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Hand Operated
Bottle Capping
Machine ,
Use our capper and your
home beverages will be in
p e r f e c t condition. We
guarantee it to give per
fect satisfaction, no brok
en bottles, bruised hands
or leaky corks.
Ua /1 $2.50
' i'repa:ii (I
CROWN CAPS.
12 doz. only . 65..........- Sc
STONE CGRO.S.
All sizes up to 15 gal.
Home of Good Hardware.
Automobile Accessories.
Mechanics' Fine Tools.
Paints, Window Class.
Plumbing and Electrical
Supplies.
F'hone 956. 2.1 E. Park.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN m'I LL.ETIN
-FOR
Pianos, Player - Pianos,
Phonographs or anything
musical visit the
Howard Music Co.
Il mo I r io S i iwa\\ y : ti
genullilie P1ýoiil it i tio
Columbia Aeolian
Grafonclas Vocations
S3AY YOU SA\V IT IN ILLET'IIN
FRED P. YOUNG
EXPERT WvA'r1tiL R..i1ERl
JEWELER AND1 EN\ll'AEt
All wvork glzua,,1'e ,d.
10 Ye',hs in Iu(te.
101 P'ENNSY IVANIA IIIA) h'
SAY YOU SAWP IT IN 1ULETIN
RAZOR HONING
It's no use trying to - hae with1
a dull razor. 1 will sharpon your
razor right for 50c. T'y ii before
yo'u pay.
108 EAST GI.RNITE STREET
SAY YOU SAW IT IN I1ULLETIN
RAFISH BROS.
83 E. P IAi NT. S
TA\ii.OiS FOR1 M>EN
,Fine Suits to (Ordelr.
Extra fitle line of uncalled
for suits.
SAY YOU SAW\ IT IN L:t, LFTIN
THOMAS E. JOYCE
PIANO TINER AND IEPATIIERI
HIeadquarters, Hlunt Piano Co.
Phoneo 2SO-W'. j
SAY YOU , A_\ IT IN 1Wt t 'I\tN
THE FAMOUS CAFE
124?-, E. Park St.
First-Class Meals at lReason
able prices. Open Day and
Night.
IPIONE i-01t-.
SAY YOU SAW IT'" IN t:LL t l"'
THE SCANDIA
316 East Park, Anaconda,
Pool, Ice cream, soft drinks of all
kinds, good assortment of cigars,
cigarettes, tobacco and candy. I
SAY YOU SAW IT IN IULLETIN
DR. L. V. MORAN
Opltometlrist alnd (Optician
EYES EXAMINEI)U
Try my $5 glasses. (Gara-nteed
or money refunded.
Room 10-1 Pennsylvania lBlock.
Open ) a. In. to S p. ll. 7 to 5:30.
A Place for Ladles and Gentlemen
Moxom Cafe
OPEN AT ALL HOURS.
I8 WEST BROADWAY
PUBLIC MARKET
STALL,, NO. 1:3
Dally shin.,ieint. of Itilter RIoot
products. 'rY3 our ooaking lip
ple.s-Transleei.ulat ('rabs and
Sw'tet Corn.
JOHIN EIGall(;AgN,
WILIAAM III'IEII, Agents.
EXECUTIVES OF A,
F. OF L, OPE.N
SESSIOS
Threatened Strike of Steel
Workers and Demands of
Railway Shopmen Will
Receive Consideration.
(S peciit! I!nilt d 're'ss WVi(,' .
'a'shingto . .\ Ig. 28. - 11tolding hi
its hands lit' d licate' baIl(: e of the
e:onoI ic an11 i111(ndustril rll Ire o1 f the1
Sc 1ountrly, the 1 xecUtive colncil of t hI'
AmI'Uri( ll 41 d'e1'l lia ll (on fAl L bor (let
in extraordinary ressionl here. Yhile
imlmediate action is expci"ed on the
StcI el and r' ili4;4 l d situatlions, it i.. he-'
lieve1 tihe r'l and Illf tile y b e con
s4ll1 d 4 efore 1 ep01' c(' . re taken oi401 l tIhl
1bro1ad r' qu('stionlS of ftUllre poli( Y.
