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tijler L:uunch
Buckets
Now listen-
Big Pasty
Piece of Pie
Piece of Cake
BInanan
J.ir of Sauice
Choice, of Coffee, Tea or
Coca
30 Cents
You cannot beat it in Butte
Yout" patronage solicited.
The Spokane Cafe
17 SO. MAIN.
Clean, MWarm Rooms in
Connection.
Sam and Jolhi Kenoffel.
THE MAGIC OF IT
Will be apparent, very easily,
when applied to any sore chest, or
tenacious cold in muscles-Rheu
matism, muscular twinges, stiff
neck, neuralgia.
MAGIC LUNG SALVE
Made in Butte, by Butte peo
ple, for those peculiar Butte colds.
Sole distributors
WOODY-DOULL DRUG CO.
29 So. IMain St., Butte, Mont.
Where bronchial tickling, and
cry coughing occur-the Germi
cidal Lung Specific, should be
used in conjunction with The
Magic Lung Salve.
This was Edd Heuser's special
cough specific, tried out in Butte
for the past 20 years. It is now
even better than formerly com
pounded.
....Sold only at 29 So. Main Street,
BUTTE, MONTANA.
(We deliver.)
Modern Painless
Dentistry
AT REASONABLE PRICES
Best Gold Crowns............$5.00
Best Porcelain Crowns......$5.00
Bridge work per tooth....$5.00
Full Set of Teeth ..............$8.00
Gold, Silver and Porcelean
fillings according to size and
time taken.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
20 YEARS
Patients are carefully and
conscientiously treated. Best
up-to-date methods in painless
dentistry.
26 Years at the Same Old Stand
Careful and skilled dentists
at the
Montana Dental Co.
OLD RELIABLE OFFICE
Phone 780-J. 114 % N. Main St.
Have your teeth examined free
of charge.
--FOR--,
Planos,, player - Planos,
Phonographs or anything
musical visit the
Howard Music Co.
Home of the Steinway and
.genuine Pianola piano
Columbia . Aeolian
Grafonolas Vocallons
Have you a friend that
eats at Handley's?
ASK HIM WHY!
HAfNDLEY'S
CA FE.
2'19'/ N. MAIN ST.
100 prs. uncalled-for "DIGGERS."
Come get them and save money.
Best of Repairing Done.
McMANUS SHOE SHOP
No. 5 S. 'WYOMING.
AMERICAN CAFE
225 E. PARK ST.
NO BETTER PLACE IN TOWN
TO EAT. TRY US.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
S8 YOU SAW IT IN BULLITIr
The Be ont Hl ts e
29 E. QU TZ ST.
Board by the Week $8; Meals 45e
GOOD EATS--"It L SAY SO!"
TO BE BIURF W EDNESDAY.
The funerali si es of John Veno
vatti, wo ded . nday, morning,
will be held a ` rily residence,
601 South Id reet Wednesday
morning, prw to St. Patrick's
chuch 'wherelh mass will be cele
I ated i4a 9.90 o'ck._ Interuent
will t tu the Catholic ei cmetay
era gte-ri Bulle.
ILD FIRE BRS
OUTIN THE S
LAWRENGCE
Drift Between Shaft .
Mollie Murphy in Blasr
'Which Creates Several
False Rumors.
Fire which has been burning in the
St. Lawrence mine for the last three
decades burst out in the drift between
the St. Lawrence and the Mollie
Mlurphy shaft--of late years used for
venntilatino purposes--early yester
:ay morning. causing the Anacnda
company's fire crew work all day
yesterday in an effort to quench the
new blaze.
According to Assistant Manager
of mines O'Neil, the drift was in
spected at 6 o'clock yesterdiy morn
ing but no trace of fire was found.
When visited an hour or two later
the blaze was discovered near the St.
Lawrence shaft. The air fans on the
-Mollie Mrphyli shaft were used to
hdraw the draft away from the St.
Lawrence and the fire was segregated
in the drift.
Dense volumnls or smoke pouring
from the Mollie Murphy shaft yester
dlay afternoon spread rumors over
the city 1hat the mine was afire anti
that some men were trapped. It was
ascertained that the St. Lawrence
had not been working and that no
men were caught.
A cave-in it is stated will nece
ssitate the employment of a number
of men for repair work.
MAN WHO SMASHED
WATER PLUG FINED $20
John Peterson was fined $20 in
police court yesterday morning with
the alternative of spending 10 days
in the city jail, on a charge of reck
less driving. Peterson is the man
who drove his car into a hydlant on
Harrison avenue one evening last
week, the result of which many stores
and the surrounding streets were
flooded.
