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TODAY'S BUTTE NEWS CONDENSED
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$100 reward will be paid to any
one proving we do not put in the
best mainspring for $1. Mayer, 37
North Mlain street .---Adv.
The Willing W'orkers societyv is
mieeting in ithe vestry rIooms of ties
temple this afternoon. The host
esses are M.lrs. 1.. Simon. Mrs. L.
Wertheimer and Mrs. 1,. \\ebl.
John T. (Latncer fih,(l yvetcrdl;i
with the city clerk his intention to
beconme a caldlid(atel for al(uI'lllrman ill
the Third ward. .(1 lives at
East Galena st relt.
Gamblers foulnd goiily tbfore
Judge P. J. W\hitiy yesterda y aft er
noon were fined $1 each Itiupon evi
dence presented a cy ovit . politces show
ing that they were engagedt in :a
game of cards at 64 East 'arkl
street with moniley on tlie table ai |
o'clock yestcrtay morning. I)etet(
McCarthy-Bryant & Co.
317-319 E. P'AIK. I',ONE lo,1.
98 lbs. ('lint x flour ( l)tttiii's
Best ..... tti.04I
Swift's Premiii i i has .s , ft.
No. 10s Swifl's lard $2.77
No. 5s Swift's lrcdt $1.10
Lipton's tea, lbt. .. 7. c
16 bars ('yrstal \\'hite soup $1.00
9,S lbs. lHex pur(' whitte flour .3.0io
l/, gal. Log ('a bin syriiup... $1.25
3 lb can \Whie Iloius' (.oufflee $1.25
Salt mlack('erel, each 20e and i lltI
Salt herring. 4 for . 25.
W\hole codfish, lb. ... 17%,c
John J. McCarthy, Prop.
111 S. MAIN
S..AM iand .IOIN ]ENOI'FEL
The boys vho lbrought down
the price of meal; within reach
of Ihto workiers,
107 S. ARIZONA ST.
SIPE('IAL 30 ('ENT I)INNEIR
I1 A. M. to'8 P.M.
Lunch buckets put up .......30c
Waffles and coffee ....... 15c
Hot cakes and coffee ......15S
Coffee and ........... ...........lOc
rTHE BETTER i, Ged the Red B1 ' 17i CHARACTFU'
SUFFERERS SUCH IS LIFE
Ikwmn Ealways b Es Isu wtch th ho
J/ f who is only too wievd in savin n tBl says his 7 at it was an aw- attended him ny
m lieved in saving o Bill ys his rtble. / ul time. f when he was bring bappinss,
t/baoko re-wr j o to mak -hat / wounded. I o exp
bk~ saar g rainy day. s pearks with her ndl speech Ia4r m by
h r gc t o npeohtr' I.tlr wud.Luclt- k ll| . !.don'? sxpect.
SHow much /, eyes. ay~e 5h /h.. · o e hpy, It b
i/, gu rige. ure. have you saved? He will find ý}r Those gýr- ar t
., :C~. / Oh, I haven't - out his mistake AIp hun., ho.'ll Oci''t mention so softthearted.b/
/ a l; saved anythint, after he's mar" ,~ Ji ' th~l , what thjus i e. f Guess againo
knownMu a dbrk.,
but.I .ei .. in raar %ht t.hi.. . t He -ayt. she nd "woun' .l
, . . . .tH n g a :. .
S.... . . .. .attiell • .... . . .
Iivws Morrisonliand ('uisic].. made the
iurr's l and charged Ihat thie cards
they found were marked. The pis
oine'rs, all of whom are R.issina.s, ar
John Mlidelhhe'ff. lohlard Seedl, Paul
\larloff, Pi'tle ('oloff and Pete Evan
Sas uiiiiniincel d yesterday that
Ilie c'uo'pper 'oncen(ltrator" plllant at thel
\Wiasho rec.d ition works, Anacondll a,
xi ld reopI'en today. Iletweenl 7(11)
and S0' ) licn 1i1t eipllloyed iel thal
te ltp I It tent.
tEdward ilorrisiv, captain of de
tortives, returned to lntto last night
wilh tani K'uljicth, wiho was tarrested
ti 'T'h'rnn polis, Wyo., for local 1)o
lict,. Kuljich is char'ged with
sw 1iildlitig it frien'id out of $1,.l 0O.
