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LO.AN M1' $1,000.00
S u p p o s a n entire
stranger said that to you.
Ilis offering you a high
rate of interest wouldn't
change your determina
lion to play safe with that
$ 1,00o .
Yet what happens when
questionlablle stock or
lbnds or other paper is
offered? The glittering
promisets of big dividends,
Ilie Ilirvelous opportun
ity to "get-rich-quick."
Slie granid chance of a life
Anld that $1,000 is gone
Mlan. man, be shrewd
enoulgh to look out for
numlbOr one. Keep your
hard-earned mnlny. If
you are ready to inlvest.
we will help you plice it
where it will be sifi'.
BLTTTEi.NONT r-:- a
CAPITAL $i0o.06(D C-j
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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
Large, white, mealy spuds, per
100 lbs. ............................$1.50
9S lb. Cretana hard wheat
flour at .....................$3.50
100 lb. granulated sugar (beet)
at ....... ......................$10.90
100 lb. granulated sugar
(cane) at ....................$11.00
17 bars White laundry soap
for ....... ......................$1.00
10 lb. dry onions ............25C
Carnation milk, 48 tall cans,
for ............... .......$6.75
Sego milk, 48 talls cans, $6.50
Hebe milk, 48 talls cans, $5.50
One dozen large cans Utah to
m atos ............... ............. $`.00
One dozen No. 2 cans Iowa
corn ............ ..... $1.80
We Are Feeding--
A Large Number of Butte
Because we are giving theni
the best of everything the mar
ket affords. I'nexc(elled serv
ice at tile lowest lpossibleo price.
Once our customer, always
Clean, Pleasanlt Rotom in
17 S. MAIN ST.
SAM and JOIN IKNOF'FEL
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BUII.,LETIN.
Jacques Drug Co.
Phone 999. 1957 Harrison Ave.
Night Bell for Prescriptions
Agency Webster's Home Remedies
Drugs, Chemicals, Toilet Articles,
Patent Medicines, Cigars
Eastman Kodaks and Supplies
Developing and Printing
9 No. Arizona St.
TILE MINERS' 113ME.
We llake a specialty of luncthes
for miners and others. Tile best
of everything at greatly reduced
180 VWalnut St. Phone 339:i3-W
Full line of groceries, vegetables,
fresh meats, fruits in season.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETI:IN
CON LOWNEY. i
309 N. Main.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
The Park Barber Shop
"Bll, THE BARBER"
86 E. Park St.
Six Chairs. Quick Service.
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HAS NOT A WORD
AT PEACE TABLE
There Is no Peace. There
Can Be no Peace. There
Should Be no Peace While
These Conditions Prevail.
-:t. Luis. "After 162 years of
Britisth ('hristian rule, the Indian na
tion is ill a starsving condition." was
he11 startling assertion made by I)r.
N. S. Hardiker, associate editor of
"Young India," in an address before
tiho Friends of Irish Freedom here.
Only 1 per cent of the 315 million
people in India are able to speak
I English, he declared, and all demands
of tile Indians that universal and
colnmpulsory edurcation be introduced
has been met with the rejoinder that
there is not enlough inoney available.
Yet $100.000.000 is taken each year
by Great Britain from In(lia to "pro
teet" the Indtian pleople by armn and
"Over 150,000,000 people in India
dto not. know what it means to have a
squIare meal," was another commnent
of l)r. Hardiker on the conditions
prevailing in his country. In October,
19 17. India offered Great Britain 10,
11111,000 soldiers in return for home
ule, he asserted.
BUILD ROAD PROJECT
Ilelena. April 1 .---As a result of'
a Ieeting of thle executive oe init
te of thel state highway colunlissionf
hold recently a mieeiing of county
comllllmissiOller' of countieos affected
was scalled to convene at lBillings
April 21 to consider the question of
bondting so that federal aid might be
obtained for constructiing about 350
miles of the Yellowstone trail, in
volving an expenditure of about $1,
u000,000 all told.
