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:Notice of Sale of Real Estate at
In the district court of the Second
Judicial district of the state of
Montana, in and for the county of
In the matter of the estate of Mich
ael McGuire, deceased.
Under authority of an order of
sale granted by the above entitled
court in the above entitled estate, on
the 24th day of April, 1929, the un
dersigned will sell at private sale all
the fight, title and interest of the
said 'Michael McGuifr, deceased, at
the tiine of his death, 'nd all the
right, title and interest that said
,estate has by operation of law :nr
otherwise, acquired, other than and
in addition to, that of said Michael
McGuire, deceased, in and to the fol
lowing described real estate situated
in Silver Bow county, Montana, to
Lots numbered twenty-six (26),
twenty-seven (27), twenty-eight
(28) and twenty-nine (29), in block
thirty-nine (a9), of the Daly addi
tion to the city of Butte, according
to the official plat and survey there
of on file in the office of. the clerk
and recorder of Silver Bow county,
Montana. Which said property
stands on the records of Silver Bow
county, Montana, in the name of
Mike McOuire, whose full name was
and is, Michael ecGuire, the above
That said sale will bh on or after
the 14th day of May, 1919, at 2
o'clock p. m. of said dlay. Any offers
or bids for said property must be in
writiing and will be received at the
office of 'Canning & Geagan, room
558, Phoenix building, West Park
street, Butte, Mont. Terms of sale
are cash on confirmation of sale by
the above entitled court.
'Dated this 29th1 day of April, 1919.
JAMES F. O'BRIEN,
Administrator of the estate of
Michael McGuire, deceased.
(Last publication May 13, 1919.)
In the district court of the Second t
Judicial district of the state of
Montana in and for the county of t
Julia Preinpas, plaintiff, vs. John HI.
The state of Monitana sends greeting
to the above named defendant:
You are hereby summoned to an
swer the complaint in this action,
wvlich is filed ip the office of the
clerl 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 20 days after the service of
this summons, exclusive of the day of
service; and in case of your failure
to appear or answer, judgment vwill
be taken against you by default for
the relief demanded in the complaint.
For cause of ac'ioa aga.nmt the
above named defendant, plaintiff al
1. That plaintiff and defendant
intermarried at the city of Salt Lal.e,
state of Utah, on or about July 11,
1918, and ever since have been and 1
now are husband and wife.
2. That plaintiff in now and has
been for more than one year last past
and immedittely prgceeding the coni
meilcement Of this action a bona fide
resident of the state of Montana.
T. That the plaintiff's maiden
namie was Julia Kendt.
4. That defendant has been guil
ty of extreme crtielty toward plaint
iff in manner following: 'That he has
ever since their said marriage foupd
fault with the 'said , defendant apd
abused her beogu'se 9he would 'not
commit a crime, in otler 'to' satisfy
bhim and in ordert.tat, he might profit
tbereby, and that the'.aid defendant I
diid, oape ocdasipp' grab a biutclier
iwifad and make an attack on plaint
Ift's life apd that plaintiff fears that
di will make his repeated threats
that he will kill her good, and accol
plish his purpose; that the said'ge
fendant has abused plaintiff on nu n
erous occasions alid called her vile
and indecent names, all of which said
acts have caused plaintiff grievious
mental' uffeting and been the cause
of ill health on the part of plaiiltiff I
and have beeni 'of such a nature apd
character as to so destroy the peace
of mind and happiness of -plaintiff
and render the continuation of the
marriage relation perpetually un
reasonable apd intolerable to plaint
ift anid thereby defeat the proper apd I
legitimate object of marriage.
Wherefore, Pliint'iff prays judg
ment, that the bonds of matrimony
lieret~foioe existing betweeii plaintiff
"L ESONS OF THE
By VLADMIR OULINAW
PRICE 10 CENTS
"WHAT IS A PEACE
PRICE 5 COEITS
ON SALE AT THE BULLETIN OFFICE
L ~4A NOTICES.
and defendant be dissolved and that
plaintiff be given a decree of absp
lute divorce and awarded the right to
resuime her maiden name and fo.,
such other and further relief as
would seem just and meet in the
Witness my hand and the seal of
said court this 10th day of April,
A. D. 1919.
OTIS LEE, Clerk.
