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17th OF MARCH
7oul ll \\alilt illtt liew suiit. O irder i iow I ur this week
o1ly w e lte o el'erinig a
A HEAVY BLUE SERGE
at the Slleciall price of
EI;L RLREGULAR I'PRIi. IS $15.00
WeV ls, Iih a bit i lihue of unricalldl-fori Taiiloir-Made
ulits atemirkably'l Lu\ow Figures
THE FASHION TAILORING
M. MORRIS, Proprietor. 47 WEST PARK ST.
-ail m'lll iillillqlli·· li· ni li m . n i . . .
Mill, Srmeltcr and Surface Work
rs'" union holds regular meetings
each Friday at 7:30 at 101 South
Idaho tlreet. All mill, smelter and
surface workers are requested to at
If You Can't Come
Grocery and Meat Store
64 E. BROADWAY
For the best values in
Absolutely fresh eggs AO
Friday for, doz ... ............. 40c
No. 10s Silver Leaf $2 75
Lard (extra special)..
Full quart jars "Rasp- 7
berry" jam U..................... 70 C
9S8-lb. sack Rex flour, extra
quality; on sale today $565
for ...... . ......... .. ,
98-1b. sack "Como" flour, made
by the Russell-Miller Co. of
North Dakota (extra
special ................ 590
Fancy wrapped breakfast bacon
(ext ra special), per 35c
A small ad in this
paper every week will
keep your trade in touch
with your store. It will
bring imore trade aidl hold
it far better than a full page
insertion once or twice a
The ilre O lyou1 adveertise the
mllore business you get. And
tlhat muclrh mIore business
melas . sto.trte will have
to grow to accomiinodate
To Ihel you grow we livre
contracted for the Bonnet
Brown sales Service. .
The B. B. monog;rm stanids
for Bigger asid Better bisi
ness for you. .
Our ad l an will be pleased
to call and show you liow
this service can help your
business grow. -
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RCME0N EXPERT ICONdlIDRATE TOO MUCH
OTROUB OME DON'T HE WLS FULL, M Joyure - NowOSLYOL
SHe promisedh h for. TOO a We I' ansir, tk- about MOYLY COLD.
I ltune in her own nof efa Id ko et you for pt n Wer "
Shaeni oo na ' o fu ni o fal experii nt mhaking fun they pl eant? 'uae heat and
lokt fine.o hr, but fl a n yIgh t . ot mympuetache hBlIst back o
T h a t' the nThanr ie . I l n h wVS wned a gI'irls dI .o , Pleaunt enough hC n rmy
I ylr withrtore-.r than yo o taU Ma weet- l they wanted to
S allprw iodatt. arnd r two neve . Jeer at I.v on e all
no performance. yer - yits nl whn th t.
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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 Main street.-Adv.
Word was received here yesterday
by Neal O'Donnell, his brother, to the
effect that Ed O'Donneil, for years a
member of the police department,
has been operates on for all ear af
fliction and is seriously ill at Los
Angeles. The telegram was from
Mtrs. Ed O'Donnell. Mr. O'Donnell
has been in poor health for some
time and recently secured a leave of
absence from the city council.
Mose Lafontise, a well-known res
ident of this city, yesterday filed as
a democratic candidate fdr police;
judge: He was formerly, in his
younger days well known as a boxer,
but quit the ring years ago and liar
since worked as a miner.
Mrs. Helen Geirriern, 60 years of
age, died yesterday morning at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Maud
Sullivan, 324 South Jackson street.
A native of Ireland, Mrs. Geirriern
had been a resident of Butte for the
last three years. The body is at a
local undertakers, awaiting funeral
A suit was yesterday instituted in
the office of the clerk of the district
court by William Weir for a divorce
from his wife, May Weir, to whom h1
was married in October, 1912, at
Pleasant Plains, Ill. Desertion is
Mrs. D. G. Bertoglio yesterday an
nounced that Dec. 7, 1918, she se
cured a divorce from D. G. Bertoglio,
the court granting her the right to
resume her maiden name, Kate
The Ladies' Aid society of the Gold
Hill Lutheran church, 51 West Cop
per street, was entertained last night
at 8 o'clock in the hall by Mcsdames
J. Russell and J. Anthonseun
J. G. Trkla and Sam Coolizs were
fined $10 each in the city police court
yesterday on a charge of gambling.
The two men were arrested the tiigiht
before on complaint of Mike Maritza.
who told the police that while play
ing "black jack" with them Trkla
had used a small mirror in his liand
to distinguish the cards he was deal.
ing. Maritza testified lie lost $25
in the game..
