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4. Is the finger-board point ing the way to the best in men's wear, where your every need will be found. A Dollar Well Spent Is Two Dollars Saved S. & H. Trading Stamps 17 WEST PARK ST. United Cigar store is next to me. SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN NERVE DLOGINS TAKES PAIN 00 OF OENTISTRY This New Scientific Irn provement Brings Re lief to Those Who Dread the Pains of a Dental Chair. Thri 'l are mniay mien iiidI wotlen, even miothers, that avoid dental attention for their chil dren, just because of the dreaded pains. Thus letting their lei it decay and cmne to a st ate whc'°e it is almost iulposciible to save then( without terrible expense. Nerve Blocking (scientifically itnown as Conductive AnaesthesiaI has brought about improvements that cannot be too highly praisld. Under the old iiethod, local antuesthetics were injected at the base of tha sore tooth, nat orally causing undue pains. Under the new systeiti the injection is made at the base of the nerves. far to the rear of the entire set of teeth. Thus cutting off the possibilities of all pains. The injection is so carefully made that it can not be felt and ii'tre are no had tastes or odors. The tatients can al most enjoy their time in the chair, for there are absolutely no tains, and the worn: is so skillfully and completely finished lturing the ef fect of the autestheiria ott the nerves that there is not even in afte~r pain of any sort. This ie"c method also in t tles its. besides extracting teeth, to kill nerves at one t Sitting and 1t perform the moat dth bell dental corrections wittout any pains whatsoever. This net' feat ito added ito t ition l)entistry now makes thie oven mtre than the most itueti ate and skillful dentists in Mon tana-their work cannot he high ly enough estimuated. Int correcting teeth the wrork is clone with the mtiost slkillful Lauds. the finest materials are used and made up ill highly equipped lab oratories. Thus making finished dental work that is beyond iui provement either as to beauty comfort or lasting fetittres. At your first thought of den tistry or a severe paiti that needs immediate attention just call 2087 for tin appointment or just come right to the Rialto building, and up to the third floor.---Adv. SAY YOU SAW IT IN BILLETIN M'CARTHY, BRYANT & CO. 317 319 E. Park. Phone 1011. 9S lbs. Rex flour................$6.23 IS lbs. Lyon's Best flour $7.25 3 lbs. White House coffeet $2.25 21; bars laundry soap .. $1.0t) No. 5 boxes soda crackers ...75c 2 lbs. best brands butter .$1.23 ('oylon tea (worth $1 lb.) .-.75c 100 lbs. Early Rose seed potatoes for ... .._....... .....- - . .$2.25 4 bars Fairy or Ivory sop. 23c Swift's Prentiuni hams, lbtt. Sc 5-lb. can strawberry jam (taken along) -... ..... ...-.- ... . 1.35 25-lb. boxes raisins. . $3.5) JOHN J. M'CARTHY, Proprietor. SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN George 1). Toole, former city attorney has resumed the gen eral practice of law, with of fices at 401-2 Daly Bank Bldg., Butte,. Montana. Subscribe to The Daily * Bulletin Bulletin Boosters should patronize pufletiu advertisers. port ews GOSSIP NOTES WASHINGTONS WIN. Detroit, May 19. -- Washington walloped Ehnihe all over the lot and won, eight to two, in yesterday's game. Gharrity for Washington brought in three of the eight runs on base hits. Johnson's hurling, Gharrity's hitting and an error by Cobb that netted Washington three runs in the ninth were feature.; of the game. Score: 11, 11. E. WVeshington. ........... S 13 Detroit ....... ... .......... 8 1 iatteries .Johnson and Alnew; Elte hi' and Ainsulith. PHILLIESt LOSE TO SON. Chicago, May 19. ty it score of tnl to nothing Chicago bested Phila delpihia in yesterday's game here. 6'icotte hltid the Athletics to two hits intil the ninth when they secured 1101. Three wallops off Perry in the opening inning enabled the iVWhite Soxs to secure their winning tally. Score: R. H. E. Chicago -..... ...... .... ..1 7 0 Philadelphia .. ... .. ... .. 