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7th ANNUAL DANCE
GIVEN BY THE
BUTTE BUTCHERS' UNION
MONTANA AND MERCURY
Saturday, Feb. 22
ADMISSION $1 LADIES FREE
TODAY'S BUTTE NEWS CONDENSED
The telephone number of the editorial department Oic-h should be
called for news items on!y, is 212. I'lease do n.t ;L this. drepLrr2ert
ooncerning matters of subscriptPn,. adverti.ing t: de8ery of pape.'a ;
communlcations concerning these should be with the business office,
telephone No. 652, before S o'clock p. m., when the once closes.
$100 reward wil be paid to any
one proving we do not put in the ;
best mainsplring for I . Mayer, 37
North Main street.-Adv.
Fam T. Hood. n-.h. o' M: 11
J. S'chutaiacl.-r. 0. .... , i -:.;'
in New York fom r.i - Franc.
Mike 3Bedorick y.---re . pead.ed t
guilty in Judge J. J. Lyvnclis court to
having had improper relations w\i ii
his 9t-year-old daughter, alld \\a
sentenced to between '5 and -,u ytea, r
in the state penitentiary. Bedoricel,
is 48 years old and. lhas a wile al
After a shutlldown of ev;ral dpiaya'
because of the strike the oll(cetntrtil
or of the AInacondal ('opleir MXltin~i
company reneweid opacrationls oest r
day. Last evening the big plant wcia
running under full stoami.
Mrs. Kaite Iall says: "I have kept'
lon.se 15 years; ati the llmother i' Of
four children, anld I would ntut k('epl
house without tollisltr's ltuoi'y
'tMountain Tr[i'." \Visae \\otl;an, \lwhyi?
irlives away sickl ncss, tirings halt:l
and happiness to the w\\hotl ttamlily.
Family alrug store. A;tl.
Mr. and Mrs. Colin aMelt e of \Vi.t
Silver street ha\ve received wcord lhiati
(. E. Johnsoin, a Iro imi0in in r(
dent of (rainite county, dliit in l.,
Angeles, 1'it. 15. 'lthe boty \will hi
s•hippled to l'hilipsturg and is.i at It
ied to ar trive ) 1O tiirrow.
Indications last night wre t ihat Ilit
iron molders who siitruckl againsi lth'
redtuction of $1 a day in down itown i
lhops andl foundriies. Aati dnesdatv"
would return to work today as thlie
result of conctiliation ol'i''red by thei'
local officials of Ihi' I 'nited Stal te's
111 S. MAIN
SAM and JOHN KJ(iNOFlI,',EL
The boys who brought Iow nu
thel price of meals within rtachl
of the workers.l'
formerly located on Ilroadway,
will reopen at 206 North Jackson
Monday. Feb. 24. Cleaning and
pressing. Alteration and repair
work neatly done. \Will call for
107 8. ARIZONA ST.
EPECIAL 30 CENT DINNER
11 A. M. to 8 I'. M.
L"nch buckets put up ........30c
WVaffles and coffee ...........15
Iot cakes and coffee ........u c
Coffee and ..........................O
_ _ n , .. . . ' ,
_: - 110: - +... -. .. .. ., : . . ":...
Lr- ;. :~,. . . o",\r J. 1 . J l rnti
.\-- X 1r"( ,n. w\ho wa Ipronilin-it
I h l1 i l - ( (t ic mi e til Mt tin e w o rk -
r- a t:\'l t in pa t years, Ir. s r. i
t: IErl to t Hultte after having served
allhtlli I11 the foited Stitates alt'.
io Was stationited at Camp Lewis for
leral monlths antd lmatle a good ree
r(1 1ts 1( soldier during his edlial
ll(t'llt. Y este'rdiay h111 signted the, rtostler
if ihl hut te Army It and Navy lieague
a0d 1( 1) ltUe Ii teimiI lH l ofi the organi
Mliabhl lihhPs stalrtted action for di
orcre ill the diVtrict court yest|rday
again.t ('harl's hllobbs, alleging de
siortion. TIhe coitpllaint alleges lhet
oI o0ilil (as iit inrliiil at Pairkl.e Ill.
'p\ig. I I l 11i 1 hills lle C i hidl.
