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Attention, I. W. W. No. 800.
Regular business meeting of Butte
branch of Metal Mine Workers' In
dustrial union. No. 800, tonight, at
8 p. m., at 318 N. Wyoming street.
Business of importance.
AT TIlHE IIALTO.
We are glad to see that I). \V.
Griffith, in "The Greatest Thing in
Life," seIems to be trying to atone for
some of his foirmer hate-pictures.
Perhaps he realizes now, that "The
j Birth of a Nation" contained little
tihat was noble and constrluctive. all
that lluch of the blood of Iboth while
Sanid black men (shed in recent race
l riots) is upon his hands as ai resull
pof that plicture.
) The story is oif a youlg gill.
whose father (a native of Praunce)
Sr'nns a little book shop in Greenwich
) village. She is anl ideal dreamller and
in lier dreami-hero hains comllbined all
tlhe virtues and eliminated all the
Svices of limankind. This character is
admirably portrayed by Lillian Gish.
wliho is seen at her very zenith ill tilis
A younlg, egotistical, leisure-class
bachelor is seen frequently in teli
store and she inlllediately robes hlimll
in the imantle of her hero. lint findtls,
as I!sual, that it is a poor fit.
She and hier faltller reIturn to his
hionie in France andl ire living in it
little village on the Mla'n when the
great war blireaks out.. Three years
later the Amernicans aplpear tandi the
younglt aristocrat is stationled near'
the village. In the melee which
follows he intls hiiiiself in a shell
hole with a negro soldier fIroni nii
other regilllent. I-e has always dle
slised his tblack brothers in the
great, famllily of lhumalln kind, tbut Ilow
when lie finds his canlteel empllllty, is
glad to astcep the offered drlilnk
firom tfile other. He learns the true
lesson of brotherhood a few mo
tiientts later wlhen the negro is shoti
andtl dies in his arms.
T'he usual melodralllllalltic scene
follows. The village is recaptlured
fromn the Germlans .onld the two
young peoplle are united again. The
yollung niaii (Iplayed by Robhert HarI
roll I ha-t learned imuch froml his
hardsthips andl again apliproaches the
The remnaurkable thing about the
picture is that it se(oms not to teachl
hatred of people so miuchl as lhatred
of war and militarisil. This fact,
along with the fine spirit of human
ity whicth Ipervades her story makes
it one of real value.
Athol Litiy's orchestra pleased Ihe
audlience wilth mlany fille selections,
a tuolg them, WVagner's "ltienzi'
"'Thie M nl -lulltel," ill which V'il
lihta IFarnun stars, is a big, red
blooded tale of adventulre and love
of th(ie ind which mliost suits the
fa:ious screin heri'o.
Robbed, rl'uilned and sent (to prison
by a formi'ier friernd, lie emeriiges froi'll
tie gray walls at lihe enid of his sei
tencr'e with one all-consiilulilg
th oughtl- ..r evenge.
Ilts malefactor ill (110 noeantiiime
has ropllosedl to aI youiig womanll alld,
ireceivinitg no definite answer, follows
her on a trip abroad. anld the r(e
vengeful one, who has hoen working
at tie docli.s, stows away ill the hold
of the shlip to follow his intelded
'The shliip is wrekedtl andti I 11e thr(ee
a'e wviil ed ashore on ;ill uninhabited
island (not Ialtog therl a (new idctl)
and Ithere the girl learns which of
the two is the (tI'l( m 1an. The!ir hos
tility, for liei sake, is waived foir thlie
time, bul primllitivo instincts as lert
themselves ill the former' "society
lima." itnd the ex-convict, findinlg the
girl struggling in tlhe other's allms.
kills hiini. The samet lay they are
rescued from the island niitd here we
Iteave the rest to the imlaginationi of
houlllgh not a pictur'e of aniy great
valueit . eilthei'r ill artistic oi'l moral
sense, thie "alan hunlltel'r" shows the
Ithinniess otf te vencer of mllodern
civilizatiol, and with the excellent
lcharacter portrayal''yts, ilmake's ii good
I' ii 'Cil tiii 0i1',
11, NTG, (Eh.