By H. A. McIntire, Deputy Clerk.
G. L. Tyler, Attorney for Plaintiff.
(First Publication April 10, 1919.)
In the District Court of the Second
Judicial District of the State of
Montana, iq and for the Countt iyf
In the mntter of the applicatio.U I
The Butte Pprtrait Company, a cor
poration, for a Decree of Dissolu
Notice is hereby given that The
Butte Portrait Company, a corpora
tion, organized and existing under
and by virtue of the laws of the
State of Montana, has presented to
and filed in the District Court of the
Second Judicial District of the State
of Montana, in and for the County of
Silver Bow, its application and peti
tion praying that it be dissolved, and
be allowed to voluntarily dissolve and
Any person may file objections to
the said application on or before the
third day of May, A. D. 1919.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said Court this second day of April,
A. D. 1919.
(Court Seal.) Clerk of said Court,
By ROBT. DOWNING,
H. A. TYVAND,
Attorney for Applicant.
(First Publication April 3.)
NQOTICEH TO CREDJITORS.
Estate of George Gozden, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the
undersigned, administratrix 6f the
estate of George Gozden, deceased, to
the creditors of and all persons hav
ing claims agaipnst the said deceased,
to exhibit thelii, with the necessary
vouchers, within four months after
the first publication of this notice,
to the said administrator at the
Court House of 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.
MAI)GE B. DUGAN,
Administratrix of the estate of
George Gozden, deceased.
Dated Butte, Montana, this 24th
day of April ,1919.
in the district court of the Second Ju
dicial district of the state of Mon
tana, in and for the county of Sil
Anna E. Johns, plaintiff, vs. Alex
The state of Montana sends greeting
to the above named defendant:
You are hereby summoned to an
swer the complaint in this action
which is filed in the office of the clerk
of this court, a copy of which is here
with served upon you, and to file your
answer and serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff's attorney within 20 days
after the service of this summons, ex
clusive of the day of service; and in
case of your failure to appear or an
swer, judgmenit will be taken against
,onu by default for the relief demand
ed in the complaint.
Plaintiff complains and alleges:
1. That on or about the first day
of July, 1912, plaintiff and defendasnt
intermarried at Seattle, Wash., and
ever since have been, and now are,
husband and. wife.
2. That plaintiff now is, and for
norfe than one year immediately next
prior to the date of coipmmencemlut
of This action, to-wit, April 16, 1919.
has been a resident or the state of
3. That there is no issue of said
4. That for more than one year
immediately before the date of com
menceanent of t.i§ action, the said de
fendant has wilfully neglected to pro
vide this plaintiff with the commnoi
riecessarie3 of life, be having the abii
ity to do' so, and that by reason of
the said failure on the part of the de
fendant, this plaintiff has' been com-
pelled to, and did, during said time
and for a long time prior thereto,
sustain and support herself by her
5. That since the 12th day of
April, 1915, the said defendant, dis
regarding the solemnity of his mar
riage vow wilfully and iitenetionall ,
without cause, deserted and aban
doned and separated himself fromi
this plaintiff, with the intention in
liim, the said defendant, to so sIop
arate, desert and abandon this plaint
iff, and against the will and without
the consent of this plaintiff; that the
said abandonment was caused on the
part of the said defendant by reason
qf his failure to support and maintlain
this plaintiff; that said desertlion has
cont nued for a period of mlor than
one year next preceding the datle of
Witness my hand and the seal of
said coutt this 16th day of April A. i).
1!91 J ,.
OTIS LEE, Clerk.
By Margaret Leet Deputy Clerik.
