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The Home of
Good Hardware,
Automobile Accessories,
Mechanics' FPin. Tools,
Paints, Windo'w' Glass,
Supplies.'.
Phone 956. 221 {E. Park.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETININ
INOTICE!i
STO FRIENDS OF THE
BUTTE TURNVEFREIN
ENTERTAINMENT
N -and-
IANCE
SATURDAY
S Oct. 18, 1919
SCANDIA HALL
YOU WILL BE
WELCOME. c
ADMISSION50c
PARK
CREAMERY
Livingston, Mont.
B U T T E R,BUTTER
MILK AND DAIRY
PRODUCTS.
Wholesale. Give us a
trial.
To the Farmers
Ship us your cream.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
ASK FOR b
DAIHL'S BREADl
FOR SALE AT ALL
GROCERS AND AT b
DAHI'S BAKERY
107 N. MONTANA ST.
Phone 4147-W
EAST SIDE
* COAL
AND
GARDEN AVE.,
O PHONE 5456-J.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Maurice Eagan, Prop.
PHILI PSBURG 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.
THE SCANDIA
816 East Park, Anaconda.
Pool, ice cream, soft drinks of all
kinds, good aseortment, of cigars,
cigarettes, tobacco and candy.
STALL NO. 13.
Kerrigan & Huber.
Daily shipment strictly fresh
eggs and Whitehll 'Cream
ery butter.
WESTERN CASH MEAT;
AND GROCERY
-1'. Reuach, Prop. Phone 5127-fl
.We handle but the best. Can sell
for the least.
2410 HARVARD AVE.
REX CAPE "
When in Great Falls, visit the Rex
Cafe
SERVICE EXCELLENT.
Specially caters to the working class.
15 Third St. South.
Rear First Ntitional Bank'
ON TRIAL I.IS M HO NING
ST; 'F,u Sbivan was drivinggtIle-eA.
C, M. i.uhiilance at a;regeosoable
se wdih w'en it struck Eltheit'f hadip.
tdstified James Gurley in- . Judge
ynhdi's court this :morning. 'But tile
amibulance' was on the wrong side of
~h" street, he stated.
Iti:wa's oni the, evening of iJuly 29
as.ut 6:30 o'clock that 'tbhe:;eeident
'Happened. Gur.ley, wh's i' i team
ster, and at one time 'Walkijg dele
gate' of the Teamster5' uhidn, was
stnindinig, on the cornei' lf;:Arizona
and Park streets .when h~ ;sgw the
feilder of the ambulance strijct'Knapp
aI a :knock him down. The.eir stop
pied within a few feet, but.i ot be
fore a.rear wheel had pa.sed over
'1napp'sp bod'y,,inflicting inji.ries from
which he died before reaching the
Epimergency hospital. Suliwian and -
the young man, who was withi him
picked Khapp up and carried him to
the' hospital in the ambulaice.
Sullivan is only 21 years old. lie
is the son of John Sullivan, an old
tine Butte resident. Sullivan aand
four brothers were in the United
States service during the .war, and
the young man had _ut recently re
I turned from France when he had
the misfortune of running down El
mer Knapp with tihe.ambulance.
I.The coronier's inquest lasted three
days. The jury returned a verdict,
Swhich stated in effect, that the car
I as traveling too fast, and was on
the wrong side of the street, and that
the accident could have' been avoid
I ed if Sullivan had given the usual
warning signals at the proper time,
Young Sullivan is being tried for
manslaughter. The case was called
this morning in Judge Lynchli's court.
I AMEHICA N LEO N LOOKS
AFIE , : BHET1 UNIN .MEN
1 .Since Feb. 1~ this years.,cltprity ip
the shape of free beds and, in many
instances of 'meals, :has been. ex
s tended to returned soldiers by the
local Y. MI. C. A. and the TIed Cross.
Beds have been supplied free to des
titute soldiers for periods varying
from one night to a month. The
American Legion has taken an active
part in steering arriving, soldiers who
are broke to the relief provided by
the "Y." Secretary Cotton says that
when the new building on Park
street is opened membership privi
leges will be accorded fi-ee to all serv
ice men, for three moniths' time.
