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Poynter's Cash Store
1854 HARRISON AVE.
Wholesale to Consumer.
Do you realize that by buying
yoi r supplies each day In small
qu ntities that your day's pay
go(, little more than half as far
as It would if you bought the
whole week's supply at one
time? Call up Poynter's
66i34-1t, and order your week's.
S lbs. Cerelauna Hard W Iliat
lour from1 .0.$5.30 to $3415
Lu) lb. granulated sugar (beet)
at ... -----$10.00
I nu lb. granulated sugar
(canl ) at ..--".............. $11.00
17 lars White laundry soap
('a rnation milk, 48 tall cans,
milk. -51 tall cans. $6.25
11lb . -iS tall cans..... $3.50
One dozen large cans Utah tO
.iat . ".... --.-----.-...$2.00
Il;; illl)'tI No. 2 cans Iowa
colrl ....................... $1.80
I(ht rate A lln toes in puree
En l lh IH(nc Eggs,
IS 1 1 LnII li lat ted Sug ar
( it to order -- I -------$1.00
;11 uiý;1\VA IT IN HU'ILLETIIN
By HAROLD LORD VARNEY
', int of rcvnlution, lived
. Ii 1an1 through 11w familiar (
fli: of Ameri in cities. A
:, tigot or proletanaril
\.il before revealed by
];t A Spiritual pilgrim
ii hi, a fi lls i -l haven ill
1. W. W. A 1ale of love
h ((111(I9 lie reader IacOSS
tPl~an to the st irrilly days
I htograd l li d t1e l lshe
tr:mopn~h of 1:+17. hereI
lin.ofH :ill the dtrillnl. the0
10.118g passions, the bleatth
S in i~lw of the life of 1ii
ugimitor. The drudg
1 te factory and the
t ihe romantic freedom i
;t Lebo life, the agonies of li
n £l ieviprionlmelint, the
d labor movi entli of
N 1 nt'k. the pretendcer's at
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II of ii v I l idVuaniy isol -
lii climax gf the falml
til ilulview and the sld
till tiiiy to Revolaeti.Nary
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ro t ll"P is pages are full
of he catt (ee of ro~lI life.
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tit 0 adual rla s struggle. Alid
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DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS it must be 'admitted, Wilby has some taste!
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OITTE GIRL NESTLES [
IN ARMS OF GENERAL
It's Perfectly Proper at 2
That and Occurred at
Dance in France.
At leant one Butte girl can boast
in after years that the arms of Gen.
Joint .. Pershing, ciomutander in
c'hief of the American expeditionary
forces in the great world w i, have t
clasputd her. She is Itiss 'Mary Van- d
nier, now in France as a telephone
operator for the United States army v
signal corps. But for all that there
i: no excuse for any prudes to he
iome shocked at the news, for the ii
hug of the faiious general was per
fiii ly proper a:md discreet, although
if the stories of Miss Vainitr's good A
lootis as told by her friends are halfl
tirue, the general cail te excused if i
the ]tug was a bit more fervent than ti
seemied necessary. i
It happened this way, as related Ii
ill the following extract fromit a let- a
ter received froitt Miss \'annier by ti
her sister, Mrs. C. 1). Merchant, of a
Last Sunday afternoon (Feli. 2I Ii
we had the pleasure of entertaining a
(fen. John .1. Pershing and ihis staff at :F
a tea danzant. There were seven b
colonels and the general's nephew.
Liettenatnt Pershing. The general is w
a very charming man and it delight- 1.
fIlt dancer. I had the honor of danc- at
itg the first dance with him. I be- u
tieve we are the first signal corps au
girls to entertain dhitt and it, is due ti
to the fact that the hase commander "'
here, ('oliinel urnett, is a friend of Is
urine. and he happened to be a very it
ild friend of General Pershing and
through himi we had the honor of ii
having in our midst the general. He '
told tis we would he here for some
time to come. 1-le said that at first
he did not approve of American girls v
coiiing over, but now lie couldn't get A
along without its, and as long as s
there is anything doing over here we
wouli remain over here."'
