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THE FASHION TAILOR
-47 \West Park
S\' htlve j:ust received a full line of wotll.lns for Sir .ing and Slun
i lOr wVar. 'This line contains the best quality to be found in the
city silk mixtures and imported tweeds.
P'III('ES 235 AND I'I'
W'e lave also a big line of un alled for tailored suits on whichl
yoi an .save FROM $1O to !i415.
See Our Window Display.
S.\'Y t tl .\"W IT IN TIll: II,1 'I I:TIN.
This Means You!
ALL CITIZENS interested in
good government for Butte
who will act as watchers and check
ers on March 24, at the primary
election, are requested to call at
headquarters, at 11 S. Montana
street and leave their names and
I'n iel I',,lilita l . ,lvI 'Jrli ,l'n w n,' l.'
i.\Y Y Hl. S.\\V IT IN '!'111: I I I.I.1:TIN.
Have Been Established at
By the Nonpartisan Club
ALL FRIENDS OF
INVITED TO CALL
.' a id I I lili,'a l .\,I t rlisemt' it ,ll .)
YI our announce
. ments express your
ideas, With GOOD PRINTING you
are sure of the best results.
Let us co-operate with you in selecilion of stock,
coIImposition, aind cuts, to !iake your ads or cir
culars more attractive.
Thle samine careful atlelntion ~iien lo large or small jobs.
THE BUTTE DAILY BULLETIN
JOB., PRINTING DEPARTMENT
'The c(tpnpiracy of si1anee. by whici(
n: : ..pap,.r and magazines hoped to
lr"., nt the ntews of anti-farmer, an
ti-:bhor outrages getting to thb
Am..nrican public, is being broken
dov.wn at last by the independence or
at few progressive publicists who will
not stand for the blue-penciling of
their work. In Everybody's mnaga
zin, f,Tr March Georgte C(reel tells
part rr the story of the Minnesota
reign ofr terror. In the Cosmopolitan
for April Judge Ben Lindsey refers
to the same events and also tells of
some C(olorado outrages.
Bulletin Boosters should patronize
$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.
Jalimes : Carroll .al ch'ot. form 'rl o:
Butte, died Monday in Salt lake, I a
cording to lOews rei\'ed hi-r ii.
tcrday. He was bo1rn in Pnt, 11il.,
Aug. 2. 1871, and was a son of 1i1
and AMrs. Sarchet., early residonts io
this city. For severall yars hie w\.
employed at the Clark redullc.lo
works lhere and later at the \\'al,,
smelter at Anaconda. 11ie . suri i v\It
by his miother. AMrs. .1. S tJ. ;'cll
Butte. and three sisters., Mrs. Ci. 11.
LTxltoin of Anaeonda, Airs. '. . S.n:
de of L.ai'rel iand t1rs. itn rotll 'Ey i
of Biuttet. The funeral wil be hel I
in Salt l.ake.
M!arlk Ezekiels. one of the old-tim
Ic,.ident( of Iutto. lhas returnedln to1
t1tel11 after several Muonths' visit wilvl,
relatives ill Florida, where 1:,,
whipped the lab ,i for has,. 111.I
E1zokiel.s is ais lbr'own as a borry i.i.
hlie looks the picutle of haoilth. \Vlhei
lhe ]iit theli southlaniid the peach itrlc..
were in futill bloiom tid t111 bass iwerI
okting their noses out of thle wa'.t
lenjoying the perfumn, \wh, n tlht-y
\were noti doldgilng the ll deftly-c-:- I
flits of thei line old fishell liual .
The ladies' Aid society of C(rae
Methodist Episciopal church. Art
Zonil and East Second it rt, \iv i
git\' the folloiwiig plogram itnl is (i\,
fling: Selection by GCrltce orchiei'altra
solo, rs. Grali; i readingl, i Mrs.
Will 'lTroltheway; solo. 1tuth titil
lind; roading, Airs. J. \\. \Vallac ;
dtiuct, Ars. W\. (trey, .IMr. Aleio0ne
reading. Mris. Bert Adami 't'ower;
solo. Ed Diavis. Chili will be s(rtl'itd.
Prof. IHownard It. lBriggs, pirofeshot
if E glil:-h anld rincilpal of the stc
ondary training school ill theilt' nlli\t
city of Ltah. will visit iutti i l Fridls
111 Ithe morning PIrofessor Blriggs will
conducti classes ill onlle of th111 schnol.,
and in llhe aufti" lollOiln will addl're:-,
tealcherstat a Illeetintg l'roblbl to h,
held alt the high schoul.
