illcert
;ibout 'the we(,lfa: ic'of tile, \\'orkerl s!"
SEVEN DEATHS RESULT
(Continued Ir' ul Page One.)
wo l Id e 0 i lO l (I o t l it sylll l elc1i.
The liposihility of a strike of ca
o1n., teleiphone anid electrital (vrlne
es and indul st rial employes Wal wi'ri
oiis. \What gai l the anholl riis c he,
gre'atest (luse fori ll anxiety. I ll ,'
was thlie danger i't' I ha I fi'oI i
mightl join in the llovei entl . ii it a,
recognized thal thils wouldlh a plact,
city itn tli grai'st peril. . l 1a ; "
hope ll as stoon i iiiI oe delariaioni I.f
the presidentil of Ih 'i fir ,n's union 1
that li'e wtiiolld nol take h l ' reslpoltl
sibility for a strike iunless author'izedb
hy tie Almeritualn l"u'idrationt of la
telegaties representing ill thii'
I lade uniO lli v ld Oi l theo ir' ll' 'it I
' strike question last night at ilio
ml eting of iithe i entral lt abor ulll iOs
hut tLe result of tlhe i lte i as not, l
eenti tmade public. T'he miiatter ofi
tilling a general strike. if voted, re
mnail,- in the hanllds of the ,,xeuitit e
olu mittee of thle central labor
'i t officials antitd the striking
l'Olieenll alre apiparently ino nearerl
to an agr'eeiient thlau whe.' t.l (.e
strike started. The leaders of the
I policemen reilerate they will holdh
out for reeognition of their union.
Boston. Sept. 12.-- Atntoutncemnt
that lthe electr'ical worikers had in
,tructed their delegate to the C'etral
Labor union to declare in favor of it
strike in sympathiy with the police
Swats made iat it meteting yesterday.
('h icaigo.--Jewelry Workers' lult
iont No. 4 presented a wage increalse
of 3h3 1-3 per cent to their employers,
d and then prepared for ta possible
d struggle. The emtployors fooled 't1l
d by granting the request.
18 W. PARK ST. PHONE 379
Saturday Meat Saturday Grocery
BEEF--- Naraya tea, 2 Ib. for $1.10
Prime rib roast, rolled, BUTTER
per Ib.......... . 3C0 Blue Ribbon creamery,
Prime rib roasts, stand- Superior creamery and
ing," per lb. - 25c Clover Bloom creamery,
Pot roasts, per lb. 12 12c per lb ................. . ----- 60c
and .------------- 15c Blanchard, Maid o' Clover
Boiling beef, per lb. _8c per Ib . -..... ..-........ .65c
Sirloin steaks, per lb. 300 TOMATOES
Ripe and fancy, Ib. _.20c;
Per box .............. $1.35
MILK VEAL- Firm green tomatoes, per
Shoulder veal roast, per Ib. 20; per box ....$1.25
oulder veal steak, per Italian prunes, per lb. 20c
IbShoulder veal stea................. 25 Per box ...---------........ $2.00
Veal stew, Ib............ 15c Wealthy apples, per box
only ..................-... $2.25
PORK- Hebe milk, tall cans, 2
Shoulder Pork roast, per for .............. 25c
Ib ............................ 33. Fresh eggs, per doz. 55c
Pork chops, per lb. 40c
Pork sausage, per lb. 20c aIt J. B. coffee, 3-lb. tins
Sp at ....-.........-...-......... $1.65
Pork steak, per lb. .35c
Strained honey, 5-lb. tins
at ...-......-..... ..... $1.75
'Fore quarters, per lb. 15c Pure jams, 5-lb. tins at
Leg of mutton, Ib. ..-25c only ----- .- --_$1.50
Mutton chops, Ib. 25c Lettuce, Spinach, Green
Mutton stew, per lb. .8c Oni0 n o n s Radishes, Cu
POULTRY- Grapes, Peaches, Pears,
Bananas, Oranges, Wa
Fancy, fresh - killed hens termelons.
and springs, ducks, and SOUTH SIDE DELIVERY
turkeys. SATURDAY AT 2 P. M.
UL I llHivi llR I 1
President Kelley of A. C. ~.
Refuses to Consider Wage
Scale. Men on Strike Will
lThe ti'iolllltl liiontll ill ryV oil the
Metal Trades strike to Ithe biller ('1ld,
was ellllxpressed by Imtellbhers of 1the
striking Metal Trahdes, following the.
conclusiol of an it unsuccessfull con
flrl'encti hietwelen the cnntrhi strike
comm1>ili., e L t(d I'l'Presidnll t ('on F.1
Kelley of tihle Alncondalll Copper Miin
ing 1 omipany yesterday aflernoon.
