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PREMIERILEMENCEAU'S CONDITION IS SATISFACTORY
FLU EPIDEMiI.S APPROACHINGTHEATERS MAY BE CLOSED
(Special iUnited Press Wire.
Paris, Feb. 20. - The assassin's
bullet penetrated one of Clemnen
ceau's lungs, causing a slight hem
orrhage yesterday, it is announced
officially. His condition, however, is
said to be satisfactory.
London, Feb. 20.---The attack on
Clemnenceau is interpreted in the
British press as an instance of the
ou t crop ping of "bolshevism"''
throughout the world. Morning pa
piers, fearing an epidemic of assassi
nations, suggested that international
action be taken to deal with anarch
Paris, Feb. 20.--French authori
ties, with the co-operation of inmitlli
genc olTicerels of the associated pow
ers arle contlductinlg a sweeping inves
tigat ion in connection with the attack
on Clemenceau, when the aged states
inan received a slight w\oundl fIroi a
revolver bullet. Officials are work
ing on the theory that it nlay have
been 1art of a plot against all the
principal allied leaders. It is under
stood that Clenmenceau i is resting
easily; that no serious after effects
have developed. Enlile Cottitti, tile
assassin, is known to have attended
a recent meeting of anarchists in
which the participants shoulted
"deatlh to Clemenceau."
Cottin, arrested with several otiihl
anarchists at the tilll( of his attack
on Clemenceau was later releasetd.
His explanation of the shooting is
that lie regards Clemenceau as an
enemy of the wprkers. Cottin was
mnobilized two montils at the start of
the war, thenl he was exempllted be
causeE of heart trouble. lle went to
work in an airplane factory, buit ws
discharged for itnelficiency antd lazi
iless. 'I'Th police recordls show Ilitat
lithe serveld three senltences for iticit
ing soldiers to disobedience.
(Special lnited P'ress Wire.)
Loindon, Feb. 20.. -loyd (;Giorg(
ha;s left for Paris. it is anlnount ced, It
lresponse iiSto an urgent releI ' ( fo li.
immediate prescnc(' there.
Sipe'ial Ihtnited Plress \Vire.)
tParis. Feb. 20. - -The x-ray exan
inlltion of the prellier shows that he
is progressing nortmially, it was aiin
nounced at noon. The bulltet which
lodged ill his back had not hbeen lo
iated, but another bullet was found
last night on the floor of the bed
r'ooilt. French consul who re
turned froml RuIssia overheaird ill tile
i.tssian libra ry in iParis a ntoiih Iago
lRussiian agitators discussing the ios
sibility of disgutisinig lRussian sol
diers in i'French uniformi s a. Ii part
of a plot against (Clelencea. It hat;
lheat ascertained that ('ottin lhas beitl
closely associated with lRussitn ipris
oners sinlce they were repaltr'ited.
(Splecial United Press Wire.)
Paris, Feb. 20.---Clemeneeau had
a good appetite this miorning. lIe
conversed cheerfully with Foreign
Minister Pichon and others. Among
his visitors was King Nicholas of
Montenegro. The policeman who
was wounded int grappling with the
assassin, tile premier's chaiffeur and
his secretary have been awarded mil
DERCEl LOSES APPEAL;
SOCIALISTS TO PLEAD
(Special Uirlited Press Wire.)
Chicago, Feb. 20.-ilMotions for a
n1ow trial anld stay of sentence were
denied today by Judge Landis, in the
case of Victor Berger, socialist con
gressllli elect, and the four other
socialist leaders. Each of the de
fen(dants have asked to make a state-I
Itent before sentence is passed.
iSpecial United Press Wire.)
('hicago, Feb. 20.---Victor iylr'ger
was senltenced to 211 years in Ie&veoi
worth pnitenltiary for violation of
the espionage act. The satlme siuntince(
was gi\ven he f'or other defen'dats.
PRESIDENT WILSON WILL
BE HOME MONDAY'
(Special IUnited Press Wire.)
Boston, Feb. 20.-The transport
George Washington on which Presi
ldent Wilson is sailing home is ex
peted to arrive at. Boston on Mon
day, according to a wireless on11 ioiI'
iof its conivoys.
"THE EIG IVE"
W. F. DUNN TRIAL ON TODAY AT HELENA
(Special IUniled Press Wire.)
