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SPEC I MEMBERSHIlP _MEETING
SUNDAY AFTERNOON, AUG. 24, 2p.m.
FINNISH WORKERS' ALL, 318 N. Wyom
F1 * NNIS H ing Street
TO TAKE ACTION ON CALL ISSUED BY METAL TRADES STRIKE COMMITTEE
THE PLACE TO SAY WHAT YOU THINK IS AT THIS MEETING. BRING YOUR CARDS
Metal Mine Workers' Industrial Union No. 800, I. W. W. Nick Radivoeff Sec'y Butte Branch
TWO BIG PIANO
FISCHER ............ $60.00
A Splendid P'racice Piano.
ESTEY .......... ...$225.00
Good as New.
tHOWARD MiUSIC CO.
213 No. Mlain St.
8AY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
FOR SALE AT ALL
GROCERS AND AT
107 N. MONTANA ST.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
It' 8 no use trying to shame with
a dull razor. I will shlarinl, your
razor right for 50c. Try it before
108 EAST GILINITE, ST'IE'
SAY YOU SA\V IT IN Blt'I,LTIN
RAFIS I BROS.
igt N.L P'A IIK nST
TAILOIIS I'FOJ MEN
* lino Suits to Order.
* : ita fine line of unlcalled
fSAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLI'TIN
ITHOMAS E. JOYCE
PIANO TUNER AND ItEPAIRElt
Headquarters, Hint Piano Co.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN lI ULL T IN
THE FAMOUS CAFE
124? E. Park St.
First-Class Meal; at Reason
able prices. Opet n Day and
316 East Park, Anaconda,
tPool, Ice cream, soft drinks of all
kinds, good assortment of cigars,
cigarettes, tobacco and candy.
'ITHlt']lIE .1IiI A : IAI'1\V' AIXl'l,]'
TiONA! IL IA.\l(; I NIS
in the new lin,.. E(,e iif you don 'I
need a nýiw suit right nllo .
I lall depo:Zii Wi ll rescrve on of'
those for you. ('Coust qulik .
E. ZAHIl,, TAllII , 50-I \V. Park
(Capt. 31. .\. MIt. with MrsŽ . ,ltli
of Lo: .\ n, arrived last nighll,
IIia a ut m ll ().)i](. n id w ill rest a l v.
lay:: ill t ll > irfore )'O ,1oc 1.t ling It
hor 1'. Il01w.loneý parku".
G(o to WVoody-l)oull l)rug comlpainy
for all your adrugs. lteiemll]lr
\Voodruftf's; Il1aduche Special and
ttlllimeliiadi( I iver Pills, 32 Soultth
Alain.- - Adv.
lMr. l MAl'rs .. \V. Listcr 1'itied
f'ri'. ds in tllIh cit l y-sll'eri iiv rom
tll litt'r !trool. il i eoy, registlril"
r101,1 M'is.;nao l at.
( reat r 1 Is isilor'; . st erday in
cludi!i d \Villiao, Llw1.' ne . AV'. A. MoI'
1i011o 1 llu . 1.,. 1 lla i g ll (1
$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.
11l(101 ;arri' ;lb] y',t"t.n'lay werc 11.
IL. .tl'rinton. "\\'. W\. Ilic'lliards and
\li:s I ' 'rViI 1 .. ( 1r t ln. l
II 1). I iclird~ls and 1) P. Iisoneor
of Mlis,-o lu w,?!'re 1rnl' s on Ihc'
Mr. an.d MIr';. (]cG r;; 1). Ot ler of
Nt i IIbu"1 i ',' 5111111 d i g ;I 'eW lIays ill
Dr. C. M. Eddy, dentist, 204-2A,
Pennsytvania block. Phone 4035-W.
\V'. W . 11ichartds ;ald I. C. (ilOrIn
I, f Hl n(. ; ( ';t ll, o u r 1l Iilt i1 .
,I. It. I liii its.Oll Iol" lIclililin l itS
illO01l tlhl arf il0i1 last aight,
.1. A\. 'l'(ill '10ll 1V115 a; guest It
11i lil fl roi' l I l,'\ ;1.P1\ I.
T. I1. Kenlinledyg of 11ll1igs wa5s ati
l'rl)ial la. L ii ,ht .
Washington Market. Ground bone.
7 pounds for 25c.--Adv.
