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Home of Good Hardware.
Mechanics' Fine Tools.
Paints, Window Glass.
Plumbing and Electrical
Phone 956. 221 E. Park.
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GENUINE OLD TIME MALT
Still on Sale in Compliance with
FREE OF AICOHIOL
I)ark 14 oz. can for 6 gal bev
erage ................. --.$1 .25
Light 14 oz. can for 6 gal. bev
erage ......... ............... $$1.25
Dark 8 oz. can for 7 gal bev
Delivered prepaid with 5c
Unequalled preparations for
nmaking a sparkling, healthful
good old style drink at home.
Easy to make.
726 So. ,Montauna t. Butte
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Jacques Drug Co.
Phone 999. 1957 Harrison ..ve.
Night Bell for Prescriptions
Agency Webster's Home Remedies
Drugs, Chemicals, Toilet Articles,
Patent Medicines, Cigars
Eastman Kodaks and Supplies
Developing and Printing
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B The OLD RELIABLE r
CON LOWNEY. gi
:109 N. Main.
First-Class Wo ok.
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A Place for Ladies and Gentlemen
OPEN AT ALL HOURS.
19 WEST BROADWAY
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The Park Barber Shop
"BILL, THE BARBER"
86 E. Park St.
Six Chairs. Quick Service.
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FRED P. YOUNG
JIEWELEIR AND ENGRlAVER
All work guaranteed.
10 Years inl Butte.
104 PENNSYLVANIA BLOCK(I.
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ER , A :E A ,`,\VE EXt(P','.
TIONA L I(ARGAINS
1in the new line. Event if yon don'
need a new soil right 11ow, a
small deposit will reserve one of.
-those for you. (Come11 quick.
SE. ZAHLI, TAlOIOR, 504 W. Park
THOMAS E. JOYCE
PIANO TUNER AND REPAIRER
Headquarters, Hunt Piano Co.
816 East Park, Anaconda.
Pool, ice cream, soft drinks of all
kinds, good assortment of cigars,
cigarettes, tobacco and candy.
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DR. L. V. MORAN
Optometrist and Optician
Try my $5 glasses. Guaranteed
or money refunded.
Room 104 l'ennsylvlania Block.
Open 0 a. mi. to ( p. im. 7 to 8:30.
STALL NO. 13
Daily shliplments of Ihitler Root
products. Try our cooking ap.
ple.s-Transcendant Crabs and
WILLIAM IHUBEIR, Agents.
Maurice Eagaun, Prop.
(Continued from Page One.)
demned all who disagreed with him.
In addition to the fights over tlh
.public market matters, which
cropped up several times during the
course of the meeting, the session
was characterized by attempts bi
some of Stodden's supporters on tlhi
council to put over the awardingt of
the g:larhage contract without giving
Ihe council the opportunity to debate
the provisions of the specil f'ations;
a sullabble over the donating of $3i0
1to form'r Policeman Prlja to ;sist
hintm ': fighting a penitentiary son
lernie, ;:nil clhatrges by Alderlian Mc
Keonl hat gamlll)ling houtses were he
iig ::rnititled to operate ftll blast
in lthe city uniler protection of city
The first rift in an otlherwisce
l'ceful \evenintg ualne whten the
|.llowing petition from the (Con
IIItiers' league was presenteld It(nd
THE ('OIMMI( ICIATION.
To the Aldermien of the City of Bultte.
GOlentlemen:---The membhers of the
ButtIe (ConisItnit's" league (incor
pii'ratteid unler tilhe laws of the sta;l
of .Montann t numbering svernal
hundret d mi l liers i have, htlogethli.
with many wOmuiien flromli the differ
entl woInl's ilubs aind organlizations
oif thii ity, wot-rkled unceasingly for
thea hot I o years for it lpublic milr
ket. lBitionds were voled for this
market two years ago, butl111 inll
.laloney administration lpr'e.suie
was broulght to bear that did not ail
low Mayor Maloney ito butild the per
I lMariket Su ffiers.