The educational board, consisting
of Mrs. Nellie Small, Mrs. Margaret
Hogan and Miss Deborah Gibbons,
will meet today and tomorrow, with
sessions beginning at 9 o'clock each
morning, to hold sessions in the of
flee of the county superintendent of
schools for the examination of candi
dates for second, first and profession
al certificates as teachers. This is
the last time the board will act, a
new haw having been passed by the
legislature at the present session pro
viding for a state board of examiners
and the dissolution of all boards at
The report of Thomas McHugh.
Samunel Barker Jr. and Philo C.
Hansen as appraisers of the estate
of Mrs. Lulu Largey Catron, who
died in California. some time ago,
was yesterdaiy filed at the office of
the clerk of the district court. The
estate consists of real property val
tied at $16,115 and personal property
in the sum. of $466,557.06, making
a.total of $482,672.06. The report
was stibmuitted by Attorney John E.
Mary McCarthy, a member of the
Isophomore class at the State univer
sity, has been forced to give up her'
studies for the present and return to
her homnd in Butte following a severe
attack of the influenza. She plans to
returi to schooJ for the third quar
Tom Campbell will leave Butte to
morrow for a short vacation.
Campbell is president of the inde
pendent union of metal mine work
ers and his ilaiohs during the strike
put him in a position where he needs
Contrary to rumors, Ton? is lear
ing the treasury here. He is not be.
inlg deported, bjut leaving on his own
Use BiUlletin want ads.
METAL TRAIIES -
WILL HELP OUT
Butte Council Will Help Get
Funds to Defend Pub
lishers of Montana's Only
At the regular meetijg of the
Butte Metal Trades council held last
night, the committee that has been
looking for suitablb quarters in
which to establish a Metal Trades
clui ooum, reported that such places
were liard to find, in spite of the
fact that so many locations were va
cated by the closing of the saloons.
The commnittee was instructed to coli
tinue their ifforts.
The delegate from the boilermak
ers' reported that one of their menn
bers had had considerable trouble
getting proper treatment for an in
jured. eye on his hospital contract.
This report brought out the fact that
there are many complaints of this
character about the hospitals and the
grievance committee was instructed
to take up the general proposition of
hospital contracts with the object of
On motion, the council endorsed
the action of Local No. 456. Black
smiths, in placing on the unfair list
a man workilig as a blacksmith for
the Butte and Main Range Copper
company who will not join the union.
The grievance committee was in
stru.cted to take the matter tip with
,Man.ager Paul Gow, and failing of ali
agreement, to have other mlembers
of. the council cease working for the
The secretary was instructed by
`motion to draft resolutions demand
ing of Presidenit Wilson, Secretary of
Labor Wilson and the congress of the
United States anitalile legislation to
provide for the immediate release of
all class war and political prisoners
in conformity with precedents estab
lished by the rest of the civilized
The following delegates were
named to act as a colmmittee to work
in conjunction with the Nonpartisan
league to initiate the recall of any
measures passed by this legislature
that are considered detrimental to
the interests of the workers: Mar
tin, Whittol, Sullivan.
A. motion was carried resolving the
entire council into a defense league
having for its object the raising of
funds to defray the expense of de
fending the members of the Bulletin
staff, two of whom are delegates to
the council, against the unwarranted
persecutions now being conducted.
Owing to a small attendance, the
election of officers was postponed one
week, when it will be brought up as
a special order of business.
The council adjourn*d at 9:20
CUIRWU SAII[S UUTI
A well known citizen of this city
made his way last night to the city
hall, the home of the Knights of the
After winding his way in and out
the alleys littered with garbage, he
at last got to the city hall. The
brother Knights were playing a. game
of freeze-out in the basement, and
the proposed. meeting failed to ma
terialize. So there was nothing left
for the ones who had come out in
spite of the snow and garbage in the
street, to do but go home and
wonder who the winner was in the
game in the basement of the city
Bulletin Boosters should patronize
White-The funeral of Montana,
infant daughter oL-Mr. and Mrs,
Charles White, will be held'. at the
Daniels & lilboa funeral chapel on
Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. In
terment in Mt. Moriah cemetery.
DANIELS & BILBOA
Underta~t*s and Embalj*~bg
a125 gt LPart St.,.Butte. Phone 8U8
eslideace Phone 4817.W.
Auto and c.Grriaoe .qinlunest
DEATIHS AND FUNERALS.