'I'lis w(eelk's "P ll" hill i \vwithout
a single w\eilk number. and is the
best ,.eel at lthe BIroaldway lfor sotim
Lin1son Sitnn's Orchesltr' pe'ns
the iill wilthe "11 \iAmerican Ieautity'
march and Toiani's "ia laalladora,"
w lhich they play iii their inimiitau ble
I)Dorsch anlld Rullssell. ill "The ilusi
cal Railroaders,.' lipresen ilt ani it
wlhich, thoiugh a niiovelty also sranilks
highl froitii a imuisicial stanlldoint. The
piccolo anildl fluteii( solos were particu
larly col) lnieiii dable.
Thie three dtuistiy imaids f'romi Pan
hina (wsle. by the way, are not ill
the least hair to look alt Illeasetl
the audience with their hlint'ioy and
syiincopated singing. The soloist
Iro\ved to be a ctontralto of talent,
untrainelltd as she is.
The litltle sceneit "Iler ('ane lMan"
was pleasingly presented by ('hisholht
antid Ireen. The conversationl be
tween the city girl andt the coulitry
Ialt was nolil t without some crtle
'hi'e Ileiroihs "Paunltominie Novel
ly" is a cont ortinllist act of quality.
III'h height of ithe gr'otlti'scilu is seeim
ingly ltl;ineld by the trio.
Malil e Fitzgibbolius is aiii 'iOtertain
er of worth, ther stories flowing in
all llilco:silg stream front c, urtain to
curtain. i\e also commellllltnd lier flor
the fuil that her stories were both
refined aind original.
"'T'he Kremlin of Mohscow" is a
Russian lusical acti \well \worthXl se.
ing. Thei' starge siettillgs are as pleas
inig to the eye ias the slavish nielodies
are tli the al'. 'he l. lellllers m of the
company are aIl ll Vocalists alnd inslru
nlentalists of siome ability, the direc
tor being a solo violinist.
Their interpretaltion of IRussian
songs and folki-dances is as classic as
we could expt't in vaudeville.
SEVEN BURNED TO DEATH
IN FIRE IN MONTREAL
(Special United Press Wire.)
Montreal, Aug. 11.---Seven bodies,
charred beyond recognition, are at
the morgue following last night's
fire at Dominion park, an aniuse
t ment resort. It is believed the vie
tins are three men, three women
and one small boy. A cigarette stub
is believed to have started the blaze.
Special meeting will be held at K.
P. hall, Monday evening, Aug. 11,
1919, at 7:30 o'clock. Business of
importance. 4 -
J. F. O'Brien, Business Agent.
DECRIES LACK IOF
Visiting Tobacco Man Says
Union People Should Al
ways Purchase Union
"TIhro1igh the failure of union men111
an.d womiiiin of Ithe Uniiited States to
insist 1)1011 tih' union label oin cvery
thing they pIur'chase, Ihy are work
ing an incalcuilable injury to the
cause of solidlarity amluontg the work
ers and at the sil00e time are mate
rially assisting the enemoies of labor,"
according to W\. J. Wetir, relpresenta
tive of tlle l'nited Lahbled Tobacco
comnpaniy of R:ichmllond, Va., who is in
"Practtically every arlticle that may
be needed by )1y yworkmlian or workl
WOmlant can be puhal''sed witl ai la
bel on it," said \IIr. Weir, "but too
often the wolrkmani or work womlalln
walks into a store, asks foLr the ar'
tic!e desiredl, pays for it and walks
outl with never I thouilght as to
whetlhr (the article is the product
of union lablor or 'scub' labor.
"T'akl e for illstilnce, tobacco." he'
said, "for 1 ain initerested in tobac
co. I stood illn several cigar sItolre
an11 noted the custonmers who cai.ie
in. The great lnajority of the pur
chasers wltre evidently workiingmen, i
most likely nlembers of one tlunion or
anotlter, butt out of the dozens I
watched pI'nrchnasw tobaclco lproducts
this morninlg. I foiund not on(, who
inquired for a union-mad'i, cigar, u n
ioll-lllade tobacco, or cigarette. or
who looked at his lipurcllase to see if
it bore the union label. I have no
doubt 1ihat the silitation is the santo
with lrefe'rnce lto everything else,
overalls, clothinig, orl anythling else
th;t is bought."
i'lr. Weir' declared Ihe was slurprised
to find so little illntrest in the uni
ion label in Butte, hlicll, ihe said,
is ]lknown fron(t onIe e.ld of the colun
try to the oltier as a "unionil town'."
