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Not ice of Sale of leal 1`state at Ptivte aBle. In the district court of the Second Judicial district' of the state -of Montana, In and for th county of Silver Bow. In the matter of the estate of Mich ael McGuire, deceased. U:nder authority of an order of sale granted by the above .ntitled court in the above entitled estate,;On the 24th day of April, 1919, 'the tn dersigned will sell at'pri'vate siile all the right, title and interest *of the said Michael McGuire, deceased, it tih timte of his death, arid all-' he right, title- and interest 'that' said .,:taote hais by operation' of law obr otherwise, acquired, other than and in adulition to, that o1 sadi Mlichael .ltvluire, deceased, in and -to the fol lowing ildescribed real estate -stuatedt in Silver Bow county, Montana, to wit: Lots numbered twenty-six (26), twenty-seven (27), twenty-eight (28) and twenty-nine -(29), in bloelt thirty-nine (39), of the Daly ýaddi lion to the city of Butte, according Ito the official plat and survey there- of on file in the office of the clerk and recorder of Silver Bow county, Mmonlana. Which "said property stands on the records of Silver Bow county, Montana, in the name of \like McGuire, whose full name was and is, Michael McGuire, the' above named decedent. That said sale will be on or after tho 14th day of May; 1919; at 2 itclock p. m. of said day. Any offers oIr bids for said property must -be in writing and Will 'be received at the o!rfite, of Canning & Geagan, room 558, Phoenix building."West Parlc st reet, Butte, Mont. Terms of sale are cash on cod~lriuation of sale by the above entitled court.- - listed this 29th day of April, 1919. JAMES IFF. O'BRIIN, Administrator of the estate of Michael -McGuiire; -deceasdd. I(Last publication May 13, 1i 19:) NOTICU TO CIEDiTOIS. I:slalto of Esther Peterson, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the t(n t rsigned admlninistrato"' of the es tute of Esther Peterson, deceased, to thls creditols of a'nd' all persons lai ving claims against 'the said de it.sed, to exhibit them, with the <( I,,ssatry vouchers, within tour imonths after the first publication ot lhis notice, to the said admlinis'tritor ;it the offcee of. Maury & Melinei, 4." Itirbiolr building, Butte,'Monti., the n::it being the place for the frants ;i (tionl of the business of said estate, i, ihI county of Silver Bow, State III 1lontata. M. J. GEIGER, Admtitinistrator of the estate of Elsther Peterson, deceased. InItd Butte, Mont., this 27th day f' April, 191.9. I( ilrsl publication April 29, 191-.) New Line Ladies' and Children's I siery. BIG 4, 17 W. Park. (. & H. Green Tradipg Sutainms. THE GRE ATEST OF ALL" SALES At the Popular Ladies' Gprimet Store 63 EAST PARK STREET When you read these prices nd spe the wonderful values we offer you will realize that this is truly theF g'eatest f alt sales. If you are looking for bargains, here they are. Kayser silk Blo6omers Cloth Skirts Hose Values to $2..J5, at this a Values to $795 r .. sal Qo . off e y o all hosivers great sa, on $1.50 values, silk, now Kayser ilk Vests i etticoats at................................... ysearl es 'All, silk, values to $2.50 1 QC :5e values; now on sale 4 A w nderul value at $2.50; now at:...........:..... at..... -.............................. specially priced fol' the" All silk, values to $3.0 45e values; now n sale 2 reatest of a s les it.. ow at ........ .... at .............. ....... III silk poplins and serges G'hent 85 ,t toe very laest rils nnd 2695 bi rgans; '35 alues atles 5 vals .at 2....2.85 1Y-i 6ie 3 i0 vales will be ipiced in85 is a t it i. n l a Sil sits, values to $32.50, for "08 sale n,-,.' 1.. ....... ................ . -V . ti ..... _ _ OUR W' s85 OUR Wl!gDOSAl* III puik' SWEATER C'TS ,Will be sold at this pgratest o all sates, re- W T .arditess 1f coot or li ro;:. ,. $S.50 values; priced for thi sale e Our stocks of waists are all very beautiful iii onl----...........:.......... ... an ---------we oer sme exceptional gas. va7 ,alues, in tIis pgreatest oA all 45 1 lie ill' be Sold ii ti 1values. nowo on sale saleIat if $395 onl .......... ... ........ ...........................6.50 values, a ig sa.ving. for voj 2 9f~ "t VB lok $ B:. 'I (,11'....-------------------·----------------- You piouid not overlook 1hes5. ,Ily I Muslin Underwear Hjer! s a Real Bargain Ijouse Dresses a lluc~i to $1.1,' At t 95C Beautitul silk camisoles, regulair :u.nes to $.t50, now, Hatle--------'a$2-... . $.50'values. at this great on sle t Soal . ..:.:. ............... .... s e . ...... -.... palmans sa... Values to 44", ow Kimonas !sale t .... ...... .. ..... :..:...: . t~iZ I " Co'ats . ... Values 8, w on A wonderful n, Values to $4, now on sale .. - - vaue to 50 sale at ........................... EXTRA t$RR~OML ww ..., y1 I ETTI3A lFO"IAL --OIAPS.-- ~695 Silk-Values to 07.50, no w. 1 * Values tbo $15, now...............- .. ,ý But -- "i"-- L-' everyone flW t7A0 ' LOQ N , But then Wilbiy is only like everyone else OttH OM' L&TTJ..&C1AN N0;A MY u:L CAC ? NO' 8vT )F WNtArd 114m. +rro~aL~ Now3 =~zt&' S" LIR.ov ~ ~ elu1 o T~T r LO STr I I -T wI`AE Aw pA`W NOW WHAT' I'D r4AV ThNA ICKELINA~ NIDEL JID You, LOSE oTt+1=R NICKEL, C1RASS AN' I CA$-. THA4T NICKE.L I'D) NAVE A DIME '" BID 17' To' AN _ s ý- FIND IT' -~b - __~ OEW..RTS OOF ALL SORTS NEWS OF INTEREST FROM FAR AND NEAR oo c o 3y ".GRAVY." Kid Gleason is using the 1917 world's championship lineup with Ithe exception of one player, Risberg be ing in the game and McMullin on the behch. Zinn Beck, last season with the YIfnkees, is playing third base and batting second with the Vernon club. Capt. Zach Wheat is fighting hard to retain his batting honors. The great outfielder has so 'far playedi well up to the standard he set foi himnself in' previous seasons. The Cardinals have sent up a cry for help. Five of Drench Rickey'v twirlers were injured in a recent autl accident, and three of them arc temn porarily out of the game. The club's manager has asked several National league clubs to lend him boxmen. He aplpealed to the Brooklyn club for as sistande, but unfortunately Unlch RIobbie had to refise as he has only five .pitchers hiniself :and therefori cokhld not help out the western club. Pi'esident Grant of the Braves, who has 11 boxmen on his payroll, was not approacehed. Girant, howes.er. said that if the Cardinals did ask hila lhd wtould not hesitate to help lthcn out.' As soon as the Braves' owner heard about the accident, he 'sen' wo.rd to .tullings poinitfig out the dangers of joyriding to the members of' the club. Bllitalo Has Had Many S .Gr(ht Baseball Clubs. Although Buffalo is not now in any major leaguke circuit, there was a tiilne Whell that city had teams in bgtli the National and American leagues. In the early days of thi game, before professionalism had di, .eloped, Buffalo' had several stella clubh. The old Buffalo IReds of th, early '60s had an international