M\lrs. iol LulVny of 1 lil Oltregon
a iieV u., lintlet, has reEtei'd El W) 01t
ih, d(~01ih of iir son. Ll-i.r LItlFny at
!.oI eloI(k. N, \ '. 'l'I tii dltit'aseil 1,l (is.
bsid.es his itolhOi ', I1 sister., Ml 's. '.
uItte. illd his fatietlh 1). IE. Lu fny, ol
Lot1 I elach. ('at. .\I r. Lufny V was
biorn l d raisietd ait ilver il.ar, Mui:i.
it0 wis :111 years of age and wotirkd
illt the llilt(es iof lioutt for sidoe10 timE.
I 'e was 1killed by i a last on thil e l ot
1(1 aQ shafl whiire lie was workilig
i0 was : i w ll-kinown lutte lt 111 int0
:liad hiailt y friends heri will Iregrt t t
h it d of his death.
1)otii wait tnttil your blood is itm
povut! iil'd and you irIE sick lland all
g. T'a e l ll Iollister's l.ocky Moun
thin t"1( nIow. It will drive (otit the
;t'inls. ii' iluter, puri'fy the lito toach.
igulatii 1tIu bowels. Natiure''s sprilng
tuonic 11'1 so '. iaiily dlrug storet
('. 11I. urd, a liutte boy who iii
liI0'1d waith the marines in October,
1917, Irriv\ed ill 111t1te yesth'e d y
Ia d I wiii (li iin i htre for slme timie.
I 1olhl tinug I; I )eriod of training nt
li;ri Is ll, Hllurd wvas sent to lth
hilii' i iin s and frl ol th r't to Pearl
harbl r. Itl applied for return to the
'nittd ( Statis ,o that he iilight see
ant ti in I.iance. This was grantt(id
:ulll i et sl int only a short timne in thii
Count'I 1(o101 tllt , armistice Wit.
CITY AND COUlNTY RECOn S
II liI I' i'H"
Nell in-To IMir. 1and M11rs. J. 1. Net'
tie. SUN \Vest l'latinunl street. 'eb.
1I, a girl.
I 111Ii( : 1,A IICiENs ,S.
G(;(orge \V. LaVellte 122), Butte.
a ld lolida ui y t I SI, Butte.
IN 1)ISTTriI(T COURT.
I'robittle: Michael M. Fern ritel'
ii1tti(e1 d tildtinislrator of estate o01
1a tiles Pt rriter.
ri:n ) )s I-F:,(ORDED.
Carl .Il Backholtit et ux. to Ruth
Ind Annie Dlick, lot 2, block 3, Silvel
Blow Park; $1.
John B. Crosiy, trustee to Frank
louchier. lot 10. block 10, Crosby ad
Tidtwater Investmnent company t(
lerb0ert F. Poynter, lot 41, block 10.
Atherton Place; $10.
'l'rilpp & l tragstedt company to
.\alter .Moeyr, lot I. block 8, Crosby
Annie ,1. Connelly to Wilhelm
i(tlnson, lot 1 1, block 66, IMcQueen
(Special United Press Wire.)
Berlin, Feb. 21.-In compliance
witl. the armistice hostilities against:
Poland were suspended Mbnday, It
Health of People Is First
Consideration Says Ma
loney. Business Men Must
Dispose of Garbage.
l'otlowingl a setveral 1lay' ;nsp;.'
ntn lt; Fire thieof Fred Marltn of th.
lii.-, in this ilty wheto egarbiive ha
S.ru li-trmitted to accu uuiilate sincl.
r:-i- refusal oIf the - iarT' t nr e lt il
'. 1 npl0oy i I city to iwort wihjti
Vo y cat! lot cet their pe) tliarrlllllis
-hed, t'h CollOection havlin; t reachel
:. u ,rotp!l Lto n- t0 o t rl'ot tU111,11
., C lef M .t l t iIle1 . to ili,
. t of pr,,l rty lat on \V. 11. \t:
In t ._ : e ll tihe ll It i tg oi ld l til
h'. _M art'.::.
`.,i t- i.-i : l -. :ll'.h :' i r] T'' illd iliot llS it
' : .- r""tý t` o(i. t .'tiltl l i t llt i '
iJ , r- ttdr r .. t - :r oo tc o if t' ofI
: T . -f i i da ri tl . l~ tllli i
...' 'thi - Tie s of111
.-,.. - " , " y lvtie liable to
.. --. . ... . . .\. , A l') )lrop tl ,
.iiii to co i( ilply
- - . . . l ti on: shall be li
- - . . -:.i ,ri t teition, anld
o0 r" t iin conforTiitl
r. r-ulated ind agrt ed
-. -., t t .l ! ; l n w icich 1o conll
T',lic ii' l i ini'irited.