At tlhe' collnfel'rence, tir. Kelley ex
presseld tIhe decisionll of Ilthe colpany
for no further comnpromtiSes and the
i'ceprlesenltiltives ofi' Ihle strillers w'ere
equally ideterl'l nelll d ithat 1unless the
Colulplly conceded 110c menll'S de
coic t ni t
At tihe beginninig of yestarday's
,i1s ' ,1 1 I, Ii 'l. Kelley called buDonl
' f.0i:itý ll O" Ill'ti e of the( Metali
T'1d111 iis 1t makel ailly (colll t'l Iprolos
Sals which had bMen pretpared by the
striker:<. \ir. ()'|i'iel stated dtuh
il mi ted hI y tiiihe t . piii y wi'i1r liaccept
1able wilh the el x-.ptionl of the wage
-scale. de iring that the cafts in
sist loe isil i' 1 1agt. 1 stale of $7 per
t lay,il in iied of ll Ilit $ l1.5 a :. S proposed.
h'r Kelh.yi inuedi ate ( l y i l .n Itun ld
hat itthe , o tlltpi ly would r lfuse to
furt'hter consider the wage scale pro-!
(t)l 1s1 a It.a
When a' od by \1r. O'Brihn if the
none i ';:o, ! ssible. and asserted tihat
every conc'!1sion ui had Ilon made by
the eomlpanly Ihat would v he made.
I . n \ r ;t 'orIn . Great Falls an Id Aaia
i!rd:l, ': C, JOi d b ly the centraill
un"!l t oday showed that
,cofar as the strikers was
, ," t ,1 e had not changed.
,.ol'. t ! iou. s persons who were
the company's plants
A rjlultl froml1 Anaconda was aS
'"Th1 follow\ing len are reported
' c: lheing employed on work at Ana
<nidn ft'or;mrly d.one and belonging
to the s>rhini:g 'raftstetel:
"T. \'t. iHa'e.S, Jl ot St. Germain.
I..c Lk and Lewis suahbing at the..
El I power hoiar; Carl Jordan, SOn-in
Big Remodeling Sale
You Can Save From $10 to $15
(On an uncalled for tailor-maIle suit or on a MADE TO
Y It \ MEASUfIi': snit. \\e hae nalw. i made a big cut
Sall of our gents' funishinfgs. E\velrything goes.
The Fashion Tailoring Co.
M. MORRIS. 47 WEST PARK ST.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN TIIE BULLETIN.
law orf (istrict Iudlge Winston. Scab
)hiig oil thl electricians iat the sub
,tation. Tor'geson, 720 \\'Vst l"fifth. -
"atd 1". If. AMiller. formerly chief
chintlltist, scabhbing iln 1he engilnelrs;
Alike Hunt scabbing on the machin- l
;is . at the Oliver filters. C'. J. Strak
el oil the tluacksiiths, Watson Hiout
phllrey anld IRoltf aiiso sc.lttbig 11n
the hi!l. 'Seal' liumnpihrey being aI
r,, 'ntly discthargedt captain of the
,'t was reported that the A. C. AI.
. illun suleOrintendents and .ore- I
:;','l W''ere approaching striking mle
i, iankics and trying to get themn to go
:t W\orlk and sign indivilal contracts
by this linenls thiining they can
c('iiL:;e at break ill the rankls.
H[ARS PRESIDENT SPEAK
Countty Altorlney Josetithll Jactksotn
says that it was a rough, tough
)llll(nch that crowded abhout tlith Mla'
low theater last night in 1eelena,
trying to hear Pres-ident \Vilson.
''There Werelt nl;tny thousallnds on thl.
outsiide. Ile Iinlself was luc.1.ky.
After standing in wait for an hour',
he Ill lllaged to be onet of t he hunch
thati 'owded in.
I0 the nialeie. ,itrs. Jackson., wholn
1(r1t Illlsband describes s being "no
iggter than ll a . t iltillte'," WaS IOlit
10111 tihe protectliod of her 'escorl
bIllu neI!ertheless, llmade good head
way tunder her own\ steamlt--not only
making the gate, but actually secur
ing a good seat on ithe grloundl floor.
while the county attorney or Silver
How lwas obliged to content himiself
with standing room in the gallery.
TWO BATTLESHIPS ON
WAY TO JOIN FLEET
(S'Special 'United Pres \ Wire.)
Victoria, 1I. C., Sept. 1 2.---The
I;nited States battleships New
Ilexico anld the Arkansas crossed
the' Si't!ils of .iJuan lie Fuca this
nmorninlg on0 their way to join the re
a:;indiler of the fltet enltering Puget
('AI'GII'I' ItOlilING STORE.
A 10-year-oldl oy was calltured
la:st night by Mlerchant Policemian
Carlson as lie was etnlergig frolll the
rear of the \Woolworth store with his
,ipckets filled with cheap loot. When
:questioned at the police station the
lad admnitted lie had enered Ithe store
on! Iprevious occasions and implicated
t hree other youngsters.
A postponement until next Wed
nesday was announced by Judge
Dwyer in the damage suit of Mike
Burzan against Philip Prlja. The
suit grew out of injuries received in
an arrest made by Prija while hp
Swas a member of the police force.
Burzan asks $35,000 damages.
The entire day in Judge Dwyer's
court was given over to the trial of
the case of Allan Jordan against
John E. fHample and wife. Jordan is
suing for $25,000 damages for al
leged false arrest.
