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Tie nihion Tailoring om- pny.
M. MORRIt '
47. West P.ik
We have just received a full line of wollens for Spring and Sum
mer, wear. This line contains the best quality to be found in the
idli a-sllk mixtures and imiborted lweeds.
PRICES $23 AND. UP
.e have also a big line of uncalied fpr tailor.d uits .on .w icl(I
yon cat~ save PROM $10 to- $15.I
See Our Window Display. ,
SAY YOUt SAW Tf INF.I'f+r"J~~LLTIN. .
This Means Iou!
:ALL- CITIZENS interested in
go.. governiment ' for Butte t
who well act as watchers and check
ers on., March 24,. at the primary
elettin, ate .recquegted 'to alI Hat
hedquRters, at , ISX;.: Monta na
street and leave their names and
(Paid Political Ad\ertiseinmeII.)
A, Q. a. nce; Will Be Given by the
SUTTE TURNVERIN SOCIETY
(r uII.imluimninnmi A mimnmnumiuumuuu mIn3
S ..I .
.t SATUR DAY '2NT
SFor the Benefit ofthe "
lave Been Established at
By the N rsan Club
- HlaveBeitib Avlteishmedt)
British Press Comments ,on a
S'Controversies in the Units i
,, ,e ,uCr c O a . u0u of Na- a
iFtions 'Have Neutral Tone. J
London, March. 21.--The league b
~f nations controversy in the United t
States as bearing upon the English
attitude .is the subject of the follow- f
ing comment in the London Times-:
"The English, without distinction g
of party, regard a better understand- d
ing with Americans as the crown oft
victory. It is unfortunate for the t
ideal that so many of us on both
sides of the Atlantic have at heart n
that party feeling should be run- a
hing so high just now in America, 1
and that we, who are working. with
President Wilson in Paris, should "
furnish, the sticks with which the j
republicans are belaboring the demo- c
"We have no wish to take sides in r
these party controversies and have
been at some pains to avoid even the c
suspicion of doing so. Our sole wish
is to work with the American peo
pie in what we believe to be as much r
their ideals as Our, own. ,.
"Wishing that, with whom should *
we work but the .president of the
United States? That' he is .also 1
leader of the democrktic party is a
mere accident to ourainind, and if the t
president had been a republican we
should have been at exactly the same 1
pains to understand his point of view I
and work with him.."
The Times points out that there
were ht the opening of the conference
two general views about the kind of
peace that the world ought to' have
--the French view and the Aniertian
"No views Of settlenient were so
clearly ideitified with this country
as these two were with France and
America. The chief instrument of
the American view was the league
of nations. This ideal is in one form
or another almost as old as interna
tional law, and nearly every country
in the world has at one time or an
other contributed to it, but its ap
plication to the problems of this war '
came from America in the first in-i
"There is, therefore, no question t
at the conference of our imposing a
h.olicy of our own. What we have
done was to seek to reconcile. so far
af possible the French and American
"Our, policy at Paris has been that
of mediator and interpreter."
The Liverpool. Post says:
"Lord Robgrt Cecil places' the
Monroe doctrfhe in its true light with
regard to the league of nations. He
says, in effect, that so far from the
league being the death blow to the
capital article of American political
faith, it is the application' of that
article on a universal scale.
"According to the draft bf the cov
pialit, the parties to the league un
dertake 'to respect and preserve as
against external aggression the ter.
r'tortal integrity and existing polit- I
isal" independence' of every member
o 'the league. The most absolute i
iDpporter of Monroeismn could surely t
db~lre no more than that.
"'The independence of both Amer
iba 'ishitaM,"ntfBdI ' ab i to.vsrw.lpitn
ing,' ,ajobr`ty' o'thy pi * '5,g- .fa: i
'tttýthat' entbtli::tae o' hap, li
1 iC Ii i d e9.`o out
Tyykillrotae-T·k ifuneral of the
i.te Andrew- Tyykiluoto' aged 34
years, will take place'Saturd-y.after
noon a '1:"00 o'clock at puggan's
uidetttakulng parlor'. I*iterment in
the.'Mtointaln' View cemetery.
'Riissell--Sm Russell, an old-tim
er of Bdtte,' who left, here about eight
years ago, 4died' at Clarkdali, Ariz.
The body will probably.be shipppd to
Butte for burial. Funeral announce
Card of Thanks.
We take this means of thinking
our many friends and neighbors for
their kindness and sympathy;ashown
us during the sickness and after the
death of our beloved mother, Mrs.
Mary Sullivan., We alsd want to
thank all those who sent the beau
tiful floral offerings.
MISS MAE SULLIVAN.
MRS. ALICE SHANAHAN.
