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THE MAGIC OF IT
Will be apparent, very easily,
when applied to any sore chest, or
tenacious cold in muscles--Rheu
matism, muscular twinges, stiff
MAGIC LUNG SALVE
Made in Butte, by Butte peo
ple, for those peculiar Butte colds.
W.1ODY-DOULL DRUG CO.
e9 So. Main St;, Butte, Mont.
Vll~re `bronchial tickling, and
dl~ coughing occur-the Germi
cidal Lung Specific, should be
used in conjunction with The
Magic Lung Salve.
This was Edd Heuser's special
cough specific, tried out in Butte
for the past 20 years. It is now
even better than, formerly corn
....Sold only at 29 So. Main Street,
AT REASONABLE PRICES
Best Gold Crowns ............-$5.00
Best Porcelain Crowns ...... $5.00
Bridge work per tooth....$5.00
Full Set of Teeth ..............$8.00
Gold, Silver and Porcelean
fillings according to size and
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Patients are carefully and
conscientiously treated. Best
up-to-date methods in painless
20 Years at the Same Old Stand
Careful and skilled dentists
Montana Dental Co.
THE OLD RELIABLE OFFICE
Phone 780-J. 114w N. Main St.
Have your teeth examined free
Pianos, Player - Planos,
Phonographs or anything
musical visit the
Howard Music Co.
Home of the Steinway and
genuine Pianola piano
Have you a friend that
eats at Handley's?
ASK H I M W H Y!
2191/2 N. MAIN ST.
Our line of men's merchandise is
being sold at prices that never
were so low. in Butte. Fine line
MONTANA CLOTHING AND
108 South Arizona Street.
Out of the High Rent District.
PONY CHILI PARLOR
Our Chili Always the Best.
Chili and Tamales put up to
88 % East Park St.
WESTERN CASH MEAT
P. Reusch, Prop. Phone 5127-R
We handle but the best. Can sell
for the least.
2410 HARVARD AVE.
BULLETIN SOLD AT
EXCHANGE SOFT DRINE
Hannas Suhr, Prop.
101 South Main Street
&:F. T. Cash Grocery
',NE MOST FOR YOUR
027 E. ;aIlena. Phone 5215-W.
G OL PEN WEST CAFE
The Workingman's Cife
WM TRE1AT YOJ. RIGHT.
:27 SOUTH MAIN STREET
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
1 oue, photo it-ukeS an Ideal gift.
We . hav l q sty1rs to off .e
-e Luznune, MVr.
Pii k Street.
TYPHUS SPREA S
Red Cross Commissioner to
Siberia Tells of ,ealth
Conditions Caused by Ad
(By Mail to the United Press.)
Tokio, Nov. 22.-- -Col. I. B. Teus
hr. A. B. C. commissioner for Si
beria, declared, on his arrival here,
that sanitary conditions and the in
creasing spread of typhus, typhoid
and recurrent fevers are the most
imnportant proolems facing the Amer
ican lied Cross.
Teusler, said the outlook for the
spread of typhus is much more seri
ous 1his. year due to the colla pse of
the IKolchak offensive and the con
seqluent increase in the number of
people fleeing before the bolsheviki t
advance. lie reported there were
6f.000 cases of typhus in Irkutsk and I
3,000 more at a point near there.
PRESBEYIERS OFF ACAIN
ON SPREE OF REFORM
(Special United Press Wire.)
New York. Dec. 27.----The Presby
lerniil church has entered the fight
to bring about world-wide prohibi
Iion and to abolish the cigarette. In
its annual progralli of reformi an
uolnced here, it was stated the
church would work of the following:
Thie eliminal.tion of the brewer andll
distiller in foreign fields; the aboli
tion of thlie cigarette, a study of
malllriage and divorce problems, re- ]
gulation of theaters and dancing and -
closer suptlervision of lmotion pictures,
Ch(ristianizat.ion aiid hulnianizatiotn
of plenal institutions, the elimination i
of social dliseases and the use of nar
cotic drugs and alcohol inl the home,
ai.o also included in the Presbyterian
world reforinm pr)ogl'ram.
"The eslpecial target for attach
will lie the cigarette, which become I
en firmly entrenched durilng the
war,'" the annlounlceimient declared.
