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Washington, July 26.--Admtitting the possibility that the senate may rdopt a reservation to the treaty, Seniator Pit tmanl of Nevada, in speaking to the senate declared the treaty's fate would rest with those who are demlandiing interpretations and explanations. Pittman's speech wats the first ad llission Wby an adminlistration sena tor that a demtandl for reservations hi anlly real strength. "If reserva tions could be minad e, that we felt certain were acceptable to all other iations without reopenling the whole mllitter, such re<servationls should hbe approved by tie senate." He said the Japanes'es most hitter fight at Paris, was to glnllt the league jlris dictioni to prtvvent the United States. Canada and Austra(lia front excluding the Japanese. The Japalnese will again insist on equal rights if the treaty is reopened, he Fatid, the Italianis would reopenlc the F1/iumte question and tlle [French ''iould reoIpen their demandit for a :stat;dinlg arily to protect the F'reincl border s. Pittntan said: "Thie Icague's fate does not ,rest with those senlator who would destroy or oilasculate the covenanit, but with those who. favoring the league, have in mind ratification with interpretative ree ervations. These senators have ilealr ly all indicated that they won'l knowingly no any thing that would result ill the league's destructionl. The vital question is whether quali fied ratifications will send the treaty back for renegotiations. If it is nec essary tlat the treaty receive senate approval, it is necessary that ally amendmnellt, reservation or inlterpre tation added by any other govern inent, receive senate approval." He said Great Britain mnighi add a reservation that limitation of naval armamentet should not iapplly to Great Itritn.in, biecause of Great lhiil.ain's peculiar situation. Rt eplying toi Lodge's statement tlhat promlinent tBritish anid F'renchrl statesmen hadil plromitise that those governieonts nwould acceptt Amellricanll eservattions. s.aid no st ttestiani ill advance could give such assurances. Senator SPencer has introduced the official text of China's plrotest at Paris against the Shantung settle ment. giving hert realsons for de mandtintg aiirogtiol of the Japlanese treaty of 1 915. 1.13' Q'IT '( ONIFERENi'ES. (Stptcial It'i nitd 'Press W'irte.) v\ ashington, July 26.-- A prOii itIl repree.nt, tative in the house in ;I staitelientl d cltared that the piresi 'titll lt t s niot show- taVO toi pro tposatls fori interpretaltions or r"eservi lilons of any kind to protest of th, leiaguie. ThIier ar inidications that the prtes idlnt is inclined to compromIt!t ise, despite rtieports to the contrairy. Al though fllrther collferellces with re publllicani senlators are scheduled, iin conlgressional circles the tbelief is ex pressed they will be discontilnuted w\ithin a short timle. It is declared this woiuld ir-sult frollm tlie ptlan to albandonl all idea of inflieiciing the league of nationsi crisis. W ILL URG G AINST WASTE IN MABKETINg (Special Unitel d I'ress \Vire,.) \Washington, July 26. -\Villiaun lrent, member of the Utnited Stttus tariff coinll ission. aI I(nnounced Ihe for mtiiton of a nationaitl marketing com tmission to press for the enaltctment of Ithe Kenyou bill to regulate tteiI plttkers' cotllmission thatl will urge I gainst waste in marketing.. Kent said the coimmltission wouldl Iiprolnoi' proper markeitinlg organi zations, standardil tlization of agrictl itral iprodtucts, Iproper warehouse sye teitois iandl exptert nlmarketinitg serviccs ill viriious states. "\\'e start with a splendid b:achkground of popular scn