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Ther Ho;e of
Mechanic.' Fine Tools,
Parns, Wtindow Glass,
Plumbing and Electrical
Phone 956. 221 E. Park.
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* Er'YrT OAL
Z10 E.,T PARK ST.
Em .. and especially
hought in Butte
b by tlradifr with the
I - t G
m use soviqh on goods
P y r. Os~ src. OUr revised a
V riLcs r:.rc OwSard. U
S co :ts . . ..'0
,au curja. h cs n3r0
Smei , aGlovei s .ord oo 75as
'-: .! ,$1.50
!..xc'. .: v w. . .''viie l *
O creW SIS$035i
'- 2. ,ise urnion suits,
i. . ..35c
- a ,ndis hdoes $1.00
2R R. a.h bags $16.50
,-t i b -e ds, 'p'c r doz., 50
S"0 t.: ist s2u5
, o cotton, 3 ba ,,lls
` -c. . . . . .. . -2 ' l5 0
r t l ,i :, handkerchiefs,
, $1.00 ladies' boudoir caps
,7c gWents' handkerchiefs,
a 2 for .. ..25c
ANAUDA 5TAGE I
G e. Au., n > iria O1 -ry evenil F g
a io al< of ii-at ftron Butte at
vi, s iJLM PrD Oop. Is
6 p;. , ariving at Philipsburg
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SAY i Y, .ii: S W 'V 1 IN C ITI..I+L1I'PNI
THO.MAS E. JOYCE
'PIANFO UtXTE pR AND iEPAI(RER
lHteadquart, rs, Hunt Piano Co.
\AY YOL S1\,_ IT IN IIL'Ti.II'l'IN
316 East Park, Anaconda,
! ol.', Ice cream, soft drinks of all
Skinds, good assortment of cigars,
cigarettes. tobacco and candy.
STALL NO. 13.
5Kerrigan & Huber.
eu andI \Vhil ,tial! (_:ream
M.ilrice Eiagan, Prop.
When in Great Falls visit the Rex
E"peBiaUY caters to the working class
1: Third St. South
Jr. First National Bank
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reinfoilrcd by special policemen, Ioi
g 1niz zd to help pi l\reserve'l' ordl .1
I'I'Otc('1tionl. P1''omlisedl .
lDevelolpments. in the situaltion dur-
ing lihe day included:
i .ltut llncelmlenll t by County Attor
ney A. V. Shottwell that hle wouild (toi
overy:hing in his plowr to fix tlh,,
responsibility for the rioting antd 1o
Istar I 1 losecution1s.
I inlanco of a 0 proclamalltion by
Liutll 'n-ant Colonel west, conlnllll l
dtir at Iort Onlaha, prOllising ]ri
S teetion to all, anti asking that fir ,-
a3 imts be givenl to the police or mili
I Annlounclement, by deputy c(lulnb
I !lol'nl ys tha:t tlhose responslible flilt
, the rioting, if Ilapprehended, \voult
I face grave charges.
11The sIlltiolning of federal troops
I neatr 1the hospital where Miayor i S;1illh
lies sul [ffei ng fr'o m inj uri eIs rcei\('lV .
1 ('ond it ion Satisfactory.
Announcement by Mayor Sinitii's
i p yI 'iini tllhat his conldition wisi veti y
a t isf:l i.i l'y
I lIna- i uratio by local authott itieb
Iof Ipr'catutions to guard against [
fres'-h (1 ltblreak of the trouble, i:'
clu1ditlt ransportiatioi of naci,!
lpriso ers in jail here to the slaiti
iI ilittl tiariy at Litncoln. l
Whil ile critiicism was heard tlodayli ;
iithat :lhre was lack of leaders hip in
il (, o'-ga izationll of the forcel t co tlll
bating Ilh mnob, reports indicaft.d
1 1that, t1111 p lllce did not "q i it clhll"
as l'p li or t i 'd.
Troops Fired On.
Tii'oops I tl aioll d 1 iln the h rtil ofi
thi ngrn district were fired nn b.y
n'groI t yesterday. 1Th ' fire 'a.s t ..
l. llntl' bil 1 .1O e 1 Ž1 tS ill jured.
with tertain e1llteme ts in the cily
Sllo ol I ilt l itioiy he has bIeel i'ou' i1111
Wi orhnliiized labor.
