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W ill lie (:elel)rated at
Thursday Eve., March 6
Mem(b rs ofI rish Sli cieties oF Silv\r I"\\. (oumty
are (ordially in\ited to alltl .
liy order of
SUITS MADE TO ORDER
FOR ST. PATRICK'S DAY
UIncalled for tialor made suits on which you can save
$10.00 TO $15.00
We fit any build or any figure. Conme and see our windows.
THE FASHION TAILORING
47 W. Park Street. M. MORRIS, Proprietor.
MILK IS BOTTLED)
by machinery which insures per
ilized and milk is thoroughly
chilled and is conveyed to the bot
ties wiihout exposure to the air.
The result is milk that can safely
be given to babies and invalids,
and is the best for everybody.
Shall we columnence leaving you
S- The Crystal Creamery
-----45 E. Park St. Phone 181
THE I. W. W. TRIAL
The Story of the Greatest Trial in Labor's History
by One of the Defendants
CALL AT THE FINNISH HALL
318 N. Wyoming Street. Phone 5367-W.
ments express your
ideas. With GOOD PRINTING you
are sure of the best results
Let us co-operate with you in selection of stock,
composition, and cuts, to make your ads or cir
culars more attractive.
The same careful attention given to large or small jobs.
THE BUTTE DAILY BULLETIN
JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT
LIKE US, BUT
(By United Press.)
Paris, Feb, 10.-(By Mail.)
While admitting that the United
States put over one of the most far
sighted diplomatic victories i,, the
history of the world, in showing up
at the peace conference with nine
votes from North America, Central
America and South American state.,.
as against Great Britain's six, and
the one vote of each of the other
great powers, nevertheless the French
press is inclined to be sarcastic about
This is the way "L'Intransigeant"
express it: "France, which had 1,
3S5,000 killed in the war, has only
one vote, the same as Japan, which
lost very few men. England, with
658,706 dead, has six votes and
America, for 31,154 dead, has nine
"Does this mean that blood has no
price? The blood which was not to
he shed for conquering foreign soyi
has not even conquered for us the
right to talk."
Bulletin Phone No. Is 52
Says Seattle Mayor's Repre
sentative at Conference of
Governors; Rolph of Fris
co Also Talks.
(Special United Press Wire.)
Washington. March 5. - Mayor
Rolph of San Francisco introduced a
resolution today at the conference of
governors and mayors here, that the
president "imnmediately reconvene
congress and keep it on the job while
the countnry is facing a serious re
The resolution was referred to a
committee. Action will be taken this
afternoon. Rolph also demanded to
know why 555 ship contracts of
American yards were cancelled when
the shipping board was still allowing
Chinese and Japanese yards to build
William Piggott, representing
Mayor Hanson of Seattle, told the
conference the cost of living can be
reduced 10 to 50 per cent without
cutting wages if pubic officials will
adjourn politics and co-operate with
labor and business.
Piggott also arraigned the senate
as "Fiddling while Rome burned.
He said: "The panicky feeling in re
gard to bolshevism is all bogey." He
urged mayors to "call together lead
ing merchants and insist in forceful
language they must reduce the cost
of living anywhere from 15 to 25 pcI
"And they can do it," he added.
PLAN BIG CELEBRATION
Under the auspices of the Robert
Emmet Literary association, the
141st anniversary of Ireland's patri
ot martyr, Robert Emmet, will be
celebrated with a very high class
musical and literary program at Hi
hernia hall, Thursday evening,
Judge Jeremiah J. Lynch will pro
side. Invitations have been extendt
ed to all the Irish societies of Silver
Bow county, the Phil Sheridan club
of Anaconda, the Thomas Francis
Meagher clrb of Great Falls, and the
Sullivan club of Alhambra Springs.
Rev. Father Leonard of the Immacu.
late Conception church will deliver
the address of the evening, which
will be historical and yet have its
practical aspect for the present day
"Self-Determination for Ireland"
will be among the topics given gen
erous consideration by the various
speakers. The committee on arrange
ments are, Barry O'Leary, chairman:
,lerry Egan, secretary; J. J. Lynch,
J. J. McCarthy, M. P. Drohan, Dick
Barry. Pat Craig, Pierce Powers, 'W.