CITY OiDERED TO PAY
COST OF REHEARING
In an order issued Friday by i,
,Iudgi Edwin Lambnl, lhe city is or
dered to defray all costs and dis
burslnelnt s incurred by Martin
Scahill. a member of the Butte police
force, in petitioning for and obtain
ing a writ of review of the plroctfeed
ings of the trial board of the city
Scalhill. who was found guilty'by t
the trial hoard of buying a warrant
fromn anol.htlhr miemtLber( of the police
departmentl, was ordered resitored to
the force as the result of a. rehear
ing of the proceedings, conducted by
ACTION IS TAKEN UNDER tD
ADVISEMENT BY BOURQUIN ti
Hlelena, Itec. 27.- Judge Bour- sl
quin, here yesterday, took under ad
viseinent the action of the Montana
merchants who seek to have the Mon- 1)
tana Tr'l'ade commission enjoined from
enforcing order No. 4, which re
quires that cost tags be put on all i
merchandtise sold. It was indicated
by the court that no decision could
be expected before the regular term Ib
of court, which opens on Jan. 5.
The Montana Trade commission
was represented by Attorney G(eneral I
8. C. Ford and M. H. Gunn of Hel
ella. retpresented the ImUerchanllts.
Briefs will be filed by both sides.
MEN AIfESTED IN BUTTE
WANTEO IN MINNEAPOUS
According to information received
by the local police from Minneapolis
autIhorities, tle two 1lfenl, Eugene
Olson and Donald Vasnderve. who p
when arested last. Monday had valu- a
able jewelry and old coins in their n
possession, are wanted ill Ihal city. b,
Following their arrest the men -
were discovered attempting to make
their escape from the city jail by
loosening the1 bolts in their cell.
The IIIOn were transferred to the
count y jail where they will remain,
pending further adviccs from Miin
IN BUTTE CIRCES
Theosophical society, Leonard
hotel. West Granite street.
"Dreams and the Dreamer" will be
the subject of the lecture by H. P.
Goertzen Sunday evening at 8:15.
'The rooms are open every WVednes
iday afternoon froim 2:00 till 5:00.
Free study class Tuesday evenings
Emanuel Lutheran church, south
east corner of Maontana and Silver
streets, D. N. Anderson, pastor.-
Services in Swedish at 10:45 a. m.
and in English at 8 p. in. Sunday
school at 12:15 p. m. Watch night
service New Year's eve at 9:30
Bethany English Lutheran church,
Gladstone and Edwards streets.
Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.,
conducted by Rev. P. A. ,Fair of
Helena. Sunday school at' 12 o'clock
-- , s ka a -
WN. I. MIcCure and S. It. Sulas of
Philiplsburg are attending to busi
1Jess miatters in the city.
nMrs. Berg Christensen and Mrs.!
Albert Anderson of Dillon are
shopping in Butte.
Mr. and Mrs. it. T. Wilson ofi
Bozetcan are visiting friends in the
Go to Woody-Doull Drug company
for all your drugs. Remember
Woodraff's Headache Special andl
Homemade Liver Pills, 29 South
Mrs. J. A. MeKenger of Havre is
spending a few days in Butte as the
guest of friends.
Clarence L. McCracken of Salmon,
Ida.. is attending to business affairs
Mrs. W. Raymond of Sheridan is
visiting friends and shopping in the
$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.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Williamson of
Great Falls are visiting friends in
F. S. Adkins of Pony is attend
ing to business matters .in Butte.
Mr. and Mrs E. L. Sawyer of Hel-F
ena are visiting friends in the city.i
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Crosom of Liv
ingston are visiting Butte friends.
Joseph C. Alt of Helena is attend
ing to business affairs in the city.
C. A. Fox of Deer Lodge is attend
ing to business'matters in Butte.
Dr. C. M. Eddy, dentist, 204-205
Pennsylvania block. Phone 4025-W.
George H. Shanley of Great Falls
i'~ a business visitor in the city.
11. C. Gorff of Victor is in the city
attending to business affairs.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Mengel of Dil
Ion are visiting Butte friends.
J. C. Daly of Helena is in the city
attending to business affairs.
A. C. Meyers of Missoula is al
business visitor on business.
J. A. Crowley of Lewiston is a
business visitor in the city.
Mrs. A. L. H-ennesy of Great Falls
is visiting friends in Butte.
Mrs. H. L. Korn of Harlowton is
visiting friends in the city.
Mrs. Will Clarke of Helena is
visiting friends in Butte.
