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When You Buy a
1\inute difference in color,
cutting, brilli-ancy and clear
ness affect the value of a dia
mond to such a degree that its
purch:se by one without cx
perience is most difficult. and
the se'lecltiotn, for the.most part,
mnlst in anyit: ca:se be left to the
For this reason it behooves
one to he most careful in de
cidtling the question: Prom whom
shall I buy my diamond?
First of all: "The dealer
must be reliable."
Second: "The dealer must
be in a position to buy to the
Third: "The price must be
112 N. Main.
SY YOU A\111' IT IN I'LLETIN.
Poynter's Cash Store
1854 HARRISON AVE.
Wholesale to Consumer.
Do you realize that by buying
your supplies each day in small
quantities that your day's pay
goes little more than half as far
as it would if you bought the
whole week's supply at one
time? Call up Poynter's
6534-R, and order your week's
Fancy sugar cured hams, per
lb. ....... ..... ...35c
Fancy sugar cured bacon, per
lb. ....................... .40c
Large white mealy potatoes,
per 100 lbs ................$1.60
100 lbs. granulated sugar for
only ........................ $11.00
17 bars white or brown soap,
for ............. ...................$1.00
10 lbs. dry onions ............. 25c
C(arnaltio milk, tall cans,
oz. ....................... . .. . $1.73
Scego milk, tall cans, doz..$1.5
Ilebo, doz.. ..................... $1. 0
White or brown beans, lb..10c
SAY YOU SAW IT IN I3ULLETIN.
for Less on
Easiest of Terms
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If You Can't Come
64 EAST BROADWAY
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The Finest in Butte
MAX VITT, Proprietor.
205 W. Park-135 S. Main
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN,
WHY GO UP TOWN?
We carry a full line of grocer
ies, vegetables and fruits in
Phone 212 1204 E. 2nd St.
18 E. PARK ST.
GOOD MEAT CHEAP
The Workiugman's Friend.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
. Herav the Rest on the Market
I JNippI r Prices.
O I. PARK ST.
CGANADIAN LABOR I
TO UIT A. F. OFL
Gompers Denounced as Re- I
actionary by Alberta Con
ference. Unions Will Take
Vote on Withdrawal.
Calgary, Alta., March 21.- Cont
plete se!paration front the Anmerican t(
Federation of Labor because of the n
reactionary policies of President t(
Samuel Gompers and the machine in it
control of that organization is de- A
landiled in resolutions unanimously
adopted by the Western Canada La- 11
bor conference, in conlvention here. s
Thlise same resolutions also indorl'se
Not a dissenting vote of the rep
resenttative c(onventioni with more
than 200 ldlcegats pIresent, repro
seltting craift organizations affiliated T
with the Anelican Federation of La
tIor fromI the provinces of British
Collllllubin. Alberta. Saskatshiewan,
.allnllitioh and norIcthwestern Ontario,
was registered ;sgainlst these stinging U
resollutions denllouncing Gopers. ti
Thle rest'ilutions call for a vote of
the var'ious lnioins of western Can- P
ada on withdrawil, and the chances t
are 25 to 1 that they will do so. o
:As tIlh delegaltes roared their a:p- n
proval of the resolutions they c
Icheered for inlternationalism. u
The. convention is the nmost rpre- u
:cpltative labor gathering ever held d
in thlie Dominion. Delegates are pros- c
cit fltrol as far west as Victoria s
!id tl tncoi vetr on tive Pacific coast.
iitn as far east as Fort Williamn and
IPol Arthllr, Ontario. o
That tle passing of the resolutions I
·condelnllilling the Amlelican Federation a
of Labor and favoring industrial
lnllionisnl is an autolmatic declaration
of war oni the part of the organized
workers against the capitalist class
of Canada and the world is the opin
ion of a vast majority of the dele
gatles. When i . Taylor. a Vancouver
delegate, timidly asked if that is what
the resolutions meant, lie was soon
se. at et ret by a rolal' of aplproval
whiclh surged through the hall.