T'he Ithr t', 1to srike by tllhe unionl
1 lnp!(ye, s of' 11I( 14nited States Slt.]
c iorporai' itmi and the[ demands ari" hc
, w y : inn will be given first
(co 4i44(4id lrat io by the c'ou1 cile . The'
!talld of P -o4idt4 \VW ilsotn again4'1 t
fll rther' w' (g0' iincri'4 es is a 14 I 4t:1 I
doi4lls facI441 i4l I e114 Silil.aio1 . The
lad(rs of4 the .'-h1 tl4 111 are conf'identl
m11 the (l4n are ready io slrike for
SEAFOO MAKES ITS BOJ
IT0 PIlONS.AT MARKET
l 141i.h. I'fr sh froI m Iltl'e 'cifi' .
114(1w 0 it.- 1how '' 14 I' th ily market 1 1 -
day at noon, , henl thle W'esteorn Fish
:companlll y (l'te1re(d l(he lis of (lealer..
selling direct t' e 1he people at lowl
plri('s ait the 4 1ket. \Acording to
Managor G(-orge lHus..ho, shiplmenti
of 'ishi will he kept on theo way fromond ti
Ta.' l 1 ), 4 I(ut'4 r'gur14414 ly 4andt p41 -11
rolis at the 1:rklllet are a u.=Ured of
f'41eh sea f4tlood dail4y.
As 118Utlt hi ull ke. S w s crowded
lodl4y w4ith the thronl g of lhouse((wives,
who tOOk U1dvc'allll4 ge ( 0 1 ' the C:xopLtid ll
ally low ' rit s for lncessiti4es. All
of !he .-ahll: r' filled with dealers,
;'ud .Muyor o1, 4t4'4deni is attempting to
devise ways i11d eall' I of f llth1 4 r 1i-'
larging the l llalt.
4rrsted a w 11k 4g1o on a cha'rge t."1
'i4.4 1) " 'rsonati 4g an office1r (and wi11
1'11 I't ]4 Ui; l(o94rit'41y o11 ('1 1' . 41441S 4 1s -I
44441 I ', l] ' '('44 11411 t(l4(' ('1 444)444 1
4t4 1ill cI' I ti II' I' 11 I 11I '' l ( l lOl' il a
'o ,chk. .\!nrr'i- ,y hia: he ,n .04 1 lil
'Iy "i 4 hris ac'-. - und r 4 bonds' of.
, . l .:.1 rl.'r' lytb' ill 'l'h l ll ti O ll t l
lh,4 lil c., . 1t1lIli ,, in all al l ged' ill
i .xicnt"d condition, vicitlod (lhe lit't
11tii11 .hol,1 4n 'lsl t ronlt sheet and1 114"
at t' he ,114 1 of t gu1111, f4r' ed .Jolill
s(114 14 4 i(' 114" 4.tl ' in 1t o 11' illo 11141y
jail, where' .lohllson was plc' )l'ed in a
coll and held illegally ifor I1S hours.
.\!lthough not vcested with any all
thI ricvy wvhlat n'o e s, it is allcged Ihat.
\l1i(rri.a4 ey t'ldi 114, ' c 'tli) 1y j1,ilor that
Johnson wa's to le lheld "for tite
1 city." ('ity' tfl'ficials disclainw1 l 1 ny
conin 1ct-ion with .h0 4 ase and 4 ss4trl
td that .M rri-sey'. act was without
, n t t lw r ] ttl cd1h1]',' olr ,'(lls('ll .
IS FI1LED F[O POOBATE
Now York1 .2 2) 1 . II ar I) e i,%e
w ll. r l iid 11or p 3)5l~at hI' rr (' I o
* il l 3)3 1 h 1' \\ii 3333 31)33 11)1('15) '11 lii ;11. /
gir o' .s (1 lils. Ist. wIll 'Xili l )t3' 1t13btu
wt ) l' I'lli v o i t 5. 00,' l~ tlh t uto 1 .