tilnnt, which melrely Lneeds to be ur LIFE nF 2.75 BEER TOBEPROLONCED (Special I tnited Press Wire.) Washingtoin. July 26. -\Witl tlthe Ihouse leiaders agreed on a recess for nearly all of August, iplans are pro greosing to pulsh through several iil Dol'talnt bills next week. The recess w ill probably prolong the life of 2.75 per cent beer, as it is not considere' d possible that the senate will pass the n'rohibition enforcemeint bill before recess. Final prohibition must await reconvening of the house. WILL BE ('ANII)iLVI'I. (Special Inuitecd Press Wire.) Indiamnapolis, July 2 .---Lriends of \VWill I1ayes have confirmed the re port that Huyes. who is chailrnulit of the republicanl comlmittee, will be a candlidate for governor of Inldiana. ONLY BIG SHOW COMING.-.BUTTE FRIDAY, AUG. 1 0JRECTIQoN QF L I:AALLARD S WASNT O. TENTED INSTITUTIONS .T..I M OSTAMAZING ACTS j PARA DE AT 10 A. M. PRaCE.AN THE FMT PFER8ImE 'OOrS G; IT IT AND 7 P. M PErFOTMAMCES S.toN Ar 2 AND O P. M. Tickets on sale on show day at Paxson & Rockefeller Co.'s Main street drug store at same prices charged on show grounds. Demand Recognition of the Irish Republic I ci ll'i 1C h 111111 Hf r le I el I III U I 1i e niIlC( ( lf e I gi1(1 115 I lc(,1)h Ic 1o liilell Ill 11( '· 1'1re( lu, 11 ill 1 o (l'I'i(:ial 1'C('cJhl ilinu as a ii eli)llI_ºl(: by lIir jI(esh lell I th1e L lled S'ii rles guveoirt1iieil. 1111 li, . (ieml- di 0" Ill II\(S uIll 'luIl ' II glr l ' I)Ie. l . iri' st l re Ile( 1rgr ttiell Is e I'rllese I 111 1 )1( 11 viii 105( is wI re w lol 11 l 1 1 itell i tlll Oivoe ll l1w Jamnes E. 1lurry. 'I he r'.solution:; ill fui ll, iar as fol lowts: "We, citizoe s of MontIan . x1.001 bled in mass ll mcling at 13utt, July 25. 1919, to welcomie l'resident iiDe V ,aler of ti, rlepublic 0o Ireland.I who10 h.i; COlt (o 01r countr0 to 0)b lain 'recognitioll of his:; go\ornll.ient by lthe lnited States, make this dec lalratioil of our objects and purploscs: "F'irt--As A!merican citizens we believe: inl the principles enunciatedt by 1resident Wilson in his declara iions as to our country's obectls in omt( ring tihe iiar with G(erlally. chilief among throe0 were that all i peopl ,: are entittld to s1elf-d( Lor- I Iutil li0 , ani11d lhiitll n i peo)o le ho1 l lld e liSe l under the 'l om i n ion clf-l-of i,, h1C111'i ll Cl' itlt (I olllill~ li ll 1)I ci11I ' l l egaillst llleir cn11 n1. 1 '1 , e aIntl i0 clet arlyc teintiled to ,Iself-de el.mnliatlioll, and has ,xerc'i:'ed it by declariug hler indepemdence anlld pro clainting a republic, through hpc duly elected.rpresentatites, meeting ill ii co(instihlluent I SsI IIbly illn her 1 a lionai l eptitaill on Jan. 21 I l. Th'Pailt body elected delegates to place Ire and's case before the peace confer o1ncc then a(loihalbled ill Paris; a hearinlg Xwas delniled tlo toh , altl. they now appeal' against the action of lite conference to ilte A\t erican "S'cond i r---- eland i hclhl against her will by England by military forc. alolne. T'he general lectlion of last Lice, iber, hltd1 under English law el1 . I ii0 result of which ',Was certil'ied by 1the regularly appllointed of ficial of 111f 1British governmenl t, atI oulll to 1l o a pleiiscite , aulnl ttl oi'tl'hi 'lIll i lg i a11 - jorilt of ' Xil e ph. 0olh rlecor'dig lt.hei ,ote, for sep:, ati0o from [Elgland and lit)' ei :ll iihllent of thilt rep Itt "Third 'TIhe prolposetld 1l n0 t1 of I n tionsg ist;O h;li.lt ed i( 1hc piete ol a -s firtleu it a t it violll of priciplei of slfl'-deten.iona ill. \We dh llounce it, therefor . . a.ld 'Itrice to stifle 1110 t'onlsciientc f 1 h1 'i'-lnl0 do1om by pro o' ibil.ilg u \ ; ~ lo I'l : .lll 1i( g a -1 lion lll .t" aIt ' la :11ge. perpetrate0d oil 1 peoples holt, in .,.abjection against thiner l tll i ll Xy thn ilin tl gol r litulnt. \V l0 i role-,t .in,111 t it also as a loving pOlo!o of Irile l nitcd Stlates til' l f-llOtrt'r'i, lt il tk of 1tt in' alllIil g 1 rightsil gri ll of t fr-flung posses sions. hoW ,icr tu1i tly acquired, of the grIeat tulepir of tlh i world Titles acquired only by brute force; iand fraud would thus h0(ht guarant'llct by the blood and treasure and honor Of Allmerica. \\i do, hownet, faltal at del tllOratic league lOf ril It ons. 1l da i nlllp tl ill whicill lh u shoelld rie h e t ceptable of the principle of unlitonal self-determination and the equality of rights along all nations. vniall as well as great. which necessarily ilt p plies a recognition of the Irish nat tion. "Fourtll- We moreover demnald of our reprt wentatives in congress that they etxert r \ery influence at I their dispo:,al to frustrate iany at e tempt to undermine the sovereignty ARE THERE ANY MORE? Three Men Have Agreed to Donate $500 or $1,000 Each to the Bulletin, if There Are Seven Other Men Who Will Do the Same I-·-·· ------ · - ·- -- PI^ -- L _ 2 l-l_- of Aml'ricaC, to nullify lhbe Monroe dtocktrine or to ,embroil this OUIn try in tlh quarrels. the jealousies and the intrigues of the imperial govern inents of the oldl world, and as Ihe league of natiols, as 1noW consti tutled, is a eiaiace to the integrity i and exisic;lle of small slates, and as it, gouarantees in perpeluity io the; empires of England and Japan their far-flung dominions in every part of the globe, we again emphatically de nanll of both our senators and repre sentativei from MIontana the urgency of opposing by voice and vote a policy so utterly at variance with all that is worthy in American tradi lion. ". ie theiol'('ore d iemand tiho formalI rvcogniiioll of the republic of Ire-1 land by olaIr gV.lrnnent. andt pro-0 test tagainst ie ratificaition of thei t peace t wt' y \ith Ithis wholly un justifiable sclheme included. andl earnestly urge the senatIe to iso amend the ltreaty as to give adequate protectioi to Americanl inteirests and uphold the honor of the United States." ARRANGE TO XTEND COEDIT TO [ERMANY (Special I nited Press Wire.) New Yorkh. lJuly 26.---Financial in Iorests have:\( (ffired to extend $100, I0()00.0I0 worilh o credit to Germany rlv' I lite luir'ch la 'of 1fod and raw iima I riaLls, a.(!rdtling to a cable fromn Martin Norhicgg. a Gtcrmnaln financial agent. Nordteg. ca llid the L)eutciths lIanik that lie w u html n1)t cloe' any negotia Lions untiil i el' :rrivced here. Thr'ee big Gerlmani rivl eectic :ompl)anies, the General, Siemenis anlti pergolmalnl, are planning to im!lp) rt weekly, immense food shillmlentI: fa, ;'.m Amelllrica. PRESIDENT REPLIES TO JOHNSON DESOLUTION (Special Inited Press \irXe.) Ias'hin;ii o . .lily 26.--President WV'il'on, in r t.iroling to the Johnson! :O:oltiol, ask;1ing 'for a staltement of he .:1nria - i lusSian 1 policy. de I luredi Il, 1'nited States intends to .o- Irao )\itLh the allies in keeping: ithe Sibter'in railroatld opeln. The sibriai:l people call be pro ,tIt' cte mt a it I't rn of chaotic con-; diitions andi ;Iabsolute starvation only. by keepling thii: raihlroad open,, the -I presidentI wr'ole in a letter. t ie did inot indicate is to when the troops: w1ould be withdlrawn. Bulletin Want Ads Get Result. Phone 52. BUTTE BRIEFS $100 reward will be paid to any one proving we do not put in thf best main spring for $1. Mayer, 83 North Main street.