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PART OF DEMOCRAT
Ily FRANK J. TAYLOR
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
Berlin, April 1.-Count Bernstorff
has joined the ranks of the demo
crats. He admits he has joined the
party and the party admits he has
been taken into the fold, though no
statement came out officially.
llernstortf's fluctuation into the
democratic party came out in an un
conscious and amusing way. In the
early days of the revolution, in De
cember, he spoke of "the democrats"
and "the socialists."
By the end of January, Bernstorff
spoke, unconsciously or otherwise, of
"we democrats." On inquiry, he stat
ed he had joined the democrats and
took part in their councils.
Joining the democrats has re
established Bernstorff solidly with
the government, since the democrats
are in coalition with the majority so
Bernstorff was mentioned among
the first of the "democrats" to get a
seat in the new cabinet. He is in
good favor with Germans generally,
who appreciate his ability, but are
dubious as to the way his presence
in the government will be taken by
the allied, countries, especially Amer
There was a strong movement to
send him as a peace delegate, which
was held back only by apprehension
over his possible reception. For this
reason a systematic inquiry was in
stituted among Americana and Eng
lishmen in Berlin as to how the count
would be received. The results hardly
strengthened his position.
Another means of "inquiring" was
the report sent out from Berlin and
then branded as a "mistake" that
Bernstorff had been appointed as a
peace delegate. The Germans watched
eagerly -for the reaction from the
"FLU" CUTS DOWN
(By tnited Press.)
Valdez, Alaska, April 3.--Due to
lhb' Spanish inrluunza epidemic,
wh~ich swept over the territory (tlr
ing the winter, expcrienceld fur-trad
-'rs fear hliat the Arctic fur produc
1ion will be. small this, sea':on, ecia
1ared'c with lhrOVious years.
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Fireless Cooker Bureau Electric Heaters Vacuum Cleaners
Chairs Dresser Electric Toasters Poultry
Lounge I Buffet Electric Irons Go-Carts
Couch Books Percolators Baby Buggies
Chiffonier Encyclopedias Clothes Wringers Automobiles
Sideboard Pianos Gas Stoves Carpet Sweepers
Piano Stools* Gas Plates * Clocks
Rugs, Carpets Kodak Lenses
Beds Piano Players
Cash Registers Lawn Mowers
Mattresses Guitars Saws
Easy Chairs Curtains
Rocking Chairs Clothes Racks
Phonographs WashingMachine Velocipedes
Carving Sets Carpenters' Tools
Fountain Pens Kodaks Wagons
Typewriters China Closets
Field Glasses Trunks Bath Tubs China Closets
Opera Glasses Safes
Suit Cases Sinks Kitchen Cabinets
Book Cases Sewing Machines Dining Tables Oil Stoves
Rolltop Desks Pictures Stoves, Ranges Dishes
UTAI LIVESIOCK MEN
INCESE WOLF BOUNTY
Pr t United Press.)
Salt Lake City, Utah, April 3.-
Ic estock men of Utah. here today
for the Fat Stock show, c::pressed
themselves. vigorotlh, as; opposed to
various conditions that have ill
creased thi co.,' of cproduction, iand
sent out a call toc other western states
to foliow their lead for a uniform
C. B. Stewart. ic es;ldent of the
state li vestock heard, and their
spokesclan, told lithe Ililed I'ress to
(ay that te iic:hctp industry is threat
oned by the intclretased chclarges of the
forest rescerves it, by "high and ltun
fair fruigit\ rates."
"iThe advanlcc in charges for the
ferest rest vl, i announced as ('!te
tive thisi year, will dicour; ge shie'p
raisers, iiid ake the co-ts of lmealts
anid wool hI ighr," said Stewart. Hie
urged stlclill tiers of westcrn state's
to co-operate icn a;t attempt to re
ctablis.h the otld rates.
Stewart c.pIlicned that without Ihe
forest rancges, isheeu-raiing on a
large scale ill Itah is almost intpos
siblc. Shiceen leave the deserts in
,suicmer for the forests,. lie said
Utah's deserts plrovil Ie more ftorage
in wintcr, for shccp than all the al
falfa cnd iay grown in the state.
She' ,pment of U ah, Stewart assert
ed, often lindl it cheaper to ship to
Caiiflornia tuand have their wool antld
pleat reshippcid aross- the country,
than to stir dil,. to the east rrom
here. Hie dteciarcd ctih rates unfair.
Utah adopted ac $4 bountiy for coy
otes th'i yeai'. * Stewart uilrged otther
:'tes to authorize a similar bounty.
saying that unlcit they do, ibounty
frauds along the state lines are en
couraged. Utah is now paying boun
ties for predatory animals hilted in
other states, he said, but tprefcrs to
continue doing Sio temcporarily, hbl.
ing that other states will finally et;
Labiish the $-1 bounty to save ilhe
The 'lah wool-growers' colnvein
tion, which was s:chc'ldled for April
1, was called off bectause of the re
currence of tlhe inifiluenza olticmic.
The Fat Stock show, being held in
the open, was not considered a cimel.
acet to the health of the conmmuntity.