reliu ation, and played in the first world. championship series, held in I)etroi in 1865. Another famous Iuffalh club of the early days was the Niaga ras. In a game at Buffalo in 186! the Nag'aras piled tIup the bigges score in baseball history, winning over the Colnumbhians by a score o 209 to 10. Buffalo's first appearance in leagui hall was in 1878; as a member of th, 0ld International association. But 'alo annexed the pennant that yea; ifter a thrilling contest. Buffalo anm Utica were tied at the finish and thi leciding game was played in Utica The home club led by a two-run mar gin up to the eighth inning, whet Ihe Buffalds got two men on the bags with one out. A wild throw lost tile game and the pennant fot Utica.' The ball lodged in the sprin. of a farm' wagon. The friendly root ers cried out, "It's in the spring!" and the Utica players went chasing atout looking for a pool of water wvhile Buffalo was scoring the win ning runs. Buffalo was admitted to the Na tional league in 1 879 and remaineoi in that circuit seven seasons. Amoton' the famous Buffalo players were Brouthers, Dave Eggler, Jin: O'Rourke, Richardson andi Rowe.' In the Players' league of 1890, organ ized as a result of the "brotherhood wvar," Buffalo won the. cellar chain pionship. Buffalo was a charter member of the American league in 1900, with a club under the manage ment of D. Shannon, and was Ithe only eastern city in the league that year. Buffalo finished seventh dnd was dropped at the close of the sea son. When the late federal league was organized, Buffalo was repre entpld ith a club. The Ilisons have teen reprisoentedl in the Internation-t I league (formerly Eastert sin( Is orgalliz'tlion In 1892, with Ith e eoption of 1899!)!) and 1 !l(00 setasolns, ntld have won several penlai;ln: . 'ir st International Battle in lithe ini The first inte-rnationul tpugilistic attle was staged on this datle in 17:'3 when Bob'V Whittakter defeated 'ito Alberto di Carini, "lth Venetian :ondolier," in London. 'Theo hot at tracted Inuch attention, as the boxing ntamte was then just becoiting popul ar in England. Tito Allberto was an Italian who, after beating th iteal nen in his own coulntry, was indtuced 'ty aln JInglish nob'e to visit England. King George 1. and his fair ftavo rite, the D)llchess of Yarmloutll , ;and ;cores of nobles, occupied b oxst-s aII iigg's amphitheater. The Italiiant lircules' gae WVhittaker, a gi ant i'orks hiret 1 l n. I terrible heating, 'ut Blob took it all and camle back or mlore, and in the andl lritish 'tlluck andt tenac.ity won it(he day tanl] he Venetian admtnitted that he had at .Ast mete his mIaster. ()n one occas on W.hitaker was 'knockedi clear oti tf the ring ant landed on tlhe hntds of the slectators, but he iunleldiate y climbed back stud resumed tillh con test. CLAY PIGEON SMASHERS MEET (By United Press. ) Pendtleton, Ore., May 6. - Alter ;pending Sundlay at practice, clay pigeon smashiers opened the seventh annual slate tra ilt ooting toutrla ment of the Oregoni Slate Sports ment's association here at 9 :30 o'clock Monday mnorning. The tourney will last three days. Hiandsome trophitcs and $800 will go to the winners. rThe state championll ship will be decided after the con-ll testants shoot at :,000 targets today and tomorrow, 1'5 each day. 