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A private party will buy a few Liberty bonds. Call at room 329, Rialto Theater building. Entrance on Main street. All transactions con fidential.--Adv. BUY FURNITURE Tomorrow AT SHINERS And Save One-Half and More (,itr refinished furniture stile offers )ti'vets an ePX e l (ili ial Ipl t.rtulily il to ave. All lie i'l liiture of fret(l hais beemt refinisited itit wasxl taketl ill exelttlige '(or e.W gOo)ds tllinlip nll SALE In the Economy Basement NINE O'CLOCK TOMOR ROW MORNING HOLD MONEY IN CHECK When you pay for things out of pocket you pay quickly. Given time to consider you would very likely re consider. That is only onie advant age of a checking account. The writing of a check takes just enough time and thought to make the writer of the check con sider whether the item paid is necessary, after all. THE WAY TO HAVE MONEY IS TO SAVE IT. Start" this new year by starting a checking ac count; it will save money for you. FIourl per cent paid on say illngs (coullnts anld certin cates of delposit. SYEG ROS. ýCA ýI TAL $ I t. .O.:O CAPITAL $100.000.00 To the Workers This is the best place in town for you to trade. The LARG EST STOCK and the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. A Square Deal Always 1 Appreciate Your Trade Palace Clothing and Shoe Store 53-55 EAST PARK ST. Are You,Tired of Eating Out Are you so sick of eating at restaurants that you walk around two or three blocks wondering where to eat this time. EVER BEEN THAT WAY? WE HAtVE! We know this business from both the out side and inside, and we started to give the public something different. THAT'S WHY OUR CUSTOMERS ARE STEADY. WHEN YOU FEEL LIKE THAT, TRY THE SPOKANE CAFE Sam and John Kenoftel 111 S. Main St. -SEE DR. C. A. PANKEY THE DENTIST RULIABLE DENTISTRY-In faet the beat that can be had In Batte. MY MOTTO: Honest Work at an Honest Pries. Open Evenings Until 8:80. Phone 831 LIzzie BIk., lI % W. Park St. / TODAY'S BUTTE NEWS CONDENSED The telephone number of the editorial department, which should be called for news items only, is 292. Please do not call this department concerning matters of subscription, advertising or delivery of papers; communications concernivz these should be with the business office, telephone No. 52, before 8 o'clock p. m., when the office closes. J. Frank Mabie left yesterday fuo an extended trip over the state as a representative of the Bulletin. Charles Gildea, an old-timer in the progressive labor movement of Butte, who recently returned here from California, left today for Pacific coast cities, intending to locate. A. B. Maxwell of the Bulletin i expected in Butte this week, having been in Chicago for several weeks mingling pleasure with business. A masquerade ball will be given by the socialists at their comfortable Harrison avenue hall, Saturday night and a big crowd and a big time is forecast. The Metal Mine Workers are giv a ball at Pallmont hall tonight. The advance sale of tickets says a big crowd will be in attendance. Mrs. A. B. Clinch of 419 West Ga lena street is expected home tomor row, having been at the bedside of her brother in Minnesota for some weeks past. Her brother died a few days ago. The socialist local No. 1 of the so cialist party of America at Monday night's meeting decided to meet hereafter every Monday night in stead of twice a month as in the past. Several new members were taken in to the local and a membership cam paign is how on. Voting on inter national officers will take place next Monday night. Butte Typographical union No. 126, at its last regular meeting en dorsed the Daily Bulletin as the of ficial labor paper of Butte. Mrs. R. M. Dunn visited her hus band in Great Falls Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Dunn is cashier for the Daily Bulletin. Mr. Dunn is out over the state on a three months' trip for the Remington Typewriter company, Attorney Tim Nolan is in Portland, Ore., on business. He will return Monday. Arthur Rundel of North Main street has returned from Fort Flag ler, where he was mustered out o1 the army. McQueen fire department will meet at the fire hall this evening. Attendance of members is urged, as there is business of importance. A. J. Guenther, who underwent an operation for appendicitis at a local hospital yesterday, was reported as recovering at a late hour last night. The annual election of officers in the .Sons