Mrs. lhiry Frost i, \isitinig fnimu
Al. Tu''yor is gu,:d from liril' 1 ,
WHEIICH I FRCES IN
CEBMAMY AFTER SEPT, 1
t ;p gial 1" ie 'Ii's W in
\V'aill I ! ( in. l':l.'ll . 23. llll.?. , ' calt
Pesingie lii \t Iitscb d ith ~tsar tpi .
1Vi' l a i i'i (.il ' t h I i its t 'i 'it w il
fos itlt et (IlN itiii lme ica ot i es i nitij
tvtI hiI titýý it l l Ii tI 1, . liiieltilsl n I
ii, i ltUit ( u liii ltiti t I'ii l it a 'tllery,
ii ici tin1 it 'I'i'.~-8G
OFFICEGS ELECTED FOB
THE ENSUING YEAR
Women's Christian Temper
ance Union Has Interest
T'i WVomnan's Chri:.ran Tempe'r
a tncc ulliion elected iti offie.-'rs for'
lh (' ensuing year at a met' ing of Ili?,
th, (Good Templars' hall. 215 North
laim street, as follows:
Presiiti tl, .Ars. A. I. I i'radxdhaw.'
'e-c(lctedI : vicc--lpresl n.id ,ls. rs. L
- iiyes, re-. cI ted ; i'recl'lding sgcirl
I tiry, Mrs. WV. K. \\a'd, re-clected;
'cor'responding serta ii'nv, 'irs. -i. T.
xSwxauson, re-ei:licti'd for the fourth
'ear:; i t Sul'oi , Aisl . I'. IU. Jone , r1
elheeeid for the third yelar.
The follow'i ing delgatiles were
elected to tilt: stat coi .ltlion of thei
orgaiill li n tiil Lewic own: The
pre'sident. Mrs. Ira.l:dsiaw; d leigate
ut-large, Mr \. 6K. iw'ard, Mr-.
WV. E i. Ciurrah, Mrs. P. . Jones, .lrs
I'lara \W'are and l[rs. lHenry l'. .
A birt llviy pariy will be given hby
tI' . oci'lety Thu 'rsday evenilng, Sept..
-1. illn the Good Tenpla -' hi ali, i \hi en
,o et, of the i, ,. ladent of the city
will 'ap ar On the JrO ram ll.
The following ciomiittei on i
'li'ge'ents o ti"he enl ertainii i'
was atppointed: MArs. ('urrllra , .,ls.
I ltierl C '. Logan)IIi , ll's. J ne Poorl (
and Alro. Jones.
. t inlte"r.ti-ng t: lkt 1 "T lhe l i
tare Work of the WVomonil's Christian
'T't.mtperance Inion" w';t given by
M r .: :I. \ (, iger.
The Inion tolcd to tt rve rI' i''esh-!
ltenis ut. al 1 it: Ill ct tings.
The hIosirres were :\irs. \\illiam
lh lch. Mrs. Anna Klthons ant Mrs.
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PITTSBURG l lDL SEEKS
iOMANBE IN THE WEST
Apparently firm in her hlit-' that
ill westerners arIc of the type oolll
t!tnlyV St:n lt trll tayedl in Itlhe lovies,
r of the kitd iort raytd in fliction,
ii lonesome, r iitltih Pilhts 'urg girl
has writtten to thief of Police .AItlur
phy in :n f for'l lt toi have the chiefl
iat ais C piid t ol a i t liet ' ii ltes iternrit
Ifor li sballit . The l ittsl. g giril's
hlhter i•is s follows:
"l'torlgie illy Ib( eitlg so hold, lui t 1
Iart n il o t it i 'a o ti-rite to titd ton
art, the oI lly mullil who c:ill hl80 ) Ilt'.
"l 1 i yolng lady I - years old.
li\i gll in I( l0 h t':i i of Pittsh lll g, allt
\lnys di ll cil oI f the' iest i.- d its
dla ing. ro-llit I Ic petolel . If tyo
mlitV' 11 i 1 h oo - he i 'illsIluig yol
lml rl ize \ht it is lik andt
1'11i simply d inyl to get acn luainltd
with SI one l ' i( n the dear(itl old
hal'ndd thilr l: te ti l ne ii en eyoungt
a td W itt il I n I i t i
1. 1 Lt' yit lllg ll1i ll i llt intil, in
h ,e lhis lphlit:tr ih aind full do
scr, i ''i 1pn. If itiblet , object i latR i-i
BELGIANS HONOR MAIRTYRS
(ly l' iteil P'ress.