The cily. as we ntdlersiand it,
should hlavc offered the Ibi i,-il fir
this tarlel t ifor sale Autg. 1, atl which
linme thei city was Iunlder its limit of
indebtedllnesis, utll the miayor 'lly of-
fered thee btonds for the public coti
fort stationl, antd nIow propos(Il es lto
take the money and build a imake
ntCh t stlation in the public lihrary;
which is alreatly overerowd\d. Also,
lhis cu fllort f l' stati on was i'promt ise.lI
for time c(Oier if tol(wn. anl1 d we shall
;Ibk you at il ;1lat- date to tuse youl'
infillen e ito sec tlilt a Sttation iS
el'e(tOd ori tlitedl- lhat will sirve thet
plublic as promiii sed. \'e only i tet-ll
lion this lfuat in pasing, to show
thllat tllose tindtils for the nmaLrket
shouild hiave been sold at Ihlie slllte
itllme and also that tie' ma'ket seems
to be suffering Ithe sante suit of in
efficient consideration as is pirot
isted for our comfortl station, htllh
ithe Iprliiit of'l thl e t1 firt,-ts pult foilrti
by tlihe tiiothe-rs of this city.
W\'a nt Keietliga a.
Ilullllterli:tg overl thitl'ty-fiyn Illli(n;,
tutg'llou ivithi our ('ons uiet's' leaguil.
liCOI1lllli1 1i ll I tlit a it l It 11111 oif
John IK'riga llfor liii ti usositi o ino
iii· \\]li-) Is tiru, unkaly lii~t aeiisiiii with
nlii Im e 'Mlrig an is diilr. is t ll
thcholilc oflt iio pPPattiltnolIil bills)
hif imn ullr, h ii i). Yok l (. ilt reeott
Aion I thigI has lconctlioni Wo tilli
'Iilii' Al~ I) 3))' I ; iithiit 1 0:1 )1) h (li
th hiiWal' Al) retulltoo[ilstines L,
and Siho i- :;i thoo gllS )1) (01).0)111 1)i1h
1)11 i~' 1)'~~'11 safficienlly proju 1i) (' (g1fibs[
lls hCillol th Iht. C. 1.. andlMI th onl)
igul t ist'I'Iusvhit o
wewl bdeb ot dcso(
loMr.oll I lull hIllils 5 io lled fr ailhl
111'l(10)fo 111)o (ICarsti asiste P11 pil)
I ingl I t It'ou theiiho Meil i nsi, t1 li I ic
sIeellich liii ll Iit h li Ioil ilo l ilt icou l
- i IIC H(S CIii)l Sti ~ist lr,(iil hIlli~rc
that al~llllwed Al v. Freudetsllin to
3!.. I 'Ii15(01t ~ :I ~~ci:~ic~ II ()1(4 434)5
of lict mol 1I1I, iso1st $50 1 si4leI o
a tmpo'a y laret 1411)1i11 4Irrl Ii
(1:i ige 111141 h)eI141iC1 11by 1o11(h1'
114 lo 1 le presnt embit of thle rout
(I 44(41 I 111 41 11)4454 11114 14) 4 (. l ieh ul .