S hi n the1 nhlol) iclosed in o1 l h11 11
last hiyt.ht. they s]houted: "Shoot
hint, h;ihg li l l. hei is no b.tter than
l nib 'r. I lI The nigIii l'gers elt't 11 1111hi 1'.
L it'; ;_ Int hi ntlc d 1then get si 1 oif
tlhe tI i of 111h* cily officials."
ai r'p ' ir'ts of 1 1 t 1he tionting esti
I;:iltlc~s irit l iilt! l llllilil r oll 1011 11
t. 1o persons we(Ii killed, one11
being \t illmi' Blirown, the negro who
was ly i lwd' I i anti tIhe other a w1 hi:e
1r 111 ; is b'liliev.'d to Ibe ClarncnCe
'lanc.-, a ,.; _"; a re1 ide' tt of Onili
l :l' rlt i o i'l' conl!' litilnlg ls to hal
itheI II lg ·t hold ofN l- th nll , gro wI loII
wai l tle' h t1 fo r a i ll hg1d isauilll'
t io',t a t';twhile girl, but is aid ihtl ai
'iit 0 i-i)-lon rsl in ti111 jat il I I 'lfn l 1
ll' ,. t n i - I'llr to l'l ll h 'l'l l lt Of I I, it ,l i
it'f r inliil(..<s of the prison had helen
tl111 n i' ih ' tool f 11 o. 0 ll iuildilli il I
Ill' i ll lii fi' 11 111 i I )I1't12 hv
Ihe fire, which "as st'arted by t, u1
ri ,w1 . 'T,1 I 1h 11lcriiT Itnd h is dip'u
i , '1 r, of i r t ' prii'o ln , wet' 1
tholtk l iitIh smoke flront the urIll l'
.irllit ll're, andll WV' unable to ir',
illll. dliPtery of tho negro It nt1 o
it ad r ', somill e i f who1 ll hai d c1one 1 )
!h!I i l top of the 1 l ilding t', get hint.
1'll ' It 1O-lt 1 T I N l. I lH ' gI-;Il).
Linc,;in, Nib., Sept. ,l .- Tw,,iy
fi\t fl1t pll'i-Oln '' lol1'o''11 lIh' lonIlt
il Unl tht were t' brotmil l l,.re lX -
night trd ;Ike ti It) tllihe alte pelni
lt 'nt 1ia' l 1ot 1',laf l keepinig. 'Th't litih
I er, tll l l nI ,ll i' i pairs aI id g u'lla d
ttd Ity threw deph ut :'hriffus. Two of
Slihe aligro e5l s wel'1 setrving jail sn-1
te'es alnd 2:1 were being hhld for
Siviats for 1 l'iOll:; io ,l' ilti: l fl'o ti Ir m 1'
1der Ito 1 s1; ,t'riOl'u. offetml'. 11.
i sl , fill i t Ilhe n1 ( igru priso1.-1 tr1l;
I v. t' l'r:tl U( Illl I'gi'o I 1'1 n l and
tlomll'li ai'ri lld in Lincoln M(ondaiy.
'1'11'4 N\lG(HOEI, I,1'\ ' ,I !.
0 o1lnig nil ,'ry, Ala., Ii ,pt. :1011. Two
iet roI " Miles , hii f lr' a 1d li;ibrl
(tu'sk,,, the iittr' a discharlgd sol
tlier, vitt'i' a l;t¢en front the co'o lntty of-i
i'iei h. a 11 ll lil, 1inito l'l' 0lo t
,cOllti r\ last' M Oliday alId ;:.hot tot
lhadth by "i mlch of about 25 in;s"ked
itll. tlllll h I t e'X t'o' wi th' charged t
Will h ln\ ilg as;tultled \vhite w.'olu li,
T'i' No iltogroe, - \'i't' heing taI1ken
I," thl sial,.' pe tll e iary it \W' -
IltIll 'n, I'll' ,1. k1' o l ilee' g h m \h] l -n the
lIo I il up i l h t. l lomobie c10rr1int
thet and forced the co.luity tt" lf iitl,
to aut ,rendlid l tith ir airmsi l ed I hi n~- .
iiMELIA AND DU1JAN
RAID ANOTHER JOINT
Spiwial Officers Melia and Duggan
Sof the cOuily attorney's "(dry squad"
raided a gamibling joint at 4Mt0 East
Granite streIet lat night. Tlhey ar
r'ested six players, three tables aitnd
several chairs, takinlg the whole sei.
ure to the courthouse. The ga'nes
were in progress anid mone0y Was on0
the tables. say the officers, and no
mistake is possible.