E. \\'. It,'yrnl special tagent of the
i departn I't of jIut ice, returned to
his iit' i in tl te yi'esterday aftcer
it 'indiig the sessions of the federal
gr'tl jurt'y at gIreat Falls, where he
I l'tresel ctd 'vidltn'c ini severatl tiltitt
Iiises, 11. ' was at o ( nHIII allid by
L.llArry I)ny of the depairtment of
just ic .
Golden \',' l atld Iert 1)aniels ap
p rled ihefl're .lustico O'irnsby yeste '
day aft'r oo iin1 a chatrge of illicit
'ohatbitalion. Miss W\\'ebl was sln
t'elced to 10t days iin jail and 1)tiii!ls
to ;:li days. The case in' thlie state
.tas 'onduit'd by Ieputly ('ounty At
toiliey Tit I)owuey.
- o10 that l iarney O)'ai'arat will
regain his sight was rel e veil in ai
l ieler ftrol n \\aslthington, 1). ('., yes
telrday. \VhiI studying at George
town niver..siy O'I all'eirn eyesightl
wias afl'ect'd aind ilphysi( ii' a ns reporteli
he Would hlil blind. Present ilndica
Lions ale that with care hli will iie
'over' tihie iiis i hot It eyes. "
li'or I)pen u ittling btoys to loiter in
his pool hall. W\V. C('. I-hLulphrey was
fitned $10 bi y ,ludge 1'. J. \Vhittty yes
toiiirday aifternoon. The arrest wlxas
made by oily police upon complaint
of a wmian residing netar the piool
hall. \\When tried Ilunitlire( told
the cotrt hI, was labsent when ih( ofi
feotns' xwas (o ttill Ied.
Edwaltrd 1'. Oseonhrug. who wasii
iconl ted to jail by a district court
judge Fet. 1.5, on h)lling foulnd guilty
of 'tic ilo ipt iii niti paying to Ills di
oirctd wife alimony,. yesterday filed
atin ffidavit in the tfflice of the clerk
of oirll declarin'ig hte has lneither
monety 'or means withii' whichl to pay
the alimn'tty dtiet'd by tihe court.
iti promises, if' releas'd fromn jail, to
do all in his po ttr to abide by thit
decree of Ith cot urt.
Informtt tltiont alleging illicit selling
of liquor was filed bcy Deputy (oiunty
Attoi'rn y lrank itiley in the district
court yesterday against John Louis
and V'rone T'udor. It is alleged they
'sold front ithe hip a qluantity of
lignor which they had t ached in rtuir
apnatIents's. T.ud' was found guilty
and given 1,) days in jail and a fine
\Vith an escort 'of police the fun
eral of the late Dennis .1. Murphy.
oul of ltle most beloved members of
the Ilutte police force, will be held
touorrow morning. l3esides a dele
gation from the city police the
\VWoodnten of the World will honor
their comrade through special repre
sentatives. Mr. Murphy leaves a
wife and four children, May, Mar
MEET AT PARIS
Reported Congress Is Mys
tery at Washington. They
Want Natives in Other
l'Paris, Feb. 20. --- A Pan-\African
conlgress is to *tssemble ill Parl'
\Vednetsdlay for a three-day session
with the declared purpose of assur
inlg the protection of the natives of
Al.ica and the people of African:
i ::cent ill other countries. Fifty dcl
'g;itcs will attend, representing lth
S'nited States', \Vest Indies, South
and Central Am\nerica, Africa, Greal
'Britain, Portugal, France, Liberi;a
and Abyssinia, with negro pIopula
lions aggregating 157,000,0(10.
Nearly all the organizations, inter
ested in the welfare of the African
races, as well as all of the colony
holding nations, will be represented.
It is reported that the congress has
been called by a committee consist
ing of Blaise Diagna, French deputy
froim the Senegal; Dr. W. E. 13. Du
Bois, an American authority, and I.