Peterson claims that an automo
bile coming towards him at a ter
rific speed forced him Into the side
walk. He maintained throughout the
trial that he was not intoxiated at
the time of the accident, as was
charged by the arresting officers. At
the time of the snfash, his three
children and a man by the name of
Swanson were riding in the car.
MUORAY DECLARES SELF
AGAINST PHlOHIBITION'
New York, Dec. 30.--In a reply
to the Anti-Saloon league following
a request for his views on prohibi
tion, D)r. Nicholas Murray Butler,
president of Columbhia university,
mentioned as a. presidential possi
bility, has declared himself flatly
against prohibition. The doctor
said:
"\Vhen a man's name is publicly
proposed for high office by responsi
ble citizens the people are entitled
to know his attitude on public ques
tions. I have long blieved the saloon
to be a ipublic nuisance that should
be abated. I have not supported
prohibition for the reason that t du
not believe it either a just or proper
way to deal with the problem."
MILWAUKEE ROISTERS
TO "BRING THEIR OWN"
(Ily United Press.)
Milwaukee, Wis., Dec. 30.-"Bring
your own," is the advice of hotel.
and cafe owners of Milwaukee to
patrons reserving tables for special
New Year's eve celebrations tomor
row. Thi' advice pertains to private
stocks of liquors, wines and beers.
Cellirs are reported well filled and
guarded and every assurance.is given
that the advice will be heeded.
Those not so fortunate will content
themselves with candy and soft
drinks, ice cream and sherbets. Ice
cream manufacturers are manufac
turing large reserve supplies to take
care of the trade.
EORGE o. MOOE i DIES
FOLi*1N_1 BRIEF ILLNESS
George D. Moore, a miner. 43
years of age, and a resident of Butte
for more than 20 years, passed away
Monday morning at the family resi
dence, 3116 Bayard street. The
funeral services will be held under
the auspices of the Odd IFO.0tRi
lodge, of which the deceased s...
member. They will be. held at tlYi
White Undertaking chapel Wednes-'
day afternoon at 1:30.
TO HOLD THEI[i ANNUAL
ANIIt NEW YEAR'S EYE
The Robert Emmett LiteTary as
sociation will ,give their annual ball
at Hibernia hall Wednesday evening.
The organization always gives its
annual party on New Year's eve, and
the .occasion is always looked for
ward_ to as the event of the season
by its many members and friends.
The program which always in
clutiles many old-time dances will no
doubt be enjoyed by the boys and
girls of years ago.
MA %OU - I -MA
MEX SUPR[ME COURI
RULESAS TO 1ENINS
(Special United Press Wire.)
Mexico City, Dec. 30.-The Mexi
can supreme court has ruled that
the federal court at Puebla has juris
diction in the case of American Con
cI Agedt Jenkins, now at liberty.
bal~ fMing t.id for alleged
spit y withVbandits whom, he
o oe on ver, is. coii.iiTie
to one point of jurisdiction. The
court did not direct that the case
be tried in the federal court or that
the state court at Puebla, which first
directed Jenkins' imprisonnent.
was entirely without authority. In
fact, the ruling is' interpreted to
mean that the state court still is
competent to conduct the trial, al
though Jenkins may now enter a
petition for the transfer of his case
to the federal district court.
BUTTE BRIEFS
Horace Shekell of 1408 Dewey
Boulevard, who has been critically
ill is reported as slowly improving.
Judge Louis Arpin of Lead, S. D.,
is visiting his brother Julius and
family, 2526 Harvard avenue.
Charles F. Lloyd and daughter are
visiting friends in the city. They
arrived Monday flight from Dillon.
A. G. Nutting arrived from Living
ston Mondiy afternoon. Hle will re
main here for the next few days.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Carlson ar
rived in. Butte Monday night for a
shobrt visit with friends.
George M. White was among -the
late arrivals from Twin Bridges
Monday night.
Go to Woody-Doull Drug company
for all your drugs. Remember
Woodruff's Headache Special and
Homemade Liver Pills, 29 South
Main.--Adv.
Mrs. George Dunkey of Three
Forks is in\ the city visiting friends
and relatives.
Simon Carson is in Butte from
Boulder. HIe will remain here sev
eral days.
C. F. Angul of White Sulphur
Springs is transacting business in
the city.
George Towers of Missoula is in
the city connected with business
matters.
$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.
W. A. Kidney was among the late
arrivals from Basin Monday night.