\VWhen the vote was taken the raf
t 'r:; ranig with the cheers and roars
of the delegates. Winnipeg Trades
and Labor Council delegates have in- I
troduced resolutions calling for a 6
hour day and five-day week, or a 30
hour week. Other resolutions demand
that May 1 be considered a public
holiday, and that the workers keep
it instead of the so-called "Labor"
day on Selptemnber 2.
Resolutions for a half holiday for
Iostal workers and reimlbursement
for inllnenza sufferers were adopted.
IResolutions otn daylight saving, and t
pirohibition of the liquori traffic were
thru;wn out as of no interest to the
revolutionary working class.
luissia's working class: govern
nict canme in for decided approval
fron.- the various delegates, the ex
collent work for labor of the soviets
being highly plraised bIy men and
womelln fronl every section of westernl
Tell Va'tilious er T'tadies aind Labor
coun:cil has reprinted Leinie's "So
viets at W\orke" and Williamls' "The
ito!shcviki and the Soviets," and
copies are being plurcllhaisCed in large
numbellrs tby practically every dele
'ieretofore it was considered a
crimle b1y 1an order-in-council plassed
by the Dominiioni government to have
either of lthese' pamphlets in one's
possession. bilut thle Vancoulver Lablor
council printed them and is selling
thell all over Canada lat. cost price.
Nlaty copi e' of "Capital," the first
eight chapters of volume one aind
certain other sections of Karl lManrx's
mnonumtntal work, were printed by
Ithe socialist party of Canada. The
iomiinion governlllelnt passed one of
its orders in council. mlaking the Ios
session of the Charles H. Kerr edi
lion of "(Capital," an offense punish
able by five years in prison or a
$5,111111 line, or both. This militant
organlization published this edition
and is selling it.
It decide(! that when the mlctal
transliortation and minillg industrial
organlizations vote in favor of
changes inl the constitution, they
nmust 1ie inade. One of the last of
ficial acts of the Jritish Columnbia
ctonventionl was the reading of a tel
egranl froml the British Columnbia
lrovincial governnlent agreteing to
the convention's demnand that a rigid
investigation be Imade into conldi
iionis ill thlie Coal ('reek miniing dis
tr'ict. ''The govetnmellint declaredl it
will alike tihe inecessary inquiry at
an early dlate.
ASK REED TO RESIGN
SEAT IN THE SENATE
Jefferson ('ity. Meo., March 21..-
James A. Reed, United States senator
from Mlissouri, was called upon to
resign his seat in the senate in reso
lutions adopted late today by a con
ference of 50 democratic members of
the house of representatives. The
action was taken, conference leaders
announced, as a result of Senator
Reed's address to the legislature yes
terday in which he attacked the pro
posed league of nations.
(Continued From Page One.)
Where are our devastated fields and
ruined cities? Where are our cathe
orals destroyed and homes profaned ?
Where are our flooded mines and pil
laged factories? Is it, then, a serious
sacrificcl to invest -one's money in
the interest-bearing obligations o1
one's government to ma;e evorlsagt
ingly recure the nation's freedom ae
well as the nation's prosperity?
When men undertake to compute the
sacrifices of a war for freedom I
would like them to get a vision ol
some things I saw long ago on the
battlefields of France and Belgium.
"We have a right to invoke the
patrioti:-m of the people and today ii
lakes at higher type of patriotism tc
cerve the nation than was required
in the delirium of war."
Advertise that room for rent it
.the want columns of the Bulletin.
Say you saw it advertised in th_
COUNTY IAN OWN
Law Provides for Such an
Institution for the Use of
Loc.al Consumers. Would
It ha; beeln ascertained, ;cccirding
to those interested in the wstablish
ment of a public mairket, that chap
ter 2, of the session laws of 1917.
in addition to the powers specifically
granted county commissioners, gives
them the right to erect -market
houses, to be located at the county
seats, and to regulate them. This law I
says the commissioners can main
tain a public market in any county.
which shall be open to the farmers,
gardeners and actual producers of
farm products within their counties.
