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Poynter's Cash Store
1854 HARRISON AVIE.
Wholesale to Consumer.
Do you realise that by buying
your supplies each day in small
que.ntities 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
10 lbs. granulated sugar (with
$10 order) ................... $1.00
100 lbs. cane sugar........$11.00
98 lbs. Montana's best hard
wheat flour .....................$6.50
49 lbs. Montana's best hard
wheat flour ................... $ 3. 53
24 lbs. Montana's best hard
wheat flour .............. ... $1.75
5 lbs. M. J. B. coffee........$2.25
1 lb. School Boy peanut but
ter ........................ 30c
Three packages Lux Washing
Corn flakes, per pkg........... lOc
Shelled walnuts or almonds,
per lb. .............: ...................85c
22 large bars brown laundry
Creamery butter, per lb..... 0c
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of acceptable lasting
plea~s.Ue can be SOcur. ,
JE WELR Y
73 East Park St.
Fine line of wrist wvatc.heis,
signet ring's, vla allieres;
also ,iewellry of everI'y dle
s(ription. Your patronage
S. & H. Trlaing Stamlps
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9 No. Arizona St.
THE MINERS' HOME.
We make a specialty of lunches
for miners and others. The best
of everything at greatly reduced
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The Finest in Butte
MAX VITT, Proprietor.
205 W. Park-135 S. Main
Shoes, Clothing, Jewelry,
Cutlery, Suit Cases, Hlats
Save Money by
F. J. EARLY
717-719 E. FRONT ST.
16 oz. 100c
make a make a
500 East Park Street
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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FOR "ONE BIG
Resolutions Favoring the
Adoption of Canadian
Plan in Montana Meet
Members of the Metal Mline Work
ers of America at their meeting Tues
day night adopted resolutions en
dorsing the One Big Union idea and
took steps toward the formation of
such a union in Montana.
The resolution, as adoptcd, is as
Whereas, the working class are
weak because of the division in their
ranks and the capitalist class strong
because, though few in numbers, they
are well organized and meet the
working class with a solid front,
Whereas, the workers of every
other highly developed country in
the world are solidifying their forces
and marching forward with rapid
strides to their industrial freedom;
\VWhereas. the Canadian workers
have foinmed Ihemselves into One Big
Urlion which means the uniting of all
the workers into one commonoll body
with commlloll aints anid colmmon ef
Whereas. the splendid strike that
is now tbeing waged in Canada dleml
onstrates the power and the extent
to which the One Big Union idea has
already found root in the minds and
will of the working class;
Therefore, be it resolved that we,
the Metal Mine Workers of America,
record our sympathy with the Can
adian symlpathetic strike and endorse
the One Big Union plan of the Can
adian workers, and
Ile it further resolved, that we im
mediately take steps toward the for
mation of a One Big Union in the
state of Montana patterned after the
Canadian method as a step in the
right direction and towards the One
Big Union of the American working
This was followed by a motion
outlining action and efforts towards
fulfilling the wish of the resolution.
The committee on the ballot on
demands to the operators, reported
that a ulnanilmous vote in favor of
the demands was cast. Also that the
working class is lining up for the
battle on the Mooney fight.
A committee was elected to at
tend a conference of unions and or
ganizations to discuss "Free Speech"
at the Socialist hall next Thursday
night. June 19th.
Sergeant John A. Williams who
was in attllndanc at the Bruce trial
ill Seattle then gave a very interest
ing talk on his experiences.
FLORAL PARK DORCAS
SOCIETY IN PROGRAM
The Dotrca ssociety of Floral park
will hold an interesting program at t
Bethany Loutheran church this eve
ning. The program follows:
Son, "The Shell," Junior choir;
recitation, "Dad's Old Breeches,"
Harold Telling; recitation, "Dolly's
Turn," Lenora Preffer; song. "See
the Shining Dew Drops," boys and
girls; dialogue, "Sometimes Some
where," Janils Pearce, Albort Dun
can, Jack lIird; recitation, "Tonm
miy's lResonable Complaint," Has
kell Preffer; recitation, "Ala's
-Tools," Thelma Claybourn; Evening
Song, boys and girls; recitation, "Get
a Transfer," Edwin I)uncan; recita
lion, "It's a Gay Old World," John
Telling; recitation, "Lewis' Story,"
Virginia L,andberg; song, "Fairy
Crew," throe girls; recitation, "A
lluntslnlln," Helen Spencer; recita
lion, "The Little (Girl ill ('hurch."
