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Wednesday, Sept. 24, 1919. TII x
Vote Your Ballots
The following are (andidates for officers of the Montana
State Federation of Labor:
FOR PRESIDENT-STEVE ELY, SAND COULEE, MONT.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT--J. C. WHITELEY, BUTTE, MONT.
FOR SECRETARY-TREASURER--J. T. TAYLOR, LEHIGH,
The above candidates have been erdorsed by:
The Silver Bow TrIades and Labor Council.
The IHelena Trades Council.
The Cascade Trades and Labor Assembly.
And many local union~s throughout the state.
Vote for These Candidates Regardless
of the Fact That Messrs. Donoghue and
Partelow Have Declined the Issue
j ........ MARKET REVIEW
GUlAlMIN AMIND POV ISIONS.
Chicago, Sept. 24.--Corn bulged
in price today despite a weak start.
The upturn was due to shorts taking
fright over scantiness of receipts and
of offerings. Notice that both E. 1H.
Gary and John Fitzpatrick had been
called to appear before a senate coirl-I
mittee tended also to stimulate buy
ing. The market closed strong,
:I %c to 5 %c net higher, with De- i
cember $1.281'% to $1.287,%, and May
$1.251. to $1.253i. Oats finished I
an eighth to one-half cent uop, and
provisions varied from 2% 1/e decline
to 65c advance.
Misgivings on the part of shorts
in the corn trade were eumphasizedt
by assertions ill somie quarters tlhat
farm commodities had of late
dropped to a lpoint probably below
the real cost of production. Shorts
who tried to cover found offerings
glght. in- the market ran up sharp
iy, September in particular. duringI
the rttsh that ensued to close oun
open trades. It was much later be
fore announcemene t was made of
senate plans in regard to a strike
hearing, but the effect, was evident
in the increased strength-of the mar
ket. at the last.
Early wveakness was a scribed
chiefly to overnight developllments at,
the various strike centers.
Oats merely paralleled the ac ion
-'rovisiens were ruled by graiu.
Corn-No. 2 mixed, $1.5106 1.54;
No. 2 yellow, $l.5(.01l.b4V't.
Oais---No. 2 white, 70t 54 I7 2c; No.
S white, t66j.,ri6fc.
Rye--No. 2, $1.44.
Iutter, Eggs and Poultry.
ltutter--Higher; creamery, 48E(i
Eggs-Higher; receipts. 14,534
cases; lirsts. 48(t 49 ~c; ordinary
firsts, 41.%,(,,42.%c; at mark, cases
iocluded, 42to:48c; storage packed
first"s. 49;x, 50e.
Poultry--Alive, unsettled; Spriug.
2,!c; fowls, .,(S 29c.
Chicago, Sept. 24.--Hogs- --Re
ceipts. 23.000; market steady to 25c
lower. Heavy, $1 -5. 101.; mediuetm.
$16.73(6 18.15; light, $17(, 78.25;
light light, $16;r; 17.50; heavy pack
ing sows, smooth. $18,, 16.50; pack-i
intg sows. rough, $15.25;( 15.75; pigs.
Cattle--Receipts. 12,000; firm.