Poole-The funeral of the late
Charles Poole, aged 37 years, will
take place tomorrow, Friday morn-"
ing, at 10:30 o'clock at the family
residence, 355 East Broadway. Mass
will be -celebrated at 9 o'clock at
Sacred Heart church for the repose
of his soul. Interment in the Holy
Golombeck - Paul Golombeck,
aged 24 yearg, died last Thursday at
Idaho Falls,. Idaho. The funeral
will take place Satur,day morning at
10 o'clock atg aDggan's undertaking
parlors. Inte,' ent in the Holy
Reliable Undertdker and Embalmer
I89 Nti,, k.lm. n Street
The Bride Will Wear
(By United Press.1
London, Feb. 27. -- Princess
Pat's trousseau is British made.
The predomnlant color is blue.
It consists bJ' a great number of
gowns, ilicltiding gowns for danc
ing, tea and parties. 48 night
gowns, and petticoats galore.
One dancing gown has panelled
back apd.front in soft silver, wjth
gold liettiin' at the sides,. Be
neath the siler and gold are wide
Turkish trousers of oyster satin.
fringedi ar6tinhd'the ankles inl goild
The nightgpwns are of silk, blue
and laik, itllt white rabbit fur
Mucli of the lingerie is trimnied
with yellow ribbons.
London reports that the pay of
British sbldiera retained until a peace
footing is reached will be 21. shil
lings a veek," with board and lodg
Bulletin Want Ads Get
Results. Phone 52
NOTICE' TO CIEDITOItS.
Estate of James Ferriter, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by. the un
dersigned, administrator of the estate
of James Ferrlter, deceased, to all
the creditors' o. ad all persons hav
ing claiths against the said deceased,
to exhibit them, with the necessary
vouchers, within four months after
the first publicatiou of this notice, to
the said adminiilstrator at No. 341
East Broadway, Butte, Montana, the
same being ti.e place for the tramisic
tion of tlie lblsiness of said estate in
the county of Silver Bow, state of
MICHAEL M. IPERRITER,
Administrator.of the Estate of James
Dated Butte, Montana, this 27th
day of February, 1919.
First publication Feb. 27, 1919.
NOTICE TO CREDITOIIS.
Estate of. Maurice Ferriter, de
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned, Administrator of the es
tate of Maurice Ferriter, deceased, to
the creditors of adld all persons hav
ing claims against the said' deceased,
to exhibit them, with the necessary
vouchers, within four months after
the first publication of this notice, to
the said administrator at No. 341
East Broadway, Butte, MontaltP, the
same being the place for the tran
saction of the business of said estate,
in the county of Silver Bow, state
MICHAEL 3I. FERRITER.
Administrator of the Estate of Mau
rice Feli'rter, Deceased.
Dated Buttq, Montana, this 27th
day of Febrgary, 1919.
First publication Feb. 27, 1919.
NOTICE TO CIIED)TOIRS.
Estate of Sarah Ann GOearliug, de
Notice is heci.by i.ven by the u0
dersighed 'adiilfnmti'ato' of tllh estate
of Sarah. Ann Gearing, deceased, to
ihe creditors of and all persons hav
ing claims againt, the. saidl deceascd,
to exhibit theniw..ith thiemndnes.ary
vouchers, withiu four months after
the first publication of this notice, to
the said administrator at 43 Hlrbour
building, .Butte, Mont., the same be
ing the place for the transaction of
the business of said estate, in the
county of Silver Bow, State of Mon
Administrator of the estate of Sarah
Ann. Gearing, deceased.
Dated Butte, Mont., this 19th day
of February, 1919.
(First publication Feb. 20, 1919.)
NOTICE TO' O.EI)ITOliS.
Estate of Tova Tuniaih, deceased.
. Notice is herebi given by the un
dersigned, adnilnlstrator of the es
tate of Tova Tuman , deceased, to the
creditors of and. all persons having
claioms against the said deceased, to
exhibit them, with the necessary
vouchers, within 1.0 months after the
first publication of this notice, to the
said administrator at 43-45 1lirbour
building, Butte, Mont., the same be
ing the place for the transaction of
the business of said estate, in the
county of Silver Bow, state of Mon
Administritor or the estate of
Tora Tudipn, deceased.
Dated Butte, Mont., this 5th day of
Maury & Melznqr,
Attorneys for administrator.
(First publication Feb. 6, 1919.)