0 4 2 lieIttries-Cicotte and Schalk; Perry and Perkins. HOMER WINS GAME. Cleveland. lay 19.-Cleveland Ic n from New York yesterday after noon. four to three. A hone run by Weliibsganss in the seventh with two on bases and three singles ie annexed in the rest of the game were the features. Scort: R. H. E. SCleveland ... . .... . 4 9 it New York ............ ..... 3 9 Batteries-Coveleskie and O'Neill; Mogridge, Russell and Ruel. STANDING OF CLUBS. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Won. Lost. Pet. New York ....13 4 .765 Brooklyn - -------12 : .7116 Cincinnati .. .13 7 .650 Pittsburg . I 9 .5 11 Chicago . . . 9 1) .474 Philadelphia 5 9 . 57 St. Louis .. 4 13 .235 Boston ... .... . . 3 11 .214 AMERICAN LIAGUE1 . Won. Liost. Pet. Chicago .. .1..15 6 .714 New York . .. 9 5 .643 Cleveland . . .12 7 .632 Boston ..... . S S .541 Washington . . S .5111| St. Louis . . .. S 1t .444 Philadelphia ..... 4 11 .267 Detroit 5 14 .263 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. W\on. Lost. Pet. Indianapolis ..1:, 7 .632 Minneapolis 1o 1; 625 St. Paul 11 7 .611 Louisville 11 s .5 47 Columbus - --- S S 5u00 Ka uI.-s lily S 11 .421 Milwaukee 7 13 .350 Toledo ...i ... 3 1 .231 COAST LEAGUE. Won. Lost. Pet. Los Angeles 25 15 (325 San Francisco 2s i' .561 Sacramiento 02 17 .541 Oakland .1 19 17 .528| Salt lathe .18 1s 501 ernon -.17 1 .186 Seattle 15 24 .429 Portland 11 25 .306 (OAS'TI LEAGUE RIESULT'S. Salt Lake 12, Sealtle 7 Sacramento 8, Portlind 3. Vernon 7-2. San Francisco 3-0. Oakland 1-2, Los Angeles, 1-4. 0 -o SPORTOGRAPHY (1 0 Ity "GRAV Y." The addition of Oscar Vitt to the Boston infield, coupled with the re turn of Jack Biarry to the Boston club. gives the lied Sox one of tie PATRIOTIC BUNK (Continued From Page One.) night a sociil and financial success. Over $285 was taken in on the sal' of dance tickets and returns on 5c tickets sent to Salt Lake city are still to he reeitced. .\dlvies received over the long dis tance telephone from Salt Lake the leorning, are to the effect that a ia5s: meeting will he held in Eurika bh lhl miners of that district tomlntl on when the luestion of a strike there will hi taken up and acted en. It is the helief among the strikers there that Eareka may come out to enforc their demands on the operators of Inat distrit,.thus joining thuir sti i forces with those of Park City. SIXTY-SIXTH CONGRESS (Continued From Page One.) were towed around by some kindly old senator and introdnecd. The reading of Wilson s Message was deterred until tomorrow. Never in war times has congress held such momentous possibilities. An atmosphere of strong parti an ship pervaded both brancthes at the start. Charges against the admin istration of alleged pitting of poli ties against efficiency and the repub lican stand on the league of nations are among the developments pend ing. After completing organization. congress adjourned until tomorrow. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. South Side Garage - Joe Turtle, proprietor: M. C. Wertzler, manager. Expert machinists. Work of any kind on automobiles of any make or mod el. Prices reasonable; satisfaction guaranteed. 2124 Cobban. Phone 4460-W.-Adv. best defensive infields lhit either l major league has shown ii yeVas Fitt is playing up to ihe IhoI form i that he ever Showed whcil eiii the Tigers, and Bet y's ,Iect acl'i .'iior around second base io di -t ri iing the belief t hut Ire was i I i'ttt' a a m atjotr leaguer. tcrinues it.d Scot -ii pi ey ing as ci rongi oti, ce top notches:. Jack Adams. tie Philii;' catcher, is considered otte of the hlit in the National league. t to ilies his work with reimarkanile teed and It, tii throw like a shot. 