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STATEMENT BY SANTERI NUOR
TEVA, DIRECTOR OF RUSSIAN
BUREAU OF PUBIICITY
A perusal of the "TRussian dis
paltchsP " ill the metropolitan new,
papers of the last few days irresisti
Illy raises the question: \\ill the
American public once nur11 permit
itself to hbe fooled by delii1rat e lites
about the Russian sitllatii'iu
'TF!' world-wide press -i 1111 aigel
against soviet Russia has b ,iways been
chutracterized by particonlrlry vicious
lie drives i( the part of rAa' 'l ialnaries
every time thiat somnt possibililt
arises to bring iabout f';oudly rlela
tions lbeween soviet lit--i;i and the
United States. ir is natiurl that now
that i the powier of thie lh .iin soi t
goverlntlent is ext.ending daluily over
tussiu l t-rritoit", noi. tat tl' ýi -
possibility oi ith- i it5 1.ist gotlvernnl
n1ent is being udlmiiled in11 all circle".
and nt.w thai t the sabllishlll t u
relatinls betweetl soviet Ruslsia anti
the rest of tih' world loolls withiu
sight. i1le forces opposed to such :iln
outcomle are dlsperattly cartying on
a campaign \hltich ouldtos any prl'vi
(lls acc mplllsll(melr iln perfidy i1nd1
deliberalte lying. We have ev'ery dtay
reporlts (of lc"'lihal' s "vici to!it 's" in
the east. ,I' mtake sutllh "'vicit|'iet s
_tppen' mlor;' reoal, we are told that the-
soviet gKIA'I'n1111ent itself ;adnlli.s (do
feats 'fl its tiroops. it .should h :. ri -
nl 'mb tl" i. 10l'oCVe 1', ih at l' 111 til.e
(i10' Pl rinkipo tlt o tv lt'l ih"i t, i:tio t.
MO had a similar '"vict'ry" by Ileni
;in, similahrly "confirmllled" by "offi
cial admllissions' frolm til, .lti\' o t gov
ertnient. -We were told ih:.t )tenilkiti
had captured 3,00o prii 1"ers and
extelnded his potwer o\fer hundreds
of miles of territory. .hAbol II a luoni!
llater the press ald clloed that the
"victory'' was i t dl iibe 'all i lie it1'oin
beginning toi end: aund that on the
ntitllitly) the Deniltin forites hadi rt'
lited tonsiderably. uind thatt the sot-,
its llnever had pllls-hed an admis
siOln of a I).nikli victor- l 'y.
lThere is iedo doubt in our mtindl lthat
the' enlul hoeraldeld Riolelitk "lico
ries" of recent ldate also will prove at
fake within a ve'ry short tiii. Never
tht.less, for l" ie limle being, these fake
"nlews" serveOi i twheir ltl'itlOet. 'iThev
i-cause people, ihlo hxave already be
gulln tIto ncl-ui'sce ill th lhe l 'elssitly o
1 .oii eing Ilthe oviet govern- int lllllI,
to hesitate once tourc, Thley ltmake '
it possible onlle Ilmore to fltool Dpublic
opiniont iinto postponeomenlt of at defit
itle decision on t14o, ltu u;ialn -tll-lionr
and even to cortnsider ilthe possiililyi
of recognizing tlilt Kolchaks.
In line with dispatches aoltit i.ol-'
cihak's "victory," we have-, of cours,
new rehports of "Iolshevik atrocit is.''
"Eighteen hundred inenr, w.olen andt
children have been murdered i l IuIa.
11 Stleailtl ing headlint S the ltae11xW Sr-;
iergs anlltwoitee this new lie inlatiia gtt
from the Kolchak goverltienti, whoseit
forces have mtlirked every step of
their rule with unprecedented murtder
and cruelties. Swallow'ing thell faill
dtispaitcles of this ind, the avle.rag
reader will forget all tlhe tteth etic
working c:lass by Kolchaik- that
blood-thirsty exiponent of tdefeated
monallrchy. vodka an1d ti(- lknoulltl inl
Iussia, wh'lio 1 ;lOW pr., tiits hitslllell as
a champtlio Of lanlity.
