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HAVE LIOUOR Suspicious Pair Swooped Down On and Caught With the Goods. Are Held in County Jail. 1I i t i v, -I .. H .11 11. I . r .1i. ` ' 1 ,, l . 1 ' ,;1 "1 " I5" t ill 1t ;I l i th .' - "1, 2 ;II 1. .'. ' 1 ; 1 22' (! . 1-, 1 ' h oI l tiAT i LO YOV DO c·:l' \ iil t . !ii I'-' t 'iji''' 11 " .i l It l:i',l l ( I .it ], i , r' al, t, tIll''' h I t\i l; i. tl I I, 1 i.i'"\ I :l i it , i" ll' , i I t' '111 r10 I nt I - ri l ,it i (t1 1 - 1 i11 s a '^ l d h a 11r ]!il 1 I llto tit i e ill t.t 111 11t ' l '-itt iit t ,I t , nit I t" tlt H2 t' i ol it ' it'"u s ' tll til I o ere1 iAnt. l a, "all. l t li a I rh' 1-0l 1 . O, i' II€ I( I it .h .I'N i' '" 1'S (, I.'' t \il l at a ll; a , d i t" f illo lit' ' n '( '(1( 1 i f'I ll ii , (tt+. It l(110 '1'o11l(01' (I'l It ' i'" t .t( -- p l t'' ity I] l -ll' , i 'I t int ll f l'r t' "' W i l il Anu aill y i, : -:, lthe b ilt m't lI in l ' It is vl0;r ly :sd i tl ht'd llai d f lith ' 1 €) ; i 1 0ll l i, n l' rgod (t1, li it0 , alld "inla t - v',ro !,d into tI ('dl li o lwa .i g 1d'n . i p!eillul; , ('"lli'q m 1ill Oriti' !' 1"1 .:ou1 . lit" sl)f('1 1fr11 lholod ioii i heals, I : ( ;;t l 1 1 t +lw ill I\ r'; lil t it ll Thilen Nt i n Of th] f r, :I nd fi:lifi (itoiflls O lio ( rl' r u.intl is 111;11a " |art :-I- llnd Il' V' m t o 1' ill the st'l l'.. \Alln 'hl"n would build tao del i.tialit rl' wut and l .tt ii t l| 'ilt n l. A ll ird woundI 11:o ih1i fil' hi ulimih 7t ht Wao r th., Yo rtif alhwil If ln d taline . f i, w.ll- g; tr l eli-. tilll ildtalla1 t i of alfrt dit~ih ti"he'Ilst llh o'iIttp. If You Can't Come TELEPHONE 1-9-8-5 McCARTHY'S GROCERY AND MEAT STORE 64 E. BROADWAY For the biggest and best bargains in Butte McCarthy-Bryant & Co. 317-310 E. PARK. PHONE 1011. Where You Get the Most for Your Money. No. 10s Swift's Silver Leaf lard for . - -$2.00 Swift 's Premiullm hams, lb 3: 7l , 98 lbI. Rex White flour $:.7[ 98 lbs. Lyon's Best ýpr C'linax flour .------.............. ....-----------. $ 5-lb. can White House or l. J. I1. coffee .......... ...... ... ........- 11.o 5-lb. can raspberry jam...$1.2. 22 bars laundry soap ............ $1.) o 12 tall cans Sego milk ........$1.80 Tree tea, special, lb .............50r' English Breakfast tea, 2 lbs..85e 3-lb. can May-Day .........$1.00 Fresh eggs, dozen .............50c JOHN J. M'OARTHY, Prog. LONDON GIRLS STICKTO FARMS Like the Life and Wish to Remain on the Land. One Girl's Statement Is of Interest. i13 I.v nited Press.I .London. Ian. S18. ( ylt Mail. I !echel, s ar1e not going tio )h dis l;hded entlirely by all fi ritish girls .hto gpt into thlc'lt to do wi"r work. That lightening trans for 'i;tion hi " io ttli lt s aii l ints to xo p llt' '; ci1) II, t"ai 1w a;Is predi)a ted w itIh tiilh OR ld 1 i i" i' Oh i t lIllisuisji i-i gitlllg S ( vI . . A1 I as11- it wonl' he i hotle' uirtiieds ot f o HIr Kirl war wvorkers, o civi. ly tli,' i lxid girls, have de idid to go i li lit (inl ill the vo I'ltioxns i,; y adalpteld is 1l( Olliergec(ty. SoIime ,''re, London sethie 1 girls. They plan li A ift right on Ilt, f rl'lm.. "cThey re llsti () give 'ip II ir breechesll'. For thlil (1 the "f l'i-h Ial)hle ci. es, so'ft alld clingyi r' prit's(olllt only idleness, They say. f1 '' I ''hes. boots alll d s1tock istand for i l usefulness int life. They hi f ig t ]f. o''f'i'ce hours. (ine' -ihi liud girl wrolte a f'rienid: l I.Iv H iteon oil leave lfor a few dlys: I i, \. I havei lad tIle pirewril 11 il ,:1 ill lid every m ii'llittg. I i itii x . I l froi th in hinui i a o n cet . ir.r, handledl silver spo. uns i andl deli l' 1 t'p isxes, aElid h nllllt ero callst ,ielld t h theaters, revles. riddell in iitd of wvalking 'everywhexl-e ---I have ii foct lived ilty old life oncle more1 11 is very lnice. ilis idle yet buisy