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Solitaire Diamonds. Solid Galo
$23 Ito 100.
('II'STER IIAMIONI) IINGN,
$50 to $230.
)DIAMOND SC .I 11"INS,
$3 to $23.
D)IAMOND) L.'1 ALI ,ll EE',,
$10 to $100.
All Styles, Shapes and (rades.
1'riceo $10 to $100.
Powell Jewelry Co.
112 N. MAIN
FE[ uRHY SHOOT OF
ANACONDA GUN CLUB
Twelve Marksmen Partici
pate, Including Out-of
Anacondui, Feb. 3. Th-1 ] ebrut '
shoot of the A.-acod] lutn club i wa
hilld veste+lday afternoon on thi, N-el
griounds, 12 shoolters taIk ing )art.
'Those present froml out of town were
C. H. Smithii, W. A. Wtillughllby, How
ard We'eatlerwax, 1). WX. M olrgan,
Lieut.. W. II. Ger er, 1)r H. A. Mail
let antd A. .J. Costello of Illitte: O. A.
Schultz of Dillon anud A. 1.. Tippet of
Five events were pull, d off. The
first two events at 21 tairg-ets each
were for Ipractice only. IiEvent Ithree
at 25 singleaswas for the IKeppllar
mlidal, Tippets and 1)rulinigoole tying.
each makling a clean score. InI thlie
shoot-off Tippett Won. IEvent foulr
atlso at 25 sinlgles, was for - 111t 'PTwo I
liidal. X oulealterwax wilinig withouti
Event five was at 15 silnglies and
live pairs and was for the 'olI'n ir
inedal. Aeat-lherwax, iwinninl agai n
this timle with but one ihis;s
Even t--- 4
Targets-- 20 20
Smitlh .. ......17 17 22 21 17
XX'illoughby 17 17 2 19
WVeathIerwax . 1 5 23 2 24
Schultz 1rg7 i 24 23 23
(Gel-or .... . 12 15 15
Tippet- . 17 15 25 22 2
\1aillet ... . . S 11 14 15 161
ostello ....... 15 15 21
I'mckover... 15 lS 24 14 , 5
1)uru igo lei. i . 1 17 25 22 21
Godby ... 12 ..
ON MINING COAL
( By I'nited Press. )
London. , Jan. 16.- (1By Mail.
Mobilized Englanlld mained coial it the
rate of 248,.,99,2411 toills a year. ' c
o(rding to a gIovetrnlllle t report jllst
issued for 117.
This tonllnage. although ia d(l'tecrease
of 7,876.126 tons t'comptlare(d with nOr
Inal 'produc:tion. really represented
SillCreasel in vilue of $t ,10,(10.011).
1)11. W ith de.mohilization total ton
tnge is expectettd to increase and lrire
Fra'l e bought 17 01.3),00) tlons of
1the 1917 output and Italy ',111 il,0I00 .
PRICES OF FUEL
'Washington, Feb. :1. -- The fuel
dmlllilistlrationlt hastl diston)ll i illll d ll
Ipr'ice cont'lllrol and muchl of the super,' '
vision over distriiutlin of coal, toke.
oil iand inatural gas unlldter aii otrder
signed by Admin istrator Gar;lrlitld.
The adminiistration, hoIweiver. uider
the Lever act. bcatiot disaittld unt11 il
peace has 1been declare d.
Register, and get your
friends to register, or you can't
vote at the primaries in the
A LARGE PRACTICE-
AND THE BEST IN MATERIALS
Makes it possible for us to give you
dental service far above any criticism.
W'hen you have our olictes re.cdy to a;ttend
to 1 oir nIeed, at (all timesil ,( v ]o should not
de'lay miakin : ai appointment at once.
2 RILTUO UILDINN*3TfFl.
1)1:. HEI1E, Mgr.
LADY IN ATTIENDNI)AXCE
It rosis you merely your trolhle to cone to
our offices for a
of your teeth. Do this at once. Le't is ad
vis.: you of your dental needs.I.
Playing to Form, Strong Ag
gregation Beats Printers
at the Marquette Bowl
Bowling to fornl, tithe luidro grill
team of the Ilutte (omllellll cial leagle
walked oft with the lhonor, iln the
'iane with the hlutte prlinters yester
day, after loiiing the first game iby 13
Joe Itidro was the high score man
with a Imiark of 198 and totaled for
the tlree giazes 525, just 25 pins
short of ('harlie 31indro's mark of
•550;, which was the high individual
total of the dly.
