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ARE iOU SICK OR. CRIPPLED?
A few treatments of CHILROPRAC
TI4 will,; relieve. you.. At .any_ rate
give it a trial. Quit drugs. • Avoid
Ithy op$r ti.bn. S'e6' Flora W. Emery,
yili. 9:' $.i#er' Bow block.
THE RUBBER SHOP.
Goodrich; 'fHighpress" rubber foot
wear. All rubber goods repaired
and' vulcanized. 5 N. Montana st.
WANTED-Ambitious men to pre
pare for promotion. Apply In
ternational Correspondence School,
basement, No. 1 West Broadway.
WOMEN CAN SECURE EMPLOY
ment by calling at 601 Daly Bank
building. Phone 347. Mary E.
DESIRABLE outside rooms,. all mod
ern conveniences. Rates reason
able. Miners and students solicited.
421 W.! Galena.
F U R N I S H ED housekeeping and
single rooms, $8 up; rent ex
chaunged for cabin. 619 Utah.
T'WO furnished housekeeping rooms
or a four-room house unfurnished.
612% 'Alaska st.
4-iOOM brick house, unfurnished,
125 S. Grant, near Belmont mine,
NICE, ,CLEAN, STEAM-HEATED
'room; rent reasonable. 316 N.
'ROOMING house for rent, 8 rooms,
furnished, 747 Utah, phone
MODERN, quiet rooms, Phoenix
heat. The Christie, 22 .N. Main
EASEL and swing frames, oval
frames with convex glass, land
scapes and religious pictures. A
beautiful line of holiday china in
tea sets, cups and saucers, cake
plates and tea plates. Also cut glass
and table glassware. See our prices
before buying. Butte Picture Fram
ing company, 321 E. Park street.
Thos. F. Casey, Mgr.
FIVE THOUSAND WORKERS
wanted to buy $5 worth of stoc.
in The Bulletin Publishing Co.
THE CANTEEN, No. 11 S. Montana
street, soft. drinks of all kinds
cigars and tobacco.
CLEANERS AND DYEEI
LADIES AND GENT'S TAILOR
shop-Cleaning, press.ng ta, .
pair. Work guarante:d. Shp 'p
der new management. 425 % East
CLEANING, pressing and repairing
expert alteration. 843 Utah.
AMERICAN Dyeing & Cleaning Wks
1341 Harrison ave. Phone 131.
QUICK SHOE REPAIR
THE BOSTON HAT SHOP-Old hats
made like new. Ladies' and gents
shoes repaired, dyed and shined.
Quick service. 118 North Main st
O. K. SHOE SHOP. First class r.
bairing done at .reasonable prices
Open evenings until 9. 125 Covert
THAT old hat-Make it look like
new at the Nifty Hat Shop. 86Uj
Fleet Park St
XMAS GiFTS-Save from 25 to 50
per cent on your Xmas gifts. i Sat
isfaction or no sale. Peoples Loan
office. 281, E. Park st.
SMOKE "Justrite" and "Army and
Navy" cigars; union made in your
own town. Tile Little Place, No. 3
JEWELRY and second-hand cloth
ing for sale at Uncle Sam's Loar
Office, 11 S. Wyoming street. Phone
BlARBER shop will be sacrificed;
owner leaving town .127 South
'IPHREE pool 'tables in first-class
condition. Inquire 301 N. Main.
.T`. " SO VENG RS,.
PEIRRY '& -PATON; `1037 Maryland
avenue. Phone 4075-W.
UP-TO-DATE BOARDING HOUSE
Table board, day, week or month,
$9 per week; home cooking; uniofi
chef of 20 'years' experience. Spe
cial Sunday dinners. Mrs. A. P.
Garses, 500 N. ,Main st.
DOROTHY DINING ROOM-21
meals5 -$8.00.- ,Sunday chicken
dinner, 65c. Give us a trial. Gran
ite.and Wyoming streets. Miss Eli
zabeth Murphy, proprietor.
