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Great Blocka'de ale!
.ii: :AT THE POPULAR LADIES' GARMENT STORE
FORCED TO SACRIFICE
BUILDING OPERATIONS NEXT DOOR BADLY RESTRICT OUR BUSINESS. THIS, COUPLED WITH A GENER
ALLY DULL SEASON, IS DISASTROUS AT A TIME WHEN WE MUST MAKE ROOM FOR NEW SPRING STOCKS
WE CANNOT DELAY---EVERYTHING IN THE
STORE MUST BE MOVED--and MOVED QUICKLY
Only a great sacrifice in price will accomplish this, therefore we have determined to ignore profits, forget costs and
sell the goods at any price. Any one having a spark of thrift or economy cannot afford to miss this sale. There is
no choice with us. These goods have got to be sold. The prices at which we are going to sell them are lower than
prewar prices, and are lower than the same class of goods will be sold again for a long, long time to come.
SJust received from our buyer in New York
a shipment of 50 new spring skirts, which we
placed on sale today; values up to $10.00,
I fo r . . . . .
They are silk poplins and in all shades. This is a most wonderful bargain and
one you would hardly expect on spring apparel.
S SUITS COATS
Slry ]ri i a , now $14.95 Valu to $45 ..................... $19.75
npl' pi rih d 1l .-. o $19.75 V ihjes to $25 ... .... $10.75
. " .... Valiiues $2) ............................$7.95
n lues to $20 out ln $9.95 $25 uIrs at $10.00
s i 25 t t ................ $12.95 i$.15 plusls hs l....................... $7.95"
\'iValues to $10 t to ...............$14.95 $12 f s it $6.95
K 'APetticoats $1.95 WISj
Formilx p10r1 sit $1.00. Stock at 1xu\ ltF
Plush Coats, Fur Trimmed $225
Si =WERE FORMIWERLY $47.5 :`
S NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES DURING THIS SALE
The Popular Ladies' Garment Store
63 EAST PARK STREET SEE OUR WINDOWS
Big Motor Is Damaged as
Result of Alleged Sabot
age. Other Evidences of
"Striking on the Job."
Globe, Ariz., Jan. --. - ifteen
hundred men are temnlorarily out of
employment in this district through
the closing of the Old I)ominion and
Arizona Commercial mines. The'
mines were forced to -close when the
electrical equipmnent at the Old 1)o
Ininion mill was put out of corilnmis
sion Monday morning, presumably b1
:someone bent on dlestruction. A bolt
was thrown into the rotor of the 2()0
horsepower motor in the mill, de
stroying the electric windings a; it
cut its way through the machine.
Manager McBride of the Old lIo
minion mine, refused to make any
comtnent onl the shut-dowtn, othti
than that the mine would be closed
for several days, as the extra mlotor',
were ruined in a like manner some
Experts who have examined the
damage, state that it would have
been impossible foi the bolt to fall
into the machine and are positive thel
work was intentional. The tmines of
this district have been troubled with
sabotage for some time and freluel!
complaints of emery dust in the bear
RMCarthy-Bryant & Co.
317-310 P. PARK. PHONE 1011
20. bars laundry soap-... ...... $1.oo
No. 10s pure lard .................. $2.75
5-lb. can of pure raspberry jamn
for ............. --- ------..............$1.25
Fancy Netted Getm potatoes, 100
pounds .................. ...........--- -- $1.90
b8-lb. sack Rex flour. ..........$5.60
12 cans corn, peas and tomatoes
for ......... .... .... .... ... ........
3-lb. can May Day coffee........$1.OO
5-lb. can Wnite House or M1. 1. I.
coffee, special ...................... $1.90
Wherel you get the most for you
:JonN . M'CARTHY, P.i..,
:1g.. ninel s$ ci( 1. ofl dV a I 'l 0, fuse' d
and11(1 ready for acloll, \\. re found he
1eat1 h lit11 Arizonlla e(islto'l r ilroadli
bridge in the' h atrt of the cIy.