Remarks -------......................... .....
Judge J. J. Lynch, Chairman
Duet, piano and violin ...................
John McNamara and Madge Downcy
Song .................. Evangeline Lavelle
Recitation ............................Joe Riley
Song ....................Mrs. Kate Rogers
Remnarks ..........:.......... . E. Deeney
Song ............Emmet I)aly
Song ..............Miss Katie Hlarrington
Remarks .................... Father Ilannon
Song ..........................Cholors Cronin
Comic recitals ..........Jimmie Gleason
"Enimet's Speech From the Dock"
Ml. J. Gavigan
Song ....Mr. and Mrs. James Cummins
"Emnmet's Life" ......Father Leonard
:Remarks ....................Father O'Shea
"The Irish Race Contention" ........
James E. Murray
lIemarks ....................J. J. McCaffery
At the close the audiepce will rise
and sing "God Save Ireland."
NEW DRUG STORE
TO OPEN HERE
Thomas J. Curley, well known No
sada business man, has taken over
the location of the Boyle Brothers, at
106 North Main, and is having the
building completely overhauled pre
!paratory to opening a modern pharn.
A feature of the new store will be
a numlber of comfortable seats near
the doorway, where ladies will be
enabled to await their cars in com
fort. Telephone booths and a rest
loom will also be at the disposal of
the patrons. The latest type of fix
tures and an up-to-date soda foun
tain are to be installed.
Mr. Curley is well known here and
the success of the new business is
CASE IN COURT
Judge Edwin M. Lamb yesterday
issued an order for Stephen Harvey,
defendant in a divorce suit in which
May Harvey is defendant, to appear
in his court March 8 at 10 o'clock
a. im., to show cause why he should
not be required to pay his wife $75
per month for her support and that
of their child during the pendency
of the divorce action. The order en
joins him from disposing of his prop
erty and wages until the suit is dis
posed of and g;wes to the plaintiff
the present possession and use of the
Harvey home, from which the de
fendant is excluded while it is thus
ASSAULT CASE ON
When Judge Jeremiah J. Lynch
opened court ths morning he took up
the trial or Rode Uzelic, charged
with first degree assault on Emil Ba
bich and Stephen Mililitch last No
vember. The alleged crime occurred
in South Butte and Uzelic is said to
have used a revolver for the purpose
of adipati; hl ,. rfjg$t iQ4 a quarrel.
(Continued iFron Page One.)
ice, which beeain. law on May 18,
and the law inchit i'a the navy and
m a l in e c o rp s to I.-,,,, .,
To prevent alilen foes interfering
with American ,war ,I1nss the first es
pionage law was iIpa'sd in June; to
safeguard food sp.pt!is and fuel the
food and fuel act wa, made Aug. 10.
Heeding Europ.' (call for aircraft,
congress created 'lI aircraft board
Oct. 1. On Oct. G time final enact
ment of the law i lhibiting trading
with the enemy.
During this 'c-:sion congress ap
propriated directly anld authorized
contracts for a total of $18,901,966,
Of this, nearl .8,000n,000,0t00
went to the army and navy; $64,0.
100,000 for aircraft : $7.)00,000,
000 for loans to the allies; food and
fuel control took $16 h2.000,00e
while mliscellaneous twar activities
absorbed the remain iider.
The whole purpt:- of this first ses
sion was to chanig, Ieaci(.ul America
into warring America. t'arryng out
its pledge of all the country's re
sources, congress apli'opriated what
ever was askedl.
The second or war winning session
was occupied chiefly with increasing
the effectiveness of the war mnachine,
and providing the punch to beat the
itaiser. Its appropriations were even
more prodigal, and its delegation of
power even nmore sweeiling than inl
the first session.
It added Austria officially to the
list of our enemies by ia declaration
of war on Dec. 7, 1917.