It is also quite in order fot r i e ui '-t
poses of this dilrty c1 pilign of lie:':
to dig out from the grave fit le i "of
a bolshevik alliance with (cOrman in
Aerialists. A sl'ret tri'laty hi s ie- n'
unearthled, 'it is reported." whitih
the soliet gRoYtVle il tl S11l)l)o (,dilN. hits
e1t0r:.d int(o with the lr'snllt OTer
riotl ovr t nilt-llettqli. " 1F'ro'm lp ivitl and
well-inforumed sourtces'' it is mi:dile
krllOwn that this itreity !trot'idls thllit
the0 Iolshovik government shall ap
ply iti milder policy tIow'ard ru sian
industry, especially the mu,1initit)un and
send thousands of inilitary iSitrtul'
tors to the Russian ar-tly; tiut soviet
lRussia will provide U'ermaity t'ot the
1$ A Block $"
- Walk 5 blocks and save frtom l
* $5 to $10 on every gar'nenl. M
Fit and Workmlanship Cuar- II
I anteed or Money Back by n
I MONTANA TAILORING
I COMPANY I
S 12.5 N. Main St. •
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Golden Gate Pool Hall
Tobaccos, Cigars, Cigarettes and
GIVE VS A CALL
272 E. Park.
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GOLDEN WEST CAFE
227 8. MAIN ST.
Best Meals for the Money
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Exclusive Ladies" Tailor and
436 Phoenix Bldg. Butte, Mont.
S. F. T. Cash Grocery
.MIAE met f-r ynnr monep.
627 IE. Galena Phone 5215-W
lne i. 2 i years ni ith :lhlitary as-i
ince; that soviet I l t:' ia bilnd,- hot
stlf not1101 to lr iio ;any i o:i.
lions with the entente. and tha;t lilt
(erl'ans shall s.: in order the 14s
ailn railway sx.s.t'm. And so it is u-,
ing "proved'i tha:t the soviett goiceln
I4ent is threa't'itillg the peace itr h
world b1y init allitance with a1 Itl
retting !n'iti "ialistic (1erlman'1 . 'T't
prodneerl ., suI(c'h stories gamb. l oit
the d(l I l elor anllce of 1 thl i 'e ov gr
r(11der". '.T'ey p lresume that il d
Int alri in l I iltit ihi pl PeslD ( er
p] sohd 1 '. lt s I.is l t\lOf'k"ll'V r illl( '
ani~ali 5 1 govrim' lw tnt intle I nt lht
iai. xrll . x,- itt ln w )rt I tii i h a ti tn
:!n; plr,: i< d I t [t et - tll tet' l:o litgo
tiatiton l- will t Ie llntell ,, but is at
this \'r 'c- momlntetl( letmilly larryinl
oI - 1, "i. gnt lilli ells, lnd that the
cpre'111 li , . 'il :i i is lo t he si .lnP s veil -
cll lt't 'latiills wihl h A lle u Cll ill
li is it),ing atuthoritatlively stated
I 1inJtr nl On Alv n fe dtin
ill i Ip . liet 1g. 11ha lItih :\ ie call ' I t'i ll
gate.- iln Paris have proposed the
reeioliliton iof tlhe Kolchlk llgovern
ln tt i enl ading the iexte sion of mnili
Ita l irlpport to his forces ii t the foii rm
o1f1' ltll'ti' s. ina!/il lps niti d I ttll ial
lTo Ihliovel tlhat this is true wouild
seein ;ll insult to theI delegates of lhe
iiit' conference!-e. Only a few dlay
iiltot lcit'.l'O ill trfl'i l S 1!(ln
aigo there wlit s n official statement'tl
proposition is iilia extended to usll
sit. whereby food stuffs 1ant other
tnt'lirilas would hei sent there.i atnd
titone of ttie cont ditions alttached tr
thliet propoition was tlt the soviet
,tVerilment should stop fighting and
singl the tRllusiat meians of t c ln iuni
.ation for military purposes. Thi,
sit(nient has been given out offic.ial
ly. To hbeli-ve that sihultaneously
with iskine; th, soviet government
to refrainl f'ro fighting, the alliles
inclulldig IAmerica, would propose ll
support lithe olchakl glovernment l nlil
itaril, stelnls abso lttely impossible.