No e(luI1e. aI e r beJ foun11 d I o an1ll\
of the delpre, dations thus ';far cOlllllnllt -
Thu follolter's of direct nltioin and
s;abotlage have bteen unusualla y ;ativt\'
in this district dur ing theli pasl six
Imonths and halt tllen cooling out
opetnl in theiJr agitaltion to striXei
on tiht j.lob."
1('er $. ,,(01 in wages (\ill Ie , l1st
to )tiht district for each ( t 1.'1 Ih i th
D)ominion mine is closed aovn.
UP IN THE AIR
(Special ( 'nited Press Wire.)
W\Vashingtolln. .ian. 27.- Pleas to
lilte I nited States governtm'n11o1 t fIor'
economy are threatening the admin
iStrationll'S large naval progrlamll. Sev
eral of the big fleet adtlvocates on lihe'
house naval comllllllittee are wavernl'ig,
dllue to letters front()lll ('onstitulents who
oIppose the extenllsionll of the lnaval
progra'llll ol the g'rounllds that it w\ould I
inllrea.se the alruldy lalrge federal
W'ashington, ,Jan. 27.-- The con
gressional investigation into affairs
of thile war department or lhe conldulcl
of the war, Secretary linker declared
as called for in IRepretsentative tCamp
hell's resolution. and replorts thati the
Thirty-fifth division has sufferedtl ab
normlal casulaltie(s tbetcause of faultli)
handling and poor care, will bIe nmade
difficult now becauseI;l1 officers who
have informationl. a w\\ell as 1docu
mernts, are o\verl'Ses..
200 NURSES DIE IN
THE RED CROSS WORK
Washington, .Tan. 27. More than
21.0) Red C(ross nurses died of influ
enza colltracted while nursing "flu"
stricken soldiers here and abroad.
Red ('ross headquarters annllounced
WOULD TAKE POWER
Washington. aian. 27.-Senator
Cummins today introduced a bill tak
ing ,way President Wilson's power
tV61 ret~ h tile railroads to privatt
owner.S'lp at any timle he sees fit.
(Continued from lpage one1.)
il hit country ha1 s 4 gi4 , to the world.
Hlis words w'er'e r,,eictv d with ;p,
plas' and applause. 'The worker.
of I-:nglatnd are wilh thle worker'', of
lreland," he said. "it i:: the imperii
list:; oi' BIritaiiii lhalt are rolbbin4ig 1i11i
et ploit.ig." In 1 endiing his addic re' :
Ile read .1 poem that Iuliled ti
hal' of the ieeltng phinch iini "hlid
with "It isn't when you did 11411but how.'
Jlamues I1. F''i: hcer th1.ýn addressed
ithe nlltlilll and ,lopened bl y ,ayii;I ,
Ihat at1 oiln' liue 1 ut I1 i' was a\ son1 c11
IThatlitV t "'Thely ire' Mi liug li1l I Nlld
o\Volllen for Ille \\ rinlg oIf i
reilel," biut soon antld now il X\,i.
"'l'hey are killing lmi n and woliln,
and jailin g Ithem1 in lth th..s.,lo l :4ln s for
the we ring lof the r, I ." 1 u,1 i, Ilh
:aid, 'is they C lould iIn down t he llai ll
blenim oif the Irish in 11ie past, soII it)
IlCa never . lown ( t4 e color of iltl '
\worki ers of ithe v'orhl in tie fit ,l tr.,.
liis; the tut etini: a plundl ehhd to I hl i,
harts' depths. l1 1 , s ol:,til i 1 ie o,.