It then passed in rapid succession
such measures as the $50),0000110
housing bill, followed by a $60,000,
000 housng bill to provide quarters
for munitions and shipyard workers;
the bill protecting civil rights of sol
diers' and sailors; created the war
fislance corporation to help business
help win th6 war; the railroad eon
Irol act, taking over the railroads;
the daylight saving law; the Over
mlan act, giving the1 president sweep
ing power to speed up and co-ordi
nate departmental activities; (tie
third and fourth Liberty loan acts,
the wire control act, under which the
telegraphs and telephones were tak
en, and the law extending the draft
age down to 18 and up to 45.
It appropriated the vast. sum of
$36,298,405,000. Practically all went
to war work at home, maintaining
our army abroad, and helping the al
lies with loans.
On Nov. 11, President Wilson an
noulnced to the secoind session thai
its work had been done-the war
was won, and on Nov. 21 the war
winning session ended.
The readjustment session had been
looked to by many in and out of con
gress to buckle down at once to
solving reconstruction problems,
some of which were thrust with
etartling suddenness before the coun
try because of the crushing and un
expected early defeat of the central
But congress aplparently suffered
'from the same reaction that affected
lbsinil ,. apd, t9 p degree, labor. It I
relaxed' after the War, and the read
jusitnent session Was a session of re
adljusting congrdss. Most of it was
spent in criticism, both by democrats
and republicans, of war mistakes and
blunders, andl in discussion of Pres
ident Wilson's mission abroad and of
his peace terms.
The session did manage a few ac
complishnients, however, includiing
the final enactnoent of the $6,000,
000,000 war tax bill; appropriation
of nearly $10,000,001,000 to cleat.
up war business, feed starving Eu
ropeans, care for the railroads, and
run the vastly expanded activities of
Near its close, the senate relegate0
to the 66th congress the question of
woman suffrage, by defeating the
Suisan B. Anthony amlendlentt, which
the house had patssed. Twice during
the 65th congress the-senate nega
tived house action on this measure.
War timne prohibition, so called,
was implosed on the entire country,
to begin July 1, 1919, and both sen
ate and house passed the dry amend
muent to the federal constitution,
which was speedily ratified, and be
comes effective Jan. 16, 1920.
The closing session also placed on
the books a child labor law, the prev
ious one having been declared uncon
stitutional. By taxing prolits from
the sale of products of chilt l abor in
the revenue bill, advocates of this
legislation declared they have gotten
around thel constitutional object.ion.
A test is coming on this.
Practically no reconstruction legis
lation was piassed. The third session
failed to settle the perimanent policy
on raihloadts or telegraphs, and was
unable to agree whether the execu
tive or legislative branch of the gov
ernmient should supervise general re
During the entire congress, but
chiefly in the second session, there
was a conflict between congress and
the president. In the many clashe.;,
the president was invariably able to
impress his will when a war measure
was up. His only signal failure on
iany measure was on woslan sufifrage.,
He failed with the country when in
the fall of 1918 he appealed for elec
tion of a democratic collgress to co
operate willh him in sreconstruction
Both house and senate will be reput
lican in the 66th congress.
Patrick Kendrigan, age 44 years,
a miner and a native of Ireland, died
at the family residence, 311 East
Summit street, this morning after a
lingering illness. He is survived by
a wife and three children, Thomas,
Margaret and John; one brother in
Boston, Mass.; two brothers-in-law.
John and Michael Joyce in Boston,
and one sister, Maria Kendrigan of
SIpokane. The funeral will take place
Friday morning at 10 o'clock at the
family residence, 311 East Summit,
proceeding to St. Mary's church at
10::.0. Interment In Holy Cross
Bulletin Boosters should patronliz
Use Bulletin. W4ant Ads.
ST. JOHN'S PARISH HOUSE
SUFFERS LOSS BY FIRE I
St. John's Parish uchirch, corner g
Idaho street and Broadway, was dis
covered on fire this morning and only 1
the quick work of Ihe fire depart- I
ment saved the building. As it was
the pipe organ wvas destroyed and I
much of the interior damaged befor I
the fire department reached the
scene. The cause is unknown.
Say you saw it advertised in the I
Bulletin Phone No. Is 52
`- ~ ~ ..- · - .~ - _l
])IEATHIS AND F"UNEIIALS.
