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If.lO"WANiT WHAT YOU WANT WHEN YOU WANT IT
BULLETIN WANT ADS
SCENT N ADVANCE LESS THD 15 CENTS
MALE HELP WANTED
ARE YOU SICK OR CRIPPLED?
A few treatment pof OCHIROPRAC
TIC will relieve you. At any rate
give it a trial. Qtuit drugs. Avoid
the operation. See Flora W. Emery,
Room 9, Silvei Bow block.
THE RUBBER SHOP.
Goodrich "Highpress" rubber foot
wear. All rubber goods repaired
and vulcanized. 5 V. Montana st.
WANTED--Ambitious men to pre
pare for promotion. Apply in
ternational Correspondence School,
basement, No. 1 West Broadway.
WOMEN CAN SECURE EMPLOY
ment by callingat 601 Daly Bank
building. Phone 347. Mary E.
DESIRABLE outside rooms, all mod
ern conveniences. Rates reason
able. Miners and students solicited.
421 W. Galena.
FU R N ISHED housekeeping and
single rooms, $8 up; rent ex
changed for cabin. 619 Utah.
3-R1OOM furnished namoern house;
rent $14; 511 Kemper ave. Call
at. 533 E. Park st., rear.
TWO furnished housekeeping rooms
or a four-room house unfurnished.
612½ Alaska st..
4-ROOM brick house, unfurnished,
125 S. Grant, near Belmont mine,
NICE, CLEAN, STEAM-HEATED
room; rent reasonable. 316 N.
MODERN, quiet rooms, Phoenix
heat. The Christie, 22 N. Main
FOR RENT, for sale and other pla
cards at the Bulletin office.
EASEL and swing frames, oval
frames with convex glass, land
scapes and religious pictures. A
beautiful line of holiday china in
tea sets, cups and saucers, cake
plates and tea plates. Also cut glass
and table glassware. See our prices
before buying. Butte Picture Fram
ing company, 321 E. Park street..
Thos. F. Casey, Mgr.
FIVE THOUSAND WORKERS
wanted to buy $5 worth of stocl.
in The Bulletin Publishing Co.
THE CANTEEN, No. 11 S. Montana
street, soft drinks of all kinds
cigars and tobacco.
CLEANERS AND DYEh~
LADIES AND) GENT'S TAILOR
shop-Cleaning, press ag a..,,
pair. Work guaranteled. SPh.I u'
nor new management. 425½/2 East
CLEANING, pressing and repairing
expert alteration. 843 Utah.
AMERICAN Dyeing & Cleaning Wks
1341 Harrison ave. Phone 131.
QUICK SHOE REPAIR
1HE BOSTON HAT SHOP-Old hats
made like new. Ladies' and gents'
shoes repaired, dyed and shined.
Quick service. 118 North Main st
O. K. SHOE SHOP. First class re
pairing done at reasonable prices
Open evenings until 9. 125 Covert
THAT old hat-Make It look liki
new at the Nifty Hat Shop- 86%
East Park St.
bIARGAIN! P rty leaving city, must
sell fuel. groceries, furniture; im
mediate possession of 4-room house;
close in; rent $15. 119 E. Broad
SMOKE, "JustrIte" and "Army and
Navy" cigars; union made in your
own town. The Little P'lace, No. 3
JEWELRY and second-hand cloth.
ing for sale at Uncle Sam's Loan
Office, 11 S. Wyoming street. Phone
FURNITURE front housekeeping,
room; easy terms. Call 209, Penn
BARBER .shop will be sacrificed:
owner leaving town. 127 South
TIIREE pool tables in first-class
condition. Inquire 301 N. Main.
PERRY &- PATON, 1037 Maryland
avenue. Phone 4075-W.
WANTED - Men's and women's
clothes to be cleaned and pressed.
