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Washington Market 18 W. Park I
Central Market 323 N. Main I
HARRY THOMPSON, Manager Phone 662 *
I Fancy Steer Beef California peaches, 20c
BEEF STEW, 15c E" elly, .115
I SHOULDER BOIL, 15c
lb.... -5c b. can tomatoes, 1. (
FAMILY STEAK, 25c reg. 20c, specia, ..
PRIME RIB ROAST, 30c FRESH VEGETABLES
Ib. ........... ........-- ...... California special new
-- beets, carrots and turnips,
lVeal new peas, green beans.
SMILK VEAL STEER 11 hubarb, 3 Ibs. 25c
Slb. for............................ 1C
* VEAL ROAST, 25c I
VEALb. CUTLETS, 3C alifornia and Washington *
A S 0 strawberries.
I lb. COS 35c PICKLE SPECIALS n
SHAM HOCKS, a. Farm House, qts., 2 for 750c
Ib .. ....... ickled onions, qt...... 50c m
SALT PIGS' HEAD, 171 Green olives, qt. 55c
Ib.......................... 2 ose pickles, small jars,
l------ sweet or sour----------Oc
SALT PIGS' FEET, sweet or sou ...____________10
SIb . .. . . H ......................
GROUND BONE, g South Side Delivery Satur-
7 lbs. -. .U- day at 2 P. M. 1
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For Sunday Morning's
Two Large 9**
Coffee Cakes 2 C
8PECIAL-FOR SALE SATURDAY ONLY
22 8. MAIN
2 doors below Rialto Theater 315 S. MAIN
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Comfort and Wear, the Main
Our shoes are made by real tTnion _ "
Shoemakers, whose pride is the cr e
ative skill of artizanship. The up
pers are made of the finest calf
skins and vici kids. The soles, in
soles and counters are of the best
sole-leather obtainable. Hence
wear and comfort. While the priices
on shoes have advanced everywhere,
we still maintain the popular-lrice
policy. Try a pair.
CHICAGO SHOE STORE ." ",,,",,.,, 4
7 South Main St. Shoes I or
Branch Store, 48 E. Park. - .i hn
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URGED TO ATTEND MEETING
Questions of Phone Rates
and Street Car Fares to
Be Discussed and Action
Against Both Be Taken.
A special and urgent invitation to
every public-spirited citizen to ut
tend the mass meeting to be held to
morrow night in the courthouse iun.
der the auspices of the Good Gov.
ernment league, has been, issued by
International Bible Students' as
sociation.-Mr. B. H. Boyd Will
speak at I. O. G. T. hall, 213 North
Main street, Sunday evening, at 8
o'clock. Subject, "Where Are the Sol
dier Dead?" All are cordially in
vited to hear this interesting theme
discussed by an able speaker. Seats
free. No collection taken.
Theosophical society, Leonard ho
tel building, 205 West Granit
meeting wvill begin promptly at 8
o'clock ;and a number . of mllatters of
public inlterest, pail icularly with
reference to the increased telephtnll
rates, the asked-for increase in stre -i
car fares and the proposed establish
ment of public parks are scheduletl
for discussion. At last week's meet
ing comnmittees were appointed to il.
vestigate the status of the telephone
and street car fare umatters. 'l'hleas
committees will report at tomorrow
night's meeting, wheln sollle definite
action on the part of the citizells is
expected in opposition both to thei
phone rates and to the increased
Bernard Baxter, captain of the
Pueblo (Colo.) fire department, yes
terday proved himself a man of good
taste and discernment, when, after
coming all the way to Butte from
the Colorado city, took a Butte girl
Miss Mary Lynch, 208 West Wool
man street, for his bride. The wed
ding service was held at St. Mary't
church with the Rev. Father M. J.
Hannan presiding. The happy
.tuple left. 1st evening for a honey
moon trio to:'the Pacific coast. aftel
Waxes Enthusiastic After
Visit of Inspection to
City's Breathing Spots
Assu. ran'es of iithe arly establis..l
Itloint (f a series of -iilatl plarks for
the city were giveiin last night b,'
IMayor Stodden inllllltial.l ty after itr
had returned from aii inllspectio tri;p
to various sites. in iolipany with a
delegation of city olfiiiuls and ('it
Z(iis who alre ite.'i'iledI in I1i' the (i'
ject for m1o". lbroathinig spot. IiI.