F. Fredricks of New Guinea. Among
the delegates who are comning are
the secretary of the State of Liberia
and Tertullian Guilbaud of I-Iavana.
The call for the congress states
that the time had conme for the inter
ests and wel(fare of the negro to be
come articulate instead of relying
upon philanthrolpic effort, and that
there can be no stable league of na
tions unless the negro's interests are(
Washington, Feb. 20. --. Officials
here arel piuzzled by the report from
Paris that plans are going forward
for a PIan-African conference to he
Acting Secretary Polk said today
the state department had been offi
cially advised by the French gov
rlnllllnt. that no such conference
would be held. It was announced
recently that no passlpol'ts woild be
isslued for Americanc delegates desir
ing to attend the meeting, 1and Mr.
lolk said that there was no change
ill the dparlltmentll 's attitude.
,garet, Frances and D)onnis. His
parlents, two brothers and three sis
elrs reside in Ireland. John and Tini
Iarrl'itngtll of Butte are brothllers-in
law of the late officer anld Mrs. Mar
garet Neary and Mrs. Mary Marsh of
Butte are sisters-in-law.
In anlswer to numllerous ilnquiries
is to what happened to Miss Hazel
Nut, the famloulls writer in tile Mucker
(olumllln, we call state that she has
just retui rnedl from California anti
will assist in making Montana's only
indeplendenlt newspaper more inter
esting than ever. Most of the Bul
letin staff take vacations to Cali
fornia every wintler; some only get
as far as Heleina, Mont.
Notice of a motion asking hliat tihe
Irceiver recelntly appoilntd by the
district, court in the suit of tihe Mc
IKee Statioinery comlpany, against the
Mlontlana Slportling Goods compallllny be
dismlissed throuiigh on order setting
aside his aipptointtl entt was filed in
the office of clerk of couirt yester
da y y I the Malrslhall-Wells 'omllpllany,
which hais startled an actiotn recently
against thlie Montaina Sporting Goods
compailny for the re'covery oif iloney
alleged due on a sale of goodls and
nerchaindise. .rank i oucher is the
FIFTY CENTS CUT
IN SHASTA MINES
(Special United Press Wire.)
Hiddtling, C'al. Feb. 20. Wage re
iductions of 50 cents per dliy were an
nouncted today, effective immlediately,
a;t the Mountain Copper comnpany
miines at Keswick aln Iron li Mounltail.
'iThe mtll Iaffected have not yet tcotll
plained. The salne scale now rulest
all the coppler mines of Shasta coun
ly. The Mammnoth 'opllper comlpainy
:nld the Balaklava company annoulnc
tl llthe 50 cent reduction Saturday.
7[ a ny prominent mraining mlnt of
ttle lattlended the funeral services
today of the late Williatm E. Kaine.
whii died at his Iomine, 821 \West
(Galen;l street. . Mr. Kane wits it res
idtet of Biutte folr 37 years anld was
si.oci ialed with nilly of the best
knownll ining operators in the dis
trici. lie learned the mining galme
in l he east andll before co(tlilig to
Molilnil was in chýrge oof operations
oil Silver Island in Lake Supleritor.
Ih hIellped to develop some of the
IiggI .it properties in Butte and iitn
til Irtct lily was foremlan of the Lex
inglitii in. Funeral services were
1hihl ;lt St. Patrick's church at l1t
S'cllk tlhis morning.
CARD PAITY AND DANCE
l''vercy Thurslday and Saturday
night, at Stevens & Manly hall. P.
THE EVER GROWING LIST OF REAL LIVE
BU LL E T IN ADVERTISERS
IS PROOF POSITIVE OF THE "PULLING POWER" OF BULLETINADVERTI SING. IF'1
YOUR FIRM NAME DOES NOT APPEAR ON THIS LIST MR.. MERCHANT, PHONE 52 FOR "
OUR AD M\AN, AS THIS IS THE "DAILY SHOPPING GUIDE" OF 20,000 BUTTE ADULTS.
AUTO REPAIR oCHIROPRACTIC HABERDASHER POOL ROOMS
SHOPS Wluira W. Emery Dollat ShiFt Shop, Lambro's Pool Hall,
Room 9. Silver Bow Block. RlialtQ Theater $ldg. 42 E. Park St.