The work proposed is from the
Teast0rln border of the state as far as
Blozeman , and would pass th'roughl
the couniti :s of Wibaux, Prairie, Cus
ter. Rosebud, TIeasurie, Yellowstone,
Stillwater, Siotgrass, Park and Gal
Reports were made thalt four fed
oral aid projects thlut have beeni ap
proved by the district engineer will
be offered for bids and construction
begun as soon as conltracts are
awarded. These are the HIardin
C('usi.r highway in Ilig |lornl county,
Iwo iilehs. estimated cost. $12,500;
Blacik and White trail in ('iirhoiiin
coulltly, 2.7 Imiles, (estimated cost,
$17,51)1i; Red trail in Dawson countly,
7.,5 niles, estimated cost. $22,000);
Red trail (west), D)awson counity,
nine miles, estimated cost, $21,400.
FREE SILVER LODCE
ENTERTAINED AT FALLS
'ree Silver lodge No. 11, )Dgree of
llonor of Buttte. was \iell repiresentled
at theii stat(e conilv'ntii ll in (real Falls.
The hutte drill eant did the initia
tolry work. Thliey were royally intel.
lainnd by the G(reat Falls lodge, also
by the t'nnomercial club, which fur
nished aUltolmoliles anlld (dri\t'.s tol
slhow thim thie sights of their city.
Tllhose atltending fromii Butte , erre:
Mlesdalmes lBertha Walker, ,Jessie
G(;unn, m iargalrt ( i're1 , iatil Ih.h
\lMa dden I ose .Mcl)onald, C!ssmy Mlc
Donald. .lirgaret i+ l e onald. lin i
Pinkard, Alma Kaine, Elizabelth Cl
Iis. Amelia 'Ilretheway, Mal rgiare
Lynch, J.ohanina ltyley. Mary Sy till -
son, Scanlii, Sietz, iLillycote, O'lo11
lild, Hensley, Vanlwarrent.
ON THE SABBATH
To prevent what is termed tile i,,s
ecration of the Sabbath in Butte Iby
the appearance here Sunday, April
27. of the Flying Circus, a telegramn
will be sent today to Selretary of thq
Treasurer Carter Gltti4' nii behIlff,
the Silver Bow C(ol4x tyl is EEfrul-o
ment leagute. This .ieasi was de
Scided upon last evening wheni the
league held its regular meeting at
t lro First Presbyterian church, )West
At the Ineeting last evening the
league constitution was adopted. No
othler business of importance came
before the assenmlblage. Election of
plermiiianent officers was deferred until
a later date.
LEE CASH GROCERY
Stpllle aInd Fancy Groceries,
2302 OTTAWA STREET
AT THE Y, M.C , A,
Beginning next Saturday at 8 p. inm.
for five consecutive Saturdays the
Y. M. C. A. at the corner of Alaska
and Quartz will hold a boxing tour
nament, in which all amateurs over
18 years may compete. Three-round
bouts will prevail. A silver medal
will be given as first prize and a
bronze as second prize.
Free quarters and free training
under Ed Clary will be furnished by
the Y. to all who wish to compete.
Thl Y. is doing good work in the
way of serving the returned soldiers
and sailors and in helping along the
comfort and happiness of many
other young men besides.
Free, comfortable, sleeping quar
ters are provided for some that are
out of funds. A fine bath is acces
sible to all. An airy little gyim
nasimiu affords the chance to work
off exuberant vitality and keep in
good physical trim.
A well-chosen library and a well
lighted, well-supplied magazine room
are openl to all who may wish to give
name and address and receive a
Picture shows are provided free
twice a week. One of the popular
films from a local theater will next
be thrown on tlhe screen.
