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1854 HARRISON AVE.
Wholesale to Consumer.
Do you realize that by buying
your supplies each day in small
quantities that your d)ay's pay
goes little more than half as far
as it would if you bought the
whole week's supply at one
time? Call up Poynter's
6534-R, and order your week's
A FEW OF OUR SPECIAL
Corn, Tomatoes, Peas and
Beans, straight and as
sorted, per dozen ........$1.80
3 lbs. high grade Coffee 1.00
5 lbs. high grade coffee 1.30
17 bars White Laundry
Soap .......................... 1.00
So p --·---------- ---·-----·--- 10
Small White Navy 'Beans,
per lb .......................... 12%c
No. 1 Jap Rice, lb. ........ 12 c
100 lbs. Sugar ................11.00
Lipton's Yellow Label
Tea, per lb. .................. c
1 lb. can of 30c Baking
Powder ..................... 20c
4 lbs. Home Made Sauer
Kraut ........................... 25c
C- b I
for Less on
Easiest of Terms
DR. C. A. PANKEY
iEILIABLE DENTISTRY--In fact
the best that can be had In Butte.
Honest Work at an Honest Price.
Open Evenings Until 8:80.
Liizzie Elk., 1 I; W. Park St.
Jacques Drug Co.
Phone 999. 1957 Harrison Ave.
Night Bell for Prescriptions
Agency Webster's Home Remedies
Drugs, Chemicals, Toilet Articles.
Patent Medicines, Cigars
Eastman Kodaks and Supplies
Developing and Printing
QUALITY FIRST GOODS
Teas, Coffees, Spices, Extracts,
(GRAND UNION TEA COMPANY
,28 W. Broadway. Phone 1670
DR. S. HERMAN, Dentist
Permanently.located at 404-405
Closed Evenings Except Tuesday.
180 Walnut St. Phone 3393-W
lull line of groceries, vegetables,
fresh meats, fruits in season.
rB The OLD RELIABLE rB
CON LOWNEY. 1
300 N. Main.
A Place for Ladles and Gentlemen
OPEN AT ALL HOURS.
29 WICST BROADWAY,
BEST PIE IN TOWN
826 N. Wyoming.
We serve the Best on the Market
at Popular Prices.
69 E. PARK ST.
Register, and get youl
friends t regOi:ste-~-~ rgrI
ST. PATRICK'S DAY
Preparations Being Made
by Committee to Give
Butte a Gigantic Celebraý
tion March 17.
The committee recently appointed
to handle the celebration which is
contemplated for Ireland's day,
March 17, met last night, in the
chambers of Judge J. J. Lynch, the
chairman, and further plans were
laid for the big parade.
'.he infantry now stationed in
Butte. all honorably discharged sol
diers, sailors and marines will be in
vited to participate in the parade, asi
will the city and county officials, to
gether with the police and fire de
The parade will start at Hibernia
hall, Centerville, and the procession
will be through the principal streets
of the downtown district, to St. Pat
rick's church, where solemn high
mass will be celebrated.
Monday night, the 17th, there will
be dances given by the -Hibernians at
Hibernia, Pallas and l)reamland
It is the intention of the commit
tee to have this celebration in honor
of Ireland's patron saint, eclipse any
thing ever held here, and judging
from the enthusiasm displayed at
last night's meeting, it will succedd.
Another meeting is called for next
Wednesday at which time a marshal
of the day will be appointed.
(Continued -From Page One.)
are seriously affected through sym
pathetic strikes. Belfast, where riot-
ing has already occurred, is com
pletely dominated by the strikers.
Business is at a standstill.
Ready to Negotiate
(Special United Press Wire.)
Glasgow, Jan. 30.-Striking ship
builders today raided the shipyards
and outraged several non-unionists.
A serious clash was narrowly
The strikers have sent an ulti
matum to the provost marshal, de
claring that unless the employers
consent to begin negotiations tomor
row they will cut off the city's entire
supply of electricity. Many munici
pal employes are already strikinig
and there is only enough current for
street lights and hospitals.
Berne, Jan. 30.- -A northwest Ger
inan republic has been declared by
the Brunswick soldiers' and workers'
congress, according to dispatches.
The new state extends from the
Hartz mountains to the North sea, in
cluding Hamburg, Schleswig Hol
stein, parts of Saxony and Altmark.
It is based on socialism and com
munism. The northwest German re
public has received no recognition so
far from Berlin. The only authority
is that of force.
FOR PAPER COMPANY
Gradually buildings in the city
formerly occupied by liquor dealers
are being transformed into housing
for other lines of business. One of
these is the large salesroom at 64
West Broadway, formerly the loca
tion of the Caplice Commercial com
pany. Within the next 10 days it will
be occupied by the Butte Paper com
pany. Modern and attractive sales
rooms will be fitted up on the ground
The Butte Paper company has been
cramped for space for some time, ac
cording to a statement of Manager
Henry Coddon yesterday. Their busi
ness has outgrown their present
quarters, he declared.