'there was a runti1 itt lrootlyi recently that the Nec; York Giants wanted to mtaoe a deal for either Rube Marquatd or Sherrod Smith. Owner Ebbels of the Brooklyn team has let it tecotie known that there isnt 1a chance for the Giants to got either of the left handers. Morrissey and Heenan Mighty Gladiators. It will be 62 years ago tiimorrow that the third battle for the pugil istic championship of America was fought al Long Point, in Canada, with the gaute and hard-hitting John Morrissey pitted against, John ('. Heenan. Both were Irish-Americans. and tothi coeintotced their fighting carters in Troy. N. Y. Morrissey began fighting as a lad when he was a deckhand on a 'T'royi steamboat., and itx wasn't long before he became recognized as the chain pion of the Hudson river boatmen, who spent most of their spare time boxing. His success induced hint to enter the ring as a professional. and in 1853 lie became second champion of America by whipping Yankee Sul livan in i battle for the title and $2, 000. In 1857 tie was challenged by Hlenan. The battle was staged on Canadian soil, and Morrissey was the victor in 11 rounds. Morrissey then quit the ring, and lieenan challenged Tom Sayers, the English champion, to fight for the world a title. The fight which tot lowed resulted in a idraw wheni the police interferred. A little later Heen an was defeated by Tom King, who had succeeded Sayers as English champion, but the Irish-Atmerican in sisted that he was drugged. Aftor quitting the ring Morrissey becamne a gambler and it is said that he won and lost a million dollars. Later in life he was elected to 1lie Unitied States congress. Hienan quiti the ring after his defeat by King, but re mained in the imneliglit until hi death. Atterica had fexw braver and better ioxers tian those two mighty Tirojauns, Morrissey and teenan. ('arter- ( 1 3'y Italthe. KidS Cutter oitpoint to Kid McCoy in six roiit ds at. Phtiladolphia 17 yiiars ago today. XlcCoy was fat and in poor condition. In the first ronud he displayed his usual cloverness, but in the second, third and fiortIh rounds Cartor tore into hint and five times in the three chapters' landed stiff btlws that sent the Hoosier sprawling. 'T'wice McCoy was only saved fronm i knockout by the end of it round. lin the fifth and sixth ronud:' McCoy kept away front his opponent and had the best of it, but, although no deco(i=ion was rendered. t'crter was clearly entitled to the shade. Carter was one of tlihe sitias of the middle weight dixiaiion of that plriod, al though 11e never held the title. lit 1900 he defe titelh Joe Walcott itud Jack ionner, but list on a foul to Jack Root, and Iti, lid several ot her notable victories to his credit. Today in Pugilist i' Aunals. 19118 MSam Ltngford defeated San yit Feiguson in 12 rounds at liis ton. 1h1t1 Billy Papka knocked out iioe *Tihomas in the 1tilh rotud at San Francisco. 191:"- Charlie White luniciked out Joe 'Tihomas in the second round at New Orleans. WILL RESIST INCREASE (Continued From Page One.) start it injunction proceedlingl; against Ilie Mountain States Tele phone & Telegraph company con testing the right of the company h raise its rates in the state withoun ait ority of the state utilities cone nin jsion. Plans for miallitng an active drive Inent league were imade. The drive begaun this ioirning and by the tim the next meeting is held. Saturday night, it is planned to have every worker in the city enrolled. The various labor unions arc especiallt invited to participate in the league's activities and all are asked Lo ttaiii act iin at their meetings this week Sthat cud. ThIe league also plans to take ain active part in the work of securiung beaus spots for the ci',ti and in the prolom ed plan to erect a municipal audiitiriuii as a niei norial to those' froti Ittte who served in the world war. It was stated that since thy. beauty spots will be paid for prine pahly by the workers of the city. and that priim ilpally it is the suns of th ' worker't who arc to be honored is the erei tion of aiii auditiri'ii. the work el and their organi atiots should it least, have