SUIT NEAIS END
\Washinglon, April 10. - Testi
mnoiy by John A. Heydler, president
of the National league, concluded
the evidence of organized baseball in
defense of the suit for $900,000 dam
ages brought by the Baltimore Fed
eral league club under the Sherman
President Ileydler's testimony
dealt principally with the club's prac
tice of holding players on "reserve"
lists. The number of players now
held, he said, is about 1.800, of
which the minor leagues have 1,300
and is 2,000 less than in 1913.
On cross-examination AMr. Ileydlcr
conceded that, largely as a result of
Federal league competition, baseball
conditions in 1914 were such that
disaster was innminent and that.
therefore, it was deemled necessary to
remove the causes.
ALL THE WEST WANTS
Poratello, Id1.. April 10.- -When
Salt Lake jumped into the Plocatello
band wagon and Ogden did likewise
this week, striking evidence was
given that the whole interilountain
west i: solidly behinid the move to
bring the Willa d- Iempsey match
here. 'I. e conmelllrci:al clubs of both
cities added $25,000 each to swell
the P'oauatello funid. Assurance is
given t hIl a great crowd fronl Utah,
I)empsey's hoime, will attend. Oregon
promnoters', have also taken steps in
an endelav'r to bring the match
west. Sho i ld Pocatello be chosen, it
is estimated that the world's ('ham
pionshilp record crowd will be
DOG PULLED HOME
RUN FOR McGRAW
SI y United t'ress.)
New York, April 10.--John Mc
Graw. manager of the New York
Giants, avers that the funniest play
of his experience happened when he
was the kid third baseman of the
old Olean, N. Y., teamn, the club with
which the Giant manager started his
The play was the climax of an ex
citing 14-inning Fourth of July game
between the Olean team and its most
ted rivatl, Bradford, Pa. No better
t ever was hatched for a baseball
'ltion story. With the score stand
ng tied at :1 to 3 in the fourteenth,
with two out, Arthur Egan, the pony
pitcher of the Olean team, hit an
ordinary dropping single into left
field. Owing to the holiday, a
crowd surrounded the entire field
and. as it was getting late. they were
encroaching on the playing field.
As the Bradford left fielder was
about to pick ug the ball a playful
slanliel left his master in the crowd
and. picking the ball up, ran with it,
Ithe left fielder in pursuit. He caught
Ulh withi the dog and tried to pull the
ball ,ait of his nlouth, but the dog
While they were having their lit
Stle tug-of-war in the outfield, Egan
was dog trotting around the bases
and scored a home run, winning the
Igame f,.l" )!ean, 4 to 3.
PRIZES; MOUDRO SECOND
Last night the list of prize winners
in the recent bowling tournament
were announced as follows: Doubles.
Finnegan and Patterson. Anaconda,
1,117, $60; C. and .I. Iludro, 1,112,
$39; Nichols and Iiruell. 1,100, $26;
MI. Jovick and Cundy, 1,097, $20;
Mooney and Andereon. 1,095, $15;
Ovren and Hanson, liozeman, 1,094,
Singles: C. Anderson. 636, $39;
F. Miudro, 627, $29: Uigrin, Ana
conda, 612, $20; C. Mludro, 605, $17;
M. Jovick, 589, $14; E. Finnegan,
Anaconda, 588, $12: Cundy. 587,
$10; Swander, 58.1, $8; Rizick,
Great Falls, 573, $6; liarrington and
O'Brien, tied at 565, $5 each.
Singles high game, O'Brien, 264,
$5; all events, F. Mudro, 1,181, $10.
BIG TRACK MEET
HELD AT CHICAGO
(1y United Press.)
Chicago, April 10. - One of the
largest track mpeets ('hicago and the
midwest ever t:lw opc..ed in the Col
iseumn today under the auspices of the
University of Chicago.
The meet, accommnlatting amateur
stars of .long experience, together
with "kids" from public and paroch
ial schools, was undt r the direct
charge of .tile vet(rain om' Eck. Al
together thq gitllete fIac'ed' program
of 61 evcitti--includitig Si\ specials
in which handsome tirophies' were to
long stl',iigh'lalays :were mllade
po:;sible. ii: the t('liýeuni, makling cer
tain near-rtco0rd time iii tlhe shorter
dashes. .Good entries h'ad been made
in all the regulation contests, a .re
dominance of college mien being not
iceable, of course.