Patterson & Currie,
Mercury and Montana.
Murphy Garage, CIGARS ". HATS FOR MEN RESTAURANTS
230 East Platinum. . -
South Side Auto Garage, The J. A. Cigar, Nickeron, The katter. Spokane Cafe,
2124 Cobban Street. Union Made. 11 n. Park street.. S 111 . Main striat.
McGrew Service Shop, Leland Cafe,
Corner Second and Utah. CEMENT WORK 72 East Pk street.
Lacey Auto Repair and Service HARDE'WMTW~ Mozom Care, .
Shop. .CEMETERY COPING 2
1126 Utah. COINCrystal Cafe,
Grand Avenue Repair Shop, Maurice F. Riley, Sewell's Hardwa e, 69 East Park ýtreet.
Corner Harrison and 1109 W. Woolman. 221 East Pahr street. Walkers (Branch) Cafe,
Grand. Shiners, Furnittre, E. Park and Arizona.
Butte Carraige Works, DAIRIES 76 East Park Street. Bank Cafe,
30 to 56 E. Silver St. "' 107 S. Arizona.
Urystll Creamery, Golden West Cafe,
ASSAYERS 459 E. Park street. ICE CREAM PAR- 227 e. Main.
LORS, CANDIES, Etc. Handley's Cafe,
ewtl w walker, Assayers, DRUGGISTS 326 N. Wyoming.
108 N. Wyoming street. Olympia Fruit Co.,
Jacrue 'Drug Co., 14 N.. Dakota St.
AUTOS BOUGHT s197 Harrison aean. REAL ESTATE
AND SOLD DANCING LESSONS JEWELERS Sarles & eGirrote,
. H. Rupert Moos HallMonatha Jewelry Co., / 354 Phoenis Bldg.
228 . Arizona t.e Moose Hall Opticians, Etc., Wulf Realty Co.,
228 S. Arizona St. N 1en B7 East Park Avenue. 18 East Park street. 106 W. Granite St.
People's Loan Ofice,
AUTO PAINTING DENTISTS 28s East Park street.
Brodle, the Jeweler, SHOES
Butte Carriage Works, C. A. Pankey, Dentist, 40 East Park street.
30 to 56 E. Silver St. 11% W. Park street. S. & S. JeweChicago Soe ain re,
Union Dentists, 2i East Park Street.
BANKS Third Floor Rialto Bldg. TowlWnterhalterWalkover Shoe Co.
B N SDr. S. Herman, Dentist. Towle-Winterhalter-Hannifn 46 W. Park Street.
Yegen Bros., Bnkers, 404-5 Phoenix Bldg. Compark St.
Park and Dakota streets. 101 W. Prk k SRt
Park and Dakota streets. Powell Jewelry Co., SECOND-HAND FUR
EXPRESS AND 112 N. Main St. NITURE
BUTCHERS TRANSFER. I. Simon, NITU E
21 North Main.
hcnumacherM Meat o. Charles Noland,
18 umache. Park t. Flats Transfer Co., 105 West Galena St.
Truscott's Corner, . 2600 Harrison Ave. LADIES' TAILOR
B. Park!and Grant. SPECIALISTS
Western Meat Co., FISHING TACKLE, O'Brien, Ladies' Tailor,
121 B Park St. ' " 422 Phoenix blcek. Dr -- --_--
Independent Market, RODMAKIN , ETC. E. Zah, Dr. W. H. Haviland,
203 South MaLu.. 6RODMA ING,04 W. Park 71 W est Park St.
Liberty Market, Ted Rose,
401 S. Main St. 73 W. Park Street. I SHOE REPAIRING
Main Street Market, LADIES'
107 S. Main FIRE INSURANCE GARMENTS Tip Top Shoe Shop,
-.' 'y' ,____ 423 N. Main
BAKERIES Sarlee irroir. Real Estate, Popular Ladies' Garment Store,
"' 864 Phoenit bldg. 63 East Park Street. TAILORS
205 W. Park.
Dahl's Bakery, FURNITURE LAUNDRY Bernard Jacoby, Tailor,
107 N. Montana Street. 19% S. Dakota street.
oyal Bakery, Shiner's, Furniture, Independent Laundry, Montana Tailors,
oyal20 Souh Main. 76 . Park street. 232 S. Main Street. 426.N. Main street.