Bill \Vuerlh. captain of the print
ers, rolled the high total for the
losers, while Jelseln had the high
s"ore of 1, 6. The iprinters will be
strenglthened for the galme next Sut
lday and a great illlmprovementt in the
seer('s are looked for.
tonight Gamerts land the Post
ta'ns will play.
. Mtidro 152 174.1 198--525
\\. ('lurk ....... 139 169 162 - 470
l\ riheyen .......126f 121 171 --418
o'I Seidletz 168 i 61i 61---489
('. 31ldro ..... 170 197 183----5510
Totals ....7... 56 921 875 2452
Ir'iit r e s.
2loriarity .... 152 141 184---477
Jepsen .........126 156 186--468
\'uertlh ........ 167 166 165--498
Stanley 163 140 109--412
O'Brien ..... 161 172 164--497
Totals . 769 775 8108 2:352
0 -- - o
The Bum on the Bum K
The Bum on the Plush
("'onic"' hy .. I': M1 ahie of 11111e,
formerly a Nonpartisan league or
ganizer in South lakota.)
One rides on a rod bIeneath the car.
One in a cushioned chair;
The one is clad in poverty's rags,
The other doth broadcloth wear;
One eats a back-door charity lunch
For lack of the price to pay,
The other is served by waiters skilled
In anll up-to-date cafe.
The One snealks into a colncert dive
Fi'r all h1lour's clheap funll and
T'he othier a boix at the opera has
Withi Wilne and women after;
O)ne sleeps in the lilly aIs best one
.IWho hlus no place to dwell;
'lThe otlher has a suite of rooms
In1 tlhe city's best hotel.
Tlhe burn on the rod is hunted down
As an onemlly of manikind;
l'lie other is driven around to the
And feted and wined and dined;
And those who curse the bun onl the
As the essence of all that's had,
Meet the hlum on the plush with
And extend the hand so glad.
'Thlle ibun on the rod is a social flea
Thatil g'ets an oc'casional bite;
Thlie blrn on the plush is a social
Blood sulcking both day and
'he ihum on the rod is a load so
Thai h1is weight we can scarcely
But it litkes the labor of dozens of
To furnish the other a meal.
So as lollng us yo sanction tile bulln
on thlie lush
The other will always be here,
IBut rid yourself of the buml on the
And the other will disappear.
Then make an intelligent, organized
And throw off the weights that
IDon't wor ry about the bult oil the
Get rid of the bum on the plush.
Ties With Tisdale in Class
A Exhibition at Targets,
but Outranks Competitor.
Some Good Scores.
The weather had nothing to do
with'a large number of rifle (ranks
who assembled at the range of the
Rocky Mountain Mille club yesterday
to comltpete for gold, silver and blrotlze
Following tae the scores ill each
class and the stanlding of the shoot
ers. The high score in the first three
scores shot is lihe one that counts in
the mnedal contest. Otut of a possible
50. ott the A target. 200 yards off
hand, any military riflte, with three
pound pul tl and any sight not coni
H rry Overa d .... ......--............. 46
1R. E. Tisdale . .. ...............46
I). A . . M cC lure ... _ ..... .................. 4 5
W illiam Ralph ....... ...............4
Jack D erville .. ..........................45
Hans Holmes ..........44
Joe ,Lorenz 44
F. A. Anderson Sr. .. - ... 44
F. A. Anderson i t .Ir.. .... ......... 44
Charles Staples . ...... .........44
ohn ()ster llll . .......... 43
Jam es Cole .3... ... .............. -43
A. S: Nichols ........---------------------41
W illiiam Oates ......... ............. 39
Roy Leighton ......... ................ 44
\Villiam McClain .---.........- ...... 44
F . L . Stentz . ...............................44
Hans Jensen ......................------ 43
Charles Bedell .......4..-. _ ..... .....42
Peter Otness ......... . ...----42
William Frye .................---------...----41
(-. Nissler ......... -......... .. ..40
A. L. ('lark ............... I9
W . S. )aily ................. .........
Neil Clnum ins -.......-- ... ...-- .--..36
\W. J. T. Williams 4.......... 4
HIGHWAY HOBBDEY IS
CHARGED AGAINST TWO
Alleged Hopheads Try to
Hold Up Butte Man
\V. B. Sargent aund Jack Gillis,
both of whomll have heen arrested 1t -
fore on it charge of vagralncy, \ee'
arrested last night on a (charge of
holding lup George P'almer, his wife
and sister-in-law last night near the
'almer hionime, 1112 Placer stI. at.
