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Sduced price sale. One-f'ourth to uIoe-third oll' regulaf l
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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. 52, before 8 o'clock p. i., when the office closes.
1plion charges brought by a 14
year-old girl, Matt H-lolran was ar
rIsled on Talbot avenue by city po
lice yesterday and after investigation
by the county attorney he was held
in the county jail upon a statutory
Drive out constipation, promote
appetite, improve digestion, induce
refreshilng sleep, get renewed
strength and health. Hollister's
Itocky Mountain Tea, nature's gift
of wondrlous herbs. Results guaran
teed or money back. 35c. Family
Two more candidates have signed
wit i the city clerk for city offices,
one of them a woman, Lydia l)ubie
Iturby. who wants to be "alder
tianetss" front the Fifth ward. She
tan on the legislative ticket last fall
and received arounlld 1,800 votes
without making a campaign. She
lives at 418 Shields avenue. James
U. Ruddy, a miner, aspires to the job
of police magistrate.
Emil Basick was arrested by city
police yesterday afternoon upon the
charge of permitting women to loiter
around his coffee house. According
to the chief of poice, the law against
permitting women to frequent sa
loons also appllies to coffee houses
ind it. will be strictly enforced in
'1The midlweek cottage meeting of
the Central Presbyterian church will
be held at the home of E. Stillwell,
927 South Arizona street, this eve
ning at 7:30. The Sunday school
monithly meeting will be held after
the cottage meeting.
't'he Emerson circle of the Parent
Teachers' association will hold an
ilnmportant meeting at 3 o'clock Fri
day afternoon at the Emerson school
building. The members are urgently
reqniested to attend.
John Sweeney and Bob Lavelle
re(trned to Butte from Quantico,
Va., yesterday aftier serving in the
lmarinies for several months. When
the armistice was signed they had
drawnl their overseas equipmentut anti
Workers' Press Club
Thursday, February 6
JAMES H. FISHER
Members are requested to
attend and bring their friends
and fellow. workmen
I! ·. · · . I' i
were all ready to embark for France.
Both have been discharged. They
are popular Bulte a'ouths who have
been prominent inll ahletics and
helped the Montana Power company
baseball team win the champlionshil,
of the city in the City league.
Suit was started in the district
court yesterdla by the Montana
Hardware col:npany agailint Art T.
Anderson and Blessie Anderson to re
cover $164 alleged owing on the
purchase price of goodis and iner
chandise said to have been sold by
the plaintiff to the defendants and to
have been used in the erection of a
bungalow at 1 128 \Vest Diamiond
Frank Lawler, 2109 Curtis street.
who has been a miller here for 2,
years and \was last employedl at the
Belmont mine, wishes to state that
he is not the inan of the samle nalme
mentioned as being fined for being
drunk by Police Judge Whitty Mon
day. Mr. Iawler is a taxpayer and
is well known here and does not in
dulge in strong libations.
Six men were charged with drunk
enness before Judge P. J.1. Whitty
yesterday. Four of thremn forfeited
their bonds when their cases were
called and two paid fines of $5 each.
Those who forfeited bonds are Peter
Curley, Warner Carlson, Fred John
son and Ed Gusterson. Fines were
paid by Jack Berg and Jack Matson.
C. D. Samwell. formerly of this
city and Dillon, returned from Mare
Island yesterday, where lie has been
with tile imarines. Hle was mustered
out Jan. 30. Samiwell was employed
at the Hanson Packing comlnpany foi
Suppori of the Good G(overnment
blub to- severalme niusures now pend
ing before the state legislature was
voted at a meeting held Monday cie
ning. The members pledged them
selves to urge passage of the bill pIto
viding the establishment of a sepa
rate school for delinquent girls; io
oppo0o1 e tl0e measure which wouild do
away with widows' pensions or re
duce the amount now being paid; to
favor the bill proviuing eqlual coln
pensation to lien and Vwomen for lo ke
employments; and to favor lhe bill
providing a six-day week for w(lomhn.
1IMrs. IL N. Kennedy was cletled Iprs
ident to act lduring the iuntexpiredt
term of Mrs. Sweet, while Mlrs. 1.. (,.
Clinch was named to succeed .Mrs.
Kennedy as a director.
If you want the family to be
healthy and active, give theni Hol
lister's Rocky ,Mountain Tea this
month. It regulates the bowels. helps
the appetite, puts life land eIergv
into the whole family. 35c tea or
tablets. Family Drug Store.--Advt.