llintl . i lelgitum A . ug
found religious and civil cet' :;tt'iti "
witre held Ihere i t1dti in eultitiietutlu -
lion of (ii t) illtn hitaltit s of this l ntow l
thio were shll ly tihet (eornlianti five
fears ago idlay. ii t h]lir march across
ielgium. 'Paull Ihe"ehanel, presidt..l
of ll t I ' -tl t li - uha -luihte-r of deptlulith,.
delivered a speitech lttuding the pi't
played liy ",--lgtlttt in sa ing it. lil
world. Large crowds uithered to liear
the conseratllioll of the walls against
which the martyrs gate thteir live\..
Cardinal Mercier said brief praytrs
and thankied God for (ih' blessings of
paitt,. T'l'e inhabitants will perform
this ,titt e ii ti yt et.vey V ea al' ts a dcdi
catilion to their dead uortttiruldes.
TEXAS JDGIE LEADS
MOD; BEATS UP MAN
Aus\tin. To x., Aug. 213.--- . IR.
Shilliday, while becruetary of the Nut
Iional Assuociatioln for Advantci-einett.
ofto Negrotes, wits- attatnuctel and lheatelt
ion llthe streets Ilthere by a white mob.
Shilliday was ithen taken to tilt' dh
11pot and piut oil ait train boundtt for Si.
The trouble sltarted whlen lie wa
ordered to leavet towit biy a cominmitei
of citizens. lheaded by County Judge
Pickle. 1-H is said to ihave admlitted
that ite urged egroes to claie social
equality with the whites.
HERE THEY ARE
The following unions so far v
lhave taken Iaction, do(naltug iio0- s
ey, or levying a 10ontlhly assess- t
mIent to support the Uutie Daily a
Barber.' union, monthly. 11
('ooks and Waiters.
Rubber and;tlt Tire Workcrs, t
'Theatrical Stage EIn1ployes, b
mont hly. t
Typographical union, nuonthly. (
Workingmlen's union, Imonllhly. t
Electrical Workers, (I3, IllOnth
l'hunbers' union, monthly.
Electricians, No. (023.
lBuilding Laborers and Hod
alllld Coulee (C'oal Miners,
EYERYM N'S CLUB OPENED
BY K, ,'S ON BDRADw AY
con0todiois r(]d Ing aid tlllounging
room at 72 WV' L iroain wav. Eve1ry v
t-an who tIo<. :: co ''rdially invited a
to stelp in ;id ' . : i. it e i from
the caplos .t' i ". I4 n.- :11 11, Itll 's ' i
c l u b , w th i l t ! i , i. 1. ' , , t
h. Rice, ]11 rti 1 ' ) On I i 1 m t i,
it 111 lltel'ttlllAity :;; :i ,.' l .,:. at
and i ti' rtail1
Ti c lae ip It t Th ic o ien Itr ,ii," i",
in untiil the patronsi liai o at nig.d i
It is ablsolutely frl'ee to all. i i
equlliplped with chairs mil reatding
itables, Wi here all t111he curt Ie it peri- I
odiails aluy be fIIounl, i v iilnto thl e
"Lib'erator' and the !Butie Daily -
iull liti. Neither lhe "WVar Cry"
nolr l'he i last" is balrred fromlll its t
Musl(' i ltl (ai ti'es.ii
']'here arel calrd tables for those
who like to F'ool wii h the little pieces
of spottelld crdboard. T here arl
clhicer Iboardlts ,and domleinoe. r.
Bice will puit Ii hilliard tables am
soon as hit is ablle to proculre thei
There is al ictte player Diano and ll
Victlrila to Fllurnish i lt h noise, and
there will le free pictlure slowl b
twice 1 'I t'e lIC.