"With the transfer of Othw suer
ision and 'xpI'nt'e of the . i ark pl t ayi
griound to ithe schl boalrd anld with I
a 2-mlill levy for pair piurposie, ,
said the mayor. "I feel sure ti;ht
si ilie Ibut desirable systeilu I p, rk.,
can ie inliii iu rateld ait but titllt ' i -
The inspection tarly fir:;t visited
the site of -1 I r aires owned\llr lx the
eily at 1ith limit:) of the cite on Gar
field Itvillllte. It w a: ; ('(1se i 'l ini ii
that w\\hil' tlihe tract now is il ii
rough state, it can libe improved nitli I
Irlmade a ipresentabl. park site for liii
tle expense. It was statl d that .1. I;.
\Wharton, mllanager of the BIntte Hail
way collllpaly, hd Ipromllised the tx
tension of thie car line in eventl
park is establishetd Ihere.
Tholllmson ark was next VWisit,
andi all imembetrs of thie piarly .,
prtssed themselves as delighrted l \ith
the beauty of the place. It \\ :!
stated that the Iiboartl of Itrusteei,:
icharge of the park have about .it
000 to spend in imiprov'ing the ipark.
The party then Visited the counir
'park of :15 acres near Lake Ais-',.
xwhicx _ was donated to lthe counlty IcI
WV. AcC. White of the 'T'idexwater In
testirient cotllrpainy, rand ilattler viiud
a point at Harrison and Harvnald t
\erullles, \vhirll Ich had been su~ggester x
ais thei site of a mrirnicipal switlnrlil g
pooil. The latter site forls Ir liatlll
ail basin, w\xhich at littl expense,l it t.1
said, oun lrI' transformedil into an -
cttllent Ipoml for' chiilii .en, the wx tei.,
of itlacktail creek traversing th.Ie
Sites of smallll trianlgles at Casmy
and Phillips streets and ait W\arrnri
aind (Olymllpia streets, which it is plro-I
posed to pltlk i landI set.,l, xw'lere' ini-l
slp 'ted also.
The inslection party colipris.d I
the maymr, Peter i-i. Hollatnd, Frankt
1. Austin, Frank A. Silvetr, tiohrn A.
\'il't rn, itiltrrmi'e :; E. J.. rishsburp'yi l.
uoni issioner of public woxrks;
ia ltuelro \V. Il illings, buimling insp -
tor; )r. Peter Potter and Ji . L. .
I)o'rs.h of the 'coininitttii' on Iarlk.
and iplaygrounds; Malcolmt Grilli .
(Gusl\tave A. Lo nhell rf tll and .1. IF.
IRocthe, rlnaliger of tlihe Monltanra
IPower cron plun .
TRIAL OF LEADE]RS
(Continued From Page One.)
fair. The state ex'ercised aill three of
its peremlllptutiries, the de'ifenslle (ee'r
cised four c'hallenges, wtivinig e lie
A Sea-flring Maln.
13luce is a sea-farinig iiin, short
ani stock(', spillrse gray hair lanld
gray nlustache, tanneil, tlil-stained
hands, in intelligent typicnl Inigra
tory rebel proletarian. i'e was born
in Albany, N. Y., of Scottisth parent
age. Attornlleys for the idefense are
George V. VAanderveer and liapll S.
PIierce. IProscuting Attorney i'red C.
IBrown. Assistants Charles E. ('lay
potl, C. I). Armlody. Jludge. \V'alter
.11. 'I'renc' h. iThe prosecultor read hli:
opening etatemtenlt, purportilg to he
the history, birth and deVelollnenlt
of the I. \V. \V., "which seeks to over
throw organized government by
forcible resistance to laws, injury
to property, intimidations, murder,
slboltge, tlirect notion, striking oi
tlie job, slowing down, duplicating
lRussnian r\evolutlion, Iadvocating geni
erJal strike. stirrilng tup disclontenlt
purposell'! tlo destroy pirofits 1and over
| lthrow capitalist," i nud said 13u'c'e
was guilty ofi being it nationll or
galliz/r of thliet body.
Attorney \'illderveer nl elr C I y
stated: "\\'e will see how iutitt(I of
tiis thlle stllte is able to prove," and
a;iiv''tl his openlilng statement.
'rThe state 's first witness was I'o
lile Sergeantlll P. F". ieefe. He tes
tifitled lto arrelsting lrutlce IFeb. 20 at
the S'leafar'ers' club and identified
crI etdentii als, stpplies and literatlure
iilleged to have Ibeen taken fromnl
' \'nlltlrviler objected anld iwas over
Sruleid 11lln the illegal seizuire of idett -
f tif ied ali lt erial.
h iKeefe wits forced to admit the
• truth of a newspaper report (Post
i Illttlliiencer)l that le llad openllled
Stile dfeldntl liii's sealed letters aIt Io
ot liie headquairiers. He said it did not1
- ll atter in thei case of tile 1. \V. XV.