There will be a meeting of repre
sentatives of local patriotic societli.e
in the G. A. R. rooms in the cotrul
hituse Friday e\'vening to complete i:I
rangements for the observance oi
Lincoln's birthday with appropriate
exercises at the high school auditont
Suit for $12.11 t was fil(d against
the Northern Pacilic railroad }ester
day in the federal court by Calohb
i-Hassen, who alleges that while un
loading ice fromn cars last Novemblterr
several cakes fell upon hiin, injuring
him to the extent of the amltunit
"Police will kill that dlog wilhin 2-I
hours," Judge P. J. Whitty ordlered
froml the bench il police courtl yes
terday alfter listening to evidence
presented by Daniel I). O'Brien to the
effect that a Spitz dog belonging to a
resident near Big Butte had bitlen
his son. O'trien had been unlable tr
determine the owner of the dog alnd
a John Doe warantll was served nit a
man who told tlihe court the dlog was
the plroperty of his son-in-law. ('ity
police endeavored to carry oullt the
order yesterday afternoonl, bliut the
dog coud not b.e fouind.
Get my recipe to inake washing
No need to soak the clothes a minl
Takes out the dirt in a way that
will make( you sit upll and take nlo
Fine for woolens and flannels.
Fine for everything washable.
Takes out all kinds of stains, even
ink stains without injury to your
Saves you money, because it saves
This recipe. which sells for $1, it,
ilty own discovery and was truly a
God seni to mie, b causoe I am a
laundllress. If you try it once youe
would not know\ how to get along
without it. HI. MI., Guernsey, \Wyo.
Tulsa, Okla.-At the end of the
recent Red Cross campaign, the
namies of persons who had dared to
refuse to contribute, under the im
pression that they were free to do
as they saw fit, were published and
filed in the archives of the State
Historical society. Had Woodrow
been there, he would doubtless have
announced that this was "in no sense
a subscription of the unwilling."
Register, and get your
friends to register, or you can't
vote at the primaries in the
Bulletin Boosters should patronize
(Continued from pag,, one.)
rule now of the alleghe;d supertaIitn at
the head of a group r ct'.I:s or ag
aregations seeking I 'I r ow(n iai-\ant
age. Neither is it a 2o0,'irnmnent of
law. It is a rule o"f romte m1,"l, se.
fish, greedy, .ambitionll, inlippracticali
and dreaming. Othl.r.' buitl ; class
of despotism foudlld oi spol latmion.
\nother group shout i., nli tion an(I|0
pillage unrebuked in utlic iplacs.''
D)eclaring that the nt;l (ii "hot eis
on the borderlanld heiti een l peace
tand war," and Ptointi oitl thatl
Amnericans are fighiting ian(l 'endltr
ing hardships inll nrIn dll'es, Sena
'or Sthe'lrman ciontinued:
Weeks in e(''remti,.
"While they risk thiir ii\ts antld
tendure hardsthips in alien landtls. our
plresident spe ds niie c,.,'s ill cor -
llOVny, banquets land \ istillg \witll
kings, the p)owe'rtful of l the eartiih in
tentless stately p1alaver. It s the old
story of magnlilicence adl tmis.ty', (1i
splenclor and suffering, if .~,llishInei.s
andt sacrifice. W\hie he 1 coins flit
Iphrases and chases inlileit' ;Is'tra'e
tin0115 in the enlpyroan floigfits of ilt
possible human y 'ealini gs. thie A ti'
ican nations drlifts. \ (e dtlri't in ltst
sia. \We drift in Mexii). WV' drift
oni the brink of war anid pitact'. X\-·
drift on industrial ireconsl Ir ction.
\We drift on domelllstic policies and In
to'rnatl peace. The only delinitel gi;,!
is profligate exp'tnditures and huyt
"Nothing but the grlossets of e'goi
lisin took .himn to the pet' act coter'
once, where no excutti\e of anyi otlli
er civilized pow'er sits. 11,t caunnll tl
resist the lure of tile limiltighl . T'I:-.
g'roups to which he panders, appltl,ldi
Slhe average mat lookls oin ill silent
but with undisguised disgust."
l'resident XWilson's call upon Mr.
lIortl to run for senator in Michigaln,
the senlator said, was another intdi
cation "of the u.llt' of tlh si)uper'litin),"
andt in this conne('ction hie declaro'd
Presitdeniit W\ilson ran fOli ri-electiionI
is a Ipa ifist.