Mr. R(ic. ilrIiles everyone to tlel
in when time hang,; heavy on their
hands, and pass the hours pleasantly t
iHe il\viltes \-levery 'm1an to colie ill i
with lii friiends, sit down at a table. I
1itke ain talk, if they ftc l Itha way.
sialt sot itt ::. 0e, :says the place io
for every itlan to enjoy. absolutely
free, itl,'! room, \vhe'e1 the
A e Iri l Ia't ll.utcipile of Ifredo ofll
soittlii v ill hbe ui pheld. It's e a non
ct1rl'li ii, ' nonpartisu n o clut . I t'su 1
ecver 1i n1'1 c'illl , ha sa.- yr;.
i .id. ill houi h Ilsi. I,.ice has a
dark. niot i tIe.iiots-looking back rooti )
to hi.. tsil; lishlment, He claiims 1t(
I-has mal l nnil shine" to peddle. H-1r
says il' illon y to ke -ep up this club
is tih' :-harv which nt'. I to the
Knigh',t!s of C alumibus, of the big fund
left ofur wavhenl the war closed.l frolt
te , ;:>-I .iilu which had been raisat
t', ,tsea'l ill. - the- benefit of the sol
dir,', What;l was left over w'. as
qu;iill;, ,irdt d between the 'rod
1('.'.s lI;re . . 1. 0. A .. the Salva
iop Ar:;y and the Knights of Co
' , I'lh National Catholic W ar
Ii.. l'. . s !rich is ma nltaining this 1
seita· I, ,,~il ; imen, is thie ag.et t of
the lne_ his iT spenllding their share 1
of this !andt.
i'r't Emiiploym. ent. [uireau.
Ill addition to its function as n a
club anl l. afing place, l\verymtaln's
club '. 1,:0,8 I fire employment
htreautt. Ie services of Which are at
the dill r>I of all employers and
employsu. ,!. C. Leary, an old-tint
lbtuto lutll, is at the head of the
emplovelint bureau. He is alsc
house secretary of the K. C. -Ir
Rice. I ho looks after the entertain
latent fea tures, i5 an old-time Butte
ruiner, hbuing lived in the city for
2" ea s. .1. J. anley, superintend
"lit of tih,, club, is from Portland.
WILL ASK FOR INCREASE
ýpc'i~al IUnited Press Wire.)
\\-ilktsbulrr. Aug. 23.--Sixty per
it:to ilcl'ras in wages. six hour day.,
the cloted shop and two year agree
nent ,are the principal demanllds
which thit anthracite nineworkers
will submlhait to the corporations. This
wtas revealed when the scale coinl
mllttte relpolrted to the district con
IEET TONI GHT
Metal Mine Workers' Unit
of the 0. B. U. Will Take
Action on Wage Demands
Presented July 1.
The Metal Mine Worker's I'nit of
the One Big Union will hold a
special Imeeting tonight to take ac
tion on the wage demands that were
presented to the employers associa
tion on the first of July and as there
has been no answer from 11 te min
ing companies as yet.
These demands include the aboli-l
tion of thlie rustling card, a six hour
day, six dollars per shift, abolition
of Ihe bonus and contract sytellllss
and a few other working demands.
It is expected that a commnnittee froln
the striking Metal Tradesmen will
be at the meeting to tell the miners
of the progress of their strike. The
One Big Uuion constitution auto
matically called the members of the
Metal Mine Workers off the job
when the Metal Tradesmen went on
strike, however it is expected that
they will at this time try and get
action on their own demainds as
well as on those of the Metal Trades
There is considerable talk of ac
tion against local show houses in or
der that pressure may be brought to
bear on producing companies to setl
tie the strike of the Actors ini
('hicago and New York. It is expec-:
ted that there will be a large atten
dance at their meeting tonight ,.at
101 S. ldaho St.
WOMAN OF 710 HAS FIVE
DEGREES, BUT WMATS SIX
Madison, \Wis., Aug. 23.---One or
the graduates of Ite silllluer ses
sion at the Unlliversity of W'isconsin.
was Mrs. 1(llen A. Copp, 701. and a
grandmother. She pullrsiued studies
in sociology and eugenics, prepara.
tory to receiving a degree of doctor'
Mrs. Copp alrheady has five college
degrees and is author of several '
hooks. She was one of the two first
"co-eds" at Pennsylvan ia State
college alrl was one of the first
women to take a theological coulrseI
and to eli ordained to the ministry. I
Almong the several pastorates she
held was one at Evansville. Wis. This i
is her secolld suvIinmoer session at tlhe
1ladger univresity. She received the,
degree of bachelor of laws at \Wiscon
Wi in 19110.
lMrs. Copp received the inaster's te
Iuree at the time her tdaughter gradlu
ated from Hillsdale college. On tlie,
day her eldest son received his Iirit
degree, she received t he dlegree of'
bachelorl of divinity. \WhueII her S'-,
onld son was graduhated from the ein
gieerin''ig coutrse shie receiv'ed the
degree of Iachelor of laws. She hopes
to comiplete her doctor's degree in
PARADE OF STRIKERS I
STOPPED BY COSSAICKS
illllmlln d, [nld., A .ug. S.- An at- I
temlpt )by striking employes of the
Standard Steel Car plant to parade h
last. night following a llIss meeting I
was frustrated by Ihe aIctionls of asta te I
troops. Over 1,000 men ehad formeSd
in line when the paraders were dis
persed by the troops.