of Veterans was postpone( last night owing to an unusual amount of unfinished business. It will take place at the next meeting the first Wednesday in February. There will be a meeting of the board of directors of Deaconness hos pital this afternoon at the office of C. R. Leonard in the Daly Bantl building. Thomas Rodda of , Meaderville, who recently returned from Van couver, Wash., where he was muster ed out of the spruce division of the CITY AND COUNTY IE-COWR S BIRTHS.' Holland-To Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Holland, 508 North Wyoming street, Jan. 13, a girl. Abt-To Mr. and Mrs. William D. Abt, 722 South Washington street, Jan. 14, a. girl. IN DISTRICT COURT. New Suits--George Detrich against Rose Elita Detrich; divorce, alleging desertion. Probate-Petition by Florence Mil ler for letters testamentary in estate of Elinor Secord. ANNUAL REPORTS. Blue Vein Copper Mining company -Capital stock paid up, $1,000,000; liabilities, $1,690. Abbey Torrey company-Capital stock paid up, $700; liabilities; $67. Butte Sum mit Copper Mining company-Capi tal stock paid up, $3,000,000; liabil ities, $29,377. George H. Casey company--Capital stock paid up, $100,000; liabilities, $4,318.40. Peo ple's Laundry-Capital 'stock paid up, $7,750; liabilities, $2,238.64. DEEDS RECORDED. Decree: Estate of Henry H. Daum, deceased to Henry T. Daum, lots 6 and 7, block 4, Silver Bow Park ad dition; $208.45 and furniture. Tidewater Investment company t: Edward Moxley, portion of northeast 1/, survey, 32 township 3 north, ring and. west; stamps 50 cents, $1. W. McWhite et ux to Rose M. Os. borne, lot 2, block 4, Mountain View addition, $1. A. C. M. company to George Northam, survey lot 22, block a. Raven Lode (building site); stamps .50 cents, $1. August Vogel to George Northam, lot 21, block 5, Raven Lode (build ing site); stamps $1.50, $10. The Beadle company to Fina Four nier, lot 7, block 17, Silver Bow Park addition; stamps 50 cents, $125. NOTICE. From and after this date I will not be responsible for any debts con tracted for by my wife. PETER GODBOUIT, -Adv. 1147 Schl(y. The Bulletin Does Job Printing army, has gone to Helena and will visit friends in the capital city for a few days. The official board of Unity M. IE. church of Meaderville met in the church annex last evening at the close of the preaching services and transacted the monthly business of. the church. Rev. Fulford presided. The Franklin Parent-Teachers' meeting which was scheduled to be held this afternoon in the Franklin school building, has been postponedl until Jan. 23. Will Updergraff is improving nice ly after undergoing an operation foi appendicitis. For some time Mr. Updergraff's condition was not en couraging, but he has responded to treatment, and his condition has greatly improved during the past few days. He lives in Meaderville. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hatton and little daughter left Wednesday eve ning over the Northern Pacific rail road for Montreal. They will sail for their old home in England in the early spring. Mrs. Brooks of Livingston is , guest of her sister, Mrs. C. Prouty of South Idaho street, for a few days. Mrs. Brooks is returning from the funeral of her son, James, who died this week of influenza at his homn in Idaho. Mr. Brooks was buried at Spokane. He leaves a. widow, tor merly Miss Anna Riddle of Idaho. Mrs. John Sokolich of Meader ville, accompanied by her son, George, left last evening for St. Paul, Minn., where she will place her sotl in a hospital. Mrs. Elizabeth Martin has received word from her son, Clarence, who is with the American army in France. that he was in the thick of the fight ing just prior to the signing of the armistice. He is feeling fine and ex pects to return to Meaderville. A large pary of young folk en joyed a skating party at the Hollani Saturday evening. After the skat ing they adjourned to the home of Miss Edna Ambrose, Michigan ave nue, where some time was spent in dancing and playing games. Re freshments were served. Those en joying the entertainment were the Misses Hazel Donohue, Frances I.e sage, Morris, Blossori Davis, Vienna Ayala, Alice Cox, Helen Cox, Clara Bowers, Mabel Bennets, Thelmm. liammond, Edith Nelson, Kitty Henry, Anne Driscoll, R. Driscoll, Elise Collins and Edna Ambrose; Messrs. Ayala, Hardisty, Lyall Brown George Barlington, G. Schielpers, Donahus, Henry Kermode, Douglas Kermode, Russel Levine and others. Meaderville pupils of Miss Char lotte Leipheinmer gave a recital Mon. day evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Max Marvin of Oak street. At the close of the recital light re freshments were served. The fol lowing were present and took part: The Misses Valerie Hosking, Mar garet Williams, Thelma Vetters, Rena Sokolich, Maxine Marvin. Leona Marvin and Frank Tonkin, with Mesdames James Tonkin, W. Etherington, John Sokolich, Mail Sokolich, Max Marvin and Mish Leipheimer. RANCHERS OPERATE STORE AT MOSBY Melstone, Jan. 16.