Montana Tailors, 425 North pain
MORGAN TRANS a4 }'Ulc
Delivery Co. Storage, tckin
and shipping.. Phone ,5.37. ,538 S
BUTTE Taxi and Transfer, 28% E
Broadway, phone 100. Taxicabs
and baggage trucks. Baggage chek
ed and stored. Day and night serv
HIGHEST price paid for used furni
ture and stoves. Union Furniture
Exchange, 248 E. Park; phone
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE ANI
ranges. City Furniture Exchange
206 E. Park street. Phone 6469-W
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY ADVANCIED on Liberty
bonds, diamonds, watches, jewel
ry and other articles of value
Square deal. People's Loan office
28Y E. Park.
GET YOUR MONEY at 3 per cent of
diamonds, watctes, jewelry, Lib
arty bonds. Mose Lins, Upstail
Jeweler. Two entrances-Main an,
MONEY LOANED on diamonds
watches, jewelry and Liberty bond
at a reasonable rate of interest. Th,
Old Reliable. I Simon, 21 N. Mall
WE HAVE money to loan in large
and small amounts on real estate
and chattels. No delay. Von Fal
keustein & Co.. 310 Phoenix blk.
MADAME GUY, spiritualist, meets
every Sunday, Tuesday, Friday at
219 W. Galena st., apartment 46.
THE LITTLE PLACE-A returned
soldier trying to make his living
in the smallest place in town. Patro
nize him. 3 West Park.
DOROTHY DINING ROOM--2
meals, $8.00. Sunday chicken
dinner, 65c. Give us a trial. Gran
ite and Wyoming streets. Miss Eli
zabeth Murphy, proprietor.
Carlson-The funeral of the late
Louis Carlson, aged 62 years, will
take pace W.ednesday afternoon ai
2 o'clock at Duggaa's undertaking
parlors. Interment in the Moun;
CARTD OF THANKS.
We take this means of thanking
our many friends and neighbors anm
the .'lnited Serbian Societies No. 2
C. C. C. C., St. Phillip and JacoL
society and Creation society for theii
kindness and sympathy shown us
iaurllig the sickness and after the
death. of our beloved husband and
brother, George Mervos.
We also want to thalnk all those
who sent the beautiful floral offer
MRS. GEORGE MER1VOS,
SAM 11AID11EN AND FAMILY
Reliable undertaker and Embalmer
822 North Main Street
DANIELS & BILBOA
Undertakers and Embalmers
125 East Park St., Butte. Phone 848.
Residence Phone 4817-W.
TWO KILLED IN DUBLIN
(Continued From Pago One)
port that a band of men raided a farm
er's house and carried off a supply
of rifles and ammunition. A cousign
ment of 20,)000 rounds of ammunni
tion for the British military author
ities in Ireland was seized by sup
posed Sinn Feiners at Dungarvan rail
At Ballybofey, Donegal, an attempt
to assassinate a constable proved un
successful, and at Killarney on
Christmas eve a man had assisted
the constables to quell a riot betweer
soldiers and civilians was shot and
BItOTHEiI BI:YA1A f4N. ':*
Now York. Dec. :--asImiluddii,t
reorganization of the' fdr'l;er lryan.
league of the state of New York i:
announced by Frank Ward,,r.
- BPryan's former private secretary. He
s said the object would be to proimot
B. ryan policies and, it was indicated.
to urge him as a candidate for the
demnocratic presidential nomination
Governor Glynn of New York has
been suggested as Bryan's running
ELMEII SNAVELYI DI)IES.
Elmer E. Snavely, a resident o0
Butte for a number of years, diet
' at the family residence late Sundas
1. night. The body is at a local under
i. takers at where the funeral wil
b;e announced later,
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greater degree of slavery.
Abrogated Secret Treaties.