APPEALS TO 1.EN E
TO~ BEGIt OFF ENSIV tE
(Special United Press ire.i
London, April 26. A lierne di
patch said that Bela Kun had i Ii -
pealed to Lenine to begin an imt
mediate offensive with Ilie object of
cniupelling the abandonment of the
Rumianian invasion of Hungary. The
dispatch said the Hungarian situ
ation is desperate. Peisants art'
rising in tuiny places and clamtoring
for the restoration of the monarchy.
FOR OWSLEY ESTATE
Petition for the issuance or letters
of atininistti ation in the estate of the
late William Owsley were tiled yrster
i lay in district court by .iIrs. Berthal
I I. (twsley, the widow. The estate,
I which includes tlii Owsley block in
I Millie and various; mining interest::,
is estimated to be xvorth soIioething
le,,: than $111101100. M1rs. Owsley and
i her sou, Merritt W. Osleh, ; re the
It took a jury in Judge Lncih's
court just 15 minuttes yesterday after
. noon to decide upon the guilt of
D rank. Jordan, charged with hur
glary. The jury incidentally lixed
.Jordan's punishment at not less than
six months nor more than one year at
hard labor, The priminer was alleged
to have roited the roost of ilisa
Josie Sichmidt at 114 WVest Blroadlway
of j$14 in money.
BOY'S MARRIAGE TO
GIRL IS ANNULLED
On application of Edward E. IHop
kins, tilt' marriage of his son, liiiiold
Hopkins. to Pausy Willard. which
occurred last October, was annulled.
testerulay afteru ion by I isi tict
SJudge Lamtb. Th'I' pttlaiitiff asserti t
that at the timte it i le wi'ddinag his
son was hut 17 years of age, wh'lile itic
Sgirl was hot 15.
$E('iIETAIIIESI'() MEET Jll411E.
lietween 25 anil 30 secretaries oi
chutibers of comiterce and tonomir
cilt clubs throughout the state xx iii
be iin Butte next Tuesday imortintg to
aft-nil the annual iieetiiig of tEl
SI uttana Association of CommnercialI
Cluti Secretartes. The moeeting will
(itinyt-te in the Silver Bow club at 1 i
'Twientiith tlnniiiversary ball to be
IN given my the Butte aerie of Eagles,
Monilay evening, April 28, 1919, at
Pallniont altl. Music furnished by
thus Zita Billon seven-piece orchestra.
Publti cordially invited to attend.
Admiuusion 1. lRe!reshmaents.-Ad v.
EAGLES OF BUTTE
TO CELEBBATE MONDAY
20th Anniversary of Local
Aerie Will Be Observed.
for Big Dance.
Eagles, of Bltte are agog over
preparations for tIhe observanei ii
the twei)tietht anniversary of file
founding of their aerie on next Mutt
day. The principal feature of the
celebration will be a grand hall to be
held iln Pullmlont hall oi the eve
ning of flat day, for which elaborate
arrangement a have been maiiide to
make the affair (Ile most notable so
cial event of ttie season.
The Butte aeri' was organized oit
April 11, 1199, and is the eleventh
tell, to be orgatnized in the world.
Ili'. F. A. Irouside holds the distint -
tion of being the lirst Eagle initiated
in Mo1ntana, he in tarn initiating the
first 4tt charter tIembers of the lille
aerie. From that humble beginning
lite local aerie has grown in strength
and numbers until today its mem
eorship is 1,420, of whom 70 are
life members. The cash assets of the
aerie mitiount to $45,95 1.97, of which
$111000 are invested in Liberty
bonds 11nd W\Var Savings stumps.