soule voice i. the ar lraiigemllents. Some criticism was directed at :he Rotary clui and the Business Aten's association for their failure to te represented at Saturday's ireetini These organizations, as well as all soldiers. sailors, marines. labor unions and housewives and citizens generally are urged to attend the meeting on Saturday and enroll themselves in the movement for +h! betterment of conditions in the c .r WILL EXPLAIN MIZItAIliI. The lnizrachi. the movement to win for the Jews a home land in Palest ie. will be extlained by Rabbi Baruch Shapiro of Seattle at Moose hall tonight at S o'clock. WANTED 1,000 Boys, Girls and C hildren TO BUY International Store Co. SHOES WITH FIRST CLASS SOLES Oner FPices Now r to 8 slioes .-.-.$2.25 t1/2 to 1112 shoes..$2.75 12 to 2 shoes -- $2.95 Canvas oxfords, 2 2-5 for ---. --$2.85 canvas oxfords, 111/2 to 2 for __ .- $2.25 Canvas oxfords 81 2 to 11 for ---- -- $1.95 Canvas oxfords, 5 to 8 for -- - -- $1.50 Boys' shoes, 8 to 13 $2.25 Boys' shoes, I to 2 $2.95 Growing girls' shoes, 2 to 7, sale - -- $3.95 ~$0LADIES' SHOES i $10 ladies, brown kid, sale price--- .-. . - $8.50 Direct Your Friends for Good Shoes to the International Store Co. 210 East Park Street 0 | Today We Celebrate. 0 0 "A1 Horseshoe for Luck." Today is the festival of St. Dun stan, a 10th century archbishop of Canterbury, to whom the English at tribute the enshrinemnent of the horseshoe as a symbol of good for tune. For centuries St. Dunstan's day, the 19th of May, was celebrated by the blacksmiths and farriers of England in honor of their patron. The smiths organized processions, at the head of which they carried great floral hotse-hoes. Up to within a blacksmiths in England. These century ago there were man woman brawny feminine Vulcans toiled at their forges stripped naked to the waist, and in a similar state of un dress they marched in the procession on the day d tdicated to St. Dunstan. The French also attributed occult and magic powersto the horseshoe. but with them it is the emblem, not of St. Dunstaitn, but of St. Elroy, the pat ron saint '1'f French farriers. The biography of St. Dunstan, the pttron of smiths and furriers, as set fort it in tot kiish legends, is ttost re itlar tble and romantic. He was of noble birth and received ant excellent oducationt. tsutmitg a young man of brilliant parts. At the court of Atti e!stan he was for a time a favorite, but at length his tricks of "parlor magic." in which he was an adipt. resulted in his being driven from court, and great indignities wet heaped upon hint in the belief that he was a vaizzard who had sold his soult to he devil. tie was madly in love with a fair mttiden at court, and his heart was broken by the enforced setiata tion. The young man sought refuge with his uncle, tllphjge the Btld. bishop of Winchester, and was induced to enter the service of the church ias a monk. Finding that the monastic garb ef feeted no iiuiiediate Cllange ill 1his character, iiunstan determined to subject his body to the stern regimen of an anchorite. He set up a forge in a tilt le roadside cell, and toiled early and late as a blacksmith. In spite of toil and fasting the old world ly desire tormented himt. On one oc casion the devil visited him in the form of a beautiful woman, and Dujin stan iwtas sorely tempted, but he bore it unt it tis pincers were red hot, when he used the instrument to seize his fair, false visitor by the nose. at which she fled away shriceking with pain. On another occasion the devil. in his proper form, stopped at Dun stan'.: forge and demanded that the pious smith put a shoe on his cloven hoof. Dtnlstail made the process very painful mid would not releas' hli "isitor atntil Satan had promised that tie would never enter a house which had a horlieshoe nailed to the door. Ever -in 10 tlien the belief has been prevalent that the horseshoe is a chiarm against the evil one- --although shll confidence is biased on faith in I1he devil as a gentleman who respects pleu :1 C veni when Wilig 11011 hiii iIy IlI lure. Legion of Honor. Th'll first decoration of the legion of )hii.", II 111uous trencti order "I1merit. were conferred in 1802. 