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si '(V ht Ii KeIin. AiiCih~iii proabl O(UIhe uiO ,in* ria hcorIesponen
;cele e lle ri~pubi ii iias frahicd. Iteltuchihg to BecIini, he investigated the
situaitio n ili te light of 1wimi lie luul leallnei outid tihe I capital. Thle itd
sult was 12 newis storiies, givinig ii clear inside view of the (erm ill sit iiatiomu.
Berlin, March 20.-(By Mail. )
Germany a infant republic was born
with no silver spoon, unless libera
tion from miilitarism and kaiserism
(an le interpreted in that way. The
new(I republic begins with the most
hopeless legacy of troublds that any
natlon ever faced.
So interwoven and tangled are the
problems which the new republic's
cabinet is undertaking and strug
gling against. while new ones rise
"mIsitantly, that the words of a Ger
man, wIho said, 'There's not a man
in all Germany who sees at one time
(((ore than half of the maze of dan
tors that might explode and over
tilrow the state," are true.
There are those who say the situ
ation is beyond solution. They hold
that the slate of the past should be
aiped clean, and that the German
state should start all over again,
much as Russia tried to do. The
government realizes this would
m(an disaster and complete loss of
confidence in any form of govern
ment and struggles to avoid it.
It is hard enough to change the
form of government when things
are running smoothly, and when all
parties agree to it. it is hard
enough to begin a republic where no
-ivernmtent existed at all before.
'I'The Germans find their task made
flii more difficult by the reason that
lbeir country was completely reor
ganized, and the new regime has to
inswer immediately for all the de
luge or failures and mistakes of the
Germany today can he visualized
terhaps as popper full of pop-corn,
I of which 1ics popped, but some
wi ihich has not and is still going
tit. Each explosion shakes the
whole mass. This unstable state is
hold together only by the walls of
arms that still surround it. for many
ire they who would like to escape
a the burden.
Germany' new government is
ilekliilg the problems with optimism
nii hope --confidence is hardly pos
nt as yi t. highs here it, might
assaid the new German government
i one without brilliant leaders and
il wi(thout great men in it. This the
'!rimans themselves say, and do so
without regret in their voices. The
l''initrns have had cnough of great
To '15,000 Members
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OF NO PARTICULAR USE TO YOU, BUT COULD BE SOLD TO SOME
ONE THAT IS LOOKING FOR JUS T THAT VERi 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
Rugs, Carpets Kodak Lenses
Beds Piano Players
Cash Registers Lawn Mowers
Mattresses Guitars Saws
Easy Chairs Violins Axes
Rocking Chairs Clothes Racks
Phonographs WashingMachine Velocipedes
Carving Sets Carpenters' Tools
Fountain Pens Kodaks Wagons
Typewriters China Closets
Field Glasses Trunks BtTsafes
Suit Cases Sinks Kitchen Cabinets
Book Cases Sewing Machines Dining Tables Oil Stoves
Rolltop Desks Pictures Stoves, Ranges Dishes
men. and seem glad to trust their fu
ture to mediocre, honest citizens.
This "carpenters' reiclistag." as
it has been called, has already
weathered storms of opposition, dur
ing the trying m0ontIts when the
Ebert - Scheideinann party guided
Germany from militarism, and put
to flight the adoption of a provision
at republic constitution at Weimar,
on Feb. 10. The great mass of Ger
mani people have expressed t heir
confidence in at least the honesty
and impeachable good intentions if
the "citizen congress.
How successful thtse "citizen
statesmen,' if they can be called
that, will hi' can he told only by
time. If they succeed in bringing
Germany out of the muddle of tan
gled political, social, economic and
foreign problems, it will he an ever
lasting trihuto to the republicani
form of government. If they fail ant
have to call for help from outside
Germany, as no small proportion of
Germans who are pessimistic pre
dict, it will ho because the militar
ists and the jintkers left too much
of a had legacy to carry in these try
Just what tremendous difficulties
the new republic*faces cannot te lp
preciated filly nor described in
their proper reltlions by a foreign
er, especially when German leaders
themselves cannot straighten out in
their own minds these proluts,
whtch change almost daily.