"Every mlurdler called ,out a p'resi
dent's note to Germany and a lulla
by to us to be tranquil," he added.
"The' sumrmit of illisundeirstandinilt -
was, that there iimust rie ipealce witLh
Ine the district court of thlle Second
Judicial district of the state of
Montana in and for the county of
In the matter or the application of
the Schunmacher company, a cor
poration, for a judgment of disso
To all whom it may concern:
You and each of you will please
take notice that on Jan. 2,', 1919, a
voluntary petition praying that tihe
Scllitmalte coitillitthl , a Montana
crori:aetion, be~t t-liastolved by lit'he
jUli.'liflt of the alovYe ntillcd court,
t'tas filed iii 'the tibo1\e entitled court
and hintttr and tha4'any person maty
file his objections, to, the apllication
in said coiurt and lmatter alt an time
within i0 ldays' itfter the first tiubli
cation of', this notice'.
I)ated Jan. 23, 1919.
(Seail. OTIS LEE,
BIy Leonard E. Thplmas, )Depulty.
Clerk of thie above entitled court.
G OUT ON
Three Months' Effort to Get
Contract Met by Strike
of the Paper Vendors in
"City of Destiny."
SEATTLE PAPERS ARE
SUPPLYING THE DEMAND
And Butte Bulletin Also on
Streets. Boys Want 50-50
Split and Unsold Return
.eatile, i.eb. 4 T-acom in news
hi lpers are' unfairii to itIii'ers (of the'
T' l'mnla Newshoe. union, who to
day arl' selling eattle Ipapters in
steld of those published in their
icity. This is the n'ews brought ito Se
atlle th1is o11orni.g bJy a ('en lit(ttee
frl'm |1 llon 'wshoys. Who say 1h('
'ause.i tt I I'I trouble is that Ta itiia
Iipublisher.s ;nave refusetid 1to sign i
contract l' rov! ] iding the sa.i ' c'tondi
ltions as are given by Soatthle ph
After i tlll' lll ollths' effor' t to
obtain I colnference with the 'Ta-I
mtana publishers, representatives of
the newsoys miit' tilhe lt her 'vening
\wihll ; ()mlllllljmitte I')l'representing the
Nio Is-Trih1une, Tiimes andI Lt'edgeir
and asked for i 50-50( rate with
tie privilege of returning unsold
pa i)pers. Thei request was imrned
down by tl I publishers, following
whichl tihe n'ewsboys announced they'
woulld refuise to handle the local pa
pel''s tand wouldl supply their icus
0lnlers withl Seattle (laili.s. The
newstboys' union is a 100 iper cent
organizationll with ablout 175 monl
Ihrs in good sttaniding.
T'rlo,_ble Lmam Standing.
"This trouble dates back to Inst
fall," said Al Lupo, Ipresident of the
union. who was accompanied to Se
attle lby 1 conlm littee consisting of
Nick Iamnhardy, vice president; E.
C. Jones, recording secretary; Joe
Steve, financial secretary. illld lar
zano, sergeant at armts, and 'IThonlas
"The publishers objected to ac
ciptting thii rietulrns, savying (tih re
stlritions pla'ced on the print paper
sutlply by the government m€ade
their acceptance impossible. After
lle governmelnt reimovel d the restric
tion tlh publllislhers still refused to
Itlake Iback hlie Ilnsold paperl's, while
II the' sam e time makiniting i.s 'c.t' a.
larger number than we had ordered.
.hiien tI he boys kicked iabout 'eating'
so many Ipapersl. the publishers fired
thllin, ntlnd st ell of if oulr melllmbers
have been fired as many as IlIree
limes in the lnst three mionlihs. So
all papers do not require iis to
'et' i.inslold I:paplrs, so we are goilng
ito handle the papter's."
The newshioys nhave been Ibuying
Tioiol papers at, tlhe following
'ates per hulndrted: News-'Tribune,
$2: Ledger. $1.75; Times. $1.10,
and Suntday Ledger', $1 .50. 'The sell
ing prices have been :t cents fior' the
News-Tribune and I,tLedger. 2 cents
for Ilse Tilmes andt 7 cents for Ithe
"Tl'holltusans of the Taciaillln work
cs 'are urging is to hndlti nothing
hill tile Uniiion Recol'd," said Tlhotimas
lllGannon, the Union Record' repre
sentative in the City of Destiny.