life. liit. soiitething is laiking. Somie thing is ealling me back lto lite green le'atiidows, the 1xiowi1 pllowed fields, lite rlii-wasited lainesi aid hedgesI ant lthe gientllto, xiifi-eyedl utititils that f lo e'. T 11co it lrv lyIs taoken hold iof i , 'xentireii' . I li 1o hid aIt nighti in lly ]rolly r'(ti b1il 1 do not sleep half so so1ill y asi in ily ptlain courti try it'drnt in. Despite ll ill y i hot ie r nmfo't1,. I do loot Viake as 'elreshed is when ili tluible out ini lthe eold aind dark ts hart e lhoalrds. I appreeialte iy holiday and ily ]tointe, bI u IlI the ii te of the t oitilllry and the sigltls ild tmlls e tif t1 t mitt'y hti\ve goIl into lily blod land fet w lof mi y dt inly meals t..s ' 1.s good as lly phtiin Ihickll s:ild 'iiii ' 11il1 hlillch of -ike out in Ih , fi hlds. "I flatl t myself ily ttiniform suits. in' ti. well. wxell fiilling. well pol islid ti s iiand leggings looik quite is nie as flimisy silk stolckings. Tht1 land girl's iuniform is ireally a silurt to-;il i . ispecially if one adapts it Sonelx' . Iown a-nyl d liking." S.ticort oif girls, seem. inigly eiati iord of i1h1 l'airi, tian to emxigrate ito Canadi a Ii piolllier ats ialids in Ithe wheat hell. l1unidr'eds mlore remiaih illxx ill till. h , tI l 'it ' itur lini g t hel ilrl ;,Ittntion to garde bing and Iruck frxl'ling. 111 sillut, uis. s ixwo or' three ixliien (l1 li together l to ibuy a ma l lal patlth 1 ii il d all tt til tl s neeided o ciltiti le vegxtilt l t tn luiicli for sale ill I.alltdoll 110r0kel f. At lv 'tise. gilnts lx'l f ' girl gard 'ners 1tti eaIl frl'geelly in lIondon news papt'xts. \\ ig i offered iranget fro 9;;2.51( 111 wino wiih hoard and keep ' li,' hiiid girlst ains.vering thlies adl v,''rtisniitIis xloit1 findl they are aslied lto h.ell wit It tHlet hollsework''l as wei l its do tll fti 1lil y F a r ei'ng. The girls s5o1 corr-et 1 lhis, however. \ \'c'O gr ilt l ti l's, i1l siri'ants iol' ntirt st- Illt y exl htain. "'Ve're skilled xxiorkLii- siilxid or'li-wox itii-i.'" CO-OPEBR ORS' CON CRESS AT GREAT FALLS H. P. Griffin, Assistant Fed eral Director Gives His Views. (Crlat ellls. Fleb. . '1'The recent co-o'erators' congrless h11ltl in .treat Falls." said II. 1'. Griffin, issisutant 10t thei f[ederal dilreclor' in charget' of I "mI lr I onlli f tiht 1. S. employment service' . "ihrought out thli crying nIeed for co-operatt'io betwe h fo(lie farmers lies to the labor question ;ll s well as to m !.k.tinKg, lurell h ing a lld le s lati v'e affair.. It is not manny year" s since( the rirjitit s of ltIa sas aictuaIIlly 1;idnappetd a Ithlaborers on Ihth trails . or too1 thlli ftroi tlheir neigh hllrs withl tihe neiVterfaiiiling indlitoe i11111 of hiigher piay. lIt ltl( tlitlil thelr Il e ril slI s , i 1i. tt1 whitP I filrll!0trs lihi t hlc' ll injurod 1 " nulii \'working logetlher for their miutlal nln 'it. TherI' litay be a pressing need for fairm labor the coming sult lier. "This ser. vi I will do its Ibest ,to aI llleviate this e d, ti sup lly the faiirmers il wilh all the help i. l e i y desire at the Iiit they wi ant it; but for ii to be surrý,ss lul there must be co operallo.n among; the flrmers, not Olyil W it this sPl victie but Willi each NOTICE TO BULLETIN STOCKHOLDERS Thie regular annual meeting of stockholders of the Bulletin Publish ing company will be he eld Tuesday, Feb. 4, 1919, at 101 South Idaho at f p. m., at which time a board of directors will be elected.-Adv. Register, and get your friends to register, or you can't vote at the primaries in the spring election. Bulletin Want Ads tGSc Results. Phone 52 MIRS HNNI GETS THE FIRST PRIZE Butte Turnverein Mask Ball at Scandia Hall Saturday Night Proves One of the Big Events of the Year. 