"In Russia there ruled the in,
tolerable power of the autocratic
czar, in England there reigned, and
still reigns today, the power of a
handful of powerful capitalist rob
bers. Between the two principal
competitors, Hiissia and England,
there existed only one difference re
garding Persia. and it was merely
over the best way to plunder your
sountry and to hold it under the
rle.:: ,T'hen came the day when the
FLersiae. masses arose and, in an un
edaunted manner, atetmpte.d to shake
off ,the shackles of the intolerable
autocratic pow(er of the Shah and of
the feudal bloodsuckers and oppres
sors that bad been worn for cen
turies. The leaders in the battle for
the freedom of Persia ended their
Uves on the scaffold at Teheranl and
"But the great Russian revolution
broke out. One of the first acts of
the soviet government of Russia was
- declaration to the effect that every
nation, be it great or small, be it in
dependent or attached to another
slate, must be free to dispose of it
self and must not be forcibly bound
t! any other power. So flr as Per
-in was concerned. Comrade Trotzky
sloemnly assured the Persia people.
in. his note of Jan. . 14. 1918, that all
the secret treaties between IRussia.
England and thiter countries regard
ing Persia were abrogated and that
the itus-ian peonle wanted to return
c" Persia everything that had been
taken away from it by the czar's
;eoncerals. The Persian government.
for its part. declared all such treat
ies null and void. It seemed as it
a new. free life was about to begin
for the Persian people.
English Enslaved Persians.
"But it did not turn out that way.
In the spring of 1918 the English
gradually occupied all of Persia. The
,nglish promised to evacuate Persia
is soon as the Turks were definitely
.oxpclled from the country, and to
compensate the nation for all the re
quisitions made by the English
croops. The English government's
note of March 12. containing these
womises, was published in the news
>aper Bahab on ,larch 14. The Eng
!ish promised, although no one had
isked them to do it, to help the
Persian people in the rebuilding of
'Is collapsed econdnmic life. Instead
of this, they made the Persian popu
lation their slaves.
"After the English capitalists, to
gether with those of France and
America. have destroyed their world
rival, Germtan ilmperialismn, and are
now celebrating their victory, the
capitalists of England contider it a
;avorable tiimee to lay their hand upon
he whole Persian empire for good
and all. Thus Persia is excluded
irone the list of free nations. Its
.eople is no longer free. for' its own
tespots got money from England
cnd have become her paid servants.
1s a heavy burden will they lay their
hand upon the Persian people, but
in so doing they will still remain the
prey of that still greater wild beast
of the world, En-glish capitalism,
which wants to suck the' last dropl
of blood from the Persian people."
MMeantime tadvices received by
wireless from the Moscow soviet for
eign office state that 1,300 British
troops have been wiped out by the
enraged Persian population. 'he,
details and the immediate caus;e oe
this were not stated.
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istration officials regard the last pos
=ibility as remote. They do not be
lieve the four big brotherhoods
would support a strike to enforce
wage demands now unless the anti
strike feature of the Cummins bill
should become law.
#ppointiug Time for Probate of Will,
and Directing Publication of
Notice of the Soame.
In the District Court of the Second
Judicial District of the State of
Montana. in and for the County
of Silver Bow.
In the matter of the estate of Ze
lalh G. Lounsbery, deceased.
It is hereby ordered, that Satur
day, the 3rd day of January, 1920.
at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, at
the courtroom of said court George
D. Lounsbery, in the County of Sil
ver Bow, be, and the same time is,
hereby appointed the time for prov
ing the last will and testament of
Zelah G. Lounsbery, deceased, and
hearing the application of George . I
Lounsbery for letters testamentary,
and any person interested may' ap
pear and contest the said will, and
may file objections in writing to the
granting of letters testamentary to
SIt is Further Ordered, That notice
be given thereof by the clerk of said
court. by publication not less than
10 days before said 3rd day of Janu
ary, 1920, in the Butte Daily Bulletin
a newspaper printed and published in
Dated December 22nd, 1919.
JEREMIAH J. LYNCH, Judge.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
:,Estate of Juro Car, deceased.