u .li l t I i. I u a1 ) t 1r1(11 ) -' Il
ODNOGIVE ANDO PADIEO1OA
11 SEE a HtItN ON l Al1r
I In i log II 31 I d13'' ulIIg3hliv ll. Il1o
lIIh'ii Itrlg ill 11113 1 1llYr ;fro ( 5 Ito
the l · llriiv C tnlity of Pittsburgh. lL~i'
1,:cli hu R ot r. le tol f h
SSENATORS ENtGACEI
SI PEBSONAL OEBAIES~
333 it!1t3 I ''13' tgl the ef c l'PI1 10l (r'1)
- 13'r~s(lit 111( (1111313 yet 1ieaii'{ in the
lng St 1 ')I glIt't. Senagtor Fall gliti
hart buring t (trlii gi' e's lefrtim he
1) 1: tl h gilts to rc eaty. Igge a tn
b ite lIwo" (w1 d1it)Il and 2 lcCaiaher
1 11335ny) 131)1 1 1) 1) figilit 11tWi llI tI1il1
-Bulletin Want Ads Gdt
Result. Phrone 52.
JAWA fl BR[AKS
iNTO POINT
Copper Company Chief De
nies Graft in Connection
With Building of Spruce
Road on Coast.
1 t leng'hy :lat ml ent lpublisihod
ill his Ipapers t 1.i. morningI .11oh1n D.
ys;:1n, chairimaiIi the 1 oard of dii
r!elors~ of I .\Laitonda ('opper Alin
in. company, fo'l,;r :'ly direc(tor of
aircraft lprodneti d 'uring 11the war,.
nllld onl ol' f Il" m1, 1 -t prominenti l il of
ourI' "Or ilar n a-yo r pitrio Ls, lntered
a "gtl t' l ill |!iiil f;t hy bllt ame oil his!
1 @011 \1 HVn. OI 1I- 0/ II 11111 011 111)8l
( rL i n 1 LlnncL tioi wilh the cOl
.1'r ction Of i : $L 12d.1111,t i iU lrtl 1c1h tof
lthe \lil wa\uk1 , o ralilro.d into {'itIhe
pu'ee f'l'oresis of the Milwaukee com
Ryan, ii with a phliusiblet arr1ly of
words. ;admitsre hi tihe road ;was built
and that the Milwaukee railroad
of which he is iia d Irector all1nd a m11111
her of the ex1 t x ll ive b|loar' d was dll i
r-c'tiy interested, but denies that he
either si ign'd the contrlI act for lthel
I olil L I'll giO l L of t the' rol d1 oi tilli hii
had illy prev11111o I TLe110.e Ol o. . fi i itl
pr'eviou.s to the time he assumlll-d the
direction of(1 t1 e air Laft produc(liol.
Mr. l Ipn alh:o declares t lLI 1when the
rolLtract was pliace d hlfor1 himLL li.
refused to a;ave anylhing to do witih
itL on theii grounds Ihalt as ai dilrectorli
of the \1ilwaukee he was interested
ill 111the atolIer.
The denial also asse.rts tlhat the
r1 1d in question did11 not cost he
$12,II .o1 l i s alleged, but111 said it
only cost a1b)1t $4.i0)0,0 lt0 .
Allr. L tyan failed I to make( ally de
nial of the chalrges that lie. while Lat
the heaid of the copper purchasing
hoard, purcl' ased somte S ,01i1 ,0!iI
pounld: o- cotv'r from his owln corn
pan1y for the government out of aI
tot;l' of one hundred and BOnce nlil
lions purchlised altogether,
BAir oue 111 II iFF inn
MEI LK OFF JOB F
IEN RBEFUSED FULL P9Y
(SI' i;l to TIh Butlletin l
;fou!a. , t.. Aug. 2S. After
workiut 19 l h rs co1ntinl ou1tly t0
hild tiliiuiiigteis in hek and recei mu
i "g only 12 hot r: time for their ef
torts, 1 ill the nc in ll 1 of the laiig
It ifi i !hlilt n tulllls ill lt Sel 'i ay
district w lk d offl lih j') T'siai ti
l iAug'. -i. . uill were followe'd by th s
1110l11 0i i i i, l() o ~ tier 11 ill il this dis- li
Ii uii"i.l I tieo imfttdi:tely called a Syn
patholic strlikrie whenl they hoaurd of
Y 11, grirltance of their fllow workers
in the ( her campii , 'cording to ad
; I; - S - 'otl ilght l tOr by lnlt l El'(fl ing
tI [ "OWITH r i'O I the ýii ik-' zn 0 o.