However illogical tihe allied polih'
in Russia hais ,been lip to this time,
this would outdo anything previously
If it has been impossible till now t'
defeat hIle Russian soviet govern
u\ll It, it is still .more illlmpossible at
this timle to d(o so. The news dis
iipatches, of -course, speak of Imass de
strtion of tht rolshoviki from thnt i
iown rankst rol.i an of a lowerig inf h
morale of th1 l worker. Even the old
story of revolts in Petrograd is not
lacking in the press stories offered
for distribution by the reactionaries
Yet. one will search in vain for any
proofs of such assertions, or even for
an indication of their probability.
With the spring at hand and with
the grain-rich Uikr;u.ian districts in
Ilte hands of the soviet forces, the
bitter sufferings ; of city peoples ill
soviet Hlws".ii luiS[ he muI ch iless to
(i.y % ha itlhey W ,re ill ilhe winter. All
the ]l,,i; is iii the side of the assump
tion thal ih,- position of the soviet
go vernmIll (,t isI now much stronger
t ih'n ever. physically as well as
We are sire that ri1e Am1ericain
peolde from) hitter IXperience will be
on t hlir guard against the shamnlle
les:: lie drive ilnstituted ill order to
defeat at the eleventh hour' Ihse
e.tiablishin] ni of relations between
the Illissianl workers and the0 1 nitec
Bly Eduhard Brook Warren.
Who meets the hills without delay
For contracts down Hog !sland wav
\\phile \mnded soldier:: wait for
Advertise that room for rent it.
the want columns of the Bulletin.
Walk a Block and
SAVE A DOLLAR
Trading at the
Harrison and Harvard
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Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing
19% South Dakota Street
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Classic Chili Parlor
210 N. Main St.
(HILI, LIGHT ILI NCHES
THE BEST AIFFLES IN TOWN
Open Day and Night
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BARBER SHOP AND POOL
210 N. Main Street.
DA ITZ & ('ORNELL, Proprietors.
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HIGH QUALITY. LOW
PRICES, RAPID SERVICE
72 E. PARK ST.
Galena Street Set Aside for
Curb Mart and Money for
Stalls Appropriated. Rail
way on Carpet.
Tu' :day. Th" t;'. v : y d ,-:. l .
.0'ere ofl ic ally d, s g oat, d
n markt]et da.s." .,id Gal ,l :"t r ,
)t'twiesn AriZ a n:i i i Ot;Iutt
Ibteets -was t It r(t fie ' i'
wvhi(chi falrloers and other 1:'r,,lIrers
if foodst ilfs may, d(eal weit 'ih
'rs on the.e days. y. aicrdi~tg Io t'.
ion! Iaken by tIhe cityv 'o: ncil 1.,
:i hlit. In addt ition h( te ;:I : f t I
,yas alpp'opriatei d fr l t !"- CIll:iri'
O lith e It 0 l t e it, 11 5 i ia -i I !1t . t 111 t :
11111 o10 I)(, exS ,endP(1 Iillrll ili ' " tl 'i'
ion of the p, titt Ia ntt lii istan e
linlit tee ap poi ni at IlI OI ll'nesd
ot ncil n l lmeeting. at lonc-e.