T'lese IDecent, (:God-FeInarinhlg ('hris
Injunetion Bill Taft, a leading pa
triot and "professing ('hri',ian,"
statelld reently that. "lihe only thing
to do witl the Itbolslh vilti is to kill
then1," in order to help out "the
decent (God-fearing' people of Itus
'21: N\t'lh \\\'ý,nliig
1)I:EATIIS AND I"INEI:ALS.
Keenan-Edward J. Keenan, age
1I1 i'arI, die.d this morning at the
family residence, 15 East Gagnon
street. The funeral will take place
Sai.nl'day morning .i 9 o'clock, pro
ceeding to St. Mary's church, where
high mass will bIhe celebrated at 9:10.
lurial will be in the ('atholic ceme
SI:'ttler--May ('atlherine. age 1
month and 5 days, Ieloved daughter
of MIr. and Mrs. Michael Slattery,
died this morning at the family resi
dence, II 1I4 Callalin street. The fi.
neral will takle place tomorrow afl;
er'noon at °2 o'elock. Burial in IHoly
Sulllivan-D.ennis L., age 5 years
and 1l Ilionths. hltnired son of DMr.
and Mrs. Iennis Sullivan, (lied this
mtornling at the familt residence. ::2
EI. iumn i l t e . titreet. The funeral will
t:take pilac' Fridaity morning at 10o::n.
at St. Mary's church. Ilurial in ('at h
Reliable Undertaker and Embalmer
822 North Main Street
DANIELS 8 BILBOA
.I'ndertakers an aEnholmtp m ew
12.5 Iast Park St., Batts. PhoMd 888
Residence Phone 481?-W.
Auto and Carriage Equnlpment
To Labor Organizations and
Workers Outside of Butte
Our Thursday Issue, Containing a page of labor
news and two editorial pages, will be sent to subscrib
ers outside of Butte for $2.50 per year, or in bundle
orders at 21/, cents per copy.
(Continued from pap- one.)
roads to their - lwn'rs as '. on as pois
sible.'" The memoriail was re-re
ferredl o 1to the omlll lill(te' O1 Irailroalls,
of motion of Donlan, to in, orporatte
in it 14a request that the It ,l'Ieraph a111
telephon-ll e systems likewise' he turnsid
Senator ('lark of Toton. while sta!
ing h1e tbelieved got ernlenl l lownel'r
shil was not wise, objecte( d to he111
Wrdilng of the re'solution upon the'
grounds it wasi a ir' ll(ection ilu)oi (o111
gress and imp!lied it was a botdy laci
Ing in sense. McKay oppl oed the
memlnoritl andItl offered : lendlnlllll s lu
mallLke it ill n favor' of g\'overnl lt o1141 i
ership, buit tihe| \Vtre not secondell d.
Mledals are to he awl\arded to 1mem
Ihers of draft hIiniIads for what See
retary IBaker calls. "their inspiring
fidelity" in giv\'ig n1p their nilihts to
decidinig which 4men should give up
theIir lives, while Ihey sat iolnfor't
aliy ait 1home.
IF YOU WANT WHAT YOU WANT WHEN YOU WANT IT
BULLETIN WANT ADS
1 CENTWORD NO AD15 CENTS
IN ADVANCE LESS THAN
MALE HELP WANTED
ARE Yell SI('K OR CRIPPLEI)?
A few treatments of CIIIlOPRAC
TIC will relieve you. At any rate
give it a trial. Quit drugs. Avoid
the operation. See Flora W. Emery.
Ilooni 9 Silver liow blocik.
WANTED- -Ambitious men to pre
pare for promotion. \Vrite or call
on International I Correspondence
Schools, basement No. 1 W. Broad
RIETIIINED SO)LDIE ItS wishing to
adtertise for work can use the
want ad columlns of the Daily Butl
letin free of charge. Do not he
backward in ta king ad vantage of this
offer, we are glad to be of service toi
I ,'rl'l N'1NE1) soldier's wife.wants day
work. Answer Box 10l1 Bulletin.
lFOR RENT'--4 acres, 5-room house
and chictken Ihouses; 5 minuites'
wallk ftroim car line. Inquire 915 Del
! S I' K I,: I I I tal furnishi t d
rooms. 4l0; W. Broadway.
FIU'INISIlIEl), steiam hatedl roomns
from $3:.51) up. 20!) ('oloradot st.,
WVIIY hunt. roomllis, wvhetn yoil cnn get
them in aii lpart of the city at any
price. Mulhler hotel, oppllosite Mil
waulko depot, l phone 777. Stevens
Itlock, 1.14 W. I'arl:, tphone 755. D)or
olthy block, 101 E. Granite., Ip. 457.