Al.loar'd the (George AWashiing
Iton, Feb. 20.-PIresident Wilson
has sent tIhe following message to
t'c'retary Iraunsing of the Ailer
iran mission in Paris: "Please
convey llonsiepr ('lenienceaII my
hearlfellt sn l 1m1hy 11(1 iny' joy at
his escape. I sincerely hope the
report that hlie was onuly slightly
injured is true. I was deeply
shlocked by the news of the at
IN THE LABOR
Finnish Socialist Newspa
pers Suppressed. Move
ment Is Crushed With the
Aid of. the Ex-Kaiser.
lvy ('A\ll, SANI)DltUIt(
SN. S. A. Stall C(or'respolndel jiilt
arriled (rom1i1 'l nor l lern S i rop' with
piclures and docum('ntl ; nlver before
In l'inlalid Ith i tr ldsili unilns, so
cia'lists and l'arm",lers' leagues nil
worke.d togel ler. The('y built and
(twld lIorle than 800 labor tiemplell's,
or peoplel's h1ouses. librlaries, lfurni
turtne and aill, thely vwerIe valuoed above
8$3000,000ll . It wVas Iknon as thli
least illiterate, and one of the most
notaable labor mn ovelcnts in the
SNow it's go'il. Tl'he 800 peoplesht
lhouses are drill halls and arsenals for
lhe WVhite guards. ''They are the
hom,'s of the '",'inska HIatualjonensl,'
who cvlue batik in DIecemlber froml
service witli the aarllies in C(l!rnlll:l y.
Eight of worklllmen to organlllze or
strike is gone. l'lwards of 27,00)0
'persons are h11(el in coIviaet camps,
accordling to a gove'rnment official re
pol't, while lljalmar BIranting's Stock
holm daily, the Social-L)enmokraten,
reckons 10,000 blutchered3 in 11asS
eXecutiolls, 12,0i00 starvedl to deatl,
one cololny of 10,0)00 m1oved to RIis
sia. and otlher thousands (els(ewhere(
beyond Finnish frontiers.
Socialist 'ress ('l'uslled. I
All labor and socialist newsplapelrs
are suppressed. Censorship is rigid.
;Facts such as the foregoinig g(t iut
froni Finland in ways forbidden by
the ptre;ten i. governllllenlt.
O()nly by ani eyelash, Fi nla i missed
having a son of liaiser Bill for a
king. The gang now running Fin
land sent word to Berlin, Oct. 10,
tihat Prince Frederictk Carl was elect
ed king by a iparliamentary ballot of
6i4 to 41. and to conic tand put on the
crown. He answered he could not
come unlless tle vote was itnauintOius.
\Vlten the wreckint g of all trades'
itnions, social ists parties and farmers'
leagues in Finland was wel-l finished
last sullnier-and "the war for Fin
nish freedonl" ended with 90,000 in
prison camps ex-Kaiser WVilliam
showed his personal satisfaction wilth
the job. A dleputatietll of Finnis, head
edi by the new m!hassadr, Enske]ll,
ilet til kaiser in Ilerli aind Wilhelm
made a speech that gladdened the
Iais(er (Gets "liberty ('ross."
According to tilhe Swedish Tele
graru Iureau, the Finnish "L.iberty
Cross'" was bestowed on the German
ent peror, and he pulled -this very
kaiserian speech of accepltatnce:
"It is a great pleasure to ie anild
a dtieepl gratification to receive front
your hands the Finnish Liberty
Cross, and I thank you fromt the
heart f'tr it.
"I acceplt Ihe besItowal of the cross
itoil myself a;s a sIIyholiti e Il'ls
sion fthe em'noli nlls which I)indii to
gether "the Finnish people \\ ith the
"'lhs consciousness of sylllpathiy,
which from ancient times has Ibeet)
formnled between these two people's,
has been strengthened by the joint
warfare which the G(;erllanst antd iht
Finns haV\ waged on the soil of Fin
"The blood they have shed jointly
cemlents them together, and the more
particularly because this blood was
shed for so high and noble a cause
as the Finnish and German struggle
"It is a glorious accompanying
phenomenon in this great struggle
for existence, and for its own free
(Continued on Page Four.)
ON GUARD AT
Walter H. Myers in Battle
With Germans at Mons,
Now Battling the Money
Huns of Anaconda Co.