In addition to its contributions to
war charities and investiments inl
Liberty bonds and Wait Savings
stulips, the local aerie has contrib
uted 110 members to the army, navy
and marine corps, live of whom paid
the supreme sacrifice during the
world war. Numerous other mtcim
letrs of the aerie have been engaged
il ('lviliati war work.
The commiiiltet's iti charge of at'
raigentents for the grand auti
versary ball are as follows:
A iangemlentl and Floor ('ommitt ee.
A. II. Cohen, chairman; lt d Sulli
van, Will. Malloy, Dan Hanley, JaI.
A. Mlontgoimery. (uy Ii. Newkirk,
secretary; Ptt. Keefe, Gent Dillon,
P'runk Sweeney, ('oi O'Neil, (lis
Fitchen, treasurer; 1I0ob. Hutchins,
Alike Hartnett, Otto Simonson, ]lick
trtenan, .terry Sullivaniattes Keefe
JohiI Rowe, tDon. I. King, Itsil Ty
son and Harry Thomaus.
Floor Director - Ed A. Sullivan.
Rte'ption Committee-- Dain Han
ley, Wmn. Mallloy, ('has. Swanson,
Thos. .1. Walker, IBruce Kremer, Jo
seph Jackson, Pete Kelly, John Ianin,
t)r. Irouside. .1. K. O Rourke, T. J.
Geuting, I'. .1. Gilligan., Otto Simon
son, lr.t. I'. 1t MI ncit hy. Jas. Francis
('arey, (Leo. Oi'ihsli. Wit. Paschlall,
Joseph Fahian, Ml. .1. Walsh, Blyron
(Cooney, .1. 11. Turner. John \V. D)an
iel, '. .t. loyle, Dennis Shea, tirry
i'ttLockhart, 'Tony Hmunles, A1. Al. ail
iaet, WX'mi. Meyers, 'Doc" ttMooney,
Atile Cantilon, Joseph Lattarche, Ike
g lItaiti la, Dickey Byrant, James Cap
lice Shea. t. oRoutea, W. ti. Nevin,
Dial. I'. Sullivan, Wml. 11. Davey, J.
I1. Rooney, S. J. Doherty, T. Tomich,
.Jltues F. Henley, Geo. Toole, Guy
STaylor. taties II. OtFlynn, Dennis
lleaky, ('on Lowney. Putl. 1,henll.
J Johnt Doran. J. S. Shea. ..ii. tHag'
manuiu, Ste'lhrln Fletcher. John T. SuI
Ilivan, \\ if. Mal!oney, E~dgar And
iu'ritux, Go('. Myllytnitki, John L. iin
sel. St''v' t'rugolli, Gus. Nickel,
,Julius Ilodonli. Il. A. G. Allen, A. C.
nKnight, 1)r. !151 .1. D)onohue, Joe Ed
der' ' terry iiullin:, atid Hy. Lloyd.
' OBJECTS TO SHARING
WIFF WITH FTHFRS
WIft WIltH UIlitl
Two Aggrieved Husbands
Seek Solace Through
According to WVilliam Ilu.'ller, hs
wife maintained improper relations'
with a whole flock of strange 1mein
in a Seittl o hotel last l)eeeimher and
January. William objects to that
and yesterday filed suit for divorce.
The complaint states that he was
married to the present Mrs. Anna
Mueller last June.
Frank A. Todd alleges that his
spouse, Florence Todd, to whom he
was married in Townsend in 1915,
deserted him this month. He also
wants a divorce.
Mrs. Sigrid Murphy was granted a
divorce from Clifford Murphy and
was given the custody of the two
children of the couple. Mrs. Mtur
phy alleged that her husband treat
ed her cruelly during periods of
drunkenness, which, she says, oc
BAD NO COUNSELý
(Special United Press Wire.)
Tokio, April 26.-Eli Mowry,
American missionary to Korea, who
a was sentenced to serve six months,
was forced to trial without an at
t torney, Seoul dispatches disclose.