Tb! 'lti'iii'11 iio s liStl ] v ii iiVit 1 O 11 iii I(
SThe t o i iti tIlilt l Ihey worked
ttfing bI'yond ih0ir conturol an lld they
fi, l 11at i hey i ri i nlitled to full
t i11(1 [o 6 Alii0 uI N 1 'tl i aia dklll ,(O1!l.'RY1
iyork,
KING AND QU'IlEN ('OM1NG.
S(Special lInited Press \iire.) 1
l' inss.,ls, -Aug. 2S.---King Albert
! and Queen i Elizabeth of lirlgiumn will t
I 't - .,~1r'e tih I n ' ited State s Septl . 22. t
t They plan to sped nll(l iltl in AY o -
S ica.
The lute lhls union Noa, Ro al
of the 3aker}y and ('onfellottonery o
.lilterica "wishes to call fhi , uti|.,ntion
of the public' of thin; <mnltln nl ily, ,s-, 1
pecially of orgay izted labor to th t' fuct
ender union 'indiiionls will earo'y tlie
ilion lTabl. Any bread ookhih dos
not (airy the lnion label is doubtless
, prodrted m ltet '; olnditions nllifair 1o
• n Ou Z'ed labou and hostile to utoioI
rieiles ellw VTaiorkers of
tIl O S'\en! lid the union label.
;Stoleket' -l l,. do not retail bread
\hl; ith do,"s t1.. i ",rry the union lnbel.
r I .A 1. J:' ) tION I iT 'I'IONERY
W\ t) i: I. I, itn-: INTEIRNATIONAL
r 'Nt)IN lly \.A\lill('A. LOCAL 93,
r . . ltrit e. .\ t,; . A dv.
Why Don't You
Get That Royal
Tailored Loop ?
W';E ()FF R'It
t! oyal +l:udl-to-%leasur< ,St ''ITi
AND O O\i..'l's .VI'
Leslies Tailors
l- \l'. Qt1A'11Z !T.
i SAY YOU1 SAWV IT IN IlI'LL.G.TIN
SAY YOU SAW\ IT IIr LLrri x Results. Phone 2 Av 1 ou SAW IT IN -ULs:'iN
LABOR DAY CELEBRATION
SUnder Auspices of Anaconda Central Labor Council
Fine Program of Sports Mountain View,
Bring Your Lunch Baskets Park, Anaconda
Union Men, Attention!
Buy Only Bread Bearing
the UNION LABEL
BUTTE BAKERS' UNION
4:;PIIII·~e~-~~~
HERE THEY ARE:
I The following unions so fIu
hIan taken action, dtonalulig 11011!
° (·y, or levying u1 1month1ly asscss
I nenlt to support tile IBltt I) ly
j Bulletin:
Barber·1s' unionn1, monthly.;Y l
C(ooks anuld Wailers.
Rublber and 'Irice Woikers,
monthlllly.
Tieatrical Sinagc Employcs,
m llOnlthlly.
TiIypographical unonoliy
I Electrical Worikers, 6 5, hIlmlot h
13.
Electicialns, No. (5:3.
Machllnllllsts' Helpers.
i uligl IllS laborleans anl(d ll od
M ~usicians' u nion, monthly.11'.
*,.l1I Coulee Coal iu(s,1
Coai .Iilers (If Leth)igh, monthi I
It Sl11(t. Metal Woker, Great
Fa-*-l-nlls, monthly. III-I- I
. .. -.... .. . ... . . ... _. .'-"' - _== .=z =z=
PROTEST ABAINST WADR
WAG[D ON RHSSIA
Delegates to Swedish-Fin
nish Benevolent Associa
tion Adopt3s 2esolution.
A t (ht' crc vnti\- n ". , t ' . :;,",,, 1,l! ill
this city. of it . l i ni
I nle vollent e , i: , :d i 1
dt'olegates from i l ': I t
'nilied Statea::. a . '
'i'i't alr e O110W being ; i ,,
IRulsiani people was adopt ( and '01
wlrdile to President Wilson.