1\11nlllg the yollu 111 1 i llwvho l oullll
guard nightly at the 11llt in pllanll
to prot'1't the workers' paper I'roni
tle A. ('. M1. g,11men i.s \\aller 11.
lI ye r iý.
1,ike 1 (eral othersIii of ithe gtih a'dls,
Ofyer:i is a rLeturnett d solliir'. As all
instanilce of the pat l01liti( l of tle l nn
who are mnaking lhI' light to make
Butte a union city, we append the
mlitartly 'record of this younlg man.
Myers is h le on of J. \. .1Myrl'r of
425 Soutlh Idaho t re.ol, a imt hi111 1 i
at the Ilack lin ]k mine. .\1lho0 :h
only IS yours ofld, hr vo01 (11111 1d Ior
o\ rst'I e l;1 l ( Viiv ' i in ;II. 21. !917
lie vwa l' ilbark ed in J.1 e , Ii l S. :1111
served fr six nmonll hs ill 5(otile liight
ilg in lr!'anc. '. Il' was as.ignl'd as a
Ima. hilne gunnerlllli in aI'r pl" e 11I€.s r. -
ice 1and 1 partiip lod in the ha1t1llv of
Mons i n t li'lgiu l. Al i on i i ((lintil oif
7,001 tlt f lit, ti'tlopr tllnr was shot, offl
and 11(1 Ih Uma(hinl1 volph~lan l 1105wvI in
thi , ii( 1 ll0t1 d . ' rhbiul p ilo t. t i l(or l I, ,e
1(1,1i 1 of l'iltlsh lr' h . I'i.. K'1: i (jur( 'i
in he11 11u~ih 1i holting, bill fly'l: I
C5.l0 oitli of Ithe ln.gagelment saitely.
ialii:ttt by0 ii mimielo'.
lie retu'rned to lthe l'itled i Sal'S .
on D)ec. 5. 1915, only to itnd till
Iiione'y-H. is a.vtaggering in his lina
tive ilty of lulnt It - flag-waving liiun0;
who had swindled their governlllelll
and mobilizeod gunmen to ilout I1hit
governmnii t's law, ind natuIraIll
young Myer's tiaw 1o diesi intl ion hie
tween thio Iluns of ieutltchl antid and
tihe hui s i of tl i A. I'. I.
Ail any t1(or1"' of 1' braitve youing
relirlltd So lilerS are enlisting lthin
ol(es, like . Myers, in ilh(e new wtar
NEADING IS ACQUITTED
OF SEDITOUS WRITINGS
New York, Feb. 20.--Scott N'ear
ing, one11 lite professor ill theI l ni
ve(rsity of Pennsylvanit and 'l'oledo
university, antl a socialist candidatel'
cam paign, was acquitted of 11e li1iol ,s
wrilt inhugs by a federal jury here y'.i-
T''he A merican socialist society, co
defendants, was found guilty on
both counts in the indictmenl. 'Ihlt
jury was given tuhe cas(e at 1 o'clock
yesterday afternoonll and ret urned
its verdict p ftr deliberating appr(1x
imately 29 hours.
JUNKERS AlE STILL
ACTIVE IN CERMANY
(Special UTnii td I'ress \ire.)
Warsaw, , oh. it9. (Gir'llu;n sol
(diers in East. l'u-ssia arIc still .ue -
uing the old impl)ria.l sta1tdard, in
stead of the republican flag, accord
ing to reports fromll fugitives to the
American mission here. They also
say that the jtiInkers have ulnd(er'
taken to organize a strong lmovement
in Germany against Poland. Food
is more plentiful in East Prussia
than iAt Poland and much chceaper.
The average meal costs about $2.50
compared with $3.75 to $6.25 in
Warsaw. Shoes are (iOp';er)(,I cost
ing $22.50 in Germany and $125 in
ARRIVAL OF TRANSPORTS
ARE HELD UP BY STORM
(Special United Press Wire.)