MRS. I'RANI CRAWFORD.
MRS. ALICE SULLIVAN.
Retlable Undertaker aijd .mbalmer
sU Noti.ts ain street
McQuald-The funeral of the late
William McQuaid will take place to
morrow (Saturday) afternoon at 2
o'clock from Daliels & Bilboa funeral
chapel, proceeding, to Mt. Moriah
cemetery, where-interment will'take
place at -2:30 0'elook.,
After deliberating Ioure than five
hours, the jury in the case of Louis C
Miedak, ehrge-d -with ,'idition, re
ported a disagreement t i lio'clg.
The case was a s't'ational one I
and occupied the attention of Jud-:
J. J. Lynch's department of the,d _1-l
trict court for two dhs. Diu'ilot
that time testimony w:a introduced /
by the state in an attempt to prove t
that the defendant had declared,
'American soldiers an, not fighting (
for deutlocraqy, but for capitalism."'l
"To hell wi t' this country, its no
gooti anyway," and that he had en- )
deavored to, ilpede lprosecution of
the war hf.> cking the mherits of
the Liberty loan camnaign.
All of these allegations were de
nied by the detendant when placed
on the witness stAnd Yesterday after
In his appea- to the julty Attorney
i. H. McCafftfy, counsel for the de
fense, intimated that a local leader
of radicale shbotld never have been
tried for seditton of which he was
After defititi- the nature of the
crime with which tiedakl was charged
County AttOrney Joseph R. Jackson
plunged into .a. dnunciation of any
nan who wittlingly or voluntarily ut
ters words in abuse of the flag whieh
offers him, pagtection and the coun-1
try wGhose' CDiititutiou insures him
liberty and: freedom.
"If this man is guilty," lie told
the jurors, "then have the backbone
--the moral edurage, to give him it
long sentence in the penitentiary. If
he is guilty, as I believe him to be, he
deserves such a;jolt."
(Special United Press Wire.)
Paris, March 21.-American bull
ets helped to save France, now she
wants Americain business to aid iin
her restoratibn. France desires in
tensive American co-operation in put
ting northern districts back on the
map, Phillipe Cholarna, Controlline
geheral of the liberated region told
the United Press. He said: "It will
take 10 years to restore northern
France to is former state working
our hardest. For five years we Will
need all the asslstance it will be hos
tible to get fyont the Un.ted States
after whidih %e will liDpe' off. We
need machinery, buildings and vast
amounts of all sorts of material. ,En,
tire cities, towns and villages must be
rebuilt. ni l t . t s0
':IN SlMt ACISC
(SpecittlJUlhiiel Pt;tss nWire.)
I:os Angaleell,1Mart4 r 2L,- if Saf
i'tacisco'.} make thde gar antee 0f
$100,000 to defray 'th) tpenuses tt
thei democratic natioa~l eauventioktf
Ilete is every indicatfon that' the next
democratic 'presidential ckndidat'
will be niominated. iniiat.:city, This
sithtemeth i.)tvas made ,by. Iatord
Dockwe IWtt dtnmiowtild hatinaI
cinmiti~f in, who'.;ettlrned, `trds
Vaphi t~t fea a Ibrorght Up
t-he :mat-e.t "thatl er 1 egldeit
Wilsop ~g .,'to the Ie'lioeriatic, Idait
ers. The e',aoyi1ty eetaled to favor
raeetli g I<l i p.'West
Beware-tho reveller of swollen
Thy temple stands not on so firm
But one bold throw, may rend thy
And in thy halls defiant footsteps
For feelfiig is to ktroW the chains
While knowing hurls the fetters
Look yon-the granary of our own
Contains within its walls a pletious
Dost thou, proud chief, deny our
right to take?
Then forced we be to rive thy
For what vain guard would hold
the larder's key
While hungry masses call for
bread of ye?
Take heed-thou masterly of gilded
Thy lineal prowess held great
When pillars shook and tumbling
went the curse
To 'float unheeded in the passing
Avaunt ye proud nor stay the shift
That opes the doorway to a nobler
-H. J. Hamilton.
)OTICI TO) CIRSEI gS.
EBtate of Walter 8-'ttX batfrow,
Notice is hereby gfteh' b the un*
dersigned administrator of the estate
of Walter Scott Rent-irw,: 4edeased,
to the creditors of lnid .llt h'ersonu
having Claims againat tlle 'said de
ceased, to exhibit theiS, with the
niecessary vouchers, W9thitbi fout
inonths after the first5 publication of
this notice, to the said admillistrato!
at 308 Lewisohn luiditig, Butte.