C(AIltPE'I'NTI. SUSTAINS INI IlIES
H. G. Abraham, a carpenter resid
ing at 1648 Sampson street, was
painfully injured about the back
when a scaffold on which he was
working at East Park and Arizona
street, fell with him. The staging
was about 12 feet above the pave
mcul. Abraham was rushed to the
city emergency hospital.
Lamb Spurned This Record
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Signature of soldier.rC7 1 ~~ CI~~?,·A~~,~
AN[ INI ( .
honorable Discharge from the UInited States JirmW
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
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MARMORALE'S ENLISTMENT RECORD
lhi I v, i a ltpltll(tiion o"f SergaIlnIl i it y record, de
liiti \w.iR , w h Iih l. i i t it -rm .'pr ( 1 Cizl(-l aii in lhe Unit'ied Stales s d was
(,li -ue siU >. (1il il liH Rpn i -Qlli i, ha 1 , 110 w 1,AHS l 0iromeol(. in J, 113. 1918,
) .t ( fw lir l) an illl tn () ld ,r, l l to ay as itcl' l, y s, o s hi e
l t- fi-ipalted in I lt' iaittlis oif (hcctean Thiiit-rry, Alsaca. a y elilcitl and
V\-rdcn; U tl itne was i. i.,iluided an id dii bhlel 25 per cent: thatll hoe had
llevet'" 11i n a.'Il it witlt ilh l ieave nir had incurrd.ll punishment llil li anyt
thir il l 'r tiions tif lilltlary ltaw (11 (1d that the clii'ilircter of hi.s l rvice:l
DECLINES INVITATION TO SIT IN
AT"ROUND TABLE" CONFERENCE
rliulffo.lo tI,; lu . ;; ' n a . -! I' . l. : .O. J ohn o I l r pres nilliv s
ID I i r, l im a l: i tll : I' th lil.it d utline Il n his Iltitr of del lilttiiiO n hli de
\Voic't , - t'I .'I.- i-i-ca, ha;. wril.t ll toli elaltrdl ia lack of coi fi d 'te in
i 'l il r tid ti (0 t,i- i ,ri of tho AtI' i' i(it t i' -i i .tll t'-,s oi' the coniil rl fni e to i rf
IPoede rcltion of Labl or, dec]lining':; i, `'("1 f t nn', 'lution of lln bor's probl!ll
invitatioi Ito it ill at 1'it.e;iill-ntl \',''l -; I l i.:ttila ic.ion with tlihe lielson
soi's "oIil d t able" di:a.l'to' . i i ti t conference were ai i .ng
which ol l alt I ashilon. O(,t. I; :.' ies assignced by Mir. Lewi:t s
Mr. Lewiis it bteen selected :;'l , .s : i,.r i. lfusail to act.
BELIEVE ME, I
Hal v the pwettiest lirne of
Ine'l's Willtel l II nd''w'r.e , I Iilnd
the gr.itest \Vhilurs in this
whole city. Tomorrow is
goingi to It uIdl:\rw\ ulr clday
at mlly stor--illlking~ a sp'
cial oIff,-r on a he IaVyl\ ight
grey wool mixe('d lunionl suit
for $2.13. It's fully 'worth
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mm IALY BANK BLDG.
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Result. Phone 52.
._,d I D N DUD GAN WALK
IN ON ALLEGED GAMBLERS
\ lh nl, roll of $10, a qulantity of
c(hill.: so.',ev I decks of cards. lhrleO
tables antf eight participants in an al
hle d gambling game fell to the nets
of special Officer Jack 31elia and
Jack l)tuggan last night, when the
two made l; raid on a place at 4t00
East 'alrk street. Laukala 1lets and1.
enrly Ilan hala, the proprietors, who
also we're alleged to have beeln deal
i'ig, were jdailed. as were six 1en10 said
to hluve b(een playing.