New York, Feb. 20.--Severe
storms sweeping the Atlantic have
delayed the arrival of 18 transports
carrying nearly 20,000 men. Wire
less reports stated that all ships are
weathering the gales but that many
will be several days overdue. Some
have been forced to run for Bermuda
for coal and repairs, the message
said. The W(oonsocket sent a wire
less that she lost tier propeller blade
but was prgwcd9iig to port under
her own stea.¥ She was due here
10 days ago
Iitemii scleC1(I a ad I ie i ala f . I.
tlhe Iuntte ltiltullet iii gliarl tiete this
nuwriting aft 10) ucil iluhI.
tieyer Jensen,. IlelenaIR jauaiitor,
'1 I J III I at 1: 1.( 1('.
sc-ar; Herbilrt Illoii , 'tunchevr.
tliluian; 1":. Ii. Ialulluni. sijiell i
tiinpltye, Iast I lulcnn; \AV. II. ;1\c-
('lat~chey, real s~latte, Il ea
JtIi ('offtie. liii iy 04 Ilf b1is(cuit
roilnlldflay. I eltie 'I'. It. Nagle.
iiienulei of the I helena fire deipa il
tittiil mnasCiii I Ielena; A1'ii lait
Itet llitcliriianc er iti\n' Itit Tiiit'
:;tliale;; army; AX'illiaai A. I hatitks.
i:twice iii ili iigular :u'lny; Au
'Tfle gossip Iure is t hiat 1)IuII mutist
he' ruttt'a (t it 11 of thlw'ay as the pst
litic-al election twit vuisits hei'i'ave is
't'he .Ia. (`. lI. giiniauin and liseas
Ilelt il, sitlitta ianii to4 l i'l Inou
at lt legislative se ssitalsawl autt th
.Iolti Berk'lin, wihoi atssisted ini thle
raid on the Ihu it 'te nlhili ttiu ut
isalito in eviduttti4.
r (eli (tt 11)0 Ii'u 1(111(1W lIt twliii III 1
ilay. (' It. Greeilield, the lit-st. wit
11155, cell( ilit at to thle organization a;rnd
minu lo thie sl itate council of dte
flelse. 'Ii' ileldefese obtjetedl. and
w~as ova wled Th juge verule
all1 of (tefeudant'i~ls objectc~ions.\V A
('unaiplell, editor ofato ilel11(na0 Ini
(I epln11 t101 was called aini( Id On till oil
the Bullet in With the elditorial criLti
elsilig th1 nu'mhe rs ofi tie sta1(e conu11
iil. [Iei 0 fitnWss was very neitvous
of the A lonlana~ council of deftlottsesc
wltr swollrl Ithis alflteilllnon. All wit
iIluii;s's weIe txaliiltl excludlel. 1xc1p 011on
hein ig exaan iieul.
The(y aor at it again. T'rrorisnt is
stalking Ihroughlh o1ur stlo(..ts. nion11
111are l8 iing in jail. 'The delbased
gill1] 1n'll (oif the A. ('. M. are bl'('ltIh
iI rg threats of I ralitionll:l violleuce.
A challenlge is beinlg hurleld at the
unllion forces f Bulte. Thle . ('. M.
ilinks .hat you aire beItein. The A.
4'. M. is gloating over solum return11
to work. They believe that they
canll kill oulur unions nlllI they Ilare
picking off Iheir victinis flrol ailong
your bhlolst Imen, inl order Ihat yourn'
spinrits will wn crush(ll(. TheiI.
Olt15s woiuld deport 3"o(11 officers.
Thleir giun.le11 woulnd 1i111(11er ne1w
I itt les.
It h(egun 111(1nd the events which
iwe are ii'nessing are ibut the open
ing chapliter of the tale. As they go
o(i, Ithe coppier gang will hIe 1o10'(
iold. 'l'Tey think that you are1
5,sleei0 1. They will contliinuie nl11il
.0(n 4s(5I(1 yourselves :(1n(1 (11hl1((1(l
hark to pi4nh1('r(l(ty that uniolnisnl i5
not dead iIn Ilutte.
I)on't b0 fooled by th)" A. ('. 31.
'The :A. ('. M1. Ihas onlle ol.iect ;8(I1
only (lll( obIject, i1 view-Iio (clush t
ti(h miin(rs' Ilnions. 'hliat is why
IlheiI age1).i's have eyes o(nll Ilienl(3
lland (' allll(ill; that is 1why ' lliir
gunil en have pursued ('ampbel 8 anid
Hlarry ' asiy. They will sll cceed if
3yo( silt. They will have won Ihie
(day, if 3o11 abandon your uniiions.
Thlinir Ila(;ck flag will be sulpr(,lle if
yo11 li\1i1"r t .he standardl of nlihniSmlli
at a linii' like this.