-Adv. Rev. John Hall, A. B. S. T. B. pastor of the First M. E. church Faribault, Minn., is visiting hi; brother, Edward C. Hall of this city Hie will preach in the First Baptist church on Sunday evening where his brother is choirmaster and organist The Floral Park Doroas society of the Bethany Lutheran chur:ch me Friday afternoon at 2:15 in the church parlors. Mrs. L. Claybourn and Mrs. H. Estey entertained. Mrs L. Preffer read a paper on the Bib ical character, "Ruth." Dr. C. M. Eddy, dentist, 204-20. Pennsylvania block. Phone 4035-aV -Adv. Mayor John F. Lorenz of Birt Island, Mlinn., father of l)r. J. E Lorenz of this city, returned Frida: from a two weeks' tour of the Yel lowstone national park with Dr Hannifin and family. Washington Market. Ground bone 7 pounds for 25c.-Adv. Mrs. Nellie Small, couuty superin tendent of schools, announces the eighth grade examinations will bi held on the last Thursday and Fri day in August. Examinations wil' be conducted in the courthouse. MANY NAMES (Continued From Page One.) stated that if affidavits giving the corrected names and addresses of those whose names have been reject ed were filed, the names would be restored to the petitions. Attorney Wittenberg, in the Owsley block, har volunteered to take the affidavits of those who want to restore their namqs to the petition. All personis whose names appear in the following list are urged to visit Mr. Witten berg's office at once. The names rejected to date are: John F. Sammon, 1010 Delaware. Chas. Fortuen, 1037 Iowa ave. Ed. Elderkin, E. Lake and Hart ford. P. G. IHady, 1211 West Porphyry. L. N. Bradley, 719 West Platinum. Anna Bradley, 719 West Platinum. H. J. Fritz, 32 East Galena St. Shelton Williams, 531 South Clark. John J. Lloyd, 210 South Wash ington. Mrs. E. J. Murphy, 521 Diamond street. M. E. Shaw, 523 Diamond St. Jack MacEachmon, Dyckman ho tel. D. H. Races, Keefe hotel, South Main and Galena. T. J. Fellows, Commercial hotel, Utah ave. and 3rd. Ray Cergo, 1827 Garfield Ave. J. T. Callaghan, 19 Barrenstein Apts., Montana St. P. J. Dohlerty, 12 West Gold. T. A. Stroud, 433 West Iron. Frank DeLoughery, 1920 Thornll ton. C. A. Augustine, 1042 West Broad way. Thos. Graney, 2623 Harvard Ave. MI. J. Dignan, 110 South Idaho. J. -I. Tilliset, 658 South Montana. M. A. Lyons, 400 South Montana. Mrs. F. A. Hill, no address. James Schumacher, 18 East Park street. Ludger F. 1Mulane, 1960 Silver tlow St. C. Caillard. Mrs. Frank Reynolds, 44 Walnut street. Lillian Folley. 649 Colorado. Anna Hughes, 415 Kenyon Ave. Lewis Fisher, 11 South Montana. Caroline Edwards, 812 Emma St. Mrs. Kate O'Leary, 1407 Utah St. Nettie Mancy, rear 409 East Broadway. James Kilday, 841 South Arizona street A. B. Maxwell, 409 South Main. Geo. R. McDonnell, 259 West Gag J. M. King, 68 West Mer. St. Michael O'Deas, 520 West Park St. James Murtha, 68 Aluminina. Anna McElvenney, 409½ Virginia street. Margaret Tweedy, 112 West Broadway. A. H. l)ouris. 1904 Farragut Ave. Johlln arso, 1625 Schley. James Brogan. 1029 Zeralda St. Mrs. E. Gearity, 515 North Mon gMiss Etta Davis, 123 North Idaho. Arthur Sobey, 2111 Elm St. Joseph Richards, 2111 Elm St. Mrs. F. Ater Mueller, 2109 Elm t street. n Mrs. Mabel Corruthers, 2113 Elni S street. Slater Mueller, 2109 Elm St. S rs. P. . P. Roberts, 2017 Grand Ave. Mrs. C. W. Clark, 2015 Wall St. Jas. C. Johnson, 2124 Johns. Mrs. Rhoades, 2114 Johns. Andrew J. Rhoades, 2114 Johns. W. T. Parkinson, 1819 Florida Ave. M irs. W. T. Parkinson, 1819 Flori d:L Ave. Florence McNamee, 1945 Phillips Ave. Julia McAuliffe, J. H. . Wheaton. J. II. Arner. Angeline Arnor, George Mlahr, Mrs. George Mahr, Thomas J. Brown, Finna Korkalo, Ethel L. .Marsh, Henrietta Marsh, Alfred Marsh, John Eminger, Amelia Emin ger, Percy