.' ordtr was late yester
r:caln issued to hbief of Po
:- i -M:i phy. rtequestiing hinmI to
S :lie : thfTicrs to notify all bus
:...e i ani. ptrop.'rty iowners anti
..:: x as wetll. who have been lh vt
e -h t .a to collectl in front ol
thei-r premises on main thorough
1o-. t it;lt T'lusth T u Itir ove (tle
' Illt 't.ras the practice of per
S'tin"n suich accuiliulation. As it tio
- f this ord.-r Chief Murphy is
- -d1 to patrollni-u a notice requtiring
- i- to s.t. to the observan(e of lthe
aTi :aT .
.1 .ys alnd Means.
The wavy and means colmmiltee of
of the city council ti et yesteirday aft
ernoon for the prpose of considelr
ing, with the mayor, the question of
the budgt for the conling yearl. Later
the comnimittee held a session, contid
ered various tnatters lhat will have
to ie acted on1 later when the OOml
mtittee is advised by the city attorney
11as to what extent the Conntlittee Ilyl
The other questions thatl will coni
befiore thel rays ave lld m ans Cill lili
.oo wviii Ie 1takn up in accordlance
Wvilli whatever situatioin imigit atli..e
1and this comiiilitteeo will Ibe it s s551io
for tiprolaiibly two wieeks.
CAMPBELL IS RELEASED
Efforts to see Joe Kennedy, local
I. W. W. secretary, who was arrested
on an immllligration charge Wedlnes
day morning, have been Iunsuccess
ful so far. Nobody lha been Der
mitted to see him. although United
States Officer Blaldwin has pronlised
thal Kennedy can be interviewed
after three days have expired.
Runmors were afloat yesterday
lhat a charge other than alienage
might be made and an investigation
of lKennedy's draft record is in prog
ress. At the headquarters of Metal
Mine Workers' Industrial Union No.
SOU it was generally believed, how
ever. that no flaw exists in Ken
Ii.dy's registration record.
'Tom Campbell, president of the
Metal Mine Workers' union (inde
pentdent), who was reported held yes
terday, was released later in the day.
('ampbell, who surrendered himself
voluntarily, was questioned by of
ficials of the immigration depart
ment relative to Ihis recent strl'ike
activities. Whether he will te sum
moned by the federal authorities
again, has not been made clear.
GOLDEN WEST CAFE
OPENS AFTER FIRE
Taking advantage of tlb: disrup
tion of business caused by a sicallI
fire in the kiitchen a week ago, the
proprietors of the Golden West cafe
at 227 S. Main. have had the preni
ises thoroughly renovated and are
again open for business. This is
one of the few South Main street
restaurants equipped to cater to any
class of trade, their place being
fitted with counter, tables and
AN ASSAl'IT ON INDIEIPENDEN('E.
It may be vain to distinguish be
tween the foul birds that roost in the
foul nest of special privilege politics,
but if we were to make a distinction.
we would award it to one Archibald
Stevenson of the military intelligence
Under the pretense of disclosing
persons working with the former
enemies of the country and of pro
tecting the country in a way long
since brought to a conclusion, this
particular bird is attempting to
discredit persons of independent
The setting of this loathsome work
is a senate committee to investigate
German propaganda, and in auswer
to leading questionl put by senators.
he reads off lists of names of lead
ing men and women who have shown
more or less independence of special
privilege and its dictation.
There is not even the pretense that
they are or were pro-Gernla. ,h
Ire allegees ýAetttM 'hokI 11dicai
views. - -
But the setting is such that the big
THE EVER GROWING LIST OF REAL LIVE
BULLETIN * ADVERTISERS
IS PROOF POSITIVE OF THE "PUTLLING POWER" OF BULLETINADVERTISING. IF
YOUR FIRM NAME DOES NOT APPEAR ON THIS LIST MR. MERCHANT, PHONE 52 FOR
OUR AD AlAN, AS THIS IS THE "DAILY SHOPPING GUIDE" OF 20,000 BUTTE ADULTS.
AUTO REPAIRt CHIROPRACTIC HABERDASHER POOL ROOMS
SHOPS 'Flora W. Emery Dollar Shirt Shop, Lambro's Pool Hall,
Pattron & Curri, Room 9. Silver Bow Block. Rialto Theater Bldg. 42 E. Park St.
Patterson & Currie,
Mercury and Montana.