One llanltagotlelt . 1irs. E. PalXSOil.
SI'NNY hotusekeeeltin. suites, $14.
Single roolms $9 and up. G(I
FIOR RENT-- 3 rooms furnished for
lhoulsoeeping; modtltern; close to
enr line. $20. 2314 Silver Bow st.
:;- lOO l l1 urnished house, 1 817 liar
Sild sttreet. $ 1 7 mionth. Inquiire
AUTOS FOR HIRE.
dan. A. G. Nyman. Phone 5642-J.
WANTEII)-Cars to repair by expert
at 417' S. Idaho.
Hemstitching and Braiding
IAID.1)ING, hemstitching and picot
ing. 101 Pennsylvania block. M.
GARAGES FOR RENT
LARGE BU' ILDING, good location
for garage; close in. 1424-26-28
Harrison ave. Apply James M. Ab
rams, on property. \Vill lease.
HIAVE your children's hair cut at
E. J. Swaidner's barber shop,
133% WV. Broadway.
Pianos Tuned and Repaired
GUYON. 600 S. Clerk Ave. 6585-J.
IF YOU O!T SE WHAIT IlYOU WANTIAO ISEE FUy i.I
1TO ISCUSS METHODS
OF CARRYING ON STRIKE
(Special United Press Wire.)
T:l(oma, Feb. 4.---The shipyatrd
strike oonimittee has issued an invi
tation to high officials of the State
Federation of Labor to meet with
the executive committee in executive
session. Members of the strikers'
conmmittee snaid it was for the pur
pose of "discussing the nmethod of
carrying on the strike."
Washington, Feb.. 5---I'ton peti
Iion of 22 democratic sentaors fa
voring the womanllli sulffrage resolu
tion pendiig in the senate, Senator
\Martin of Virginia, the democratic
leadter. lils called a. conferen.ce of
denocratic tmembelrs for tonight to
consider the question.
FIVE THOUSAND WORKERS
wanted to buy $5 worth of stock
in The Bulletin Publishing Co.
1ORi SALE -- 11-room house cheap,
11(and 3-room holuse close to lminet.
Inquire 210 Tobogganl. 1i. J. Shea.
IFOiR SAALE--rooml house and on
or two acres, near Lake Avoca;
city water. 'Terms. Address A. F. F.,
REYNOILDS & SYI'IIERI
Real estate, fire insurance, at lowest
raultes. Money to loan on real
estatr. Phone 1665, 84-85 uwsley
I()I. SALE--Nine roomss of good
furniture for sale cheap; terms
given. 4932-W. 225 S. Dakota.
IHEAVY lumbier and timbers. 61:)
('LTY' EGGS, 90c tlozen. 215 W. Metr
cury or the Ilig Green Coop, Co
I'N1EI)~EEMEDI) watches at a sac
rilice at [Uncle Salll's Loan office.
1t1 . W\yoming st.
lFORl SALE - - F'ie-passetnger Ford,
$225. Apply Box 108, Bulleti1n.
ROOMING house, 20-room lodging
house fully occupied. nets $150
monthly. Also cigar store ibeaneth,
withl stock, cheap price. Apply oni
premises, 123 S. 1Wyom inlg st., 1utte.
MONEY TO L1OAN
XMONEY advanced on Liberty bonds,
diamonds, watches, jewelry and
other articles of value; square deal.
People's Loan office, 28,. E. Park.
MONEY LOANED at 3 per cent. Dia
monds, jewelry, Liberty bonds.
Mese Linz, upstairs jeweler.
LOST- At the Schumann-Heinck
concert, a pair of horn-rimmed
eye-glasses. Finder please return to
Bulletin office and receive reward.
LOST-Check for $3. Return to
Mrs. C. P. H.. care Bulletin.
DISCHARGE PAPERS of C. J. Ba
zalgette. Finder please return to
the Bulletin, 101 S. Idaho.
Friends we feed,
Friends we meet,
Come to the "Pony"
Chile to eat.
THE CLASSIC CHILI PARLOR, 210
N. Main st. Chili, light lunches,
etc. Open day and night.
LEWIS & WALKER, assayers and
chemists, 108 N. Wyoming. Phone
CLEANERS AND DYERS
AMERICAN Dyeing & Cleaning Wks.
1341 Harrison ave. Phone 131.