(By United Press.)
Portland, Ore., Jan. 30.--Eugenia
Visi ran the risk of being asked em
barrassing questions-and possible
arrest-when he rushed into police
headquarters and demanded that
warrants be issued for five men.
But Eugenia was mad and he
didn't care if the police did ask him
where he got it, and WHEN. He
'Da sonsa guns, dey steala my
There were several "drinks," ac
cording to Eugenia. He swore out
complaints against the five men for
the alleged theft of 112 gallons of
4-year-old wine and two quarts of
RED CROSS NURSE
(By United J(Ps.)
Juneau, Alaska, J'ai. 30.-Thi
American Red Cross has awarded -
?"special chevron" to Miss Margarel
Nunvialli for her splendid wplrl.,~i
a nurse at St. Stephen's hospital al
Port Yukon, Alaska, which is said tV
e the most northerly hospital it
The hospital is 10 miles inside the
Arctic circle and is the only place ii
50,000 square miles that afford
medical help. The nearest doctor I
350 miles away.
NOW IN HIDINC
London, Jan. 30.-General Luder
dorff, former' ehief quarterniaste
= general of the German army, has rs
P turned to Berlin and is living inh
small vllage In the grunewjald ul
.. ... & 'LOCK
A `ale of the itmnplete
fr bi4ment of one of the
lea .ii root, , - ing holi, es of- ,
o - -- -- O
th at hias been refiished
Santld renewed w ill be of
fered at ablut
i In Shiner Economy
i Basement Salesroom
(Continued from page one.)
west. He was referred to by one of F
the members at last night's meeting f,
as a "trench dodger."
Mr. Wein, an East Park street c
merchant, camle in for a grilling. It t
was said that Wein has "laid off" \
four of his clerks and a janitor be- s
cause he allows John H. Mcintosh, a i
"union buster," to tell him how to
run his business. It was the opin- d
ion of the members that Wein is I;
making McIntosh's Employers' as- 1
sociation foot the bill for the store's f
An alleged advertising man by the
name of Sheurman was mentioned
and his record, said to be the worst
of all of those who spoke at the re
cent ad club meeting at the Butte
grill, is being compiled and it wa.
suggested that the Business Men's
Fress Press club stand the expense
of publishing and circulating it in
The discussion of the "gang" who
are supporting the "black flag" and
opposing a free press was finally, on
motion, laid over until the next
meeting when action will be taken
on how to properly "show up" these
men to the best advantage.
It was decided to have a commit
tee call on all Bulletin advertisers,
there being more than 100, as was
shown in a directory published in the
independent newspaper, and ask
each one to secure at least one more
.merchant to advertise in the paper,
which is owned and supported by the
following unions, having a combined
membership of more than 27,000
United Mine Workers of America
-- Locals: Sand Coulee, Stocket,
Roundup, Lehigh, Klein.
Federal Labor union, Livingston.
Machinists, union, Great Falls,
Machinists' Helpers' union, Great
Cereal Workers, Great Falls.
Typographical union, Butte.
Blacksmiths' union, Butte.
Electricians' union, Livingston,
Bakers' union, Great Falls.
Shoe Workers, Great Falls.
Plasterers' union, Great Falls.
Railway Car Repairers, Living
Musicians' union, Butte.
Brewery Workers' union, Butte.
Hod Carriers' union, Livingston
Street Car Men's union, Butte.
Barbers' union, Butte.
Metal Mine Workers' union (In
Prihting Pressmen's union, Butte
Mailers' union, Butte.
Stereotypers and Electrotypers'
Bridge and Structural Iron Work
Pipefitters' union, Butte.
Brotherhood Boilermakers and
i Helpers, Butte.
Steam and Operating Engineers,
Butchers, Great Falls.
Bakers' union, Butte.
And thousands of individuals in
t Butte and Montana,
It was the opinion that with the
support of all these unions the
charge made by the "Ad club,"
through the "black flag" that bol
sheviki propaganda money, large
sums of which are said to be avail
able, was possibly 'being furnished
the Bulletin, was abkolutely false.
It was also the opinion of last
night's meeting that the high char
a acter ahd excellent record of the
a Bulletin ' hianisgement; 'editorial
t staff and board of directors was suf
flitent--soof theaoatIythe money of
t Montana union men would be used
0 or needed to maintain Butte's only
n free press.