Among star:; to appear was Joie
Ray, famous as a champion miler. lie
promised a desperate effort to at least
equal the record for this event. In the
880, one of Join's sidelines, he was
again to meet the high school boy.
Tom Campbell, who twice has defeat
Carl Johnson. Michigan's track
star, and Earl (Giltillan, Notre Dame's
all-round track man, were two not
ables from the college world.
Officials of the Central A. A. U.
will run off the meet. A capacity
crowd of 6,00 t was expected.
BUllTE HOPES TO GIYE
BIG AID TO NEW ROAD
Mlens of Insing $5,o0t)0 ior more
as Silver Idolw county's share of the
cost of Ithe ploposed new Skalkaho
highway will lie discussed Friday
evening in II th county comllnissionlers'
office by a ,tainittee consisting of
AI. E. Loughlin, J. M1. Fabian and
Jack Roche. The road will place the
farmers of Ithl Bitter toot valley 60
miles closer io .the Butte markets,
shortening lthe distance from 170
miles to 11i miles.
Bulletin itBosters should patronize
.\ Iiuiindel' foi
House Cleaning Time
Iahll|' l\,.ti ll youll' Mi'lk-
're(c.,, :!1e old walls with
1l.cnl . applied by any
hi.n .. -ls perfectly with
oil' t .I whill not rub or
brit-hI ' ks miad produces
a t it, 1i1, soft, velvety
Brushes, all sizes, 50c up
Thle l',II of Good Hardware
I, "u:,le Flne Tools
Plr t:,ing and Electrical
Phont 958. 2Z, l Park
ACTION OF LEAGUE
Law Enforcement League
Criticised in Resolutions
by Army and Navy As
Declaring that the action of the
Silver Bow Law Enforcement league
in petitioning the secretary of the
treasury not to permit the Victory
loan flying circus to show in Butte on
Sunday represents a point of view
which is not a true criterion of tile
feeling in Butte and that such aln ac
tion is likely to reflect discredit upon
Butte's reputation, a special commit
tee from the Army and Navy associ
ation last night adopted a set of reso
lutions denouncing the stand .akecn
by the enforcement league.
"A small -point of view which ap
pears unable to look beyond the four
walls of a church threatens to ham
per the work started by the United
States military forces," the resolu
On the committee which adopted
the resolutions are the following: Ed
T. Bassett, George J. Timmons, John
W. Curran, J. Emigh and M. Kerr
Resolutions as adopted are:
"Whereas, The Silver Bow County
Law Enforcement league has peti
tioned the secretary of the treasury
not to permit the Victory loan fly
ing circus to appear in Butte April
27, 1919; and
"Whereas, The remonstrants have
declared that the exhibition conduct
ed to stimulate the subscriptions to
the loan needed to finish the work
started at Chateau Thierry is a viola
tion of the Sabbath; and
"Whereas, These same remon
strants appear willing to partake of
the benefits of the events of July 21,
when American marines, by breaking
the quiet of the Sabbath and the Ger
man line on Hill 193, permitted the
French to reoccupy the town of Cha
teau Thierry; and
"Whereas, a small point of view
which appears unate to look beyond
the four walls of a church and see the
presence of the Creator in the van
guard of the armies of .freedom,
threatens to hamper the work startcce
by the United States military forces;
"Whereas, Serious hindrance to
the difficult work of financing the
war may arise through the action of
the local association causing a change
in the plans of the national govern
"Whereas, Officials of the Ameri
can government and citizens of other
communities in this union might ob
tain an incorrect impression of the
attitude and patriotism of Butte;
Be It Resolved, That the action
taken by the Silver Bow Law En
forcement league does not represent
the attitude of any large part of the
citizens of this county and city to
ward the national government and
the Victory loan campaign; and be i,
"Resolved, That the discharged
soldiers, sailors, marines and former
service men holding membership in
the Butte Army and Navy associatiol
assure the national government arer
the oflicials who are directing the
loan campaign that, contrary to the
expressed sentiment of the law en
forcement league, the city of Butte
and the county of Silver Bow will do
everything possible to facilitate the
-appearance of the army aviators on
.hatever date the government may
honor the city by ordering them here,
and furthermore no effort will be
3pared to overcome any obstacle
which local associations or individ
uals representing a small section of
the local population might attempt to
place in the way of the campaign's
BAPTIST CHURCH TO
Arrangements are completed for
the annual festival of the First Bap
tist church choir to be given April
22. There will be no charge for ad
mission, but a silver offering will be
taken up to defray the cost of the
The choir will be assisted by Mrs.