Maury & Melzner,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
(First publication April 17, 1919.1
NOTICE TO c'liElIl'rO)liS
Estate of Leslie Sanger. deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the utn
dersigned administratrix of the es
tate of Leslie Sanger, deceased. to
the creditors of and all persons hav
ing claims against the said deeased.
to exhibit them, with the neeusary
vouchers, within 10 months after the
first publication of thils notice. to the
said administratrix at tie office of
Messrs. Nolan & D)onovan, :iOS Lew
isohn block. Bute . Itte, Mot the sam
being the place for the transaction
of the biusiness of said osntate int the
county of Silver low, state of 1Mon
NORIA COtt'il .IN sANGIEiR.
Administratlrix of the estate of LIslie
Sanger. decease d.
Dated Butte, Mont., this :I)itht day
of April, 1919.
(First publicatior May 1, 191 9.)
(Continued from page one.)
Barney Lavell were granteed vaca
tions with pay of 30 days and the ap
plications of 40 other members of
the police department for vacations
were considered without definite ac
tion Petitions from employes of
the street department asking for an
nual vacations were referred.
Objections of Contractor Patrick
Reardon, who was later sustained in
his objection by the city attorney, to
the awarding of contracts for storm
sewers on Dakota street and Henry
street separately ii~stead of under
one contract as had been specified jn
the advertisement for proposals,
went by the board and were ignored
by the aldermep. The Dakota street
contract was given to Peter Stamos
on a bid of $5,409.30, while the
Henry street sewer will be built by
G. L. Gagnon at the price of $5,29)0.
The measure introduced at the re
quest of City Health - Officer Slat
thews over a year ago, providing for
strict inspection of all meat con
sumed by Butte consumers, was
dragged from its dusty recess, the
cobwebs brushed off and temporar
ily brought to life. The resuscita
tion attempted by Alderman Self
ridge, however, failed and the ordi
nance was again laid in its tomb,
to await another day of resurrection
under the new administration.
Sent to "Gr'aveyard."
During the last year Mr. Matthew's
proposed ordinance, which is said to
be objectionable to the mercantile
powers that be in Butte, has reposed
in the keeping of the public health
committee. Last night it was taken
from the hands of the health con
mittm'e add re-referred to the judic
iary 'com'mittee, popularly known as
the "graveyard committee." Face
tious ones at last night's council
meeting referred to the reference of
the ordinance to the committee as
Because of today being interna
tional labor day, the mass meeting
called for tonight to adopt plans for
a public market was postponed until
Saturday evening, at 7:30 o'clock.
At that time a special committee ap
pointed to investigate sites and plans
McGuinn-In this city last eve
ning, Martin McGuinn, aged 39
years, beloved husband of Mrs. Win
nie McGuinn, of 851 N. Main street.
He is also survived by three small
children; a brother, Patrick; two
sisters, Mrs. John Phillips and Mrs.
John Riley, all of this city; 'a sister,
who is Sister Hyacinthe, in Balti
more, and a sister in Ireland. The
funeral will take place from the
family residence at a time to be an
SHERMAN . & REED
UNDERTAKERS ond EM[BAILMERS
Automobile and Carriage Enuipment
Broadway and- AlPsoa. Ohonp 57
"DANIEEL & BILBOA *
Undertaker and EIntlan
125 East park St., Butte. Phn 888
Reesdeneo Phone 4817"W.
Anto and Carriage gqulppu*n
Rellab~le oJnsrtqtieo p imer
ti* e ?? f
You nmay marvell : the
silence of this l. rt
garding ttle many, iaisny
searchling facts wa k now
S-have to k t -
about t e..finaniial af
fairs of dur depositor:, -
It's merely am1.- ,f
policy of this haln to
keep nitlmt--your 11tk
statement of your ;I(;:,'s
intrusted to our 1;tko\wl
edge goes no furllt -
Depend upon tili .: irit
of confidence-- anl de
pending tifpdn it ykt catn
get us into clo:ser in
timacy with you.
