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Fishing Is the Sport
See the eauilies thtil ot h
rs are catclhing; they
have bought their outfit
jei'e. Let us sell you the
best in fishing tackle
1'he Kind That Gets 'Em.
rFly rods ....$2.75 to $5.75
Casting rods .........$1.75
Beels, the beller kindl.
for ........................ $1.50
Braided enamel silk line,
you cannot )enat it. 25
Special red an.t fly hooks.
per doz. ........$1.25
Six-foot leaders .......35c
Fly books, leader b)oxes,
spinners of every kind.
We carry what you want
The Home of Good Hardware
Mechanics' Fine Tools
Plumbing and Electrical
Phone 956--221 E. Park
PAT McKENNA w
314 North Main St. tlt
Cigars, Tobaccos and
FINE LINE OF LUNCH GOODS
Soft Drinks and
Give me a call and you will
TWO STORES ed
7 S. MAIN ST. B
A source of pride io the
hapy l possessor are shoes
5such aS one's.
Buy shoes Ihat are rightly
made, f'ronl properly sea
soied leathers, and they ii
will outwear the ordialry L
kind several told.
YOU COME BUT ONCE h
TO COME AGAIN.
Our, shoes hold their b
shapes to the last, and 'we
fit yo|u regardless of the
difficullties of the fout.
SHOES FOR WORK.
Howard & Foster shoes c
Walton shoes for the t
boys and girls.
The One-Price Shoe Store
43 E. PARK.
10 oz. 1000e
make, a E make a
500 East Park Street
316 East Park, Anaconda.
Pool, ice cream, soft drinks of all
kinds, good assortment of cigars,
cigarettes, tobacco and candy.
WHY GO UP TOWN ?
We carry a full line of grocer
les, vegetables and fruits in
Phone 242 1204 E. 2nd St.
(Continued From Page-One.)
ucceeded in routing them through
-4tteent i streets. Between 2,000
and 3;000 workmen tramped solidly
through the streets, four abreast,
earinag red barnations.
Thel regular and special policemen
p'eg heavily armed. At the park
dbthere the wobblies were meeting the
men were warned not to shoot un
le ss..U .rlvert to it,
(Continued From Page One.)
at the Rickard arena after having
stood in line before the booth since
4:30, tranquilly left the booth and
went for a walk. When he reached
for his ticket a few minutes later it
was gone, the property of sonime pick
pocket. The unfortunate man, Harold
Carteson, a grocer of Montpclier
Vt., did not call the police and set
up wild howls; he just fell into line
again to buy another ticket.
Riverside park was filled all night
with transients who declined to pay
the high prices charged for beds.
Tie First Bout.
The first bout of the day started
at 11:02 when Tommy O'Boyle of
Toledo and Solly Epstein of India
napolis, met in a six-round event.
By this time the arena was begin
ning to fill in some parts. The $10
seats were completely covered.
There was a sprinkling of women in
Last Prelim Starts.
Malone and Ralston, welters,
started what was announced as the
last preliminary a little before 2
o'clock. The bout was the most en
tertaining scrap of the program.
Malone's cleverness kept the crowd
in an uproar. Before going to the
center of the ring Malone tied a tiny
figure of d monkey to the rope in his
edrner and it swung there through
out the mill. Malone easily won thL
decision in 10 rounds. He had Ral
ston almost out several times.
The south side of the arena is al
most full. The north side is jammed.
The women's section is practically
REFUSE TO WORK
(Special United Press Wire.)
Sacramento, July 4.-More than
600 employes of the Western Rail
road shops here, threaten to strike
unless car repairer Chamberlain, who
was discharged for insubordination,
when he refused to work under a
negro foreman, was reinstated or
the negro was removed.
FOR PEACE STRENITH
BY SEPTEMBER 30
(Special United Press Wire.)
Washington, July 4.-Chief of
Staff mlarch ordered that the com
missioned personnel of the army
must be reduced to peace strength
by September 30. As the commission
ed personnel of the army is always
in ratio of the enlisted men, it is
believed that September 30 will see
tile enlisted strength of the army also
practically reduced to a peace foot
ROBBERS GET $3,000
IN LIBERTY BONDS
(Special United Press Wire.)
Sacramento, July 4.-Two day
light burglars, one unmasked, robbed
Lillian Berkeley, of the Valley Bond
company of about $3,000 worth of
Liberty bonds. The men followed
her up a stairway of the building
where tile bond company has its of
fices, threw a sack over her head,
bound and gagged her and threw her
in a closet.