SPOKANE OOCTOG.S" JOIN
RHANiS OF:PRHOFlTEIRS
:('ty Uhited ,,Th'9.S..),
Spoktaae: Oct. 15.-The ligh. cost
of staying alive is still going up.
Spokane dbCtors have agreed to
increase their fees 'from 50 to 100
per cent.
Hereafter, a letter of advice will
cost all the way from $3 to $25.
Even a consultation over the tele
Sphone puts a crimp in your pocket
book to the tune of $2. A visit of
a, physician to a patient during the
day increases his bank account $6.
TWO DEATHS. MAY RIESUIUr.
(Special United Press Wire.)
Erin, N. Y., Oct. 15.-Five were
badly injured and two may die as
the result of a broken wheel causing
seven cars in a freight train to go
into a ditch. More than 300 chick
ens in cne car were ground to pieces.
William Hand of Fremont, Neb..
sustained, concussion of. the brain.
SHELLS SET
(Continued Prom Page One.)
stated, Carbline Mazian, a Lettish
woman, seized a rifle and entered a
trench alongside the men.
Reports from Reval state that
General Yudenitch, commander of
the Russian northwestern army, is
meeting with some success in hi:s
.cmpaign against the bolsheviki. ,
His forces Sunday captured Volo
saava Vruda, 93 miles southwest of 11
Petrograd, which he has made his d
supply base. a
A British destroyer in the last two
days has brought into Reval six v
German ships which tried to run the 1
allied blockado of the Baltic. -
General' Von der Goltz has re- v
signed from the Gernian Baltic army, I
as the result of the cetente's latest e
note, it is reported. , '
RAILROAO lME TABLE
TRAIN SCHEDULES.
Trains i.rrive , aid .epart froma
Butte as follows:
Oregon Short Line.
Arrive 5:05. a. mi and 5:5. p. ni.
Lilave, 7:15 a. m, and ":35'p. m.
Northern Pacific.
East'. bound traips depart: Local
7:00 a:: m.; stub, 14:45 a. m.; No. 2,
8:50:.i. m; No. 42~ ,.0 p, s
VWest: bound trai.ls r.r1t:i Noi
41; ,:11 a.3 a.n.; sttl.,'57:a min,; No:
1, 9:05 p. i.; Mitssaiul' stttb, 56:5
Lncal from east,8arriv.l.a t9; a. m
and :8:05 p. i. Sttipb fom west- ar=
rives 1:00 p. 'm. and"s 10 ..p:. ' Afl
othei trains arrive 10 ..hinuted prior
to departure.
Great Northern.
Leaves 8:00 a. mn. and 2:45 p. m,
Arrives 2.45 p. m, and 9:30 p. m..
Chicago,. lllwake e, a.d St. Paul.
East bouind leaves 10:45 a. m. and
10:25 p. ma.
West bound leaves 11: 55 a ma and
10;1p p. ,i.
All trains arrive 10 minutes prior
to- departure.
Butte, Anaconda and Pacific.
Leaves 9:30` . m., 1:00 p. m., 5:00
p. m.,and 10.:15 p. m.
Aritives 8 40 a.n m., 12:20 p. m.,
4:8'0 '.'m. and 7:45 p. m.
OPEN FOR BUS SS
ý -
FRANK S A
Tailor for Ladies and Gents
AT: 164 WEST GRANITE Si'.
If your clothes don't fit you I can make them fit. Old
style garments made into waist line with belt.
GLEANING,: PRESSING AND ALTERING.
We call for and deliver. Phone 2106
SAY YOU SAW IT. IN TlHE BULLETJI .
When .we advertise in the, Bulletin we know we are
approaching the right people, with the right kind of
sense who want to save.