And by being closely
intimate we are Ilmre
helpful. Just make this
bank your bank. .\ln
gel the benefit ofl' he
CADITALt $!00 000 0C
SAY YOU SAW IT IN IWI.LETIN
The Park Barber Shop
"BILL, THE BARBER"
86 E. Park St.
Six Chaimrs. Quick Service.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
A Place for Li4ele and Ientlemen
OPEN AT AijL HOURB.
3so W8ST BROADWAY
SAY YOU SAW IT I`; I1LLIETIN
B The OLD RELIABLE
011 N. Main.
First-Class Wol k.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
Detroit, Mich., dMay 1. -- hRadical
socialist and,( tlpl4yvist noise tri
umphed overl anti-holshevit argu
ment at a ileet.i ntalt.e.ded b.yl core
than 3:,00 peemsons, at whic.h Peter
W. Collins, indlusiiial expert was
rcheduled as the speaker. Mr. Col
lins, who was engaged by the gov
ernment as a in iab, extendtin'seiee
tary during the war, attempted to
open his addlires against bolshbeisim
by declaring that neither Trotzky no1
Lenine were from the labor class.
1ei was then halted by hoots and
yells of "Long lie the r es," and
cheers for Debs. \I(er an hours etf
fort, Mr. Collins ga\ne up the attempt
to speak while men!1 anitd women
clambered over chairs and joinied ill
,ili t011 e i netotai l (( al.
BOMBS ARE SENT
(Continued From Page One.)
addressed to United States Senator
The bombs which have been
opened by the officials are found to
contain very high explosives. The
ones received by Senator Hardwick
of Georgia and Representative Bur
nett of Alabama exploded with
mangling force. The one sent to
Hardwick injured .Mrs. Hardwick
and her colored maid.
The fact that bombs were re
ceived at the offices of Mayor Han
son at Seattle and I)istrict Attor
ney Fickert at San Francisco show
they were thoroughly circulated over
the nation, say officials, before the
plot came to light.
Attention has been called to the
fact that many of the intended vic
tims were men who favored re
stricting immigration. Other mark
ed men are Fickerlt, who prosecuted
Tom Mooney, and J\ilge Landis, who
sentenced several I. W. W.'s several
months ago. Secret service agents
believe that more of Ihe bombs will
be discovered today.
Much fear is expressed that some
of the. bombs will find their way to
their intended victims. The bombs
are made to look like a small bottle
of cologne in a wooden box. Efforts
to remove the bottle were expected
to break it, thereby releasing a ful
minate of mercury which was in
tended to explode thr1e sticks of
(Special United Press Wire.)
Chicago, May 1.--.\roused by the
expose of the nation-wide bomb
plot, the police and federal authori
ties took extraordinary precautions
today to ql(ull any S iolent demon
strations by the hundreds of work
ers who had gathered in the city
for the observance of May Day.
Federal agents plaIl..i rifle squads
at many strategic psins and at the
police headqluar tir. where they
would be available for ia quick move
ment to any part of t.he city.
Permission was again refused the
I. W. W.'s to hold a parade and any
procession which wo(ld take place
would be in defiance of the police.
Chief of Police Garrity said that his
men would see that Iin parade would
be held. Several meetings are in
full blast in all parts of the city.
Seymour Stedman. C(hicago attorney,
Rose Pastor Stokes and many othpr
proininent socialists are the chief
speakers. The officials are watch
ing the mails for more bombs.
I ASK TO RETURN
(Continued From 1' f, tno.)
request that you do all iin }lit power
to have Ihis brought anotu
Yours very trlly,
SERGT. WVII.\LI M C. KELLY.
P. S.--Tl'here are sve\ l r l utte
boys in this unit. iytif included,
and I can truthlfully as'sir. yt(u that
anything you may be ablh, to do will
be gratefully appreciated. This does
not constitute vhat i cotmlinonlly
called a "round robbin" in military
circles, so you need Ihave nio fear of
Kindly print atnd forward coply
your paper i conllsistenllt.