The purpose is further declared to
be "for the sale direct to the con
sumer of buttler, eggs, cheese, meats,
vegetables and all other farm prod
cets raised for domestic consump
This privilege of selling in the
public market "is extended only to
the actual plroducers of the things
offered for sale," and provision is
made that it shall not b' enjoyed by
corporations or firms, who might buy
up the products for purposes of spec
ulation. Those using the market to
dispose of their wares are to pay the
county 5 per cent of his or he~' gross
sales each dlay.
The county auditor is to be c,
officio market master, to see that the
law is enforced, that proper weights
and measures are given and that the
food inspection regulations are car
FEDERAL BUREU 8:1
MAY BE REDUCO for
No Offer of Assistance From ieiI
Outside Has Been Offered om
to Make Up for Lack of one
Provision by Congress.
The Butte federal employment an'
agency will be partially shut down bcl
after tomorrow unless outside aid is oc
With only in appropriation of P
$050 a month left to maiaintain the of- dis
lice. it will be necessary to curtail set
most of its useful divisions. It is Ph
expected that hereafter not more
than three office people canl be re
'There have been hopes in local exx
circles thxat solne arrangelneuts no
would be Ieached whiereby private c
business agencies would comlie to the
financial rescue to keep the local xl
branch up to it!s present stanldard. co
and while tlhere have been a number
of meetings amoneg local organiza
lions nothing has been achieved. No
plans for providlng ing fiancial assist
ance have been formulated. sh
While the administration will on at
tomorrow close all but 56 of the 750 oi
offices established in tile war period,
it was fully expected that of all
places in Montana the office in Butte ha
would be one which would be kept in
full force and effect. It was expect- ar
ed that local effort would mnalke that ed
possible. Now it appears that the bu- lii
reau in Butte is one of the few of
throughout the state to be at least in
badfy crippled. In Great Falls ar- th
rangenments are being mIade to keep TI
the oflice there up to its standard, lit
The branch ill Lewistown will be D
kept going on finances raised through
public subscriptions, and x i :ilart
Stlans rx'e beling effected ill othr cit
ios of Mlontana.
CUTTS IS JEERED
BY SOUTH SIDERS
t W illie C'Itlt, the " hocola.l' Sol
dier" cnodid'hte for mayor. appeared
at Bennoll.' haIll on the south side
last nighx to speak It a schdtu.lled
meeting, ilxt a:, oiil;y nine lpi 'rons
showed i... < onxipn."g condidat'es. withl
a bedyg:l t:rd of labor itakirs, accepted
the inviixttin ( 'f tl( , man ager of the
Harrisot l Axn iCue theater to ;pce!
Mr. Cults received ax very wxarns
v welcome from the audience, m;ostl,
hoots anxd jeers, and both tile th:.,e'r I
Ilmanager and the spruce lhxro re
ceived a jolt from the south .:id :
which they will long remember. TIhey I
twere gi\ven to understand by t1e a'-.I
dience that they paid their monucy
"to see a show, not a freak."
.\t a mass meeting, held at 11
PSouth Montana street last 'evening,
il- W. ..'e Sell an'd ' harles Whitely
V were nomlillated to run for members
of t~xIlHdiOWltW, sjbo66l[1ilteis at the
election to be held on ) oAril 5.
t' The meeting ad'optqd the title of
a" I"People's ticket" for the nominees,
and it is understood that an active
lie campaign will be made to elect the
above named gentlemen.
of Mr. Sewell is a well-known busi
he ness man and Charles Whitely is a
xe member of the Engineers' union, and
he if elected they will help to make the
it school board a representative body,
to as it should be.
Use Bulletin Want Ads.
Dulletin Phone 1fgg s 52
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Nonpartisan Club Cam
paign .:. quarters a.IA.
been opened at 11 South:
Montana, treet. All work-,
ers and iAnds who desire
to restore the city hall to
the people are invited to
$100 reward will be paid to any
one proving we do not put in the
best mainspring for $1. Mayer, 87
North Main street.-Adv.
The funeral of James M. Tripp,
who died Tuesday morning, was held
this afternoon at the, residence, 101
West Porhpyry street.