The only reason they did not get
away willh it was the fact that Pal.,
mier wa carrying his infiant in his
arl'ns and when requestled to hold up
his hands he \was unalblo to do so.
The womien Inade so much noise Ihat
the two holdup uien ran waly. not,
however, until Palnmer had ia good
look at thelm.
Capt. Michael O'I)onnell and
J.ieut. M1lichael 1)wyer arrest('it Sai
'gent and Gillis shortly afterward t at
the Miners Savings building. They
will be charged with highway rob
o --- -- ---- - --
in Dullin town they murdered them,
Like ilogs they shot them down.
God's curse is oil you, ]Englaxndl . now.
God strie you. London towni,
Auid cursed bl each trishmn,.
Alive, andi yet to live,
W'ho'll ltdare forget thie dea' lll tlley
Who'll Iver d;iare fuorgive.
In Dublin town they murilrxtd themi,
\Who foughtl for yen anid ime.
Thoise mllen \o dared to hatck their
't'heir dreamnis f' Ilberty.
Whose strong hands, clutchivg Eng
lllnld's Itt ol l
'Till all Ith ir x cls ran chill.
Flung arounid lthe orld 1a conlqutel
That timie can nei., kill.
lI iublin towni tiy murdered tIhen.
T'these miel of Irilsh birth
Kiindly and tender. tbrave an;i (Viraix
As their own Irish earth.
Salt of the salt of Ir'ehland' lie
llot.e of her bone were Ithe,
Like carrioin flun t g iin litlil:ixxl'
11 i meix who dare to die.
\iengeance that knows no rest oi
ntgecaiince no power can stay;
This is their price of sacrifice
\nd this we are here to pay.
'From north to south, froiii east to
flrom North to Southi, Frot ast to
Where ever England's hurled
i()r seed of old we swear today
o crusht her round the worlld
o standi as one, to plan as oue,
.As oe to fight and fall,
'Till theyin who fell in Dublin town
Are coeicluerors over all.
They imurdered them in Dublin town.
'T'lxhese mein who dared be free,
And flung at Freedom's holy feet
Their lives for you and me.
'Then up with this, our battle cry,
'l'hunder it up and down
RIevenge. revenge; revenge for theim
Who died in Dublin town.
Bulletin Want Ads Gc.
Results. Phone 52
The Hou.se of Good
Hardware, Paints, Glass,
Plumbing Goods, Dairy
Phone 956. 221 E. Park
- i.fi l I _I ..
Raid Brings Half a Wagon
load of Liquor. Rooms of
Proprietor Also Filled
Detectives 1ac k Wesson, Jame:s
Cusick and Walt r Morrison raided
the poolroom at 11 '/ i North Wyomn
ing street shortly after 12 o'clock
last night and while they were forcel
to tear up the floor under the bil
liard and pool ;tabls. they were re
warded, they alll,,ur, by the discocery
of a large itianlity of whisky.
While they, were moving the liquor
into the patrol wagon, one of the
proprietorsaswas seen to give a bunch
of keys, to a friend, the officers state,
and when the officers took the keys
they found them to be for the rooms
of the proprietor, and tupon investi
gation another quant ity of liquor was
confiscated from 5f; East Galona
Many gallon jougs and quart bot
tles of whisky wiere found in each
place, accordling to police version,
and the proprietors. Artulro Oria andl
Manuel Saarera, were booked on a
charge of boot lhiging, and Joe Ma
dlana. Ed Oregas and A. Lasong were
booked as vagrants.
DIE OF INFLUENZA
Ielena,. Feb. .--According to a
bulletin of the state board of health,
there were 37,567 cases of influenza
in Montana during thlie last three
months of 1918 and 2,486; deaths
from the disease during October and
Caller (to suffragist's parrot)-
Polly want a cracker? Parrot
Na-a-aw! Polly wants a vote!-Ex
TUESDAY at the
63 E. Park St.
The I..lletin job printing
departnl nt is now equipped to
turn out 'our job printing.
Prices right, quality right,
service right. If you expect
our thousands of readers to
know who you are, where
you are. when you have your
picnic (,:c.. See that your job
printini: comes to our plant
and w(e will see that the public
is inftrlled about you and
101 SOUTII IDIAHO ST.
Popular East Park Street
Clothing Man on Buying
Expedition and Pleasure
Trip in Eastern Cities.
F. D. Darnell of the lirm of Allen
& Darnell left Sunday for Indiana,
his old home, where he will join Mrs.