IBef steers, medium and heavy.;
choice an,. prime, $15.250:, 17.;5;
medium and good. $10.751 15.25:
common, $8.25(r 10.75: light, good
and choice, $140, 17.65; common and
medium, 4*8( 13.75; butcher cattle,'
heifers. $6.50(u,14.75; cows. $6.25(r
13.35; canners and cutters. $5.35m(<
6.25; veal calves, $20.25i%21.511;
feeder steers, $7,012.25; stocker;
s:eer:s. $6.2500,10; western range,
st.eers, $80t15; cows and heifers,
Sheep-- Receipts. .5.000; market
DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS But anything that's secret must be interesting
EA~WFUJLLY ýR F-o' O .~a1E= ;j ow ON ; V O
AND IT ` A GD SKI you GAN c. T £bN'T NErEO T
STVPID TO ýcr AND u 'iF 67- T-A JUROR AND
YO ALL T'-4AT N¶rEL &,IN -e LW&V)T) HENR IQ NINE.R z= T ATy LýF N4 'RAVEN AER\
T$A =L7 NOry5ENSE INTEF6ST AP' OP
YOu Ar:N CA H4AVE 'M STUFItD I nO T EVY FOR ANYT$INr You 4o1 R. 7-1 iT RO
THEE PLEASUf TSUT ýý GIWF
_ IT DOE.SN'T TL t I4crnVEL'
vo, DOlNT 'BOTH. t4E~ IMUSTPT S· A4 WORI
!"},V; "J.1 TH ýJGP, fý AN`/ ABOUT THE. GA ANSE ", 11 I
pyAeVTT IT__ ' i
/ C , `orwl
strong. Lambs, $12,25( 15.25 ;
culls ana common. $7.50,, 2: ewes,
medium, good and choice, $6(9 7.25;
culls and common, $2(a 5.75; breed
ing, .To.25( 12.5)0.
Omaha. Sept. 24.---Hogs-Re
ceipts. 4.800; market 30(ic l5 lower.
Top, $17.40: bulk, $16.50( 16.85;
heavy weight, $16 75017.10; me
diumn weight, $16.85a17.40; . light
weight, $16.85'r17.40; heavy pack
ing sows, smooth. $16.50~ 106.75;
packing sows. rough, $16.25c0 16.50:
pigs, $15(q 17.
Cattle--Receipts, 11,500; beef
and butcher cattle, steady to strong;
feeders, 25c up. Beef steers, medium
and heavy weight. choice and prime.
$14.75.,1 6. t: medium aud good,
$10.25/t 14.75; common. $9,1 10.25;'
light weight, good and choice, $14.50
( 7.50 : commoln and mediumlm , $9.75
a' 14.5o: butcher cattle, heifers.
$6.75(0 12; cows. $6.50w11.25.; can
.ne's and cutters, $506.650; veal
calves, light and handy weight..
$11.25x, 13.75; feeder steers, $7.25.
.1 2.50: stocker steers, $6.750( 9.75.
Sheepl--leceipts, 25,000; kille'rs
25e hight:-r; feeders. $1 higher.
,ambs, 8 1 pounds down. $12.500'
14.75: culls and common, $i70, 2;
I yearling wethers, $8.50x 9.75; ewes,
S-,medium and choice. $5.75(? :7 nlisi
and colimon. $2,' $5.7
lM NN EAP OIA (;1l.Iid.
Mlinneapolis, Sept. 24.----- hea.t- .
eceiipts, 385 cars. compared . itlh
;110 cars a year ago.
No. 1 northern. $2.500a 2.65.
Corn -----No. 3 yellow, $1 .46(il 47.
Oats---No. 3 yellow, 64 (9i. 660 '-.
Flax--$4 680 4.74.
VIloar - - Unchanged. Shipments
Rye--No. 2, $1.40% (. 1.40%.
New York, Sept. 2 .---Mercantile
i Sterling--Demand, 4160 ; cables.
f rancs---Demand, 872; cables,
Lire-- lDemnand. 995; cables. 93::.
Marks---Demand, 4 a, : cables, 4%.
ITime loans, steady: unchanged.
Call money, firm; riling rate, 6
per cent; low. 6 per cent; ruling rate,
6 per cent: closing bid, 5 1, per cent;
offered at 6 per cent; last loan, 6
- per cent.
I.' lAR SILVER.
New York. Sept. 24.---ar silver.
c-1 $1.!15 ; Mexican dollars, 89%,c.
I.ondon. Sept. 24.--Bar silver,
, 621Id per ounce. Money and dis
;! ETAL MAII KET.
New York, Sept. 24.-Copper,
idl quiet: electrol3.tic, spot and Sep
cI timber, . 23%c.
e, Antimony, $8.75.
x Lead, easy: spot offered at
S$6.13; October, $6.20 bid.
S Splter, steady; East St. Louis de
e livery, spot, $7.00 bid; futures,
te $7.12?% asked.
's Bar silver, $1.253,;.
el ixIs I5. I TciRsT--iA\E-
NOTICE TO CIREDI)TORS.