A. C. Devins of Centerville sus
tained a fracture of the leg.yesterday
afternoon when he slipped; qn the
sidewalk in the 300 block, 'North
Main street. He was treated at'the
Regular Friday evening services
at Temple D'nai Israel, corner of
Washington and Galena streets, at 8
o'clock. Interesting sermons on cur
rent topics. A cordial welcome to vis
Theosophical society, 102 Lewi
sohn block.--"The Merchant of Ven
ice" will be the subject of Rabbi J. K.
Levin's lecture Sunday evening at
Abe and Ehtel Warwick, who hold
forth on East Silver street, were ar
rested by Detectives I.arkin and
Lý'Ich last evening on a charge of
selling morphine and cocaine and
also on charges of vagrancy. The
complaint was laid with the police
by Cassie Scott, who claims that at
one time Warwick made her sell the
dope for him.
A business meeting of the wVomin
an's Christian Temperance union was
held at the headquarters cf' the As
sociated Charities in the courthouse
this afternoon at 3 o'clock. The topic
'Patriotism and "Prohibition" was
discussed, 4a ; ii~$tic .tlifgrani pre
sented and Irtx antdres on "The
Flag" give .l.I . .
Girls of 'leel't age of thel Mountain
View M. E. "Sinday school.1,itll be
ulltertain(d' tormdriow ,,.ntlngIat din
ncr in the 'dhuxltbl. paV'ltrl4', by the
W.onen's Fooi#tt .ikddsltnary ~isciety
of the churcll 'i 'h.h' flu t.'totitn: ill be
gin at 6 o'cloIc.; A staili:ti'd'ibearer
Company will hbe organlzed. '
should see thag the wiho efam:iy take
at least three or four doges' Of thor
ough purifying, systen-cldansing
medicine this spring; Now is the
time. The family will 'be ihealthier,
happier and get along better if the
blood is given a thorough purifying,
the stomach and bowels cleaned out,
and the germs of winter, accumulat
ed in the system, driven away. Hol
lister's Rocky Mountain Tea is one
of the 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
MADE PRISONERS BY
Washington, 1March 21. -- Release
of six Americans who were taken
from the Britis h mule ship Esmer
aldas by the famous German raider
Moewe a year ago, has been reported
to the war delpartlment. The men
were said to have called for Den
MEN'S I .\'S AND CAPS,
N 1'I' KW "A: R,\ HOSIERY,
(' II.\ IA N ;:EllED ALL WOOL
1-'ITS 1.\E1: TO YOUR MEAS
IUR: AT LOWEST PRICES
LONS. I'::::S' WITH FIRST
CLASS M A\TERIAL AND
WORICKANSIIIP. . THE+ UN
ION LABEL IN EVERY #}AR
MENT. "S.\TISFACTION" IS
OUR MOTTO. YOU GET THAT
OR YOU c;UT YOUR MONEY
1 112 WEST PAltW.
AY YOU S.\\\C IT IN BULLET
South Side Whiet Club
Every Saturday Night at
1957 HIARRISON AVE.
Admission 25c. Everybody wel
come. Take car N-". t offl
at Cobb.'sh " -ro- "·"t.'
At Their New Location
Cor. Park and Wyoming Sts.
Saturday, March 22nd
with a full line of Sprink'-goods.
Unexcelled fabrics in the latest patterns. Prices right.
Uncalled-for suits at a great saving. We solicit a share of
IN BUTTE CHURCHES
Immanuel Presbyterian church,
Galena and Gaylord streets.-Sunday
school 11 a. in., Richard Tregidga,
superintendent. There will be no evc
Central Presbyterian church, First
street and Utah avenue, It. G. Wil
liams, minister.-Preaching 11 a. m.
by the Rev. J. A .Smith. Sunday
school, 12:45, W. II. Haws, superin
tendent. Christian Endeavor meet
ing 6:30 and preaching 7:30 by the
pastor. The evening theme will be:
"Going to Church at the Wrong
Time." The large choir, under the
leadership of Evan Roberts, will ren
der special music. This church is
now well organized and the interest,
through the united effort, is high. All
classes are cordially invited
CARPETS AND RUGS
A SOURCE OF
Physicians who keep in touch with
the advancement of medical progress
and those who make the science of
hygiene the study of their lives are
awake to the fact that vast possibil
ities for ham are found in the carpets
upon the floors, and unquestionably
a large proportion of the Zymotic
diseases that are prevalent find their
origin in the bacteria and minute
germ life that find breeding places
in Rugs and Carpets that do not re
ceive proper care.
