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For nearly twenty-five years my clothes have added to
the splendor and manly appearance in many of the
grand and magnificent St. Patrick's Day parades and
festivities. This year I am even better than ever pre
pared to serve you, but must ask that you also do your
part in giving your ordier early, so as not to be disap
pointed when the great holiday arrives.
It Takes Time to Make Good Clothes
I MAKE: SUITS NOW FROM $17.50 TO $60.00. FOR
I MAKE THE BEST SUIT IN BUTTE
Yours for success
BIG 4 TAILOR. 17 W. PARK ST.
LEM YOCK SAYS
HE NO SABBY
( Iy United Press.)
San Francisco. Feb. 25.-Lem
Yock, proprietor of a Chinese lot
tery, sold some tickets and went to
jail; then he bought some tickets
and got out of jail. No wonder he
said, when he left the police court
"Ale no sabby. Policeman say I
sell tickets; I go to jail. Judge he
say I no buy tickets, 1 stay jail.
The Celestial was takell into court
on a charge of selling lottery tickets.
Police Judge Oppenhoeil allowed
him his freedom upon the condition
that he purchase 10 tickets to the
pIolicemen's annual ball.
DR. C. A. PANKEY
RELIABLE DENTISTRY-In fact
the beet that can be had in Butte.
Honest Work at an Honest Price.
Open Evening. Until 8:30.
Lizz"e Blk., 11 3 NW. Park St.
Walk a Block and
SAVE A DOLLAR
Tl',liaing at the
tIarrlison and Harvwu'd
J. R. BECKY
Groceries and Meats
I'hone 4409-W\V 2701 Elm St.
The Finest in Butte
Max Vitt, Prop. 203 WV. Park St.
Ladies' and Gents' Suits Made to
Order Here in the Shop.
Journeyman Tailor. Union Shop.
4311 2 S. Arizona. Phone 3552-W.
S. F. T. Cash Grocery
The most for your money.
627 E. Galena Phone 5215-W
HIGH QUALITY, LOW
PRICES, RAPID SERVICE
72 E. PARK ST.
FISHED IN VAIN TERSELY CHARACTERIZED LONG LIVED SEEMS UNLIKELY COULDNT GO AFTER IT WHAT DID SHE MEAN? HER IDEA
Mrs. F.-Ycu wouildn't suppo "The new parson is very amiable." The good die young-this may ehe hasnt kept pace with her " shall get my r "That fellow i alway getting the
that I 'had a con, in schol, wosld Be shall get my reward from "g am a patron of at.
you? "oodn.se gra~ious." Be true regardi. folks, husband." Heaven." "One could tell that by your face cart before the horse."
Mr. Blunt-No, ineed. I h-d , But we arisen't teo sýay ,What do you mean? Hasn't she "Then it will have to be sent to de"Then why doesn't he try an to
idea a1 yvour c; :::. m::1.t 1 i' been atbe to spend his money as fast you." mobile?
thrLh % a.... .as his sary was raie* - -
BUTTE BRIEFS t
$100 reward will be paid to any- ,
one proving we do not put in the D
best mainspring for $1. °Mayer, 37 p
North Main street.-Adv. a
Word was received here yesterday tl
by J. W. Duncan, 711 West Broad- t
way, of the sudden death of his t
daughter, Pauline, aged 20 months, e
at Los Angeles, Cal. Mrs. Duncan, o
with the baby, had been visiting g
friends in Los Angeles at the time. cl
The body was tremnated. p
Morse Overgaard Hansen. the 2
month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ras- n
mus Hansen of Carolina avenue, was a
baptized at the manse of the Im- -
manuel Presbyterian church last
night by the .pastor, the Rev. It. G.
Mrs. William Fergus of Great
Falls, the synodical president of the
Woiiiattn' Mtissionary societies of
Montana, will meet with the First
P'resbyterian society this afternoon
in the church lipalors. t
A son ea·s born to 11 r. and Mrs. s
I llian s . Iilowar, 11 Sunview te'- c
iace, North W\al lierville. Saturday. s
The funeral of Mrs. Angelina t1li
thews was conducted by the Rev. It..!