Chris Lorenson of Bozeman is a
Butte business visitor.
W. D. IHusttead of Helena is a busi
ness visitor in tdle city.
G. A. Loasby of Big Timber is in
the city on business.
Harry H. Smith of Anaconda is in
the city on business,
Lief Fredericks of Missoula is in
the city on business.
Mrs. I. B. Miles of Piedmont is
shopping in,iButt e.
Louis Toreson of Hall is a Butte
John Tookey of Bozeman is in the
city on business.
I). Mahagin of Alder is a Butte
Lou Noble of Whitehall is a Butte
Si'SPE('TS l IRESTEID.
Two colored ien were taken into
custody Friday morning by Detective
larkltn and Lieutenant Dwyer on a
charge of robbing Dr. Quong Pon,
Chinese physician several days ago.
Itob Johnson, colored was taken
into custutly several days ago on a
charge of complicity in the robbery.
Iegular busines.s meeting of the
Pearse-Connolly club Sunday. Dec. 28,
at 2 o'clock i. m. at 318 N. WVyo
ning. Election of officers. All nene
lers requested to attend.---Adv.
In the Liberator for December
Two remarkable "Leftward Ho!"
photographs of by Walter G. Ful
Robert Smillie, ler, a story of the
the great British British Trades
Labor Leader, MLnion Congress
and his message held in Glasgow
of greeting to the la September,
workers of Amer. describing Smillie
ica. in action.,
- "The Cossack in America, by Art Young
"Pittsburg or Petrograd" by Floyd Deli.
I ("Will the A. F. of L. fight or surrender?")
An amazing personal narrative by Robert-Minor of his recent mysteri
ous arrest in Paris, revealing the existence of an International Police.
On" te news staMsi 2)0c. Liberator.' 34 Union Square, New York
Sctlosed find $.... Sand the Liberator,
$2 a y ar. $1 for 6 month! eginning with the -- ---------- w r .
Sts ard., ............---.---- ---- ----....
Use ths card, zbjs° ! d res ... _ - ----~i·--- ...
Land Offer to County
Commissiors for Flying
Field $Bei Given the
Once- Over- ,
Judge Joseph R. Jackson, who
was called upon, to appoint a board
of appraisers in the rnutter of the
purchase of ground for a publicly
owned aviation field, yesterday after-,
noon named Charles E. Nevin, E. S.
Sleinon and Thomas Driscoll to
serve on that board.
The county comtnissioners were
presented with a proposition last
Monday by a committee represent
ing the Good Roads association, the
South Side club and the chamber of
commerce and the matter was . at
that time taken under advisement
b1y the commissioners. with the
promise that they would make their
return on the proposition Saturday.
Definite steps regarding the action
of the county in this mIatter will be
made known just as suon as the
appraisers make their report to the
countliy attorney and thi :ounly coih
It is the opinion of the county at
Itorney in regara to the purchase of
this ground ty the county cotmtis
sioners that they haie authority,
which may be construed as for the
use of the public comifort: welfare
and safety and it is believed that
tinder this provision, theli board has
power to purcnase groutnd in the
name of Silver Bow c.ounty for the
use of a public-owned aviation field.
The land which is being consid
ered, is an to-acre plot of ground,
located near ILake Avoca, lying due
south of the aviation field which was
used by the flying circus last s-tring,
and which is considered by the cotu
mnissioners as an ideal location for
an aviation field. The land is
owned by W. 11. McQuteny and is
offered for slte to the county comn
missioners by W. Mce.'. White. who
holds an option an n te property.
Mr. White's ioption is for thie sull
of $4,750 and in case tihe figures o1'
the board of appraisers are below
that, the commissioners will have no
authority to make the purchase at
Mr. White's ptrice. The option which
is held by Mr. White expires this
evening and it is exl)ccted the ap
praisers will report :;telltine during
OHAIiNACE 0IS ilCT ON
SOUTH SIDI PLINNEU
The drafting forces in the offices
of the city department of public
works are busy on plans for the con
struction of a great drainage district
on the south side, hi an attempt to
eliminate the annual spring floods,
which result from the melting snows
and rains on the main range. The
project proposed will be of sufficient
size to safeguard south side homes
from flood waters which do thou
sands of dollars worth of damage
According to E. J. Strasburger,
commissioner of public works, it
will not be possible to begin work
on the drainage district before next
summer, because the city council
mnust first authorize the creation of
a special improvemeA-t district to
provide for installation of a drain
YOUTH 0CES TO JAIL
TO LEARN C000 TRADE
(By Ui ted Press.)