Estate of Oscar Mesch, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the
undersigned, administratrix of the
estate of Oscar Mesch, deceased, to
the creditors of and all persons hav
ing claims against the said deceased,
to exhibit them, with the necessary
vouchers, within 4 months after the
first publication of this notice, to
the said administrator at courthouse
of Silver Bow county, Montana. in
the city of Butte, Silver Bow county,
Montana, the same being the place
for the transaction of the business
of said estate, in the county of Sil
ver Bow, State of Montana.
MADGE B. DUGAN,
Administratrix of the Estate of Os
car .,esch, Deceased.
Dated Butte, Montana, this 30tb
day of August, 1919.
(First publication Sept 1, 1919.)
In the D)istrict Court of the Second
Judicial District of the State of
Montana, in and for the County
of Silver Bow.
Ida F. Thorne. plaintiff, vs. Thom
as D. Thomas and E. F. Thomas, de
The state of Montana sends greet
ing to the above named defendants:
You are hereby sunlmoned to an
sIwer he complaint in this action
which is filed in the office of the
clerk of this court, a copy of which is
herewith served upon you, and to file
your answer and serve a copy thereof
upon the plaintiff's attorney within
twenty days after the service of this
siummons, exclusive of the day of
service; and in case of your failure
to appear or answer, judgment will
he taken against you by default., ftl
he relief demanded in the complaint.
Gentral Statement of the Nature of
This is an action to compel the
above named defendant, Thomas U.
Thomas, to specifically perform his
agreement dated June 14, 1916
whereby the said Thomas 1). Thomas
agreed to convey to the plaintiff, ld0
F. Thornee, an undivided one-tentih
interest in and to the Resurrectior.
Quartz Lode Mining claim, surve)
No. 9853, situated in Silver Bo.
county, state of Montana, and beint
a portion of sections thirteen (13)
and eighteen (18) in township thret
north range seven west, and to quie
the title of plaintiff to the said tin
divided one-tenth interest as agains
any claim of any kind or characte:
0on the part of lt1e defendant E. F'
Thomas, and for costs of the action
61 VWitness myl hand and the seal o
said court this 23rd day of Septem
her. A. D. 1919.
(Seal) OTIS LEE. Clerk.
By It. 1. McGRATH, Deputy Clerk
Nolan & I)onovan, 308 Lewiscrhl
Bldg., Butte, Montana, attorney:
for plaintiff. 4t
No. A-i 1558.
In lhe District Court of the Seconi
tJudicial District of the State o
Montana. in and for the County o
I)ollie Collins, plaintiff, vs. I)one
r, van Collins, defendant.
)- The state of Montana sends greet
ing to the above named defendant:
You are hereby summoned to at
it swer the complaint in this actio
which is filed in the office of th
- clerk of this court., a copy of whic
s, is herewith served uponl you, and t.
file your answer and serve a cop
thereof upon the plaintiff's attorne
within twenty days after the servic
of this summolns, exelesive of the da
LEGAL NOTICE('. r
of service; and in case of your fail-'I
ure to appear or answer, judgment i
will be taken against you by default,
for the relief demanded in the com
plaint, whiclh alleges:
1. That plaintiff and defendantt
lawfully intermarried ;it the city of
Butte, state of Monta:'a. Ot, or about
the 6th day of October. 1417, and
ever since have been and now 're
husband and wife.
2. That there are no children tile
issue of this marriage.