'li'h winner will have his expenses paii to the grand American handicap of the Amnerican Trapshooters' associa tion. The tournanlent is being staged at the traps of the Ie'(Inletonl Rod and Gun club on the fiamllOlus 'rounduplll)' grounds. GERMANY WILL BE (Continued from page one.) tihe country is in a serious conditioni financially, industrially and political ly. Allied commercial and financial aid is needed to restore normal in distrial condition. The allies have been sending large quantities of food into Germany for some time. Sud den re-establishlnent of the economic blockade and possibly more vigorotus than during the war, would force the Germans. Italy's rights in the peace conference 'was taken this morning when the credentials of her delegates Were submitted to the Germans. Other allied representatives ex changed credentials with Germans last week. (Special United Press Wire.) Paiis, May 6.- Supporting the American report that Italy was not Invited to return to the conference, it was learned that he final draft of the treaty did nol contain Italy's name and it was niecrssary to write it in. (Special United lPress Wire.) Vienna, May 6.---The Austrian Hungarian delegates to the peace conference will leave the last of the week. The iparty, consists of 30 del egates and assistants, so secretaries ahnd four newspaper imen. M. Dart lein will head the delegation. (Special United Press Wire.) Rome, May 5.--Prenmier Orlando and Ambassador Sonaino left here for Paris last night. It is statOd that all s'ocieties in Sebanlco in mass meeting declared that Sebanico was annexed to Italy, following the example of Finme. ......--......... - ----77- - UNDERTAKERS DANIELS & BILBOA UThdertakers arnd Embabhm6-r 1215 Bast Park St., Butte. Phol.e US Residence Phone 4381.-Wt Auto and Carriage a.iulpi.met I)LATH NO(''I(CE. Hanley-The retmains of the late Richard Hanley, age .S years, who died this morning. tre at Duggald's undertaking parlors. Funeral an nouncement later. LARRY DTTGG Reliable Undertaker and EImlm 822 North Main Htre Phone 770. Use Bulletin w at ads. They geot results. FIVE-CENI MILLACE 1T00 MUCH SAY HEAOS ('l pecinl 'i ted Press W\Vire. V: .hington, M\ay 6.--- War de pUlr .lnntI hoa(ds, under orders of ih(' lis I supreme court, attempl)ts to sha w why discharged soldiers should no '., allowed iuileage hoime at the r ts -.~' five cellnts pe(' mile illstail d of lhb A half-insurance order was thi- st victory for private soldiers lno : lilors' legion in its fight to for, the governlment to pay I1he men ,) o0tlll forly nmillion dollars ad1- itis :.Il allowance. ('Congress au tho)i it the payi e lllllt of five cePiints MYRTLE OBJECTS TO HENRY'S VIOLENCE A); rlle Klebert, who wits married to I nrmy Kleterl, October 216. 1916, askh- for divoree flrom her' (ilhosil oni Ibecauise, site says, hoe hats iill so.y i: occasi)ons inflicted bodily ini juiry and physical violence uipon her )erson. She says she gave Ilil I11 provocat ion. Bulletin Boosters should patronize Bulletin advertisclrr I e.n CLASSIFIED ADS ent MALE HELP WANTED FOR RENT BOARD AND ROOM (001) coat maloer or small job inuk- I-lI(() brick hlouse, 11i . (llrant. Il'T-('CLA hUrd nd room i or. Plenty of work. Good prices. I. I'hoi GG:i-\V' . / private fniamily, $ ,. pe-,r .ioutIl; 11. Sclhnetider, Whitefish. Mont.garge fo roul. 3"7 S. \Vuihi tllon. __-_______ :I N 't'IINI II;I) fil; ithlr roomijs: WANTE.I)D-- Ambit(ions men to pre-. .i id'; tangI' ,; hai's;: linleI. WORK WANTED pare for promotion. Apply ino 19 I, . JPlatiu St'll S. 1 s ill1iro 2 'i ternational Correspondence School, \ \. tin r. I 'hiotl, . !.70-J. . basement, No. 1 WVest Broadway. -- -- ------ ('AII'IN'1'IER work, bv the day or ,FOIR 1IEN N'-- Large hall, suitable for job Jo liling ai spii' alty. I'hone ARE YOU SICK OR CRIPILE)? clubs, pool, dance or meeting place. :1231-W. A few treatments of CH-IItROPRIHAC- Over P'eople's Loan Office, 2853/ East TIC will relieve you. At any rtte Park. Inquire within. give it a trial. Quit drugs. Avoid FINANCIAL the operation. See Flora W. E hery, THREl' 1i-It) fllt, mdern; fu r ni Room 9, Silver 1Bow block. tle fr salel rang. 