Following is thte leltter seot to tie
secretary of war:
A TH:I'E COPY.
Camp L.t-wis, \\aV titingt.o,
April , i!t l t.
lion. Newton, I). llaker,
Secretary of War.
WVashington, 1). ('.
Sir: In Ilthe demoblilization ('ol ttr
at thii-, camp, where are approtxiitatt
ly 100 drafted men on dulty, lthe mia
jority of wholll were schteduled for
Ihe Ninety-first and Thirteenih di\
ilirons, but were held in the deptotl
bligade personnel nd aftl'rtlvlward
Iransferre' to the delloblilizatio l1
Nearly every mant hats :1 business,,
fa'rm, or itmportant lpositioln await
ing his discharge, while many, in ad(
ditiont to their inulstrial reslpoinsi
lilitlies, have fa.t! lieo; or mttemtt';t!;
thereof lwholly or partially delpend
o(iIt uponll thein for suppillort.
\We alre advised tlhat we cannot ibe
diveharg-d b)ecautse suitablep tein rilt ,
not available in this camp to replace'
u:;, Ibut that vyol halve it ill yomu
co\ver to imploy ci\iliallns and field
clerks til handle the work that we
't'herefore, I, Ia member of ithe
above organization, do respectlfully
but earnel.stly, and with all the en
ergy at my colmmandtl, requtest lhiat
youi use that power and beg of you to,
do everything humtanly ptusstibhl to
aissist and enablel ut to resulme our
duties and responlsibilities in chi\il
Very respectfully yours,
WILL.IAM C. KI'tiLY,
Say you saw it advertised in the
One Cent -ANo Ad Less
A Word Thorn 16
In Advance CentIs.
MALE HELP WANTED FOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSES
m---n, -a. Y] .. .. . . ..
MAN to plow a small piece of UNFURNISHI)ED 4-room house n1 13-ROOM furnished cottage. 1125
ground. Phone 4901-M. good condilition; shades; large (ool S. Atlantic.
Scellar; $18. 105 WVatson a\,,. Ap
WANTEI)-Anmbitiois men to pre- Ily 1oom11 217, Finln hotel. WORK WANTED
pare for promotion. Apply In
ternational Correspondence School, FOR RENT--Large hall, suitable for "` " - "- '-"-'-"-"-"
basement, No. 1 West Broadway. clubs, pool, dance or meeting place. FOR pluswing, galrde((l soil andl n1
Over People's Loan Ollice, 281 / East nnr1( phone 3132-J. 2000 Harri
ARE YOU SICK OR CRIPPLED? Park. Inquire within. sotl are.
A few treatments of CHIROPRAC
TIC will relieve you. At ally rate FOI'R-ROOM modern bungalow, lot CAI'P'EN'TEI work, by the (lay or
give it a trial. Quit drugs. Avoid and one half, all fenced; $2,300, Job. Jobbing a specialty. Phone
the operation. See Flora W. Emery, terms. 292:3 'hilipps st. 32 1-1V.
Room 9, Silver Bow block.
VAI)NES block, 27 WV. Quartz; firsl FINANCIAL
RETURNED SOLDIIl.ts. , , oun' a class rooms to rent at re:tolnable
advertise for work ca! 'I" the rates.
want ad columns of the Daily 1ill -------- FIVE THOUSAND WORKER)
letin free of charge. Do not le FOUt room furnished house. 412 V wanted to buy $5 worth of stock
backward in taking advar.ta(,e ~f 'h's Galeall. Key at 410. In The Bulletin Publishing Co.
offer, we are glad to be of service t) 2 I IOUSEKI i:PING rooms for rent.
you. 14 W. Copper. MONEY TO LOAN
FEMALE HELP REAL ESTATE MONElY l \ANED on diamonds,
Swatches, jewelry and Liberty bonds
OOD restaurant gir wat : r('easonable rate of interest. The
001) riesta 'n ir .I F01:O S.\AIE --- S1ll1 bIungalow, ont, Old Reliable. I. Simon, 21 N. Main.