The speech of Senator Johnson of
e California, made yesterday in the
n United States senate, was read and
Ls approved as were several other
ispeeches recently shade by United
States senators in which it was
shown that the men highest ui in
the United States government's con
fidence and respect were working
along the same lines as the Butte
- Extracts taken from Senator
sr Jonhbson's speech proves the fore.
e- going assertion:
a Johnson yesterday. on. the senate
a- floor denounced A erila's activities
@ iii Russia, As . i; 8 uaeless.'"
"We have engt ia a mierable
misadventure." he added. "ultif ]
ing our professions (of friendshii
for the Russians) and settig at
naught our promises. We suffer the
odium and infamy of untdeclart, ,
Senlator Johnson also criticised ,-
lay is the peace negotiations and de-I'.
clared anew for an American policy
to bring home all American t roopS
from foreign soil at the earliest pos-i
Speaking of the Paris agreemenllt
calling for the meeting of ltust-i:an.
factions, the senator said:
"We are wholly in the dark as to!
what is contemplated when all pr
ties meet on an almost uncharted is
land, but we are becoming accustom
ed to the open diplomacy which inl
daily communiques, with few words,
telling nothing, soothe the perturbed
spirits of the democratic peoples o0
Senator Johnson criticised use of
American troops to aid in setting ul:
and maintaining independent coun
tries in Europe.
Ile said: "I a.l. opposed to thelr
American boys policing Europe and
quelling riots in every nation's tIack
yard. Amterica wants peace, ,l.'
have peace and get out of Europe.'
That the United Stales govern
ment, under the leadership iof a
broadmindedi president, applrov'es thlie
Butte I)aily Bulletin was cited when
,t was shown that the mail privilege,
taken from the Bulletin by some uu
seetn power during the war, was
quickly restored (during the wat )
when Uncle S'm was appealed to by
the independent newspaper.
It was the opinion of the menimbers
at. last night's meeting that the
Bulletin, being a new paper, and
working under the pressure of a
gang of anarchists lpd by the A. 'C.
M., does and will make mistakes.
That the Bulletin is always ready
and willing to rectify its mistakes
and is working along the lines of the
greatest. good to the greatest nnltu
ber was also the opinion of these
Butte business men.
The interesting and forceful
meeting of the Business Men's Free
Press club, composed of some of the
forelnost business riren of Iditte, aid
journed at a late hour, sulbject to ilthe
call of the president. It was felt that
the activities of the "hlack flag" on
West Broadway and its misguided
supporters might warrant a called
mreeting at any day or hour.
An effort will be mnade, starting to
day, to increase the already fairly
large mnembership of the Business
Men's Free Press club and the fight
for real democracy will soon begin
It i.s tle o t lly ulito jewel
ry sltolve \vhIe . oll (i 'niu "et
73 E. PART.ST.
IF YOU CAN'T COME
64 E. BROADWAY
PRICES SAME AS YESTER
LOCKHART & ('ROWLEY'S
39 Easl Broadway.
Wrestlling, boxing, handball,
athletics of all kinds.
Men's dress slhoes, btokon lots,
S values fIron x 1.530 to $0.150
- SALE PRICE "
f Montana Clothing and
S 103 S. .Arizona. A
Nery@, loo.l t I Skih Dbia es.
Dr. W. H. Haviland
Rooms 2, 3 d1 la tltjaieoe
s 71 W. Park St1. Butte, Mont.
LANG SYNE BOYS'
(By, United Press.)
Portland, Ore., Jan. 30. ---The
Lang Syne society will hold its sixth
annual reception and "victory din
nor" in the Portland hotel this eve
All persons who have been resi
dents of Portland since 1890 are eli
gible to. membership in the society.
whose object is the promotion of
good fellowship. It was formed in
1914 with a membership of 100 and
now numbers 400.
Make Every Dollar Count!
I11 you ever give a sr.uo.l tlhoughtl to where your' money goes when yron Mpend it'?
1)o you realize thnit hy buying from lihIlelii liadvertisei'rs yon an inot only gel vtalue
flr )'y.il i tney in N ullll h inilhinCses., l UT o1' 1 Y n also help along thle o ly ha er nil i t
is .w t tl fight. for -41'yo interests? In this way you g.ol
MORE THAN VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY
for it conti.inltes to work to Vyur lIe-ierfit alter yon have sJpellt it.
YOUR SHOPPING GUIDE OF BULLETIN ADVERTISERS
Patterson & Currie,
Mercury and Montana.
230 East Platinum.
South Side Auto Garage,
2124 Cobban Street.
McGrew Service Shop,
Corner Second and Utah.
Lacey Auto Repair and Service
Butte Battery Co,
119 South Montana.
Grand Avenue Repair Shop,
Corner Harrison and
Butte Carraige Works,
30 to 56 E. Silver St.
Lewis & Walker, Assayers,
108 N. Wyoming street.
E. H. Rupert,
228 S. Arizona St.
Butte Carriage Works,
30 to 56 E. Silver St.