DEPITY AUDITOi DIES
Iert MIcLoon, deputy county audi-j
tor. died yesterday afternoon at
i)('acolless' hospital, as the result of
an operation for appendicitis per
,formed last Thursday. 'Mr. 1McLoon
was a native of Missouri. 12 years
of aig, an ad had resided in 11tte
about 19 years. He is survived by'
one brother, William MIcLoon of
Ilutte, nl aunt in Now York and two
uncles in St. Louis.
OE VALERIA WILL
Attorney Murray Receives
News That Irish Chieftain
Will Reach Here Novem
ber 7 for a 24-Hour Stay.
Butte will he honored with a sce
end visit from Eamonn De Valera,
president of the Iris:h repIublic, ac
cording to information received by
Attorney Jaimes E. Murray. Present
advices indicate that the Irish revo
lutionary hero will arrive in Butte
on the afternoon of Nov. 7, and will
remain until the following evening,
v when he will resume hlis second
journey to the Pacific coast.
Plans for the entertaihnment of the
Irish president will be held pending
ithe receipt of lthe wishe' of the dis
tinguished visitor. It is planned,
however, to hold lllass meeting in
his honor on the evening of )e
at Westmont Orchards, Darby, Mont.
tickers and packers stay away.-Ad
YES WE HAVE!.
I Always a few
STailored Suits I
I uncalled for. And we most *
likely have your size. On *
these suits we can save *
you from U
Y$1o0 to $2 0
You should know there is a
* something about a tailor- I
ed suit that makes it last U
longer. We have 6 spe- "
cial priced overcoats.
* Ask to see them. m
THE BIG 4 IS THE
BIG STORE WITH THE
l SMALL FRONT I
I 17 WEST PARK ST.
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WE ARE NOW BOOKING
for winter use at
We will begin delivery
next week. No better po
tatoes on the market.
i STALL 42
Thursday Is Sales Day
All orders reduced 5c and
10c, except ham, egg or
Buckets 30c on Thursday,
other days 35c.
328 N. WYOMING.
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NO 3 W. PARK.
For your fresh hot pop
corn and peannts.
Fine line of chewing gum.
Our place is small, so it you
don't see what you want, ask
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DR. L. V. MORAN
Optometrist and Optician
Try my $5 glasses. Guaranteed
or money refunded.
Room 104 Pennsylvania Block.
Open 9 a. in. to 6 p. m. 7 to 8:80.
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FRED P. YOUNG
JEWELER AND ENGRAVER
All work guaranteed.
10 Years in Butte.
104 PENNSYLVANIA BLOCK
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SCHOOL ATTENDANCE IN
BUTTE IS COMPULSORY
A compulsory part-tinme school has
ieon started in Butte under govern
ment aid. The law enacted at the
last. legislature requires boys and
girls to go to school four hours a
week until the age of 18 is reached.
As the government pays half the ex
pense, only attendance at the public
school system will count; no credits
will be given for attendance at any
business college or private school.
The enrollment at the Washing
ton Junior high school has been well
started and the hours are from 8 to
9 in the morning, and 4 to 5 in the
evening, so as to make it as conveni
ent as possible for boys and girls
who go to work to attend school, but
the employers must see that the chil
dren attend and the law specifically
states that no salary shalf be de
ducted from the wages of the chil
dren while in attendance at the
FORMER METAL TRADES
MAN COMPLETES MISSION
J. C. Nelson, a member of the
Longshoremen's union of Seattle,
formerly a. member of Butte
metal trades, returned to his home
on the coast last night, accompanied
by Mrs. Nelson, after burying their
five-months-old son here late last
Mrs. Nelson had been visiting
friends in Butte, when her baby be
came ill and died. Mr. Nelson was
summoned and arrived here in time
for the funeral.