Iuith Sylvester; recitation. "That All
May Its Done," IRobert Landberg;
song, "Mlother's Prayer," five girls;
recitation, "The Old lBachelors'
Sole," Edith IHeighton; recitation,
"One Night 1 Couldn't Go to Sleep,"
Virginia Landlierg; tableau, Star
SAY TWO SHIPPED
BOOZE TO SPOKANE
Allegations that Frank McLean
and Jack Stal inti attempted to
shilp lilquor fromi "dry" Ilutte to
even "dryer" Spokane, were made be
forei Federal ('olulnissioner Vailn Et
ten by I,arry Ialy, special ageut of
the delpartment of justice. The
liquor was -eized at theI Butte depot,
it is said. The men are believed to
be in Slpokane.
Members local union No. 65, I. 11.
E. WV.: Special meeting Sunday, Junei
15, at K. P. hall. Meeting to be
called at 2 p. m.
-Adv. Rec. Sec.
SONGIIIRI) ('.-PTAIN HERE.
Local Salvation Army members
are agog over the presence in Butte
of Staff Captain McClelland of Den
ver headquarters, who is in Butte
auditing the books of the local
citadel. The captain, who is known
as "The Singing Evangelist," is ex
pcted to hold a special service at
Park and Main streets at 8 o'clock
TALK ABOUT MORALS.
The Butte Women's council met
in regular session Tuesday, June 10.
Plans for the coming year were dis
cussed relative to the establishment
of parks and playgrounds. They
ze also discussed moral conditions in
Washington Market 18 W. Park
Central Market 323 N. Main
HARRY THOMPSON, Manager Phone 662
Fancy Milk Fed Broilers, Saturday Specials
Hens and Springers. IL
STEER BEEF Golden Age Macaroni,
Spaghetti Noodles, 2
RIB ROAST, 30C 4 packages for-. 5cl
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SHOULDER BOIL, Hebe Milk,,tall cans, 25C
SHOULDER BOIL, 71C ans or
lb.-- - ----- -- 1l 2 M lcans fortall c . 2
FAMILY STEAK, 25 Superior Creamery 55c
lb. -. - . Butter, lb.-......... -
MILK VEAL Maid o'Clover and Blanch
ROAST, 30c ard Butter 60
lb . ............. -.. .. . c lb . ................B . ... . 6
VEAL STEAK, 35c Fresh Eggs, the kind 95
lb. you can boil, 2 doz.
VEAL STEW, 2
Ib .. . ....................... 20 Eat Canteloupe Sunday
Fancy Large Melons 25C
SALT PIGS' FEET 1 2 for-a-e----2
CORNED BEEF, 5c Medium Size Melons 1Oc
lb.CORNED BEEF, 1 each......................
SALT PIGS, HEAD 171 STRAWBERRIES,
Ib.. . 171C 2 CHERRIES,
HAM HOCKS, 30 PEACHES AND PLUMS
KIDNEYS, 15c Watermelons, ripe and
Ib............................ 1sw eet
LIVER, 12 C Tomatoes, Cucumbers,
lb............. 2. Radish, Green Onions,
FRESH SPARERIBS 25c Spinach and Rhubarb.
Grape Fruit, Oranges and
1919 SPRING LAMB Bananas.
South Side Delivery, Saturday at 2 P. M.
Father Hannen, Guest of
Honor At Farewell Din
ner Given By Sheriff
O'Rourke. Sails June 27.
Sheriff John K. O'Rourke and
fMrs. O'Rourke last night gave a. din
ner at the Finlen hotel to Father
Hannen of St. Mary's. It was a fare
well party. Father Hannen left this
morning over the Milwaukee for a
visit for a brief time in Chicago, New
York and Boston, and take ship
about June 27 for the old land.
Father Hannen's father died last
;ummer, and left the old farm in
County Limerick to his son Michael.
Father Michael Hannen has served
n Butte for 14 years. HIi is entitled
'.o a vacation; and it is said he is
:ooking forward with greatest pleas
ure to this visit to the old sod.