MAKING GOOD) TIME.
(Special United Press Wire.)
London, July 4.--The lritish
dirigible 11-34 was about 250 miles
off the coast of Newfoundland at 3
o'clock this morning, Greenwich
time, the air ministry announced.
The report in announcing the posi
tion of the craft indicated it had
veered to the southward and would
probably skirt the eastern coast oi
At 7 o'clock, Greenwich time, the
1-34 Was reported about 200 miles
off Newfoundland coast and 326
miles northeast of St. Johns, indli
cating it was still bearing southward.
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I'd like to travel back again
To times of forty years ago
When people acted rather sane
And had a little better show
Of course they led a simpler life
With Daily routine somewhat slow
But kinder deeds, it seems, were rife
And folks had love in overflow
Our cellars then were always full
Of goodies, for the winter's cold
And woolen duds were made of wool
While friendship then was seldom
The neighbors too were plentiful
Who had some kindness to unfold;
Life wasn't such a heavy pull
Ahd folks had not such merchants
Progress didn't move so fast
But oftener we wore a smile
For love had gold and greed out
And in the world it seemed worth
So even though I wish in vain
For days like those we used to know,
I'd like to travel back again
To times of forty years ago,
-D. N. R.
All Members of the Metal Mine
Workers' UnionNo. 800, I. W. W.
OFF THE JOBS
for Five Days beginning
July 4th, in support of
the demands for the re
lease of Thomas Mooney
and All Class-War Pris
was unanimously decided on at a special meeting
of Butte Branch held last night.
REMEMBER the strike is to free Mooney
and all class war prisoners. You are to take an
active part in the strike if you are in earnest in
saying that you want to set Mooney and our im
prisoned fellow workers free.
A Mass Meeting will be held in the Finlander
Hall 318 N. Wyoming St., at 2 p. m., July 5th.
Metal Mine Workers'
No. 800, I. W. W.
JOHN E. WILLIAMS, Secretary
The Golden Rule Shoe Store
lExtends a hearty welcome to all the returned heroes. Also wishes
i its mn1y lpatrolS a glorious and happy Fourth. Since his return
froul the service of his country the proprietor of the Golden Rule
Shoe Stote, Ihaving been established only a short while, has had a
verly sulccessful trade. We herewith take the pleasure of thankingl
our nanny patrons, and to say that we appreciate their trade. WVe
scrcognize the tact that the way of the patron is the right way.
P ('M1 LE'IRPTE LINE OF SHOES ALWAYS 'rTlE IlEiST I'OSSI
fILE SHOES AT TilE LOWEST
'FOR TIlE E'INTIRE FAMILY. POSSlI I'B cE.
The Golden Rule Shoe Store
.39 E. PARK ST.
the Independent Market
This is the one market that gives the people the benefit
of wholesale prices.
0 ilosl bee. 1 Veal (l C(ops
1,,. ,,-. .......-.--- 12 c . .. - .-------------35c
o,1 ,s. D,.k .o, i 36c uri, tb . $1,00
Urst l ....per l) --------.
s per lb - - Jowl becon, 32c
Roast u11t 20c -l, 2 St ...... 5.0
plb. tl' IIy lfresh eggs, 5c
p e t' p e tlc .t .I...le........... . 5 5
"per11' lb - 25c ---y----- 55c
. .it. . le ................i.... C
h- lio, 38 H gln ., 20c
pe' .....................---- ---- - ie lb .................... .
We carry nothing but the best of steer beef. All our
meats government inspected.
128 E. PARK.
Southwest Corner. Phone 2248-J.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE BULLETIN
HUSKY MEMBER OP CONqAE
Representative . Lucien' W... 1rr
of Henrietta, Tex., is a fellow 0 ow
man of "Tex" Rickard, F~omioter
the Willard-Dempsey match. [f t
rish had decided to enter the fil
ing game instead of law, agrlcuilt
and oil, "Tex" might have made.
fortune out of managing hiil i
-ish is younger than Jdess Willard I
tust as husky. He standsi 8 fee
nches, and weighs 240 pqoutds.
ulayed football in Texas otiiVleri
or four years without miisli8 ,a, go
nd hung up a new solithenm: re
'or shot-putting. He has iaild. n a
une out of petroleum since 'his
BASE OF. HI
IMan Believed Insane
Pulled From Bottom
Leonard Hotel Stack
After being imprisoned in the
om of the four-story chimney in
Leonard hotel for 15 hours, Ose
W. Choquette, said to be a retur
soldicr, was extricated from his :
various p.osition late yesterday
firemen after two hours' work. C
luette was immediately placed
ler arrest and will probably be t!