The O. K. STORE
24 Easo Park street, is the; store with the big assort
mnt~io. :mien%, boys' and. women's wearing apparel
that helps you to save. We' just received by express
300 boys' suits, and knickerbocker pants that I am
going to sell And save you from
00 To $5
on every suit. They are heavy w0igi and in all
shades, waist Iei: and belted, very prett ,effect. Bring
in your boys and dress them, up. We, have the mer
chandise for the price you want to pay. .The cold
weather is approaching so come to Uihe
.'. K., . STORE
24 East Park street, and" get some warm clothes for
little money. I am ,the original priCp. ctter in Butte,
that is the reason we are alwys Ibusy.
IREDUCE THE HIGH COST OF LIVING AND BUY AT
THE:.
24 EAST PARK ST. WV1i, BRliNIG Th. P'ice .tter
II . • .n. .. ... -
W'arNot Yet Finishe . in
Russia," Say~ ,iy Poster
In speaking of his resolution de- p
manding the reason for the presence e
of American troops in Russia, and;,
also that they be recalled forthwith,
Congressnan at. Large Mason of Il
linois, in a recent speech in the house
said, in part:
"The president of the United
States entered into an arrangement'
With Japan to send troops to Siberia.
(I speak advisedly as to what was
done. Japan and the United States
afterwards invited the other allies to
participate. This was done on the
pretext that we had property to pro
tect in Archangel. The pretext is a
pretext, and is not true antd never
was true. When the secretary of war
was before the committee the other
Sday, in open session--and there is
nothing secret or. executive about it
-he said that they were to guard a
railroad. Now, the (luestion is,
whose railroad is it?
Ameiican Soldiers Used As
('ollection Agency.
"I charged here a month ago that
we were sacrificing boys in Siberia as6
collection agencies, and they are
there ostensibly to guard a railroad:
they are performing the duty not:
only of policemeho, out of laDorers;
and tlhere are 4,000 of them from my
district who are there, and they are
not. being properly fed, and they
have no business there. The presi
dent of the United States has as
sulmed to dleclare war against a
friendly people. It is a declaration of
war. lie sends our soldiers there.
W u do not send soldiers under the
nAmerican flag, wearing the American
uniform, either for policemen on the
Rhine or watchmen in Silesia or scav
engers in Siberia. We ought not to
do it, but that is what we are doing,
paid the cdngress is silent.
"'Here is a poster issued by the wari
department. The secretary of war
said the other day that they were en
listing umen who volunteered to go to
Sibelid, I do not care whether they
volunteered or not. You might just
as well take a millio: volunteers to
Ti u'sidly i. a1.l s hosiery
dIly at. mmyl stbssm I offer tlhn
S wo-n gaius , '
Reg. '0c sox: .................10c
,eg. 23 SoI:.... ... 20c
Spairs ........... ...50c
Reg. ;5c sle Sox ..........2c
Reg. 50c Idsle Sox S........35e
3 pairs.......................... 1.00
Reg. 50 tasluue re Sox, ,3Sc
3 pairs..........................$1.00
Beg.. $1 Cslhmere Sox.... 65c
3 pairs...... ............... .$1.25
BReg. 75c Silk Sox.......... 50c
0 CLOTHES FOR MEN
DALY BANRK-.BI)G.
AY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
go to Ireland and help ireland with- l
out.any action of congress. Says the a
poster: ca
"Notice the large type. a
War Not Ended in Russia.
"'War is not yet finished in Rus
sia. A few white men with previous
service only are wanted in the United a
States arMly. Do your full duty
1now.' 0
"Here are tile places where they 1'
are expected to enlist: In Bruns- 5
vwick, Ga.; Greenville, S. C.; Charles- "
ton, S. C.; Columbia and Florence. 0
War Is Not Finished int Russia. n
"A, few white men with previous
service only are waltted in the Unit
ed States Armay for service' in the
infantry and medical department for
imamediate service in American .Ex
peditionary Forces in Siberia.
"Do your full duty now.
"Apply for enlistment at 35 Bar- s
nard street, Savannah, Ga.; postof- t
fice building, Brunswick, Ga.; 202 r1
North Main street, Greenville, S. C.;
148% Morgan square, Spartanburg,
S. C.; 177 Meeting street, Charleston,
S. C.;' 1522 lain street, Columbia, S.
IC. postoffice building, Florence. i
IS. C. t
"Since Aug. 16, 100,000 recruits- C
1,034 expressed willingness to go to v
Siberia. (Record, p. 5177.)
