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ONE GOO0 USE FOR
(By United Press.)
San Francisco, Feb. 8.-"Flu"
masks serge a purpose other than
that of preveiiting the inflienza.:
Two armed bandits used them
for disguises last night in holding
up Early Rl.. at Hyde and Post
Because lhea, had only 3 cents in
his clothes .the holdup artists in
flicted a seiere beating on Riley.
Riley is'in the hospital, the foot
pads in jail.
OHEGON SUIFFBACiSTS TO
STANT ON BIG CAMPAIGN
(By United Press.)
Washington, Feb. 8.-Twenty-six
suffragists, who have served prison
terms here for demonstrations, will
start out tomorrow on a nation-wide
three weeks' tour, opening at
Charleston, S. C., and ending in New
They propose to campaign for the
Live Oak Memorial.
(By United Press.)
Washington, Feb. 8. - An oak
grove in honor of soldiers killed in
the war is to be planted by the Audu
bon Park commission in New Or
leans, says a message to the Ameri
can Forestry association today from
Supt. H. J. Neale.
Bulletin Phone No. Is 52
This is the best place in town
for you to trade. The LARG
EST STOCK and the LOWEST
A Square Deal
I Appreciate Your Trade
Palace Clothing and
53-55 EAST PARK ST.
For meats with that de
licious flavor, the kind that
make you sorry when your
meal is finished, phone 1505.
EAST PARK AND GRANT.
United States Inspected Meats.
Lockhart & Qrowley's
39 E. BROADWAY
Jacques Drug Co.
Phone 999. 1957 Harrison Ave.
Night Bail 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 1870
That's the Remark Passed Aoout
425 North Main.
BARBER SHOP AND POOL
210 N. Main Street.
Charles Powers, Prop.
-Independentd auedry ItCo
482 South Main. 2 ~30( ti5Q4
S"We Soak the OIotJs,3
N Wot the Ou tomb .
CHANGES ITS NAME
I. W. W. Paper Is Out With
All the News of What's
Happening in Labor's Big
New York, Feb. 8.-The first is
sue of "The Rebel Worker," former
ly "The Labor Defender," organ of
the New York branch of the I. W.
W.; appeared yesterday. In explain
ing the change of name, the editors
made the following statement:
"The time for defense has passed.
The second mass trial of the I. W.
W. in the courts of the masters has
come and gone, with this net result,
that it has demonstrated that the
workers can count on the same
brand of so-called justice, whether
they go through the farce of legal
defense or not.
'"Defend us by organizing,' was
the message which the Sacramento
silent defendants repeatedly sent
out to their fellow workers on the
outside. That must be the watch
word of the I. W. W. throughout
the country-organization, more or
ganization, and still more organiza
"The best defense is offense. We
can best protect our own interests
and defend our fellow workers by
adopting a vigorous offensive among
the workers and organize them in
to one big union to overthrow the
tyranny of the master class.
"The time has come to drop the
defensive and go back to the good
old I. W. W. doctrine of offensive
tactics-offensive to the masters and
to all their tools, including the lick
spittle editors, smug-voiced preach
ers and vote-hunting politicians. We
have learned that the best defense
is aggressive organization and edu
To the parents and relatives of
Brother James Ferriter:
Whereas, The grim reaper Death
has removed from our midst our
friend and brother, James Ferriter,
he having been killed in the St. Law
rence mine, Jan. 13, 1919;
We, the members of the Pearse
Connolly Irish Independence club of
Butte, Mont., in meeting assembled
on this ninth day of February, 1919.
wish to place ourselves on record as
placing the responsibility for the
death of our friend and brother,
James Ferriter, upon the brow of
copper capitalist greed for profits.
Be it resolved herewith, That we,
the members of the Pearse-Connelly
club of Butte, Mont., extend to the
parents and relatives of our late
friend and brother, James Ferriter,
our profound symplathy in their hour
of sorrow and grief; and
Be it further resolved, That we
herewith acknowledge the great
service to mankind rendered by our
deceased friend and brother, in his
efforts during life in assisting by
thought, word and deed to uplift
Be it further resolved, That a copy
of these resolutions be forwarded to
the parents and relatives of James
Dead but not forgotten.
Executive board of Pearse-Connolly
Irish Independence club.
JOHN J. LEMON.
Meets Every Night E
|" This Week at 7:30
101 SOUTH IDAHO ST.
Members Urged to be Present
Membrs rgedto e Prsen
SOLDIERS AND SAILORS IN
UNIFORM ADMITTED FREE
Admission $1 Ladies Free
I ___ __~_.__
RESOLUTIONS OF WORKMEN'S
SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' COUNCIL
Whereas, The Anaconlda Copper
Mining company has seen fit to re
duce the wages of the workers in
their employ for the sole purpose of
increasing their profits; and
Whereas, Although it is the laboi
of these workers that produces all
the profits that this copper company
has robbed them of for so many
years, nevertheless the workers want
amid plenty, and suffered even under
the old wages owing to the high cost
of living; and.