"lite artlion I tIhe e`ollit ,l La.t
light iin establ isihing ani otffit ia!
cuT'hrb lll rket brings 10 a Solutioi
the lltuch-dis - u , -ed ct iuet .Oti l of 1 ilt
tot's Ty hI il lg. tlt l it s tt he'by h l O 1
Ullters (till rllhlaS dire(tl frl'Oll lhie
irowers and Iprodul r:s lendinlg the
a-it Itttl l f tt' he rp l 'arger qur stion of
lhe estblishl tionI of it regular it u
licipal lont Let b:liltdng. 'Th platll
'if establishnl ig a lte tplorliary ictillr
1ltrkt,",t waS adi tatced at a il.asf"
Ieet (. eIin1 f itlsil tte d (I " itizens alnd
ielegli ., sate d 'rom t. ri'it: ltnioll hel
Aldermla n Lou Freuldenstein,
'hairmlan of t1- special cotunc.iln iala .
hunim t-e,. who has led hll coiunc il
If the discussionl of public m rklltll :
ela ls, slated this mt,o'ning thatl there
a\illld th e blut Ilile deliy" in the ere'e
nl! of tlie ttlemporary shelliers alnd
talls aid the lt'ormal openinltg of ilthe
turb ltit k.iet.'
"Inl sel-ecting (Galiena sIret. lihe
.eten Arizona anlid \Vytliing1 s itreets
is the silt-' for the cutrb lit rketl." said
.it' "we beliet' we hol e selected a
•it- that will tneet with thie .aI t 'lotit
,1 l/it- buying pul blc, es.;pI ciall] thi
houtisewives. The site s centrtill'y lo
JIted, is inot ftil' from Plllk aind a.lini t
streets. wher'e all (i-at lilnes 'enllt . ir,
and is handy of reach for citizet-n
ftron all sections of I the cit wlhen
Jo\) ll.owni. .1s soon as r'rratng,
Iltit:is alr tCol toIleId lfor the tOli
lrulctlioll of thile stalls and lithe at ; .
1' thl' o· pening ]nowi . ill ii lvilatiol
will be extendied to the fari mrs getl
:irally tlud to l htailltsoeter V ishes to
Ise the stal]. without rental
In additioln to passing favorabl i
in ch in ll trasll act. dl n u'mber of
,outine matters. Tile appointlment of
Deputy City Elect ri(ian IRoy Sherilon:k
as electlrician of the police deparl
IIW11Ilt W lis tOllt'lttd t ly ti he I t llot il.
\ Ill tion that all city l uli o(ilbile,
hereafter be rep" l tietd at the city co,'
"i l by the city electrician t:;ts adol
t slt'lr tlv: ct-id ' sllnI st's I lit lx- a('it
,ialt the aitteidntion of the con IIll
('aen to t11t failIure of the lutte i'lite
riie liailw'ay tcompanyi to ob(t thii
orders of the couln'il ] e latil eICE' tI
,tlnking the spap e libetu ' eelI itsI
tracks on North Excelsior, Second
tad other street' s. (tinct'- n ore- the
'ouicil soles nllly ordered oti cltw Il tiy (O- I
.in11ee' to issue a thalld;[it, to the rall
-Isy r mpallltn'y.I with the pro abhilities
" e'\more soletfnly ignoring . Ill( order.
The utert-stion of hle railway con.
p 1 ny's refusal to lltli' ll its tracks,
See's beforlIe the I council forlit tli.i- I
thtll a year. lDespite tanr;It'r
'tVharton':: denial ill 4 n,1:llor Clark',
:nurning nett' )paper 15a tat e'.c that 110.'
had ever re(eiv(ed such orders, the
records of the council show that oil
. oral previous o(csions during
:- t set ' and earlier hi,-s y'ear, or
hers to plank tracks hailt hbtn sent l
11 1 t comllipally. All. 1h o1\( ,,Ol" al)
'larently have booll iglo'ed. -ince (h1.
'ouncil aKain la:;t night |threate ed .
,tillull r' at'0ion against the ('Oc1h
ADRRIVES FROM NIHEARI
TO VISIT HIS FAMILY
Eli ('onovod arrived in this city
yesterdal y front Niltwart to visit hi is
family at 21015 ('Cottonlwood avetnue.
11e gives ; highly interesting aiccount
of the great mninig activities in that
old silver Calltl , the Molton linle. one
of the obletlet in thte camp, having ill
:reased their ubllllers t.o 175 minelrs.
All the otlers Iai\ve saWll own renewed
activity, especially the Snowdrift.
where the' out look is very favorable.
