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HERE IS NEED FOR
THE ONE BI UNION
Toledo, Ohio.- Here in Toledo the
labor situation is growing continu
ally worse. The leading industries.
including the manufacture of auto
i:ttilts and steel products, are coms
plainting of la-k of orders. The re
duction inl industrial activity is re
flected in the laying off of railroad
Lasti week 70 firemen and a pri
portionate number of trainoen.
switchmten and other employes were
dismissed--of the New York Central
Lhbor unrest is general, prices are
high, work is scarce, and the wage
tarners are looking forward help
lessly to what appears to be an in
evitable period of hard times. Under
the circumstances they speak with
hillerness of the huge war profits
iliat have been made by some of the
heatinlug manufacturers of the city.
Toledo is a big railroad Center.
The enginemen and firemen are
lunching a co-operative store as one
means of reducing the impending
hardship. The necessary ,ttock for
esi ablishmtent of this co-operative
i nterprise has been obtained with
out difficulty, and the men are en
thiniastic over the project.
Thus far the labor party has
gained no foothold in Toledo. The
city is under the thumb of a demto
tratic boss. Many of the members
of railroad brotherhoods are con
vinced that they will never le in po
sition of industrial t stecurity until
they have included in one organiza
tion every man from the trackmteii to
the engineer and the conductor.
The sentiment of labor in Tolcdo
might be descritbed as "hopelens. '
The workers are not yet tlesperate.
but. the present unemployment is eat
ing up their small atole of savings
and bringing to them a sudden real
'ziztiun of the necessity of oret' tee
GETS SERVICE MEDAL
(O ectal United Prtss Wire.)
Washington, April 3.-Alajor Gen
eral Wood, for several years t tie
storm center in American army life.
has been awarded a distinguished
service medal, the war department
announced. Major General Scott has
been granted the sante mar1t of
Bitletin l'oosters shouli patronize
To U 15r,^000^ Members
OF ORGANIZED LABOR IN
BUTTE AND VICINITY
ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS EITHER TO BUY OR SELL. MAKE A
THOROUGH SEARCH FROM CELLAR TO GARRET AND SEE IF YOU
HAVEN'T MANY ARTICLES OF VALUE IN YOUR HOME THAT ARE
OF NO PARTICULAR USE TO YOU, BUT COULD BE SOLD TO SOME
ONE THAT IS LOOKING FOR JUST THAT VERY ARTICLE, THAT
VERY ARTICLE THAT YOU DON' T WANT.
Read the following list. It might be the means of suggesting
some article that you want and haven't got, or have and don't
want. Learn to reduce the high cost of living by using the want
columns of your paper.
Fireless Cooker Bureau Electric Heaters Vacuum Cleaners
Chairs Dresser Electric Toasters Poultry
Lounge 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
Library Table Rugs, Carpets Kodak Lenses
Beds Piano Players
Cash Registers Lawn Mowers
Mattresses Guitars Saws
Easy Chairs Violins Axes
Rocking Chairs Clothes Racks
C Phonographs WashingMas;hine Velocipedes
Carving Sets Carpenters' Tools
Fountain Pens Kodaks Wagons
FieldGlasses Trunks ypewriters China Closets
Field Glasses TrnsBath Tubs Safes
Suit Cases Sinks Kitchen Cabinets
Writing Desks -
Book Cases Sewing Machines Dining Tables Oil Stoves
Rolltop Desks Pictures Stoves, Ranges Dishes
DESIGNS VICTORY EMBLEM
Inspired by lhte ii nutiful lines of
Colonel Mclhe's poem, "In lahiuders
Fiehis," Miss Mlina Michael, who is
a war worker in service in the Y. !1.
C. A. overseas con~ference headquar
ters, located at ( olubthia university,
has designed an emblem en twining the
Flanders poppy wit ih the torch of lih
erty, which chi olters for adoption its
ai national victory liemorijjl to be dis
played throughout the country.
/ r..v'~,- Miss Hippo
Oh joy, hips are
3AY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
11-YEAR LOCUST IS
NOT MONTANA PEST
Interesting and Destructive
Insect of Eastern States
Not as Harmful Here as
Bozeman. Mont.. April (It as
haop ers will get you if you don't
watclh ottt. says Proi . .1. R. Parker.
assistant etlntologist at the Mon
tant State college. Pirofet:nor Parker
is busy these days quieting the un
founded fears of farmtors who have
read of the scheduled appearance of
17-year locusts in 1ti19. The 17
year locust does not appear in \ton
tana, sats Professor Ptrker, "hut
if it did it would not do the damn
age in one year that til cotliton
grasshopper annually does to our
Ilt answering qulestiOnis cOtct nitng
the 17-year locust, which the assist
ant entomologist weiglis down under
the label of tictdidae 'Titiien Septeit
detian, it is pointed out that the in
teresting past which appears in ntum
bers once iin 17i years will ie known
this year only east of the \iissis
sippi. At tsht, the numbers of the
17-year locust are being diminished
contttntly so that its disappearance
is only a question of time. A smaller
locust with a two-year life cycle is
seen in Montana. but does not reach
The contiion grasshopper. renew
ing his number.;, vigor and activities
ead. year, is a great pest in Montana.