In the district couit of the Second
Judicial district Of the state of
Montana in and for the county 91
In the matter of the application of
the Schumacher. o.mpa.iy, a cor
porationi, for a judgiment of disso
TO all whom it may cincern:
Yoti aid each' of .ou will Iplease
take notice that o Jan 23, 1919, a
voluhtary .etit:in ynihg that the
Schumacher comDpany, a Montana
corporation, be dlisolved by the
judgment of the al.Ott el.ftitled court,
was filed in the abive ehtitled court
and matter and that any person may
file his objections to the application
in said court and nltter. at, any time
within 30 days aft4 th6 first publi
cation of this nitice.
Dated Jan. 23, 191t. L
(Seal.) OTIS LES,
By Leonard E. Thomiai Dieputy.
Clerk of the aboyte eatitled court
lit Bug-We played a game of
*heckers on tie, turtle's lack.,
2nd Bug--Kind of a ahell dam( hli
Gives Theater to City
ly HIII.NRY WOOD
(United Press Staff Correspondent.).
Paris, Feb. 10.-(By Mfail.)-The
,Marquis de Polignac has just' d6nated
to. the city of Rheims, where his
clianipagne establishment is situated,
Sa theater to rdplace the one de
i stroyed by the Germans.
The contract for the woodwork and
interior finishing of the theater has
been given by the marquis to one of
the largest airplane factories in
F'rance. which a few months ago had
more airplane contracts to fill for the
French war department than it could
take care of. but which now has
nothing on its hands but its payroll.
It is expected that the contract for
the theater fixtures will tide over the
" factory until the entire plant can be
readjusted to the manufacture of
peace time products.
Finals Are Played
on Local Rink
The finals in the play for the Good
ale cup at the rink of the Butte Curl
ing club have been played and won
from. the team skipped by J. A. Mc
Mfillan by that captained by Arthur
Perhain, the score beingl: to 10. On
the winning team were Perham, Wal
ter Games, A. L. McMillan and An
drew Leck. On the opposing tea,.s
were McMilln. nW. H. Hassig, Walter
Forbes and T. It. Wilson.
In the play for the Leys cup,
Mutch beat Norris, 15 to 4 and .Mc
Gregor beat Frink. 15 to 11. The
finals are yet to be played in this
One Cent No Ad Less
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MALE HELP WANTED
ARE YOU SICK OR CRIPPLED?
A few treatments of CHIROPRAC
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 to
WHY WORK for low wages and sub
mit to a boss? Invest $700 and
work for yourself. Address Box A-3,
FOR RENT--Nicely furnished rooim
for gentleman. (Rear) 215 S. Dai
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.
r FOR RENT - Two housekeeping
rooms, $10 a month. 1014 Gal
FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms
for housekeeping. 716 Madison St.
r 2 FURNISHED housekeeping rooms
with bath. 510.,% W. Galena.
FOR RENT-Three-room furnished
I cottage; close in. 513 W. Broad
FOR tRENT---One 4-room house, fur
nished, $20, or unfurnished for
$16. 2522 S. Main st. Phone
FOR RENT--Three-roomn modern
furnished flat. Inquire at: 915
FOR REN'I'-- Four-room house, mod
ern. Phone 3041-W'.
FOR RENT-4 acres, 5-room house
and chicken houses; 56 minutes'
walk from car line. Inquire 916 Del
The Cootie club, formerly the Ad
club, held their weekly mulligan yes
terday and enjoyed the eats, but
the session prove\d ratheilr ldull, owing
to the absenice of .lawn ltortenso Mc
Intosh, premier clown.
The cooties opposed various and
sundry laws alnd other things; they
also discussed means whereby bol
shbviki and( I. W. \V. tendencies
'coild be curbed, and it. was agreed
that the ownershipi of homes by the
working stiffs was the proper anec
dote, and if the idea nmatures, the
cootles may bring strong pressure to
bcar Upon the mining companies to
raise wages in order that the stiffs
may own their own homes. maybe.
It is planned to make next week's
mulligan a humdinger, at which time
Jawn Hortense Mclntosh will cxplain
how he (thle last whisper in patrio
Stism) curbed his boundless craving
for gore and relnilned at home to
protect the affairs of demented busi
A NEW LINE
For some time there has been a
P decided tendency among men of all
classes to break away frol ready
made clothes, due partly to the con
stantly increasing prices and partly
to the inability to secure a good fit.
Men are now able to buy tailor made
suits of dependable woolens that
really fit properly and the prices are
- no higher than for the nationally ad
- vertised ready madle clothes.