Mont., the office of I e it! Nolan &
Donovan, attorneys ~t law, the same
being the place for tb8 ttailgaction of
the business of said ~s14t, in the
county of Silver BOW, sta01tt f Mon
DUVERNE B. i IOW,
Administrator of thO ..
Walter Scott Rent bt u ed.
Dated Butte, MoiMtt04 dlly.of
1 March, 1919.
(First publication Mtb -ri[ ; 1919.)
Ht4LT l OAOl MAY BE
SGIYEN SEIED LIQUQR
At a meeting of the Silver Bow
county board of health yesterday
morain . te bill just signed by Gov.
Y..:V: `Stw .rlt permitting 1 quor
sueize r ¶.l1e tl c t"' oiWu w t1
PAr )ttnau.on. lalvyit ,:Uc31) ,it t l
lapsal of, cunty 41typpfjaJe t
recqilVe4 seouq disctussiota- ':,i i 1
just. signed provides that the dist ict
ludge, before whom a violation of
thei.prdhibition law may he heard,
can, either order the confiscated li
quor destroyed or turned over to the
county, board of health. Shoulld the
latter disposition be made of such
liquors the health hoard must give
a receipt showing the quantity and
kind' of liquor received. It is also
provided that the liquor given the
board shall be kept only for medic
inal purposes and can only he use(l
by the county board upon tihe ap
proval of the state board, which
board is to recteive all liquors re
ceived in excess of the prospective
uses of tilhe county board and not
FOR MISS WOOD
A musicale and card party w\ill be
given at the Woman's club, corner
Park and Columbiat streets, on Satutr
day, March 22. at 2 o'clock p. m., for
the benefit of Miss Edna Wood.
The following is the musical pro
Vocal. selection......l Miss Phylis Wolfe
Piano accompanist, Miss Mar
Vocal selection..... Mrs. W. H. Floimer
Accompanist, Mrs. Vogel.
Reading ............... Miss Edythe O'Leary
Vocal selection....,... Miss Edna Wood
Vocal selection..Mrs. O. H. Shoemalter
Accompanist, Miss Margaret Mc
Violin selection . ..................
..............iss Genevieve McCarthy
Accompanist, Miss Mary Cath
Musicale begins promptly at 2
o'clock p. inm.
All men and women interested in
an honest expression at the ballot
box on March 24 are requested to call
at headquarters, at 11 South Mon
tana street and leave their names as
Watchers. Also those who are will
ing to destribhute literature are re-i
quested to call.
(Paid Political Advertisement.)
Bulletin Boosters should patronize
One Cent No Ad Leas
A Word Than 11
in Advance Cents.
Gpden -Gate -ool Hall
4 bt4*5, Cifgu , Cigarettes and
a ,Y~ ý. Candles.
$:, ' IVE US A CALL
,272, E, Park.
StN`SAW IN BULLETIN.
1vt b 3'"OM i 'Kt OR bRIPPLED?
-A tew treatments of CHIROPRAC
TI.. will 'relieve you. At any rate
give it a trial. Quit drigs. Avoid
the qgieratlon. See Flofar W. Emery,
Ro6m 9 Silver Bow block.
RETUlRNED SOLDIERS wishing to
advertlie for work can use the
want ad Columns of the Daily Bus
letlu free o, charge. Do n6t be
backward In taking advantage of this
pifer, we are glad to be of service to
ROOMING house changed hands.
Mrs. Rose Miller, manager. All
outside rooms; rent reasonable by
day, week or month. 544 S. Main.
ROOM' RENT exchanged for labor,
rent $10.00 a month and up. 619
2 SUITES of housekeeping rooms.
225 S. Dakota.
2 MODER'N furnished housekeeping
rooms, 9 N. Clark. Phone 4426-J.
1, 2 OR 2 IIOUSISEKEEPING rooms
with gas. 402 E. Granite.
2 OR 3 ýMODERN housekeeping
rooms. Inquire 24 E. Woolman.
FURNISHED housekeeping rooms,
steam heat, at reduced rates. 223
FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms
for housekeeping.! 716" Maglsoa St.
2 FURNISHED housekedi..6di Nxb s
with bath. 510; W. Galena.
?-ROOM furnished house for rent
1247 E. First st.
4-1lOOM modern house. Inquirs
1125 E. Second st. Phone 3231-W
FOR RENT -- 2-room house; har(
wall finish; close in; rent $10 per
month. Inquire 1623 Fldrence ave.
BOARD AND ROOM ti,.itters
home cooking. Burt"Earfley, 621
Settle Ytourle.c M Lt
tion Bets With a lA T E ory BiGL
AT THE BIG 4
17 WEST PARK STREET
.; SA\1 '()IfL SA\\ IT IN TIE' IIILLTI[N. .