IN BUTTE CHURCHES
Congregational c hurch HIlarrison
aVenlue iand Majors st"et., Boletin I
Einery Crane. pistor.-- orning
setr\ice, 11I o'clock; evening. 8 I
o'clock. Suntday schooil atl the old
hour, 12:15, with a full corps of
Floral l'Prk Congireg:tiolal. 2905
Phillips street. --- Sunday school.
3 5: 0.
Emanuetl ,Lutherlian, southelast co,
ner Montanlia and Silver; . N. \n
ielarson, pastor.---Morning service at I
10: 45 o'clock, in Swedish. E'vening
service at S o'clock. in I'nglish. Sun
day school at 12:15 p. 1i.
lE?('t lIA I( T:'A ,'.
Church of Spirit C'oimullllnLiion will
meet Tuesdays and I'llursdays at 8
p. nm. Subject: "Shall MAlen Live
Again?" Wednesday at 2::0 p. n11.
ladies' tea and entertainment, at 18 I
SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 8 P. M.
Metal Mine Workers Unit
ONE BIG UNION
Matter of Vital Importance to All Members
BE SURE AND ATTEND!
8 p. m. SATURDAY 101 S. Idaho
STRIK[E GALLEDOAT I
Michaels, Stern & Co. Refuse
to Recognize Right of Em
Ployes to Organize. The
Roci'hester, N. Y.. Aug. 23.- -A g(n
eval strike at all the shops of Mich
aels, Stern & Co. began last Satur
lday to force reinstatement of Elvira
Messina. who had been discharged l
for Amalgamated activity,, and to 4
bring about betterment of working
Mlichaels, Stern & Co. are the only
employers at Rochester who have
no collective bargainilng relation with
the Amalgamated. The unorganized
iworkers have been so greatly ex
tiloited that the call to strike brought
a healry lv resonse.
Pickets were at the shopls early
Saturday morning to bring out all
workers who had not been inotified
of tile beginning of the strike. The
picketing brought a complete tieup
of the shops.
Officials of the Amalgamated who
are in charge of the strike were
called to a conference with the police
soon after the news of the strike
reached headquarters. The police
were assured that thie strike will be
kept up until all demands are won
and that absolute neutrality of the
bluecoats would be explected.
One of the largest staffs of or
ganizers ever assembnlled in Roclies
ter is on the job to .assist in hiasten
ing victory. When this firm has been
forced to enter into collective bar
gaining negotiations with the Aiia.1
ganlated the entire Rochester cloth
ing industry will be controlled by the
An organization campaign was con
ducted at, the Michaels, Stern & Co.
shops for sevcral weeks prior to the
strike. Miss Messina was dischargecd
because shie participated in the cam
paign by getting nIames andl addresses
of prolspective mnembers ill her shop.
KANSASN [ANK IIRlIEID.
(Special United Press Wire.)
Newton, Kan., Aug. 23.--T--Troe
auto bandits robbed the Natibnal
City bank here and escaped.
6 lElm"III IBIIBIIIlIIIIIIB ||N||B1B
.I SUKN D DEVENIND OTS
318 N. WYOur MING ST.
I E. F. Doree will speak on n
"CLASS WAR PRISONERS"
I SUNDAY EVENING
I 7 p.in., at
SHEBGEN BALL PARK
I SPEAKERS; DUNN, DO R E E AND OTHERS
S Bring Your Women Folks I
the Big |
Your Credit is
h ./]-b GREEN
* with all cash purchases
and first payment on time
purchases. Shiners, the
only furniture store that
gives stamps with pur
Liberty Bonds =
taken at par in exchange
FOR LESS ON
EASIEST OF TERMS.
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Your photo makes an ideal gift.
It is one thing your friends
cannot buy. We have many
styles to offer. Have your sit
Thomsons' Park Studio
John Lumme, Mgr.
217 East Park Street.
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