The district ltis all the iapp, at anc,
of itlhe old ilining btooltl diays of .Mton
tatia, hunldreds of Butte miners are
prospectite and dligging for the iproc
ioJls whilte Ittal thalt promies to re
new mining a.tivities throughout the
state ttti. l sltu er and fall, owing to
ithe steady detlmand for silver in home
and for'ign markets.
(C'otlint!ted on Page Eight.,
"WVitlh ('liua governed by a presi
dlent not elected by its people, ilut
chosen by th11e United States: PortI o
Ilico ltteadinlk with America for
complelte freedoml; Nicaraguna iunder
co.nt rol of Amlerican forces. a. it(
Presidenlt W\ilsonl, with no dectlr
ationi of war by congress, dictating
the affairs of Haiti backed by anll
aritmed force- cain America sit in
honestly at the peace conference?
"'There is sure to be trouble he
t ween England and Japan, who feels
that she has a perfect right to long
kong. England's pride is Hongkong.
tihe most strongly fortified placa in
"When Capt. Carpenter said: '1
would like to see an alliance lie
tween Great Britain and the United
States, anitd then see the yellow dog
who would dare to stick up his head,'
we kinow whlolll he was referring to.
"'The thing for every self-respect
ing nation to do is to conduct her
self with such honesty, integrity and
uprightness that her sisters will
pattern after the example."
:* -- ------ o
(By "Gil 1\Y")
Bob Shawkey is hiving no trouble
with his ,arm this -,,ing and he is
,'onfident that hle , li will more
i:tan twenty gaimc. dtur:ng the sea
.oii just opened.
;inci Feathers,. -itt Champion
.iJohnny kilbane i;;- first bout
since re- ',terir g ritng had a
narrow escape fr, ,. beiing knocked
out. by Frankie I'es\, h1 has had
no trouble gettin:: :' 1 the matches
he ttcan attend to. Prlactically every
hoxer in the count r;y who can weigh
in under 130 poundt is hot on the
trail of the suipposedly totttri;ng
champitnon for a nll; lhI for the title.
The latest to enteir the lists of con
tenders for KIilbaiins title is Benny
Valgar. Whet her ici latter is really
of championshilp ap li: ir is a lltatter
of doubt, but he will prolbably get
the first chance whin ilillhane gets
ready to risk his title.
Tomorrow, acrcot'linlg to the vr
ticles of agreement for tile chanmpion
ship fight between .loss Willard and
.iack Dempsey, Telx RIickard, pro
mioter of the big battle, Imuist nantme
ithe place where iil' contest is to
lie staged. The Imi is already set
----July 4----anid thie iontey has al
ready hoen posted. Willard having
Iut up a $10,000 folfeit while Rick
ard has prodluced $15,000 as a
guaranty that 11t,' fight will take
Iplace. As to the ':'cene of the con
test, several 1plcres are available,
noltably ill Nevada and Idaho, where
long fights havei beIen legalized.
Rickard is considering plans for an
amllphitheater thal will hold 505,000
persons, it is said. Meanwhile WVil
Iird is training stleadily at his ranch,
taking road runs and indulging in
light sparring. lThe big chaumpion
has also tll himlself oni a special
diet with the ideia if gradually re
dtllling weight. so that by th!e t(i-me
h' tenters the ring he will weigh nol
imore than 245 pIountls. Denmpsey will
not start vigorous training until the
first of .Illlne, as 1h Ielievs that
fourll weeks of stI'renuous training
wortk will prove sufficient.
.1imniv(rsary of Firstl Epsom Derby.
Toimorrow will be, the 139th anni
versary of the first runnilg of hlie
falmous Englisli de'rby, tie pioneer
of all tlhoroulghbred classics. It was
on May 4, 178it lint Sir ('harles
ilunbury's l)iomod heat Major Kel
ly's Eclipse antid see'ni other horses.
It was a mitile rael and at tie illlme
attracted little attii'iion. The stakes
were 1,025 guinelas, or $5,125, al
though some autllllrities place tile
stakes at $9.1100 The Earl of D)er
by instituted lhoi stakes, in order to
promotllte Il reeltldigm of horses, antd
thereby "hangt a tale."