MORGPAN TRANSIIt R and u+
Delivery Co. ' ;Storage,'. . g
and shipping. 'Phone 5937. 538 1S
BUTTE Taxi and.Transfer, 281,% E.
Broadway, phone 100. Taxicabs
and baggage trucks. Baggage chek
ed and stored. Day and night serv
HIGHEST price paid for used furnl
tLure and stoves. Union Furniture
Exchange, 248 E. Park; phone
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND
ranges. City Furniture Exchange,
206 E. Park street. Phone 6469-W
MONEY TO LOAN
GET YOUR MONEY at 3 per cent oi
diamonds, watches, Jewelry, Lib
erty bonds. Mose Lins, Upstairt
Jeweler. Two entrances-Main an'
MONEY LOANED on diamonds'
watches, jewelry and Liberty bonds
at a reasonable rate of interest. The
Old Reliable. I Simon, 21 N. Main
WE HAVE money to loan in large
and small amounts on real estate
and chattels. No delay. Von Fal
kenstein & Co.. 310 Phoenix blk.
MADAME GUY, spiritualist, meets
every Sunday, Tuesday, Friday at
219 W. Galena st., apartment 46.
THE LITTLE PLACE-A returned
soldier trying to make his living
in the smallest place in town. Patro
nize him. 3 West Park.
WANTED - Men's and women's
clothes to be cleaned and pressed.
Montana Tailors, 425 North Main.
I... . UEAL NOTi(E.,
Murdo-The funeral of the late
Isaac Murdo, aged 35 years, will take
place Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock
at D)uggan's undertaking parlors, the
Rev. M. Hudtloff. officiating. inter
ment in the Mountain View cemetery.
f'rvos-The funeral of the late
George MNrvos, aged 60 years, who
died yesterday morning, will take
place Sunday afternoon at- 1 o'clock
at the family residence, 2007 Oak
street, proceeding to the Serbian
orthodox church, where services will
be held. Interment in the Mount
Sullivan-The funeral of the late
James F. Sullivan, aged 27 years, will
take place Saturday morning at 9
o'clock at the residence of his uncle,
Cain Connors, 414 Virginia street,
proceeding to St. Mary's church where
amass will be celebrated at 9:30
o'clock. Interment in the Holy Cross
Rolliable Undlertaker and Embalmer
822 North Main Street
Carlsons-The funeral of the late
Mrs. Kate Carlson was held at the
Daniels & Bilboa undertaking parlors
this afternoon at 2 o'clock, the re
mains were forwarded to Prey, Mont.,
DANIELS & BILBOA
Undertakers and Embalmers
125 East Park St.. Butte. Phone 888.
Residence Phone 4.17-W.
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13 Wealth of J. P. Morgan ....--------...........---50c
54 Debs in Prison ......------------------25c
356 British Rule in India ......................10c
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W16 i tio' j de
(Recorded by Jinx Seymour.)
He Looks for Bill, Betsy and Com
Mister, y'ain't seen old Bill Pol
',rd nowhere, have you? Well, L
golly, if yuh don't know Bill yuh
must be a plutb stranger in the
Tuolumne country, likewise a few
other p'ints between the Yukon and
thie Mexicnli Owl. Bill is my good
tor-nothing prospect in' pardner, him
that keeps mie in trouble all the limer
keepia' him out. of it. Bill dis
appeared before dinner today.. which
aip't exactly his regular. startin'
time, said startin' tinie bein' .usuify
right after eatin' an' jst before
washin' the dlishes. Ordinti;y I :don't
pay much attention to his goin's, be
cause a man of his age has.his little
affairs to 'tend to that ain't none
o' mine. But this time Betsy's gone
with him and I know there's hell
No, Betsy ain't no woman; she's
a sawed-off' shotgun. Bill give her
a woman's name because she always
has the last word and don't stop
kickin' till she doets.
I'm kinda worried about Bill an'
Betsy for frear they've picked up a
ride in an autontobeel, and I wantl
be able to overtake 'ems before
they're pinched an' separated. I got
a kinds sneaklin' idee I know where
they're headin' for and I want to
intersect 'eom, as the feller says.