Smuk--The arrangements for the
funeral of Joseph, infant son of Mr. I
and .Irs. John Smitk have not been I
completed. The funeral will be held
at the residence, 900 Gallatin St., I
at a time which will be Annoulnced
3Liller--The funeral of George, in
fant son of Mr. and Mrs. D)an Miller, I
took place at the family resience, I
1108 E. Front. St., this afternoon at
2 o'clock. Intermnent was m(ade in I
Mt. View cemletery.
Henter-Elsie, daughter of IMr. I
Charles Renter, died this morningi
at the family residence, 409 E. Front I
St.. aged 14 yeOars. The remains are
at the Daniels & llilboa undertakinlg
)parlors. Funeral annllouncemenllt will I
be Illilde Ilater.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to thank our neighbors,
friends, members of 111he Fraternal
Order of Eagles, and the mellmlbers
of the choir of Wesley chapel for the
kindllness and11 sympnllalthy extenotled ius
ill our rcenti bereavemlent ill the
suldloen dteallth of olur beloved hlls
band, falther and brother, the late
Robert J. Itoskilly. We also wish
to thank those who sent the iiany
beautiful floral offerings.
(Signed) MRS. ROBT. J. ROS
KILLY & FAMILY,
DANIELS & BILBOA
Undertakers and Embalmers
12t5 East Park St., Butte. Phone 888
Residence Phone 4817-W.
Auto and Carriage Equipment
Kendlrigaln--The funeral of the
late Patrick Kendrigan, aged 44
years, will take place Friday morin
ing at 10:30 o'clock at St. Mary's
church. Interment in the Holy Cross
Reliable Undertaker and Embalmer
822 North Main Street
DOne Cent iNo Ad Less
•A Word Than 15
in Adv~ance Cents. "
MALE HELP WANTED
500 IRHEUIMATIC, nervous, kidney
and bladder subjects to write or
see Joel IHuffman, 431 S. Arizona
st., for tilhe world's greatest 'rtimedy.
ARE YOU SICK OR CRIPPLED?
A few treatments of CIIIROPRAC
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
INTEIRNATIONAL store readjust
ment sale--Greltest sale in Butte
of ladies' garments cloaks, $12.50;
serge dresses, $9.1'5; skirts, $3.85;
corsets, $2.65; ladies' spring hats,
$3.95; ladies' shoes, $2.65. At In
ternational store, 210 East Park. We
save you 25 per cent. Direct your
friends to this store, we want more
MODERN housekeeping room. 416
FOR RENT - Two housekeeping
rooms, $10 a month. 1014 Gal
FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms
for housekeeping. 716 Madison St.
2 FURNISHED housekeeping rooms
with bath. 510 /2 W. Galena.
FOR RENT-Three-room modern
furnished flat. Inquire at 915
FOR RENT-Four-room house, mod
ern. Phone 3041-W.
BANK pool hall and barber shop for
sale. 105 S. Arizona.
FIVE THOUSAND WORKERrE
wanted to buy 15 worth of stock
in The Bulletln Publiahlng Co.
Entertainment and Dance
for the benefit of the
Dunn Defense Fund
AT SOCIALIST HALL
lhrrison Avenuiie and Cobban Strleet
Friday Evening, March 14th
Will Glive a Violin Recital
A First Class Speaker Will Give An Address
THE ENTIRE PROGRAM WILL BE ANNOUNCED ;
'I'ickelt Are on Sale al S\\;iineVrs Ilarb er Shop on
\Vest lic l.dw ay
Admission, 75c a Couple Extra Lady, 25c
,alaam-,,aaaaa.., m-as agmaam-agaaam-aa
By SCOTT N IAHI N(G.
There are 67 people in the11 nited
States, eacht of whoml has admitted Ito
the United States commissioner of
internal revenue that he has an in
come of more than $2,000,000 a
year. The total gross income report
ed by these 67 persons was $229,
The 67 recipients of this $200,
000,000 report that $1,400,000 of
their income ($20,000 per person)
came from "salaries" and "commis
sions." Twenty thousand a year is a
big salary or commission, even for an
able man, but the salaries of the 67
make up less than 1 per cent of their
Besides their salaries they report
6 mittilons from rents; 21 millions
from interest, 84 millions from
profits, and 178 millions from divi
(lends. Their salaries, large though
they be, are insignilicant when com
pared ivith the other formis of in
come. The 67 are living upon the
rent, interest, dividends anid proih
earned by tthe workers of the,;e
United States and turnedl over, in
the form of surplus value to the plu
The 67 did not produce more than
4-ROOM house; bathroonm; two lots
in good location, facing Floral
park. A bargain at $1,500. ln
quire Box 52, Bulletin.