Choquette's presence in the cl1
ley was discovered by a group of
hotel laundry maids who heart
roice issuing from a flue openipi
he chimney. Frightened almiost
Sf their wits the girls fled .from
.otel basement and reported the
:urrence of the landlady, who, bi
ur than the rest, investigated V
:he result that Choquette's pred
ment was discovered.
The police were notified and
'iremen called upon. Fire C'
\Iartin and Truck Driver Kelly of
quartz street station, first atten
2d to extricate Choquette by tal
s )ut a number of bricks in the bass
l he chimney. This method was at
c loned, however, as impracticable
S .:he plan of pulling him to the
with ropes was used.
C I Choquette, covered from head
toot with a coating of soot,
:almly smoking a cigarette, was
illy pulled through the narrow ol
ng at the top of the stack. He cc
live no lucid explanation of how
utered the chimney or why.
In response to the questions
Ihe landlady and the maids, previ
wo the arrival of the police, (
luette testily told the women he
hropped into the chimney fron
passing airplane and said there
nothing to worry over; all that
necessary was to get him omit.
While the firemen were lbwel
a rope to him. Choquette tbid
ifficers through the hole i1
chimney that he had been witl:
i smoke for hours and pleaded
a cigarette. He apparently .fs s
t and collected, despite the shot
of black soot which descended n
The man said he had clistBd
chimney almost to the roof.- t
times, but had slipped bacek .
time, hdving been unable to %iqt
himself through the narrtdfwt St
at the top.
SWilliam Shaw, a rooitl,
Leonard, identified Choig!tt*,
man whom he caught,.
S to remnove the screws f. -b:' .i
som to Shaw's room o at
S yesterday morning. Sla,4W4
quette, when discov refl age r e
smiled and said he was "huhti ifl for
a spider," and then departed smile
BRINGS MIEI:RI(.N BACK.
Bringing with him Dan Merrigan,
charged with killing James Ferry
during a quarrel over religion in
Butte in 1912, Sheriff John K.
O'Rourke is expected to arrive today
from Nevada City, Cal., where Merri
gan was recently captured by offi
cers. Telegraphic advices received
at the sheriff's office here indicate
the identification of the man unlder
arrest as the one wanted here was
Bulletin Want Ads (et
Results. Phone 52
Festivities Open With I
rade in Honor of Worl
War Veterans. Otl1
With the streets lined with th
sands of spectators and flags g;
flying from every vantage point
snqill group of Butte's retur
:world War veterans marched throl
the downtown district this morni
escorted by groups of representati
of other organizations and civilii
The boys were frequently cheer
The parade was the beginning
-a day of festivities in honor of
retlirned soldiers, sailors aid
rines. 'Various events, includ
vaudeville entertainments fi
stands erected in the downtown
tritdt and an elaborate fireworks
play t is evening, were among
:interestlng features on the prcgr
TThe f£t1 Works display will be 1
on the tot of Big Butte as soon
it ~rbls: dark enough to make
diplay.: vilble, Because of the
catiOn from which the fireworks
be shot off, the display will be t
ble from many points of the city
'rish .from 'the flat.
-· :Those who marched in the par
of this morning to honor the natii
P. natal day were sprung from m
h- riddes. t Irish and Jugo-Slavs, pr.rh
tio prddonlihated. The Jugo-Slavs v
l thi otily race holding to its indivic
ntr- t.tibx group. There were at
500 df them, led by Felix Mu
superltitendent of the county I
st-2 fai'n, Tom Tomich and V. Angel
e !'h wefe preceded by Mayor I
lty thil, - Of Walkerville ana
laen Walkerville city council. This di
cord Ion wda headed by the Walker,
fdr. mn:nlilial band. Throughout
Col, reejt of the parade, men of all r;
Pblice Lead Processioln.
score of police, Who headed the
There were about 300 retui
world War veterans, marching in
bodies, a small group of G. A,
men aid a couple of dozen Spa
war veterans. Three or four br
and the boys' drum corps, lH
Lawton Camp No. 1, put life
the movement of the marchers.
The Elks in uniform with t
band made their usual fine app
ance. The Eagles and Knight,
Columbus were represented.