Mandau, N. D)., Dec. 28.---The
North I)akota Training School here
is perhaps the only reformlatory in
the country with a voluntary inmate
---a sixteen-year-old boy committed
by his own request.
A chance to earn an honest liv
ing-to specialize in a trade---was
what this orphaned boy of Cass
county wanted. Itis only opportun
ity seemed to be the industrial school
of the state reformatory and he
sotlght admittance through the juve
nile commissioner. His plea was
granted tand he was enrolled. the
term to e~xpire at any time he ,wishes.
NTRIJ,.tTIfl7' NTI JJ MVS 1O1 XVS
IIIS1NS ANig PRNES
:RELEASED TO OWNE
The goods seized by Jack Melia
several months ago from a warehouse
operated by John Valli, which con
sisted of more than four tons of evap
orated raisins',and: several hundred
Sounds of prunes, were released yes
terday afternoon on the, filing of
$.1,000 bond by Valli with the su
"preme court" of Montana.
At the same the raisins and prunes
were seized, a' large amount of wine
and brandy was also taken 'on a
charge of violation of the prohibition
laws. A hearing which was had be
fore Judge Edwin Lamb, on the re
turn of the seizure, resulted in an
order for the return of the confis
.cated goods, but execution of the or
ier was delayed by an appeal by the
Ltate to the supreme court. where
the case is ,:till pending.
.MAIET W. CT.1UNION
Butte W'oman's Christian Tent
perance union held its regular semi
monthly social meeting Friday af
ternoon in the Good Templars' hall,
215 North Main street.
The president, Mrs. A. L. Brad
shaw, presided and also gave her re
iort of the national convention of
.the organization at -St. Louis, which
she attended as a delegate. A ris
ing vote of thanks was given Mrs.
tradshaw for her excellent report.
Mrs. William K. Seward. Mrs. W.
E. Currah, Mrs. William Caldwell
and Mrs. Clara Ware also gave in
Refreshments were served by the
hostesses, Mesdames Bradshaw and
FAMOUS UNION GENERAL
IN CIVIL WAR IS DEAD
Saltinore, Dec. 27.--David L.
Stanton, a famous general in the
union army during the civil war,
died here yesterday at the age of 80
years, His grandfather, Elijah Stan
ton was a colonel in the colonial
forces during the revolutionary war.
General Stanton was brevetted a
brigadier general for gallantry in ac
tion at the battle of Five Forks, Va.,
and for many years until failing
health caused his retirement, was a
prominent figure at Grand Army en
BEGIN MAILING OF BLANKS
TO AUTOMOBILE OWNERS
Helena, Dec. 27.-Secretary of
State Charles T. Stewart will begin
the mailing out of application blanks
next Monday, to all automobile own
eors in the state. Mailing of these
blanks has been delayed in order to
relieve postal employes of added con
S gestion of the mails during the boll
These blanks should be made out
and promptly returned accompanied
by a money order or bank draft for
the amount of the license.
iCORONER'S JURY SAYS
i Anaconda, Deq. 27.--Following an
investigation in the matter of the
death of Joe Rodich, the boy who
was accidentally shot by Joe Os
tranich. his companion, while they
were shooting on Christmas day, the
coroner's jury sitting in the case, re
turned the following verdict:
-"The cause of death was shock
and exposure, following an accident
P"AYS FINE OF $20
FOR SLAPPING GIRL
George Benjamiu was fined $20
-by Magistrate Grimes yesterday for
Sslapping a young lady's face in a
loeal dance hall. The young lady
-appeared in court as complaining
witness. In imposing the fine, the
ajudge remarked that "it was too bad
that the girl did not have a big
brother who could attend to Ben
jamin in the proper manner."
4ussian Emissary at Copen
hagen Assets Further^Ne
gotiations Will Be Left to
(Special to the Bulletin.)
London. Dec. 28.--A Copenhagen
dispatch today quoted Maxim Lit
vinoff, Russian soviet emissary, as
placing the blame for the flaiure of
his negotiations with James O'Grady,
British M. P., upon the Briton.
"We'll now leave the, matter to
the red armies," the dispatch quoted
Lit vinoff as asserting.