range, wait on co011 'l '1 :' acre of ground; chiick.'len p0ens; oul
lunch buckets. Ml:ust ',. ibl;e . 0:,,(,t'k buildings; garage; close to car lin' MONEY LOANED at 3 per cent. Dia
anld write Elnglish. lo'' v ; . 11 and school; near l.akl A ae.5l $1,500. monlds, Jewelry, Liberty bonds.
between 8 nlld 1 1 I. . :I:: 0k i 'I(lll ms. Address PI'," (ra 1( Bulle.tinl. Mose Linz, upstairs ieweler.
cafe, 9 N. Wyoming.
....- ..-- 120-I lIl ranch. 8 1miles from CLEANERS AND DYERS
LADY wanted that hIs c i., ,;0iil ill lia . 1 ; all fenced; 20 aclres broke;
Iladies' tailori.ng. Apply 4::6 istil tarn and chicken house; will - --
Phoenix Bid. ":_cl (I chIap or exchanlige for city prop- AMERICAN Dyeing & Cleaning Wks.
SECOND-HAND . 'Phon 3914-W. 2814 lFarragut. 1341 Harrison ave. Phone 131.
SECOND-HAND GOOD, _ o- ,
4yI7OI ( bungalow; 1)1(;t14('rll; pan- TONSORIAL
WANTED itI; biathroom and (los.0t0 ; cellrIAL
_____________~aind f( nee; furnishe(d or unfurniis;hed
HIIGHEST PRICE paid for ldl- cloth- at a bargain. Party leaving town. HAVE your children's hair cut at
ing, shoes, hats, trunks, tools. Apply owner, 1821 Monroe a\e. E. J. Swaidner's barber shop,
Phone 3557-W. 133% W. Broadway.
L, ,OT 415x100, corner Crystal and Plat-
1inume streets; finishedi base.(nlellt
FURNISHED ROOMS ioir hoI1e 26sx40: ll uber en,,oh oil CIGARS
g ...,-'.. ........._.._..-..-.-~ groulnd to rough in; look it over; -.---.-- - -
MRIS. MAY S'l')CK of Throe Forl.,; good bargain. Do patriotic, smloke Army and
has taken clharge of 1he rooling - Navy brand cigars. For sale at
house at 33, hast Broadway. All 3-ROOM house on two lots; a bar- cigar stands.
her room1s (1'i, clean a(1 d( well fu.- gain. Apply owner, 1945 S. Wy
nished; rent ,reas;onable. oming st. Phone 5403-J. Hemstitching and Braiding
S gERtA. ls', ; unde, in w g - FURNITURE FOR SALE BRAIDING, hemstitching and gjicot
furnished rooms; also four-rooln" ing. 101 Pennsylvania block. M.
cottage; $15. 17 V. Quartz. ALL KINI)S of furniture for sale; E. Benedict.
1 un roomsrasonabl must be sold this month; no rea
I NICII NY iurnishbedl rooiis, reas sonable obl offer refuscd. 119 W. UG
rates; celntrally located; quiet l Decorations and Painting
place. 112 E. Broadway.
..............- --- FURNITURE and ranges for sale. PAINTING, paperhanging, kalsomin
WOOI)O:'()W hotel, 2 I12 S. Arizona st.; City Furniture Exchange. 206 E. ing. Miller's, 423 Colorado street.
moo(' n roomls at redluced rates. Park. Phono 603.
Under new 1 01 9(!'!0lotagIleIi. -
NICE, clean. ,nd,'rn ( rooms, llarvard FOR SALE CHILE PARLORS
block, 112 W . l;ru; Icwl ay, under _ . .
new ima11nag mnt. OME boys! (Cme, see me before TRY IT.
you buy or rent; must sell this Our chili always the best in the city.