As so often happens nowadays
a:iong any gathering of Irish blood
the party took on the nature of a
revolutionary junket before the eve
ning was over. Judge Lynch and
Attorney Totll WValker made eloqutent
pleas for Ireland's Independence.
Other patriots of the race spoke
briefly. The dominant and absorb
ing topic was the same-Irish free
''he guests were old and intimate
friendls of Father Hannen. They
were: Fathe r O'Malley, assistant to
Father ialnnen; '. S. Sullivan and
Mirs. Sullivan, Neal Ward and Mrs.
Ward. Judge Iynch and Mrs. Lynch,
Tom Walkert and lMrs. Walker, Frank
C. \\'alker and Mi s. Walker, James
JT. l('McCarthy ant Mrs. McCarthy. T.
J. O'Rnourke and Mrs. O'Rourke,
Hugh Dtaly and Mrs. IDaly, Roco Cam
pana and IMrs. ((tamipanai, John Mur
phy, George Nevin.
All lmemlnbers are requested to .t
tend numeeting Monday night, June1 16
Ilusiness of import ance. Special ol
lder of business 8:30 pi. im.
-Adv. J. it. COSTELLO. See
SEEKiS MISSING TWO.
Messages for two Butte persons
from relatives abroad are in the
keeping of the houme service section
of the Red Cross. The service has
e been unllble so far to locate the
whereabouts of the addresses and
asks the assistance of the public in
locating them. The messages are
addressed to Emil Wilso nand Amy
s ATTENTION, BOOSTERS.
Boosters' club No. 5 will have but
· ter, eggs and chickens at Miners'
hall, 101 South Idaho street. between
2 and 4 o'clock. Saturday afternoon.
- Bring your egg boxes or sacks. Join
t the Boosters and buy your eggs, but
k ter and chit.ýkens for 20 per cent less.
ARlIT EXHIIIIT OPEN.
t An interesting exhibit of practical
I. art work executed by students of the
high school is now open in the art
It rooms at the school and is attracting
y large crowds of spectators daily. The
n exhibit contains many examples of
exceptionally fine work.
IWO IJ UlI PATPIfTq
LEAVE FOR IRELANO
Well-Known Lovers of Jus- t
tice to Visit Native Land.
Both Leave Over Mil
Two well-known patriots of the
Irish race have left Butte this week
for the old sod. Both departed over
the Milwaukee. Both have been ac
tive workers in the cause of Irish in
dependence. Both, it is said, were
at one time menumbers of the Pearse
Connolly club of Butte.
Father Michael HI-annan of St.
Mary's church has talked from many
a rostrum for Ireland's cause. Jos
eph Kennedy, secretary of the In.
dustrial Workers of the World, No.
8(00, has been for years a fearless,
persistent worker in the cause ol
justice for the men of every race and
Both Father IIannan and Joseph
Kennedy have gone back to the old
land in which they were horn. They
left this week over the Milwaukee.
One Day Only
ONLY REAL WILD ANIMAL CIRCUS ON EARTH
2 Trains of Circus Wonders
600 PEOPLE - 550 HORSES
Lvery animal an actor. Every act as animal act
S MORE EDUCATED WILD BEASTS
e THAN ALL OTHER SHOWS COMBINED
s Most Sensational Wild Animal Act Extant
30 PERFORMING i 0
IN ONE GROUP
An Act Gorgeous
Su 0oANCING GIRLS
Mr. Barnes offers as an added
feature for the season
THE FAIRYLAND FANTASY
"Alice in Jungleland"
Glitterlng 2 Mile Oaa en Street Parad 10:30 . .m.
PIrformancsl 2 and 8 p. m. Doors Open 1 nd 7 p. m.
COME EAR LY
There is plenty to amuse and nstrtuc
g OI oaellourConcert by Barns'a40-PbnaMarlil lP
f Reserve seats on sale 9 a. m., show
day, Newbro l)rug. Co., 37 W. Park.
DOCTOR FAILS TO
Aged Mrs. Haviland Puts to
Rout Son and Witnesses
At Hearing. Is Given
At attempt by Dr. W. H. Haviland,
a prominent physician of Butte, to
have his aged mother committed to
Warm Springs asylum as an insane
person yesterday, failed, when a
commission of fellow doctors found
that there was nothing wrong with
Mrs. Haviland's mentality and re
fused to commit her. At the con
clusion of the hearing, Mrs. Havi
land was the center of an informal
reception tendered her by the spec
tators who had crowded the court
room and watched the efforts of her
son to have her declared incom
In his allegations before the sanity
commission, Dr. Haviland stated that
his mother would not remain at his
home, but insisted on working for
her living by sewing, although he
was well able to care for her. He
also alleged that his mother acted
queerly by relating mean stories
about him to others.