Yegen Bros., Bankers,
Park and Dakota strpets.
Schumacher Meat Co.,
18 E. Park St.
E. Park and Grant.
Western Meat Co.,
121 E. Park St.
205 W. Park.
107 N. Montana Street.
309 N. Main.
Butte College of Telegraphy,
Clothes Cleaning aWd
19 1/ S: Dakota Street.
CLJOTHING AND TAI
LORING FOR MEN
Big 4 Tailor,
17 West Park Street.
Allei & Darnell,
207 East Park.'
C1I 11l[OP IRACTIC
Flora W. Emery .
Room 9, Silver Bow Block.
The J. A. Cigar,
Maurice F. Kiley,
1109 W. Woolman.
4569 E. Park 5treet
Jacques irug Co.,
1975 Hrirson sa .
Helena, Jan. 30.-A bill prohibit
ing the carrying of concealed weap
ons was killed yesterday by the ju
diciary committee. This measure was
introduced by Corry of Silver Bow
and such legislation is advocated by
Joseph R. Jackson, prosecuting at
torney in that county, who believes
that its enactment would materially
Chairman Gibson declared that the
statutes contain laws of this nature
and that they should be epforced.
New Moose Hall,
71% East Park Avenue.
C. A. Pankey, Dentist,
11 W. Park street.
Third Floor Rialto Bldg.
Dr. S. Herman, Dentist.
404-5 Phoenix Bldg.
Flats Transfer Co.,
2600 Harrison Ave.
73 W. Park Street.
Sarles & Girroir, Real Estate,
864 Phoenix bldg.
75 E. Park street.
B. Kopald Co., Furniture,
68 West Broadway.
47 West Broadway.
FRUIT AND VEGE
People's Fruit Co.,
39 East Park.
1204 E. Second street.
421 East Park street.
Poynter's Cash Store,
609 South Main.
S. F. T. A. Cash Grocery,
627 East Galena Street.
East Park and Grant.
3161/2 N. Main St.
Hanson's Cash Grocery,
606-7 8. Main St.
T. J. McCarthy,
64 E. Broadway.
McCarthy-Bryant & Co.,
317-319 East Park Street.
Arizona Cash Market,
429 S. Arizona St.
Dollar Shirt Shop,
Rialto Theater Bldg.
HATS FOR MEN
Nickerbon, The Hatter,
112 W. Park street.
221 East Park street.
75 East Park Street.
Montana Jewelry Co.,
73 East Park street.
People's Loan Office,
28% East Park street.
Brodie, the Jeweler,
40 East Park street.
S8. & S. Jewelry Co.,
21 East Park Street.
101 W. Park St.
Powell Jewelry Co.,
112 N. Main St.
21 North Main.
O'Brien, Ladies' Tailor,
422 Phoenix blek.
504 W. Park
NO MONEY FOR
At the regular meeting of the
Trades and Labor assembly, Leo
Daly. delegate to the Mooney labor
congress, presented his report. At
the conclusion of the report 'the
council unanimously went on record
as being opposed to contributing any
more money to the International De
fense league, the council being of the
opinion that the league had become
commercialized and that further con
tribution of money would not secure
justice for Mooney.
231 S. Main Street.
216-218 N. Main St.
Palace Clothing & Shoe Store,
53-55 E. Park St.
Montana Clothing and Jewelry
103 S. Arizona.
331 E. Park St.
O. K. Store,
24 E. Park St.
27 W. Park St.
649 Utah Avenue.
Thomson's Park Studio,
217 East Park Street.
Montana Jewelry Co.,
73 East Park St.
101 W. Park St.
Powell Jewelry Co.,
112 N. Main St.
111 S. Main street.
72 East Park street.
29 W. Broadway.
69 East Park Street.
Sarles & Girroir,
354 Phoenix Bldg.
Wulf Realty Co.,
106 W. Granite St.
Chicago Shoe Store,
7 S. Main street.
Walkover Shoe Co.
46 W. Park Street.
Bernard Jacoby, Tailor,
191 S. Dakota street.
425 N. Main street.
B. Zuhl, Tailor,
504 W. Park street.
Otto, the Tailor,
66 East Broadway.
Dundee Woolen Mills,
62 West Park Street.
Butte Tailoring Co.
116 S. Main St.
431% S. Arizona St.
17 W. Park St.
Grand Union Tea Co.,
28 W. Broadway.
Larry Duggan, Undertaker,
322 North Main astreet.
Daniels & Bilboa, .Undertakers.
laii East Parr street.
Sherman & Reed,."
Broadway & Arizona.
J. L. Mathiesen, Vulcanising.
40 East Galena.
W. J. Trudgeon,
Gates' "Half-Sole" Tires,
45 East Galena.
Lambert's Variety Store,
206 West Park 8tteet