)otlhty Ainna Goforth, inlfil.t
daughter of Air. and AMrs. John (Go
lfollrth, 2192 Yale avenue, died vr.
Ii rdilý oftl rnooli at lite limo e of lhe'
ipail'( ts. She was 8 ltonliths ollt. -li
ieral ,c'rvicet s will he hold this alteri'
I llol at lie First IlPresiytleria.1l
churctihi , l)r. IE. J. C(roeniev\ eld ofiiciit
lIther lrinig, 1-voar-old da:ugi
tor of Mr. anld i-rs,. W illia ll .rini,.
is rto-eOrilig (ioll i si-\oie iltitchk o
lirts. L1. L. lradshaw, plresident of
the \Voniit's ('hrislianl 'l' iiperani",
un11 oln, ha,1 calleod a1 pecial1 Ileei l.
of the organizationt for Friday at .t
I. ll., ill the hi eitientt of t ell court
ililt-'. hli: lid llidrtr ls iof ;ssOcic i1t!
M-rs. IL. W. Allen of liarrison.i,
Mont.. died recently following an at
Ia(k of influenzai it. was leiarned her
y'stierdavy. She is sirvived by onei1
;on andil h-ir husbaind. The Allens :ir
ono of fht, s ltale'>s pioneel'r famiilies.
The lDorcas society of the Enilaniti(el
Lii.thetran church, Montana and Silte.
streets, will bIe cnitertained this eve
Iting in tire church parlors by thIe Ipa,
tot'r of the church. 'rieinds Iart' nto.,i
cordially invited to alttend.
Jm!ites IHarrinlgton and E1ug'ene Rul-
livait were found guilty inll tihet' it
police court yesterday lmorning of
rIc'l':l.ess drl'i\ing andt were fined ct
(ieach. The fines were susipenldtl d.
Les:li Purdlue, chargl'ed with bur
tlary, w\\s oulld guilty, ancordinig !o
the verdict of a jury in J.ldge J. J.
l]ynch's coulrt, reachetld ait a lale hot;
A diaughter was born to liMr. ilt;
Mrs. Johni Ella, 414 lahlonoy streelt,
A son was born to AMr. an1d Alirs.
Edward O'Brion, 675 South Wash
Igtton strI eooet.
The ILadies Aid society of the
\\'elsh church will Ibe enterlained
i during the afternoon Thursday by
Airs. -\Evanl Evansl at her homle, T72
('olor;ido si reot.
should see that the whole family take
at least three or four doses of thor
ough purifying, system-cleansing
medicine this spring. Now is the
time. The family will be healthier,
happier and get along better if the
blood is given a thorough purifying,
the stomach an(d howels cleaned out,
and the germs of winter, accumulat
ed in the system, driven away. Hol
lister's Rocky Mountain Tea is one
of tile very best and surest spring
medicines to take. Get it and see
the, difference in the whole family.
Their color will be better, they'll feel
line and be well and happy. Family
THE FREER MIND
High walls and huge, the body ma;
And iron gates obstruct the prison
And massive bolts may baffle his de
And viligant keepers watch his devi
Yet -corns th~- immortal mind of
man this base control;
No chain can bind it, and no ceii
Swifter than light, it flies from )pole0
And in a flight from earth to heaven
It leaps from mount to mount and
vale to vale;
It wanders, plucking honeyed fruit.
It visits homes to hear the fireside
Or in sweet converse pass the jo:y
o us hours.
'Tis up before the sun and roaming
| And in its wattles wearies every star.
l . z"- --..T
81G BUSINESS [ETS
ADVICE FR[1M BBSON
(Special Ullit d Wire.)
Washington. \lar Extens
i\t advertising can - lhrough
out the country wil il:.. iness! on
its feet and relimt\ .lt stagna
lion, says Roger I:. hirector of
thie information s, ; the d('
diipartmilent'of IlTbo li ess au
1hority Bablson h I . <tillllnts
to big business u',: '' ir d an
virtisinug as a itT , uslherillg in
all erI of prosperit
BRINGS SUIT TO RE
('lailling that i, Inter'national
life Insurance cotllOl;!! ' 11;Is failed to
pa} ill( insurance' r rei fol' by
Jamies 3\I. Gihilnlor, ' eased. May
(IOsborn Gilmore. . ;sorts hat
si.he wasi the lbelnTeic , IaI 111 4 in t~he
policy, haIs filed ;; tac, h llnal ne ilnst
T1e1 illsullance oC O t'l t ' ll hi lllifi f
is enldoeavoring lto s'l are ,7,o001 with
interi sl lt 8 per e'HI? tf.ls Nov. li,
1919!, the diate Olf I''e' hl il ild's
dohi1. to date.