Castleman, M. Turner, .T. G. Bishop, Mrs. C. D. Bishop, Mrs. A. F. TorranQe, G. N. Markham, Robert Conn, W. H. Hassig, Joseph Lamarthe, Samuel Cote, T. B. Ganm well, Ed Junior, B. Morsillo, H. E. jeisert. Joe Yanch, Zelda Hightons, jeorge Armitage, W. E. D. Arris. i. C. Dunn, Hannah Sheets, Georgia \i. G. Rutledge, Patrick McDonnell, H. Steinberg, Harriet Steinberg, Mrs. Pat DAloughery, Emma Nague, Hulda C. Lamer, Peter O'Brien, Peter Taylor, Mrs. P. Taylor, Mamie Dubois, Mrs. Nat Brew, Sarah M. Roberts, S. T. Hennison, Edward M. Lipsa, Jack Brinig, Roy York. E. H. 3mith, R. M. Settlemire, J. Zurfluh, J. L. Winter, Carl W. Lenk, R. A. Harkonen, J. O. Daniels, Millie Mi iurch, L. W. White, J. F. Dionne, J. K. Bailey, William K. Forgarty, Mlartin Dee, A. C. Dawe, F. Grefig, r. B. Smith, Ralph Taylor, Art A. 3gstead, William Paulu, J. Ransom, Nick Schander, Catherine Jones, William Allen, MXlary Doyle, Julia .Jonnolly, Jennie Beirns, Margaret daney, Mrs. John McGinley, Joe ,'eeney. Mary Culkins, room 3, Vadnois lDock. K. N. Kouscoules, W. H. Smith, v-Irs. M. Holland, Mrs. Hattie E. Jones, R. L. Setzer, H. W. Becket, \lbert H. Luke, Fred Vale, Sam A. Shubert. Paul H. Morton, 1521 B street. Thomas F. Ryan, 2211 Colorado ;treet. Harry Perris, S. D. Marquis, Joe -ichillinger, S. J. Orneal, Mrs. J. oonin, William O. Bilbert, Ora D. dvans, Ray G. Howard, Mrs. John D. Thomas. J. H. Evans, 261.2 Philips avenue. Albert A. Lehn, A. Dechance. J. C. Seward, 1920 South Idaho. Carl Brierbert, Mike J. Pukovich, \Irs. Brennon, Charles E Jones, .Ielen Allen, Loretta Doyle, Jarvis Jeri, John J. McCarthy, A. J. Mc Jinley, A. EngTehard, Mrs. S. Wil liams, John M. Boyle, Louis Hrones, Mary Daly, Mrs. J. D. Valencore, 1. E. Johnson. Mrs. J. A. Smith, M. 1. Whisted, W. C. Phillips, A. H. iraham, A. J. Pettibone, Hugh Un leway, J. F. Hurley, Frank W. War .'ecek, Otto Christian Aagourd. Miss Mary Lee, 419 West Galena; Natelie M. Silver. 500 West Galena. Mrs. J. S. Gilstrom. Mrs. WV. F. Hallowell, Cold and Washington. Ida F. Evans, John D. Thomas, Richard J. Nuttall, Mike Sullivan, d. ±1. Jackson, Roy Elmer, A. C. l-[eimbach, Joe Murphy, R. E. Luse lay, James F. Ballard, Martin Pish cur, P. P. Dunne, Walter J. Walsh, foe Messa, J. M. Olson, J. H. Per tins, Mrs. A. M. Suarty, Sadie Erick mon, Charles E. Cole, WV. O. Neill, 2urtis N. Lewis, W. Stockman, .Harry Martin, Victor Crandpre, J. T. Lorenz, Austin H. Johnson. Hugh Pierce, Thomas H-. Casey, W. Tr.. Riley, S. R. Smith, C. A. Murray, H. \. Tucker, G. AV. Robbins, F. H. Trandes, .1. F. Blackman, B. J. Hall, 1'. J. Wolfe, William Nettleton, Mar garet Stephens, John M. Barry, B. d. Kinsman, John Peserani, J. Rose lcwis, WV. J. Funnerton, A. J. Mc lowan, C. A. Schurn, M. Kelly, A. L. Bertoglio. Edward MI. Broekburg, hilarles Johnson, John McDonald. Dan O'Connell, John Crowley. Mike ': Sullivan, John H. Conway, Dan Biuckley, John McIntyre, Pontus Johnson, Mary Horton, Della M. grown, Laudie J. Mink, John Pre cost, Charles Roehm, A. T. Moran, t. It. Thomas. B. J. Morgan, Henry laffke, William Damon, Mrs. H. Kr insman, It. W. Brasier, G. E. Pritchett, Jack Fuge, George 'homas, Charles Sunita, John Mathi t on, Paul Roach, Phil Daily, M. Mot elson, D. Mottelson, Dan Liston, lohn Ensign. Mrs. R. K. Yanitz, Fanmes H. McMahon, W. F. Grant. Leo Daly, 118 Missouri. William IH. Coughtin, Constant S. i Blordian and Michacl Sweeney. CANDIDATE FOR (Continued From Page One.) times drawing tumultous applause from his audience, when Inspector Graul went toward the platform and beckoned him to stop. Ruthenberg immediately announced that the meeting was over and accompanied the police officer. Meanwhile, members