-A number of ranchers have formed an organize. tlon and are erecting a building at Mosby which .will be run as a gen cral store by the owners. George H. Gates has been chosen as manager and it is understood that the stock at Weede has been purchased and will be moved to the new location. UNDERTAKERS DEATHS AND FUNERALS. Costar--The funeral of Evaristo Costa will take place at the family residence, 3010 Colusa street, F.rl day morning at 9 o'clock, proceeding to St. Ann's church, where mass will be celebrated at 9:30 o'clock. Inter ment in Holy Cross cemetery. Van Camp-The funeral of Pitt Van Camp will take place at Sher man & Reed's parlors at a time to, be announced later. SHERMAN & REED UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS Automobile and Carriage Equipment Broadway and Arizona. Phone 57 LARRY DUGGAN Reitable Undertaker and Embalmer 88 North Main Street Phone 770. DANIELS & BILBOA eTdertakers and Rmbalmer, 195 Mast Park St., Butte. Phone 88 S Reidence Phone 4817.W. Asso sad Carriage Equlpment CHARGES6 iWW. WITH ANARGHY Junkers in Sacramento Say Organization Formed to Dominate World and to Overthrow Society. Sacramento, Cal., Jan. 1 ..--That the Industrial Workers of the World organization was formed to "dom inate the earth and oserthrow all government and society," was the statement of P. H. Johnson. govern ment counsel, in opening the prose cution's concluding argument in the trial here yesterday of 46 members of the organization accused of con spiring to institute a. campaign of arson and destruction in the state. Johnson read resolutions adtlopted at the 1916 annual convention and other meetings of the I W. W. . which he construed as opposed to the selec tive draft and other features of the government's war program. "' e condemn the militarism supported by our only enemy, the capitalist class." one of the resolutions readl. Alleged activity of the organization calling lumber camp strikes in the northwest and industrial disturbances else where were detailed at length b. Johnson. Johnson was followed by Nathan Coghlan, attorney of record for thr-ee defendants, Miss Pollok, Basil E. Saffores and A. L. Fox. The retai, ing defendants are putting in no de fense. Coghlan's argument was cut short by adjournment and is to be resumed today. The defense ended its case with the introduction of bvidence to dis prove a charge of the prosecution that Fox remarked to a group of I. W. W.' in this city that "a man was crazy to go to wur." WANTS WRIT TO AVERT EXECUTIONS Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 16.--A pe tition in habeas corpus suit to pro \ent possible execution of 12 pris eners convicted of murdering 1. Shelby Hisle, a general prisoner at the disciplinary barracks at Fort Leavenworth, Kans., was filed before Judge John Pollack in federal court of Kansas City, Kans., today. While the sentences given the 12 prisoner,. have not been officially announced, Judge Pollack instructed the district attorney, to notify the war depart ment that the court had taken juris diction over the convicted men and said such notification automatically would act. as a stay of sentence pend ing disposal of the suit. STREFF RETURNS FROM SPOKANE Frank Streft, president and man ager of the Montana Dairy company, returned from Spokane yesterday, where he attend d the annual con vention and election of officers of the American Conservation Service cor poration. Mr. Streff was elected a member of the board of directors for 1919. The officers of the corporation are all well-known dairy and cream ery men of the northwest, and are users of the above service, which imt proves the quality of all milk and milk products. The Montana dairy installed this service at both plants, Butte and Logan, Utah, a year ago. DOINGS AT (Continued from page one.) ing living costs. Senator Booth, chairman of the committee and father of the resolu tion requesting such an investiga tion, presided. Fifteen Montana counties have failed to make any report to the food administration and in many in stances it was impossible to secure the services of men willing to per form such duties, said Professor At kinson. Professor Atkinson, accompanied by Raymond Hough of the price di vision, arrived in Helena yesterday morning. Mr. Hough will return to Bozeman today in quest of additional data requested by the committee. The hearing will he continued to night. Eight Bills Advanced by Committee Reports Helena, Jan. 16.