'ion iiitary and civil otficers who ia t d i, inguisled themiselvel- under I h-consulate. The order was found ,"! 117 years ago today. .)lay 19. s 1, hv Napoleon. when he was first sul. Iit consisted of various grades ; grand crosses, grand officers, ciii 'Pori- officers and tegiontire . tl ii 'as a rewai d for services of L The order was confirmed by !- iis X\-11., when the Bourbons 1i \It flied to the throni ttIi ars ago, and it has been continued. li ecessary changes in the Con uitulion1 through the reigns of hl plcs \., Louis Philippe. Napoleon lit., a mldi the second and third Ctejub Itr\. Many Americans and British ibjiots, especially since the ending ithe war. During the uprising of ih o11111tinists in 1871, the palace ainid offices of the legion of honori were ttuorned, and among many of t1h French socialists of today the order is regarded as snobbish and ar'istocratic. litiJohns Hopkins. Anniversary. Johns Hopkins university and hos iotal in Baltimore, regarded as one "ii the foremost medical institutions n the world, were established byt .in'ts Hopkins, who was born in Alati Yiland 124 years ago today. ltay 1. 1795. When he died in 1877. he liequeattied property worth 84.500. o" to found a free hospital and $3. hiiiil.t0t to establish the lunivercityi It hears i i s fil't OPEN FORUM Thu column is conducted for and %.itten by Bulletin readers. If you have any suggestions to of fer for the betterment of condi tions in which the public in inter-. ested, the Bulletin offers you this opportunity for their exprestoion and interchange of comment with your neighbors and friends. Properly to protect this Open Forum, all communications must be signed with the name and ad dress of the writer, but anony mous signatures will be used in the column if requested. Address all communications to the editor of the Bulletin and please be brief and to the point. ('APTAIN OF HI SOUL. Perhaps no 'ilore enlightening testimony reiattive to the real status of liberty in iontant could he un covered than tire coitistantly reiter aled plea of those citizens who offer information to The Bulletin---the kind of information The Bulletin. loves to get, the kind which the sin ister powers in control of the city and state W uld smother with co operative silence. When a sovereign American citi zen casts a furtive eye to right and left and whispers limrdJy into the ear of a reporter the tale. of some atrocious graft in civic administra tion, concluding with the siclkening plea, "For God's sake. d'tn't men tion may namre!.. Don't say that I said anything! I've got troubles enough already. When the man calls up three times in the next two days to repeat his tequest. lest by some carelessness t he Butte Bulle tin should overlook the pledge to protect its informant by keeping his identity secret; when every allega tion in that story of corruption has been proved true by careful delving in the muck, and the person who volunteered the unsavory record is proved an honest man and a lover of decency-when these experiences of The Bulletin follow each other in constant procession with that dis tressing feature present in every case of reluctance upon the part of the informant to become known as a "snitcher" and a rebel against the domination of crookedness, when the plea "For God's sake, don't tmen tion ttre" becomes a refrain in the ears of The Bulletin. what ought The Bulletin to think about the present status of liberty in Montana? Tell us! What should we all think? Ought. we to believe that liberty, joyous and unafraid, is reveling in a heyday of robustness? Ought we to flap the Stars 'and Stripes in the faces of our neighbors and spout about the teatitude reached only by those who reside beneath