Whose War Is It?
'War is not yet over in Russia.
Wlhose war is it? Who declared wat'
in Russia? Was not Russia our al
ly? Is she not our friend? The
p iesident of the United States de
clare i war. I-He takes the boys from
my district, without any right, with
Jul any let or hindrance, without anly
at thority from congress. By the
newsw;aper I read 23 were killed last
wvck in Siberia. I do not know
awhetherla it is true or not. It is a de
S'aeyedal dispatch. I have juist asked
Gleneral iarris about it, and he said
ite would let me know. They do not
Yhave official information as to this
last battle. Four hundred and.eighty
0 were killed in the Archangel sector.
War in Siberia! Whose war is it?
I Have you voted for a declaration of
war?
Where I)oes the President
Get His Power?
+ ' "Do you believe under the consti
tution of the United States that the
president has the power to take the
boys of this country and sent them
into a peaceful nation to take part in
a civil war there in progress?' I am
not for the bolsheviki, and I am not
for the spawn of the czar under Kol
chak. Neither one of them is under
my flag. Neither of them wears the
uniform of amy country. But 4,000
boys from my district are there, not
the sons of rich men. I want to say
if the president had a boy there, even
if the son-in-law of the president
were among them--in the Y. M. C.
A. business--it would not take him
long to take them out of Siberia and
start them home. (Applause.) That
is the truth about it.
26 Mlore Americans Killed.
"They are my constituents. They
are in my office when I am there.
They are in my house when I am
there. Their petitions come in, hour
by hour, and this morning comes a
dispatch saying that 26 of the Yan
kees were killed. Killed by whose
order? That of. the president of the
-U~lited States, who, belieying, that
he was right when he was a profes
sor and;wrote that the president had
the.right of i itgative and the right to
-control the power of all initiative
I have quoted his words--that the
president of the United States has
virtually the power to control abso
lutely the foreign affairs of the
United States, Acting upon that, he
assumes to declare wdr; acting upon I
that, he is recruiting men -for service ii
in Siberia; -.where we have not de- h
clared war, where we are using our a
boys as a collection agency. a
S What Are We Fighting For? c
"The secretary of war told us it 0
was to defend a railroad. Whose *
roilroad, in-the name of God, is it? I
Have you stock there? Are you will- "
ing to fight for it? Then go and I
fight for it, but do not take my boys' t
over there to fight for your dirty
stock and. your dirty bonds and your I
dirty railroads. (Applause.) Four f
hundred million dollars, I believe, of c
American money from one bank of c
the Standard Oil has gone to the
Archangel railroads. Do you see any
connection between the blood of the
boys of Illinois and the railroad
bonds ,and stock in Siberia? Eight
thousand men are left in Siberia.to
control and organize and reorganize
a. country where there are 180,000,
000 people.
15,000 Against 180,000,000.
"What military asininity is it to
sent 15,000 American boys there in I
an attempt to control the affairs'
where, if any one of these dirty fac- I
tions agrees with the other, if the'
bolsheviki should meet tomorrow the c
Kolchaks and, after they had got all I
the money they can get, out of the
United States, should come to an
agreement, they would turn and mur
der your boys and mine as quick as
they would kill a cat or a dog? And
von know it: and I want them to
come out of there, and they have got
to come out of there. (Applause.)
Why Does Congress Not Act?
"The resolution which I have of
fered cites the fact that the congress
o'f the United States has power to
make: rules and regulations --I will
not attempt to quote it with verbal
accuracy, but you can read it-the
congress of the United .States has the
right to make rules and, regulations
governing the army and navy and the
armed and naval forces of the United
States. You have the power to bring.
them out. I ask you by this resolu
tion to order them out. Do not be
-afraid, in the name of God, to exer
ei.l tue power of the legislator when
the executive usurps your power.
TIO ARE ACQUITTED
OE. IQUO CHARGE
Thirty minutes, was .all that wgs
necessary for a jury to acquit George
Nicholson and Louis Amble, charged
'with violation of the prohibition
laws. The case went to the jury at
41:30 Tuesday afternoon and a ver
dict ::cquitting the defendants was
Sre.urued shortly after 5 o'clock.