c ii' i'oiidiif i hion moftion. 1)14d 111
will 14 r 'ii Ihili itha l44lth5 4114113. l
Nt'Sd withi) la dissgnlilng tlihilllit1. 5
·4))44.5 ;14)1 g 4)11`:1. T VI i )
I ~l41145II 44· i1511lc r isrll 41l1 4~'l lidlli',
this: 1 )i.Ir 11111 h bllerslltl. l 1 iit I0It
sllck · Il, and you wisllll se e that ourl c
el1a1o Ithat 11 111)5l. egetable an
II 1 ii· ill,1~srl'~ IS illY.' 14141 'I'l~u5441r
'rlla halve decthit ud in price some-,
544441 at1 I 1h1( Igi t ore45 4, 1even ilAS)
othe(' (r fide'` have advanced accord-c~
ingl, i orer o pt th,) marke rt outr
of badness. We arc going to standc~ tn-~
behin4 tills 1444' IaellP t1w 1 areI his
I s (14 hn 1 4 4 1 1 r. T . TC. 144 51411 l
1)11 (10 mini his g4441415, 4' 5444 i
Mr li ' 11114 ot is4 a 141eii) 1114 1.'4 14144
- I 1111, uto 1e is1' o (41 . .u es1l
Me)c)ants ilid whall111e r'epre
will agr i's Ile tild ts bthatliiis ill r
p)1ose canno bulen ilisbuilI 111)4 113
* e fuit' t 11eInefithi of t hel pri30' o-~1l
well atnd good inhou whstimaioros
viding we are at liberty to use the
buihldings, fo, fr we want arrange
ll|lts Inltde so the farmer can collme
in witli his potatoes, rooit vegetables,
apples, chicken, meat. eggs, hiittcr,
etc.. this wintelr. Thee stalls are
bringing in hai(ltsol renta''ls to tilhe
owners. wllich mIty also he all riglht,
proviitlding the fatillr'lil' is givell the'
first opportlnity, which you will find
is nit the case.
Enter Ilie I'acker's.
Lilan i rm tlirS t'r 'iinnot come to
nlutte ever.y weOik with ionds of fruit
and prodluce. ;s the dlistances they
ihave to travel are too grlolt; buit as
soonn as their cropl'S are harvest ed
the'y will arranillge Ito ship cars if they
have suffi'icient weight, or will con
t.olidata cars it their neighborhood
lot shipment to the public nualrkcet.;
hut when they ('1111s' iln they will rind
that \'ilro & (Co. or the Big Five
plickersl , Ihas hIlt"en tlhem to it for
location. You ill find a permlllltnt
l(:11t being fitted ilt) underitle the .u
prvision of the building inspector,
tih list h. location nl the cu('rb line,
andti slokld with a least a $4-,(l000
sl ocIt of W\ilIon & (o.'s produc'ts.
Not ;t ca1, package. case, carton, jar
or ;las of a:ly (oth r lt'alld is to be
seen in this buildinlg.
'The consllumers of this city ap
peal to yllur c'ouncil to see hilt
thi is niarla' s alnie ri success,
and that a narket manager is
:plpolminted who will work toward
this end. W\e have lo ql(uirreli
with lMr. T'iirusi'tt, but feel that
he is entirely (too suiltcessfIIl it
merc'hant to give his undivided
allenlltion lland support- to this
markl'!. We alsho fet'el Ithat by
, lulin ss counl' lin'ttii's 1lhe is oil too
friendlly teri'nlls with tilhe Big
Five pa'cke',s, V\irden-( 'urrini
cilt pail)t y, nild the last.
W\e hank you for yourl ktind coni
idera'ttioll of u11 a!ippeal.
Mayor Il, Peeved.
Mayilor Stlddl'n li'stened attenitive
ly to the reuding of tilhe pItlition and
at various points was seon visibly to
cquirtll whiile his fate ..flushed and hle
nervosly played wihll his gavel. At
tlh1 conhlusioni of the reading, St.od
den wan auout to refer the connlnri
'ation when A\ldermtilan F'reidenstein
airose nd called (th1 m naoVl's utten
tion to the fact that there were "a
number iof pIertinllent things in there
that :1's uDp to you to aniswer'"
Th'- mnayor fairly sizzled and with
difficulty. restraniing hinlself,
c:hargd( 1b, inference that the house
wives of thie .'olistlunlrs' laigue who
ha1ll ulr t, e llt 1d th , (o0 il1 Ill 1iea Tioli
S oy.m. \Wmni(l I:anlify.
"If that collnt uninltion is given
to minc tl do whitt I \arth with it,"
s;aid 'his honor. . . I will ,ay that
it's fal,-se." ie lthein lau lnched into
aI stateiment in \which lie attemllpted
to justify hIris anotioni in t rlllnling over
chioicr locations at the IiInrliet to the
\wholesalss and merClllllans by di.