'The niasqueralI, haill ven 101 aiur lday night at , r'llndia hall. ,:7 111ou h .;A llan stl'oet. by the liutI Turn " t'srei . I:'Oceil to [ e an1 Unnill l drl' l]% ' Icard for the frillls and in'lltf rsl'.- oi the olganizatlio ll and ll . .. 1 an ;d pacit i' the hall was taxeld. .\ ge't al ]tal' linPe Wa's hult i lhl, bali wa a sltc('f's ill 'tfly \'fl . I1n8 1 1 'i I'll - lilOIId Illi] a ]il' holu Y and o.` li'i nIine priztes given 11r:. N-ai;ntli Of 211 \\W'oet (old street took tlhe first. IrI':. Hilnllni w\ore I ('Costt.lll' Illmallde of Ilttle lfaily lltlll'tills snd :iltl'fu 'l 1ed much comment'llt l as shi sold Sft l'urday's paper's f1 It'fro 1 Intls to $1 0achl. h1e "'.old ft111" illdi I ne1lar suII wffas realized for lhe btIenefit of tlhe popular fitf growingO' Olgalliza tion, th le Ilitt Tu'I nvu'll\ tr in. UNCLE SAM IS DOING ALL THAT HE C;AN To Relieve Unemployment. Private Agents Are Flayed. Groat Falls. "-'eb. 6.- "Is there a government e llupiiloymentL s.ervici- of fife it tthiis tIown'? S1uc1h ;was the (llquestion asked ia Iozelllanll resid'en( t fly a couplef of men1 who had just tdrifled into lown. Implelled largely ,by t:le riosity the Ilozt e ili1 n 1111' , alft erI directing thef 111 lin to 1he1( local of 'ic., continlluedt the conversatlion, "Why tdon1t you I ry a i private agenc' y? !h inqi r'ell d. "I got a job fl'ro)l the )governI' lel t agefnct' at IGreat Falls last annlnler, replied one of the menln, "land got a squarellll' deal ont bot1 enlds.. ['lle Silll is doing whaI t le rIca for the Sworking malln now:; hle hais 'oml plished o11ne thing at least. You don't find the 'hl'ree gang systen. in [Molln tanla a;ny more. \Where did you . ay Ilthat loffice was?, Tll is pinfi elpilomnized fIe' work Ithia theI 1'. S '. e plloy' lent sel'vice is trying to do: To give tie laborling llen of I[Montanat a "squarle deal at otIl nllds." Any humalllln endeav\or, he it great or -nuall, is judged by but onll e ,stanlidard, the setrvice it rln def's, aitl thl e i . . Elllll oy ent s'r vice is trying to reII(Ider reail service, to help h)ll the cnl loyer and the eniltllIIl HUGE HOAX WORKEO ON GERMAN SPIES I( B United Press.) l,onldonii. ian. 1,. - I ly Mail. I- - Tr['u'e spy yarns whh ilch l.ae works of t fiction insignificant are gradually be ing unfoldcd lby th, British secrlet( service. O(ne of fltese shows how I Great Britain put over ait huge hoax on GBerman spies tlind their govern-I ienit. At I1le outblreak of war tlhe English Chianniel was utiproteced biy Umines andi slbnlarine lIarlageo.. Neither was it possible to take the necessary precautions ill I tile and the adltii rally feared Ithat if ontoe tlhe enelmy was laware of this lack of (efellst, they would seek to mtake imtnediat'' uise of thieir i'-hoats. So k Ion-t-eed iadmliralty iff ictal dletaileld it palan, sliow\ ing hoiw ffecIt ively iht chi lil .ltun'l could he linited. The plan was given lo a pretended British trlaitor. who tolok it to Ger I,1 11 Hagii, 'ihu\\ ll 1i 111 e o vl. oll ve ltl Illelit. W\'ith linch secrecIy the "traitor" told thoe Getln that the admiralty haid ,neit'eded in, iiig the chainnel. The ige'lit al:ked fr proof andlt the 'ltraitior let llii, have a glimpse of the deotiied plan. linally lth Ger lulan offered t 1.. ll fill the planI. The offer was ti ptled. Every facllity . '.a- iithent secretly given Th .. (o r'ian agent, to get the plan to lhterlit 1 ihere the giovll irlliett I was so i :p ,sad with the "efftective Ssystemi " that it didnlt't attelmpt lfor ai long tilllo to illiade the Ch('itu t«l.. i that. timte lthe ritish admiray h:u l perfected its defense. SCHOOLS FIRST IN BUFFALO'S PLAN (Hl'y t'nited Press. I hllnutalo, N. Y., Fueb. 4.