Nicholson and Amble were
charged with selling intoxicating
liquor at No. '6 South Wyoming
street the night of Sept. 10, 1919.
Erick Anderson was charged joint
ly with the defendants but the case
e again';t him was dismissed on appli
cation of Attorney Dan T. Malloy,
acting in behalf of defendants, on
the grounds of insufficiency of evi
dence.
Arguments were closed at 4:30
d and the case went to the jury.
y The verdict presumably was based
on testimony submitted by the de
y fense that Irene Munroe and J. In
strom were 'in the place and both
were somewhat under the influence
of liquor. It was declared by wit
nesses that Instrom had a pint bottle
cf whisky and that he treated peo
s ple in the bar on two occasions. But
according to statements by the
L. former, the' defense was manufac
tured out of whole cloth, and put
him in a false light. Miss Munroe is
running a rooming house on East
Mercury street, and alleges that
some South Butte constables are
f trying to blacken her reputation, for
reasons best known to themselves.
SOLD BOOZE TO BOYS.
S. Charles Lee, colored, was fined $20,
e. in police court for having sold liquor
to South Butte minors. The parents
of the youths were the complaining
to witnesses.
Individual
Service and
Attention.
I Procure
I Lasting Sat
isfaction If
You Buy at
the
MONTANA
TRUNK I
FACTOR Y
J. .BTTMANI & CO.
-109-
IWest Park Street
Why Pay More
Elsewhere ?
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
BULLETIN SOLD, AT
EXCRANGE SOFT DRENW
PARLOR
H Hana Suhr, Prop.
1O1 outh E Main 8tret .t
t ]ION._ -:I1- · I
ALENi EIS IN BAD
BECAUSE OF PISTOL
Charged with terrorizing i Mary.
Brockhoftf by attempting to enter
her roomn and threatening to kill
her unless she acceded to his wishes
and let him enter, Andrew Bouseki.
an alien, was fined $20 in police
court yesterday. During the police
court trial it developed that when
arrested Bouseki had a gun in his
posseasion which he had not regis
tered. It was also ascertained that
he was an alien .and held no permit
to hav'e a weapon in, his possession.
Bouseki was remanded to jail for
10 days in default of payment of his
fine. It is probable that at the con
clusion of his jail sentence the
county authorities will proceed
against hiim.
WOMAN'S COUNCIL GIVES
SlIPPODI TO CONSUMERS
The- :activities of the Consumers'
league, was heartily endorsed by the
Woman's council at a meeting held
last night. Resolutions were adopt
ed, pledging the support of the coun
cil to the league and it was decided
to appoint a committee which will
wait on the city council this evening
and demand measures looking to
ward accurate weight in coal pur
chases.
USED GUN ON BRIllDE, ALLEGED.
Charging that she was forced "at
the point of a gun" to marry John
McKenzie, Mary E. McKenzie yester
day started suit for divorce. Mrs.
McKenzie alleges that McKenzie used,
a "gat" and threatened to kill her
l unless she went through a marriage
I. ceremony with him. She alleges she
left her spouse the day after the wed
ding, which occurred on Aug. 23.
DEPUTY MANN PROMOTED.
News has been received in Butte
that Frank L. Mann, for a time sta
- tioned in Butte as a deputy collector
i of the internal revenue department,
has been-promoted to the position of
I general deputy collector with the en
tire- state of Montana as his terri
tory. Mr. Mann will probably make
his headquarters in Billings, his
home.
GAVIN FUNERAL FRIDAY.
The funeral of Mrs. Frank Gavin,
39, will be held Friday morning from
the family residence, 127 Clear Grit
terrace. Requiem mass will be sung
at St. Mary's church.
BUTTE BRIEFS
Homer Townsend, ,clerk. in the
city' engineer's office, is the father
of an eight-pound .girl ..which arrived
Monday night, -Congratulations
were freely bestowed on the arrival
of this, the third daughter in the
Townsend family, which lives atS
2127 Wall street. S
Go to Woody-Doull Drug company
for all your drugs. Remember
Woodruff's Headache Special and
Homemade Liver Pills, 29 South
Main.-Adv.