3. That, for more thtlli one yeart
last past and immediately Ipreceding
the commencement of this aIt11ion, to
wit: since the- -- day ofi .ay. 19t1,i
plaintiff has been,. and tow is, an ac
tual bona fide resident of the state
4. That, for more thlanl one year
last past and immediately preceding
the conmmenceement of this aniton, to
wit: since on or about the sevenlth
day of October, 1917, the defendant,
in utter disregard of his marriage the
vows and matrimonial obligations, isl
has, without fault or c'ust on behalf tas
of plaintiff, totally neglected plaintifl his
:and wholly failed to provide her with i as
the commlnlon necessarico- (f life, lie' fenl
having the ability so to do; that inl bor
consequence thereof. p!i'intiff has dea
been since the aforesaid date, and isd Coln
now, wholly dependent upon her own I'rui
labor and the charity of relatives and lie
friends for her support, and that, by the
reason of defendant's said willful ne-I cent
glect and failure to prtovide for her. ten
plaintiff has been. and is now in con-t pas
stant worry for her personal mnain-, dit
tenance, and has bteen and still is suf- the
fering great mental anguish andl fier
waste of health and strength. That' gre
the legitimate objects of plaintiff's' and
and defendlant's said inter -marriage s'C'ee
are totally disregarded, destroyed and' of
defeated by the defendant and that: sto:
the further continuance of the mar- of
riage relation bletween ttthem has be-' 1ha1.
come intolerable and unbelarablt' to ihult
plaintiff and wholly unreasonable. tilt
5. That plaintitf's name by for- in
iner marriage was Dollie Conley and the
that plaintiff desires to be allowed to uto
resume said name. cirt
sed. Wherefore, plaintiff prays for a the
the, decree of absolute divorce frol the the
the defendant, dissolving tile bonds of he
Sto matrimony heretofore and now exist- cal
hav- ing between plaintiff and defendant el
sed, and for the restoration to her of her
sary former name. I)ollie Conley. I g
the Witness my hand and the seal of tl
to said court this 23rd dtay of Septetu- Colt
ouse ber, A. D. 1919. Art
in (Court Seal). OTIS I.EE, Clerk. ,or
inty. By STEPHEN KELLY, IDeputy Clerk. t'ye
lace IFrank A. Lenz, Attorney for Plain- iia
ness tiff. Al
Os i Today We Celebrate "1'
-t)- o log
30t1 Marltyrs to Science. tiat
The very soul tingle., and the IWI
19.) pulse bounds at the gratndeur of sill
-- ianhood as one mentions tolday the for'
nanlme of Eusebius Valli. lHe died oni att
o0ndl Sept. 24, 1816. a imartyr to science, SyC
e of a martyr for man. The old, tlhe by
un1ty ,'ternal question again arises, tho'
ig'\Vhence came the ielpulse of thist llt:
rli- supreme abnegation for his fellow Ytil
i de- men?" Think of Sir Philip Sydney's Atl
abeen- egtio, ortally woupdedt at the lnia
ree- Battle of Zuplpen, suffering tor- tr
it ' nIents of thirst fromu his woluntis, and Ias
hal requesting that the mercifoul beaker ht
:ti of water brought to hitll shold Ibe hi
h is hanided to a co solde twist
S .ng in gony uplon theS grotund. "'II' "'
Sreof need is greater than mint'," said till to
thin Philip. Think, only, of he pity- o
thi sicians of varied lnaltiOns in tl great. i
r Of a facing the horrors of iraging in-.
luire fectioust disesees in the filthy dis- je.i
will tricts of thle east. W«heneC cmoute.
forl his glory in hum an nature--o ab- - He
aill. galtion Heredity (toes not adet(laiC in
Sof ly answe or tile question. We suspect t
thatt it lies in the free will of man:il If
the Mant, who can he what lIe choostes
s I). to be, anid wulatan what shle' chloo:te
his to wea'r. i
916. EuCebius Valli, an eminent .illian tL
)mls physician. in the early years of thle
, Ida nineteenth century went to Smyrna
tl th unat to (onstantinople to make tl
rtion cervations on the plague that 1 was
trvey desolating thle east. He had madt",
Bow voages to the West ludies to studyt
Ing the nature of yellow fever. If thelt'
(1a) reader has ever visited Constalti- ye
.hreae ople, he will realize what Dr. Valli le1
uiet hall to encounter in the crowdted- sti
n- together iluarter called Old Staiu
act ei toul tIhere sanitation is an unknyown rl
word. P'ietureslute beyond co1mpare; let
tion. treat to the eye of the artist. a inl
ll of reasttre-house of hiistory to thle an- it
of Islam ill its glorlious mdosque: thal li.