You see, there was a hobo drifted
along this morning and was tellin'
Bill about a dishwasli.n' job he'd
just quit in a restau 'ant down in
I dQn't reckon I'll mention no names,
because it's only one feedmill in ten
thousand others just like It . But
anyway, ome an' till et there last
week an' for that reason Bill was
considerable interested in what 'thee.
to was sayin' about the place. It
scroems they're kinda scientific in
these eatin' houses and the assayers
an' chemists ain't got nothing on
'es astall when it comes to handlin'
eggs. The be says them professional
thef-cooks knows every egg' by its
first name an' can tell t'ot.her from
which every time. If you order 'em
boiled yuh get a fair-to-middlin' egg,
YOUTHFUL BENNI[ HAS
TOO MANY ADMIRERS
(Special United Press Wire.)
Chicago, Dec. 2G.--Bennie Soko
lowski, 12, the victim of a children's
triangle, will recover, the doctors
Because Bennie was good to look
upon, he won the love of Annie
Barzyk, 13. When Annie saw him
playing at the homo of Florence
Moeller, also 13, she wrote him a
'My dear husband Bennie: I
know you love Florence, don't you,
love? Do you love me, Bennie? If
you only knew how I love you---Oh,
boy! I love you so I could kiss you
"Don't tell Florence I love you or
the will be mhd. I hate her,' but if
you love her better than you do uie,
you can have her. I love you, dear."
When Bennie received the note
he decided th'at life with two
"women" on his hands was not
worth living. -He hid in an ash can,
where he was found by a policeman
unconscious from the cold, with
the note from Annie held tightly in
his little fist.
When Bennie was asked if he
loved either of the girls, he shook
his head in the negative. When told
he would have to make a choice be
tween them when he went home
from the hospital, "Guess I'll stay
here'.quite a while," he concluded.
SEE JOKIlI IN 11IIL.
(Special United Press Wire.)
Washington, Dec. 26.-The sugar
equalization board has requested
President Wilson to withhold sign
ing the McNary sugar bill until a
paper explaining some features of it
in filed with him, it was stated at
A LUTFISK SOCIAL
will be given by Sons and Daughters
of Norway, Saturday, Dec. 27, S
o'clock. A good program, including
a six-piece orchestra from the Col
lege of Music will entertain.-Adv.
TO RECLAIM 100,000 ACRES.
Winnipeg. Dec. 26.-Through a
system of drainage 40 miles east of
here will be reclaimed. The cost will
be small compared to the value of
the land, which agriculturists say is
of fine quality.
I,'NATICS ARE BURNED.
Missletown, Conn., Dec. 26.-Nine
of the 53 patients who occupied a
farm cottage at the Connecticut hos
pital for the insane here, perished in
a fire which destroyed the building
but if .you order 'ema fried they rdn
purty indiffer"il.t The waiteresses
has got iniatru: lions to ask you in
sinuatin' like if Iuh want 'em over.
And if yulh say ytuh do yuh get eggs
that ain't har'dly able to stand up
under the strain o' breakin'. An'
some of 'em lt d,: c\ne in, just like
a mine that's oltralin" on lhe Safety
First plan. -\Ad thli .e old-timers,
which has .*O, a sorrt ; in Chicago
since '41 9nd k:h!a !vI put on pen
sionl, wlich a Luath o' roscwater, i,
'idetrc Ceg in a chnhoat for future
reference, said gunboat bciui' a sec
cnd-handed toe;il'f `can' that. ain't
never washed for fear it'll get rusty
an' spoiled. An' when they get the
can full, which tint never Ino more
than tqp days. t ihe: have a spet'cial
:ale of r$pani:,h oIeilet, which is a
concocti'dh mae fiotom a formula ob
tained' frcm sonlat disinfectin' coli
pany, :said c(llllmpany guaranteein'
their piroe5ss to kill Ith' flavor and
aronma .of ianly hing not strictly
Now a., I w:: ju.itt sayin' a couple
o seconds bt)lIk. lil' in' Bill el in
that place las:t wii€k. lan' what we et
va;:; Spanish (iltelt. Antl' pu1tti
two an' two otllher-- that is, Bill
rn.' Betsy toglthcr with that rcs
taturant man anll' l'is chef-cook ---I in
cline that sonct lhing's goin'a halp
Ien. Bill's an! ullrOn3sonable cursn
that would get hlot if yuil locked him
in an icebox, tlt ii' 1 could see hinm
first I mought bhp ablh' to persuade
him that busiincss is business and a
nman ain't in htiiness for his health
or for the health of his customers.