Go to Woody-Doull Drug company
for all your drugs. Remember
Woodruff's Headache Special and
Homemade Liver Pills, 29 South
A complaint for divorce from Mary
E. Reed was filed yesterday after
noon by Ernest H. Reed. Desertion
is charged. The couple were mar
ried in England in 1908.
$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. J. E. Morris, Mr. and
Mrs. Maud Morris and Mrs. E. W.
Peck, all of Great Falls, motored
over to Butte yesterday.
Professor and Mrs. Theodore Sim
ons returned from Portland last
night, where they have been spend
ing the summer.
Dr. Frank Williams has re-opened
his office at 211 Daly Bank Build
ing. Telephones, office, 1734, resi
Mrs. T. Il. Mannix of Deer Lodge
and Mrs. John Hall of iHclmville are
visiting friends in this city.
Mrs. J. J. McDonald and Louise
McDonald of Philipsburg are shop
ping in this city.
Nona Vanderoort and Ernestine
Iose of Salmon are the guests of
1'. J. Jones and G. M1. Kerwin of
rCeat Falls are spending a few days
in this city.
John Quinn of Pocatello, Idaho, is
spending a few days with friends in
Dr. C. M. Eddy, dentist, 204-205
Pennsylvania block. Phone 403.-W
T. l1. McEliwain of Twin Bridges
arrived in Butte yesterday for a short
It. P. Heineman of Hamilton is
looking after business matters in
Born, Sept. 11, to Mr. and Mrs. A.
Dechance, 2614 Edwards street, a
Mrs. Peter J.ohnlson of Deer. Lodge
is enjoying a shopping tour in Butte.
Edni T. )unkle of Deer Lodge is
the guest of Butte friends this week.
O. M. Paulson of Helena is inak
ing a brief business visit in this city.
\'. A. Dodge of Great Falls is
spending a few days in this city.
C. W. Stalling of Bannack .is niak
ing a brief business visit here.
W. V. Wellman of Helena is malk
ing a brief business visit here.
John G. Brown of Helena is niak
ing a brief business visit here.
Mr. and IMrs. J. A. Cowan of Basin
are visiting Butte friends.
Washlngton Market Ground bone
7 pounds for 25c.-Adv.
E. RI. -Mosher of Dillon is a busi
ness visitor in this city.
S. E. 'Morris of Pony is spending
a few dlays in this city.
S. A. 'Mendenhall of Pony is a
guest at a local hotel.
Will 1-1. Palmer of Missoula is a
Ibusiness visitor here.
i). V. Erwin of Dillon is a business
visitor inl this city.
ILLICIT STILL ON NORTH
MAIN STREET IS RAlDED
Special Officers Melia and Duggan
of the county attorney's "dry squad"
late this afternoon raided a place at
725 . North Mlain street and cap
tured a 40-gallon still, 19 gallons of
fermenting mash and other para
phernalia. At the hour of going to
press the officers had not ascertained
the owners of the property.
TROOPS SWEEP STREETS
WITH MACHINE GUNS
(Special United Press Wire.)
Copenhagen. Sept. 12.-Raid on
food shops in Glogan. Silesia, led to
the deaths of 10 persons and the
wounding of several others. it is re
ported here. The deaths were caused
when the troops were called to sup
press disorders and swept the streets
with machine guns.
IN BUTTE CHURCHES
First Church of Christ. Scientist,
Butte. Montana. announces a free
lecture on ('h'istian Science. by
John C. Luathrolp, C. S. B., of Brook
line, Mass., a mnember of the board of
lectureship of the mother church, the
First Church of Christ. Scientist of
Boston. -Mass., on Sunday afternoon.
Sept. 14. at the Broadway theater.
The public is invited.
formerly known ac the
German heater; made
in Quincy, III., for al
most a half a century.
Delivered to your home
on payment of $7.50
down, balance $5 a
A stove for all heating
or maybe in a few days,
you are going to buy an
Ideal Heater, tha.l con
verts 85 per cent of all
con Imbuslib)le ma terial in
coal into heat.
--Ihe most richly nick
el tr immed, the most
'showy and inassive, and
Iy 1fa' the most clalo
'rate and best heating
slove the world has
The Big Furniture Store
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508 WEST PARK ST.
Guaranteed spuds, $2 25
per cw tt.-...............
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73 E. PARK ST.
We make a specially of
Guaranteed for one year.
The only jewelry store in
Butte that gives Green
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314 North Main St.
Cigars, Tobaccos and
FINE LINE OF LUNCH GOODS
Soft Drinks and
Give me a call and you will
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Pianos, Player - Pianos,
Phonographs or anything
musical visit the
Howard Music Co.
Home of the Steinway and
genuine Pianola piano
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Office Hours: 9:30 to 11:30
1 to 5; 7 to 9
Dr. R. J. McNaul
420-421-422 Phoenix Building
With DR. HERMAN Phone 1742
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BULLETIN SOLD AT
Hannas Suhr, Prop.
101 South Main Street
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