O'Grady also has issued a state
ment on the breaking off of the ne
gotiations. the dispatch said. It
lquoted him as declaring that Litvin
off had demanded the release of all
soviet prisoners, in Denmark, 1-ol
land, Switzerland, Belgium and Ger
ninmany, and "wherever the British
Litvinoff insisted on dictating all
the terms for the proposed exchange
of nrisoners, the dispatch quoted
O'Grady as saying.
"No governumnt could accept
such an attitude," O'Grady said, ac
cording to the dispatch, and broke
off the negotiations.
l)enikine Speaks Warlike.
"I will never consent to peace
with bolsheviki," General Denikine,
commander of anti-soviet forces in
southern Russia, was quoted as say
ing in an interview with the Chron
icle's correspondent at Taganrog,
which was cabled here today.
"Our only trouble now is equip
ment," the interview quoted Deni
kine as saying, "We have plenty of
Helsingfors, Dec. 19.----The soviet
newspaper Izvestya of Moscow is
urging the soviet authorities to de
velop activity in the far north, .espe
cially to obtain a port on the Mur
mansk coast. If this can be accom
plished, commercial relations can be
entered into with Norway and
Sweden, thus practically neutralizing
the allied blockade of Russia, it
Esthonio Makes Offer.
Dorpat, Dec. 19.--According to
belated newspaper dispatches re
ceived here, Esthonia has agreed to
return arms to the northwestern
Russian army, and has promised to
participate in an attack on P'etrograd
if the allies and Admiral Kolchak
recognize the independence of Es
Other dispatches, however, state
that M. Poska, the Esthonian for
eign minister, would place the new
soviet buondary proposal before the
constituent assembly, with a view of
General Kostyaev, representing
the Russian soviet government,
brought a written proposal from
Moscow, replying to the Esthonian
communication conceding the town
of Narva. It asks for the neutraliza
tion of the N-arova river and the
withdrawal of the Esthonians ten
miles westward of their present po
1 -YEARH-OL BOY IS
RUN OVE BY TRUCK
William Lewis, 10-year-old boy
of 407 West Granite street, was run
over on.Granite street yesterday by
a truck belonging to the Montana
Triansfer company. Hie was sent to
the emergency hospital where it
was found he was more frightened
than hurt. According to witnesses,
one wheel of the truck passed over
the boy's legs, but due to the snow
being so deep, no bones were broken.
HIS fMIfORY F.. FAILED HI.I.
Dan Sullivan who was arrested on
West Park street Wednesday night,
following a fight with police offi
cers, was fined $10 by Judge Grimes
yesterday morning. Sullivan admit
ted being drunk but said he could
not remember anything that hap
pened after an early hour that eve
FINI) NEW MURDER MYSTERY.
(Special United Press Wire.)
Pontiac,-Mich., Dec. 27.---A human
arm, long and with skin of fine text
ure and with the hand twisted and
misshapen by a square wooden plug
driven through it, is furnishing the
basis for Pontiac's latest mystery.
It was the plaything of an alley dog
when a policeman first found it.
ARRESTED FOR THEFT.
The police, yesterday afternoon ar
rested Jerry Rowe on the charge of
stealing an overcoat. belonging to
Otto Sallonen, of 400 East Granite
S lAIJY GIRL ARRIVES.
'fM.', 'and Mrs. Otis Lee are the
proud parents of a baby girl which
arrived to brighten their home on
Special meeting Monday evening,
Dec. 29, 8 o'clock.-Adv.
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Our V'orkingman's Lunch
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cause we know what he wants.
WE TREAT YOU RIGHT
'and FEED) YOU RIGHT
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Clean, Warm Rnooms in
Sanm & John Kenoffel.
"Betwe(en you and the high cost
of living" stna(ds the
28 E. PARK ST.
Our eat word is Pure Food.
Special Attention to Miners'
22r5 E. PARK ST.
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TO EAT. TRY US.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
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.OSES MONEY GAM[IIN;
CHILORIEN ETNO TOYS
Fred Rask was assessed a fine of
;10 in police court yesterday morn
ng on a charge of vagrancy. Mrs.
lohn Rogers of 229 East Platinum
street was the complaining witness.
She stated that lier two children
vere compelleti to go without Christ
oas presents because lrz -husband
tad lost Iis.-monesb gambling in
Task's place of buslaess and, be
nase, of'the loss-h.,as uiablile to
ay for toys wrhich -were hiheld