Mrhy30 East Platinum. CIGARS HATS FOR MEN RESTAURANTS
South Side Auto Garage, The J. A. Cigar, Spokane Cafe,
2124 Cobban Street. Union Made. Nickerson, The Hatter, 111 . Main street.
McGrew Service Shop, Leland Cafe,
Corner Second and Utah. 72 East Park street.
Lacey Auto Repair and Service CEMENT WORK Mozom Cafe,
CEMEN WORaK HARDWARE 29 W. Broadway.
112 S Utah. CEMETERY COPING Crystal Cafe,
1126 Utah. Maurice F. Kiley, Sewell' Hardware,
Grand Avenue Repair Shp, Maurice . Kiley, Sewell's Hardware, 69 East Park Street.
Corner Harrison and 1109 W. Woolman. 221 East Park street. Walkers (Branch) Cafe,
Grand. Shiners, Furniture, E. Park and Arizona.
Butte Carraige Works, DAIRIES 75 East Park Street. Bank Cafe,
30 to 56 E. Silver St. 107 S. Arizona.
Crystal Creamery, Golden West Cafe,
ASSAYERS 459 B. Park street. ICE CREAM PAR- 227 s. Main.
LOBS, CANDIES, Etc. Handley's Cafe,
Lewis & Walker, Assayers, DRUGGISTS 326 N. Wyoming.
108 N. Wyomlng street. Olympia Fruit Co.,
Jaceues Drug Co., 14 N. Dakota St.
AUTOS BOUGHT 1967 Harrison avenus. REAL ESTATE
AND SOLD DANCING LESSONS JEWELERS Sarles & Girroir,
S DANCING LESSONS Real Estate,
d. H. Rupert, Montana Jewelry Co., 354 Phoenix Bldg.
E.228 H . Arizona St. New Moose Hall, Opticians, Etc., Wulf Realty Co.,
228 S. Arizona St. _ 71W East Park Avenue. 73 East Park street. 106 W. Granite St.
People's Loan Office,
AUTO PAINTING DENTISTS 28 o East Park street,
Brodie, the Jeweler, SHOES
Butte Carriage Works,' C. A. Pankey, Dentist, 40 East Park street.
30 to E. Silver St. 11 W. Park street. & Jewelry Co.Chicago Shoe Store,
Union Dentists, 21 East Park Street.street.
BAN S Third Floor Rialto Bldg. Walkover Shoe Co.
_BANK_ Dr. S. Herman, Dentist. Towle-Winterhalter-Hann4iln 46 W. Park Street.
Yegen Bros., Bankers, 404-5 Phoenix Bldg. 101Company,
Prk and Dak tretPowell Jewelry Co., SECOND-HAND FUR
EXPRESS AND 112 N. Main St. NITURE
BUTCIIERS TRANSFER. I. Simon,
21 North Main.
21 North Main. Charles Noland,
Schumaer Meat Co., Flats Transfer Co., 105 West Galena St.
Tr18 E. Pscott Corner, 2600 Harrison Ave. LADIES' TAILOR
EB. Park and Grant. SPECIALISTS
Western jMeat Co.,,, FISHING TACKLE o'Brien, Ladies' Tailor, SPECIALISTS
121 E. Park St. 422 Phoenix blcLk..
Independent Market, RODMAKING, ETC. E. Zah,. Dr. W. H. Halan,
203 South Main. 504 W. Park 71 West Park St.
Liberty. "arket, Ted Ross,
401 S. Main St. 73 W. Park Street. LADIES' SHOE REPAIRING
Main Street Market, LADIES'
107 S. Mnain St... FIRE INSURANCE GARMENTS Tip Top Shoe Shop,
________________423 N. Main
BAKERIES Sarles & Girroir, Real Estate, Populr Ladies' Garment Store,
s_86_354 Phoenix bldg. Park Street. TAILORS
Manhattan Bakery, __ _
205 W. Park.
Dahl's Bakery, FURNITURE LAUNDRY Bernard Jacoby, Tailor,
107 N. Montana Street. 19 ½ S. Dakota street.
Royal Bakery, Shiner's, .Furniture, Independent Laundry, Montana Tailors,
20 South Main. 76 E. Park street. 232 S. Main Street. 425 N. Main street.
Home Baking Co., B. Kopald Co., Furniture, E. Zahl, Tailor,
Olympia St. 58 West Broadway. MUSIC HOUSES 604 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,Main t. 62 West Park Street.
BARBER SH S 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 TPalace Clothing & Shoe Store, 431½ S. Arizona St.