Miss Ruth Suttzer, public librarian,
left on the North Coast Limited last
night for the east, on a month's va
cation, during which she will visit
relatives in Baltimore.
$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.
Special services will be held at
Temple B'Nai Israel this Wednes
day evening at 8 o'clock in observ
annce of the conclusion of the feast
of the tabernacles. Rabbi J. K.
Levin will conduct the services.
Dr. C. M. Eddy, dentist, .204-205
Pennsylvania block. Phone 4025-W.
-Adv.
The Ladies' Aid society of Grace
M. E. church was entertained this
afternoon at the home of Mrs. C.
W. Harper, 670 South Montana
street.
Washington Market. Ground bone,
7 pounds for 25c.-Adv.
James U. Sanders, secretary of
tlhe Montana Society of Pioneers,
came over to Butte. from Helena
yesterday on business.
Born, Oct. 12, to Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Glaum, 127 Clear Grit Ter
race, a daughter.
Born, Oct. 9, to Mr. and Mrs.
George S. Taylor, 3 602 Warren ave
nue, a daughter.
Born, Oct. 12, to Mr. and Mrs.
John M. Neldis, 1602 Thornton
street, a son.
Born, Oct. 3, to Mr. and Mrs. Al
fred G. Straud, Milwaukee railroad
yards, a son.
Born, Oct. 5. to Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Holland, 822 Waukesha street, a
daughter.
Born. Oct. 14, to Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Conner, 118 Locust street, a
son.
George Bourquin, attorney at law.
308 Lewishon building. Phone 992.
-Adv.
Special Improvement
District No. 3
- The taxpayers in this district were
exemoted for 1918 taxes, because
of wtr conditions, this year they
have been extended on the rolls and
are now payable at the County
Treasurer's office Nov. 1. up to and
including Dec. 1, after which these.
taxes become delinquent and a
penalty will be added on all property
in" this district forall delinquencies.
C. T. PUCKETT,
County Treasurer,
Adv. Silver Bow County.
Shiners
EXCLUSIVE SELLING
AGENTS
The Ideal
Heater
formerly known as the
German heater; made
in Quincy, ill., for al
most a half a century.
Delivered to your home
on payment of $7.50
down, balance $5 a
month.
Shiners
The Big Furniture Store
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
-FOR
Pianos, Player - Pianos,
Phonographs or anything
musical visit the
Howard Music Co.
Home of the Steinway and
genuine Pianola piano
Columbia Aeolian
Grafonolas Vocallons
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
PHOTOGRAPHS
Your photo makes an ideal gift.
It is one thing your friends
cannQt buy. We have many
styles to offer. Have your sit
tings now.
Fark Studio
John Lumme, Mgr.
217 East Park Street.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
The Men's Style
Store of Butte
7 29-31 WEST PARK STREET
.
RAFISH BROS.
83 E. PARK ST.
TAILORS FOR MEN
Fine Suits to Order.
Extra fine line of 'ncalled
for suits.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
DR. L. V. MORAN
Optometrist and Optician
EYES EXAMINED
Try my $5 glasses. Guaranteed
or money refunded.
Room 104 Pennsylvania Block.
Open 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. 7 to 8:30.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
FRED P. YOUNG
EXPERT WATCHMAKER
JEWELER AND ENGRAVER
All work guaranteed.
10 Years in Butte.
104 PENNSYLVANIA BLOCK
E. ZAHL
TAILOR
Materials of proven quality.
504 W. PARK.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
Motor Repairing-House Wiring
E. J. GORMAN
ELECTRICAL WIRING
1633 HAIRRISON AVE.
PHONE 53822-J.
MONTANA DENTAL CO.
The old reliable place.
..oderate prices for the fin
est worknmlinip and
Sup-to-date
Painless Methods.
U. S. bonds taken the same
as cash.
MONTANA DENTAL CO.
Phone 730-J.
1141/2 N. Main St.

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