---Buffato Tilh progralm. worked out during Ih, willar by Supt. E C. i. arlwell, hats h,, t a dopted entire by the city couhn 'il and worlk on the first of the nlew ~,hool buildings is about to hegiln. The prograum promlises for itutffalo I41e elst physical plant possessed by ;ry rity in the United States. It in clitdes 12 intermediate schools, to ac '4ontulodate the seventh, eighth and ninth grades, five new grade build illngs. and one addition to a high S4 ]tool. TI'h building progran will not wait for lower prices. but will be pushed o ll e1 pletioni at once. Sup"l'ii ll t ildeint Hart well took cha igel, of the iluffalo schoils only a few monthlis ago, colminlg from St. Pail, whre' he had been instrumlental in puttling through a large building prlogramn. ie itumnediately began for inulalting a plan to putt Buffalo's I school system in the front rank. alnd carried loni an intensive pllublicity camplaigi;, calling public attention to the needs of the schools. Every civic Sbody and large club of the city joined in the demand for ratification of the .$8,000,000 plan. Attention! Free Press Ball Committee Take Notice IiThe following !er :lon Iar re letin office. 1o"l S Iih idaho, at 8 o'clock Thntsdady. Feh. i6: AI'riahamiison, I ni iley, Alder man, l'ietsch, \1 r", )1el)onald, Mrs. Hanion, Sultff., Mrs. ]Ken. nltdy.l, Whiteley, Iownv~., Mlarlill, Joe Carney. Whitil. Mrs. Mabie, lio.y Buckley, Tl'1ahP, Keithly, llrnswick, .ach'k -on, Hodges, Vickers, Sullivan, lroner.s, Spai lie, Johnson, Ninanon'., .lellette, Mye(l.s, J'Frank Pierce'. Murra y, Baker, Skelly, Ii nni: al. ITALIANS PROTEST ENTENTE POLICIES Forty Socialist Deputies Ab sent Themselves in Pro test Against Armies in Russia. By PA'll. \WALLA.\('E HANNA (Special ('orreslpendencet of The Call) Copyright, 1919, by Tlhe New York Call (The Worltingenlns a Co-opera tive Publishing Association.) Roine, Jan. 4.-- -lorty empnlty seats greeted Woodrow \Wilson when he faced the Italian chalutiher of depu ties last night. and heari'd himself ac claimed as the prophel of enduring pieace and justice, amiiiong peoples. They were the seat.s made vacant by delegates of the socialist party in protest against I he presence of Almerican andl elntentell ainies in Russia and agailnlst thie prosectution of socialist and labor leaders in the Uni;ii ed States. Agains the president of the United Stlate the Italian socialists cherish no personal ill will. \Vithin a few htoll at ter the "absent" dellonstrl ftil in the, Chambluer of Deputies I sat in the office of A\vanti and talked with ('onstantino Lzzari, secretary of Ithe Italiail socialist party and veteraln chalmpionl of the working class of the world. "We havIe writtenl ;in open letter to Mr. Wilson in which we explain in full the attitude it the Italian so cialists.' said Lazzatii, as lie spread before lte ia copy .,f thie revolution Iry jour'nal whos.. famnous editor, Serrati. is now in prisoll. "'See for yourse lf what the ei::,sor lhas done to our letter." Three white patclhes, symbols of tih trultih which ga,:, s offense to offi cil htoln, mlarked the colt titns ill which the open letter to Wilson was trinted. latzzarli gave Ine soime slips of paiper onl whihh were reprot'Illced the lilies which thoe ct.nsor had stris An out, and I havel passed them on, together with lhe mlllutilated copy of Avanti, to the president. The first etlpnrgatted section was it denuncition t of the Roman shellee to annllex all the eastern Adriatic shore, extend Italian hegemony over Greece and to plant the red, white and green flag otil he shores of Asia Minor. The secondl was an eulogy of the Russian atndl Ger'iman revolutions, and a decIlration that the Italian workers drew their chief inspiration front the rebellions Slavs and Tetn tons. The third replroached President Wilson for asking that national armies h- mitaintained sufficiently strlon g Ito preserIve domitestici order, Ia tiltrasa' i hic(h Lazzari said went , tyoii d ;AilS'y that Europeain s altesmen I hald e.,er dared eiilploy, Ihe latter having alw:is hIon careful to deny thlilat theiir:hli(o \i;we'lc meanl t 1 llto it down revollutions. GREAT PROSPERITY FOR NORTH DAKOTA Bismarl;, Ieh. 4. - Spealking at the Ibanqiluet (of1 I! I't 1 llleS' l'rý ss as0so ciation at ti .