1uut there an, high lights that
stand out, ot group themselves on
der heads, and til hest a coIle
'pondent can do is describe 1hesi
problems as they appear, not so
much to a foreigner, but, to rGer
many's republican cabinet, which is
trying to master them all at once.
!'he following series of articles on
Germany's situation politically. so
cially, economically and in other
phases that in hbe covered, may he
altered by the title these stories get
to print, but they will describe tilt'
chnotic, compliclted. unrestfutl sit
unation out of which the new German
republic was born.
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The determnination of Prince I ite!
to ohtiin it divorce fron his wife door
not miitigate the contempint in which
that corputlent sun of William IIollen
zollern has been held in this country
ever since his activities iln France and l
Btelg;imni were hared to thte world.
Princess Eitel haus been known as a
A negro preacher announced that
he would preach that morning on the
subject, "Salvation Am Free.
In the course of the sermon he an
nounced that a collection would he
taken for the benefit of the parson
and his family. One o1i deaton arose
solemnly and questioned the parson:
"Itre'r Johntsing, how does you all
reconcile dat announcement wid de
subject of yo' sermontt
itrer Jones. was the reply. ilat
am easy. Take dat stream l ti dt mill,
for instance; at wath ano free; i
Iami free to all who conies dere and
gets it, but if yo' wants dat watah
piptd to yo' house, yt so gwtine hab
to pay fo' it. to watalt tu tree, ltt
if you all wants it piped to yo' yot'se
tilt to pay fo' it."- ttubber Lte f.
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Wage-Earners' Shopping Guide
AUTO REPAIR CLOTHING AND TAL- HABERDASHER RESTAURANTS
SllOI1S ALORING FOR MEN Leland Cafe,
Dollar Shirt Shmop, 72 East Park street.
Rialto Theater Bldg. Spokane Cafe.
Lacey Auto Repair and Service 17 South Main St.
Shop, Big 4 Tailor, Moxom Cafe,
17 West Park Street. 29 W. Broadway.
1126 Utah. HATS FOR MEN Crystal Cafe,
Grand Avenue Repair Shop, Vi1u & Darnell, 69 East Park Street.
Corner Harrison and 207 East Park. Nickerson, The Hatter, Golden West Cafe,
112 W. Park street. 227 S. Main.
Grand. Shirley Clothes Shop, IHandley's Cafe,
14 North Mlain. 326 N. Wyoming.
Auto Repair Machine Shop Shen rock ('ate,
Al. G. SMI'lTI, 401 S. Wyoming HARDWARE 11"" Nor th Arizona.
South Side Auto Garag., CHIROPRACTIC Svewell's Hardware, Cavfy el, k
C. C ha liii n 221 East Park street.
- - - 75 East Park Street.
Flora W. Emery SHOES
ASSAYERS Room 9, Silver Bow Block. -LERS-----------
JEWELERS Chicago Shoe Store,
7 S. Main street.
Walkover Shoe Co.
Lewis & Walker, Assayers. Montana Jewtr Co, 1 W Prk tret
108 N. Wyoming street. (111I~\1I )S Opticianis, Etc., 40uytt hW. Saok Street.
73 East Park street. I Coh ' u Sh i . S o re,
People's Loan (0Pce. Toter Heinig. 20 1. P k.
281 East Park street.
('Classi Chili Parlor, Brodie, the 2;eýpVer,
AUTOS BOUGHT 210 North Main. 40 East Park street. SECOND-HAND FUR
AND SOLD Powell Jewelry Co..
112 N. Main St. NTURE
--- DAIRIES I. Simon, 'IUR
2D1 North Main. Charles Notand.
E. H. Rupert, 105 West Galena St.
228 S. Arizona St. I
Best Yet Butter Shop, LAGER BEER
322 S. Main St. EXTRACT SPECIALISTS
BANKS Blue Bird Butter Shop, - - -
209% W. Park St. I ager Beer Extract Dr. W. H. Haviland,
-A. GA ltF, 726 S. MONT. 71 West Park St.