-The following bills were favorably reported by the committees to which they had been referred and the reports were adopt ed yesterday: H. B. 7, Scharnikow-Prohibiting the marriage of first cousins. H. 13. 19, Myers-Increasing the salaries of district judges. H. .. .M. 1, Ingalls and Hathaway -Urging congress to pass the equal suffrage amendment. H. .. 6. Middleton-Creating Treasure county out of Rosebud. t.. . s, nienuerson-Creating Jor dan county out of Dawson. H. B. 31-Appropriating $108.27 for expenses of Mathsa Patee Ridge as secretary of the bureau of chari ties and reforms. H. It. 32-Deficiency appropria tion bills amounting to $4,012.65. H. B. 33-Deficiency in expenses of maintenance of state prison, $30, 000. H. Ii. 35-Appropriating $1,200 for refund for taxes illegally col lected. 11. B. 14, Sinclair--Creating the county of Lake out of Flathead, Mis soula and Sanders counties was killed on recommendation of the committee on new counties and di visions. while H. B. 18, by Brandjord of lJissoula, creating the same county, was re-referred to the com mittee after being' favorably re ported. Adv-rtis. that room for rent in the want columns of the Bulletin. TODAY'S CASUALTIES 1 - 'the following casualties are re ported by the comitmanding general of the American expeditionary forces: Died of wounds ........................... 64 Died of disease ............................ 2 Wounded severely ................. Wounded (degree undetermined) 41 W ounded slightly ....................... 32 T otal .................................... 424 NIGHT 1.1ST. Died of Wounds. George W. Sheehan- 421 Main streeý, Anaconda. DAY LIST. Died of Wounds. George H. Bowers, Kalispell. Clarence M. Hagel. Trout Creek. Jose Vavra, Phipps. Wounded, I)egr"e Und4letermined. Felix Leherty. Anaconda. George Shipley. Boyes. Ingvald Skele, 1949 Phillips ave nue, Butte. > LI -etluned to Duty (Previously Rle. ported .Missing in Action.) Robert T. Ingils, Helena. CHICAGO EMBEZZLER SOON TO GO TO PEN Chicago Jan. 16.--- Willard II. Cut. ter, head of a Chicago bond firm, who confessed several days ago that he had disposed of forged municipal and school bonds aggregating $600, 000, including $221,000 bonds in the name of Chilton county, Alabama, expects to be indicted tomorrow, to plead guilty Fr:tiay and enter th" state penitentiary Saturday. Ills at torney has made arrangements with the authorities for the necessarIy IprT (eedings. CORRUPT PRACTICE ACT ASSAILED Washington, Jan. 16.----Validity of tilhe federal corrupt practices ;ct of 19 10 as amended to apply to primary. elections was attacked in a brief tiled today in the supreme court by de fendants in the Michigan election contempt cases. An appeal is now before the court. LEIGAiL NOTICES. NO'TIC('E TO (CEDI)ITORS. Estate of I)omenick Mencarelli, I)e ceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned, administrator of the es tate of Domenick Mlencarelli, de ceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said estate, to exhibit them, together with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publica tion of this notice, to the said ad ministrator at the office of H. A. Tyvand, attorney-at-law, 57 Silver Bow block, Butte, Mont., the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in the county of Silver Bow, state of Motnana. Frank Quilici, Administrator of the Estate of Domenick Mencarelli, Deceased. Dated Butte, Mont., this 30th day of December, 1918. (First Publication Jan. 2, 1919.) NOTICE TO ('REDITORS. Estate of Peter Peterson, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned, administrator of the es tate of Peter Peterson, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons hav ing claims against the said dgceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator at the of fice