The itflitnz.: situation in Utah is
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T'aris. -'In antwer to th" action of
the international socialist conference
recently held in Borne. Sit izerland.
in ;appointing a cornnllissionl to go to
.uscuia and investigat" lthe political
and economic ac'oliplis:tnentts of
the :ociali:t soviet republli.i , the :o
viol government has replied iI t.he ef
fect that it welt'(comes the visit of the
commlllissiOnl to Russia anid will guar
antee to give it every opportunity to
obtain complete informlationi relative
to the actual condition in tlhe orloer
empllire of the cza(rs, now a g:e:it peo
pie's republic. The soviet govern
ment'.s reply, which was sent by
radio to Paris, ends with a bit of
charminig irony. Here is the text:
"Now that we a'uthorize without
conilitionis the i!nquiry of this coin
mission in Itus:ia. we would likei to
know if the eovtr'i'tienll ts lltiiose stllb
jects are to take part in the work ,of
the COllmission itiil aulthl(irize a
commission of the republic of soviets
to visit their count rie.'"
'Then Paris I'opulaire makes thi :
commei t )upn tihe action of the :o
"We are not silrprised at this ac
tion by the Lenioe-Trotsky govern
Inent. We cainnot hope. however.
that it will ilodify the position taken
by the caluminators of the Ruissianl
revolution. However, it should lead
persons of good faith to adopit a cr
tain reserve in their conclusions. Is
for its. we are frankly glatd to see
soviet Russia oplen the doors and
windows of i ts house and solicit the
jidginent of the entire world as to
In keeping with the policy of anlp
italist governmentts to iput every pos
sible olstacle in the way of workers
getting in tonch with each other, the
tiritisih governiment has refused pass
ports to J. IRamsey Macl)onald and
Roden tuxton, British members of
the Iomnmnission. The French govern
Ient followed suit by a similar de
nial to the Frecnch illenibetrs.
ll the piupils of the Sunllday s; ooll
o'f the Immlanulll Preslbyteriasn chtiurch
lare reqllceted to imeet it tlhe church
tlhis eivening, April :I. to arranges. for
an Elaster l'iograi1u. P'arenlts arti
aictd to .sec that their children al
tc:d this meeting.- -Aldv.
Contriibutions on local tolpcs
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Wag e-Earners' Shopping Guide
AUTO REPAIR CHtIROPRACTIC HABERDASHER POOL ROOMS
SHOPS Dollar Shirt Shop, Lambro's Pool Hall,
Flora W. Emery Rialto Theater Bldg. 42 E. Park St.
Patterson & Currie, Room 9, Silver Dow Block.
Mercury and Montana rBATS FOR MEN RESTAURANTS
Lacey Auto Repair and So'vice -- -
Shop, CIOAIS Nickerson, The Hatter, Spokane Cate.
1126 Utah. 112 W. Park street. 17 South Main St.
Grand Avenue Repair Shop, Phe J. A. Cigar, A Leland Cafe,
Corner Harrison and Union Made. RD72 East Park street.
Grand. Moxom ,Cnfe,
BGrand. well's Hardware, 29 W. Broadway.
Auto Repair .lachinc Shop CEMENT WORK Shiner221 East Fu Parknitu tre et. Crystal Cae,
i1l Ii. SMITlH, 401 S. Wyoming _ _ ---------- 75 East. Park Street. 69 East Park Street.
CEMETEiRY COPING -- Walkers (Branch) Cafe,
ASSAYERS Maurice F. Kiley, ICE CREAM PAR- Bank Prk and Arizona.
• 1109 W. Woolman. LOIRS, CAINDIES, Etc. ,107 s. Arizona.
Lewis & Walker, Assayers, Golden West Cafe,
108 N. Wyoming street. DAIRIES Olyml:a Fruit Co., 227 S. Main.
14 N. Dakota St. Ifandley's Cafe,
- - ---- - 326 N. Wyoming.
AUTOS BOUGHT Best Yet Butter Shop, JEW LE326 N. yong.
AND SOLD 322 S. Main St.
_Blue Bird Butter Shop, Montana Jewary u., - REAL ESTATE
209 / W. Park St. Opticians, Etc.,
E. H. Rupert, 73 East Park strset. Wulf Realty Co.,
228 S. Arizona St. Crystal Creamery, People's Loan Oqice, 106 W. Granite St.
E S. Ar46rizona St. 459 1. Park street. 28P East Park street.
Brodle, the .Ieweler,
UTO PAINTING 40 East Park street. SHOES
AUTO PAINTING DRUGGISTS S. & S. Jewelry Co.,
2_1 I:ast Park Street.
Butte Carriage Works, Jaccues Drug Co., Towle-Wiltnrhalter-flannifln Chicago Shoe Store.
. 30 to 56 E. Silver St. 1957 Harrison avenueb. Company, 7 8. Main street.
-- _ -101 W. Park St. Walkover Shoe Co.
BANKS P'owell Jewelry Co., 46 W. Park Street.