'Th'r is onll duty which 135lays lupon
IIthe- 1iiils, of Butt. Organize! (;i4
I',1(1nnliW' ow.'r!1i1e 1n11, the giln. ( illl
In II' llPPer gang by the ion ll list
'of uli; 11ni ll.
If otI (ialit, to beat, the A. ('. 31.
et n(4'( lemibers. Foir everly ('anip
hell, for 1(very Kennedy, for every'
(; --3-hl hg in 100 new'l iiniiiieris.
Fill II, g;a P5s before the gulnien i(a1 n11
I)hlt- I 11(ih out. Your offi(cers are
i1t .l1itrd They are willing Io igo
to jail, if 3ou, th e rank and file, will
ruli-i 1' u1e. They are willing to fall,
if 0(h(.1r will be ready in their
T1inn i- short--.miners of Butte.
.1t : (linallize! Break your silenice
with ,at hundetr of solidarity!
1n .I tv(d Toddy and Friday; prol)
ab: a ' or snow West of the divide.
L t,' \eather**partly cloudy;
( l", . +110W. ,
EFFORT IS MADE
TO "GET" TOM
Midnight Party Visit Lodg
ing House of President of
M. M. W. U., Between
12 and 1 o'Clock.
I'l p h learning 1(:l F,,d(,r'r l tlfl'i(cer
Ithal win h1( 111(|0(d 1 \Varr1ait fir hi:;
r11 1, 'l'o i (''ot l lptel, Ipre)I'il 'll t oii
I the ( Mental l lin 1 \ 'lvl(rs' ' llllill
S(independenth . i, . rr'endered llimt,-ll
i lh, noti lg sh rj T ill at ll Pa lly 111)111
this; stiornin,. The ehal (g :;.iln. (
('iam t lj)'ll, it. is said, i 111m ilalr to the
char(ge against .1JOe Klinlnly', who wijs
lunnaurali ze1 d alien. If prov11 ( nl
('ntimplhell will be stbjeel to depl rt
l is bjl''ilf li l 'l lo I j j i llt liljjlt it
w'hijXeh i:1 le tlie(vcad Io ave hon rags
oth(,r altemp ,ted ntidnilghl lynching.
;ix ii(,Ii visit e(d hii hii 1 t(ing1 1 house
011 Nounh Ii Id( ou street i(n a machi e,
he een to 1 th Il: t 1 it. h 11. They
a'roused the landlady and informed
h i(r lh t i the Iy w re ( oflicriis of the,
law, and they de(l n ludd'( (':mphe)('ll.
A0 11 ol' ppi ' (1 grit t1(1n( io hail 1("11
wI('i((I'd that 101( l ( (hi 1i of this 1r1l
tine wvas it "the nir 0d he was 111n , (, -
i e., (he ni(,h1 wilh a f'hi(nd. Bialked
in Iheir p111n; the H ((n (el (In d t0
heir mial hine 0d1(I dl'otie awaly.
lilnslp ll then gi ave hiimne'lft l II I.
When in(irieie d s lal er he' a1ssoi'1,i
Ihat lhe did not believe lhe men 111
'llhad t('ll lie. to le ( llio ln e; lthll t,
1()'(0 prob'aly,' I'hy would hoave
W iarned ll im to l tve Buttel , and 1111(:
haive given the leal A .C. M. rags the
chance to yell 11h1t h1( had fled. Foi
that reasOn, he 1o(k 1the open stlp of
surrell(dering| himself to IfeII what
O('( j'l'Ill. -lp |h( O('oi Illilly had h
11loth (Ca pnl elll 0(1 IK((' lln dy a(l
be)ilg held inc(o inulni ulad , :(11(1 ('
torts Io sec( h11.In this morning werei
lunsuccessfll. According to the Bun
tonl of ll the illn ...liigr ion de(,lllrlnlenl,
('(us(, a(liens arii allowed io 1 ist,
10011. The only ('11(1u(rse0 ill the ca.t's
will be a writ of hablens corpqs.