G. Wtilliams today at 2 o'clock. I
It \,a, announced last night that <
I the dance under hI.e direction of i
Joseph Corby auxiliary No. 1,. Spain
ish war veterans, which was to have t
been hel Feb. 14, but had to be
bo'tponed, will take pllae niext Satur- i
'day evening at Boulevartd fire hall. (
Tickets bought for the function set
for Ft b. 14 will be honored.
Fire completely destroyed thel
change house at the Sarslield mine
of the North Butte company late last
night. Besides the building, whichl
I was valued at $500, fully covered by 1
illnsurance, the clothes of sevell nten n
working the night shift were burnetd.
The origin of the fire is not known.
l'here was no hpersoln near the build
ing at the time, but the flames soon
I attracted tmen working near the col
lar of the shaft back in the moutlh of
Woodville canyon. They tried to ex
tinguish the flanmes, but could only
succeed in keeping them from
epreading to nearby buildings.
P'olice officers entered the Iona
pool hall on South Main street last
night and arrested 25 men on
charges of vagrancy. Most of this
number spent the night in the cells.
A few deposited bonds of $25 and
wete t'eleased. The raid was mltade by
IDetectives Morrissey, Casey, Larkin,
Cusiclk, Morrison and Wesson.
Miss Alice Cummins, 22 years old,
died yesterday at her home, 301;0
Quincy avenue. She leaves her
mother, Mrs. John Cummins, three
sisters, Mrs. Herbert Culuer, "Mrs
Edward Kitner and Miss Elizabeth
Culniuins, and follr brothers, John;
James and Edward of Butte and
Charles, with the American troops in
SEllE AUTO WORKS
(Special United Press XWire.)
Berne, Feb. 25.-The Spartacans
have seized the Benz automobile
works at Mannheim and are supply
ing themselves with machines,
according to dispatches.
All conmmunication between Mann
heinm and Karlshrue has been cut.
J Use Bulletin want ads.
_port N ews
Death Taus on Shoulder of
"Big Jim" Pickens, the
World's Champion Drill
er; Well Known Here.
A message from Mammnouth, Ariz.,
announcing the death of James Pick
ens, brought sorrow to thousands of
miners in Arizona, Nevada, and
"Big Jim," as he was known to
his friends, was a member of the
famous drilling team of Pickens and
Page, chalmpion drillers of the
A giant in stature, standing 6 feet
4 inches in his stocking feet, and
weighing 255 pounds in condition.
brave as a lion, as speedy as a ban
Pickens and Page were the unlde
feated champions of the world from
1907 until death tapped Big Jim on
Drilling used to be the sport at
every celebration in mining districts.
During their career Pickens and
Page won $50,000 in purses and bets,
and a monster gold cup in Madison
Square gardens. The president of
the A. C. M. offered $500 4. addition
to the purses to any team from Mon
tana to beat Pickens and Page, and
even went so far as to send a team
of drillers back to Madison Square
gardens to compete in the world's
champion drilling contest, but they
proved to be but amateurs compared
to Pickens and Page.
Big Jim is dead. The world may
never see his equal. Peace to his
VACS AND DISTURBERS
BEFORE POLICE JUDGE
Alleged vagrants and disturbers of
the peace were before Police Judge
P. J. Whitty yesterday in short ses
sions of the municipal conurt, several
of them drawing fines. W. W. Wil
son, charged with disturbance, for
feited his bond, as did a man and a
woman, charged with being drunk,
while Jale Winkle was filled $10 on
a charge of being intoxicated. De
spite the supposition that Butte is
dry, an occasional case where over
indulgence has heen the cause of
arrest is brought to the attention of
James Williams and Jerome Schiff
were fined $50 on city vagrancy
charges. Charles Jaffki and Cleo
Muntzer were fined $10 each on city
vagrancy charges while Harvey
lBoyer was sentenced to 10 days in
jail on a state vagrancy charge.