,]loring that at the beginning of the
,nterlprise., he follund it diffienit to
get fartlers to Io l(e. l to the market.
Incidentally he declared "thile \woman
or mntl: who wrote tlhat is unfair.
Th' :;tatelllntts are 1'alse."
A\ l inl;lil Fre''t-lldl lstein thl n int
quired as to who was piting for fixt
ing upill the "eiilbs" oln East f\l.reelr:
street. Buihling DpInoetO' illin,.
was called oin and said thliat in somelll
caSes "h'. oc-C ati l5 i l'of (hN lii.,s fur
nisl the lumibier)' and the( - (citv does tlhe
work. In olth r Cases..he said, the
occupltaits paid '11i1, whole co.st (lt
work and mtaterial. A\flter consider
atble .:rglll (le t ainent this plhasie of
the situatlion, .\ Iderlnin i"'udenll
sloinl dlt url't cd ho. knew of ati least
onell nil'ic i1;I n llta n e Vhil'h hi ad
c0(nto diretlyv ilnder his attention in
which a fairmt(r muaed Alte'rbr.g
from \W'atcrloo had applied btoth to
Billings and ]aila r 1o the m~a;:or for
space at the m.i k1t l and that he w\as
Th i. : ixlar duenied il nd ilaucheld
into a dlel',it of his illarkIie.t policy
'leniri lly. lit'ef rini1. in Trs'r .cott,
']lhos., appointn;'lt h, had not yet
Iannunce t l '. ict iallt , li lte lu yor sai.t
"l1 HIRkeP 11n (l5'0l'l0? lv,, Who i.
111i ' ioiit u l 'l.i -i \'lx, . ni
fht n aiflk'1 1';.1 Ball oI 11(.1 and in this caSe.
hi:s 'toy. I lx'io ix, \was h 'n in( the
d,'',inan l . i. who i t pri .iio t;ly
had IiIn I i in l the debate, in
loerjet(nl Illt, i.'o)ll nm ttioln Ilth t T'i'us
('ciO11 l t bleei blls in \Au'itxali'l.
Then th lel tx i r, ' t-ixt is saidi to have
I itdSl'ed in (t 1i(('d tate't; for
s inet ltin wi1;t' I teai rs ] l o l't ' tlhe
ali t 'iI t , ' l our Itlat liza ltion
alit'rs, ; i '., t'' .o : * I t itors. to gasp
wi lh ; txti .it hl , ,' x' :i when lit' asserted
t ent nit't ly.
"\We'l' . xn I; ith tih ' hi t l ' -- that'I
f u i r tl h l"r ; \~ a y i , , h u r t ' . "
'1h'lt' lhr' t h. )' ,orx)l' 111ilit to i) lnt
ly that ti t )rt'' r away f'rom the
Inliti Stat't , a mt;in is ornI. tihe b,
t'r l liked it' . ' ai '. not ll;li' i net i
Th' e 13.ii Ii axstd.l
''"I woulld like soix infl'orluatii i ;i
xto iO't nmany ('ttint -iission iei t rl'
are oln t li' plil markt i"x
"'If l}trie i' .. y a 1 dIon't ]tlnoW of
Iht': ," repl tliet d C .;() idtien.
"Your honor'. y'i' know as -ixell as
I do they iar' loing business there,'
said \lust il.
''.A\'xtin. yoII lie,'" 'shouted tSud
den n as he lianed iort. his ldesk and
poinlt'T d to tih a'ld*rmlan " lon
you '-iay that you air ax liar. You
itake thai back or yoi arxt' I liai: '"
:Ys tie signlifieanioi of thli n, mayor'
word= Bll\,lied on him. .ustli llstood
eell'bless for xni instant, hiut his
bletter (llnst' triumlphed tld he mere
ly r''ileratedl that the maiyor had
gtuilty know'ledge of the ax'tiviti's of
lth 'xlit x: I!ission men xilnt profiteers
on ti. iniarlii and ditvlar'd that
wh1l0i the proper timte ei:une lhe would
prloduei t |l prol e'.