He's outi to Itmake money, an' whent
that's a Intan's ganio he can't be ex
pected to eale :thout anything else.
'rofit al)' common decentcy don't go
to.gether .~itall; they just ,.imply
woll't mix,' no lwnor" 'tlian a hawg will
mix with. elean habits.
Why In,ister, y'ainl't sore, are .yuh?
I didn't, mean to hurt your feelin's;
1 Just wanted to find 1Bill to keep
him outa trouhbl, for' it won't profit
Lill none to go down there to take
a city an': lose his own soul.
Shucks, he's gone; and he had a
big automobee, too.
SUGAR SiHORTACI ON
(Special United Ptress Wire.)
New York, tiec. 26.---Althouglh
S0,00,000 pounds Il of sugar were re
ceived by eastern refineries last week
fronl Cuba. there seems to he no
ralief in the shortage in the retail
market. Last week shipments were
four times greater than the preced
ing week and three times greater
than a year iago.
It takes but a few ldays to put the
refined article: on the mtarket, but
grocers say they are still unabl)e 1
L With the Editors J
(Front the Toiler, Cleveland, O.)
The whole ;cry of the capitalist
world to tile workers is-p-rotluce!
After five years of unequaled de
struction of life and property, the
world finds this structure of civiliza
tion threatened oy a scarcity of food,
clothing, shelter and machinery.
1turope lies in ruins, natiions are
vtarving, millions of people ,stand
gazing at the 'destructive past or
turn their bewildered gaze into a
doubtful future, while hunger and
nakedness emllco lpass them, Money
has lost its value. Only those things
which sustain and keel) life are of
But the worker is slow to respond
to the masters' call. The capitalist
world cries in vain to the workers to
lift out of the bog into which the
evolution of human society has
thrown it. The worker has lost the
incentive to produce, knowing that
all his efforts in the realm of pro
ductionl but enriches thle few at the
expense of the many. lie knows the
treadmill in which he plods his weary
life away not for ideals, not for itore
abundantt life, but to fatten parasites
and feed the gluttony of imperial
"Why produce'?" the worker may
well ask hilnptslf. h',b:y produce for
a society which robs him at the very
.fountain head of production, and be
tore his scanty wage has been paid
him is exploited of many times its
value. ThIe goods he produces he is
not allowed to retain nor the value
thereof. The worker is learning
that robbery and production go hand
in hand under this present indus
trial system. lie feels a lessening
interest in production, much less is
he thrilled at the idea of it. Ile
knows that before the millions of
starving are benefitted a vast army
of go-between parasites munch their
mouthful. He knows that produc
tion means riches for a few and
poverty and still more poverty for
the many. The cry of more produc
tion as a means of saving society
from an .'ripending crash is a false
one. Jrroduction will only lengthen
out the term of bondage of the peo
ples to their imperialistic nmasters.
What is needed is not more pro
duction but production for use in
stead of for0 profit. When the worket
receives the value of his toil instead
ol a portion, then he will produce
in abundance. Then will the incen
tive to labor reach its highest, point.
Then will lie feel the thrill that ac
cemntianiti; a ensciousness of social
elffrt. Let tlie workers throw ofe
tihe yolti' of, slavery that degrdl,' .
them and their toil. -Let them strike
froim socie-: the talons of all pata
sites. LIat thet: 7,y class action o0
the indu:tirial and political field.