Whereas, A class who would not
resist such attempts at greater plun
der would be contemptible and spine
less and worthy of no more than the
slavery he endures: therefore be it
Resolved, That this council go on
record as favoring a general strike
and that every effort be put forward
to obtain this goal and that the ranai
and file of all and every union be
appealed to to down tools at once
preliminary to their organization
taking ction; and he it Further
Resolved, That we call upon all
unions to meet at once and vote on a
Whereas. Until all the various or
ganizations who have members work
ing at the mines have had time It.
meet and call a strike that it is very
necessary that these members he ap
pealed to to act immediately; and
Whereas, These worlmers can be
reached in an effective nmann,,i
through the picket line; and
Whereas, It is very vital that pick
eting work be organized in the most
systematic manner, and that officers
of any committee should have the
right to conscript strikers to act on
picket duty; therefore be it
Resolved, That a committee he
formed to handle the picket work
and said committee be reconmmended
to elect their various officers and
have scheduled times for workers to
picket, etc., and system of reporting
befor, and after duly.
\VXllereas, the city of Blutte is halk
rupt and therefore inlcapable of pay
ing for police, and consequlently at
any moment may be without police
and tireleln; and
\\'liereas, There are. huntlreds of
crilinnals swarming thi:; city. hired
by the colmpany to intimidiate, beat
up and assault union miners and
Whereas, These gunnmen endanlger
the lives of Workers, especially att a
time such as this; therefore lie it
IResolved, That a. coninittee ihe
formned immediately to recruit vol
unteers among the workers who will
act as protective police to the work
ers of this commlunity and standll
ready to resi.t any organized attempt
at. violeince on the,part of the afore
nienti pned gunmen; and be it further
IRI~tit;l d. Thdt' th(e committee
shall ltt responsiblte and subsericntl
to the will of the workers' council.
Whereas, It is impossible to beat
the master class Ifrom a iinancial
standlpoint, for they have billions
where we have conts: alnd
V'Whereas, The strike funds will
natui'ally b-, meager, owing to tlle
circlmstances, and there fore relif
will have to bet organized in the iim.t
careful manner; therefore lie it
Resolved. That as one step toward
handling the situation. hotlh lthe
Metal Mine Workers antd the I. W. W.
be requested to serve a lunch every
day in their halls either out of fundsls
that may be raised or on halld, or
otherwise the charge for such meals
be the cost; and further be it
tResolveld. That a committee he
formned to devise ways anll meais (o
conducting such elfforts and act as a
Moved, That a conmittee be ap
pointed to arrange for and conduct a
DiANK IS HELD UP AND
BIC HAUL IS RESULT
Minneapolis, Fet. 10 Five armed
bandits held up thle Lerty State
bank here tray. esc aping with $10t,
000 cash and $1 .000 in Liberty
BIG NAVY PROGRAM
GETS A HARD JOLT
WVWashington, F'eb. 1 0.---Theo ad
ministration's big oavy program wts
practically knocked out fromllt the
navy bill on a point of (orderl by IRep
presentttive 1.lann today, which the
A BETTER WORLD
( y Iuitedl Press. )
Lros Angeles. Cal.. Felb. S -The
world is getting better. The increas
ing numlber of divorces is ithe proof.
That is the opinion of .u idge
Charles ('rail, of tilte Los Angeles
Spiread of education, increased
;tproslperity enabling co11nion people
to hire laiwyers, and publicity are
the real reason behind the increas
ing tlivorce rate, . rail believes.
"The question colnillng up all tihe
time is what is the cause of the
gr'eatly inc'eatsed rate of divorlce
icases,' he declared addressing a
mieeting of C'hristiain ministers. "It
is the rsullt of two things:
"First, the increasing wealth of
the people antd their edutlcation. In
yei'ars past law and lawsuits wV'ere
Ith privilege of the few. The result
is we have a great imany people now
who cani afford the advantagets of
the divorce court who could not ill
Second, many people know of the
divorce court by reading ablout it on
the front hpages of tile daily news
lipapers, who once knew little of di
"Don't think the groater number
of di\vorce cases indiiiates the world
is getting worse. 1 believe it is get
ting beltt r'."
imass tit.mon:strat ion pro esti
against th% reduction of' wages, such
tlenmonstraltion to be otrganizted as
soon as possiblt'.
Moved. That all imotions of vital
importance to all tihe workers hie ini
ritinlg and go thr'ough the halids of
the execulive coltumittee bIefore pre'
sent(ing of sllle lt the counl il.