George F. Gored of Bozeman is
in Butte on a short business trip.
O. WV. Montgomery is a business
visitor in Butte from Great Falls.
S. lR. Robinson arrived in Butte
front Bozeman Monday evening.
Dr. C. AM. Eddy, dentist, 204-205
Pennsylvania bldck. Phone 4025-W.
-Adv.
I. M. Blakenmore of Great Falls is
in Butte on a business trip.
Miss Olive Roberts of Dillon was
a visitor in Butte Monday.
William L. Irvine arrived Monday
afternoon from Pipestone.
Jack Nemnick of Dillon is in the
city on a business errand.
.II. T. Taylor of Helena is trans
acting business in Butte.
C. Al. Randell is a business visitor
in Butte from rleleua.
P. B. Churchill is in Butte attend
ing to business affairs.
L. G. Herman of Wisdom is a busi
ness visitor in Butte.
S. F. Veale is a business visitor
from Helena.
Claude Robinson is in Butte on
business.
FIR T WOMiAN IsARRISTElI.
London, Dec. 30.-The application
of Mrs. Gwyneph MAargory Thomson
for admission as a student for the
bar has been accepted by the bench
ers of Lincoln Inn. She is the first
barrister in the United Kingdom.
SO()Wl HAUL.
Tingley. is.. Dec. 30.--The Ting
Iey Savings bank was entered and
srobbed yesterday of more than $100,
000 in cash and securities. The rob
ers have not been caught.
llce Business
I tinh I took inl every "brun
check" and "'lea dollars"
that was floating around
during the holidays. In case
you happen to have one left;
brinig it in-)-on't "worry"
any of the other "merchants"
with them--they are having
trouble enough--I wish to
save them to show my chil
dren, some day, what a good
busines maun "Dollar Bill"
You can't go wrong with
DALY BANK BLDG.
.YTRNG PORB MBN
A STILL
Remainder of crew Wrecked
Dutch Stainer Cling to
Rigging While Breakers
Pounl Doo.d.e Hulk.
(Special United Press Wire.)
St. Johns, N. F.,. Dec. 30..--Five
men continue thlle fight for their lives
off the little fishing village on Cape
Schotts and are clinging to the
wrecked hulk of the Dutch steamer
Anton Van Driel, with huge seas
threatening each minute to sweep
them to their death. At least 20 of
the crew are believed to have
drowned. Two bodies have been
washed ashore.
The steamer Anton Van Driel, lad
en with. a cargo of coal for the Dutch
government, cleared from Sydney last
Saturday under Captain Turnmell.
but was swept from her course by a
terrific sea. She was hurled .on the
ledges of Cape Schotts early Monday
morning. When daylight came in
habitdnts of the little fishing village
saw five men clinging to the dooined
steamer, while much wreckage and
many bodies tosisd about in the
breakers.
The fisher folks all day watchedi
the unequaled struggle from the cliffs
above. the tireck. .'hiey were nhable
to aid teh five ben and could only
stanlid anld watCh until darikness blot
ted out the scene.
GULLbECIEI BAR AIMINI
AND RIGHT TO STRIKE
(Special United Press Wire.)
Washington, Dec. 30. - Labor
within the next few days is expected
to submit to President Wilson's in
dustrial commision a list of proposed
changes ill the tentative plan for a
meeting of difficulties between cap
ital and labor. Labor probably will
suggest more specific recognition of
collective bargaining, flat recogni
tion of trades unions and, the elimin
ation of anything that might be con
strued as limiting the right to strike
or compelling the men to work
against their will.
BEPIOIiS ShOW MONTANA
LEADS IN IIPMENT S
Helena, Dec. '30.-Ac'colding to
figures announced by the Montana
Livestock commission, in summing
up activities of cattlemen of Mon
tana for the year, approximately
550,000 cattle were shipped out of
the st ate during the year. The
,shipments are 150,000 larger than
last year and about 250,000 more
than the normal cattle shipments to
breeders and markets in other states.
CONVIC(TED OF VAIGRANCY.
Toy Smith, negro, was fined $10
in police court Monday on. the charge
of vagrancy. Goldie Smith, Henry
Fields and Eugene Lenorse, also
colored, drew a. fine of $10 each on
being found guilty of the charge of
vagrancy.
ANACONDAN IA)SES MONEY.
Los Angels, Dec..gO.-Frank G.
Jones of Anaconda, Mont., reported
to the police that during the absence
of himself and wife from their room
in the Milton hotel, the room was
entered by burglars and about $500
in cash and travelers' checks were
stolen.