Iri ih question l ag l showel I that 1111 it \14'
mnt Ireland for th, !ri h that -;ih ::h!
he their slog n:, but thll, world for the
\w.l' 'ers. 'l'Then i gai, e a 1 'i, l 11iul
imll ide, FerrIt'l!,' r. lie wound lin
1i4h a4it 1n aapps1 l foir the iitl'., ational
which ouir comrade' s died in behalf of.
l'hI m eting caine to a 4cle iis.. d li
doing so pulletd 1the' ('curtains on onei
of the lbest anlid lmost enihusiastil
.alh i,'rtgs Butte has ever witnll'setd.
CLOSE OPEN DOOR
i 'tashlgton, .Ian. 27. -A ill itm
plorrily closinig 1against inmmigriants
the hitherto "'lopen, door" of Almerica
will ie r'epOl'rted into the 1house' to
day by the senate with the hope of
gelttinlg action 4on sa(me before Mairch
4. when 'ongress djoIurns. The
1house1 inimigr'atioll comnliitteo ha.
settled all featulres of thile lmeasure,
except the perltliod of years duringllil
which the proposed immigration has
will ble kept lp. It is ulnderstood that
the 4majority favollrs fixing the time
alt foullr year's.
SINN FEINERS RE
LEASED FROM PRISON
London, .Jan. 27. -The Times lto
day publishe.s a Dublin dispatch
stating that it is learned on good au11
thority that the Britishli goverintent
has decided to release SIn :,elnn
niiembers' of parliamenht now coifl in1ed
in English lpisolneris.
WRANGLE HOLDS UP
THE BIG TAX BILL
(Special Uniterd P'rass Wire.)
W tsinglton, Jan. 27. --The $6,000,
00 1.000 taix hill is )ying held in coll
ferenee biy a wit'1le between the
houllse antld the sieatie over the in
hriltance(' taxes, while the treatsnuy
hlldartltentl is vainly trying to speed
the final passnage.
The hlouse wants the taxes on in
herilancel's collecteId before the iln
dividlial legatees have heeon )palid their
shllre, whiile the enllate waits to ctl
lect froitl individatl legatees :;ella
rately Iupon their share.
MORE HELP FOR '
(Special I'uil-d Press Wire.)
Washiington. .nIn. 27- A bill alp
Iropriating $f IIt,II.t00i 0 for land re(
laiiation tio p it'.h work for the in
eitiplouyed wa. tt imiduced today in
hlie staii by Stiln;ator Jones of
NO DATE SET FOR
(Spec'ial lnitedi Press Wire.)
Washingtoni. ,in. 27.--Secretary
ilhakei hlas given t the statement
that he hasl heard noithing regarding
the alleged pIiti lia (General Pershing
to retlllurlln to) t lI I nited States with
P'resident W\ilsonl \hlien Wilson makes
the trip back lorne.
LONDON POLICE GO
ON STRIKE TODAY
London. Jai. 27 A general strike
of policemen is 'I iduled for today
in Londonl, s a 1 >e:it of the home of
fice's reftusiai to . nize the police
nllOn's unionii o to, reinstate dis
charged Midla:nl raiilway policemen.
Register, and get your
friends to register, or you can't
vote at the primaries' in the
Y.es. L i, i \ es ont of a noins
sible 10 (li i ,, c 'hire they made a
mistai l keI :.h . I rying the other
ai sits next to .a
f t : I .v t,;ed street car
liOSV i ,,; ilhave greatnflii
It i in' t :,I'.1 , f to teli" lirl
that you ad -. , : l bloominig cfdI k.
-IFLE CLUB S
Brings Large Number of
Sharpshooters to Range.
Medal Shoot in Three
Classes 'Is Enjoyed.
An ideal shooting day yesterday
drew a large crowd of riflemen out to
the range of the Rocky Mountain
Rifle club. Interest was high and
competition keen in the three classes
shooting in the medal confest. Jack
I)erville failed to shoot in the form
lie displayed on previous Sundays,
dropping from first place last Sun
day to seventh place yesterday.
Overand and Scheu both shot scores
of 46 out of a possible 50. Overand
outranked Scheu. Tisdale was third
John Osterman, in class B, again
shot well, but lie was tied and out
ranked by Frank Anderson, Jr., with
A. S Nichols taking third place with
a score of 43.