'~Notice is' hereby given by the un
dersigned.. administratrix of the es
tate of Juro Car. deceased, to tmhe
creditors of and all persons having
claims against the said deceased, to
exhibit them. with the necessary
vouchers within four (4) months
after the first publication of this no
tice. to the said administrator at the
public administratrix's office at the
c ourthouse. Silver Bow county.
t Butte. Mont., the same being the
place for the transaction of the busi
ne's of said estate, in the county of
Silver Bow, state of Montana.
f' MADGE.B. DUGAN,
al Administratrix of the Estate of Jur
y Car, Deceased.
- Dated. Butte, Mont., this 20th da)
l1 of December. 1919.
(First publication Dec,. -_&, 1919.)
S TATEW ENT.
of Facts on the Plumbing Situation
Magill-Nevin Plumbing & Heating Co.
The jenitreynmn liumberts have demanilded altul are now receiving
$l i.(t1t per idlay i' eight 1hours, an increase of i $1.Oil per day over the
W\Ve are pleased to ailinlnnee tha the price to be charged the lublie
W1ilt N. T lHEl' Al IIANtl Iy olr 'oinpltantly. \We will absemorh the
ilcriase grl ,illetl.ie and Ilie price charlgedl li.oi' i nluiibers by our c(OIlli.uly
will remait at the old scale.
\We are iic lelieelnhit anid tfi many n.onlhs past have had no al'l'ilia.
liois in aI wally with ille tlttle Mailsr llliIlmIers :Association, and be
lieve lint the tiime hias tnrrived when it is ablsotltlely necessary tfor ioth
etiliyers uid e0.tiloyes I ih lake some s t' concessilons it' the rapidly iii
creasing cos.i.s of buillingt's atre [tob held in check.
W\Vi are preailreld aul williing I i do our l. art alnd re lprnud to be the
pioneers in lnntfitleini such a policy for 1s 20.
As slated altbove. we ielong in no l plmnlhin g endbines or associations:
mit. in adhllitm In n. lt' aitnttnled itoliey Iof holdding down costs, we
will. i' given the loyal si it atil go ofd will rf thue publdie. W\IlO. AFTIi
ALl . PAY TI'lll 111' L , teiule'nd vor In increase lihe el'fficiency of oJulr w1hirk
men b" dehlunliliuug thaf lhey give service in retuirn lfor inreaoses .auitl
ed. \'e will ilenual eightI hours' work fI'or eight hours pay.
Magill-Nevin Plumbing & Heating Co.
BIy C(I\. \' . NY1N,\I President.
LUMBER BARONS HOLD CENTRALIA
IN GRIP OF REIGN OF TERROR
(lE m the Union-Heefirl.)
This lºell( \N es It Ihle willI] ft Ieln ter S ill' Ii 'i'iee whlen the
molb teok.k im h ,nt .\n istic. d.ly. It shows the cha'rm-t'er of
"God give us men,-a time like this demands -strong hearts,
true faith and ready hands;
Men whom the lust of office does not. kill,-men whom the
spoils of office can not buy;
Iben who possess opinions and a will; men who have honor,
men who will not lie;
:Mlen who can stand before a demagogue and scorn his snaky
flattery without winking;
Tall men, suncrowned, who live above the fog in public dutyl
and in private thinking."
"I live in ( etiralia, Wash
ington, andi peol)e who (o14) tell
the Itruth here are conmpelled
to do so inl whispers. One
says: 'My wife is sick and it.
wonld kill her ifi' 1 told tho
truth, for then thel autholrities:
would get after lle.' A.nother
naysf: I1 would like to tell the
trutlh but mty children .would
ithen be at ithe mnercy of the
ivo ld.' Those who do wish to
(ake the side of true law and
jilustice dalte not d(i so, for' the
mlet and womenlll who have
orme( out ill tihe opelln al Iltried
to speak the truth about ilElmer
Stuart Smith are told to keep
quiet or they will be ipunt where
lie is llnow. And they have good
calusei to be afraid, for nIo threat
couldlll Ie \wolse than what has
ILctuailly been perpetrated on El
"\ttl.orney Smllith's only crime is.