The Daughters of the Amner
Revolution, the Women of the 1
cabees, the Daughters of St. GeC
and the Pythian Sisters all had e
Various business houses
bot- decorated automobiles in line,
the vertising their wares, of which
wild haps, the float of the D. W. Hu
'ned Lumber company was the e
pre- striking, A hundred or so of far
by automobiles, decorated with mor,
Cho- ----------------- -
, less care, followead the advertising
d a BUTTE BRIEFS
out $100 reward will be paid to any
the one proving we do not put in the
oc- best main spring for $1. Mayer, 87
ray- North Main street.-Adv.
lica- A group of prominent Dillon pleas
ure seekers found their way to the
city yesterday afternoon in various I
Sthe machines, to enjoy the Butte tclebra
Stion. They were Ross Sugg, Pat
. the Ward, I. F. Hunsakdr, S. L. Creasey,
Lngt- George A. Smith, T. J. Vaughn,
Siio. Alexander Biladi, Paul McCoy,
baBi- Thomas Pierce, E. A. Drumnucy and
and A. C. Wyatt.
Jack Stewart and Ed Rossman
d to drove over from Helena ycstci day in
but their car. They will spend the next
fin£- few days in Butte participating in the
pen- celebrationl ac(d greeting old friends.
N lie Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heffron will
leave for a six weeks' trip for Port
of land, Victoria and other coast cities.
ious T. E. Prall, representing the
had American Railway Express company,
na is here on business from New York.
was Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Higgins and
ws Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Crawford came
over from Bozeman for the day.
the Born, to Mr. and Mrs. A. WV. Smith,
the 668 A South Montana street, on
ofrt June 24, a daughter.
cool Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rob
Wets rortS, 1029 Waukesha avenue, on
1pon 'une 27, a daughter.
the . Fred'Bick, assistant city engineer,
h ]t ; ill spend the week end in the Bitter
edkli Rost valley.
.,.; " arble, a 'prominent Shriner
-,'is ifi Butte for the big
,Sullivan, has gone to Mis
;lpend his vacation with
or. Eddy, dentist, 204-205
,mil* Pennsylvania block. Phone 4035-W.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Reicksbund are
over from Townsend for the day.
Igan, J. E. Glasspoole is among the holi
lerry day visitors from Glendive.
K. Washington Market. Ground bone,
oday 7 pounds for 25c.-Adv.
offi- TO LIVE IN BILLINGS.
iyed Miss May Harrington, formclr
ieate stenographer for former County At
i.4der torney Breen. was married ypsterday
was to Edivard O'Donnell of Billings. The
ceremony was performed at St.
Mary's church by the Rev. Father
fl.t O'Malley. After a honeymoon in the
east the couple will reside in Bill
ter Pounds of Ice
n v Refrigerator
". &You Buy
S. & H. Green Trading Stamps
ot with all cash purchases
the and first payment.on time
ma- purchases., Shiners, the
ro :only furniture store that
dis- gives "stamps with pur
:l Liberty Bonds
nI as taken at par In exchange
the for merchandise.
rade ALWAYS SELLS
jany FOR LESS ON
aps, EASIEST OF TERMS
bout SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
it The Montana
ve Jewelry Co.
the 73 E. PARK ST.
We make a specialty of
,ni Cleaning ................$1.50
and Mainsprings .....-....$1.00
nIIIO Guaranteed for one year.
The only jewelry store in
heir Butte that gives Green
s f Trading Stamps.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
Wb White House
e or Phone 1635-W.
508 WEST PARK ST.
Guaranteed spuds, $2,25
)per cwt ................ ,
!bra- SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
coy: General Merchandise
and At Greatly
man Shloes, Clothing, Jewelry,
e Cutlery, Suit Cases, Hats
ithe and Gloves.
ends. Save Money by
winll Trading With
'ort- F. J. EARLY
lo 7-719 E. FRONT ST.
Yor. SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
on The Men's Style
iner, Store of Butte
29-31 WEST PARK STREET
, American Cafe
225 EAST PARK St.
4-205 We Will Serve You Right
35-W.. Pleasant and Clean
iy. PHILIPSBURG AND
Shol- ANACONDA STAGE
Leaves Anaconda every evening
on arrival of train from Butte at
bon 6 p. m., arriving at Philipsburg
at 7:30 p. m. W. BELLM, Prop.
oAt THE BUTTE BULLETIN
t St. Is Sold at
inth Hennecke's Ice Cream Parlor
i Bill- 482 East Park St. Anaconda