DENTISTS 112 N. Main St
tegen Bros., Banker., LAGER BEER SECOND-IIAND FUR
Park and Dakota streets. C. A. Pankey, Dentist, EXTRACT NIURE
L- -l - 1 W. Park street. EXTRACT NITURE
BATlIS. Union Dentists, Lager l.lir Extract Charles Noland,
Third Floor Rialto Bldg. A. GRiAFI, 726 S. MONT. 105 West Galena St.
Steam Paths, 1. Simon,
,04 _o. _-.w FISHING TACKLE, 21 North Min. SPECIALISTS
SBUTCHERS RODMAKING, ETC. LADIES' TAILOR.
Dr. W. H. Haviland,
Schumacher Meat Co., Tod Ross. O'istlen, Ladies' Tailor, 71 West Park St.
18 E. Park St. 73 W. Park Street, 422 Phoenix blcek.
Truscott's Corner, - . Zall, SHOE REPAIRING
E Park and Grant. 504 W. Park
Western Meat Co., FURNITURE MReM.ttanus Shoe Shop,
121 E. Park St. - LADI).[j' 5 S. Wyomling.
Independent Market, Shiner's, Furniture,
203 South Main. 75 E. Park street. GARMENTS SECOND IAND
B. Kopald Co., Furniture,
K8 West Broadway. 'opular Ladles' Garment store, CLOTHING,
BAKERIES union Funiture Exchange. 63 East Park Street.
T 'lo International Store, JEWELRY, ETC.
Manhattan Bakery, 210 F. Park.
205 W. Park. FLORISTS Uncle Sam's Loan Office,
Dahl's Bakery, I----SI-- ---C 1 SIS 11 S. Wyoming.
107 N. Montana Street. Columbia Floral,
47 West IBroadway. Orton Bros., TAILORS
Royal Bakery. 2121-218 N Caln ,t
20 South Main. _
Hornme Baking Co., IiFRUIT AND VEGE- MEN'S ()OUTF'IT'ITEIRS Bernard JacobY, oTailor,eet.
Olympia St. TABILES . om Clothes ShopMontana 'Taflors,
Barker System of Bakeries, -- 34 5. Park. 425 N. Main street.
128 W. Park St. People's Fruit Co., Brenanus E. Zahl, Tailor,
39 East I'Park. 125 N. Main St. 504 W. Park street.
BARBER S tOPS Fashion Tailoring, I undee Woolen Mills,
47 W. P'ark. 62 West Park Street.
Con Lownoy. GROCERIES Palace Clothing & Shoe Stre, nButte Tailoring Co.
309 N. Main. 53-55 E. Park St. 116 S. Main St.
Pastime Barber Shop and Pool Anger Grocery, Montana Clothing and Jewelry W. Orte
Room, Harrison and Harvard. Company, W. OAotSl,
210 North Main St. J. R. Beckry, 103 S. Arizona. 431 S. Arizona St.
Park Barber Shop, 2701 Elm St. O. K. Store, Big 4,
86 E. Park. Allen's Grocery, 24 E. Park St. 17 W. Park St.
1204 E. Second street. Bouchers, Scotch Woolen Mills,
Fair Barber Sh p, 329 So. Kermode, roceriee, 27 W. Park St. 43 East Park St.
Arizona. 421 East Park street.
Poynter's Cash Store,
BATTE1IES 18ss4. arrisoi. PHOTOGURAPHY TEAS, COFFEES,
RECHARGED 609 South Msain. Thomson's Park Studio, SPICES
, _ S. F. T. A. Cash Grocery, 217 East Park Stireet. -----_
627 East Galena Street. GrandUnionTea__o.,
Montann Battery :Station, Truscott,.Grand Union Tea Co.,
224 ,. Arizonla. ~East Park and Grant. POOL HALLS s w. Broadway.
Butte Battery Co., " Ames Grocery, - .. .......
119 S. Montana St. 316'½ N. Main St. Eagle Pool Hall, NDERT E
Hanson's Cash Grocery, 937 Talbot Avenue. UNDERTAKERS
605-7 S. Main St. O D n d
CLOTHES CLEANING T. J. McCarthy, OP'TICIAN S3 Larry Duggan, Undertaker,
ANDL PRESSING'Cr 64 E. Broadway. 322 North Main street.
AND PRESSING McCarthy-Bryant & Co., Montna Jewelry Co., Daniela N Bilboa, UndertakerL,
317-319 East Park Street. Opticians. Etc., 1z5 1ast Park street.
Bernard Jacoby, Arizona Cash Market, 73 East Park St.
19'. S. Dakota Street 429 S. Arizona St. Towle-Wlnterhalter-Hannlcan VULCANIZING
Bishop Bros.. Company.
CLOTHING AND 'TA- 1S80 Walnut St. 101 W. Park St. -
Powell Jewelry Co., J. L. Mathlesen, Vulcanlslag,
LORING FOR MEN GENTS' FURNISH- 112 N. Main St. 40 East Galena
Big 4 Tailor. INGS OUTFITTERS WELDING
17 West Park Street.
AllBcn & D)arnell, Murphy Money Back Store, Francis J. Early, Vulcan Welding Works,
207 East Park. 65 E. Park St. 715-719 E. Front St. 116-118 8. Wyoming