20 South Main. 426.N. Main stret.
Home Baking Co., B. Kopald Co., Furniture, E. Zuhl, Tailor,
Olympia St. 8 W MUSIC HOUSES 04 W. Park street.
Barker System of Bakeries, Otto, the Tailor,
128 W. Park St. FLORISTS 66 East Broadway.
Orton Bros., Dundee Woolen Mills,
BARBER SHOPS Columbia Floral, 216-218 N. Main St. 62 West Park Street.
47 West Broadway. Butte Tailoring Co.
Con Lowney, MEN'S OUTFITTERS 116 s. Main St.
309 N. Main. FRUIT AND VEGE- w. oertel,
Pastime Barber Shop and Pool APalace Clothing Shoe Store, 431% S. Arizona St.
Room, TABLES 63-66 E. Park St.
210 North Main St. Montana Clothing and Jewelry Big7 W. Park St
Park Barber Shop, People Fruit Co., Company Scotch Woolen Mills,
86 E. Park: 89 East Park. 103 S. Arizona. Scotch Woolen Mills,
8 r_ _ _43 East Park St.
Fair Barber Shop, 329% So. Paul Rask,
Arizona. 'GROCERIES 331 E. Park St.
BN__ ___ro_,O. K. Store,a TEAS, COFFEES,
.usINE S 2Allean' Grocrnt, 24 E. Park St. SPICES
204 ig, lSecond struet. Bouchers,
INSTITUTES Kernialude,: Grceries, 27 W. Park St.
T____ ____ K 4 i 9,t Park. _street. Grand Union Tea Co.,
Butte College of "elegraphy, Poyqer's Cadi Store, _MILLINERY _ W. Broadwary
Lewisohn Bldg. "128T11arrison. L LNERY
Shanfidti .tohery; Hughes Millinery, UNDERTAKERS
J[Es .09 sooth Main. 649 Utah Avenue. "
BATrTERES s. F: ': A. ish 'Grocery, Larry Duggan, Undertaker,.
R6 ?'' IARGED e87-East oalena Street. 322 North Main street.
Truscott's ' PHOTOGRAPHY Daniels & Bllboa, Undertakers.
Montana lIattery Station, Eait- Park and Grant. 1"5 East Park street.
2244 s. Arizona. Ames ' erai y,,. Thomson's Park Studio,
Butte Batttr'' Co.. - 83.6. ?: Main St. 217 East Park Street.
119 8. Montana St. Hans n!' Cash Grocery, VULCANIZING
065-7 /SMain st.
T. J. 0¢arthy, OP I S .. L. fathesen, Vulcaniing,
C('LO I I ES CLEANING b "l. Broadway. 40 East Galena.
AN) I'RESSING McaciC-ioant & Co., Montana Jewelry Co.. W. J. Trudgeon,
A-I- PRESSING M 9" E4~ 'ast& Car, SrtOpticians. Etc., Gates' "Half-Sole" Tires,
Bernard J y •L__ _ 8 1 East Park Street. 78 East Park Bt. ' ' EEst Galsea
Bernard Jacoby ott.reet. rip . Market, Towle-Winterhatter-Hannican
1" 9 5. DBkltj tetRL. ... -riona st Company, VARI.TIE
...te t101 W. Park St. VARIETIES
CLOTHING TAI- ut st. Powell Jewelry io. Ltambert's Variety Store,
ILOlING F ] tIMEN (1 8FURNISH- 1 s.0 West Park'Steet.
4ig a'ilor, ':: "'-'".GS OUTFITTERS WELDING
17 West Park Btreet.
Allen & IDarnell, Murphy Money Back Store, Francis J. Early, Vulcan Welding Works,
207 East Park. 65 E. Park St. . 715-719 E. Front St* 116-118 5. Wyomhing