BREST DENY RUMORS
I'ol(yright, 191:, by ,nieled 1'r0's ,)
ltr'sl, 1"e(F . 20. Ilr'st may he the
besi milit ry hale in Ih1( world, toil it,
is f1 r ' the wonrst inl u |e opi( 10 t' tinh
orli(err. and 11e1 p11 rm|tl'l ntly , lWt
tion( d th.,r,. Aniill n estigalton (o1
dt(0ted under such ,ircul ,stm ,ces ias
the .. ti( ol( permlit, failed to su, -
s(11t:i(t1(1 the chart-,('., 111it 11 ('(,'st is a
''10,t1 h l," oe ' hat illune i're the Vie
tiius of misnl anagemlent. 11. is trut
that ill eonian(O (Ii Ii ((Hell o1' o weasl
ern FI" II("ce, th(er1 is a smip(erahunl d
unc(1 of Ilul d. 'F'lits co. ldn't to
avotid('d. Ilrest wa, selected as a base
t e(tius1 (1" straleg.i(al and geograplh
ie(;l ('(,:(sons. Itelnorts of shocking
oot((1 san lnitary (cOlndit i i'on are 0(1
founded, aecordig I) 1oti inhabitantl ;
0f1' th eC1' t ill ,theml sel s('(s.
MEXICANS FIIHi INC
THE YAOUI INDIANS
(hI.,' ial oited Plress Wire.)
Nov'alrs, Ariz.. F,'b. 20.-Two pan
gu.ii ary battllls, il q\XwV l Mexicain sol
diers ;iI Yaqlui Ildians occurred
near Nigales, duringt the last 40
hour'. 'Twently Ml+sic.ans were killh
in li 1 t: encouI()IInter. . The Yaqmin
;,na11lllie ;11"ar," n nII; own|. Appreheu. '
;ion i fell to'r| lIh' rat'ety of 60 Amnio
lea t Iii "in l n oi w ho r left today ',r
Mlazaitl n nl l other west coast point',
O l a r;+'' prý inl!iOll eXCUrsion,
UNCLE SAM GETS
EIGHT HUN LINERS
(: p, t. ,l I' ilced Press W ire.
w lhiniton, Feb. 20-Eight lat €+
( trnerman lijners, now at Halilbullrg,
have hteli naloted to the t'nitetd
States under the allocation of Teu
tonic tonnage, the war department
today announced. The alloca.tion of
other liners is immenent. An ulti
mate capacity for troop movement of
50.000 to 60,000 per month is esti
mated by officials here.
TO REACH THE
(Special IUnited 1Press 'Virie.)
A oaril I he (eo i'g Washing
1(0, lF)b. 20.-\\'hilh .llannilg to
Il(ac IViVs I01n Wl tliollay, Pl' esidentl
\\'ilIon many hl delayed until Tues
day bya gale h hiu'h .raing up
Ihis afternoon. 'IIha' president (de
(010e(1 1(11.1 of Ih (lily ,lwrokiig.
lie hasln't yet dec'ie(hd \lhether the
will . 11.5.r.ss .( jin4 5(,'Si44 n1 oif
i(i41i1reSs iin th lie ':t gil' (II' nati) o1 .
It is believe(1d he will d(l0 0. i
HOW THE Y.M.C.A.
What Has Been Done With
Millions Donated, Asks
Arizona Paper. Account
ing Is Due.
upport('er 0f lte Y'. \1. ('. A\.. 1t11h . :
ilhome a d 41b4roi l. A4(I ' 1:I4' 1;l.1d d ito
the. bh':d of our a:(ility in tIe drit .)I
1for lin144ls for lhe sipporl. of 114 100.1l
organi4zation 44 111( illn the l'eal drives4
1for1 I441(1s for h11)' wort( iln ei'414ps :i4
1ho1 and w1illh the \(American ex'lX'p -
Tih' (l'('ports WI)ih 11I 11414 44 een coIII l
ilg in lal ely f'1'm111 ac1ross 4 - he wailel.
a1)o01 the Y1'. l. ('. A. ar1e disconcer'i
ing. If there wl r l only a few ('01o1
p14hlit4,, w)' would I e disposed to n t
tribute th nn In individual workers.
bi111 the eritieisl 1 of Ihi lgreat (0r14411)i
Zation is lien)'4l ';l and a41 P larl1lly it
31has not1 ('m 011) tlp Ito xpoca r'i IIIs.