Nickerson has taken advantage of
this situation and stocked up with
r woolens aid is now prepared to furn
iah tallor, made suits at very reason
It looks as though this will prove
a profitable addition to the hat busi
ness and we bespeak for him a. good
ly patronage from our readers and
The Bulletin Does Job
ONE four-room house and two lots,
valued at $1,600.00 to trade for
good team, harness and wagon, to
apply on first payment. Call or
write 1906 Sherman avenue.
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.
FOdi SALE-3-room house and one
or two acres, near Lake Avoca;
city water. Terms. Address A. F. F..
FOR SALE--Canadian Pacilic Rail
way irrigated farms; 20 years to
pay. Farm Lands Co., 115 N. Main,
3-ROOM house on two lots; a bar
gain. Apply owner, 1945 S. Wy
oming st. Phone 540;-J.
REYNOLDS & SYPHER
Real estate, fire inaurance, at lowest
rates. Money to loan on real
estate. Phone 1665, 84-85 twsley
FORl SALE--Ford car, 1917 model;
first-class coniilition;i $300 cash.
Inquire 1854 Hiarrison avenue. Phone
PIANOS FOR SALE.
rORI SALE-Kimuhall piano, nearly
new, condition perfect. Call 111
FURNITURE FOR SALE
FURNITURE of three rooms for
sale. Will seil cheap; party
leaving city. 624% Nevada. P'hone
FORt SALE-Furnitur of 3 rooms,
very reasonable; all in good con
dition. Apply at 120 Jay st.
JEWELRY and second-hand cloth
ing for sale at Uncle Sam's Loan
Office, 11, S. Wyoming street.
CITY EGGS, 75c dozen. 215 W. Mer
cury or the Big Green Coop, Co
PHONOGRAPH RECORDS EX
CHIANGED)-Victor and Columbia
records in good condition exchanged,
10 cents each. Record Exchange,
329%, S. Arizona st.
DR. C. A.I PAMEY
R'LIABLE rDEnNISTR- In a et
the best that can be ad In Batte.
MY MO'ITO: .. .
Honest Work at an Honest Prles.
Open Evenings Until s-.
, Phone 831
Lizzie Blk., 1134 W. itk `St,
Jacques Drug Co.
Phone 990. 1957 Harrisbi Are.
Niiht Bell. for Preseriptiofs
Agegy Webster's Ia Remedies
Drugi, Chemicals, Toilet Articles,
Patent Medicines, Cigars
asatman Kodks asid sUpples
Developing and Printing
Vampers and Vampires.
I was at work in my office the
other day," said a man who. is in
charge of employing the help at a
shoe manufacturing company in the
city, "when a rather pretty girl, of
the brunette type, came simpering
in. I. was at a loss to account for,her
attitude, since I saw~ nothing mirth
provoking either iit the young lady.
or myself or in the general situa
"'I seen in the newspaper you are
looking for a valripire,' she said
"Why, yes, we advertised for cam
pers. What do you khow about vamp
ing?", I asked.
" 'Well, I ain't, no TJie4a Bara,"
she replied, 'but I gues I could learn.
Where do you take the pictures at?' "
Use Bulletin want ads. They get
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PRICES ON FURNITURE
CAN AFFORD TO PAY
105 WEST GALENA ST.
"The New Second-Hand Store"
FIVE TROUSANDi WORK!L
wanted to buy $5 worth of stock
in The Bulletin tablilshi Co.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY advanced, on Lilberty bonds,
diamonds, watches, Jewelry and
other articles of value; dquare deal.
People's Loan office, 28 % E. Park.
MONEY LOANED at 3 per cent. Dia
monds, Jewelry, Liberty bonds.
Mose Linz, upstairs lewe.er.
Friends we feed,
Friends we meet,.
Come to the "Pony"
Chile to eat.
THE CLEASSTC CHILI PARLOR, 210
N. Main st. Chili, light lunches,
etc. Opea day an4 tight,
AUTOS FOR lIRE.
SEVEN-PASSENGER Clandler Se
dan. A. G. Nyman. Phone 5642-J.
LEWIS & WALKER, assayers and
chemist., 101 N. Wyodling. Phone
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HAVE) your children's hair cut at
E. J. Swaldner's barber shop,
133% W. Broadway.
LOUVRE eaer--AM ineile reduced.
Sdecial dinner 300. 10; W.7. Gilena.
OLC.ANBRS AI#D TYRS
AMERICAN Dyeing & tflianine Whk
1.41 Hrriter ave. Phbipe 131.
Pifioi Tnliod and Repaired
GOYdN. 0(0 S. Clark Ave. - 6685-.
Hemiatitching and Braiding
BRAIING, hematitching and piCot
ing. 101 Peniylvanlh block. M.