rh. are hotlmes of prllYl-r--iliand tile t tngle
le'k. of fantuatic trlle'ts are nests of i-in
i51111n 'l-cittlini1ss5 anid a bodes of di eisciost'.
rneys Into t1e1e it rets and ihouts the'
.it. noble VaT i n'ceirated for hlucnitt it
-- aynd scient;i. He made a fatal ex
intectioni wit i a dttatl body. itt thret'
cond days 11114 5cet10 closed upon Ilinti ill
Se of death.
ty of 1 1
)ono- I asoto asked which of ttret
forces is the greatest in the tultialt
bretast: 1.011, patriotistm, religion?
t tin- And, leforeti tt' clergy present coulti
Iotion resliondl. till' most famous footb 110
,f the playet' t hatYaltl ever prodtucico, saitt.
shich ' iteligion.'' "I always pray tefore
lnd o a game.'' lit' said. No one slmtilutI.
copy Some brult e 1110(1's eyes were sv'in
> t 't m layc ' l ltbr ates the reluctanttI
a daye d c'ndmnlltlttitn itt oG. by C(onstanintitl
Ris the time to exchange
your fifty-dollar Liberty
Bonds for fifty dollars
-- -_ -. worth of stock in the
Butte Daily Bulletin. The
fight for liberty, democracy, and all those beautiful things
the statesmen have been mouthing about, has not been
won "over here," and if you are interested in aiding
in the fight, an investment in the FREE PRESS
is the most effective assistance you can render.
_----- _ -_-_
ie Grcat. of Athanauius. saint, and .
i 1tin of Alvanndria. It was Atha-I - ..-..... ..............:.......w-...w......-...
bilshop of Alexandria. It was Atha
if' nasius who said that he would give
I his life for one word in thle Atha
I nasian creed. This illustriouls te
te fender of the Christian faith was
n born in A. 1). 293. He was arcth
s deacon to the bishop of Alexandria.
ts Constantine had becomel' stuprleiii
n. ruler of the Roman world in 324.
I lie had established Christianity as
y the religion of the leipire. But, the
- entire church began to be racked and
r. rent by differences in dogma. Im
-lpassioned dislputes arose between
a- divines and scholars as to whether
Sthe 'iatherli and Soii were one. The
id fierceness of the contr'oversy that
t. grew into unbelievable Iitterness.
5 and at last broke out in actual per
SC secutions. proved the exalted naiture
id of the great theme. lBut out of the
it storimi came a serener morning. Out
- of the wreck upheaved a p llar that
* lhas stood unshllaken or s'o leventeen
1 hulndred years. Alexandlria. at this
timie was the most intellectual city
in the lemplire ofl' Constantinei. ;Aniong
i( the noted preachers was one Arius.
o iiost popular in clegaint iand critical
circles. But he began to strike at
ie the orthodox party by luellstioninlg
is the doctrine of tile Trinity. Thie
- great "Arian Heresy" is it was
at called , spreaod And the emiiperor
ivas nituch disturbed. ie convened
a general council to be held at Nicea
if in Asia :Minor. It was the first
l- council of the Christian iurclh. Andti
Arius wais silnioned to aRlpoa'r be
fiore it. In the great assolubll y all
k. eyes werCe fiastenled lupon a young
_ man, lean, aittenuated, blazing eyes.
Ia soiul's furnace in his face. It wa,
AtlhanasiuOS. the lyoung Coptic Afri
- ican. Nio oe could witlh:tand thi
e lrvor of his ulltteratne; io Egou-
I: ent, no dialectics: broke down his
0 logic as he Ileaded against tlii
dianger of the ":Arian H[-Ieresty." For
a two mionlths he leadeld. and ith re
of' slt if that famous council? Th,
f iormulatlion of the licetnn Creed. ithe
n ianhor of faith, which has loemi
e, spoken by tying lips of imrtyrls and
liti by thutndlerous toicis of soldiers in
, th( eve of battle. andl tling inl gra' t
is iasilicas for se\enteen hundllll .