ARE ON A STRIKE
(Special nited ie, \VWir .)
l'lev'land, larc'h 19 A general
strike in the ml enll' 5 1lIllijil illndustry
Ihere has beeno calhled. I'iion oilliciatls
said half of the 4,11111 tWorl'l rs re
sdionded. The Tnl 'n e nllll i] lld a l .4
hourlll week, 30 ,per ('l increalse in
Spay. llne and one-hll' for overtilme,
lbiolitiion of the l sul a trel T svst\i. .
reognlitioll of the anion. ]'resnt
holurs of clohing wlorkiers is beTwil In
( 1 and 70 hours, union l,,'der. said.
That rule of tlhumillb adouteld bl y ii,'
special interests that ' 1 e op'I ' e will
'stand for anythinTg." Ie, is lmany Tx
ceptions these day' ;nd 1h exceh
lions do not prove ir rrule either.
Suilliirin- Thlo funel'l of theo bef
Mrs..lames Sullivan will la.ke phll ' .
itliilOT''iOW llI i'sdltly) IIhornliTng" at I
o'loc i lit ' h l' iaillily ri, hidenl e. I' .
ilast (' l'lnter str( t. r 'nceedill to Si
Lawrence's church, \vlr ine as will
be celebrated at 9:'r a 'clomk. l -
mlate;.t ill the Catholic 'enwt'l r,'y.
.1inrudi- The f'uneral of the tile!
I)o liic' Ainoritdi, h ieo . yOars, will
takle lI;lce to1<.r'n ow Ietlrsd vy
afternoon ii 2 ''lolc at l)t Dugg-; ';
un .eriilT'ing II rlor . Iiii ortiii'' a t ii
iouniltin View T 1 i le i lli.
Reliable Undertaker and Embalmer
, 822 North Main Street
3Quaid-'Idhe arrangeimels for
the font ral of 1hi ll(, Wta illtia l .Alt.
Quaid have not h|enl completed h lild
ing illst l' !tiion l from the cast. 'T'Le
remains are r,;ii llaihie & lilloa'.
Ind rtaikillng p lorTs. Fu1n1erai ill
11O11n0 o111n8l lt i.,'.
DANIELS & BILBOA
Undertakers and Embalmers
125 East Park St., Butte. Phone 888
Residence Phone 4317-W.
Auto and Carriage Equipment
SHERMAN & REED
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
Automobile and Carriage Equipment
Broadway and Arizon.. Phone t57
In the diistrict court of the Seconn:
Judicial diltriet of the state of
Montana, ii na.d for the county of
In the nial.ir of the estate of
Charles I). .Melure, deceased.
Notice is Ihireby given that in
purslunce' o Ian order of the aelb) vd-I
entitled comrl. 1d(1e0e on the 1 2th day
of Matrh, ' !i , ill the matter of lt.1
estate of ('harlsni 1). McL.uet . di
ceased, lh' uni l'rsigned, the exe'nll'i
tor of' the lmet. \ill of said docedenit, I
will sell at pri'.;,t sale to tihe person
llakillng the hliigl';t offer and sabj:e<I
to conilina'lltiol by thile ab)ove- .
titled court, on Thursday, the 2Ih,1
day of March. 1' 19, at 10 o'ctlol:
a. Iml., at Ihe ollice of Maury & MlIl
zner, No. 4:, lIirbotur building, but1t,,
Silver 11ow iluily, Montana, all tit
right, title, in. r'i st and estate of (It
said 'lhiarl s Ir. "dl'Lure, deceased, it
the tint' of L1s death, and all the
right, litl, ;ni interest that tihe said
e(state has hy operation of law lo
other'wis,", ;tquiired other than, or in
alddition to lh;tth of the said ('laril-s
I). Mcl.ure'. ;1 th,,1 time of lIia d ,0thl,
in and to (ni' llundred Fifty Thou
sand (151,ilt'i)I shares of the capitad
stock otf I, r';iscade Silver mline.'
andl M11tll.:. 'rporation, organized
(and e(xis ting tn i,:r the laws orf the
1't r.s and i ,ditions of sale: Ten
(1ii pi t'l' inl of the pulll''hts
m(on y i i i , Iii.i' l on the day of sale,
an ldlihtol(li' l fifteen (15) per c( , I
lun lt on (cn.l:!l:ttion of sale by tli
said dlis.trr. cimrt, and twenty-li'e'
(') p'er ti:niit within ninety tIan
dli 'c Irolll li, iate of conflir atlion,
and the' ba!,:ý::< on or before six t i
months fl'rm Ithe date of contirlia
I'Il!.tIAM R. McLUIRE
ExI iti' r of the last will of
Ch:tII lt). McLure deceased.