It is this fact that led Doctor
Boehm-Chandos, physician in ordi
nary to Queen Victoria, to say: "Car
pet Cleaning establishments are real
ly more useful than hospitals, for
prevention being better than cure, an
establishment that protects from dis
ease, as do the carpet cleaning in
stitutions, take precedence over in
stitutions that repair the injuries of
health caused by filthy carpets."
The London Lancet, the leading
medical journal in England, if not
in the world, states: "A large pro
portion of the diseases of children
and adults, too, could be escaped by
a frequent cleansing of the Carpet
upon the floors of the living rooms.
Children suffer most because they
lie upon or play upon the floor, thus
getting nearer to the cause of con
tagion, but every member of the fam
ily, bQth old and young, find a grave
menace to health in neglected car
Dr. Guglielminette, of Monte Carlo,
in a recent report notes that dust
consists of not only tiny bits of sand
and soil, but also living `rgalsmls,
chiefly disease gen.rl, amti .t dead
organic matter, both anitlal and
vegetable. NONE. OP THIE .AEE
GOOD FOR THOSE WHO BREATHE
THEM OR LIVE IN AN ATMOS
PHERE LADEN WITH THEM.
It is absolutely impossible to clea
a rug with a Vacuum Cleaner. There,
is a certain amount of set matter in
the back of every rug that can only
be removed by our process.
Particular people how send their
rugs twice a year to be cleaned.
We make a specialty of cleaning
carpets, rugs. Oriental rugs, also re
modeling and weaving old carpets
Phone us and we will call and give
you an estimate on yoqr work:
WEST SIDE ELECTRIC
CARPET CLEANING CO.
320 So. Ilaho St. PHONE 5473)-J
h Ji t the
For Sundy. _ding' a's
Two Large 25c
Coffee Cakes c
SPECIAL-FOR 'SALE 8ATURDAY ONLY
22 8. MAIN
2 doors below Rialto Theater 315 8. MAIN
llllumllEs mEllllilllllllllllilmEi E UIU+h!U,-s iEn Iue
I Meat Sale
Don't overlook the big- Saturday spec.al
,-, ,,, ,where you can save 490 ~lr cent on every
U . dollaL,
ROAST BEEF, SHOULDER STEAK,
pe , , ....................... 15 per l ., .... ..i .:
BOILING BEEF, 12Q MUTTON CHOPS,
per lb., ............ . ....per b., ........................
PRIME RIB ROLLED, LIVER,
per lb., ..2........... 5c 2lbs
per lb .. ........................ 2 lbs. .................. ...... C
HAMBURG STEAK, BEEF IDNEYS,
per lb., ...........c............ 2 lb .... ". " ... ..... ..... 0
ROAST PORK, 2 lCORN BEEF,
per lb., ..8c 7 7s .......................
ROAST VEAL, PIGS FEET,
per lb., ............... 2 Ibs . .....
LEGS MUTTON, 25- DIXIE B RAN0 BACIt ,
per b.., .................................. lb,
per Ib., C.. ..... 8.....L;... 1
SHIOULDER MUTTON, I FANCY S.4IINED 4A I,
per lb., ..........U . per lb., .......................
MUTTON OR BEEF 1 HOME4IADItASAIJAGE,
STE , per .lb., ....... per lb., ..
SIRLOIN STEAK, 2 BEEF, by the lide,
per b., .......
ROUN.) STEAK, :t
ALLOLI AT NIM llM
203 8. .,Af (orner IUer.ury) PHONE '"
"--, A Y;WU . o ,Y ...IN TH" BUILLETIN.
Butter, Eggs, Co0
Milk, Cream, B i Always
The Blue Bri .... $
2001- W. PARK ST. . ;.- " ,,