The protest was ill the fotrl of ai
roi o lution, the full text of which i:i
giti ll b lowe :
T'o P"'rlsidtill Wotodrow i\VIslson,
\VWIshing.toll, ]). '.,
r I tol ill; n ;gs:
\V'e. thet repreellr tnatives ofI. the
Swedish-Finnisd thoneovolent and Aid
Associalion Finland of America, il!
conventI 11n assetllled, have for a
long time with bleeding hearts fol
lowed thle pl olitical antld ecoill ical
struggle that hais taken place in our
l native country) , Finland, and feel thal
that. strulggle shouldl be tlermlinated,
A c('oncilil tory understanding Ie
twoi'ln the different'l t factions is very
(tesil'ale. anlld so we feet it our duity
to ',press to yeou, our esteemed
l'president, the belief that you willt
use ytult ltd offiices tto bring about
It peacettahle solution of this vital
problem.
\V ante ill the daily press thait ourl
it liv, "u ilt01 iis on the verge of a
blondy \\Vr wilh Hussiaa. end tl o a
Co lnti ! tll itsl d man 1 lly ther1 f11itors.
We It ('retil I t'(lve
To i: yeou to tIire'est tthe Finnish
legatioa !,I submlit these, our wishes. i
to the in',',sidoull of }"inland. as we
are pi nsi loi.li cittizens anlid call see
n11o bnlI!, but on the contrary, do
filll'it hl
Ott ic it i to 1inland, and, t e it' t
1. fur.het
ldesolvd., Thal\'t we helie ve the Pts- .
si. n1 Pt n,,!j, should be left to work
outill I il o'niI l I'rob'e. s in acti cord
ance w\ h the principleo of yicur 1ir
Bulletoinn Want Ad Gets
WRe ' lt,. Phoorlble preident, that
You will -,ive these, our humble
wisheý,, cur (l.ucrI(.m d consideration.
\,'i:ERNER .JOHNSON,
EI,11S JO:INSR)N.
CA.\IL V. IF'RANS,
El) \VESTERILTUNI),
.\NI. OSTRAN1).
. Aug. 16, 1919.
.N.:.i' \1;V11' IOO)! AVAILABLE.
,. ; ! ,xceptioll of rice. cher
' ,,"i ,t.A beans, none of the
.tit, , the a.ml y's food alloted to
Untre h;tl' hbeen exhausted, according.
to |Posih-'tr, r Phil Goodwin. Orders
for I tih au'my foods have dropped
within Il,, ln.t few days. J -resum1 -
ably oee.t: the residents believe the
supply h:II. hul exhausted.
Bulletin Want Ads Get
Results. Phone 52
BUTTE BRIEFS
Prominent Seattle tourists arriv
ing by automobile yesterday, visiting i
thie parks, include Joseph Blethen.
president and manager of the Se
attle Times. with Mrs. Blethen and1
Mr. and Mrs. F. Hammond, Mrs. .M.
Swaley anid George Palmner.
Go to Woody-Doull Drug company
for all your drugs. Remember t
Woodruff's Headache Special and I
Homemuade Liver Pills, 29 South 1
Main.-Adv.
An overland party visiting the Yel
lowstone and other Montana parks
and tourists' points last evening
v(ere Mr. anld lMire. Cabot, Mlr. and
Mirs. . C. Gideon and Lawrence
(Cablot of Tlacollla.
An Idaho party arriving overland
last night from TLorenzo included
Charles Durning, R. 1). Frazier, Mrs.
'\Villiam Teers and Miss Clara 'Tur
il0'r.
$100 reward will be paid to any
one proving we do not put in the
best main spring for $1. Mayer, 37
North Main street.---Adv.
A. 'r. Iiller and ('. V. XWilliamus
were Let-istowvn visitors who wo're
attending to business matters int
town yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Wc. Hlenke arrived
fromn lHelenta yesterday where tli't
were lmatrried at the Presbyterian
' church.