that he delended the oppressed, or
gardless of their social or financial
standing. tle believed that the laws
should be used for the protection o0
the poor as well as the rich and 1.h
crl'ed ah1;ohluotly nothing about pubh.
lic opinion so long as he could faIc
his God ,nd I'fllow men with an eyo'
and consciencl clear, clean and un
"Our local paperl' declare that
Cenlrali r .':i chief interest in the trial
that iS .ton lo comle off at MonIt
;ano ii cit 'i'tred ill Attorney Smith
Why? L, ii because lie mlustl noi
beo allo:v ed to go tree for the Ifrasol
that h i. a ian vwho cannot! i
bough \ manlt1 wilo cannot hle
swervd l 1roin hiis: convictions of
right !and justice? Do all the offic
ials, rloum tii' governor down to thl
least in au! hority, knlow and f.e.
his winorth and love of truth? WV'h
is it tllhat throughi all the persecution
of til' i;,li year his enemnies have 11o
broughli on,' landering word against
hint as ; malla? For the simiple re.
son itot hlis character was such a:
would h-lout the lie in tlheir face:
n)ith .IMatll of Honor.
"As a studrtnt ill the Presbyterian
MaeAllif(itr College of St. Paul
Minn.. hie was always an honoree
and ldtling lmnctber of his class
and frio, both this college and th
Law Sc-hool of St. Paul he graduate(
with ml: hi:,ge-t honors. And not
It s eieies seek to lltate the pub
lie believe all kinds of untrue stories
aboul.t 'hit. The local papers adver
tised that he had nlv('r been a sub
scriber to a Red Cross drive, yet
there hlis never been a IRed C'ross
drive that lhe hais tlol subIscribed to
for both himnself and his wife and
hi was wearing his 1920 Red Cross
buttoni when he was taken front his
office I)by a ut'jb on Nov. 11, 1.91 .
"The Centralia paper also stated
that htie was tlischlirgted front thlie
c;entralin high scholol, where he
inuglit for two: years, because lie
would not swear allegiancee to the
governmentt . I-ie wa:s niot. discharged
lt all, and furl'thermlnore, he has in
!ais possessionl a. letter signed by
superintelldeut Reed and the school
hoard asking hiln to comlle back for
ithe next tertsi andl offering himl a
fi'teen vollatar ia mouth iuerease iti
pay. lie did not accept the orfer
however. Tl'he alleged "oath of al
legiance" which he refused to sign
was an article drawta Up by others
thatl the teachters, in which it was
stated that, they would not ask for
an increase inl wages fot the dtluration
or the war.
Enemlies I"'tar Truth.
"Attornecy Snith hals ben treated
in a ntliner that slhows how his
enemies fear him. 'T'o know the man
is to know the truth. justice and
honesty personiiied -- so what is the
ime ratural conclusioni to draw frotlu
that'? T'ihey have reason to fear thel
"Ii noll way have hlii is pro,#toet't.,r!
acted fairly. They prtvýActr-igZllug
t:ie towti so that hiA*,frjends fgar
to speak. 'Prl'paratlon 'i lF tAf: ti'il
are niot going on in an open way.
Hate and dishonesty is written ill
huge letters over the wholte pro
Scores .l.ob Law.
"'lhere are our true Americans?
Are the principles for which our
"!ag ltands absolutely blotted out?
Aire tihre no honest tien to put in
f fice? 'ITrue Americans who will
iot lilt' behind the corner and urge
lawless mobs on to kidnap, burglar
zcc alin lyntch? 'Those who know E.
-. Smitll personally k'how that he
v:ll go without real necssitles hinl
elf in order to win an unpopular
ir unprofitable case if he believes it
ight and just. It is always for
others that lie is most duly con
corred, not hii self.