\l'lKellzir' hotel. Prof. E. b'. L.alld I.latl:,ir l tlihat he \i.a coin fident lti' l' tonomic iprograim of the. Nonpartiesi t1gn. would greatly in crease Nort h lilIota ' prosperily and result in 'it wig faster than allny Otller s.t;g i ti1" unllion dulring fthe next 10 it,1 ifi' 1 t- t .ilii inldustrial lmeasures tl· ' ,':-'v· ; li nistered," said D)r. i.tl. , ,1i,,1 I t'iol sure they will be, tht . Itl t I; imake farming profit i!, ! i:, first time, and every hir.il,, iii ut."resl in the state will h., ;! . I'result. The pro.gram ih>liin ,t « ii hill the cities as touch ,i I!1he, .=ili.c. 1 firmly believe that as a result oi! the passage of thesp nteasures -Nor.th Dakota will grow faster in tlih nixt 10 years than any ither stalte in the United States." At ltit,' cluiiluioin of his address, I)r. Laddtl \\ unanimously malde an tIhonorary nll inllllll of the People's Press asotot io Register, and get your friends to register, or you can't vote at the primaries in the spring election. Bulletin Boosters should patronize Bulletin advertisers. it'h 1llse of Good Hardware, Paints, Glass, Plumbing Goods, Dairy Supplies. Phone 956. 221 E. Park WiLL NOTlMET BOLSHEYIKIS Kolchak Government Is Ex pected to Decline to Con fer With the Workers at Princess Islands. Omak, Feb. 4.--In the absence of details, the Onisk government has not yet replied to the proposal ti" at tend a conference of the Russian fac tions on the Princess islands. Ad miral Kolehak, the head of the gov ernmelnt, however. has issued a prc laltation to llhe army in which he says there can be no thought of an armistice with the bolsheviki "'wvho crushed the nation, pillaged prop erty, defiled sanctuaries and massa cred the people." "It is possible to reach an accord with the various provisional govern ments, but wijh brigands, neve-,' the proclatmationi continues. Admiral Kolchak took a solemn oath to work for the salvation of Russia, when it is pacified to turn it over to the people, who will be free to decide the form of government they desire. He said that in the meantime the governmlent needed every assistance in the task of re habilitation. Leaders of the army took a simila oath. An imptressive ceremony tookl place in the ministry of justice when the supreme court founded by Peter the Great was reconistituted. The court will he the highest tribunal and also will examine into the codifica tion of laws affecting the land. The painting of formter Emperor Nicholas II. was removed and that of Alex ander II.. liberator of the serfs, hung in its place in the auditorium. Rep resentatives of various groups of the population attended the ceremony. ALLEGED VAGRANTS ALL APPEAL THEIR CASES Jessie Levett Decides to Take Case to District Court. E. G. Roller was fined $50 on a vagrancy charge yesterday in the police court, while C. G. Wayland was fined $10, Eva Connolly $10, Genevieve Stevens $10 and Jessie Levett, arrested as the proprietress of an alleged disorderly house at 9 East Merlcury street, was assessed $ 20. Notice of appeal was given in each case. Manuel Saatear and Arturo Ario, charged with bootlegging, were sent to thte county, jail, and A. Sasona and Joe Madna were sentenced to serve five days in the county jail. The lat ter two were charged with vagrancy. Janes Ileskeen, charged with dis turbance, was fined $5, and Frank Lawler, held on a drunk charge, also contributed $5 to the city treasury. Michael Joseph, charged with dis turbance, was assessed $5, and Ed Larson, charged with drunkenness, forfeited his bond of $5 by non-ap peatralce. Jerome Scheff. charged with