Green, sopranmo; Mrs. Effie Gray, con
tralto; Miss Ora Green, reaeer, and
Miss Lucia Evans. violinist
The second part of tI pbglram
will be a cantata, 'T'he Stb y of Cal
very," by P. A. Schnecker. The
narrator parts will be taken by MIr.
Ed Davis, local bass soloist.
MARRIED IN BUTTE
Walter A. Taylor, manager of the
Western Union ITelegraph office of
Anaconda, and Mrs. Hattie E. Vest,
also of Anaconda, were united in
marriage last evening by Rev. George
D. W'olfe. Ipastolr of the Mountain
View MI. E. church of this city. at the
church parsonage on North Montana
street. After the ceremony the cou
ple left for the Smelter city, whero
thel'y" wiU allkci thlir ftillmir hIonlti.
TO UNION BUSTING
In Spruce Camps, Where
He Was "Promoted" for
Meritorious Service." At
tempt to Revive L. L. L. L.
Unionism must be kept down in
the northwest woods, and the L. L.
L. L. is the machine to do it with,
according to a frank editorial in the
current issue of the West Coast
"But," the editor warns, "the
famous Four L's will be dead in six
months and will have become only
a memory unless the lumbermen and
loggers wake up to the seriousness of
the situation that confronts them.
The L. L. L. L. was a war measure,
unpopular at places, but deemed nec
essary. Many opposed it bitterly,
but secretly, for no man dared to
express himself publicly against it.
"Take a tepid interest in your
men, fight the I. W. W., but do noth
ing further, and within a year or so
you will have the American Federa
tion of Labor dictating your business
policy. Union labor is fed on strike
propaganda until it. looks forward to
the strike, even as Germany looked
forward to 'the day.' Organize un
skilled labor in the northwest under
the A. F. of L., and it will mean a
succession of strikes in the northwest
that will eventually lead to ruin for
scores of manufacturers."
Opposition to organized labor, and
support for the Four L's as a means
of defeating it, is urged by the Lum
berman because of the cheapness of
negro labor in the pine woods of the
south. But, instead of proposing
that the lumbermen of the northwest
ioin forces with the timberman's un
ion to organize the negroes, and thus
protect living conditions for their
workers, the West Coast Lumberman
advises union busting through the
medium of the Four L's.
George Cornwall, secretary of the
Pacific Loggers' congress, the em
ployers' association, is slated for
president of the Four L's to succeed
Gen. Percy Disque, it is reported.
Disque is not to be thrown entirely
into the discard, it is understood, but
is to be rewarded for his splendid
services for the employers by a
stipend of $10,000 a year from the
treasury of the Four L's, for making
a visit to the northwest yearly, and
delivering a series of "instructive
talks" to the workers.
CITY AND COUNTY RECORDS
Charles Albert Cole (22), Ogden.
and Barbara Maude Davis (19),
Harry Martyn (27) and Myrtle
May Williams, both of Butte.
IN I)ISTJII('T COUIIT.