The tiny grasshopper hathiec about
the first of May and grows by some
live or six successive tatlts. into the
adttl I gray-shopper of July 1. At this
titie or slightly before, and at the
time of ttaturing of crops the grass
lIopper feeds and does untold damage
upon crops. Eggs are laid fromt
Atgust until time of frost.
Two means have been devised to
fight the grasshopper in tllontana.
Ont is by the use of poisoned bran
inush, the other by use of the hop
per' oItciting machine. This lhtter
device has come into marked favor
itt the past few years. itisureing of
tround where eggs are laid also de
;trt00s Ilit ftttare t ho ppetu s by Iail
Bulletin Want Ads G'.
Results. Phone 52
;AY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
rise Bulletin want ads.
Ol'R firm uhnl ii ibis list will be seen and discussed by every nenm
Y ber of the family. If you seek the patronage of the workers, make
sure of first getting their good-will by advertising in their paper-the
oily ilier in Butte that, is bisli(hed in the interests of your customers.
NOT THE LARGEST CIRCULATION
BUT THE LARGEST PROVEN RESULTS
Wag e-Earners' Shopping Guide
AUTO REPAIR CHIROPRACTIC 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 Bow Block. -
Mercury and Montana HATS FOR MEN RESTAURANTS
Lacey Auto Repair and Service
Shop, Nickerson, The Hatter, Spokane Cafe.
1126 Utah. CIOARS 112 W. Park street. 17 South Main 't.
radAeuRearho, IlThe J. A. Cigar, U~)~TD'Leland Cafe,
GrandeAvenue R ,and Union Made. HARDWARE 72 East Park street.
Grand.____________ Moxom Cafe,
Grand. -- Sewell's Hardware, 29 W. Broadway.
Auto Repair Machine Shop CEMENT WORK `221 East Park street. Crystal Cafe,
M. G. SMIThi, 401 S. Wyoming . 75 Est Park Street. 69 East Park Street.
CEMETERY COPING Walkers (Branch) Cafe,
E. Park and Arizona.
ASSAYERS Maurice F. Kiley, ICE CREAM PAR- Bank Care,
1101 W. Woolman. - ORS, CANDIES, Etc. 107 S. Arizona.
Lewis & Walker, Assayers, Golden West Cafe,
108 N. Wyoming street. DAIRIES Olympia Fruit Co., 227 S. Main.
14 N. Dakota St. Hlandley's Cafe,
- 326 N. Wyoming.
AUTOS BOUGHT Best Yet Butler Shop, JEWELERS2
AND SOLD 322 S. Mlain St. - REAL ESTATE
Blue Bird Butter Shop, Montana Jewelry Co.,
209' W. Park St. Opticians, Etc.,
E. II. Rupert, 73 East Park street. Wulf Realty Co.,
228 S. Arizona St. Crystal Creamery, People's Loan O'Uce, 106 W. Granite St.
459 E. Park street. 28 % East Park street.
_ Brodie, the jeweler,
AUTO PAINTING 4I as Park street. SHOES
AutO PA iNi NG DRUGGISTS S. & S. Jewelry Co., -_
Powel21 East Park Street.
Butte Carriage Works, 7hico S. MnStoree
30t 6H ivrS. Jacques Drug Co., 'rowle-Wiyiteriiaitei-3laniofia 7hcg Sho Manstoret
30t 6E ivrS.1957 Harrison avenu`. Compkianiy' akvrSo o
_________101 W. Park St. 46lkW.eParkoStreete
Powell Jewelry Co., 46__ W.__Park__Street. _
B NSDENTISTS 112 N. Main St.
iegen Bros., Bankers, LAGER BEER SECOND-HAND FUR
Park and Dakota streets. C. A. Pankey, Dentist, EXTRACT NITURE
11'/a W. Park street.
BATHS. Union Dentists, Lager Iiver Extract Charles Noland,
Third Floor Rialto Bldg. A. GRAF', 726 S. MONT. 105 West Galena St.