Bear hulnter Shoots.
William Frye, the bear hunter
from the Swan river country, was
again high man in class C, although
he was tied by William McClain,
Frye's score outranked, giving him
first place. Frye will be watched close
ly next Sunday, many members in
this class announcing their intention
of going after his scalp. Roy Leigh
ton took third place with a score
Secretary Tisdale announced that
the medals had been ordered and
would he on display in the near fu
Following are the scores in each
class yesterday, giving relative stand
ing of every man that shot. The
shooting is at 200 yards, offhand,
any military rifle, with sights not
containing glass, and a three-pound
trigger )pull. Possible 50, on the A
Harry Overand ..............................46
Antone Scheu .....................46
R. E. Tisdale ............................ .45
J. C. Yob....................... ...... 45
F. A. Anderson, Sr .........................45
Hans Holmes .............................44
.Jack Derville ................................44
W. E. Ralph .............................. .44
George W estphal ............................ 43
Ed Schweninger .4.................43
F. A. Anderson Jr ..... .............45
John Osterman ......................45
A. S. Nichols ................................. 43
Charles Staples ............................43
A . O . O gstead .................................42
R . S. Coom es .41.. ........................ .41
('. I). :M cAboy 4...................... .....40
W illiam F rye ................................44
W illiam M cClain ...... ...................44
1 Roy Leighton ......... ....... ........43
Peter Otness ........... ..........4..41
C. It. Morgan ..... ............... 41
,lam es Sinsel ......... ............. . 41
G . N issler .4..............5............ . .. .. 4
A. C. M. BRAND
(Continued from page one.)
,i ,liM, I l a t' lla l li, egh. i. Iih uw
lugf lithe fjI ut Ii Iit I au l fix in
1ti" i\\.ni the s.lieeti . The \\win
Iui .. o1f hi e ini liie i lng llth ollgh
whic h (lhe I'urnitull re \\ UX 11 hi ed
)\V10 dlemolished aid the guu.
IIIC'I hiln l a gener'I'l r'ou h lhit '
aloniuig lhenloelves. Mist of'
Ilheiii were uiinde'r lie inllllueniee
The ei illll is ,iit rchllis
lthen l lli ed' l . l flag., aid ti
lihave been brut\\iilt alongl itr
• lt e in lhe evei lling anoll ie
hlie r i\\'i ai'si were silas he'.
11 ptiaiNus andl furniure were
There is cilisiideraile f feel
ini here tilihy" amiiioiig Ihe de
to ilil reI urn, l . t't . o ll iers aill
\\-iiglii peopledu il being felt
thiat the work it' lthe drulinkei
gulnmen wils m l thie liiuri.ose ofi
makiing "'lewi" lr Ihe .iii ker
liimuidreds of sur1olier and
civil iias l'are tuidiv flockinig to
,join the W\ 'orker'. S ,ldiel"
Stilor's (cilii l tuiii a othllier
ailltunlpt io the hart id' tlie
jliinkers like the tine itl yesler
lliv will meet wilh cconlsider
ia l l ( ii . ti n. i
Auction sale at Norwegian hall,
Jan. 28, 1919, at 8 o'clock by Daugit
tcrs of Norway.--.Adv.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FORD runabout at a bargain. 414 S.
2 NEWLY-FURNAIHlED housekeep
ing roonm, hot and cold watei4 and
bath. 326 S. Idaho st.
TODAY'S BUTTE NEWS CONDENSED
The telephone number of the editorial department, which should be
called for news items only, is 292. Please do not call this department
concerning matters of subscription, advertising or delivery of papers;
communications concerning these should be with the business office,
telephone No. 62, before 8 o'clock p. m., when the offce closes.
Born Friday, Jan. 24, to Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Thompson, 216 SoUth
Washington, a daughter.