(u halge l o'eh'r' l"ir'e.
At tl.i point the market squabble
was 'hell-t,' for ;t Liti o whil,' the
batlteriii' (if 'word: xxei' ituiniedl oi
the Har'bage qdll,:etin. It developed
lithat itl city engineeri ('it'y attor'ne
anid xt s't'le t (c'llllx itii'e of the x'illn
nil lhi(d prpxr'li x'ld xixp ''ificatioi .s andl
had ,adivertied fior hidsl for garbag.
coll'ttion ii dispoisal. but il t t hat le
contents' of Ihe spe'r'ifications htad
nevetr btOn brlought before the coun
cil. ,te denst.in iprec'ipitated th',
row 'iy lo illx g that aill bids hI ie
Aldetrmuan V' ilsun, Mayor Stud
--inmUn~uuunnnEEEunEnunn nnniEin EEE|nusUmbUEUEUiununu
At the International .1
Store Company |
* You don't have to pay BIG PRICES for MILLINERY *
U IF YOU BUY at the
INTERNATIONAL STORE CO.
210 EAST PARK ST.
Our New Fall
is classy and up-to-date. We defy any customer to a
s prove that our new fall hats-$1 to $4-are not
cheaper than at other stores. i
Why Pay More?
Just received 100 new Tam o' Shanters for ladies,
* misses and children. If our fall hats are all we claim
then you can not afford to pass US UP. Make your *
selection from the new
International Store This Year
dln's ]resid nilt of thie c n lllll . in
dignantly deelared he could see no
reason why F.'reudensltein sshould fear
thr specifications were "full of
jokerIs," whl'reu po1n ir.i'o ,ntei n
plainly declared that th(e Iiatter as
halndlled had lain the illerionti "open
Variouls other couneilliienii, 1iltlid
ing Sullivan. AlcKoo.r lltl \'Woods
silupported F'reulldrlesteinl andi 1ite one
bid which had beren presrnledt, said
to have be-en frint J. F. KBelty, was
T'hen. to fuit h, r i ; ! ::o;'l n lhit e pro
lel ingi , . 1:.!' e :.
Iltllhldo l ia j .i..' i( i : .,.I r'' !:C`
louncil's pr', i, , .at rely
$O0 i had i en d n :'., ,i : :'I r
Offieer Prlija 1o a , . .
IpDe:1 t ho the suprel, cour. (0 " ,j.
\was 'olvictled and ;sent( "lced to !,"
pelit,'nliary for shootitng ,likl iDulr
utin il i back w\\'iohen r lattr w;r s
hering irri r-r(t. lThe reconusidtlration
ciir i,, I inti Sll'ivan i potlke earnestly
a'ga il-l li n trut r fai'rillh Or ilona
uiolls, '-lating that i'rlja ]ilI( heeen
gitrln $Jun by the Ipr'iolus adilminr
istratiotn. OIl i a poll caill Ihei qi uers
tion of It r ronlltion \\rras carried
with i ulrlit\t;lll c('r ting the monly nega
live ':01 .
I)il in g lire d(lrbate Aldermann
Worod reforred to "ocicullrr'oncts on
iNorth ]l in silero .evetra I years
ago" tand doelaita that the city coun
cnil should stand in back of their of
ficeres :nd said thait if the en'ppelrs
\\1(·er( i\,!en no suplpport Ihey would
-;I byt holldDups anid robhbers rlther
1 thln tiaki chanc..ll eS. rIaving to shoot
theia hnd C(-lt time' for tlhe n.nt.