_lie also admliiitted tliat uan olliiter
' struck Htlrrly KiIrepps in tile jai when
arrested wilh Bruclle.
e Asked if it was i hard blow. li(,
SrI'leplied thai it was not as hard iis lii
ouiight to tinae' got.
t Attlorney \ianderveer iimmlediately
excused the wit e, llt's, eaving the ini
Robert 1' ('Collins, a detective. was
[ the seoiid t\\itness. lie was fornier
ly with tlhe departlent of justice. tHe
testifited to iInvestigating B1ruce and
e identified literature he clained thei
defendlant admiitted reading and aIp
1, The third witness, T. L. Allison,
1- who was a member of the military
I- police, who had been ordered by the
's governmnent to join a union. joined
. Construction Workers' Industrial
y union No. 573 June 6, 1918, and took
r- delegate credentials and went. to a
ur camp at Bonner's Ferry, Idaho, He
Will Not. Interfere in Pole
Ukranian Scrap Until
Paderewski Arrives. Con
sider Austrian Treaty.
(iSpecial United 'r, \\'ire.)
Paris. May 23. -- "'1 1 le four"' to
day dismeusse.l (1h nkililtu "prison'r,
oIr war" trlmns of the An\! .ri;a1 tireatil .
TI'll( r(eialatiollns s ecli ll j);1t waI
completed at yesterda;i}. ulil ttin;,.
'1liie det.ision was 1.1,:( hi I yuslt -
day to withhold acti? n (l II Ih, ; tiltd 1
tisilpllte between th1ý Il'- i ltld i k
til Prt'illir Pr tad l ski's arrival .
which is ( iexpected t'iulil111 u'V Ior .tlu -
liociki dorff and fi u Itner 1, niioit
itiu iiight to ui er icit lu lili.t ofi
th.' .Geriuan lgovermlti ,iiTi t li. 'lThe (111
nli'' aL tl tl ted tli ou i ti r-itl's (llt.
G( -rmlian.s' proposals re1 a rid iil o t11,
II - ---- -----------.- Iio
agu of nal tions, , iliti eltdl llit h t it
prsclt.ic'ablt h than t 1 rill r an p law
although, it uss. liiddld, wtiiih(l wlrms li
sunggestlionit s lrtn n l (-t l Ionýidr'ed whenII
the, l-agie finally is organized. Ill
regarl d to "obligi atory ;:r1itra ion. "
ihae (oliltI ite l stai iti universal ali
pli aetibiilly lwouldl(I it. n airtlable.
\e t; 11'e lga Id the ri n i gll ovtler
i1 I it , t 'f Vors dis.tin. ' 11111u l it' li t
rlly lconllti dIed
Il - -' -- - - --' - - - - -- -- - a
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
Th'1 lilln1t1 high school seate had
tilt large:i t attmttl a -ce so far this
year i ail a eeting held last WVed
nesd;iy. T'i' ; bni u+iness nii(1ting wao-;
espe,'ially spirited. .Alamy motioni
were discusse~d, ai1ong which was onel)
oncl'lrning the smatll's anlln al ham
qu.et. A w innltlllitI was itlpoilted5
to ma e a Irrange. ."nts. ;,r. \lilikin
gave t11 interesting addres's t the >
,ld Of 1' lo n(,etiig1
spelnt by the pros.aelting llortneys
1in taking turns 11udi',(l1g in full "lied
Dawn." by i'iarrisoll ("orge and "P'a
` triotisml and the Worker, b y Gus
tave l 'erve.
The jurors ailpitp tred intensely ill
rirested ill this last named pluin hlet.
Thille case is being Iacked by the
contral labor col] ' il. 111(1 a assumIes
untional importa lce on account of
open shot) and conspiracy featus.-s.
Bulletin Phone No. Is 52
to Eat at Prices
That Are Right
Strts\ Ieri(,s. Iox 22'2c
Ii(' 1 lollu(re. :) t', -r ..25c
ILed11' tlatiu.(' l. . ...... 25c
l1hl(ii~i l('S. 1)111("'11 .....-. . -5c
i(;l'('1`1 liiU ll.i- I II II( l_. Sc
Ih1''i. , tr ,tui s , l0 ',ii l 5i
;'1111 Iaralnlil)ý. 1)b11("11 ..10c
'icI I)Iail1 I. 4 . ........ 25c
l 111i I tlIl - II).... 20c
PHONE 727 PHONE
Park and Arizona Sts.