Yegen Bros., Bankers. Crystal Creamery,
Park and Dakota streets. 459 E. Park streef
LADIES' TAILOR SHOE REPAIRING
B3ATHIS. DRUGGISTS .0( Dust Mclnuthn McManus Shoe Shoping
Ladies 'Tailor and Sbitym i
-ke. Progressive Shoe Shop,
- -t- Phone 2761 Roonm 4;il 1721 Harrison Ave.
Steam Blaths,Phei i.
504 E. Broadway. Jacques Drug Co., E. lI'ioinix Ithig._
1967 Harrison avenn6. 504 W. Park S H
so4w. arkSECOND DHAND
BUTCHERS LADIES' CLOTHING,
DENTISTS GARMENTS JEWELRY, ETC.
Schumacher Meat Co.,
18 E. Park St. Popular Ladies' Garment Store. Uncle Sam's Loan Office,
Western Meat Co., Union Dentists, 63 East Park Street. 11 S. Wyoming.
121 E. Park St. Third Floor Rialto Bldg. The International Store,
Independent Market, 210 E. Park.
203 South Main.TALR
_ 03__outhM __n. FURNITURE MEN'S OUTFITTERS TAILORS
Fushtout Ta iltoing Co.,
BAKERIES ---- ____---- - -- Emporium Clothes Sitop. 47 WV. Park St.
____________________ Shiner's, Furnitture, Fashion 'failoring, 19er 5.DaJkota sotreet.
Manhattan Bakery, 75 B. Park street. 47 W. Park. Montana Tailors.
205 WV. Park. B. Kopald Co., Furniture, Palace Clothing & Shoe Stqre. 425 N. Main street.
B a k e rye o n a S r e .5 8 W e st B ro a d w a y . M 3ont EC P iar k S . 4 J el yr s r e t
20yaSoakth Main. GROCERIES O 03 K.1 Arizona.Dude akllret
______________________ 24 E. Park St. Butte Tailoring Co.
Home Baking Co., Bouchers, 116 5. Main St.
Olympia St. Anger Grocery, 27 WV. Park St. W. Oertel,
Harrion ad Havard431½ S. Arizona St.
2701. n BElmy St.1EAT MARKETS Big 4,
__701_____lm__S_____ 17 W. Park St.
BARBER SHOPS Allen's Grocery, Ed's Market,
______________________ 1204 E. Second street. 500 East Park.
Con Lowny., Kermode, Groceries, PHOTOGRAPHY TEAS, COFFEES,
309 N. Main. 421 East Park street. _____________
Pastime flarher Shop and Pool Poynter's Cash Store, Thomson's Park Studio, SPICES
oo'1854 Hlarrison. 217 East Park Street. _-___
210 North Main St. _________________ Grand Union Tea Co.,
tho nrnr Shop, S. F. T. A. Cash Grocery, POOL HALLS 28 w. Broadway.
86 . Park. 627 East Galena Street.
T. 3.64McCarthdwy. (,'ylul Cati' Poo Hkalt, UNDERTAKERS
BATREMccarthy-Bryant & co., PIIN Larry Duggan, Undertakr
RECHARGED ~~317-319 East Park Street. MontnJewer__ Co__Dan__2_NIbhoaMndr_
- Bishop Bros., MOntiana JewerCo., 125 East Park street.
otaaBattery Station, 180 Walnut St. 73 East Park St.
22 .Arzn.Whtut Hou..e (rocery, Powell Jewelry Co..NIIN
Butte Ilattery Co., 50 Wes lark.71N.Mo tVUCNIZI'
________o_______________TITTERS3. L. Mathiesen, vulcanhuing,
OUTFITERS40 East Galenst
GENS'PUNIH-Francis .1. Early,. - utte 'utlcanizing Works,
CLOTHES CLEANING INGS 'e __________194_HarrionAve
AND1 PRESSING ________POOL ROOMS WELDING
Bernard Jacohy. Murpity Money Back Store, Lamibro's Pool Hall, Vuican Welding Works,
13 5 . Dakota Street. 65 E. Park St. 42 E. Park St. 116-118 S. Wyoming