Ilotl t r-esinttig what he believe d
to ii' .\ lllderlnln 'l oo)ds' uncioinpli
ilnl(-llir refcreonco:- to .orlh l Maini
i-reet. , Setlli\ran jlu p';l d to iis fe,-t
" rAs In-ar]d I hi-, rl')dii. s. ,xeitora, I
don'i .,* tih police' gettillg ilany of
tlihIn. 'I '" r :t1l er nl to bIre getting
\Alder .in i''rnd nsteill then agaiin
broll lt. IupI thh City uli ttciOt qlestiOll
by ('li-i1t the ntmyor's air, ration to
the In-llint ofi a mIarket rmaster, At
this rum,, \tAii'irmanr ZMess jitirieid to
his fI'' :nh at. itlpterd to P.hl t off
fulthier d!,:ie y' bi moviing g in ad
Jourl',h o. A\plat .lei y. h Imi'ever,
thie il;i.n ;-erl' okid hi:n adrantage
allid fl'i;, i realize that lhe 'iotionr
for ai(;) !l'ar I nt took pr.c ,dence.
I'ThIo i ti,. fiiri'w\tri l s a, i istarted.
The il: .l Iriimpllllil ltly ldec(laredi
h:ht :ll;(! r tii ile teri s of the resiolu
tiI.m , ult:h riz;ng hint to appoint a
oill.,l !;,;:.ltor "nothing was said
aill lt ,t f- ir.iltion by the couicltil"
I' hi: pliA ei,e and for a tir me tihe
l ll rI."' I o permitted to drolp.
I; lllrrassinilg Qu(est ollns.
i :',l. ,n \lcKl eon took a hand in
i i.i. ric dings and won Iprolonged
:Ilimili: O I n the spectators by de
lliandilng oif the mlayor:l'
"fow iIllainy giamlblinlg loules are
Ithelili Ihl iare paying license monriey
io Il n cilty il order' to operate?"
'I ht" miilor replied that so far as
Ile i '. w ll.aIre there Wt were nonli.
"WIl ht.i maniy gambhling joints
I, p:tlyin lic'enses as social 'illhsr "'
'1iTh-i Iniaror declared he k;Inew of
"\.\"'I1. l O ry many gamblerlris conle
upl in I litier c'ollrt every worik and
vI, lla-ippear for trial; but instead
Iol ril it heir hlnds?"
iThis too. proved a. poser fof ttle
nr' anid M1cKeon demandilIed to
\'i will -be' interestele
inl the prices I llnlke oin
I.orsalinl)o imrnporled lurl'
--. I)'brand new stock.
I'll soon, Ieof o I *'1.
SAY 'i'L SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
heatr what the police judge knew
Judge Grimes went into a lengthy
statlem-n.lt of the proceedings reila
tive to the handling of cases in which
bonds are up and in which the
bonded parties fail to appear for
trial. He, said tlhe amnounts were
Sdeclared forfeited and once each
month all were turned over to the
city ,reasury. lle incidentally de
Iclared that so many gambling cases
resulted in acquittals because "hear
say evidence does not go in court."
"Thtere's nothing hearsay about
it." shouted McKeon. "I have beent
in these places and know that gant
bling is going on."
After ia few other intlerchanges.
McKleon declared that he had "24
pages of evidence now, and I am niot
li oulgh vyt.,
The matter of T'ruscott's appoint
liot as market master was agtatin
brought up lby F'reudctnstein v who.
when the mayor finally agreed to
present the notice of appointment to
the otuncil, demanded a legtal
opinio,-1 front thle cily attorney as to
lthe itll er of conlfirmations. At
torney C'linton held that evetn where
the ordinance creating a city posi
tion fatiled to specify "confirmation
by thel city cotuncil," such confirlia
tion .t'as lnectessary. He said, how
ever, ithat even though tlie council
failed to confirm the mayor's ap
point, that executive might continlue
to appoiilt iany person he liked from
m10onth to mointh.