Y Mowry, who was charged with al
lowing Koreans to print independ
ince propaganda on his premises,
has appealed. ,
STIIKERS ARE SLAIN BY
POLICE IN POHITA RICO
Many A r e Wounded in
Battle With Tobacco
Trust Gunmen and Offi
Caniario, Porto ilico, April 10.-
(fly Mail.)-In Porto Rico, where
operates the powerful American To
oaeco 'T'rust, to strike means to run
the risk of death.
Four strikers are lead and several
are wounded as the result of two at
tucks on strikers here today. In the I
morning, while a gi out) of strikers of0
the Porto t-ican Leaf Tobacco com- I
pany, a branch of tHe American To
111co trust, were trying to win over a
a number of strike-breakers led by a
ioreman of the Porto Itican Lear To- r
baico company, a corporal of the in
sular police. with another officer.
broke in and began intimidating the
strikera. 'Then foll),wed a wordy ar- N
gument, ended by the policeman dis
charging his revolver full in the face
of two of the strikers and killing. E
These pri sent scattered in fear of
their lives, but two ottur em plo--cs of
the company then came up and tit.s(
their weapons on the retreating fir,- i
tires, wounding several.
A surgeon of thel' vicinity, Dr. La
vandero, who tel-anild the wounded
men later, declared that not only did t
the coiiany negle- to look after the c
needs of the woundt-, but even 'nadl
an effort to ioti i tate those whI
made ril uests for mh"i1 for th. i
Later in the dad, f- ore-oen of the
same company tired their revolvers at
a group of strik err, killing two anti
severely wounding tive others.
Following upont this outrage, thn
-ivil rights of the (corkers have te-i
suspended. Pol:cinen weith car
bines are in chargegof 11e women t
IN BUTTE CHURCHES
'Thieosoph'i-l society, Leonard ho
tel building. 20) West Granite street
--"The Just ice of Reincarnation'
will be the subject of ait paper to b<
reudhy bMrs. Katherine Moldstad
Sunday cv wning at 8:15.
TImmar.Itl Presbyterian church
Galeni and Gaylord strcets.--Sundat
school,. Ita i. -'., Richard Tregidga
.,uperintenduent. Preaching 7 :15 b1>
JJ. I1. Penatial. The Tregidga broth
ers will render special music at the
evening scrvice- This feature itsell
is a religious service which all wil
fully enjoy. All classes are cordiall!
Intern'-tiunal Bible Students' as
sociation. V. C. Rice will speak at
- Good 'l-eupltrs hall. 215 North Mail
. street. Sundais evening at 8 p. 1m.,
subject, ''lyiid the (crave." All art
cordially nvitted. Sc as free. Ni
Colgri - t lasti church, Itarrison
avenui and Majors stre 't, Iterten
Emiery Crane. gastor.- --Preaching at
11 and 8. tev. Gregory J. Powell
1). 1)., of Ilillings will preach both
t morning ai i-eieing. Sunday school,
will be at 'h: - conmanencing next Sun
day mi 1)-ni ii. Note the chang, of
3 floral I; art, Confiiai!00onal. 2905
l'hilliptt sn-- I-.- Sunday school, ,gall.
PLTACE IS SEARCHED
o n.n warrant issued by the
county na orney's office, Officer Jack
Melia yei rday searched the Regan
roadhoun*f now known as Crystal
Slirings n'tel. for liquor alleged tc
be stortdi upon the premises. None
way ftn-; according to the returr
of the wn rant.
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"Beyond the Grave"
Huir Ir. V. C. Rice of the In
hnal Bible Students' as
S i speak- Sunday eve
mll'L. \april 27th, at Good
Tet n. inhall, 8 p. m., on this
Sul; .which is of interest to
eiert I'dy. All welcome. No
e olIt :on taken.
$100 reward will be paid to any
one proving we do not put In the
nest mainspring for $1. Mayer, 87
North Main street.-Adv.