W'ord was received from Chief of
Police Jere Murphy yesterday that
his daughter, Sister Mary Colma., is
recovering from a severe attack of
pneumonia. The chief went to Chi
cago last Tuesday.
Thomas Chope, commissioner of
labor for the Anaconda Copper Min
ing company, left Butte yesterday on
a "business" trip to New York and
Bowels clogged, sick headache,-
no fun is it? Why not have that
happy face, red cheeks that come
with good digestion? Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea makes the
bowels work regular, natural-
makes you feel like new. Take it to
night. Family Drug Store.--Adv.
At the recent meeting of the Wom
en's Christian Temperance union it
was decided to unite with the Good
Templars in holding a celebration of
some sort commemorating the suc
cess of the nation-wide prohibition
movement. It is planned by the un
ion also to keep up its activities dur
ing the present year, despite the fact
that Montana is now classed as a
"dry" state. The usual meetings will
be held and the work of the organi
zation will porceed along the sane,
Shortly after 11 o'clock last night
Detectives Ray Fra;er and Jamwiii
Casey arrested John Casey, colored,
on a charge of bootlegging. After
being booked at the city jail he was
taken to the county for further in
vestigation. Mike MeDonald, Dan
McDonald and Frank Murray were
arrested last night, charged with cre
ating a. disturbance at the Oxford
bar, and I). Wilson was taken into
NEWS FROM OVER THE STATE 1
Extended Search for
Hunter. Safe and Sound
Kalispell, Jan. 27.-Forrest Nich
olson, who was believed to have been
lost in the woods above the Patrick
creek mill of tihe Somers Lumber
company, arrived at Kalispell safe
and sound last evening. He went
hunting Monday and as he did not
return, the sheriff's office and the
entire crew of men in McCarthy's
tie camp, where he was working, set
out in search of him. Instead of re
turning to the camp after hunting.
he walked to the home of has grand
parents at Somers. He says it never
occurred to himn that anyone would
be disturbed by his disaplpearance.
Melstone to Have
a Commercial Club
Melstonc, Jan. 27.-At an enthu
siastic meeting held in the city hall
here prelimuinary steps were taken
towards organizing the Alelstone
Commercial club, which will look
after civic affairs in general in this
city. The first steps taken were plans
for securing a better and more com
plete lighting system for the city
and to induce some person to lay in
sufficient ice to insure an ample
supply for the city during the sum
mier. The following officers were
elected: J. F. Loveridge, president;
J. P. P. Healy, secretary; J. D.
Dauterman, R. A. Craig and Matt
Lifrig, directors. Another meeting
will be held next week to secure
members for the new organization
and lay plans for tile suminmer's
Roach Ranch House
Burns to the Ground
Ryegate, Jan. 27.-The ranch
house on the Roach ranch north of
Lavina, occupied by J. 1. Thomson,
was burned to the ground recently.
The house was in the process of be
ing rebuilt. The fire started in the
attic and spread so rapidly that noth
ing could be saved. The family, con
sisting of 10 children, escaped with
Red Cross Indorses
Anaconda, Jan. 27.-At a meeting
held at the Montana hotel Saturday
afternoon the Red Cross committee
held an executive session and in
dorsed the report of the committee
appointed by the various labor, fra
ternal and other organizations con
cerning the establishment of a bu
reau for returning soldiers and
Third School Closing
Because of Influenza
Ryegate, Jan. 27.-The public
schools were closed for the third
time Thursday noon on account of
the influenza. The disease is in a
mild form and mainly among the
An installation of officers of the
Masonic lodge was to be held Thurs
day night, but because of the influ
enza it will be postponed, as also is
the installation of officers of the Re
bekah lodge Friday.
Indian Police Chief Is
Charged With Bootlegging
Helemna, Jan. 27.--John P. Croff,
clieCf of police on the Blackfeet In-_
dia rtset'vation, its' n jail at Great
falls Ia defqult !of bond of $10,000,
custody for an alleged disturbance on
a street car.