Capt. John Iiurgoyne- who later
ultrreltndered to the American army
at Saratoga --had wooed and won
Ihe heart of the beautiful Lady
Charlotte Stanlley, daughter of the
Earl of Derby. and, lacking the con
sent of the ltter, the pair eloped
nid were marlried. Capt. Hlturgoyne
intde a niest for his bride on an es
tile which ii, inow the scene of tilt'
'famous E:)psoI I)Owns race (course.
I'he dashing calptain found himself
inable to piay for the piroperty and
Mrs. BIurgoyne appealed to. her
father for assistance. The earl 'for
g-ave lilt' rullnaways anid purclthaed
the estate, itittnintg parlt oif it into
the traick wheret th le citerhy was in
taugura.ted in 17.80).
ltefore ithe war Derby day, on
which 11lt' litllll us aces were "'in,
r'as a holiday in London and vicin
ity and 'vw.lylhtdy with thle price
went to I':pst o D)owns. Paitiamlilt t
took ta rcelss Il tthe day of tlle I'il("'
and manety e siness houlses closed
Iheir tldons Kings and prlinct s a'tln
lnillionaire, firo lt Anlerica jostled
ill the grell crowd with the touts
tnd ihaw-i rs, and titled ladies
ioulched ',l iwrs with the lowest
womeon oif Ilondon town. So tre
tlentldouls i;rs Ilhe colcoulrse of hll
nililty illn former days that perhaps
noti otne inll ihllnnred really saw tile
rate, bhill I 1;1 did not prevent a con
YUCATAN SOVIET CALLS BLUFF
flF TAX-DODGING LANDLORDS
Owner Swore That $150,000
Estate Was Worth $10,
000. Government Prompt
ly Paid His Price.
('hii'', Iav 3.-- "Mlake the work
]inlmutan I :land you make him revo
lutionar .sys Felipe Carillo. for
m"' er m. \,.' .,r of Yucatan, and presi
dlnl "I,' ,ague of Resistance, a
lu .si-- list organization of
workin.!. which he says now con
irols ., iit goverilment of IY0a
t ; big husky-all Maya
Indian ib,1. with a cross strain of
Sugli,,, ! is away back, accord
ing ti 1 . ;Ilian grandmothers.
"I e.' Ile United States now
antd I he said at the congress
hol. , not go to Europe. They
giv rI ,, I' a;sport. I make a re
p rl'i !,I ii. \ k enl of Yucatan what
I iin l
"I :I 1!i. workingmen of this
count. ;~!" Inot revolutionary be-F
cau i ,,,,, all little rich, all have
pi,. ii ! I do not believe it. I
havle , r, gold hotels and your
:h:uld.n .i and I can not un'ler
:i'ld I: tI w i muean by the Amler
ic ll ' : : !inn all little rich.
!cex, imuchabaex!" are
trh'' i r slle words all children
iOf 'iu i" '; 'it, taught to speak and
.!lig t: ' . in their schools. The
"'i `I' Workers of the world,
i Yucatan has fou'
'l'1 I!::"-,,. f Yucatan has foun"
Siderable portion of London's popu
lation from going to Epsom Downs
each year. It was the fashionable
thing to do, and everybody wanted
to be fashionable.
Since the derby was ftunded by
Edward Stanley. the twelfth earl of
Derby, three nations liave succs-',
fully challenged English horses and
won the classic-France, " Hunga:l y
and the United States. King Ed
ward had three victories- to his
credit, a record surpassed only by
the Duke of Westnminster and Sir
John Hawley. each of witmnl won the
derby four times.
IBACK AND FIELD
MEET IN CORIVALLIS
( By lnited Press.
F'orvallis. Ore., May 3. - -- Th,
northwest chantlpiontship and Oregon
stalte ilntt rschtelastic track and f iold
meets, are being held hITre today un
der the auspicer; of the Oregon Atri
Althletes; from tlianv high sc'hon:t
of the Pacific coast aro competitng in
the lnortlwi( sat clhtanip;onship, the oith
Or xevents being confinled to repre:tn
tatives of Oregon school:.