,Moved, That a permanent publicily
commititee l e ol'mit'ied.
Aloved, i T'hai every effort he lput
forward to distribute the wa k of
( lommlittee to avoid the Dyer O T llflcl
ing of it fetw and lhertliy suffr'ing
Montll unflinisihed, or inefficient,, or.... .
The Pearste-Connelly cilubt w.ishes
through the Ilutte Daily Bulletin, to
itlcak itle spetaltiers who addr.sed
the nmcnmorial moIting hielol on Jan.
25 at the lMetal Mine WVorkers' hall.
for the late ,;aIles (erriter aiudi Cor(
nelius Lelha ne. Also we extend
thinkis to the chairmani, Iarry )ug
MAURIICE F. KILEY
1109 WV. Woolman. Phone 2619-J.
Cement Work, Cemetery
Copings. Prices R ight.
Di,.rTHS AND) FINIILS.
Sullivnn-'T'he funeral of the late
Ilan .1. Sulli'vanl will takie pIlt o at
the( rvesiidence of his sister, Mary Stui
livan, 23:11 North W\'ashinglon sireet,
toniorrow cmorning at 4 o'clocki, pro
ceedling to St..l Joseph's chulrclh, whi re
Imass \will be, c.lebratedl . Interll llnlt
in IIh ly ICross C(metryllt i.
O)'Learyv-The ftuneral of th' lae
1'. I. l(('al).) O'Leary will I e he ld
Tuesday mutorning at I o'c'locklt at thle
resid ('nce, -I119 North .Jackson street,
landl will lproced t tc (the Imlllt c ulate
C:onceplctioni church, %\lihere mass will
be c'lebtcrated.l c
Savlil--'l'The remains of the late
Johin -acoia are at Daniils & lll
boa's i'tne'ral patrlors. |iniceral tcn
li)nounllntent will bie ailh' later.
DANIELS & BILBOA
Undertakers and Embalmers
125 East Park St., Butte. Phone 888
Residenoce Phone 4317-W.
Anto and Carriage Equipment
Roelable Undertaker and Embalmer
822 North Main Street
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In the district court of the Second
.ludicitl district of the state ofl
Montana in and for the county oft
Silver 1lt'i .,
In the matt er of the application of
the Schluulacher company, a cor-'
poration, for a judgment of disso-'
To all whom it may concern:
You aid tacith of you will please'
take noticte, that on Jan. 23, 1919, a
voluniItary Ipetit:on praying that thei
Schumachei'r company, a Montana
corporatfon, be dissolved by the
judgi:,ent of the above entitled court.
was filel in the above entitled court
and 'iattier' andl that any person litmay
file his objections to the application
in saili court anid matter at any time
with in ln ays after the first publi
cation of this notice.
Dated Jan. 23, 1919.
(Seal.) OTIS LEE,
By I eonard E. Thomas, Deputy.
Clerk of the above entitled court.
Braco i Drugovi
Srbi Hrvati i Slavenci
Ponediljak Februara 10-19, u 4pp sazivase javna skup
tina 101 S. Idaho Ulica u Dvorani M. M. W. U.
Braco radnici, Vama je poznato da se danas vodi
borba izmedju zivota i smrti; radnicka klasa u gradu
Butte jest tako izrabljena, da gavani bakrenih rudnika
gospodara sa subinom radnicke klase cijele drzave Mon
tane i ne samo grada Butte.
Ovi gotovani Ijencine koji cine kupelj u Vasem snoju,
te koji nisu drugo neg pijavice na Vasoj grbaci; odkinuli
su od ove kukavne plate i onaj zalostni jedan $1.00.
Zivotne namirnice su nadmasile priko svin granica, da
zalostini radnik nemoze da si izvuce kraj kraju.
Braco radnici, poziva Vas se da svi nefaljeno dodjete na
ovu skupstino, gdjece se govoriti u Vasem materinskom
HIti.N 1.1I1i.1I,,I. '.So MEAN.
wrong," mixs 1t1i, i orator. "ii n if I ewvredl my ears with iv hailr?"
,\misa. al ; but bIe I . lip i s i wi n " I think 0o I'd look all right, dear.
hie is right is ltut
thilt crowd. London Tottlhu. "llHowc you 'nou, h hair" '
IF YOU WANT WHAT YOU WANT WHEN YOU WANT IT
BULLETIN WANT ADS
I CENT ADVANCE LESS THAN 15 CENTS
MALE HELP WANTED
AR.E YOl' SI('K OtL C(11I'l'LI),D?
A few treatlnents of C'Hi.tO'IAi'AC
TICI( will relieve you. At any rate
give it a trial. Quit drugs. Avoid
the operation. See lorla WV. Ei.nery,
I.oom 9 Silver Bliw block.