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Hot Weather Specials
17 W. PARK ST.
(I nite ('iwlr St(ore Is Next
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1,z. I 1000
lake t I m.. a ED'S ke a
p und dollar
3400 Eiast Park Street
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W\' Se'rve the Best on the Market
at Pppular Prices.
, Today We Celebrate.
The Paris ('omnmune.
Revolutionary outbreaks follow
ing defeat at arms is nothing new.
The bolshevik movement in Russia
and elsewhere in Europe is simply
on a. larger scale than similar out
breaks that have taken place in the
coursa of the world history. There
was the Paris commune, for instance.
which held the French capital in its
grip" and thousands of the commun
iusts were killed before the govern
ment regained possession of the city.
The assault of the government troops
uplon Paris, which hId begun on May
21, 1871, was reaching its height on
his date, and was followed by the
surrender of the city. The bolshevik
elenments of Paris---and there are
some Ihlsheviki there as well as inl
all other countries--- will this coni
ing Sunday make the pilgrimage to
the Pere la Chaise cemetery, where
those who were killed in the com
mune of 1871, lie buried. The wall
suir'oundiing the burial place of the
o utnllnllliarids is inscrib(ed with a tab
let which reads: "Aux mlorts de la
communte, 21-28 Mai, 1871.5"
In the seven days of terror, which
Parisian proletariat has comnineio
r;iled for tmany years by aot anniual
deto nst rat ion, about 25,(000) titen,
wonien and children were shot. Driv
en fromn barricade to hbarricade, they
fought oni until, driveni against the
wall, they were nllotwed down ill
healps. T'ie giround rotund ithe walls
enclosing the last resting place of
these comuninunlists is now balrren aund
weti-irown, as i here has lIbeen noti
det.indtl for burial plots so lnear to
tlihe Ih lshl eviki of that Iperiodl.
'lthe inisurrectiolt of the people of
l'aris whicih led to the brief reign of
thie com(ununlle began ill March, 1871.
The Ilpoplace of Paris was aroused
Ito a frenzy by the successes of the
(lertians and the terrible sufferings
thety endutred durilg tile siege. The
lmajority Of the members of the na
tinail assembly inclined to the resto
ration oif lthe nmonarchy, and the gov
,rning odtly of France was ltherefore
viewed with suspicilon by the repubh
licans and ratdicals. Thus it came
alout tIhait .ile red flag was raised
and ithe peoplel(' seized control of tlhe
citsy antd tproclaimed the cottntune.
W\Vile tlit c'ommiiune was mlltilrked by
minaiiy bloody deeds and wild excesses,
just as similiar' denioustrations of to
day iare ilarked by excesses and
crutlly, it was useful in piroving the
futii lily of any attempt to restore thlll
old royalist Ireginte in lF'rance.
lDu)lling thei' fighting etween theli
iarisians and the goverlnlment troops
ill lay the formller battled with ;
I lourage uund tiuinacity which was ul
iost unprecledented in a disorganized
otb. After the r'(oops forced their
way through the city gates they had
to pay dearly for every foot of ground
they gained. ilehintd their ibarricades
the cotlnnlnards contested every ad
vance of the sohldiers, and the ttur
dlerous hund-to-hand fighting in the
streets continlued for a week. When
at Ilist they realized that they were
defeated, 1lth contlllunardis sought to
destroy I'Paris. The womten were even
mtore tenrrible than the inen, and they
succeeded ill happlying the torch to
many falmous edifices, inctluding the
Palace of the Legion of Hoinor, the
Hotel de Ville, the Lihrary of the
Ltoulve, the Palace of the Tuilleries,
and nutlmerous otheru Me1rcy pl:lyed
no part in the suppression of the
Iimobl. Men, women and children were
shot ldown, antd for a year after the
collaplse of the commnune there were
nlulmerous courtslnartial and execu
lions. IBesides the thousands slain
and execuiited. 13,000 were transplort
ed or sentt to priso11. The cotlllulnne
was the Inost terrible inlsurrecltion of
nmoderl n times.