its folds? Should we land our present form of government and outr present indus trial organization to the skies and cry down the disloyal agitator who shouts that liberty and personal in dependence are but mermories ill America, that an American can no longer look his fellow in the eye and truthfully boast that ire is the captain of his soul? Ought we not. rather, to take the agitator's statement. compare it with the real facts as they are disclosed. admtit that the agitator is right, join in with the agitator and redeem IAmerirnrt citizensr frotm shame. E'dit'or Bulletin: Please read and -ordt r carefully the inclosed ad, and if you have any loose change after paying 70 cnis a pound for your breakfast bacon, you had better intest it in Skinner stocks. \\'ell tiiied, is it not? Then hope f'or a thousand folt increase, as the aru states eras possible in the case rit Wire packing company without invest ing anothi'r dollar, besides being able to dramw down a nice drlvidend also. There is another statement there, that says that the accounts of pac'k ing companies conceal tire true pron its and that they are greater than thl inclosed statement leads one to be lieve. If this it so, where is thc truth in the airs the big five packing companies have been tutting out lately, that they are run solely a: beinevolnt institutions for the in t'rest and benefit of the consumes,. I amn a married man with depend cuts and, at the age of 4s, have hao to default otn mily life insurant e preiu i trn during the recent depression li caurse the' job was lacking even at $1 'ut and no Sunday work. Thlie frturre liri itt grve wavy to tih treetls of ltre irresenti. W'rten chil -dr'e'n are Irene tlr'y turrt eart anrd r' nry dtry sees comte row tdratice iti -tire rety rrr'iesar'orus itf lif'. 'thre ten - an oi' sutir i crniliti tnt is foul itt thi i I ti. ritnt by thre packets thremseives. 'T'hev roti the pniritreer ott tone hiainii rindi tite consumt tr n ttr hIle othet'. A1 higiiwttymtai is as hornet ris tircy. tund at lerst. run'' "rote hartne' tif loinistl otit, ltt tin y tin' tickers) do tnot. titir itt tir'tr lto lee'r tleir ntttrket't itof detmorirac.r I rotte thite c-tinre r iii cirite br''ot't I that time.r luttt I lit ''ttt hmigs irings h ie.ar nitrt iri tsr t exptorietict I w ill ::;\ tilat it pt'rstu :I :. t'it/.% lit %~ t" fully ignorant of the ntruglie that ti necelary to herely exist during their times. -when he decides to becomie tlt head of a Ianlih,. If he llknew whtt was ;head of hits he would nog r try it without an as sured competence. It is hell for the dependent wage worker. And old ago looms ut lihe some horrible night mare. with its I an and skinny promt ise of hunger and want when grad hair` turn down the applicant for a job. A iohl:"s month sees hjs littl store gone and his life insurance, th sure ca-cr of his old age is alst gone. T111' soldier of the government il Cemetery Copings Sidew2 lle and Foundations-All Kinds of tCement Work--Prices Right. M. F. KILEY Phone 231:1.J. 1109 W. Woolman DON'T rORGET ELECTRICIANS' BALL. Say you saw it advertised in the Bulletin. h ``BRITISH RULE IN INDIA" A Hizleen-1iPage P'amphlet -BY Williamr Jennings Bryan IS ON SALE AT TIlE BULLETIN OFFICE PRICE 10 CE NUS SAY YOU SAWV IT IN THE [ULLLTIN. ,) SHOES FOR ALL A person should buy their shoes these days at a store 'where none but - GOOD SHOES are sold-a store in which their confidence. will not be r abused. . * Our shoes are selected from the I best makers' best efforts, and the man we shoe this year will come back next year. We know from past experience that once a customer always a cus tomer. We are UNION MEN, , SELLING UNION-MADE SHOES. CHICAGO SHOE STORE 7 South Main St. Branch Store, 43 E. Park. t SAY YOU SAW IT IN THI: BULLETIN. ATTENTION! Mine Workers! Mill Workers! 