AlIt'. Weir, who iears credentitals
'from the T'lobaccco VWorkers' Internllt
(ioial llnioll, is in BIutto ill the in
tLroest of his fiirm, lihe United [Lieled
Tobacco coill)anilly of lic'ltillllOld, mall
ufacturell s of Idle Ilouir cigulettes
and eEpicure smokling tfobacco, bothl
of which proitducts be the union
MOiHIS RETUR S FFI8M
EASTERN BUYING JOUN[E
Buy Your Clothing Now, as
Prices Are Gradually
Mr. Max Morris hals just returned
lfrontll a tlengthy usi, css trip through
the East. stopping at Chicago, New
York and all large cities.
Ile repolrts a serious labor short
lage ill the leadilng nanulfacturing
cenlters. (lulting dhwii the inimigra
tion0 has takten away the cvhief source
of supplllhy, nild as tl result, labor is
sclarce alnd is being paid all extracol'
dinarily high rate.
The Inall.tuf(ctIurers are1 betweeln
two fires- the labor situationl and
the sho'rtage f ma terials. The
woolenlll mills ilve underrodtuced
abolut i1 per t cent, while the demand
tfor fhlrics has increasedl almost 100)
per cent. The result is that the
clothing pricest have advanced, andt
will continue to ladvance. The ill
dicatlions are that a suit now costing
$6)) will be sellin'g for $810 by spring.
lr. Morris says that he lha; taken
grl'eat care to protect l Iis custolllrs
fromi this shortagt o tby caretfully
studying thie imrket and by going
himself to the leading cl( thing conl
t .s and ii buying ill good luantities
all high-gri ade silh and wooil nix
lltres, lit h 1n i)toe qual ity as he has
sulpplied hits cllisltoiiers with for thei
last 2) yearois, at, 'llrrtl'ent prices.
''The hst inllvestmllen.l i person can
make tllt\ is to buty two or t hlee
suits t rt tre itii. Ili self against i hio
comintg .holritage atnd high prices. The
iail who ti ?ls t a st it of clothles today
w at h t \\it 1 i bligeid to pay, later
s itc lig blle 'lt s, of Max
+Io rll'lis ;:: . ln \tve disla ! 'i. t ellld 1 elnS
t er in all i to ts 21) yeai rs f ai' d it
iig, aidil lia la lwal ys giiin tt i bte 1st
valitis for less lttmtony.
M1r. 1torris has heen ltt x o
l)trlotariig to sterv hi, trudi l vi
low\\st obtainaile Iprices. lHe is noit
reatdy to greet his old cuIIs;tio rs andt
to !ilnt llnew onIes by saving every
one t.a $10 bt ill (r imore ot tailoritng
orders. Now is I tl( tinie to pltce
youttt totter. TIl pilace is at Ihit I slhi
riell Tailoring ---I1t old reliable inilor
lug houset tl Iti' h lO ' of the bitiggest
h rl'guins i tl Il( n llo ey-sllling V>" lutri.ll
Less prite - Ioret quality.-- Advt.
Bulletin Want Ads Get
Result. Phone 52.
is the time to exchange
RIGHT NOW Bonds fo fifaty
your fifty-dollar Liberty
Bonds for fifty dollars
worth of stock in the
Butte Daily Bulletin. The
fight for liberty, democracy, and all those beautiful things
the statesmen have been mouthing about, has not been
won "over here," and if you are interested in aiding
in the fight, an investment in the FREE PRESS
is the most effective assistance you can render.
To all members affiliated with the
State Metal Trades Council.