HAPGOO) WANTS OUT.
,(Special United Press Wire.)
Washington, Ddc. 30.----Norman
Hapgood, whose commission as min
ister to Denmark has expired, has
requested President Wilson not to
send his renomination to the senate,
tit was learned at, the state house.
LITTLE BOY KILLED.
Tacoma, Dec. 30. --Adolfo, four
year-old son of Antonio Barra, was
killed Sunday night near Carboilado,
when the automobile driven. by his
father ran off the highway, and over
turned. It is believed the headlights
of another car blinded the father and
caused the accident.
NOTED PHYSICIAN DIES.
Oxford. England, Dec. 30.-Sir
William Osler, noted physician, died
here yesterday, following an illness
of several weeks. Dr. Osler was pro
fessor of medicine at John. ~,opkins
university from 1880 to 1904. .He
was born in Canada in 1849.
TOOK IElR BY STORM.
Los Angeles, Dec. 30.--.MJry Sav
age, a pretty and .supposedly man,
hating vaudeville and filim actress,
was married Smnday to Count IRene
De Guignard, a French war hero,
after a 14-hour edurtship, her
friends have learned.
FRED A TAX-DOGERI, TOO.
The Hague, Dee. 30.---Tlrough his
adjutant, the former Croiwn Prince
Frederick has lodged a protest with
the Wieringen town council against
its assessment of Frederlk's income
on the basis of 800,000 florins. Fred
erick states his income is only one
fifth of that amount.
When in doubt, look up the Butte
Daily Bulletin.
'C"""
SliLia TtM I O AiRM -
Deer Lodge, Dec. 30.--While driv
ing a team to the country for a load
of hay yesterday, Hugh Kane met
instant death when a blasted rock
struck him on the back of .the head.
The: accident happened anear the
state. prison where a gang oft o
viets were at wodrk ' hdnging Aiojf
channel of the river
The coroner's jury in returning a
verdict, stated that every reasonable
prcb~tion- hdd :been tilken. to pre
vfcqt in .accident, that the area in
Which the deceased was driving was
cpnsidered .outside the danger zone
anld that the deceased had been
properly warned.
Mr. Kane was about 55 years of
age and had been a resident of Deer
Lodge for more than 15 years, hav
ing come here from New York, where
his relatives now reside.
FiNrE ISiFlYS I LEWETT
BoME IN FIo L PAK
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Dlewett
on Phillips near Hancock street in
Floral park, was comiipletely de
stroyed by fine early Monday morn
ing. According to persons who wit
nessed the fire, Mr. Blewett, who
was alone in the house, was not
awakaened un'til the fire had gained
much headway and only succeeded
in getting out of the house before
the entire building collapsed.
The house which was biult by Mr.
Blewett, was only finished late last
siummer and had only been occupied
a short time. Many of the neighbors
stood ready to offer any assistance
possible, but the flames ,conisumed
the BTuilding so fast, nothing was
saved, from the ruins. Mrs. Blewett
was away from home the night of
the fire.
FRiANK CANEY, AED 50,
SVITIM OT F APPENICITIS
Frank Carey, aged 50 years, a na
tive of Boston, but a resident of
Butte for a number of years, died at
a hical hospital Sunday night follow
iitg a sever attack of appendicitis.
The deceased saw service during the
bite war, and only received his dis
charge in October.
He is survived by a sister, Mrs.
Sarah GriffiA', 102 Sutter street; a
brother, Thomas C. ,Carey of Penn
.ylvania; three nephews, Joe, Gerald
:und Frank Griffin and a neice, Miss
,1Mary Griffin of-this city. The fun
iral will be hela Wednesday morn
Sig .at 9:30 at the residence of Mrs.
Griffin, proceeding to St. Mary's
church where high mass will be
celebrated. Interment will be made
in the Holy Cross cemetery.
CITY CARiAE CONT1ACT
BEFOHE GON[fIL OfIdGHT
In order that members of the city
council call spend New Year's eve
with their families and friends, the
regular meeting of the council has
beei advanced one day and will be
held tonight.
At the meetinig tonight, the prin
cipal number on the program will
be the ratification of the garbage
disposal "plum" of the J. HI. Kelly
company and the city of Butte. Al
lowance of the monthly salaries of
the police and fire department will
also be made at the meeting tonight.
City employes on the regular month
ly salary payroll will receive their
warrants Friday, while those on the
bi-monthly schedule will obtain
theirs on Jan. 5.