1A vote to decide what will be lneat by Metal Mine Workers in the Mooney st rike twill be taken Motilnty, 'T'uesday, Wednesday, Thurs d day and Friday of this week in order that all of the members on all o of the shifts umay vote on this qutesi in. This is the time for you, who have ntot taken out a card, to line tp in the union movement anti do your part in the moveument to better conditions for the o workers. The Metal Mine workers' Union is in direct commtuni e ration with the new movement that is sweeping Western Cattada e alnd has for its purpose the organization of thel workers in the "One lig Union" and there is no doubt but that our ution will e in a short time le a part of this new organization. Now is the time I to join tlit( have a vote on the iIMotney strike ik f .July 4ith. n Metal Mine Workers of America lot S. III.1HO) S'T. S.\Y YtI U SAW IT IN 'ili I; BULLETIN ATTENTION, MEN! We carry the highest and finest grade of woolen goods, heavy warsted and silk mixtures. S .11 iO A BIG LINE OF UNCALLED FOR SUITS on which you can save from $10 to $15. Workmanship and - lquality guaranteed. Call and convince yourself that I am t hest. tailor in Butte. If quality and workmanship is not satisfactory your money cieerfully refunded. The Fashion Tailoring Co. t M. MORRIS. 47 W. PARK ST. SSAY YOU SAW\ IT IN T1'll1 BL LLETIN entitled to his pension if old age or injury places hint out of active :rtng-I ice. But the soldier of the mines aad mills, just as neceasal v in time of peace or war as the soldier of the military, is cast aside to pick the garbage cans or fill our jails or bread lines. when he is no longer young and active. But one ray of sunuhine (ut-s the darkness of old age. He may enjoy the menmory of the full dinner pail that the campaign speakers tell us about. ANOTIHEit MICKEllt. WINNIPEG EMPLOYERS (Continued From Page One.) t his afternoon and the postal clet ha tlso are out. Seven thousand soldiers here have beýn ordered to be ready for instant duty. The dominion police who vol uIteered for war work are ready fur quick mobilization. A reslattrant was mobbed because its owner displayed a sign: "haull l Bolshevism Flourish in Canadtt ' BUTTE PRESS CLUB fTO GIVE A DUTCH LUNCH' In their new quarters at 27 11est Cranite street the 1uttH Pri-s 'lub this evening will be ho1t0. at a Dutch lunch. A splendid musical progtiamt has been planned and will be followed by the appearance of sev eral acts now showing at local vaude ville houses. A general invitation ha: been extended all members of th printing craft in Butte and their 1 friends by the committee in charge. The committee consists of E. H. Atkins, F. Kenney. Bert Green, G. Lockwood, Jack hrlitn, Gus Horken back. Joe Olson. Art Stanley, Guy Newkirk, and H. J. Kir1). Bulletin Want Ads Get Results. Phone 52 AYOU . SAW 1T_ IN BULLETIN S23,000,000,000 IS MN COST OF V. S. A. 1Yashington, May 19.--Amuer ica's actual war expenses totaled $23,363,000,000, General March has announced. Of this sumn, $2,069,000,1000 represented nor Inal government expenditures, the remainder representing extra costs of the war. The army spent $ 14,000,00(1,000. TWO OF THREE YANKEE (Continued From Page One. The fleet engaged in the search has heen enlarged, battleships and cruis ers joining the destroyers. (Special United Press Wire.) Washington, May 10.--After a night of anxious waiting at her home here,'Mrs. Towers, wife of the com mander of the NC-3, heroically de clared she had not given tip hope. Of course.' she said. "I't dread fully worried. but I know he is all right. He told mue he would make it and that is all there is to it." GOOD) TMNPLinR ATTEND). Members of the local organization of Good Templars attended services at Mountain View church last eve ning in a body In honor of the occasion the Rev. George D. Wolfe delivered a special sermon. METHOl)ISTh ('AMPAIGX. Methodists of the city yesterday inaugurated their centenary cam paign to raise their share of the $14S,000.00 wanted by the church for religious purposes in post-war work. DON'T FORGET iLECTRI-MAN8' BALL.