Drated Maruch 12, 1919.
A Social Dance Will Be Given by the
BUTTE TU VERIN SOCIETY
unmmmmlI...lnHmm AT u.m.muummmm......
For the Benefit of the
Bulletin Defense Fund
Tickets 75c Ladies Free
SI.\l YOUI \\\x1' Ir I III. I'r1,, I l l N.
DON'T KNOW WHAT
ACTION TO TAKE
(l l ill I' ited I'ress W ire.)'
\\'a hii ll llt , l ir 19 .)Assistll t
\ttorney (lGetiniial 'riersi' i. pirohibi
(ncli ili ii ( Att'orney Geo ral Pu ler,
it.dc regall rdii g t he gi jOn Igovilernni sl.l
,-id lohlitutn nitu I I this n oile -
p lic"y il i ithu prevelitin of' , t brewers.
Iesu1 i ngilit b'tWillg 2.7,* por co111 al
Adoption of the dnire primary ss,.
tni has been pritdically unilersal.
lBu now that 1i11 Nonpartisn leagui
hlis boin organiizd and labor mien
arc, planning to go into politics, the
old 1olitical bosses are troublhd alli
art' planning ti go back to i Ie c( nl
vention 1.55l ,, e again. Idaho altl'.on
has repaled Iho direct primary law
In Minnesola a bill to this c"llect , Lb .
l ,s'ed oni, holsl il' o the 1gislatuiro.
Sno Ant SNo Ad Less
A Word Than 15
in Advance Cents.
Golden Gate Pool Hall
Tobacios, ('igas, Cigarettes and
GIVE l- A ('ALL
272 E. Park.
SAY YOUT SAW IT IN UlliL( ETIN.
MALE HELP WANTED
ARE YOU SICK OR CRIPPLED?
A few treatments of CIII1tOPRAC
TIC will relieve you. At any rate
give it a trial. Quit drugs. Avoid
tile operation. See Flora W. Emery,
Room 9 Silver Iow block.
RETUJ NED SOLI)IERS wishing to
advertise for work can use the
want ad columns of the Daily But
letin free of charge. Do not be
backward in taking advantage of this
offer, we are glad to be of service to
1YO'N (wiidow of 25 wishes to corre
spolnd with a young mlan about
that age. IExpect ,matrirnony. Ad
dress Mrs. Willi ami Turner, Wictks
It.()().1\ IN c hluse clhanged hands.
Mr::. Rose Miller, I:managelr. All
outsida rooiis; irent reasonable by
day, vok or iiiimonthi. 1 S. Main.
Iiunfurnislihed, stilain heat, best lo
eatioII ill Iown, 47 E ti! Grasnite.
II iM1 I:ENT ,E ,l ,. ie ni ,d for laboiiir,
I'(lt $11.( 0 ;ia nilIthi anld up. 619
I'I l] Ave.
FUI'NISHIII) housekeelping rooms,
stlam hiieai, at redluced rates. 223
FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms
for housekeeping. 716 Madison St.
2 FI:IiNISH-IED housekeepiºg..eeoosn
with bath. 510 6 WA V_. Gae
BOARD AND ROOM
BOARIl) .\NI) IIOOM for miners;
h iezi' c(lmking. Burt Earfley, 627
IO iOAl, ANI, ROOM in private fam
ily for one or two gentlemen.
llphone 4!''2 W.
AUTOS FOR HIRE.
SEVEN-PASSENGER Chbandler Se
dan. A. G. Nyman. Phone 5642-J.
Bulletin Boosters should patronize
Bulletin adl vertisers.
I 'Special United Press Wirn..)
W\'ashington, March 19. - The
Twenlty-sixth division (New Entgland
national guarld) and the Fort -sec
otol (t.ainibow) division are sched
uled to sail fronl Brest to ltoslot:
and New York rlespectively, bettw. n
Mardh 25 and April 19, the war de
p)arian('tI has aIunnounce(d.
LINCOLN A\1'+ CAPITAL.
Now Ihere is no sullh relation it
tween capi;tal anit labor as assu55imed.
L :! bor is prior to and illd.
pendent of caplital. ('apital is only
the fruit of labor, could never have
exisltd if labor had not lirst existed.