Room,. TABLES 63-55 E. Park St. Big 4,
210 North Main St. Montana Clothing and Jewelry 17 W. Park St.
Park Barber Shop, People's Fruit Co., Company,
86 N. Park. 39 East Park. 103 S. Arizona. 43Scotch Woolen Millst.
43 East Park St.
Fair Barber Shop, 329% So. Paul Rask,
Arizona. GROCERIES 331 E. Park St ,
O. K. Store. TEAS, COFFEES,
BUSINESS Allen's Grocery, 24 E. Park Bt. SPICES
1204 E. Second street. louchers,
INSTITUTES Kermode, Groceries, 27 W. Park St. Grand Union Tea Co.,
21 East Park street. 28 W. Broadway.
Butte College of Telegraphy, Poynter's Cash Store, MILLN ERY
Lewisohn Bldg. 1854 Harrison.
Shannon Grocery. Hughes Millinery, UNDERTAKERS
609 South Main. 649 Utah Avenue.
ATERIES S. F. T. A. Cash Grocery, Larry Duggan, Undertaker,
RE( 'l I ARGED 627 East Galena Street. 322 North Main street.
Truscott's, PHOTOGRAPHY Daniels & Bilboa, Undertakers.
Montana lHittry Station, East Park and Grant. 1z5 East Park street.
224 S Arizona. Ames Grocery, Thomson's Park Studio,
Butte Battery Co., 316½ N. Main St. 217 East Park Street.
119 S. .Montana St. Hanson's Cash Grocery, VULOANIZING
T. J. McCa in rthy, St. OPTICIANS J. L. Mathiesen, Vulcanilng,
CLOTII ES CLEANING 64 E. Broadway. 40 East Galena.
n RESS Montana Jewelry Co., W.J. Trudgeon,
ANI) PRESSING McCarthy-Bryant & Co., Opticians, Etc., Gates' "Half-Sole" Tiree,
311-319 East Pak Street. 78 East Park St. 45 East Galena.
Bernard Jacoby, Arizona Cash Market. Towle-Winterhalter-Hancan
19 g S. Dakota Street. 429 S. Arizona St. Towle-WCnterhalter-Hannicy
Bishop Bros., 101 W. Park St. VARIETIES
CLOTHIING AND TAI- 180 Walnut st. Powell Jewelry co.,* Lambert's Variety Store,
LORING FOR MEN GENTS' FURNISH-N. Main t. e art tre
ig 4 Tiior, INGS OUTFITTERS WELDING
17 West Park Street.
Allen & Darnell, " Murphy Money Back Store, Francis J. Early, Vulcan Welding Works,
207 East Park. 65 E. Park St. 715-719 E. Front St. 116-118 S. Wyoming
press can campaign against them as
enemies of the naticn.
Particularly 'v"i";as is the mtention
of many colleg, Irofessors.
Independentl mn n this profession
are few Iea)tu> ~f the domileering
tactics of speri;l ipiterests on the
boards of Irust,,
They have& h. rd lime to de even
mildly prog re v,. i
This Sten n ,tta k, therefore,
will enable tI hal, d f truStees to
fume against :;.". rou ageo s men.
Th'e tr'll?,., will be gIe8daliled
that one of n ,., 1fese tall beeii
mentioned ia ,, reputitable"
There will be a new excuse for fir
ing many of them. as Scott Nearing
was fired from Pennsylvania univer
sity by Pennsylvania politicians.
But Stevenson has so overplayed
his hand in this despicable business
that a child can see the game.
On his list are mild Quaker minis
ters who took an interest in seeing
that conscientious objectors were bet
On his list is the Nonpartisan
league, lugged in by vicious distor
tion £t the- fats. .. . .
On his IIst is Miss Jane Addams,
head resident of Hull hbuse in Ctd
cago, who has spent her whole life
in improving the conditions of the
poor and who is held with particular
reverence by all the social workers
of the country.
On his list is Frederic C. Howe,
commissioner of immigration and au
thor of many valuable books on re
The prescribed list of special privi
lege thus becomes the honor list in
the minds of all independent think
But we have not mentioned the
We made a mistake in taking the
word ftthe kept press that this foul
bird was head of the military intel
Secretary Baker declares Steven
son has never been either an officer
or an employe of that bureau.
The guilt of the deception and the
foulness of the act rest heavily on
the senate committee.-Producers'
News, Plentywood. Mont.
Register, and get your
friends to register, or you Can't
vote at the primaries in the