At a meeting of the Metal Trades Executive
Board, held in Butte, Sunday, August 10, 1919,
the following motion was put:
Moved and seconded: That we call Strike
Tuesday, August 12, 1919, at noon. Carried.
Signed: J. F. O'BRIEN, Pres.
To All Members of Butte Metal Trades Council:
You will please abide by above and walk off job
at noon Tuesday, Aug. 12, 1919.
(Signed) J. F. O'BRIEN, Pres.
J. F. BUCKLEY, Sec.
HERE THEY ARE
The following Inliontl so far
hlavO iaken ation, (donllaling Ion
e}', or le. vying a l nti i llll a.s s
nl(1ent to supllort (lh l.lutte Daily
('olks and Vaniters.
Itubb1er and Tire 1or(l3s.
Theatrical stage i:nmployes.
W Vorkinginen's union.
Special meeting of the Black
smit.hs and olhpers, Tuesday aft'r
1noon11, at o'clock( , Aug. 12. 1.919.
at Carpenters' hall.
By order of
G0O. M1.\('IKEINZII,, 'ro.s.
El.). A. IAVIS, Secrely. -- -Adv.
WilK OHESS C0SNEY
AliESSEO S WORMERS
Was Speaker of the Day at
I. W. W. Picnic. John
Korai L-.:..D Talked.
The pi(' i :,." :,i. of
il 'e Fi 'ii , ..,,
lark Ma "" ,
tended. 'ih , .
lots to eat and a i , ' l ,
A Iu1" '1rge 1 h'3 ( .
by the u e t |u.'ke . ilio t
scription. This will go to he .': .
ofl c;ls writ" prI'istoners.
31lass sillnging wtaS It 'featll'e f lt'he
1rogrin. The lhuge c:rowd fell intlo
the slpirit of the occasion anld u1p
Iearedtl to enjoy the singing inllnellse
Amongll the speakelrs ho h addrlss
ed the galther'ing were John Korlpi,
Paul L ung3urd1. Dirs. Nienli, C. W.
Sellars of Sat ILake City anlid Coun
ty ('colllmis:ionecr 13yron L. Coonley.
.Mr. Cooney matde a hit with the
I'elow wor'ke'rs. -le was genlerously
applauded1 . Ile will be asked to spouek
FIVE MEN KILLED
AND FOURTEEN INJURED
( 'ial United Press Wire.)
ool ('Colb,:3rne, Ont., Aug. 11.
3i33' ti i are rel' rt'31 ed killed and 14
injured il1 an explosion which par
tially r\\3!ecked the giovc'rlli lent grail)
et'val ,t ' here''. 1".F on0, ot1er's are'
sai1] 13to h 3e mlissing. -A g'rain barge
I lyinI :i3iig side of 1the elevator was1'33
pr'cti ' ! ly ' wr'ecked. Cacuse of the1
SexpIIo is uL knowlll ll.
Phone 52 If You Want tc
Rent That Furnished House
i - - - _- .. . . . . -
M'CARTHY, BRYANT & CO.
a117-:3ti E. I'ar'k Phone 1011
3.3c ! i3, u. , 1(, 1....7. , $1 andl $1.25
' I,, laundry so lp..........$1.01)
\V :..(ilng piowder. 3.5 pkg. ...253r
n 1. I. J. . or Vhite House
. . . ........... .. $2.(i3
;1 I 1)a Day coffe' ... $1.15
33est and C(nreantI flour
less than cost price.
-I. i stralwbetrry ianld rasIp
,3rry jolly (worlth $1.S85) inow
.; . ( ,1 . . . .... . ................. $15. 0
l I, ll.:. sugar with $3 order. $1.00
1,l tars \ 1hi3' lt orax soa3 p.. $ 1.0O
1 .: doztII ..-....... .-- 5 .
John J. McCarthy, Prop.
S.\Y 'YOU' SAWV IT IN IIU'I[.ETIN
An overland party arri\ng yester
day en route to the Montana parks
were Mr. anld Mrs. J. H. Hudson of
Houghton, Mich., '. I). Bishop of
Grand Rapids and Lieutenant Dishlop
H. P. Rics of 1422 Dewey boule
vard was taken to St. James hos
pital last evening where he will
undergo an operation for cancer of
the stomnch at 1 1 o'clock this imorn
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Andrus of l)il
lon and Mr. and Mrs. George Shaw,
Charles Franks, Charles U (ff and
). J., Stephens of .Wis\dom wore
visitors in Butte yesterday.