(told. silv'er and bronze Ieda;, are
being distributed to the wrinnrt; of
STANDING OF CLUBS.
NATIONAL LEA E.
\Won. Lost. Pet.
Cincinnati ..-........... 7 1 . I
Brooklyn ........... 5 1 .5
New York ............ 1 .1; ;7,
Chicago ........t.t- . 4 : ..57
Philadelphia .......... .,00
Pittstiu- rgh ......... .:
St. L,;uis ............... 2 7 .222
R oston- ..t ( ....... .... tl ( .111
AMERICAN EIAGI E.
WXon. Lost. Pet.
hic\ , o . .. .........
New York ..... . 2 t;
loston - ................ .. - t , .57
Clevl(andtl ........... - .50
Washington . ..... 1 .-129
l te.roilt ... ... ... .. 1 4 .429
Philadelphia - -- 2 4 .3;3
St. Iouis .............. 2 5 ."S ,
Won. Lost. Pct.
St . Pau l .......... . - ; .
ol nbl ----- . -----...... 4 1 .7 01
oui;vill .......---------.. 5 . 2
M innr aploli; .......... 2 2 .5,-0
San Francisco ..... 14 11 .20
Oakland ..... ...... 12 11
acrtl nto ......-12 12 .
Vernon ...--------.......... 1---- 1 1 . 6
Senat le ............... S 14 .4 ,
'ortlin l ...... ........ 1 .2
Cincinnati, 1; St. louis, S.
Chicago, 4: Pitlsburgh, 2.
Boston. 0: Brooklyn, 7.
Philadelphia, 2; New York. 11.
AMERICAN IEAGI UE.
Detroit, 1 4 ; Cleveland, 6.
New York. .; Boston, I.
St. Louis. 1 1; Chicago. 4.
Washington. 7; Philadelphia. 2.
Kansas City, 4; Louisville, 3.
Minnealpollis, O; Indtlianapolis, 2.
St. Paul. 7; Toledlo. 2.
Milwaul:ct, 2; Columhbus, .
()aktland, 1; Portland, 2.
Vernon. 4; Seattle. 2.
Saclramento. 6; Los Antgeles, 11.
Saltl Lake. 6; San Francisco, 7
Principles on Which
Yucatan Soviet Runs
"The defense and emlancipation
iof the workers is the work of
"The Land is the i notlher and
Labor the Father of luinlanity.
"Do all possible to emlancipate
yourself from tthe landtllordls and
thus you will havei onlly the in
structions of God to foPow.
"WVork for yourself; tdo not al
IoN" another to i. N lotir yotui NOIa .
Right and duties are two
"The day cannlot exist withtout
"If you collect ttie full price of
youtr work, do good worlk.
"Attack no o.ne withOllt motive,
but never presettt the other cheek
to ally tmian who has strullck one."
steamship tlinti. ;:lld owns and ru!ts
all its railroads. :'icording to Carillo.
All the large litded estates were
taken frolti the landlords. and a pt'ur
chase price Iaid. In all c'ass the
price paid a;. Illth value of the land
as sworn i)y Ihl( !landlolds to the tax
assessors tplui. l. to pr cent. The gov-[
ernlmentt laytnl its ftor the land uire
in 20 yearly payments.
One tlt:ld Ii\wner swore to $10,000
as tihe vitlut. o;f ian estate of set'eral
square milev. It had cost himt $50,
000 and he put $100,000 of improve
ments on i!. It has .ost the state of
A SLICE OF. BREAD SPREAD
"Community Brand" Butter
W ill In I tll' I htitger spI. I ai l lit"kle I llt i. tt r.
; \ e h +ve il f're.li I'eis it Illse el h rur every <lay. Býiiall,,l rl'
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BEST YET BUTTER SHOP
322 S. Main Street
Also for Sale at 50 Walnut St. and 2091//2 W. Park St.
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IN ANYTHING YOU (COlK
requiring milk you' 11 get ntutlt
better results if you use ours.