IETI'UltNINlI) SOLDI-EIiS wvishing to
adierlise for work call a use th
want ad colulnnis of the Daily liii
l tin fre(, of charge. Do niot ihe
backward ill taking advantiage of this
offt'ler, we are glad to be of service to
IIRE'I'UItNEI) soldier's wile wants day
wtork. Alnswer Box 101 Ilulletlin.
1ORl Itb:NT -4 acres, 5-1'ono Ihouse
andtl chickn Ihouses; 5 mllillllts
walle from car line. Inquire 915 )el
IOflt ltENT ItNoolus; $2 3. per
week. 225 S. Dlalota. 'hone
NI'El, clean, fullrnishod, heated
roomsII . $1 a;ll lul , also roomls fl,
t ellhilg. S, o N. ]art( St.
\WHY 11huntt rooms, whe(n youi can get
thnliii in ally Iltiri t of the city at ally
price. Mlullhr Motel, o ltposite 11il
waiukiie depot, IpihonI 777. Stieo ns
bloik, 144 WV. Park, phone 755. lir
othy block, 101 E. Granite., p. 1;7.
)111 tlma Inagement , MIrs. F. Paxson.
2 I"'I NIStI-Hl) housek.,'eping rooms
w ith halls. , mt t; \'. (al na.
FOR ltIENT- 'IiThrei furnished houtse
keeping rooms. 132 \,1inah St.
:-Itooll furnished housue, foi famtily
or six or eight men. Inllllir 222
S. .\ 'Jizonla.
FOl) RENT-- 3-roo1t ltodern flatt,
l;26 \W. Broadway; in .A1 cnOlllitioll.
L U) E' ca' e te- All nt ,als redutc d.
Sp, 'ial dinn :,ec. Jo El . lGal a.
AUTOS FOR HIRE.
S:IVI\N-I'ASSENGER, ('hatdlhr Se
idan. A. G. Nynlan. Plhone 5642-J.
WANTIID) Cars to irepacir by expert
at 4 I7' S. Idaho.
Hemstitching and Braiding
litAII)ING. hemstitching and picot
ing. 101 Pennsylvania block. M.
CLEANERS AND DYERS
AMERICAN Dyeing & Cleaning Wks
1341 Harrison ave. Phone 131.
Pianos Tuned and Repaired
GUYON. 600 S. Clark Ave. 6585-J.
IF YOU OON'1j[1 WHAT YO'J WA1 f OVYE1iSLfUtit
FIVE THOUSAND WORKERS
wanted to buy $5 worth of stock
in The Bulletin Publishing Co.
GARAGES FOR RENT
LA11GEI1 UILD)ING, good location
for garage; close in. 1424-26-28
Hlarrison ave. Apply Jamses M. Ab
raIns, on propert y. Will lease.
FOR L I 1-room house cheap,
,Ind ,;-room house ,lose to mines.
In1 uir, 211 "'olbog;:gai. Ii. J. Shea.
Oirlt .\L ::L -room,, house, ainl oil,
1)r I airs «-,, Inexir l ih.e Avoca;
'ity wat«,r. "l'Trm«s. Address A. F. F.,
ILIYNOLUS & SYIPIIER
Real estate, fire insurance, at lowest
rates. Mrloney to loan on real
estate. Phone 1665, 84-85 uwsley
'I l ,,: I n(ell and Lcheep;I1 : o
air's., 1I Iills: northwest of D il
loll; I mile to school; 4 miles to sta
tion: m stly ndellll r collt i oation; de
'lad 'watr; all farml implemients;
18 lhogs: 1.2)I1 Ihad sheep; open
S111 '): creel runnling throutg plac e;i
CITY EGGS, 75e dozen. 215 W. Mer
ctry or the Big Green Coop, Co
IlNlI:LEDI:\IEll) watches at a sac
ritiet at I ncle Sami's Loan office.
11 S. \\yomninig st.
FURNITURE FOR SALE
RII1 , linoleum,, few chairs, heating
SlOv'e aindl sewxillng machillne, very
cheap.li 206 S. Oklahhona.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY advanced on Liberty bonds,
diamonds, watches, jewelry and
other articles of value; square deal.
PIeople's Loan office, 281 E. Park.
MONEY LOANED at 3 per cent. Dia
imonds, jewelry, Liberty bonds.
Mose Linz, upstairs jeweler.
IOST- --At te Schunialn-Heinek
concert. a pai"r of hornl-rimmled
eye-glasses. Finder please return to
Bulletin oftice and receive reward.
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. lMain st. Chili, light lunches,
etc. Open day and night.
LEWIS & WALKER, assayers and
chemists, 108 N. Wyoming. Phone
HAVE your children's hair cut at
E. .1. Swaldner's barber shop,5
133 Ls W. Broadway.