Henry RIt. Clernour, Villi ut Coul
ter, 1. W. Krametr. Mr. and Mrs.
John Ii. Daily and Mr. and Mre. Will
Nieubauelr were among the Sund ay
guests front Missoula.
W. F. Wills is a visitor in the city
froIt his ranch near iijamlilion. 'IHe
reptorts that crops are good in the
Bitter Root section.
$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.
llclhnvilh' were down Sunday fr'om
tih Blackfoot valley for a 1short stay
ia the city.
teorgn E. D)indlii anlld soiln and
i5 1 Alice Wilson visited in the city
.or Sunday froni White S'lphuli:
Mr. and Mj'is. K. T. a;rtkell and
Earl lialrrisoil were in tljln yester
day for a tweek-end visit from Silverc
. ,V. McKay and WV. Young werc
\Vhite Sulplhur Springs business imen
who were in Butte Sunday.
iMrs. O. Maynard and Ilrs. A.
itorehus of Anaconda visited friends
in Butte over the week end.
1'. McKinney and Clark BM cKiney
i and Fred Sherwinl were ulp If oliil 1he
S.almon basin yesterday.
George E. Patton of Whitehall and
Mr. and Mrs. WV. Bennett of Divide
were week-end guests.
Martin Boyer and sister of Mel
rose and A. P'. Hughes of Dillon were
arrivals last evening.
Dr. C. M. Eddy, dentist, 204-20b
Pennsylvania block. Phone 4035-W
MIr.'and Mrs. E. F. Trasler and
George Lemming of Missoula spent
Snuday ill Butte.
WV. P. Franklin and Alis-s Lillian
Scrogan of Big Tinber were arrivals
MIr. and Mrs. H. Ii. Anderson
visited friends in the city yesterday
Mliss lilta Ray is visiting in the
city for a few days, registering fronl
Washington Market. Ground bone
7 pounds for 25c.-Adv.
J.1. I. lisholp was a late arrival
yesterday froml Billings.
Iuttih Innice antl Geraldine Flaker
of I)illoin pelt Sunday in Butte.
Mrs. W. Ii. Falls of Twin IBridgest
visited ill town over Slnda y.
31. E. 31ulkey of Billings was a
E. J. Mclcod is over from Mis
HI. VWelch is a visitor from Idaho
A. 0. H.AUXILIA
Mrs. Mary McWhorter Re
turns Home After Enjoy
able Visit With Butte La
dies-To Return Jan. 1.
With a large crowd of friends and
admirers at the depot to bid her
good-bye, Mrs. Mary McWhorter, na
tional president of the Ladies' auxil
iary of the Ancient Order of Hiber
nians, departed yesterday for Chi
cago, after a visit of several days in
Butte. In addition to the members
of the auxiliary who were at the de
pot, there was also a large delega
tion from the Friends of Irish Free
During her stay in Butte, Mrs.
McWhorter was royally entertained
by the ladies of the two chapters in
Butte, under the capable direction
of Mrs. Margaret Connell and Mrs.
Mamie iMlalh, county officers, with
committees from both divisions.
The crowning event in Mrs. Mc
Whorter's entertainment in Butte
was the banquet tendered in her hon
or at the Finlen hotel Saturday
night. Between 200 and 300 persons
attended and were well repaid by the
interesting address given by the
guest of honor on the subject of Irish
Independence. Mlrs. McWhorter is
an orator of ability and has a keen
and comprehensive grasp on the Irish
Mrs. McWhorter expects to leave
Chicago early in the new year for
an official visit to every chapter of
the Ladies' auxiliary in the west.
Upon that occasion it is expected she
will again visit Butte.
SHIULOD BOIL IWATER
USED FOR DRINKINC
A warning to boil all water used
for drinking purposes is made in the
following statement by i)r. E. II.