BUSINESS CHANCES w'eek. Going away. Highost bidder PONY CHILI CAFE.
gets two lots, six room house, some 38½ E. Park St.
. furniture, light, water, garden. 1131
WANTED-Man to drive auto stage- Hobson st.
line for fishing parties; one pre- HAT CLEANING
ferred who wi!l take a half interest VICTOR and Columbia, al:o IEdison
in the line. Tet Ross, 73 W. Park. cylinder records; half price, or - THAT OLD HAT. Get it reblocked
'changed for d 9 THAT OLD ItA.P. Get it reblocked
ng for a ie. and cleaned to look like new.
Furnished Housekeeping Xrizons. Both ladies' and gents' hats renovat
Ro0Io s ONE Victor machine and 29 records, ed. Fifteen years' experience as a
0mostly Scotch and Irish and one hat maker. The Nifty Hat Shop,
electric lamp; $58 for both. 233 861/, E. Park st.
TWO NICE, clean, large, pleasant E. Copper.
furnihedl lhousekeepiug rooms; TRANSFERS
convenicut; sunny; close in. 507 FOUR ROOMS of good furniture in
W V. Galena. modern house, close in; could rent
out one or two rooms; a bargain. RUDOLPH TRANSFER CO. Phone
TWO NEWLY furnished housekeep- 519 W. Broadway. 2711 or 2749.
ing rooms, 1(ot and cold water and JEWELRY and second-hand cloth
i bath. 326 South Idaho. JEWERPianos Tuned and Repaired
ing for sale at Uncle Sam's Loan Pians Tuned and Repaire
2 FURNISHED housekeeping rooms Office, 11 S. Wyoming street.
with bath. 510 W. Galena. 1 DRIVING MAIE with or without ( ON. Clar Ave. 5-.
_1 _DIVlNC MAIIE with or without
NICE CLEAN housekeeping rooms, harness, cart and buggy. 908 Gal- Unfurnished Houses
10 North WVashington. latin st.
2 NICE housekreeping rooms; biath DAIRY FOR SALE-Al, centrally 4-ROOM' modern house.. It9uire
and telephone. 416 W. Quartz. located. Snap. Phone 5790-W. 1125 E. Second st. Phone 2231-W.
If You -.an't .Cgage,. Phone
Bitter 1-9-8-5 IBFUTY
FreshuI McCARTHY' S 4
64 EAST BROADWAY
SANITARY GROCERY AND MEAT STORE.
Ihani , eI . sle;ak i tiil ull-i d(Ilivere(I wilh .i(er. otder.
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SAY YOU SAVW IT IN Tll' IhULELI.TIN.
STRIKE OF CAI MIEN
TIE UP THREE LINES
(Sp, 'ial 'nited Press W\ire.)
Wheeling, \V. Va., .lay 1. -One
tholusand car iimen wentl on a strike
early today, paralyzing completely
three electric lines opera ting in the
tri-state district. The strikers de
mantll n increase of twenly cents atn
hIour. There have been no disorders
anld ino attemlnpt has beenll made to
operate the cars.
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By13 Edward(I IBrook 'arreln.
Who bade our boys "(lo fight the
To hamper justice Russia won?
BOY SEVERS FINGER OF
SISTER WITH HBTCHET
Iittle Loiti MJloulz, 1324 Talbot
v\nule, two n nl a half years of age.
will go throungh life minus the first
finger of her left hand due to the
ol:lyflness of her little brother and
hirs ;carelessness with a sharp
iha(tche. The little girl dlid not
sreen!! o suffer very IImuch front the
unlexslited operationi, simiiply saying
as she sa . hier finger lying on tlihe
ground: "That's mine." She is re
covering rapidly from the wound.
Thh resignation of the l evy. T. IR.
Clarksonl s pastor of .Mount Bethel
Methodist church in W'\alkerville has
peen announI Iced. The p::sltor will
leavr hlip (charge at they cloe of the
conference yo)nl in Auglust, and with
his wife will retiurn to h1, old home