John P. Meyers, president of the
Granite Bi-Metallic Mining company
of Philipsburg; arrived last evening
from St. Louis, Mo., and will leave
for Philipsburg with H. S. Blitz in a
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lindsley are r
visiting friends in the city for a few i
days. Mr. Lindsley, who was former
ly a resident of Butte, is now a prom c
inent business man of Two Dot. 11
When you are over-worked, feel C
listless or languid, or when you v
can't sleep or eat, better take Hol- t
lister's Rocky Mountain tea. Livens n
you up, purifies the blood, soothes t
and regulates the stomach, makes
you eat and sleep. A real spring t
medicine. 35c, tea or tablets.- 1
Mrs.IJ. J. Lynch and her son, Ed- F
win, of 213 Missoula avenue, accom- I
panied by Jackie Sullivan of 228 1
West Granite street, have gone to
St. Paul on a visit.
R. S. Blitz of the Granite Bi
Metallic Mining company and L. F.
Wilson were visitors yesterday, reg
istering from Philipsburg.
Mr. and Mrs. David Marks were
over yesterday from the capital and
will attend the exhibition of the gov
ermient flying circus.
F. H. Brent and C. 11. Callaghan
were prominent business men from
the Gallatin valley registering last
-ight from Bozeman. it
You must clean the stomach and j
bowels, purify the blood each spring,
nr you will leave winter's germs and
mpurities in your blood and system. 1
Drive them away, clean out the stom
ach and bowels-take Hollister's
Rocky Mountain tea. A spring
cleanser, purifier; 35c, tea or tablets.
Mrs. Bessie Aldrich and Mrs. Fair
child of Sheridan came in for the
week end to see the aviation exhibit
and are at the Butte.
Members of the Butte High School
Dramatic club will hold a private
lance in the school gymnasium this
A petition of hankruptcy was filed
in the United States district court
yesterday by George C. McAllister of
II. J. Stallman and C. S. Varden
were over from Great Falls yester
day attending to business matters.
William Ellis and John Conroy of
Dillon and Henry W. Collom of Wise
River were arrivals last evening.
Lester H. Loble. Vivian E. Sires,
J. B. Sires and W. T. Gorman were
here from Helena yesterday.
W. L. Hill, with his family, were
over from Drummond yesterday for
a short visit in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Herschey and
bliss Mabel Herschey were in town
from Wisdom yesterday.
Mrs. C. V. Thompson and Mrs. M.
E. Potter of Livingston are over to
see the flying circus.
James Murphy, a prominent min
ing man from Burke, Ida., is in
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Penrod of Ana
conda were in Butte last evening.
Mrs. S. A. Douglas of Boulder is
visiting in Butte.
Miss Sadie Lillard of Boulder is a
guest in the city.
Today's Anniversary. |
ri 0 0
Saturday, April 26, 1010.
The first reference to Sunday
4 sports in England is perhaps that
contained in a special license grant
ed by Queen Elizabeth, under date
of April 26, 1569. peiimittiing "John
S. Couton, poulterer, having four
small children, and fallen Into decay,
to have and use some plays and
games at ot tipon several Sundays,
for his hatter ielief, coumfort and sus
tentation.' The gaises to he permit
ted under the direction of this Eliza
hethan proimotei- included 'time shoot
ing wvith lime standard, the shooting
with the broad arrow, the shooting
at 12 score pi'ick, the shooting at thme
Turk, the leaising for men, the run
uing for men, time wrestling,' the
throwing of the sledge, and the pitch
ing of the bar.' The authorities were
advised In attend thme games with
'four or five discreet and auwbstan
tail men' to keep the peace and pre
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WEDDINCS HERE EXCEED
TIOAL JIVORCE DECREES
Federal Statistics S h o w
That One Hundred Sixty
Statistics collected by federal au
thorities show the following figures
relative to marriages and divorces
in Silver Bow county:
During the last calendar year the
clerk of the court here issued 1,016
marriage licenses. The three lepart
ments of court divorced 367 couples.