Grigg, city physician:
"This past week two cases of ty
phoid fever developed in Silver Bow
county; one in Butte, and one in
Walkerville. The city health office
immediately took steps to get at the
source of infection. The city water
was tested in three different parts of
the city, and in each case was found
free from polution, and was far
above the stanldard. The next move
was to sample water in the hills
around Butte, and to late the three
samples collected, two in Brown's
gulch and one in Hail Columbia
gulch, show contamination with at
possibility of typhoid fever to those
"All water should be boiled before
drinking, especially on picnic parties
and outings of any character.
"'The health office was indeed
pleased to find the city's water of
such a good grade and free from
"W\herever the citizens of Butte
go on outings, be careful and boil
your drinking water-safety first."
OF S, F, B, A COMNIN_
Beginning next Thursday and last
ing four days, Butte will be the
scene of the national convention of
the Swedish-Finnish Benevolent Aid
society, an organization with mnn
bers in many of the states of the
union, particularly in the east and
on the Pacific coast.
The sessions of the convention
will be held in S. F. T. hall, 627
East Galena street. During each of
Ihe four days the morlnines and
afternoons will be taken up with
businss sessions, while the evenings
will be devoted to entertainment.
The national officers of the soci
ety, all of whom will be in attend
ance, are John Beck of Barga, Mich.,
national president; John S. Back of
Escanaba, Mich.. national secretary;
Andrew Ostrand of Crystall Falls,
Mich.. national treasurer; Pastor
Edwards of Menominee, Wis., na
tional chaplain; Mrs. Mary Newman
of Butte, national marshal, and A.
Pearson, national advocate.
"HOC RANCH'S" BOOZE
G0ES TO W91L TODAY
Twenty-three barrels of Rainier
beer anld 60 cases of Centennial beer,
together with a considerable nulllber
of odd bottles are to be destroyed
this afternoon by order of Judge
Lamb. This stulff was seized by the
sheriff's office several weeks ago
at the "eHog Rtallch," which is
owned andt opelated by Mrs. Mary
'The hearing of any claims for the
seized liquor came up regularly this
morning before Judge Lamb. Mrs.
Fitzpatrick failed to show, and her
goods have been ordered destroyed
by reason of her default.
Mrs. Fitzpatrick was charged
Saturday with aiding and abetting
the crime of rape. She is out of jail
at present on a $3,000 bond.
REPORT OF PERSHING'S
RETURN NOT CONFIRMED
(Special United Press Wire.)
Washington, Aug. 11.-The un
official reports from Paris that Gen
eral Pershing had been suddenly
called home were not confirmed. At
the war department, it was stated
officially t hat neither Secretary
Maker or Chief of Staff March had
heard of the Drp~oled recall.
-l! e Lsee a.ss -ll ,
f Furniture Store
Your Credit is
Swith all cash purchases
- and first payment on time
purchases. Shiners, the
only furniture store that
gives stamps with pur
Liberty Bonds I
taken at par in exchanges
for merchandise. ,
FOR LESS ON
EASIEST OF TERMS.
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7 S. MAIN ST.
A soul('e of prile to l) I
hal py p)rsesSOir tile sli cs
Such as ou1s.
Iii solihoes that are riglhtly
unlule, I'ron properly sea
s',ncil lcatl her', . ll Illcy
w\'ill ot\\ear the orlinary
kitiU sc\n ral a fol.
YOU COME BUT ONCE
TO COME AGAIN.
Our shoes hiol Itheiir
shaIpes 1to teic last, and \\we
lit vtu iregard llcss rri' Ilio
difl'tuiriliios of the ifol.
SHOES FOR WORK.
Howard & Foster shoes
Walton shoes for the
boys and girls.
The One-Price Shoe Store
43 E. PARK.
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Jacques Drug Co.I
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
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112 W. PARK STREET
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314 North Main St.
Cigars, Tobaccos and
FINE LINE OF LUNCH GOODS
Soft Drinks and
Give me a call and you will
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Try our steam baths. They keep
you clean and healthy.
504 E. Broadway Phone 5638-W
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