Prince Arthur was created Duke
of Connaught 45 years. ago today,
May 23, 1874, thus becoming tihe
first royal 4rince whose leading title
was Irish. Four years later the Duke
of Conllaught's establishment act was
passed, making the sallne provision
for the duke as for his brother Al
fred. ('onnaught was long a nomn
inial kinagdomn and tile name, as a
title of honor, is thus historic and
royal. T'he O'Conners were the rul
ers of Connaught in Celtic times, and
in the 12th century lRoderick O'Con
nor, of Colnniaught, became king of
all Ireland. After the Anlglo-NorllIan
coniiluest of the Eiierlad Isle, Rich
ard dtie lBurgh, the Great, becamnie
Iord of Connaught. Later, the title
of l,lord of Connalught passed to the
earls of Ulster. The Connaught title
in 1761 passed to Prince William
Hlenry, brother of George III.. who
was created D)uke of Uloycester and
Edin'burgh, in the British peerage,
and arl of Connaught, in tile Irshl
peerage. The title passed to his son,
who died in 1834, whenl the Coi
nauklht earldonm became extinct. Forty
years later the Connaught title was
revived and conferred on thi prince
who later became governrl general
WOMEN AI.VE EQi'.UAL
'1O'rLT IN ('()NIEIIEN('E.
Washington May 2:. -The first
nattional political "powwow" in his
tory to be atteltded by both n men and
womeiln opeltid helue today with chair
lten of both)i the lln auilt([ womlen's
reptiblican tstate central committees
sittiug as delegates.
Republlicaln iparty chieftains at the
opening of the conlference said that
women delegates would have an
equal voice with the tmen in decid-i
ing organlizat ion ntulllouvers and pol
icies to be oitlined with a view of
c'arying the party to victory in 1920.
The prospect s for the passage of
a ciolistitutionl;l sulffrage anlendment
during tihe present session of the 66th
congress are also expected to comlie
uip for disicussion.
Thl'le couferuence, which met at 10
o'clock this morning is to continue
thlroulgh t oday alnd tomlorrow, ending
with a banquin t tomlorrow night.
IOLD,) C'HII,)11EN'S FIESTA.
A children's fiesta, to which ad
mission is free, will be held this eve
ning beginning at 8 o'clock at the
Woman's club. An interesting pro
gram has been arranged under the
direction of Mrs. Herman Thalmuel
ler of the mothers' department.
Children attending must be accom
panied by their parents, it is an
We carry the highest and finest grade of woolen goods, heavy
worsted and silk mixtures.
ALSO A BIG LINE OF UNCALLED FOR SUITS
on which you can save from $10 to $15. Workmanship and
quality guaranteed. Call and convince yourself that I am the best
tailor in Butte. If quality and workmanship is not satisfactory
your money cheerfully refunded.
The Fashion Tailoring Co.
M. MORRIS. 47 W. PARK ST.
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WE HAVE INSTALLED A CHURN
ll(1 will so001 make 4111' oW illitter, Wlhieh will g ail -
miee V:ll I'r .li ..Whl lesoinie b)Ill.I'.
1 .Fresh i lltterni ilk .a ill\\'ia s oi llh l per.gl lloi ..........30c
Sw\ eel Illillk, l(iper (I ill t -2................ ........................--1 ,
The Blue Bird Butter Shop
209/2 W. PARK ST.
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IS ON SALIE AT THE
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e TWO NEW
"LESSONS OF THE
By VLADMIR OULINAW
na PRICE 10 CENTS
"WHAT IS A PEACE
e By L. TROTZKY
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SEVERAL CASES HEARD
IN DISTRICT COURT
Grace Annie Holland was granted
a decree of divorce this morning
from James J. Holland. She was
granted $2,000 as alimony for the
support of herself and a minor child
of two years.
The suit of Robert Melralfe
against the Butte-Detroit company
was vacated in Judge Lamb's court
The case of the Montana Auto and
Garage company against James
Kearney, the most interesting fea
ture of which is Kearney's counter
claim for damages of $5,000, is still
in progress. Taking of testimony
will probably be. complete by the
time court adjourns this evening.
SCOUT EXECUTIVE COMING.
Charles N. Miller, deptrty national
scout commissioner toft the Boy
Scouts, will arrive' Sunday from Og
den on a visit of inspection to local
Scout headquarters. He' will remain
225 EAST PARK ST.
We Will Serve You Right
Pleasant and Clean
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The Progressive Shoe Shop
For first-class Shoe Repairing.
This is no second-hand cobbling
shop. First-class work only.
1721 Harrison Ave.
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Mammoth Removal Sale
The National Supply Co.
Home Furnishings and Ladies'
Apparel on easy payments. Will1
move to 115 S. Main St. June 1.
Now located at 10 W. Mercury
St., Phone 5096-J.