,eize the reigns of power and ther
shape iti witId for service to lit
inhabitants instead of enslaving thi
inhabitantslis for the benefit of para
Let the workers begin the marcl
toward industrial democracy, no
toward slavery under the modteri
task-maesi r, world capitalistic im
SAY you SAW IT IN BULLETII
Donates "Buck" to. Go
With Well-Known Preach
(Bv United Press.)li
Seattle, Wash., Dec. 26.--The fund
a noetue newspaper gathered with
which to buy the "presents" for hos
pital patients, included a dollar which
a "well-known blurglar" contributed.
Accompanying the conitributionl was
"Merry Christmas! Pusiness in my
line is not so good just now. You
can't jihnly a windoaw on cold nights
like these without. waking up the
whole household, but. I'm sending you
a $ foir tlo fund, which you can
chuik in thle sack withI Rev. Matih
ews' $. It's a. wicked dollar, hut it
is going the police force one hbtter,
Why don't you appeal to the hoit
loggers' inion. They're making plenty
of money. (Signed)
"A )WELL-KNOWN IIIRGLAR."
VICTIM OF CONMAN TO
BE BURIED TOMORROH
TIe' funeral of Jouies P. Sullivan
I ill be held tomnorrow morning at
9:30 from the Connor's residesnce at
414 West Virginia street.
Hd is deurati occurredl in Denth Val
licy, Ariz., a few days ago us the re
sult of a buillet wound in the lungs
received ditryig the deopprtiation to
1,400 miners fom Bistee in 1917.
AMr. Sullivan was shot through both
lungs and the exposure following Ihis
wound and deportation so weakened
hint that recovery was impossible.
The deceased was 25 yeairs of age
and is suirvived by a brother.
UI'HOLI) ANTi-LIAN(G'AG(l ACT
Liniicoln, Neb., lc. 26.--The statt
supreme court today r'tenduerel d a dlI
cision uphllolding the slate foreigr
language , nt, which the last, legis
t lu re passed. prohibiting the teach
-inug of any foreign language in gradt
1 LIGHT SMOKE IPROFITEERS.
London, l)ec. 27.--Croydon smok
- ers have formed a league to "strike'
r against tobacco trade profiteering
lMembers are pledgedl to down pipes
r cigarettes and cigars, until piricer
t ae ireducil and a st:anda'rd of por.
and be assured it was not
made in a sweat shop
JUNION MADE GOODS AND WHERE SOL,
CHICAGO SHOE STORE
7 8. MAIN ST.
WORK AND DRESS
BRANCH 43 E. PARK 8?.
0. K. STORE
24 E. PARK ST.
Clothing, Shoes, Hats,
Overalls, Jumpers, Gloves
We recongize the fact
that the way of the
worker is the right way.
Union Made Shoes for the
Golden Rule Shoe Storq
39 E. PARK ST.
Always the best possible
shoes at the lowest,,POs
For sale by all dealers
HOME BAKING CO.
I HU IANIHt F, ....,ý
SHOWS BIC INCREASE
(By United Press.)
Montreal, Que., Dec. 26.-Cana
Tdian shilhuilding increased froli 18
vessels in 1914 to 59 at the end of
June, i19). according to a report of
lloyd's registry just made public
hero. The corresponding tonnages
in 1914 and 1919 were given as 14,
184 andt 1I5i.542, respectively.
The lMilnndosa, 13,972 tons, heads
the list of the five largest Canadian
ships constructed 1918-19.
The part of Montreal has been
closed for the season, so far as ocean
going vessels are concerned. The last
ship to depart from here was the
freighter Bassa for South African
lIORN IN STORM AT SEA.
(Spetcial United Press Wire.)
New York, Dec. 26.---Dorn in the
height of a storm at sea in the steer
ake of the Mauretania, France:
lMaura Klingensmith Astley had a
unique christening. The cabin pn.s
se;ngers donated $700 and a Ford
which was raffled off for $1,3'0.