of the audi ence were being examined by "Loyal American Leaguers," who are func tioning here in place of the recently disbanded A. P. L. The following were some of the questions asked: "Are you a social ist? Are you an American citizen? What does the red flag symbolize? Do you believe in the soviet gover; ment? What periodicals do you read? Have you ever been arrested?" A large crowd gathered around the automobiles of Chief of Police Smith and J. J. MacEwen, George K. Wads worth and A. H. Healy, leaders of the Loyal American Leaguers, when they left the hall. But for a few jeers there was no disorder. This is the fourth time Ruthenberg has been arrested within the last two months. As a result of the May day demon strations there are indictments against him of assault to kill. Ruth enberg stated that the mass meet ing scheduled to be held this Sun day would not be postponed in spite of yesterday's developments. IN BUTE CHURCHES Congregational church, Harrison avenue and Majors street, Berten Emery Crane, pastor. All our efforts are being concentrated upon the Sunday school during the few weeks while there are no preaching serv ices. Time 9:45. Floral Park Congregational, 2905 Phillips street, Sunday school 3:30. BULGARIAN DELEGATION COMES (Special United Press Wire. I Paris, July 26.--The Bulgarian peace delegation has arrived. It is understood that the terms of the Bul garian treaty are practically com pleted. Bulletin Boosters should patronize Bulletin advertisers. ShinersI the Big Furniture Store Gives 200 Pounds of Ice FREE With Any Refrigerator ·You Buy S. & H. Green Trading Stamps with all cash purchases and first payment on time purchases. Shiners, the only furniture store that gives stamps with pur chases. Liberty Bonds taken at par In exchange for merchandise. Shiners ALWAYS SELLS FOR LESS ON EASIEST OF TERMS SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN. Spokane Cafe Clean, Pleasant, Cool. 17 S. MAIN. Is feeding more people than any cafe in Butte. The reason -better food for less money. We cater to the working people. Rooms in connection None better in the city $3.50 and up. SAM & JOHN KENOFFEL SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN GENUINE OLD TIME MALT EXTRACT Still on Sale in (omnpliance with the law. FREE Ol'F ALCOHOL Dark 14 oz. can for 6 gal bev erage .............................$1.25 Light 14 oz. can for 6 gal. bev erage ..... .... ........ . .$1.25 Dark S oz. can for 7 gal bev erage ...........................$1.50 Delivered prepaid with 5c for postage. Unequalled preparations for making a sparkling, healthful good old style drink at home. Easy to make. ADOLPH GRAF. Sole D)istributor 726 So. Montana St. Butto Phone 6576-J. SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN. TWO BIG PIANO BARGAINS FISCHER ............$60.00 A Splendid Practice Piano. ESTEY ..............$225.00 Good as New. HOWARD MUSIC CO. 213 No. Main St. SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN. S. F. T. Cash Grocery The most for your money. 627 E. Galena Phone 5245-W SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN American Cale 225 EAST PARK ST. We Will Serve You Right Pleasant and Clean SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN PHILIPSBURG AND ANACONDA STAGE Leaves Anaconda every evening on arrival of train from Butte at 6 p. m., arriving at Philipsburg at 7:30 p. m. W. BELLM, Prop. SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN THE BUTTE BULLET1Ii Is Sold at Hennecke's Ice Cream Paelor 422 East Park St. Anaconda SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN. It is a pleasure to give Thrift or War Savings stamps.