Sp. -ich os against the conf'irmation
of 'T'ruscot t as market mlaster weret
muade by various aldermen and then
the privilege of speaking was
granted to Leo Daly, former presi
deint of the Central Labor council,
M'rs. l. N. Kennedy of the Consunm
trs' lelague and John Green. secre
tlry of thie T'rades andi Labor assem
bly. All spoke in opposition to the
aptpoi,.ntlnelt of Truscott. all declar
ing that through his connection with
the [Eilnployers' association and his
busine:s dealings with the profiteer
ing twholesalers and conmmiission
houses, it wOlltl be ia physical im
possibility for hint to manage the
niarkIt in the interests of the con
itunie -s and still preserve his own
busines:s interests front persecution
at the hands of the big dealers and
Stodden Stands Pat.
Stodden declared in reply that the
ian he had originally selected as
the btast for the position of city nmar
tket tIlaster wtas a nion-resident, lie
declared he felt that "it wits not
right to gilt' the job to an outsider,"
so aplrointed Truscott as secondl
clhoie,. iHe declined to reconsider
Ihis action in appointing Truseott and
intimnatld that lie would continue
to name Tl'I'uscott from iItonth to
month irrespective of the refllsal of,
the counlcil to confirm the appoint
A ,netition signed by 174 property
owners asking repeal of the dog
ordinalice was llresented.
Alderman liardeastle demanded
inuneliate action by the city toward
collecting insurance on a city car
daintgied last I)ecelbelcr.
11EV'IS OZNERl SOUGHT.
The Finnish Workers' club, Mul
lan, Ida.. are trying to locate Lewis
Ozner, whose trial comes up the 22nd
cf Sept. Fellow workers knowing
Oznecr': whereabouts will please noti
fy him or address A. S. Embree, 318
N. Wyoming st.. Butte, Mont.-Adv
I have the 1. W. W. papers on sale
at the corner of Park and Wyoming
street, from 10 a. m. to 1 p. m., and
from 2 to 6:30 p. m. and at night'
from 8 to 10 p. m.
I will not be responsible for bills
contracted by tIy wife, Mae King.
Adv. P. KING.
C. L, PARKER ESCAPES
FROM HIS CAPTORS
G. L. Parker, who left here a
week ago in custody of Undershlerift
A. S. Dingley of Modesto, California.
escaped.fronm the officer on the way.
TL was a dramtic escape. executed in
true "movie" style, if the account
written to Butte officers is correct.
Parker was wanted in Modesto to
stand trial on a charge of criminal
assault upon his 16-year-old sister.
He was arrested in an Idaho street
rooming house in Butte on a Cali
fornia warrant. He resisted extra
dition, but lost out. When Dingley
loft here with his prisoner he was
warned by. Butte officers that Park
er was desperate and dangerous and
ought to he kept handcuffed.
Now the California deputy writes
hack that Parker attacked him in the
pullman when the train was nearing
Carlin, Nev. He knocked the offi
cer down with a piece of old iron
which he had managed to get hold
of, then ran down the aisle and
crawled through a window to the
roof of the car. Presently, when
passing a freight train moving in the
same direction, Parker chanced a
flying leap to the roof of the stock
ESTELLE DE SNELL
TAKES ANOTHER TRIP
Mrs. Estelle De Snell, alleged
wife of the well-known Butte archi
te(ct, George De Snell, left for Port
land, Ore., last evening in the cus
todyv f D)eputy Sheriff Edna IR. Itob
bins of that ety. She will stand trial
on ch'lrges of polygamy and larceny,
alleged to have been committed
March 4 and 6, respectively.
Deputy Rohbins says that if Mrs.
De Snell conducts herself peacefully
and makes no effort at escape, their
fellow travelers will never discover
that she is a prisoner.
"However," says Mrs. Robbins.
"Mrs. De Snell will go to Portland
in the custody of Deputy Robbins,
shether Mrs. I)e Snell goes peace
ably )r otherwise." Warnings from
Butte officers and relatives of Mrs.
De Snell that she was really insane.
notwithstanding the recent ruling of
the, insanity board to the contrary,
and that she was consequently a
dangerous prisoner, have not fright
ened Deputy Robbins a bit.