Steam Maths, 1. Simon,
504 N. Broadway. FISHING TACKLE, 21 North Main. SPECIALISTS
BUTCHERS RODMAKING, ETC. LADIES' TAILOR Dr. WV. If. Haviland,
18 5, P71 West Park St.
STuahrMa o,'ed Ross, O'Liulen, Ladles' Tailor, 7 etPr t
Schumacher atSttoo., 73 WV. Park Street. 422 Phoenix blcek.
Truecott's Corner, , E. Zahi, SHOE REPAIRING
E. Prk ad Grnt.504 W. Park
Western Meat Co., FURNITURE McManus Shoe Shop,
121 E. Park St. LADIJI5' 5 S. Wyoming.
Independent Market, Shiner's, Furniture,
203 South Main. 75 E. Park street. GARMENTS SECOND HAND
B. iopaid Co., Furniture,
68 West Broadway. Popular Ladies' Garment Store, CLOTHING
BAKE IESUnin Iunntur L~chage.63i East Park Street.
BAKERIES ntnoion Falure iixnge. T Store, JEWELRY, ETC.
Manhattan Bakery, UceamsLnOfi,
205 W. Park. FLORISTS Uncle IMii's Loan o ffnce,
Dahlis Bakery, _ I _____ 11_______ __._Wymin
107 N. Montana Street. Columbia Floral,roda.OtnBo. ALR
Royal Bakery, _ 21R-215 "9 Main St._______-_____
20 South Main.BenrJaoyTle,
Home liaking Co., FRUIT AND VEGE. MEN'S OUTFITTERS Bern S. Dakot sotreet.
Olymilla S.T LEEmoimClothes So.Montana Tailors,
Barker System of Bakeries, ______________ 34nprii Shop.r 425 N. Main street.
128 W. Park St. People's Fruit Co., Brennans, E6. Zuhl, Tailor,
39 East Park. 125 N. Main St. 504 W. Park street.
BARBER STIOPS Fashion Tailoring, Dundee Woolen Mills,
47 W. Pk.62 West Park Street.
Con Lowney, GROCERIES Palace Clothing & Shoe Store, Butte Tailoring Co.
309 N. Main. 53-55 E. Park St. 116 5. Main St.
Pastime Barher Shop and Pool Anger Grocery, Montana Clothing and Jewelry W. Oertel,
210 RoorRmi S. Harrison and Harvard. 13.Company 4311% S. Arizona St.
Park Barber Shop, 2701 Elm St. 0. K. Store, Big 4,
86 B. Park. Allen's Grocery, 24 16. P'ark St. 17 W. Park St.
12(14 16. Second itreet. Bouches Scotch Woolen Mills,
Fair Bacher Shop, 320%A So. Kermode, Groceries, 27r W. Park St. 43 East Park St.
Arizona. 421 East Park street. ________________
Poynter's Cash Store,
BATTERIES 5 is(4 Harison. PHOTOGRAPilY TEAS, COFFEES,
RECHARGED 609 South Main. Thomson's Park Studio, SPICES
- S. F. T. A. Cash Grocery, 217 East Park Street.
627 East Galena Street. _____________ Grand Union Tea Co.,
22tau1 5.t Arizoato. Trsc~t sPark and Grant. lPOOL HALLS 28 w. Broadway.
Bule ilaitery Co., Ames Grocery,----------------__- _______________
119 S. Montana st. 316'/z N. Main St. Eagle Pool Hail,UN RTK R
_____________________ Hanson's Cash Grocery, 9:17 Tlalhot Avenue.UNET KR
CLOTHES CLEANING T. i. cCarthyai322. North Mainy3 Duro ht.
ANI) PRESSING Me arthE-Bryoadwa o., 1dntsna Jewelry Co., Daniel &EBllboa, Udertkers.
- - - 317-:119 East Park Street. Opticians. Etc., 5EatPrsre.
Bernard Jacohy. Arizona Cash Market, 73 East Park St.
19 i S. Dakota Street 429 S. Arizona St. Towle-Wlnterhalter-Hlannican VULOANIZING
___________________ Bishop llros., Company,___________
CLO'lHING AND 'r1xA 180 Walnut St. 101w.r Park Stk. J.L athiesen, Valcaniuing,
L~ORhNG FOR MEN CENTS' FURNISH- 112 N. Main St. _______tGal___
Big 4 Talor. INGS OUTFITTERS WELDING
i7 eet Park Street. ______________
Aln&Darnell, MIurphy Money Be6$ Store, Francis 3. Early, Vuican Weldilg Works,
207 ast ark.65 E. Park St. 715-7i9 16. Front St. 1i6-11a S. Wyoming