DEAl H CLAIMS J PENCELLY
FOLLOWING BRIEF ILLNESS
John Pengelly, aged 56' years, a
resident of Butte for over 30) years,
died at a local hospital Monday
morning, following a brief illness.
He is survived by his wife and son.
William Ji., of this city, one brother
in Kalispel, one brother in Miami,
Ariz., and a brother and sister in
England.
The deceased was a member of the
Washington lodge, I. 0. O. F., of
Centerville. The funeral will .be
held at the family residence, 179
East Center street, Centerville, at a
time to be announced later.
OLD-TIME BUTTE MINER
ANSWERS LAST SMMONS
John X. Sullivan, aged _54 years,
died at the family home, 31q, Nofth
Arizona street, Monday mporpylg:
The deceased hasbeen, employed,.jn
the local mines for the last 25 years.
Besides his wife he is survived by
two sons. Krass and Homer, two
daughters. Esther and Ethel; two
brothers, James of Butte and -Patrick
of Seattle and a sister, Mrs, Julia
Beesley of Detroit, Mich. Announce=
ment of funeral will be nade later.
EAGLES WILL SCREAM,
All arrangements have- been com
pleted by .he Butte Eagles for their
annual blowout on New Year's eve,
tc be held at the Eagle's hall. The
program for the evening includes
music, dancing, vaudeville and a
banquet..
/ O.ARGEIS DIISSI)ED.
The c.r~ i of burglary against
Eddie McMillan and Floyd Connors
were dlcsissed yesterday in Justice
Buckley's court, on lack of sufficient
- · · · °':·~
Sh PoliceGiv
en Or ers to Question 1
Everybody on Streets.
, Seattle, Dec. 30.-The heavy fog
Which has enveloped the Pugent
sound cities for the last two days,
which caused several marine disas
ters and which enabled a number of
footpads to make good their escape
after robbing several residents, has
lifted.
Five -freight cars, containing gen
eral freight and valued more than
$100,000, went to the bottom of the
bay, when the Pacific Coast Steam
ship company's steamer Queen
rammed a car barge off Seattle's
waterfront. The Queen was not
damaged.
Fog at Vancouver, 13. C.. caused
the Canadian Pacific passenger
steamer Princess Charlotte to col
lide with the Seattle' freighter Morn
ing Star. The bow of the freighter
was smashed, but the Charlotte es
caped with a few scratches.
In the downtown streets here, two
robbers held up a cripple and were
able to make their escape due to the
fog. Due to the many holdups re
ported a general order, was issued
last night to the police to ,question
everybody found on the streets.
SPEEDING CA R KILLS
ONE, INJURES ANOTHER
Santa Rosa, Cal., Dec. 30-Robert
Ford of Santa Rosa, met ,death
here yesterday and his wife, Ruth
Ford, was perhaps seriously injured,
when they were run down by a
speeding automobile on the state!
highway south of this city.
When E. H. Baker, who was driv- I
ing the speeding car, came to a stop
after striking the couple, another
car crashed into their machine. Both
cars caught fire and were complete
ly demolished.
BOOM HERBERT 1-OOVIER.
San Francisco, Cal., Dec. 30.-.)
One more presidential possibilyt4y
has been shoved into the limelight,
through the action of Dr. David
'Starr Jordan, chancellor emeritus of
LOland Stanford university, who de
clared in a public statement that
Herbert Hoover, late food adminis
trator, is his "first and only choice
for president of the United States."
ZEALANDERIS WANT BOOZE.
Vancouver, B. C., Dec. 30.-New
Zealand voters have wiped out the
prohibition lead and have decided in
favor of continuance of the licensing
system by a majority of 1,237, ac
cording to a special cable to the
Vancouver World.
M[NES WORKING.
Pittsburgh, Kans., Dec. 30.-Re
ports show that every mine and strip
plant but one in the coal districts of
Kansas are working today.
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NOTHING SHORT OF
MUODER, SAYS DOCTOR
Cincinnati; Dec. 30.-PRedommen
dqtion will be made by the Feder
ated American Societies of Experi
mental Biology, which are in a three
day sessionr here, that the sale of
wood alcohol be controlled by the
government. Dr. Clyde Brooks of
the Ohio state university, said it
was nothing short of murder, to sell
as a beverage, a drink containing
wood alcohol.
SCHOOLS AGAIN OPEN.
Al1 schools, exceptinig the paro
chial schools resumed work yester
day, following the Christmas vaca
tion and a practically full attendance
was reported. The parochial schools
will not open until the first part of
next week.
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