i y''rs. Returining to AIhlexandria,
'S Athanal-ins alt :.: pelrs of age w;l
lti; made bishop. But his eneties, bhe
,r- friends of Arius. who by thlie council
d hail been denii d communllll ionl ill tlit
I chumrch, rolled lip a slioni agillsit
lit him ifalsl accusatliolls and ridiculous
i'h Poli"atil htlIcarges followed. ITh,
i: great llan, a genuine "sainit." if overl'
' there wa;ls oine, was slllninll ed to
i onhtlntinople' to appeai'r before the
!t. emllperor. Alas, t'onsl lnt l iie, a t1ir
1i- row. jealous lall. felt the prick of
is' jealousy. The grtlat charactr oitf'
At hanasius o\ ershadowed his owt n.
II He wdas i;illn enough to tldeny a healir
- ing to Athlnasius. a;nd banishedi himi
et to Gaul ini 235. "1 will gi\e my lift
n: for one word in the Clre'ed," said
o ] t1he1 soldier-saint.
SANER FAILS TO MAKE
i : REPAIRS T0 PAVEMENT
I' E'dgar G. Strassburger, superin
i teudent. of public works, anlnoulnced
Ii- yesterday that the city would at one.
11l let a, contract to repalir the i alii
fl- street paving which was laid last
m- ye.' by lrd Sant'. 'The work. said
.11r. Strassburger. 'oulh probawoly u
taing Ith pavement oil lranite street.
- t1r. tSader, it sems.li, as well as lhis
I iondlinig onimpany. has faiiled to start
iat the repaii' work, although reil-teate(ly
. Irequeli.d to do so by the city. l'Tl.
('ost if the repairs will be charged
Sagain it Santer's botld.
ii DANIELS & BILBOA
Undertakers and Emubalmers
12'5 East PIark St., lutte. IPholine l88
Residence Phone 4817-W.
e Auto and Carriage Equipment.
`in LARRY DUGGAN
ld. Reliable Undertaker and Embalmel
ni- 822 North Main Street
IF YOU WANT WHAT YOU WANT WHEN YOU WANT IT
BULLETIN WANT ADS
S1 CENT AN DVANCE LESS THAA 15 CENTS
` MALE HELP WANTED FOR SALE
ARE YOU SICK OR CRIPPLED?
A few treatments of CHIROPRAC
L T1C will relieve you. At any rate
t give it a trial. Quit drugs. Avoid
t the operation. See Flora W. Emery,
Room 9, Silver Bow block.
WANTED-Ambitious men to pre
pare for promotion. Apply In
ternational Correspondence School,
basement, No. 1 West Broadway.
:THE R'IBBER SHOP-- . u b b er
goods repaired. Rubber boots
Sand shoes resoled. No. 5 North
r Montana street.
\ANTED IBY OCTOIBERl 1-A
S nurse, at the 1\liiners' Union hospi
tal at Sand Coulee, TMont., said nurse
to take care of building, act as dis
pensary nurse subject to doctor's
orders, and take care of such patients
as may be admitted -- (never more
than three.) The building is heated
by stoves, but has all modern toilet
facilities and rtunning water. Parties
inltrested, apply to Secretary of
Hospital Board, IBox 92, stating ex
perience, references and wages de
1O1 EiINT 2-room house, c(hicken
IIhoitue, o e-acre garden, good
range; $12 ( per month; No. : car
line. Box I, Bulletin.
DE i SIRAB -Il outsildo rooms, all modl
O! rn cOnvenie.ltes. Rates reasotn
Sabile. Miners and students solicited.
" 421 \V. Galena.
oi FIlt) iENT 'I'-Tio 4-room houses,
, luodetrn. iturlnihe.d. 728 andl 710
iMadison st. Call ,On S. Gaylord.
iTll .1IE-root house for rent; furni
ture for stale. altoiget.hter or by the
piece. 141 Iorlldinlall st.
S11:I HA )OtI.l-S conmpletely furnished for
, housekeeping; nice bright rooms.
l 231 lE. Granite st.