Mr. Nelson declared that the One
Big Union movement is gaining
ground rapidly on the coast, and
said that in a short while all crafts
there will be members of the organ
BUTTE BOY DIES WHILE'
ON TRAIN COMING HOM[
'Taken suddenly ill while on 1
train en route to his home in Butte.
Howard Carlson, eon of Mr. and
Mrs. Swend Carlson, 511 South Main
street, died in a hospital at Spokane
to which he had been removed, Sun
day night. News of the young man's
death was received yesterday by his
Young Carlson was attending the'
Oregon Agriculture college at Cor
aiiis, Ore., when his hea:lth failed.
iie wis advisvid to return homne by a
physician, and was on his way to
Butte when he became unconscious
just before the train reached Spo
kane. The body arrived in Butte
iMrs. C. A. Crawford of Hamilton
antd Mrs. \William Evans of Toronto.
Canada, air visiting friends in this
Go to Woody-Doull Drug company
for all your drugs. Remember
Woodruff's Headache Special and
Homemade Liver Pills, 29 South
Pearl Smith and Ann Larson of
Great Falls are visiting But to
Mrs. E. S. Stackhouse of Thomll
son Falls is mnaking a brief visit in
$100 reward will be paid to any
one proving we do not put in the
best main spring for $1. Mayer, 87
North Main street.-Adv.
.1. \V. Ilesser and I. C. Ilees of
Whitelall are spending a few days
Mrs. M. Shuntvay of Manhattan
is enjoying a shopping tour of Bulto.
J. E. Burnell of MAonida arrived in l
luttle last evening for a brief visit.
Dr. C. M. Eddy, dentist, 204-20b
Pennsylvania block. Phone 40.5-W
Ed C. Chapman of I)eer Lodge is
spending a few days in this city.
Jack Harrington of Harlowton is
nmaking a short visit in Butte.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Rice of Lolo are
visiting friends in this city.
Washington Market. Ground bone
7 pounds for 25c.-Adv.
C. B. Fairchild of Divide is look
ing after business matters here.
Miss Gladys Webb of Salmon, Ida..
arrived in lutte last evening.
M. 1). Jordan of Great Fails is a
business visitor in this city.
Miss Josephine irwin of Dillon is
the guest of Butte friends.
l)r. W. Cotton of Forsyth is in
Butte on business.
Mrs. E. O. Selway of Dillon is
shopping in Butte.
TEN lOIN MARINES.
Sergeant H. E. Nale of the Butte
marine corps recruiting office
signed up the following 10 men dur
ing the last 30 days:
George W. Babbas, George Cu,;
ninghlim. Thernman Mardue, Harry
A. Allen. Leon C. Foote, Doguld I.
Steel. Philip A. Lowe. George .
William, Harry E. Walker and Jolh:
ALUMNI TO M3EET.
The irst regular meeting of the
Butte High School Alumni associa
tion will be held tomorrow evening
in the high school auditorium. The
organization of the association was
effected early this morning. It is
said there are 5,000 persons in Butte
eligible to membership.
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
Tlie Ideal or German
heater is the only suc
cesslul downi - draft
stove that has stood the
test for almost a half a
century. It's elie world's
All parts are matde ex
Ira heavy, are securely
dlled andi riveted It
gelthcr doors are mill
edl and fitted air-tightt;
filly gluaraltoeed anid
will hold fire 48 hours
-the most richly nick
el trimmed, the most
showy and massive, and
Iy far the most elabo
rate aid best heating
stove the world has
Th.e Big Furniture Store
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* 1 o ~et Ihe best *
shoes, g I o v e s, g
mills, uldi(lec'weari, l
Sione-tllhird less tihan
*" at iiv n olher I)place
S ill ((OW is at
I Early's i
s MiP prICOeS have, m
tbeen reduced to a
poidl \ii ere i you
cantnot resist put- a
X ting iii a st ock of,
* I hose excellent i
Srices l have lbeen
ut io I lie Ibone.
Come and look
over our stock and *
3 you will buy. S
: 717 E. FRONT ST.
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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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BULLETIN SOLD AT
EXCHANGE SOFT DRINK
Hannas Suhr, Prop.
101 South Main Street
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Use Bulletin Want Ads.
Bulletin Phone No. Is 52