Darnell and son Albert. After
spending a few (lays visiting old
friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs.
Darnell will go to New York, where
Mr. Darnell expects to make woolen
purchases for the spring trade. Mr.
Darnell states the woolen market is
in -a peculiar condition. While there
is a great deal of shoddy on the mar
ket, there is very little of the better
woven cloth from the American,
Venezuelan and New Zealand clips
being offered, and in order to get any
of this better grade merchandise a
buyer must go after it personally.
The firm of Allen & Darnell has
always prided itself in handling only
After making all necessary pur
chases for a big spring business Mr.
and Mrs. Darnell will visit all the
principal cities of the east, returning
to Indianapolis about April 1, where
Mr. Darnell will take a long-needed
rest. returning to Butte about the
middle of the summer. Mr. Darnell
has requested that the Daily Bulletin
be mailed to him while away.
EVOLVE NEW BEVERAGES
Submit Them to County At
torney to Have Test and
Butte brewing concerns will not
cease their efforts to brew a beverage
which will fall outside the purview
of the state prohibition law and be
Both the Centential Brewing com
pany and the Butte Brewing col
pany yesterday sent to the office of
the county attorney sanlples of a new
drink they have evolved which they
represent as not containing an alco
hol. They request that County At
torney Jackson have the beverage
tested at Bozeman and an opinion on
its legality submitted to them.
Mr. Jackson stated yesterday that
if the beverage is a fermented or
malt brew its sale will be illegal uio
der the provisions. of the law.
"Register, and get your
friends to register, or you can't
vote at the primaries in the
Our home-grown militarists are
now trying to squirm out of a mis
take which they wish had never hap
pened. A few months ago they came
forward with a beautiful scheme to
combine university or college educa
tion with military training of the ap
proved kind. Even if they could not
force compulsory military training
on the whole nation, they would put
it over on the educational institutions
more or less controlled by special
privilege representatives. If the boy
wanted an education he would have
to learn to wage war to get it.
The plan went over, of course, and
for a long time we were treated with
fulsome accounts of how the new sys
tem would improve college life. There
would be regular training, which
would guarantee physical fitness, and
this would react on the mind. Amner
ica would be well provided with offi
cers for the future wars our special
interests are preparing and scholastic
standards would be raised. Few edu
cators dared to say much against it;
those of the lickspittle kind tumbled
over themselves in their haste to in
dorse it and dilate upon it.
Then came the eye-opening experi
ence. The military training officers
put military drill first and rarely
considered the study periods as any
thing but time off from the "real
object of the student's existence."
Thus the class work was irregular
and fell to pieces. The students who
did a day's work on the drill field
were in no condition to study. Worse
yet, the military spirit was carried
so far that the students were put in
crowded barracks where studious ap
plication to preparing for class work
was impossible. In short, the edu
cators found, as they sh6uld have
known from the beginning would be
Ithe case, that they and their work
were only unimportant adornments
of military camps.
As if to add to their embarrasment,
the male enrollment at the colleges
and universities where the system
has been put in is far below what it
should be. The old-fashioned mili
tary training forced on the students
of the agricultural colleges was al
ways unpopular; the new methods
inspired by the Security league and
Wall street are doubly so.
The smilitarists had a clear field
here and made asses of themselves
by overdoing it. Perhaps we could
save their faces by making their
kind of college education compul
sory. Surely there must be some way
to compel the ambitious young men
to waste their time and energy.
Only Six Thousand Cowards.
It now develops that only 6,000 I
"conscientious objectors" were dis
covered during the entire war; and
there is reason to believe that more I
than half of these were more ob
Jectionable than conscientious.--New
IN AUTO CRASH
Collision at Silver Bow
Cause of Injuries to Mrs.
Bart L. Monahan and Mrs.
While coming toward Butte last
night at 10 o'clock Bart L. Monahan,
his wife and mother-in-law, Mrs. M.
Carver, were crashed into by another
auto at Silver Bow and both women
were painfully injured. The women
were thrown out of the car and Mr.
Monahan was thrown through the
N. T. Keating of Deer Lodge was
the driver of the car that collided
with Monahan. A passing automobile
picked up the injured women, and,
Monahan brought Keating to the city
jail, where he is booked on a charge
of reckless driving. Mrs. Monahan
suffered a broken nose and is injured
internally, while her mother is se
verely cut and bruised. Both were
taken to the Monahan home, where
they were treated by Dr. It. C. Mon
Mr. Monahan tried to get out of
Keating's way, he avers, and was off
the road quite a little when his ma
chine was struck. Three other occu
pants of Keating's car disappeared
during the excitement.