'onne:id. FIVE THOUSAND WORKElkS RETRNIllY 95 s ,oiuh a.csihn, r,,,i o wanted to buy $5 worth of stoco advertise for wolk can u... tie I,'eOI' 11-()O In modIron iungalow, lol in Tihe Bulletin Publishing Co. want all columns of the Daily I (I - 11n hal', all feni'el; $2,30Q, letin free of charge. Po n''t Ibe terns. ' .... .hilills s. MONEY TO LOAN backward in taking advantage o(r tl',, ONE furnished roinm, with or witlh offer, we are glad to be of eervh', l(g uf Ioaird. 114 S. lac'ksn st. MONE Y LOANEDI o diamonds, you. ......- - --\ttb h . . waliehes, jew 'lryv and Liberty bo lnds ._I-lIt( lii 'al~il a flitiiilii-lh l.t i 1 . ~at. ia'e;irsoii abile) rate of interest;. The FEMALE HELP "W,,"it tu. th( tltl iabl;e. 1. inion, 21 N. Main. --- ----- --- REAL ESTATE MONEY LOANED at 3 per cent. Dia monds, jewelry, Liberty bonda. GOOD restaurani t pi I , :, :i -:.. iu) -- More Linz, upstairs leweler. range, wait on coithnS-ii p 10 l't -ou- 'tl lunch blllckc ts. Mu. :i -., l i O :;iw:il':I 6i-()() l)llhos, wil l Ii lgo lll' "o nc rtlose an, d ,pantry, c, l shedi .i i:111 CLEANERS AND DYERS ant write E8 glish. ,o( I ,to'. ('i ll'arg slited for gariage; lightll and cafe, 9 N. Arizoni. il, 2 Clar \V. lY., cal hil ki. AIMERICAN Dyeing & Cleaning Wks. 1341 Harriscon ave. Phone 131. SECOND-HAND GOODS I,,i,: M house on two lots; a bar- SI'ITY' catlh ro ;a nil lilvered. S NnAD. Apply owner, 1945 S. Wy WANTED 'on ine at. Phone 5403-J. Work gnuaanlecd. ('lub rates. Give us a trial. Lslie (,', 22 W est T"WV'0 Iaby bhuggie,4 in fir.s(-class Qttua z st., phone 271;5. HIGHEST PRI('lE paid for 'ld l .loth- codition, will sell chali. C. l; . ing, shoes, hats, trunks, tools. Ich)uk, 1611 Dewey lBldg. TONSORIAL Phone 3557-W. _ FOR SALE FURNISHED ROOMS _ _ _S L ITAVE your children's hair cut at E. J. Swaidner's barber shop, ........ ... ECNI) HIANI) heavy ilumbr; iron 1332 W. Broadway. MRS. MAY S'I'O('K of Three Forks! beant 2 fteet long. i!1 I i'l ;h P ah,. has taken elaige of thle roomii 1i l'A.11 ol antl driving hr, CIGARS house at :1:S East IBroadway. . Al All sir y Allertn lo oy. t ti'r, her rooms arei clean andl well fllr- 217 . Silver. Phon 47-J nished; tent rieasonable. .. e patriotic, smflke Army and NICELY furnishedl rooms, reasonabl F.i 11(1 iDO S of good furniture in Navy brand cigars. For sale at rates; c(initally located; qluiel I u ittll 'it o I. io S i. '(liel ils ; ioallld 1eiti cigar stanids. place. 112 E. BIroad way. tll o r' tiiwiils; a huigin _.___ it . raw. Hemstitching and Braiding Furnished Housekeeping '" "Ai "'i.F: d. , hlioti ,li ..s'. .. p |harlls l| (hi('Iii hoes.F, iiAlDING. emstitching and Sicot Rooms00 minutes wal fron car line. Inquire, IlDING, hemstitching abd icdt t 91 5 llt' war, iing. 101 Pennsylvania block. lM. IE. linedict. HOUSEEIEIC '['PIN( aind singlhe roolims, JEWELRY and second-hand cloth at the Shermai'nn hiiiouse,, 107 'Weslt ing for sale at Uncle Samn's Loan Decorations and Painting Quarza, unditr netw mlanagement; Office, 11 S. Wyoming street. everything i tly cleaned. ------------ --- - A (-OO-) Ill'N('Il of rabbits of dif- PAINTING, paperhanging, kalsomin $12 PERI MOi T l V I nd til1. Single fternt kinds at reasonii hable pri(.o.. ing. Miller's, 423 Colorado sticet. rooms $6. tit i i(xch;liing('d for In!