Ivan McKibbin and Harvey Walk
er were each given a 30-days' jail
sentence on a state swagrancy charge,
but sentence was suspended on con
dition they leave town.
(1y Unitedt Iress.)
Melbourne, Jan. 28.-By Mail.)--
That the Spanish influenza epidemic
which has attacked the antipodes is
radically diffeent from the type of
the disease prevalent elsewhere in
the world, is the belief of Dr. Rob
ertson. chairman of the board of
health for Victoria, Australia.
Dr. Robertson points out that the
rate of mortality in Australia is low.
The state of New South Wales and
Victoria have declared quarantine
against the diseases which is char
acterized as "pneumonia influenza,"
causing all metropolitan theaters,
dance halls, and meeting places to be
closed. The New South Wales cab
inet has decided that the wearing of
anti-influenza masks be made com
Since Jan. 21 only 337 new cases
of the disease were reported in Mel
bourne, with only 27 deaths result
ing. There were only 12 cases in
Sydney, two of them being consid
Premier Clemenceau may be play
ing some foxy game of politics, but
we would like to know what founda
tion there is for his recent statement
that "I am told that some of these
gallant American soldiers, who lived
in trenches, slept in dugouts and
burrowed in the mud in devastated
and war-torn France, when they
crossed the Rhine and in an unde
vastated land found clean beds and
baths, rather regret that they fought
on the side of freedom and would
rather have fought on the side of the
murdering Germans." No wonder
there is talk of moving the peace
conference from Paris.
POST TEAM IS
Scores for Night's Play Re
turn Victory of the Two
Out of Three Games From
The Daily Post bowling teamn tookl
two out of three gales tfrout the
Mountaina State Telephone teait, last
night at the Marquette alleys and v
Anderson took high honors both for
the high score and a;verage. Tonight.
the little league outside of the (cott-'
tuercial organization. the telepltone
aggregation, will keep the pin boys
busy. Tomorrow night the Mludro
and Connell teams will try for their
adventure into the standing of the
Wiegand ........161 15: 157 471
Davis ..............161 17u 190 521
Donnelly .......... 101 121 115 337
Nichols ......... 174 163 157 404
Anderson ....... 176 178 195 549
Totals ..... 733 785 814 2372
Gilboy ........... 163 135 168 466
B. Ahles ..........140 156 155 451
Maher ............153 104 145 402
Marx ..........163 165 163 491
J. Jovick ........175 162 118 455
Totals ........749 722 749 2265
Bulletin Phone No. Is 52
Mir. Hlooper, who is daily discov
ering distress in Armenia should
comne home and look into some of
the back alleys of our tenement dis
I)EAT~ll ANt) I'tNEIIAI.iN.
I'opish---The funeral of the late
Jacob Popish, age l50 years, will take
Dlace tomlorrow (Wednestlday) 1orn I
ing at 9 o'clock at the aimoily resi
dence, 2300 Silver Iow street, pro
ceeding Io St. Anni's c:hurcllh. where
tmass will hIe, celebrated at 9:30
o'clock. , I ntertieti.t in the Holy Cross
cenletetV \r'. Popish was a ttmett
ber of.fthe Austrian lodge No. 14,
Saint John the Baptist society.
Monohan ('atherie Mionohan
(Sister Mary St. Celestinel, aged 23
years, died last evening. Relatives
in the east have been communicated
with and the funeral anolllluncement
will appear later.
Itayley-The remains of the late
Joseph Rayley. aged 27 years, who
died this morning, are at Duggan's
undertaking parlors. Funeral an
Reliable Undertaker and Embalmer
828 North Main Street
Cummlilings Alice Ann Cummings,
aged 22 years, (lied yesterday morn
ing at her late residence, 3030
Quincey street. The remains are at
the Daniels & Hilboa funeral parlors.
Funeral will take place tomorrow
morning at 9:30.
DANIELS & BILBOA
Undertakers and Embalmers
125 East Park St., Butte. Phone 888
Residence Phone 4817-W.