"'Are the mnc whose cause he
pleaded going to stand by and tdo
nolthing? Is mioney and greed going
to continue to rule? Why don't the
workers stand together and get
sontmewhiere? WVill not all true
Am ericans "do their bit" toward
getting all truth ktnown?
"A MINISTEI'S D1AUGHTE1t."
(Continued From Page One)
It, is undeltood that the in
thsllt ial c('Ommission's I'report
will touch upollnl the broader i(
hations between capitllilal and la
boi 0la(d thenti give\ it detailed
olitlinle oif a I plan or ,prevenlt.ion
of strikes. After aldjournmelllnt
todaly the 'commissionl will re
c'onvene Jani. 12.
The melletilng of the coal tri
I nantl will be lfor the purp'lose of
laying the glroundwol'k for at
lre't siuIv.ey of the whole coal
indulst ry, iit which wages and
pro'its twill be studlied exhauls
The gathering't of railroad
union exe('cutives here is ex
'pectt(ed to dletermlinel whether
the're will Ie "peace" o'r "witr"
in the l.trans.port i lolln industry.
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could be abused."
Of the 12 venirminen who had been
extamined before the noon recess,
three were excused for cause--the
cause being that they had already
formed opinionls as to Mr. Breen's
culpability in making alleged slan
derous statements about the women
who appeared as witnesses against
Judge Ben B. Law of Bozeman is
the presiding judge, both the local
district judges. Lamb and Jackson,
having been disqualified.
FIND TRI.'NKI OF BOOZE.
Peoria. Ill., Dec. 29.--. -Three
trunks, each full of bottles of
whiskey were seized by federal of
ficers here yesterday and have led tc
the theory that wholesale smuggling
0f Whitkey from St. Louis into Pe
oria is being attempted. The owners
ohf Ie trunks, which were checked
Ias' ordinary baggage from St. Louis,
''l' BI11 BURIDE) TUESDAY.
Funral services for the late John
S. Clapp will be held at 2 o'clocl
Tuesday afternoon from the Masonic
temple under the auspices of the
Mount Moriah lodge, No. 24, A. F.
& A. M. Interument will be made in
Mt. .Moriah cemetery.
Bulletin Want Ads Bring
Results. Phone 52
t Bulletin readers patronize Bulle
ri tin advertisers.
l'EATTLE PUGILIST Ih
KILLEDBY TAXI MAI
(Special tUnited Press Wire.)
Seattle, Dec. 29.--Four hours after
ie was shot .through the breast by
larry Erickson, a taxi driver, Jack
Ilartin, a former pugilist, died here
Carly today. A search is being made
1or .Martin's two companions, who
eft him in the street mortally
rounded and fled before Erickson's
Erickson claims the three men
.ired to drive them to the outskirts
)f the city, and says they attacked
aim when they reacned a dark cor
ier and that he used his revolver in
Martin declared on his death bed
hat the affair was the result of un
on trouble, and accused Erickson of
Cleveland, O., Dec. 29.-Joseph
Massecissa, 23 years, old, a police in
lormer who had helped detectives in
IvWo recent murder cases, was shot
to death while attending a party at
Lhe home of Biasca Strizza yesterday.
Strizza was held for murder.
Rubber and Tire Workers.
Theatrical and Stage Employes.
Electrical Workers, No. 65.
Wood, Wire and Metal Lathers.
Laundry Workers' union.
Building Laborers and Hod
Cascades Trades and Labor
Sand Coulee Miners, No. 2020.
Sand Coulee Miners, No. 8907.
Sheet Metal Workers, Great
Steam and Electrical Engineers,
Yellowstone Trades and Labor
Brother of By. Carmen, Mlii
Machinists' union, Llvingston,
Teamsters' union, Billings.
Typogga pbt. pa.,,.i. ., ."