New Cases F IOdl - Silver Bow
Lumber company vs. H. P. Ries, irene
Ries, Butte Land and Investment
Joseph W. McPharland vs. Delia
Haggarty, Mary Ann Goris and Eliza
beth Wraight, conspiracy to defraud.
L. P. Gratiot to Wulf Realty coum
nauy, lots 9 and 10, block 6, Daly ad
Carrie M. Chapman to E. L. Chap
man, undivided half interest in west
31 feet, lot 11, block 7, Butte; $10.
Sol Genzberger et ux. to Steve Cr
nich, lots 10 and 11, block 34, Mc
Queen addition; $250.
Timothy P. Harrington et ux. to
John O'Brien et ux. lot 6 and cast
half of lot 7, block 7, Empire addi
Daly Addition company to L. P.
Gratiot, lots 9 and 10, block 6, Daly
Charles F. Frey et ux. to Welbert
E. Talles, lot 5, block 7, George Cob
ban addition; $1.
M. J. Mullen to Mary Perry., lot 16,
block 5, Boulevard addition; $1.
Albert E. Cully to Anna Powell, lot
11, block 5, Hopkins addition; $ 1.
Mary A. Burke et con. to John J.
Sampson et ux., lot 3, block 7, Itice
WVelbert E. Talles to W\ulf Realty
company, lots 9 anid It0, block 6, Daly
Certificate of redemption, JohnlK.
O'Rourke, sheriff, to Mrs. Sarah El
liotpfoperty in block 52, Butte.
JhI R. -Bordeaux to Dorothy F.
Ra4d, portion of lots 15 and 16,
blok 21, Butte; $1.
Butte Land and Investment com
pany to Guerino C. Megry, lots 9 and
10, block i1, N. P. addition; $1.
Clinton H. Moore et ux. to Flolence
R. Morrissey, south 55 feet of lot 16i,
block 8, Butte; $1.
J. A. Poore, referee to M. A. Ber;g
or, Unknown lode and lot 4, block 2,
Unknown lode; $1,121.
Julia Barry to Eliza Schonberger,
lots 7 and 8. Montana avenue, and
lots 20. 21. 22, 23 and 24, block 5,
South Park addition; $1.
E. S. Shields et ux. to Peter J.
Hunt, lot 1, block 1, Iron Clad lode;
Say you saw it advertised in thi
for Less on
Easiest of Terms
Expert 1Watch Repairing
Watch Cleaning, $1.50
Mainsprings - -$1.00
Both Guaranteed for One
Pecople's Theater Bldg.
40 E. PARK ST.
Genuine Old Time
Lager Beer Extract
PER CAN, $1.50, FREE POSTAGE
An unequalled preparation to make
sparkling, healthful, good old Lager
Beer at home. Easy to made. No
cooking. Ready to drink in 11 days.
Try it now. Get your supply for the
warm weather. Can contains net 8 oz.
Pure extract (free of alcohol) of
finest malt and hops for seven gal
lons of Beer.
ADOLF GRAF, 726 So. Montana St.,
Phone 6576-J. BUTTE, MONT.
McManus Shoe Shop
5 SOUTH WYOMING
Given by the
SOUTH SI)E DANCING CLUB
Saturday Evening, April 12, Socialist
Hall, Harrison Ave. at Cobban St.
Take Car No. 3
Gentlemen 75c. Masked ladies free,
Unmasked, 25c. Everybody Welcome.
We Serve the Best on the Market
at Popular Prices.
69 E. PARK ST.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
The only place in town to get Tea,
like your mamma used to make for
you, is at
326 N. Wyoming St.
HIGH QUALITY, LOW
PRICES, RAPID SERVICE
72 E. PARK ST.
84 E. PARK ST.
Try a steak cooked the Savoy way
H. DONAT. Prop.
SA Pkae eor Ladle. qnd Gentlemen
OPEN AT ALL HOURS.
s9 WEST WROADWAAY