County Attorney WIV. (. Ketele
WtRs ill the city Otl )usinIess imttteri
ltisct even:in frot )eer Lodge.
il Dr. Frank Williams has re-opened
his office at 211 Daly Bank Build
ting. 'l'leplhones. office, 1734, resi
id nte. 113 .- Adv.
Mrst. L. D1). Keifer of Mitles City and
'.. . I1. Shellaborgcr of Itoundut l
" ott' gutesuts last eveninig,
i 1.re. JI. T. and Miss A.gncs McEt
try lisittd in tthe city yesterday fromit
liillings.
Mr. .1. A,. tBasted and Miss Jtunnio
I, ing ,f' I)Iillol were arrivals last ece
id nilg.
.I r. and Mrs. J. WV. Itawkins were
-al in the city yesterday fromt Lewis
t oi Iwn.
d Dr. C. M. Eddy, dentist, 204-205
-_ Pennsylvania block. Phone 4035-W
,.ry --Adv.
ty'
etl 3I. and .Mrs. P. Robson were
ill gui.tc s last night from lexburg,
t lt Id a .
Mlr. and Mrs. John It. PIag of
lr I'hililsburg were guests yesterdlay.
i Mrs. F. 1. Mertrill, with her son.
, were gue'sts last night fro'mt Ilima.
sh Attorney M1. S. Gunn of Helena was
ts, in Butte yesterday.
Washington Market. Ground bone
lo- 7 pounds for 25c.-Adv.
P. O. Southwick is registered
ts-from t I'Friend. Mont.
rk
rd- lir. H. L. Nelson of Divide was
14i in town yesterday.
at JIaci Mladison was over front Mis
ble soula last night.
ini.
P'. B. Foley of Great 'alls is a re
ii'nt, guest.
* SPIRITUALIST
MEETING
r ON I.\liiISON I AVFNIENLI
FRIDAY
ALG. 29), AT $ P M.I
MI"SS EITH It.1-AM, iNMedin.
sAY YOU SAW IT IN BULeINT.
AN I MMEDIATTE
CONFERENCE IS
NECESSARY
Secretary of Interior Lane
Urges President to Call
Meeting of Employers and
Employes.
(Special United Press- Wire.)
Washington, Aug. 28.---An imme
diate conference between capital and
labor is necessary to solve the eco
nolnic situation which is now con
fronting the United States. accord
ing to Secretary of Interior Lane in 4
a statement here.
He said "the events which are
seriously threatening the welfare of
the country was rapidly drawing to
a climax." -lHe urged Wilson to take
tinmmediate action for a joint meet
ing between employers and employes
and all other elements who are di- 1
i rectly interested in industrial prob
lems, without waiting for congress
to act on resolutions now before it, 4
calling for such a conference.
y To my mind, studies of the con
r ference should be directed along two
d lines. First, there should be a de
I termination of principles that should
govern all relations between the em
ployer and employe; this should be
founded on good conscience and
should cover the question of wages
to labor return on capital and an op
g portunity for the advancement and
bettermlent and recognition of merit.
e Second, there should be a determina
tion of ways by which the principles
might be carried out.
PALMER'S NAMIE SLIPPED
OVER ON LEARNED SOLONS
7 For a period of just 24 hours last
week, A. Mitchell Palmer, President
Vilson's recess appointee as United
is States attorney general, stood with
e his appointment confirmed by the
n senate, but as soon as the solons
learned that his name had been slip
ped over them,i the confirmation was
revoked. But Palmer still continues
on the job. as witness the following
clipped fromn the Washington Post
of August 22:
A. Mitchell Palmer had his noui
nation for the attorney generalshipi
confirmled for just 24 hours ended at
S4 o'clock yesterday.
During Wednesday's. executive
session of the senate a large numbner
d of postniastershitps \were passed upon l!
- and confirmied. and in sonle mlanner
i- the slip hearing Palmer's appoint
m.ent was mixed in with the nomina
tions for postliasters. Senators yes
Sterday llmornlinlg were ast.ounded to
read in the record ihat Paliiir had
tbeen conifirmned as attoriney general.
alir. l'allner was abi:out as surpl)rised
-as allybody.
The record was corrected in a brief
execiulive session of the senate yes
telday afternoon and Mr. Paliner's
iinamie was pult back on the calendar.