MONEY Tu LOAN
MONEY advanced on Liberty bonds.
dialmonds, watches, jewelry and
rother articles of value; sqttuare deai.
Peoples: Loan office, 28i/2 E. Park.
GI'ET YOUR MtONEY at 3 per cent ot
diamonds, watches, Jewelry, Lib
it erty bonds. Mose Linz, Upstairs
e Jeweler. Two entrances-Main anm
I MONEY LOANED on diamonds.
l watches, jewelry and Liberty bonds
e eat a reasonable rate of interest. The
- Old Reliable. I Simon, 21 N. Main
t \ANT to iy four 3-room flats.
d lilst b bath for ea ch, close iu,
soulth or west. Phone | .14.-,I.
SECOND-IIAND) FURNITURE AND
ranges. City Furniture Exchange,
206 E. Park street. Phone 6459-W.
What is Chiropractic? Newest and
greatest science for removing the
cause of disease. Dr. J. D. Long and
l)r. B. V. Long, 126 Pennsylvanip
Building. Phone 4077-W.
or SOFT DRINKS
T'ii ('ANTEE'N, No. 11 S. Montana
streett , soft dtriinks of all kinds,
Icigars and tobaeeo.
RESTAURANT, good location, good
trade, terms; also meat block and
big heating stove suitable for store
room. Inquire 2461, E. Park st.
I HAVE 150 chickens, old and young
for sale. Come and get them.
Three blocks east of Lake Avoca.
The Green Coop.
FOUR-ROO00 house and furniture,
in good condition; reasonable;
parties leaving city. 59 Bennett
THREE rooms of furniture, cheap;
one Singer machine, range, heat
ing stove, two beds, chairs, rug. 81
BLACKSMITtI'S TOOLS FOR SALE
Shop for rent; splendid location.
Inquire 749 N. Main. Phone
JEWELRY and secona-hand cloth
ing for sale at Uncle Sam's Loan
Office, 11 S. Wyoming street.
12-GA-UGE, double-barrel hammer
less hultgun. Tripp Novelty Works
110 W. Galena.
NIGHT AND DAY SCAVENGERS
For cily and county-Vaults and
cesspools a specialty. Perry &
Paton. 1037 Maryland avenue. Phone
HAVE your children's hair out at
E. J. Swaldner's barber shop,
133% W. Broadway.
Second Hand Goods Bought
HIGIHEST prices paid for second
hand clothing, shoes, tools, Jew
elry, etc. New and second hand
goods for sale. Globe New and
Second Hand Store. Phone 5140-J.
4 South Wyoming.
WANTED to buy, second-hand fur
niture and stoves. Union Furni
ture Exchange, 248 E. Park, phone
HIGHEST PRICE paid for old cloth
ing, shoes, hats, trunks, tools.
THAT old hat-Make it look like
new at the Nifty Hat Shop, 86%
East Park St.
DUT'I'E Taxi and Baggage, taxicabs
and touring cars. Day and night
calls I romptly attended to. Phone
100, 48 1/ E. Broadway.
tXPRIESSM1AN'S headquarters. Ex
pressmen when you want them.
MADAME GUY, spiritualist, meets
every Sunday, Tuesday, Friday at
101 E. Granite. downstairs.
dCLEANERS AND DYERS
4MERI.CAN Dyeing & Cleamng Was.
1341 Harrison ave. Phone 1I1
CLEANING. pressing and repairing.
W. F. Van Weel, 843 Utah ave.
CASCADE Tailors and Dyers, 164 W.
Granite st.. phone 2106.
FIVE THOUSAND WORKERS
wanted to buy $5 worth of stock
in The Bulletin Publishing Co.
SHOE SHINE PARLOR
WORKING Peoples' Shoe Shining
parlor, 10e a shine. 28 West
MONTANA AUTO P.A I N T IN G
Co. Now open. Expert work
manshin. Popular prices. Cars
called for and delivered, also s'or
age. Retouching. Revarnishing.
112 E. Galena st., upstairs
FOR SALE-VICTOR AND COLUM-I
bia records sold at half price; also
nxchaliSed for a dime. 329% 'S.,