Appointing Time for Probate of Will,
ndll D)irecting PIublication of
Notice of the Same.
In the District Court of the Second
Judicial District of the State ol
Montana, in and for the Count3
of Silver Bow.
In the matter of the estate of Ze
lah C. Lounsbery, deceased.
It is hereby ordered, that Satur.
day, the 3rd day of Jnnuary, 1920
at. 10 o'clock a.. mi. of said day, a;
the courtroom of said coulrt Georg(
i). Lounsbery, in the County of Sit
ver how, be. and the same time is
hereby appointed the time for prov
ing the last will and testament o:
Zelah C. Lounsbery, .deceased, an(
lhearing the application of George 1D
Lounsbery for letters testamentary
and any person interested may ap
pear and contest the said will, a'ln
tmay file objections in writing to th<
granting of letters testamentary t(
It is Further Ordered, That notice
The NONPARTISAN LEAGUE is fighting the ENEMIES
of you both. Big Business is robbing Farmers and Wage
Earners alike. You must come together, fight together
and you'll win together. The NONPARTISAN LEAGUE
is the LINK that will bring you TOGETHER.
Farmers, Join the League! Wage-Earners, Support It!
14 N. MAIN ST.
Union Made Suits
SHOP IN BUTTE
Cannon's Shirt Shop
"Your Bosom Friend"
BEST IN THE WEST
Made in Butte
Patronize your Union Broth
ere:. Mail orders solicited and
given prompt attention.
BEST IN TIlE WEST CIGAR
105 South Arizona Street.
be given thereof by the clegy ýf
court, by publication snot I
10 days before said' 3rd day o $i
ary, 1920, in-the Butte DailyBtf
a newspaper printed and ipblishd
Dated December 22nd, 191 .l,
JEREMIAH J. LYNCH,. Judge~
NOTICE T i)ELINQUET4NT iTO -
Office of the Montana Silver Cnpper
Mining company, W.llace, Idahi
Dec. 8, 1919.
Notice is hereby given that th
is delinquent upon theu followvngft~
scribed stock onl acco nt.: o01 a) sses4.
ment of two and l.onc (B2 tI(
mills per share, ldvied, on , 2
day of October, 1919'; the. .evsrati
amounts set opposite the 'ýlmrne of.
the respective shareholders' as fol
lows, to-wit: .
Name. Cert. Shares. Amti;
Fahle, Wm......... 1 1.2,5`00 31.25
Devpn, Wm....... 6 12,501) 31.25
Hutchings. W. S. 8 1 2,500 3i.25
Brouelctte, W. L. 13 12,500 31.25
Brouelette, A. P. 15 12,500 31.23
lrouelettel, . . 5,000 12.50
Stadler, Chas..... 20 5,000 12.50
Stadler, Chas.... 29 5,000 12.50
Sladler, Chas..... 42 5,000 : 2.50
Lee, W in............. 38 5.000 1 2.50
llanson & Cook 49 5,000 12.50
And in accordance with law so
Smany shares of each parcel of such
stock as may be necessary will 1b
sold on the 27th day of Deccmber,
1919, at 7:30 o'clock of said day at
the office of the company, 607 Cedar
street, Wallace, Idaho, to pay the
delinquent assessment thereon, to
gether with the costs of advertising
and expenses of. sale.
N. It. TURItK,
Montana Sil ver
Copper Mining coim
panly, 607 Cedar
St., Wallace, Id.
C. L. WILLIAMS, Prop.
FIRST-CLASS WORK and MATE
311 EAST MERCURY STREET
Palace Clothing 1
and Shoe Store
53-55 E. PARK STREET
Clothing, Shoes ind Fur
n ishings of all kinds with
the Union Label
112 W. PARK STREET
17 W. PARK STREET
Hats, Caps, Ties,V Work or
Dress Shirts, Suspep,.c rs, G
Overalls, Tailoringp;1~t ;i