In her own behalf, Mrs. Haviland,
who is 83 years of age, asserted that
she had never said a mean word
against her son in her life. She said
she preferred to reside elsewhere
than in her son's home and stated
she was well able to care for her
self, despite her age.
Dr. J. H. Phillips told the com
mission that in his opinion Mrs.
Haviland was a remarkable woman,
both mentally and physically, for
one of her age. Other friends of
the aged woman testified similarly,
but one stated that in his opinion
some one should be named to look
after her interests.
The members of the sanity com
mission, however, were not im
pressed with any of the testimony
tending to show that Mrs. Haviland
was incompetent, either 'mentally and
physically and finally refused to is
sue any order. They not only
dropped the matter, but destroyed
the papers in the case and left no
trace of any record to show that Dr.
Haviland had sought to send his
mother to an insane asylum.
After she had been declared free
to go, Mrs. Haviland walked over to
the group which comprised her son
and those who had testified against
her, gravely shook hands with them
and then left the courtroom sur
rounded by friends.
The examining board comprised
Judge Lamb, Dr. W. C. Matthews
and Dr. M. C. Smetters.
ATTENTION, F, O. EAGLES
Notice is herchby given that on
Wednesday, the 18th day of June,
1919, between the hours of 9 o'clock
a. mn. and 9 o'clock p. mi., an election
will be held at Eagles' hall, Lewisohn
block, in the city of Butte, county of
Silver Bow, state of Montana, at
which said election the question of
the aerie accepting or rejecting the
building proposition submitted to the
aerie for the erection of an aerie
building at the southeast corner of
Main and Galena streets will be sub
mitted to the members of the aerie.
Members in good standing only are
entitled to vote. Bring your card.
-Adv. BUILDING COMMITTEE.
ATTENDS CLASS REUNION.
Dr. Peter Potter left last night
for Springfield. Mo., to attend the
twenty-fifth reunion of the class of
1894 of the Springfield high school,
of which he is a member. There are
39 members of the original class of
42 still living and it is expected that
all will be present at the reunion.
Chiropractic, the science the
human family has been seeking for
ages. It secures results after all
other systems have failed. It re
moves the cause of disease. J. D.
Long and B. W. Long, 126 Penn
sylvania building. Phone 4077-W.-
OVERLANO PLANT OPENS
WITH COURT PROTECTION
Toledo, June 13.--Under control
of a special officer appointed by the
federal court, the plant of the Willys
Overland company, which has been
closed for the last three weeks, be
cause of labor troubles, was reopened
this morning, by orders of the court.
The schedule for resumption of
business, as announced by the com
pany officials provided for the re
opening of 50 departments this morn
ing, 13 tomorrow and 19 on Monday.
OIL COMPANY HAS
OFFICE ON BROADWAY
The quarters formerly occupied by
the Success cafe, said to have been
the "smallest restaurant in the
world," at 10 East Broadway, are
now occupied by the Wyoming Ex
ploration company, a company with
holdings in various Wyoming oil
It is now literally true in New Jcr
scy, as in other states, that the only
ones who pay honest taxes on per
sonal property are the estates of de
cedents, widows and orphans, idiots
and incompetents.-New Jersey Tax
AT THE ANSONIA.
"The Spreading Evil" now running
at the Ansonia is an "educational"
picture, the value of which has been
greatly overestimated. We are some
what surprised that Secretary Dan
iels should be so enthusiastic over a
screen play of such small educational
value. It seems to be more devoted
to anti-German than to anti-disease
propaganda. What is the object in
this, now that Prussian militarism
has been crushed? Is it to crea.le
sentiment which can be used against
the toiling classes who are soon to
rule Central Europe?
A German scientist discovers a spe
cific which is the only cure known
for the worst form of venereal dis
ease. He sells the exclusive sales
rights to a fellow countryman who
controls a large chain of drug stores
in America, keeping the formula se
cret, in spite of the protest of his
friends that it belongs to the world.