In my dreams I walked along the
We travel after death,
And found the going was as good
3 As though I had my breath.
Of two roads, I had thought, one up,
But instead a single track
By saint and sinner used alike
With no chance of going back.
And after a ways the roads divides
And, looking to the right,
From the top of a golden portal
eA pure white heartless light.
V The one thing seemed familiar,
e For as always had been said
The left hand road was ended
In a virile flame of red
And I paused awhile to watch the
That hurried to the right-
There were those who went with
As if their hearts were light,
I While others went with dragging
t As if they brought a load,
r And a few there were
Condemned themselves to take the
left hand road.
In the passing crowd some former
I saw beyond a doubt
Who clutched in their hands an elus
That I could not well make out.
Then myself. who through my life
Was rather bad than good,
With many misgivings took the right
And before St. Peter stood.
In an open book he gave a look
And said, while his gaze was hard,
"A miner in Butte for twenty years.
Where is your rustling card ?"
I turned and fled to the flames of
Met the devil and his suite
And after a look his question was
"At what mines did you work in
And I named them in line as the3
came to mind
From the Penn to the Elm Orlu.
Then the devil sadly shook his head,
"There is no place here for you."
"But, wait, there is a chance," he
"That you will not find too hard.
You may stay if you like and punish
Who invented the rustling card."
Then a draught of hell was a pleas
Instead of a bitter cup,
A job to my liking I had at last
But my great joy woke me up.
SAM H. WRIGHT.
It's an ill wind that blows no good,
and many a business that has of re
cent years outgrown the size of the
building it occupied, are taking ad
vantage of premises vacated by sa
loons to make a much needed and
The latest of such moves is made
by Mr. L. Stolpensky of the Union
Furniture Exchange, who moved to
day to more spacious quarters five
doors west of the old location at 266
E. Park street. The new store at
248 E. Park street is modern and far
better adapted to the requirements
of the trade, and there is also aJarge
basement for storage in connection.
The Union Furniture Exchange
has a big stock and their many
friends, made during six years of
business activity, will wish them in
creased prosperity in their new loca
IN THE SWEET
BYE AND BYE!
(By United Press.)
Sydney, Jan. 5.-(By Mail.)
About 3,000 tons of honey are stored
in Australia, mostly on speculators'
account, waiting shipment. The au
thorities, however, will not make
shipping space available for honey.
Register, and get your
friends to register, or you can't
vote at the primaries in the
Bulletin Boosters should patronize
NOTICE TO BULLETIN
The regular annual meeting ol
stockholders of the Bulletin Publish.
ing company will be held Tuesday
Feb. 4, 1919, at 101 South Idaho al
9 p. m., at which time a board o1
directors will be elected.-Adv.
Chicago Shoe Store
7 South Main Street
Is Still On
$7 shoe ....................$5.95
Chilppewa digginig shoe,
$7 value .................$4.00
$5 shoo .............. ....$3.95
11o.W\ird & Foster 111lia111
nmalo $110 shoe .......$7.95
$8 shoe I'or...--------.......$6.95
$7 shoe I' or-. ...........$5.95
.$6 shoe I'or. ..... .......$4.65
Branch, 43 E. Park St.
This is the best place in town
for you to trade. The LARG
EST STOCK and the LOWEST
A Square Deal
I Appreciate Your Trado
Palace Clothing and
53-55 EAST PARK ST.
Ex cil \work (I' the highlCest
g'iade of ellicieiicy.
Main Springs $1.00
73 E. PARK ST.
McCarthy-Bryant & Co.
317-319 E. PAIRK. 'PHONE 1011.
Where You Get the Most for
12 cans corn, peas and tomatoes
for ........... ..... ............... - $1.75
No. 5 boxes soda crackers ...... 90c
3-lb. can White House coffoo
for .......... ..........$1.20
No. 10s Swift Lard .............. $2.90
Swift's Premium hams, lb...... ;1e
22 bars laundry soap............$1.00
5-lb. can raspberry jam........ $1.25
98 lbs. Rex flour. .........$5.60
Lyon's Best and Climax flour at
We have extra fancy Netted Gem
potatoes at the lowest price.
Try a pound of our 75c tea.
JOHN J. M'CARTHY, Prop.
245 E. PARK.
In Five P'arts, Featuring
Also a One-Part Comedy.
in FiVe Parts, Featuring
We Always Have a Comedy for