Labor is flith superior of capital alti
desert\is Iintl(h theI higher ('Onsidter' l
tionl. 'hese calitalists generally act
h1liittoui ioultyV and in concert to litetce
the pioule.- Albraham i intoln.
IlAl I 1S TATI SNAP -. I-roon,
lolse; o1n lot, 1 nd No. 2 car line;
houlls! ost. $1,2C 0. Forced to sell.
All for $1,I11li, lpart terms; or will
trade for auito. Phonle (1534-l .
A REAL, SNAPI- -5-room house. all
pl;iasered; C' entlll cellar; waie;:
telepilhon and ellectriC lighls; 4 lots,
all fclited inl; chickien house 40 xlSl;
cow shod and coal shed; 2 blocks
fromi No. 2 cal'. lllquire 1015 ('ohb
ban. Pholine 5293-J.
TRllEE R1OOM Ilouse, large wood
shed on t wo lots, water and elec
tric lights ill house, sleeping porch
and fliurniture. 1,24, Molnroe. Call
after 5:301 in the evening.
1FOIt SA IE--l ,ot GOx100; fenced;
co:lsiool, water, garage, chicken
hous1le and yard. trees, walks; price,
$25t1.0ii today. Inquire 1915 Caro
4-ROOM house; bathroom; two lots
in good location, facing Floral
park. A bargain at $1,500. In
qlluire Box 52, IBullelin.
3-ROOM house onl two lots; a bar
gain. Apply owner, 1945 S. Wy
oming st. Phone 5403-J.
IUICK 37; 17 ayfleld carburetor; fine
condition; will detlllonstrate; extra
tires and rits. 'Phone 843. 43 1lir
1 111ilI'Y bond No. 17,25 ,!171
d ie ollliini tiotl $51); fourth Libertyv
loan; lo:t Tuesday. eltuIrn1 to Southl
Side Blank. teward. .
ONE PAIR of boy's gauntlet gloves
in Liberty theater. Owner can have
same1 by applying at Bulletin office
and payilng for tliis ad.
.IRS. I.\AIIIIARA PIRYOR-Your sis
ter, Ellen, would like to hear from
ou. Anyone knowing the address
It th albove named person kindly
rile to H. May, Guernsey, Wyo.
PIIONOGRAPH records bought and
sold, also exchanged for only a
dile. 329½1; S. A,"izoa p St. Rec
Pianos Tuned and Repaire&
cIIYON. 600 S. Clark Ave. 611R5-J
Bulletin Want Aas Glet
Results. Phone 52
You See This
Will See Yours
E can make your
ad as attractive
ias this one with
i ffeelive cuts and copIy.
iu<. conttract with the
I.o.,net - Bo,\wn Sales
Service I.iings you the
il))pprlunily of putting
your advertising on the
highest plane of attrac
liveness nll efficiency.
IlHave olur Ad Man call
aill show you cuts
and ads for your line of
This sev\ice is supplied
\Viltliou extra charge to
out ad(vertisers. Tele
Ilphone 52 for Advertis
in JI department.
The city council of Sparta, Wis.,
recently refused to permit the loca'
Farmers' Society of Equity to hold
its meetings, as it had been ac.
customed to doing, in the city hall.
The excuse olffered is "antagonistic
to local builsiniess." This new reason
for interfering with the farmers'
right to organize is made necescar;
by the early ending of the war.
FIVE THOUSAND WORKER$
wanted to buy $5 worth of stock
in The Bulletin Publishing Co.
FURNITURE FOR SALE
7 ROOMS of furniture for sale and
house for rent; close in; good
renting locality; terms if desired.
508 W. Galena.
I SET Encyclopedia Britannica, 11th
edition, India paper; $35 quick
sale. Fred Clough, 101 S. Idaho.
I'OR SALE--Dishes, graniteware,
home-made quilts and lots of odds
and ends. 260 E. Porphyry.
POOL HALL for sale, half block
from Main street. See owner, 47
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
MONEY TO LOAN
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 .inz, upstairs jeweler.
LEWIS & WALKER, assayers and
chemists, 108 N. Wyoming. Phont
CLEANERS AND DYERS
AMERICAN Dyeing & Cleaning Wka.
1341 Harrison ave. Phone 131.
HAVE your children's hair cut
E. J. Swaidner's barber shop
133% W. Broadway. -
Hemstitching and Braiding
BRAIDING, hemstitching and jitcot
ing. 101 Pennsylvania block. M.
Friends we feed,
Friends we meet,
Come to the "Pony"
Chile to eat.
THE CLASSIC CHILI PARLOR, Sti
N. Main st. Chili, light luncheg,
etc. Open day and night.