of II. A. Tyvand, attorney-at law, 57 Silver Bow block, Butte, Mont., the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in the county of Silver Bow, state of Montana. Hans Peterson, Administrator of the Estate of Peter Peterson, De ceased. Dated Butte, Mont., this 30th day of December, 1918. (First Publication Jan. 2, 1919.) NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Pauline Mencarelli, De ceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned, administrator of the es tate of Pauline Mencarelli, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said de ceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouc ers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator at the office of H. A. Tyvand, attor ney-at-law, 57 Silver Bow block, Butte, Mont., the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in the county of Silver Bow, state of Montana. Frank Quilici, Administrator of the Estate of Pauline Mencarelli, De ceased. Dated Butte, Mont., this 30th day of December, 1918. (First Publication Jan 2, 1919.) CERTIFICATE. I hereby certify that the Marquette pool and billiard hall is a fictitious name used by me in conducting and transacting business in Silver Bow county, Mont.; that the said Mar quette pool and billiard hall is lo cated in the Thomas block at 43-51 )Vest Park street, Butte, Silver Bow county, Mont.; that the sole owner of said business is Christian Fanoni, whose residence is 636 West Galena street, Butte, Silver Bow county, Mont.; that the said Cthristiatl Fa noni is the sole owner of the ~aid Marquette pool and billiard hall. CHRISTIAN FANONI. State of Montana, County of Sil ver Bow, sas. On this 8th day of January, A. D. 1919, before me, A. B. Melzner, a notary public for the state of Mon tana, personally appeared Christian Fanoni, known to me to be the per son who signed and executed the foregoing certificate and acknowl edged to me that he executed the same. In witness whereof I have here unto set my hand and affixed my of ficial seal the day and year above written. A. B, MELZNER, Notary Public for the State of Mon tana, Residing at Butte, Mont. My Commission Expires Jan. 9, 1920. (Notarial Seal.) (First Publication Jan. 9, 1919.) AOTHER "FIXED" IS OUT OF A JOB Frank W. Ha~skins Resigns as Food Administrator for Silver Bow County. Prof iteers Express Regret. Merchants of Butte are perfectly safe now in selling eggs and butter and other foodstuffs at a reasonable price-that is. if they can kill a few wholesalers and profiteers. Frank Haskins has quit. The news of the resignation of Frank W. Haskins as food adminis trator for Silver low county was made Itpublic yesterday and it is with regret that tile state hoard is obliged to accept Mr. Haskins' resignation. lIe has served long and efficiently and did much to help the probfiteers of America duriing the war. Concerning the resignation of Mr. tiaskins as food administrator for Silver 1ow county. Food Adminis trator Atkinson's office has issued a statement which says that "Mr. Has kins' resignation is deeply regretted, as he has done mlost valuable work for food administration in Silver How, county. He maintained his of tice, however. as long as the war ac tually lasted and built up a most ca pable and loyal working force." W'hile regulations of the food ad ministration are gradually being re laxed to meet conting peace condi tions, the food adlllinistration, as a government body, will not cease fulln ctioning until it is romllpelled to. It is improlbable that any new food administrator will lie named for Sil ver oOw county for the remainder of the time of tile food admlinistration's existence. Bulletin Phone No. Is 52 IF YOU WANT WHAT YOU WANT WHEN YOU WANT IT USE BULLETIN WANT ADS 1 CENT A WORD . ~ D 15 CENTS I ETIN ADVANCE " LESS THAN 1 ET MALE HELP WANTED WANTED---Ambitious men to pre pare for promotion. Write or call on International Correspondence Schools, basement No. 1 W. Broad way. IETUINED) SOLDIEIIS wishing to advertise for work can use the want ad columns of the Daily But letin free of charge. D)o not be backward in taking advantage of thi9 offer, we are glad to be of service to you. DON'T sacrifice your Liberty bond. Be sure you get what it's worth when you sell. I pay cash for $50 and $100 honds and for rece;pts on bonds partly paid up. (Private party.) Apply 458 Phoenix bldg. FEMALE HELP WANTED WOMAN to do washing and ironing by the