'e are 4 n1t1 rell l 1(' yi4ll.14 o1 I I il4 hel0r
say 1bu are tort l ild by Ilrst 14 hand r
Iports. 'The' followinlg (I11'O ' front a
sohlie8 r in I"ran.ce It his wife in 11hi
('it'' 'e4 1. forth in inlolerabhe '11111ondi
1ou 0(11 is a io air X 1 i 11 )ll 1 (14 o 1111:. '
5to1i0( whll( h (a'( heen, (00i0(14
\Ve had a vll'y nice dy on
Christmlas. The 1111d ('iro) s, K. of C.
41(1d SalValio441 Ar'Imy g41V' 1s smiolkles
and 41u111 and the 'I ited Shtates gave
us 41 pound box or chocolates. The
Y. M. 1 '. A. wa'4 141 1cheap1 to 1he11p .s
outl, 1i11(I you cl0 bh ltie 4'' (i ' v1henll I
4say l ha1 l 11 0 4 H man in the( A. Il. iF.
things 114h 'Y' is worth a ! They
4'rob you when IIhey c(ii 111an id try Ir to
WhenI tllhey n('411. I kII llo i 1 (411 ' ('; 4 .4 '
Iwhere 4 ( (0 1 1(44 14(( 1' boug1 (144 14h 40l44>
of a (Germn(lll prison e1i1111, on his \%'1y
back 14 hio :4(411 .4comrpany. 1140 was
naturally wil1ho1t. money 1011 d 1 went Io
11 'Y' and ask.ed for a 4meal and4
:4m0 e pl41ee 1 o sleep. 110 101ol Ii44
story a1 d I1 listened I0 it all. The'
Y. M. C. A. official said h)' was ,441ry
but. if he coul('0111 not pay f 'or it 1('
Vwould haV(' tIo 14( somewt('W4 104 '(ls'. 114
4lso 0 S gg4t14(5 (1 1111a1. 4i(4 O' f II us tot
toys sta814 din14 aroln'( d lt4 re ' 1i~h1i1
chip in to p1) y the bill. \VI'l then I
140t 1141(d 1lld saw r'(d aind they hald I0
d4ll the military police to shtit nme n4 1.
W\'he-n I tlhd the M. I'. (11ha1 lh' a4rgu
me4 t 44.4 4W he got peeVl'd il 'wi4' e .4l444
I14141 1 1484l1 '1 ' (0141 1(4 51)1( 1 I si 1
4a4' or I i'111 run hil in. I 1rout1(141
Ih1' fellow Io our 1 (11' 4 1 d 44441 13,' hill
I 5.)4lir III' 01 I4 l1114 11( 0 pII r d a ll(n ar
ly ('i(' h( alpn eceialt d it .,.
in a whiit Ih li ttsti in ii sonic of
lii i ll' tlt\ow ls O n e igul. rllio apii iC ll and
ih un bad to hl' photolgralphd loin., it
itt}t I outld hale I lit it stlr-ad
vlit I asitlt'nt for tt fol'ks at home.
Tl'lhy have colhlectdii huiitiredls of
:ltouisatintd of ldolliar. biut God ontly
linows. what th t dlid with it - we
I wtl'"r l ot ithe h nei t II of lany of it.
t'h y chaitrgl ,ti t.c protlit ot v what
rt ' I, Illi l to \i r1" 114 11 ll r It0l' O.
i t ' , h in-n t hithtln . (h tilst l ni oflt
1rnt i soldier n r'lan1 ltos not re-U
will It glad to fittiis ht it to antyone
iho is stuffliciently iiiiitr'estel to in
lilir,. l'hte art mao iny otherl's jtll
lt L ti t in niln iltrough anid sonic
ar, 1ing ri cetivtd right here in Tut
W\1'n iVi, gul 1O Ouii Illioney to the Y.
1. t'. \. w, didii so u lnder the l.ssutipt
lion thatl Ithy wilre going to give lfm'i
aid and sutcor in just such castes .Is
Ihis. It is hard to believe that ati
rid-blooded American would re oie
to give assistance to one who hadl
just returned from a Germa'n prison
cantmp, but here is an account straight
from a soldier in France whose wife
lives here and whose father, fo metr
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.\n influenza epidemic is predicted
The fact that garbage is not being
ollected is given by Mayor Maloney
as the reason.
The financial condition of the me
tropolis of Montana has put the city
p here it is unable to pay for the col
lection of garbage.
And the "interests" are yelling for
lire protectiotn land demlanding that
t.ie iremensl warrants be cashed
while little attention is being paid
to he garlbage rotiting in the streets.