Funeral services were held this
morning for the late Martin Cahill,
at the family residence, 903 North
Main street. Cahill was a native of
Ireland and was one of the best
known miners in the city. 'He is sur
vived by his father and mother, also
three sisters in Ireland, hii.wife and
a child, a brother, Patrick, in BIutte,
and a brother. James. of Kansas, who
arrived here yesterday to attend tle
Jimmie Waters a popular lmeml,.i
of the Plressmnen's union of Bullle,
who has been in the service at .Campl
Lewis for 14 months, is expected
homie this week. He will be "worked
into the industries" by resuming his
old position as pressman on BuItte':
only independent nlewspaper.
A. I3. Maxwell, in charge of the
Daily IBulletin job department, re
turned Saturday from a. several
weeks' Iusiness and pleasure trip in
Chicago and olher eastern cities.
Mrs. Maxwell accolpalnied "Max"' on
A part of a carload of ma.ehinlo.ýr
arrived today fromt the east to be
added to the Daily Bulletin'; already
miiodern plant. It is proposed to en
large tlie paper in the near i'nturi'.
The Weekly Bulletin makes its ap
pearance this week, the demnandl for
a weekly fromii all over the north
west having persuaded ihle anaig.
mIont to launch a lirst clas inldepetnd
elnt weekly newspapler.
When you are wearied from over
work, feel listless and languid, cain't
sleep or eat as you should, you arte
getting run down, an easy prey to
dangerous disease germs. Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea-nature's herlbs
-should be taken without delay.
Family Drug Store.-Adv.
following his arrest on the charge of
bootlegging on tht reservation.
Croff is a Blackfoot Indian and
for years has held a position of trust
with the government. He is well
known throughout western Montana.
Deputy United States Marshal
Rickman arrested Harry Kelly at
Miles City yesterday on a charge of
falsely representing himself as a
special agent of the United States
health department for the sale of
what lie declared to be a "sure cure
for the flu."
Golden Eagle Trapped
by Melrose Man
Melrose, Jan. 27. ---Walter Eichorn
captured a large golden eagle a few
(lays ago. The. bird is now under
treatment and as soon as its wounds,
caused by the trip in which it w;as
caught, heal the captive will again
be given its liberty.
of Municipal Lighting
Whitefish, Jan. 27.-Whitefish
business men and citizens have pe
titioned the city council to investi
gate the feasibility of installing an
electric light plant, to be owned and
operated by the city. The council has
appointed F. S. McClench, J. D. Per
due and E. C. Prestbye of the council
and J. E. Skyles and H. T. Mayfield
of the citizeds to make a compllete
investigation and report at the next
Street Paving Plan Is
Dillon, Jan. 27.-The street paving
question is still a topic of interest to
Dillon residents and seems to he
meeting with general favor. Most
every one realizes the necessity for
the improvement and it is earnestly
hoped by a great majority that the
proposed construction will meet with
the approval of the property owners
in the main part of the city.
Again Becomes Active
Anaconda, Jan. 27.--A meeting of
the American Alliance for Labor and
Democracy was held Saturday night
at the Mill and. Smelter Men's hall.
The meetings have been discontinued
for some time, but will now be held
every Saturday night. Plans for con
tinuing the "work" of the alliance
are going forward rapidly in con
formity with a decision reached by
the national executive committee at
a meeting held in New York Nov. 30
and Dec. 1 and forwarded to local
Arrested for Shooting
Birds From Motor Boat
Helena, Jan. 27.-Howard Rocke
feller, a prominent druggist of Butte,
was arrested Saturday by Deputy
United States Marshal Groff on a
charge of violating the federal game
laws. Roekefeller is charged with
shooting birds from a motor boat. He
gave bond for his appearance in the
United States district court in Helena
REACHES NEW YORK
* (Special United Press Wire.)
New York. Jan. 27.-The French
liner. Rochamnheau, overdue several
days, arrived here Saturday with