va grancy, was fined $20, and A. Mara lich, an alleged vagrant, was sen tenced to 10 days in the county jail. CITY AND COUNTY GECORDS BIRTHS. Adldicont-To Mr. and Mrs. James Addicoat, 1620 South Warren ave nue, Feb. 2, a boy. IN DISTI(I' ('TCOURT. Probate - Madge B. Dugan ap pointed administrator of estate of Fred Herzog; Karl Kauppo appoint ed administrator of estate of Tova Tuman; Mrs. Lavina C. Gilman appointed administratrix of estate of( ,. IL. Oilman. I)EEDS REiCO)RDED. Ilelga Lenchow to William E. Busch. lots 1 and 2 and north half of northeast quarter, section 22. town ship 2 north, range 8 west, 163.30 acres; $1. Estate of Edmund Campeau, de ceased, to Lillie Campeau and fout minor children, lot 2, block 9, Mon tuna Avenue addition. William D. Thornton et al, to Da' id J, Charles, east 10 acres of Butte & Boston placer, the Hornet, Olivia, Hobbit, Gulf, Hope, Helen, Wilson, Marshall. Wrangle lodes; 1. V. It. Chenetti et ux. to Mary Johns, lot 25, block 12, Grand A\c nue addition; $1. Charles Copenharve et ux. to Den nis Shea, lot 7, block 6, Davis & Barnard addition; $1. Rudolph Probst et ux. to William Inch et ux.. lot 10, block 7, Ophir addition; $ 1. DID YOU WIN? The raffle for a lot for the benefit of Peter Nolan took place last night at Duffy's saloon, North Main street. Party holding ticket 223 won the lot and should call at 609 South Jack son street. NOTI[CE, The regular meeting of the Metal Mine Workers' union will be called to order at 7 o'clock this evening, in stead of 8. Bulletin Want Ads Get Results.. Phone 52 LIQO C A SES ALLHELD OVER Attorneys Ask for Continu ance in Prosecutions of Persons Charged With Prohibition Violations. Because of the unreadiness of lawyers to go to trial, the six cases in which violations of the state pro hibition law are involved were con tinued by order of Judge J. J. Lynch in the district court yesterday. The cases set for hearing were George N. Papp and others, Amanda Carlson, John T. Sullivan and oth ers, Ed Horgan and others and Ste phen Parker, William Collier, Mrs. Anna Hill and others. The state was represented by Deputy County Attorneys Frank Riley and A. C. Daniels. Because of the absence of Attor ney William Meyer at the legislature in Helena, the case against George N. Papp was continued until next Saturday. The case of Amanda Carlson was continued until next Monday morn ing. The case against John T. Sullivan was held over until Saturday morn ing. Edward Horgan's case went over until next Monday. In the case of Stephen Parker and William Collier, a continuance was granted until Feb. 17. The case of Mrs. Anna Hill went over until next Monday and that of J. W. Boulet was set for Feb. 18. SO A BLANK SHAME 0 0 The following from the pen of ir. Harris Turner, editor of Turner's Weekly, is aptly entitled, "Blank Verse on a Blank Shame." By HARRIS TURNER Down in the dirty hold I swelter, Restlessly tossing on my bed of pain To right and left of me, I see the forms Of wounded soldiers like myself, Coming home-coming home to Canada. Not many months ago I stood In front of Cambhrai, and saw the German host Melt like a pile of snow beneath the sun. I saw a thousand comrades fall and die For Canada, for justice and for right. Great men beside me uncomplain ing, died; Nor did they grudge their going for the cause. Some German metal tore my leg in two, and I, Bound up in miles of snow-white cloth, Came back to blighty. And now I'm going home, sweet home: It seemed to me that once on board the boat, The war forgotten and the tension gone, All would be well. LIpictured to my self Great clays on deck with comrades from the war, Filling up our lungs with the salt laden air; Filling our hearts with hopes of wel come home: Rank, forgotten; red tape cast aside. But the free breezes of the restless sea Are not for