Anto and Carriage Equipment
In the district court of the Second
Judicial district of the state of
Montana in and for the county of
In the matter of the application of
the Schumacher 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. 23, 1919, a
voluntary petition praying that the
Schumacher company, a Montana
corporation, be dissolved by the
judgment of the above entitled court.
was filed in the above entitled court
and matter and that any person may
file his objections to the application
in said court and matter at any time
within :;b days after the first publi
cation of this notice.
Dated Jan. 23, 1919.
(Seal. i OTIS LEE,
By Leonard E. Thomas, Deputy.
Clerk of the above, entitled court.
EFUStE lOYD GEOR GE
(Speci al United l'r,:: \\'ire.)
London. V, 1 . ) 2. - opro nta
ti\es of (he t'1ip,1 alli:tllc, the m iln -
;ts, railway imen and tel iphonlle worn;
orlys, a to loe tin:l t(o l;lo i it a coni
b)01e made upon 1he111 n nd to
decide whether a G"i t iral strike s hill
The mainr0' dit niot yield an inch i
last night's parliamnt ill o et'ing, re
plying to Lloyd a.rice's of.fr to corn
(Special ulnitd P'i 're5s Wi'r.)
lerne, Feb. 25-.- )lb o lshevik dis
orders have brolen out ill Gratcz, the
capital of Styria. and it form ", rov
ince of Austria-Hungary, where se
vere fighting is in progress, accord
ullg to latest advices.
Students, with bolshevist tenden
cies, are said to be using machine
guss against the government forces,
who have been reinforced by work
Bulletin Boosters should patronize
iA W i~lord'1ha 15
in Adance ents
, :., . i ý iij
i i: '. Buy or
a I il ice, vac' lli lot () r a l'Iu let o(,I )r li ll(, \ a111} l-.\A l
YOu ('al Juy r se(I a1 y 'L l -ro (1rjIL y 1 ,\ ' r
teriLLs 11t()111h 1h11(s (()olunL LIis.
BulletinWant Ads BringResults
MALE HELP WANTED
ARE YOU SICK OR CRIPPLED?
A few treatments of CHIIROPRAC
TIC will relieve you. At any rate
give it a trial. Quit drugs. Avoid
the operation. See Flora W. Emery,
Room 9 Silver Bow block.
RETURNED SOLDIERS wishing to
advertise for work can use the
want ad columns of the Daily Bul
letin free of charge. Do, not be
backward in taking advantage of this
offer, we are glad to be of service Lto
WHY hunt rooms, when you can get
them in any part of the city at any
price. Muller hotel, opposite Mil
waukee depot, phone 777. Stevens
block, 144 W. Park, phone 755. Dor
othy block, 101 E. Granite., p. 457.
One management , Mrs. E. Paxson.
FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms
for housekeeping. 716 Madison St.
2 FURNISHED housekeeping rooms
with bath. 510 1/ W. Galena.
FOR 1NT'' ---Three-room furnished
cotiage; close in. 51:: W. Broad
FOR RE'NT' )One 4-,(in house, fur
nished. $20s. or ullfufrnished for
$1.6. 2522 S. .lain t. Phone
FOR RENT lFeu-ro.i house, mod
ern. Phon. 2a41-'.
I - GARAGES FOR RENT
LARGE BUILDING, good location
for garage; close in. 1424-26-28
Harrison ave. Apply James M. Ab
rams, on property. Will lease.
17th OF MARCH
' \\~ I ! \\. vil . ( I..'e i t \\ l ' I i we
A HEAVY BLUE SERGE
at th. special price of
THE I II AI I PRICEIll S IS $1.i00
\Vc atk hove a bi- lie. h I' f iiu calllril-fur Tailc-M.t ide
:'itsi 11 Ii iii IIk biIy I \ I i IIe
THE FASHION TAILORING
M. MORRIS, Proprietor. 47 WEST PARK ST.
MUNICH BOURGEOIS PRESS
OUT OF COMMISSION
(Special United Press Wirtl.