Mayor Maloney says human life is
at sitake and life is worth more than
ipr perty. And unilless the health
toard icts at their meeting tomor
row tight and arran gements are
ii:5(n' to collect the city's garbage
th Iinulyor proposes to issue a sweep
iing oirder ithat. will place luntte where
it w\as a few weeks ago when the lid
was on ill earnest.
llflllienzl cases, reported Satur
day, Feb. 15, 1919:
Irene (lark. 218 South Washing
ton, tIr. Shanley. (Quarantined).
\\'iltiaum 1eanO. 622 Clark street,
I)r. Moore. (Quarantined).
.1. II1. l"isher, 645 West Quartz
tiiroi. I)r. Moore. (Quarantined).
Monulay, l'eb. 17, 1919.
l'red Mole, 22101 South Montana,
Ilr. Moore. (Quarantined).
Irene Altole, 2210t Soutll Montana,
l)rI. Moore. (Quarantined).
Mrs. 1 iddleton and daughter,
1910 Harrison, IDr. Tashi. (Quar
Helen Matson, 801 West Copper,
1)r. Tash. (Quarantined Murray
Steve Furman. 810 WVest Diamond
I(Murray hospital .
Al r::. Iiowe. 8 17 \\Vest Broadway,
i)r. McDonald. (Quar~antined).
llelen Itowe, S17 West. Broadway,
Dr. M,'l)ona il. (Quarantined).
Janells Rowe, 817 West Broadway,
1)r. MclIonaltl. (Quarantined).
Marguerite HBal, I)r. Tash. (Quar
intined Murray hospital).
Rloberlt ha;l, 1)r. Tash. (Quaran
line'l Mturrai hosplital) .
TlueI(day, tFe. 18, 1919.
; or.;e (' crtis, ::-4 South t Wash
in top,. Dr. Moure. ( Quarantined.)
Ma'ty (calto, 2228 South Montana,
Dr. MSi lthews. I ()uarantinled).
h fria let. in, 222 ou ont liou
iman. i)r. Matlthe2 ws. (Quarantinet ).
i. II. Wi'sley, 2236 South Main,
I)I, Mitthews. (IQuarantined).
Ethel Mtoore, 2521 Placer street,
I)r. Matilletl. l Quarantined.
Normia (ole, 425 West Porphyry,
Ir. 'l'ash. (Quarantined Murray hos,
luln, I)h. 'l'ash. -Qua rant nmed ]1iur
I-enry W\illiam Coons, )116 South
Jackson. 1)r. Tash. (Quarantined
hlurray hospital i.
M1rs. ctoun:t, :1)0 South Idaho, Dr.
lash. (Quarantined Murray hos
I)r. Mattthews quarantined nine
;ases Wednesday, Feb. 19, reported
by school nlurse for investigation.
Eight cases, rather eight families,
reported by school principal for in
vestigation, Feb. 19, 1919..
Mayor Maloney at a meeting last
nlghti of the city council came
through with another threat in a
amlpaign which he has inaugurated
to compelip1 ll(e I lsin.ess interests of
Itllt to how tol the people in thle
nattler of cashing city warrants,
witllhit the i iayor or the council put
ting into effect such economties as the
loppingli olT Ia i number of political de
partllienlts as was aske.ld by the busi
ness "inI t!rcsts."
Now the manyor haa. a fliu scare de
spit, the fact that county officials
last night had "heard of no flu epi
uletiic recurring." Mr. Maloney set
loose, his charge after advising the
ways and tians conlmittee that the
Iinanial crisis into which the city
had got itself must be considered and
measures taklen to insure additionas
rev(linue, lthe chief executive sug
gest inig a \('revene frontl the business
instiltutions biistdi oiil a percentage of
earnings which hlie ('laitimed by somu
pIros's Iof aritlllmetic was duo tEle
'liin with the grenade overhead
thel ni;Iayo) declareid thal it was his do
sire that aill ibusiness houses, amutitise
niitit plt ces and fittancial institutions
be closedl becaulse of the danger of a
irelrrence of the fliu, which he al
leged was spreading. This inforlta
'ion was news to Butte, likewise to
the Murray and St. James hospitals,
both of which institutions last night
deniell there was a recurrence of the
flu etpidemic in Buttle or anything
that savoreld oif it, and botlh hospitals
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CASE OF pRjFITEER(INC