Meallnwhile Iihe continued to direct the
'activities of the department of jus
tice.
The committee submitted its re
" port ill thie case yesterday alnd found
1- that no warrlant exists for the
charges against Mr. Palmer.
ClhlgeS againstL lr. ailler.
VON HINDENBURG WILL BE
NOMINATEOD FOR PRESIDENT
(Special United Press Wire.)
Berlin, Aug. 28. ---- The national
people's party has decided to nomi
nate Von Htindenlllurg as its candi
date in the next presidential elec
tion, it is authoritatively reported.
No date has been announced for
the election. The president, accord
ing to the constitution of Germany,
serves for seven years, but the orig
inal plan was that President Ebert
should serve only provisionally.
AMERICAN POLES IN
CLASH WITH CERMANS
(Special United Press Wire.)
London, Aug. 2S.--American Poles
clashed with German troops at ios
nitz in Silesia Saturday, according
to dispatches. The Germans are re
ported to have crossed the frontier
and to have engaged General Hal
lor's s'cond division. which is forlnmed
exclusively of Poles recruited in the
Lt nited States.
Four Germans were killed and
eight wounded. One American int
tlaller's force was wounded. Con-I
tinual sniping, aerial bombing a udi
Iiiachlile gun firing is reported along
the Silesian-Polish border.
Bulletin Want Ads Get;
Result: Phone 52.
1--- _ -
Big Remodeling Sale
You Can Save From $10 to $15
(On an u ;lcIled If.r ailot'-mile suit or on a MADE TO
3Ylt'i \lEASl ItI' suit. W o have alsi maiude a big i cut
nl all f ct gent;U furnishings. Everytl hing goes.
The Fashion Tailoring Co.
M. MORRIS. 47 WEST PARK ST.
SA~i I1 SA\ IT IN THlE ].LhidETIN.
Shiners
the Big
Furniture Store
Your Credit is
Good---Make
Your Own
Terms
"A ,.6 " GREEN 3
TRADING
STAMPS
with all cash purchases
and first payment on time
purchases. Shiners, the
only furniture store that
gives stamps with pur
chases.
Liberty Bonds j
taken at par in exchange "
for merchandise.
SShiners
ALWAYS SELLS
FOR LESS ON
EASIEST OF TERMS.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETL'IN
GENUINE OLD TIME MALT
EXTRACT
SStill on Sale in Compliance with
the law.
t FREE OF ALCOHOL
t Dark 14 oz. can for 6 gal bev
erage .......................... ..$ 1.25
Light 14 oz, can for 6 gal. bev
e erage .---..... ...................$1.25
Dark 8 oz. can for 7 gal bev
erage ............................. 1.50
Delivered prepaid with 5c
for postage.
Unequalled preparations for
t making a sparkling, healthful
good old style drink at home.
Easy to make.
n ADOLPH GRAF.
Sole Distributor
726 So. Montana St. Butte
e l'Phone 6576-J.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
Jacques Drug Co.
PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS
d Phone 999. 1957 Harrison &.ve.
Night Bell for Prescriptions
MOTORCYCLE DELIVERY
Agency Webster's Home Remedies
Drugs, Chemicals, Toilet Articles,
Patent Medicines, Cigars
and Candies
Eastman Kodaks and Supplies
d I Developing and Printing
I SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
j
SAY YUU SAW IT UN nULLLUn±IN.
B The OLD RELIABLE ra
BARBER SHOP
T CON LOWNEY. -
S309 N. Main.
First-Class Woik.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
ni
BISHOP BROS.
1. 180 Walnut St. Phone 3393-W
Full line of groceries, vegetables,
01 fresh meats, fruits in season.
d- Hardware.
grt
You Will Find Excellent Service,
High Quality Food, Low Prices
at the
Leland Cafe
72 E. Park.
100 prs. uncalled-for "DIGGERS."
ug Come get them and save money.
Best of Repairing Done.
ier
A-l McMANUS SHOE SHOP
he No. 5 S. WYOMING.
nd
inl
ig The Park Barber Shop
"BILL, THE BARBER"
86 E. Park St..
Six Chairs. Quick Service.

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