All Workers Interested in This IU
Subject Should Come
Sunday Afternoon, March 23
1:30 P. M. I
SAY YOU SA\VW IT IN THE BUILLTIN.
Funeral services for August Cruell,
engineer at the Columbia gardens,
were bald yesterday afternoon at
hit home, 527 M South Montana
street, and at St. Mark's Lutheran
church. A large delegation of friends
attended land tlhere were man y beau
tlful floral pieces. The lchoir sang
"Asleep in Jlesus," "The Father
Sleeps" aind "Nearer, My God, to
Thee." The eulogy was deliveretd by
the Rev. M. Hudtloff.
Phone 52 If You Want to
Rent That Furnished House
2-STOlRY Iframe lhouse; I rooI.I
large hall. 730 E. Galena.
TllltEE lOOM11 house, large wootd
shed oil two lots, wviler and ll e
tric lights ill house, sleeping porch
and fiurniture. 1324 Aloniroe. ('all
after 5:301 in lthe evening.
FOIR SAILE-- lot 60x1001; fenced;
cesspool, water, garage, chicken
honsoe aind yard. trees, walks; price,
$250.00 today. Inquire 1915 Caro
4-ROOM house; bathroom; two lots
in good location, facing Floral
park. A bargain at $1,500. In
quire Box 52, Bulletin.
3-ROOM house on two lots; a bar
gain. Apply owner, 1945 S. Wy
oming st. Phone 5403-J.
BEST framing shop in town; imiedi
ate possession; cheap rent. Inquire
221 E. Park.
FOR SALE--Dishes, granitewa re,
home-made quilts and lots of odds
and ends. 260 E. Porphyry.
JEWELRY and second-hand cloth
ing for sale at Uncle Sam's Loan
Office, 11 S. Wyoming street.
CITY EGGS, 75e dozen. 215 W. Mer
cury or the Big Green Coop, Co
FURNITURE FOR SALE
ODDS and ends at your own price;
come and get it. We have no place
to store it. 225 S. Dakota.
FURNITI'IlE of four rooms in good
condition; a snap if taken at once.
$125. 1132 W. Granite.
7' ROOMS of furniture for sale and
house for rent; close in; goodt
renting locality; terms if desired.
508 WV. Galena.
BUICK 37; Rayfield carburetor; fine
condition; will demonstrate; extra
tires and rims. Phone 843. 43 Hir
ONE PAIR of boy's gauntlet gloves
in Liberty theater. Owner can have
sante by applying at Bulletin office
and paying for this ad.
AUTOS FOR HIRE.
SEV.EN-PASSENGER Cbhndler Se
dan. A. G. Nyman. Phone 5642-J.
JAMES SULLIVAN ON
ROAD TO RECOVERY
James Sullivan, 205 Tripp &
Dragstedt apartments, who was re
ported critically ill of pneumonia
early in the week, was reported yes
terday to he greatly improved. His
temperature dropped from 104 de
grees to SI) between Wednesday and
last night. 1M'r. Sullivan was an elec
trician in the navy yards until a few
months ago, when he returned to
this, hips home city.
IUse Blle;tin want ads. They get
thel want columlns of the Bulletin.
Say you saw it rodvertised in the
leavi.'il l \\wII atn \ialalt Io
,1I e'very!llinig iext \'eek.
115 \W. (ialeia SI.
[liVE THOUSAND WORKEBR
wanted to buy $5 worth of stock
In The Bulletin Publishing Co.
MONEY TO LOAN
_-. _ -
MONEY advanced on Liberty bonds,
diamonds, watches, jewelry and
other articles of value; square deal.
People's Loan office, 28% E. Park.
MONEY LOANED at 3 per cent. Dia
monds, Jewelry, Liberty bonds.
Mese Llnz, upstairs leweler.
LEWIS & WALKER, assayers and
chemists, 108 N. Wyoming. Phone
CLEANERS AND DYERS
AMERICAN Dyeing & Cleaning Wks.
1341 Harrison ave. Phone 131.
HAVE your children's hair cut at
E. J. Swaidner's barber shop,
133% W. Broadway.
Hemstitching and Braiding
BRAIDING, hemstitching ant riicot
ing. 101 Pennsylvania Iblock. M.
Friends we feed,
Friends we meet,
Come to the "Pony"
Chile to eat.
TIHE CLASSIC CHILI PARLOR, 210
N. Main st. Chili, light lunches,
etc. Opetn day and night.
PIIONOGRAPH records bought and
sold, also exchanged for only a
dime. 329? S. Ar.opq St. Rec
Pianos Tuned and Roep*$t
GUYON. 60C S. Clark Ave.