ROTARIANS MOVE TO
The Butte RIotary club, that Sun
day ;;chool for the hourgeoise, will
hereafter hold its weekly luncheons
at the Silver Bow club, instead of
the Butte grill. It was so decided
at today's luncheon. It was also de
cided that the mnembership ought to
make a strenuous effort to attend
The golden text for next Thurs
day was not announced, but it is
presuned 1hat it will he some vari
ation of that old standby, "Do every
thing for the workers except gelt off
Save $20.--The A. Nash company,
the ,nly house in America producing
strictly made-to-order suits or over
coats for $19.50. T. A. Conway,
Butte hotel. Phone 506, will call
at home and show samples.-Adv.
Alf Dictier, a well-known resident
of Armstead, arrived in Butte last
night for a short stay.
G. W. Burke of Helena and G. T.
Muller of Havre were arrivals in
Butte last night.
Go to Woody-Doull Drug company
for all your drugs. Remember
Woodruff's Headache Special and
Homemade Liver Pills, 29 South
James A. Walsh of Missoula was
i husiness arrival in the city yester
$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. Julius of Living
ston were in 3Butte yesterday.
J. H. Stanton of Billings was an
arrival in Butte last night.
Dr. Frank Williams has re-opened
his office at 211 Daly Bank Build
ing. Telephones, office, 1734, resi
Dora Beer of Winnet was among
the late arrivals last night.
Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Dickinson of
IHelena are in Butte.
Dr. C. M. Eddy, dentist, 204-50b
Pennsylvania block. Phone 4035-W
Mrs. Wilder Child of Lima is a
W. F. Kinnelly of De Borgia is in
Roy Wells of Divide is visiting in
Washington Market. Ground bon,
7 pounds for 25c.-Adv.
Montana Safety and First Aid so
ciety will give a dance in Eagles hall.
Saturday evening, Sept. 20. All
members and families are invited.
Bring a friend. Meeting of the so
ciety called at 7:30. Dancing starts
at 8:30. Social committee-Clyde
DeWitt, Joseph Dolney, Louis Neigh
. EXCLUSIVE SELLING
formerly known as 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
The Ideal ~r eflrman
heater is lthe only suc
cosslul dlmvw - draft
slav'e lnlt has slootl he
lost lio almost a half' a
c.eiiliirV. I's the w\\'orld's
All parts are made ex
'Ira 1ie\Y , ale set'lliely
hallted l lil riveted lo
,ie lier; d( loits are niill
,l and I'ilte I air-Iighlt;
I'i111i 1ilai' illeed antii
w ill 1111,1 fir e i8. 1on1ii-l s
--Ille most richly nick
el tlrimnlmed, [lie inost
shoiowy lad niassivo, anid
I.l' If;ir lie miost elaho
rile ancd beost heating
tslove the wuiorl has
The Big Furniture Store
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
IiHONEST GOODS1) AT
Men's dress shoes, for
lerly $10, now..$6.9! 5
$7 shoe.i for. .... -- $ .4
'Digging shoes, t est on
She. market, formerly'
$7 illd ,8, Iron ._..e I ,
IUnderwear which for
imerly sold for $3 and
$4 at the very low
price of ............ $1.45
All wool underwear,
Sliper ior quality for
merl y $9, all goes for >
only .............$......$ .5
A fine line of neck
wear, all shades and
$7 and $8 men's hats,
latest styles nlow for
$2.053, $3.95 and $4.!)5
Caps, gloves and mitts
at your own price.
A fine line of Jew
ely and (' iitlery it
cost plice. Youil gain
is oulr loss. i
Mail Oders Filled.
717 E. FROT ST.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
Pianos, Player - Pianos,
Phonographs or anything
musical visit the
Howard Music Co.
Home of the Steinway and
genuine Pianola piano
Office Houirs: 9:30 to 11:80
1 to 5; 7 to 9
Dr. R. J. McNaul
420-421-122 Phoeidx Building
With DR. HERMAN Phone 1742
BULLETIN SOLD AT I
IXCHANGE SOFT DRINKi
Hannas Snhr, Prop.
101 South Main Street
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