FOR SALE ---- Small bungalow, one
acre of ground; 50x100 fenced;
good well; barn; garago; chicken
pens. Close to Lake Avoca, $1,600,
e:mall paylent down, balance rnontoi
ly ..lAddress J. A., care Bulletin.
OR SALE---3-room house and on,
or two acres, near Lake Avoca;
city water. Terms. Address A. F. F..
3-ROOM house on two lots; a bar
gain. Apply owner, 1945 S. Wy
oming st. Phone 5403-J.
ONE Chalmer truck of 1,600 pounds
capacity for $250. Call at 803 S.
BUICK 37; IRaglield carburetor; fine
condition; will demonstrate; extra
tires and rints. Phone 843. 43 HIir
FURNITURE FOR SALE
3 ROOMS of furniture for sale
cheap. 621 E. Galena.
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.
PHONOGRAPH RECORDS EX
CHANGED-Victor and Columbia
records in good condition exchanged,
10 cents each. Record Exchange,
329/2 S. Arizona st.
CLEANERS AND DYERS
i MERICAN Dyeing & Cleaning Wks,
1341 Harrison ave. Phone 131.
Pianos Tuned and Repaired
GUYON. 600 S. Clark Ave. 6585-J
Hemstitching and Braiding
BRAIDING, hemstitching and picot
ing. 101 Pennsylvania block. M-.
Bulletin Want Ads Get
Results. Phone 52
the tiniest fraction of the vast in
come they receit'ed. Other men la
bored, and these 67 are enjoying the
fruits---enjoying boundless, extrava.
Pant, wasteful luxury in a land where
30,000,o)00 live in poverty.
"Parasitism" means living upon
another, or at the expense of an
other. The 67 are parasites.
The next timed a man talks to you
about the rightfulness of interests
and dividends, citing the poor widow
on the back street as a, cloak for his
argument, tell him about these 67
American parasites, who gain over
99 per cent of their incomes from
rent, interest, dividends and profits.
WILL TALK ON
Mrs. H. N. Kennedy will speak at
a meeting of Boosters No. 2 tonight,
at Socialist hall. on the subject of a
"Fret Press an( Free Speech."
HOW (COULD HE?
.Lady-- Can't 'ou find work?
Tramp- --Yessum; but everyone
wants a referen:e front my last em
Lady--And can't you get one?
Tramp-No, mnumt. Yer see, he's
been dead 28 years.
12-FOOT Shever grocery display
counter; counter case, 4 ft.; 260
pound counter :)cale; Northland re
frigerator; Jewell 8-burner gas
range; wall case. Call 439 S. Idaho
tomorrow. Phone 6214-R.
FOIl SAIE-I cow and calf. In
quire 2414 S. Main. Phone 4766-J.
SA VE money by buying ladies'
cloaks, suits, dresses, skirts and
shoes at the International store. Big
adjustment salf. Ladies' shoes,
$2.65; ladies' new spring hats, $3.95.
JEWELRY andi 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
MONEY TO TIOAN
MONEY advanced on Liberty bonds,
diamonds, watches, jewelry and
other articles of value; square deal.
People's Loan office, 28% E. Park.
MONEY LOANED at 3 per cent. Dia
monds, jewelry, Liberty bonds.
Mose Linz, upstairs leweler.
Friends we feed,
Friends we meet,
Come to the 'iPony"
Chile to eat.
THE 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 6642-J.
LEWIS & WALKEya tssaydra and
chemists, 108 N. Wyoplini. Phone
HAVE your chiidren's hair cut at
E. J. Swaidner's barber shod,
133 Y W. Broadway.
LOUVRE eafe-All meals reduced,
Special dinner 30c. 10 W. Galena.
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