- "1.1(I . 'Wyomiinl g. Phouio 603. bo'. GIs I'ali '--_ -- ---- . i......... . -- CHILE PARLORS b..DAIRY FOR SAI,I ---AI, centrally TWO NI('E:. .lan, large, pleasant located. Snap. Phone :.7't)-W. CHILE PARLORS furnished housiekeeping rooms; convenient; sunny; close in. 507 FURNISHED HOUSES TIRy IT. W. Galena. FOR RENT our chili always the best in the city. T\VO NEW\VY fulrnishe.d hous.;:eep- .. . E. Parl i'ONY CIILI CAFE. ilg roolml0 , 0 1 t1, lll riold water and 7-SROOM Iodlrn houseI, brighi, su1- ,13 E" Part St. bath. 326 South Idaho. ny rooms; che(ap rent to reliable - NICE CLEAN hoisekeeping rooms. ilparties. Call ter 9:0 5. uI., 516i 1-,; TRANSFERS 1(ºt North Washington.l . Silver . FOtUR-ROOM) f'll urisiih'd house for RUDOLPH TRANSFER CO. Phone Ujlfurnished Houses renit: no ,objeco!in li, hilcen.o 2711 or 2749. .. . . . . . . . . (all 1041) Califl rni av'e. 4-ROOM modern house. Inquire A - -- --' - AUTOMOBILES 1125 E. Second st. Phone 3231-W. HAT CLEANING FOR SALE Pianos Tuned and Repaired HAT OLD IH to lo i bloke . 1A)4 B1UK, at"ivery body; sHAf anl cla inild to look like new. Both ladieis' and gents' hats renovat- starter, lighting .vsstem; in-. ne GIJYON. 600 S. Clark Ave. 6585-J ed. Fifteen years' exerienace as a conldition. You shoultl see this cgp hat imaker. Tlhe Nifty Hat Shop; Snith n Ii\llhine shop, 41i1 S. Wyorn 'URNITURE FOR SALE _ 6~l. Pa-r.i- _ i. !,. .9 ____NITURE___R L E rsIBER TI SIX; five passenger, 1918 FURNISHED HOUSES modie; ahmiost new, cheap. ' Ad FURNITURE and ranges for sale. dress I, BIulletin office. City 1Furuitur, Exchange. 206 E. 3- R()OM furnished cottage. 1125 - - -. . . Park. S. Atlantic. SAY YOU SAW IT IN BUrjLST.N, 0 -------. - .- .-----------. . u FAMOUS WOMEN I i 'noiiel n fli nn ('iof1l'in iV (naH t'rd.ll l gospel in New Engl lnd, iand the 'ir..t \vonlial 1 he ordained to th" [llivr salisl ministry, was l'hlueie Ann Cof fin lIl.nhllrd, who Wa. born in .N l ilehet. \lIass., in 1119. Ilefore eon editor ald ulrer. IOhl ll ii ordain ilt ill; 1h n ai d \S. 1 h1 i. 11a> .; New ll .'n, Conn.,, ;l and Je'r:., o I'.1,, . N , J. 'SI h was also chiplainl of 111h i ion Bulletin Phone Nolegislattre,. Ihs t2 w\nV ll to h ld t i(|]uch a po..-ition. TI, pione, vollr i onu lerg'ymlal (if' ail was .Antionelte Louisa BL1'rn n, whIo r11er ed the ministry of the ('ont",r,;gtlionl MIORRIS ACQUITTED OF BOOZE CHARGE P. J. Morris of the Lizzie block, arrested It ilalt]rch for boollegginll!. was this llorning :nqUillcd in Judge Lync'h's 'Dlcll. The jury. s lpollehd, voteod it io It fur nequittlal. The :u" re' ting officers oen plain that it in 'xlicoti ly hard to g("1 mottvicieli lI Bulletin Phone No. Is 52 [IGHT THOUSAND FOR I SERVICE IN SIBERIA WVashiing tuii May IL- ---Eight ti uni Si;,c l n;L rn w·lit provion pero militar trining ;n". udesirid firi service' in wlii Ip rtiiii11X ii'' t it tannc tody . S~r~f 0110 I'(., 1 xir-y ar per'iod 1i1 wa aiiil-oit lii i that six off i icers' .tr ining lati d he With 1(1 it'. opened oII it tt It e 2 1. It is tutu ltth I111 l the atltend1 nce wi ll X It l ent 'stee iS lATE' Ot Sit~t*19114 i I'0 'i_ i IIt]1) ('I'atS~ti' -Seto is 12 iiil's Itiomi (iISti' tl t'1ined Pr(-'; Wir. not yii I~i VI Iiii'.