me, nor for those wound ed men Whose pallid faces, upturned to the deck, Tell misery's tale. My thoughts distracted from the tasteless meal; There filters to my ears from the decks above, The sound of laughter, free and un restrained, And% Private Smith, who also caught the sound, Turns in his hampered bunk and curses loud: "Oh, damn them; damn them all," he groans; "Three years in Piccadilly and a week in France, And yet the whole accommodation of the ship Is there's to tramp at will. I asked the doctor when he came today, If I could find a chair upon ahe deck, And see the seaguls and the passing ships He laughed and said: 'The officers, you know, and nurses, Must not be ruffled by the sight of men With clumsy crutches and unsightly scars.' Oh, damn them-damn them all." Poor Smith, I knew him long ago; He taught a country school near Winnipeg. He fought two years in France anti licked no boots: The man, whose laugh he heard from decks above, Was coming back to Canada rather than Revert from his exalted rank . of Major To the law, servile rank of Captain. Alas! does Britain's might restson the fact That some poor dupes were fools enoughlto fight? We fought four years against the junker class To travel homeward 'neath the kings of snobcraft. TWO MORE CANDI DATES HAVE FILED Two more candidates filed for pri mary nominations yesterday for city offices in the persons k)f David J. O'Connor, for city treasurer, and T. J. McAuliffe, for police magistrate. Mr. O'Connor is at present chief deputy sheriff under Sheriff John K. O'Rourke and is widely known in Butte, where he has made his home for years. Mr. McAuliffe lives at 1650 Harrison avenue and is an en gineer. He served the unexpired term of Justice Carlisle in South Butte. PESTHOUSE NOT NOW NECESSARY Silver Bow County Has Not a Single Case of Conta gious Disease. Will Re open if Found Needed. For the first time in Silber Bow county's history there is not a case of contagious disease in the city. And the county pesthouse was temporarily closed by the county commissioners yesterday. There was a dual purpose in tak ing this action. One was economy. for the institution costs the county several thousand dollars a year. The other is that it is not needed. The pesthouse will be kept in readiness for the reception of any contagious case which might de velop. Speaking of this' new departure, Dr. P. H. McCarthy, secretary of the county board of health, said yester day: "The results of enforced vaccina tion which we inaugurated a year ago is having the beneficial result expected. The closing of the pest house should be an incentive to the public further to aid us by co-op-er ating with the vaccination regula tion. More than 300 cases, the mna jority smallpox, were taken care of at the pesthouse last year. The Bulletin Does Job Printing Make our banking rooms your MONEY HIEAD QITARTElRS. Kindly bear in mind that we do not ask you to spend any mloliey or to buy any thing. You are out noth ing, but alhead a greatl deal by establishing the banking habit. YEGEN BROS. asks you to join its rapidly grow ing family of thrifty, prudent csto m er s. When you once have started building up a hbalance in a bankbook, you'll keep going. Will you mlake that start? It's easy, and think of how much that start will eventually mrean to you! Four per cent paid on savings ae lcoi unlts and certificates of deposit. CAPITAL $100.000.00 Boxing Wrestling AT Lockhart & Crowley's GYMNASIUM 39 E. BROADWAY E-A-T At the SPOKANE CAFE WHERE EATING IS A PLEASURE T-E Spokane Cafe Sanm Ind ,John Kenoffel, Proprietors. AT THE LYRIC 213 E. PARK. TODAY "BONDMAN" In Five Parts, Featuring WILLIAM FARNUM Also a Two-Part Comedy. WEDNESDAY "IRON TEST WITH THE RED MASK" (Two parts.) Two parts "STINGAREE" Full of pep. Two-part comedy. KIDDIES-We have always a comedy.