dozen; two in family. Al ply 530 W. Galena Sunday afternoon. SITUATION WANTED RIETURNEDI soldier's wife wantsi day work. Answer Box 101 Bulletin. WANTED TO BUY DON'T sacrifice your Liberty bond. Be sure you get what it's worth when you sell I pay cash for $50 and $100 bonds and for receipts on bonds partly paid up. (Private party) room 458 Phoenix bldg. Unfurnished Houses FOR RENT FOR It ;N'I'- 8-room house, south side, large yard; garage; party can subrent two rooms. P. C. Box 1517. Hemstitching and Braiding BRAIDING. hemstitching and picot ing. 1,11 Pennsylvania block. Al. E. Benedict. GARAGES FOR RENT LARGE BIILDtING, good location for garage; close in. 1424-26-28 Harrison ave. Apply James M. Ab rams, on property. Will lease. MONEY TO TLOAN MONEY advancedl on Liberty bonds, diamonds, watches, jewelry and other articles of value; square deal. People's Loan office, 28 Vi E. Park. MONEY LOANED at 3 per cent. Dia. monds, jewelry, Liberty bonds Mese Linz, upstairs jeweler. ASSAYERS LEWIS & WALKER, assayers and chemists, 108 N. Wyoming. Phone 659-W. Pianos Tuned and Repaired GUYON. 600 S. Clark Ave. 6585-J. TONSORIAL HAVE your children's hair cut at E. .I. Swaidner's barber shop, 133 /a W. Broadway. FOR THAT scaley head, get an appli Cation of Fitch's Dandruff Remov* er at Barber Shop, 133% W. Bdwy If YOU DON'I SEE WHAI YOU WlANT AlOVEiTISE FOR IT ARIZONA AFTER SPECIALISTS Phoenix, Ariz., Jan. 16.-Refer ring to the 1. W. W. as a "lawless organization" and stating that tech nicalities may not he employed to in terfere with the course of justice, Gov. Thomas E. Campbell, in his message to the Fourth state legisia ture, yesterday recommended enact ment of a law which will establish as a felony the doctrine of syndicalism which advocates crime, sabotage and violence as a means of accomplish ing industrial and political reform. Legislators and citizens alike are wondering why the governor re ferred to the i. W. W. and failed to mention the anarchists who were at the head of the Bisbee deportations. HENEY ASSAILS PACKING TRUST Washingotn, Jan. T6.-Francis J. Heney of San Francisco, who was chief counsel for the federal trade commission in its investigation- of the meat packing industry, told the senate agriculture committee yes t.rday that Swift & Co. had "packed" the food administration with "dol lar-a-year men." who received large salaries from the company at the time they were serving the govern ment. CUT WAGES OF BALL PLAYERS New York. Jan. 16.--National league haseball players will receive an untpleasant surprise with their !919 contracts as a result of the magnales' action yesterday in adopt ing a club salary 'limit of not more than $11,000 per month. Bulletin Boosters should patronize' Bulletin advertisers. Use Bulletin want ads. They get results. FINANCIAL FIVE THOUSAND WORKERS wanted to buy $5 worth of atock in The Bulletin Publishing Co. REAL ESTATE FIREL INSURANCE 9546 PEONIX $1.5 PHONE 3699 V REAL ESTATE FOR SALE SMALL payment down, balance monthly payments, buys a well built small bungalow near Lake Avoca; electric wiring in; one acre of ground; good well and outbuild ings; five Philo chicken coops, sep arate pens; 50x100, fenced; $1,500. Address Owner, care Bulletin. REYNOLDS & SYPeHER Real estate, fire insurance, at lowest rates. Money to loan on real estate. Phone 1665, 84-86 Owsley block. BUSINESS CHANCES PARTNEIR wanted for cafe. Good paying business. $250 cash need (d. Apply Box 105 Bulletin. FURNITURE FOR SALE FURNITURE of 3 rooms; house for rent; will sell at great bargain if taken at once. Inquire 109 Da kota st. FI'URNITURE for a large 2-room house, just used a few months. Just the place for a couple who want something nice. 2012 S. Wyoming st. Take No. 2 car, get off at Cob ba n. $60 IIUYS complete furniture of 3 room house. Apply 724 W. Quartz. FOR SALE FOR SALE--Coal range and furni ture. 619 S. Idaho. BIG sale on clothing and shoes at a sacrifice. Uncle Sam's Loan Of fice. I I S. Wyoming st. LOST DISCHARGE PAPERS of C. J. Ba zalgette. Finder please return to the Bulletin, 101 S. Idaho. Furniture and Piano Moving A. STEINBORN, moving of all kinds. 1017 Nevada. Office phone 1059; residence phone 4076-J. CHILE PARLORS Friends we feed, Friends we meet, Come to the "Pony" Chile to eat. AUTO REPAIRS W\ANTED-Cars to repair by expert at 417 % S. Idaho. CLEANERS AND DYERS AMERICAN Dyeing & Cleaning Wks. 1341 Harrison ave. Phone 131.