Of the divorces 259 were secured by
women for cruelty, neglect or deser
tion; 108 were given to men, the
main cause being desertion, although
there were a few cases of cruelty.
Naturalizations during the year to
taled 160. The nativities of the new
ly-made citizens were: England, 75;
Ireland, 35; Canada, 19; Wales, 7;
Isle of Man, 6; Italy, 5; Scotland, 3;
Finland, Norway and Sweden, 2 each;
Belgium, France, Greece, Newfound
land, Russia and Switzerland, 1 each.
CITY EMPLOYES HAPPY
DESPITE LOSS OF JOBSJ
Will Trip Light Fantastic,
Eat, Drink and Be Merry
Although the entire personnel of
the city administration now warm
ing chairs in the city hall offices
have packed up their belongings pre
paratory to turning over the city and
the city hall to the incoming repub
lican administration, none of them
are downhearted. The reason for the
light-heartedness is said to be antici
pations of the good time they will
have on the night of Saturday, May
3, when their farewell dance will he
held in the city barn.
It will be some dance," if the
plans of committee in charge work
out. Dances held at the city barn
in the past under the auspices of the
city hall employes have been noted
for the enjoyment displayed and it is
planned to make the last dance one
that will be thought of with pleasure
in future years.
SCENE OF ORIENTAL
CAMESABOOI TO Co
Jack Dowd's Chinese Gam
ing Joint Makes Way for
The old building at the southeast
corner of Main and Galena strets, in
the wide-open days of Butte notori
ous as the scene of heavy play in
various gambling games, is about to
pass. A force of workmen has been
engaged for more than a week tear
ing down the structure to make way
for a building of more modern con
The loft of the building, which is
one of the landmarks of the city, was
used in the old days as a gambling
establishment by the famous Jack
Dowd, "square gambler" and noted
pioneer referee. Dowd furnished
thrills to his patrons by specializing
in Chinese games of chance. Instead
of the ordinary sharp-eyed white man
acting as dealers, Dowd's staff was
composed of (slant-eyed Celestials
who were willing to stake the house's
roll against the plungers in any game
ranging from fantan to odd games
more familiar to the Orient than to
Until recently the building was
occupied by Miller & Sinonson's liv
PAY FOB SERVICES
Five of the seven physicians, chos
en by County Attorney Jackson to
conduct an autopsy upon the body of
Mrs. Morrissey after her sudden
death in March, have presented their
bills and received their pay-$25
They are Doctors Donohue, Kane,
McCarthy, Lhotka, and Horst.
ON BIG HOLE RIVER
Ted Ross chaperoned a party of
eastern tourists to Divide yesterday
on a fishing trip. Ross reports the
fishing at Divide and Maiden Rock
is particularly fine this spring. Yes
terday the water was muddy, but at
that they got some good ones on the
fly-one trout weighing more than
for Less on
Easiest of Terms
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Dr. C. W. Payne
2:30 to 5
6 to 8
315 Phoenix Blk.
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We are selling men's clothing,
hats, shoes, underwear and
shirts at a price that will
astonish you. Come in and
look over our line of
Our line of jewelry is complete,
with prices that will appeal
Montana Clothing &
103 South Arizona St.
Out of the High Rent District
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17 S. Main St.
Untxcelled I isiioe
Up-lo-tlie-iiiln t e service
names l'ot ladies
Light and clean
WE CATER TO THE
Clean, Airy Rooms in Con
Sam and John Kenoffel
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Expert Watch Repairing
Watch Cleaning, $1.50
Mainsprings - -$1.00
Both Guaianteed for One
People's Theater Bldg.
40 E. PARE ST.
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Golden Gate Pool Hall
Tobaccos, Cigars, Cigarettes and
GIVE US A CALL
272 E. Park.
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