Berlin, Feb. 25.-WVith the restor- '
ation of order in Munich under the
administration of the newly formed
soviet government, the Bourgeois
press; is reported to have been pro
hibited front publishing for 10 days.
Martial law has been proclailted
in Augsburg following the calling of
a general strike there.
tOl. 1RN'1NT--4 acres. 5-1oo111 house
and chicken houses; 5 minultes'
walk from car line.' Inquire 915 Del
FOR RENT-- Three-ruonl modern
liat. lnquir. at 915 D)elaware.
'O1 SALE l--Thrl -room lhouSse, lot
311x90 . 750 \V. Steelo st. Ilonse
FORl SALE- Canadian Pacific Itail
way irrigated fariLs; 20 years to
pay. Farm Lands Co., 115 N. SlMain,
3-ROOM house on two lots; a bar
gain. Apply owner, 1945 S. Wy
omning st. I'hone 5403-J.
HEYNOLDS & SYPHIIER
Real estate, fire insurance, at lowest
rates. Money to loan on real
estate. Phone 1665, 84-85 Uwsley
CITY EGGS, 75c dozen. 215 WV. Mer
cury or the Big Green Coop, Co
UNREDEEMED watches at a sac
rifice at Uncle Sam's Loan office.
11 S. Vyoming st.
FURNITURE FOR SALE
FORI SALE ---Furniture of 3 )rom ..
very reasollnal le; all ill good con
dition. Apply at 120 Jay st.
FOlR SAILE --- l'rniture this week at
youllr owII ptrice. \ViWe must hIIave
the room for other fIurit ire. ('has.
Nolalld, 105 W. Calenua, the new
PIANOS FOR SALE.
FOR SA-l,--Kimball pian-. nearly
nIw. conditi(on l lerfect. C'all 111
IKANSAS g, i, P, WANTS
CAMPBELL AS SPEAKER
(Special United Press Wire.)
\Washingion, Feb. 25.-The Kan
sas house dolegation has decided to
nlominate Representative Campbell
for speaker of the next house at the
republican caucus Thursday, it was
Say you saw it advertised in the
Still on the Job
PRICES ON FURNITURE
CAN AFFORD TO PAY
105 WEST GALENA ST.
"The New Sccond-lland Store"
FIVE THOUSAIND WORKERS
wanted to b1y $5 worth of stock
in The Bulletin Pulblishidng Co.
MONEY TO LTOAN
MO\INEY advanced on Liberty bonds,
dia1molds, watches, jewelry and
other articles of value; square deal.
Seople's Loan office, 28 ½ E. Park.
MONEY LOANED at 3 per cent. Dia
mondsf, Jewelry, Liberty bonds.
Mose Linz, upstairs Jewcler.
't !ONOU(l APil RECORDS EX
('iIANGEl)--Victor and Columbia
reeordis in good condition exchanged,
10 cents each. Record Exchange,
3291, S. Arizona st.
Friends we feed,
Friends we meet,
Come to the "Pony"
Chile to eat.
THlE CLASSIC CHILI PARLOR, 210
N. Main st. Chili, light lunches,
etc. Open day and night.
AUTOS FOR HIRE.
SEVEN-PASSENGER Chandler Se
dan. A. G. Nyman. Phone 5642-J.
Hemstitching and Braiding
BIRAIDING, hemstitching and picot
ing. 101 Pennsylvania block. M.
LEWIS & WALKER, assayers and
chemists, 108 N. Wyom ug. Phone
HAVE your children's hair cut at
E. J. Swaidner's barber shop,
13.3 'A W. Broadway.
LOUVI E cafe--All meals reduced.
Special dinner 30c. 10 W. Galena.
tl----~-. UU-- .- ,,
CLEANERS AND DYERS
e AMElUCAN Dyeing & Cleaning Wks.
13.41 Harrison ave. Phone 131.
Pianos Tuned and Repaired
GUYON. 600 S. Clark Ave. 6585-J.
v Bulletin Want Ads CG';
Results. Phone 52