His son goes to America to look
after the business, and shortly after
the English blockade prevents Amer
ica from getting any more of the
much needed cure. The son is later
exposed to the disease by a poor, des
perate girl, an artist's model who, in
her extreme poverty, has been con
taminated by her dissolute employ
The supply of the specific in Amer
ica is exhausted and the desperate
father, learning of his son's condi
tion, attempts to come to America by
submarine. The son sees his last
hope vanish as the boat is mined near
the shore and drowns himself. The
unscrupulous exploitation of human
ity by capitalism is strongly shown,
but otherwise the picture, not being
the first of its type, has little value
as a barrier against the "backwash
The orchestra delighted lovers of
good music by its artistic playing of
selections from "Tannhauser."
$100 reward will be paid to any
one proving we do not put in the
best main spring for $1. Mayer, 37
North Main street.-Adv.
A letter is awaiting George And
riotes at the Butte police station. The
letter from Brooklyn, N. Y., requests
that a search be made in hospitals.
Andriotes was not found in any of the
Judge Lamb yesterday gave Alice
M. Holden a divorce from John P.
Holden. The grounds were incom
patibility of temper. The alimony
part of the suit was settled out of
There is nothing worse than bad,
foul-smelling breath; get rid of it
for your friend's sake, anyway. Hol
lister's Rocky. Mountain Tea will
clean and purify your stomach and
bowels; your breath will be sweet,
your disposition improved, your
friends increased. 35c tea or tab
M. Duncan. W. T. Barnacle, Wil
liam Rivens, H. M. Judson, J. C. E.
Barker and D. Dorris were Great
Falls business visitors who arrived
on the evening train last night.
Miss Clara Huffman has arrived
from New York, where she spent the
last year in piano study under noted
instructors. She will remain for the
summer with her mother, Mrs. Marie
Huffman of the Kenwood.
You can't cover blackheads, pim
ples, red spots on the face with
powder, they're bound to be seen
don't worry or spoil your temper,
take Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea each week-t'will banish them
through the blood, the only sure
Owing to the absence from the
city of its president and vice presi
dent, the Butte Woman's Christian
Temperance Union will not hold ite
usual weekly meeting today.
Judge Lamb yesterday gave judg
ment by default in favor of John
Cleary against. Frank Osterman for
$450, the amount sued for.
Pat O'Connor, W. A. Brown, Fred
R. Angevine, J. Meriam and Miss
Alice Holm were Missoula visitors in
town last night.
Dr. C. M. Eddy, dentist, 204-205
Pennsylvania block. Phone 4035-W.
Joseph Page has started suit
against Cora Page to settle title to
a lot in the Noyes & Upton addition
R. E. Theinhardt and George E.
Doll of Helena were over from the
capital yesterday on a short business
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Keown of Boze
man were over from the Gallatin
valley on a short visit yesterday.
H. P. Bennett anii W. W. Francie
of Wisdom were in from the Big Hole
basin yesterday for a few days.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. H. Crostby,
227 Anaconda road, June 11, a
Born to Mr. and Mrs. L. Works,
612 East Second street, June 8, a
Mrs. J. H. Schultz of Hall is visit
ing from Granite county at the Butte.
Washington Market. Ground bone,
7 pounds for 25c.-Adv.
PIPEFITTERS, No. 710.
-Special meeting, business of im
portance, Fridya, June 13, at 7:30
p. m., K. of C. hall.
Pounds of Ice
S. & H. Green Trading Stamps
with all cash purchases
and first payment on time
purchases. Shiners, the
only furniture store that
gives stamps with pur
taken at par in exchange
FOR LESS ON
EASIEST OF TERMS
This is the best place in town
for you to trade. The LARG
EST STOCK and the LOWEST
A Square Deal
I Appreciate Your Trade
Palace Clothing and
58-55 EAST PARK ST.
508 WEST PARK ST.
Guaranteed spuds, $2 025
per cw t..............-.. -
314 North Main St.
Cigars, Tobaccos and
FINE LINE OF LUNCH GOODS
Soft Drinks and
Give me a call and you will
112 W. PARK STREET
WHY GO UP TOWN ?
We carry a full line of grocer
ies, vegetables and fruits in
Phone 242 1204 E. tad St.