It is far richer than the ordinary
- article and "the extremte c.;i'( wit l
which it is handled frolll ow to
bottle will give a tdded saitiflactionu
ill the knowledge of its ab:iolit e
++ The Crystal Creamery
450 E. Park St.' ]Phone 181
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T. ('.ltUningham n Earl Aikin W. D. Mar2in
VULCAN WELDING WORKS
IllRONZE, AlIfMINI M AND ( (O P PER It
110-118 S. W yom ing Street
ALL WVORK GU.ARANTEED
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SPECIAL Chicken Mulligan
D IN N ER "":"i
From 11 A. M. to 7 P. M. Shamrock Cafe
MAY 4th 9 N. ARIZONA ST.
.1 \ (.)l U SA \ IT IN Till, UI'IllI, N.
AT THE AMERICAN.
"Fighting i'r Gold, with Tom
Mix (who, with Eddie Polo shares
the distinction of being the idol of
the juvenile sr'een 'iats), is all that
the title implies. A vivid tale of
the days wheln a six-shooter was the
highest tribunal of the law. (Sonic
thing similar to Butte arollunld elee
lion line). lThe tactics of ait large
Illining Cotlplltaly ill its attemptsl to
"jutlmp" a coveted claim (bieloinging
to the ihero) and te f tie flt that these
syndicates rel'spect nothlling but
force, is ably demonstolralted. The
hero, he. ilowever, prodluces the
nlecessa'y for''I to the delight oif his
youthful worshipers in the alldiene
dnd proves thait he has "nine points
ill the law."
The Alllerican't Sympllhpiony orches
tr, ru'llmored to have twenty pieces,
actually consists of twelve. F'lexible
as the word symphony may be, it
is scarcely applicable to an instru
Iimentation of twelve.
The orchlestra is a creditablle or
ganization, but the audience" must
not expect to hear muclh of lece
thoven or Mozart. The hill this
time at tlhe American is very good.
consisting also of a Harold Lloyd
coimedly a int- ll episOde of the
"Lightning Raider," with the usual
allottment of blood-cuirdling thrill:.
WORKED ALL RIGHT
I By United IPr's.)
',po;,ane, 3I -" . '. 1B. Honedict's
sim ile little idtea of a burglar ;tlarut
worked so well that he is thinking of
Before going to ),ed last night,
Benedltct placed a. few c tlptt' Blc\o
bottl es on a table, whiiclih he shoved
against tl h:e ck door. When `I r.
ltuirglar gently pushed open the door.
there wats an awful l 'ralsh l t nd e I:'at
a. rapid retllrca. And Benedict
grinneil. tlrnt d over iiand went to
flet p again.
I r .it.-tt. ,- "
" 1 ,0 , i t ' s a '. u ~ t at , e ..e n b r e a k t '
twcon st': ti;re. and thos: w.,n
et I~-~' "- , fin d ~ 'i .:ne r h .
Yucatan $11.1100 antd is now parc-eled
out among stulll farmners. whio hllve
titles of use and occupancy.
"Only those who work land shall
have land," is the theory of ('arillo.
Bulletin Want Ads Get
Results. Phone 52.
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WM. McAULAY & CO.
66 West Gold Street
A. F. TOLER, inc.,
501 South Main St.
' h iis I,,lislh is 1;4'iin ' iliii
slil t . I(, \\°.' 111
IPatent Alpilied for
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.Genuille Old Time
Lager Beer Extract
PER CA(',N, it1.50, FIIEE
An neilla( leld lrearation to)
make sparkling, healthful,
good old Lager Bieer Iat homie.
Etsy to makel. No cooking.
IRetldy to drink in I1 dI(ays.
Try it iow. Get your supply
for the warm weather. Canll
contains net 8 oz.
Pure extract (free of alcohlol)
of finest lanlt and hops for
seveln gallons of heer.
721( S. Montana St.
PI honie 0i57J,. llutte, Monlt.
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17 S. Main St.
L_'iit'x(c ell( l u( I i ltle
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I.i hl `iIfi tlI'a
WE CATER TO THE
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Sam and John Kenoffel
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