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Rear .1. E. WiELCH'S
At Walker's Old Branch
CORNER PARK AND ARIZONA
Opein rorn 6 a. m. to 12 p1. iii.
CONNELY & PEIRLINCK, Managers
(Two returned soldiers)
A Lunch Room for Men That's Hard to Beat
Soft Drinks, Cigars, Tobaccos
220 American I. W. W. to Be
Deported Back to U. S.
anal Governments to Pay
London, Feb. 18.-The British
government is preparing to follow
suit after the United States in the
deportation of I. W. W. members, ac
cording to an announcement issued
here. Two hundred and twenty
members of the British branch of the
I. W. W. are being held here to be
returned to the United States.
The holding of the English "Wob
blies" resulted from a raid upon the
general office at 29 Theobald road.
Membership records were seized as
well as other evidence. Among the
seizures was a proclamation ad
dressed to the Foreign Jews' Pro
tection committee, protesting against
the deportation of political prisoners.
Another document seized protested
against the conscription of Jews.
The government has also an
nounced that it has traced an I. W.
W. revolutionary plot fund of $50,000
for use in Ireland back to Kelly's sa
loon, 17 State street, Chicago. The
government has also, it is claimed,
discovered another secret I. WV. W.
communication between Chicago,
Boston, New York and Dublin and
It was also revealed by the gov
ernment that there is a close connec
tion between the American I. W. W.
and the Sinn Feiners at Belfast and
the strikers at Glasgow.
While no doubtxmuch of this is
the fancy of rumor, the news that I.
W. W. men are to be swapped with
the United States is rather amusing.
Apparently deportation acts are re
troactive. When nations begin to de
port their thinkers, they learn that
thought is international. Britain, in
getting back its native-born I. W.
W.s from America, and America ;n
receiving the 220 recruits from Brit
ain, will merely accomplish an ex
change. Capitalists will soon learn
that deportation, like prison sen
tences, is a two-edged sword.
Sulslivan-Patrick it., the 3-month
old beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Sullivan, died this morning. The fu
neral will take place at the family
residence, 38 East La Platte street,
tomorrow (Wednesday) afternoon at
2 o'clock. Interment in Holy Cross
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828 North Main Street
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Undertakers and Embalmers
188 East Park St., Butte. Phone 888
Resldence Phone 4317.W.
Auto and CArriage Equipment
In the district court of the Second
Judicial district of the state of
Montana in and for the county of
In the matter of the application of
the Schumacher company, a cor
poration, for a judgment of disso
To all whom it may concern:
You and each of you will please
take notice that on Jan. 23, 1919, a
voluntary petition praying that the
Schumacher company, a Montana
corporation, be dissolved by the
judgment of the above entitled court,
was filed in the above entitled court
and matter and that any person may
file his objections to the application
in said court and matter at any time
within 30 days after the first publi
cation of this notice.
Date4 Jai, 23, 1919.
(Seal.)' OTIS LEE,
By Leonard E. Thomas, Deputy.
Clerk of the above entitled court.
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Giristaa rush? _ _
While Wilson Is on Fur
lough Little Will Be Done.
Conference Opened Just
One Month Ago.
By ED l. KEEN.
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
Paris, Feb. 18.-The peace con
ference is expected to mark time un
til President Wilson returns from
his brief furlough to the United
While the foundation for peace
settlement has been firmly laid the
conferees realize the structure can
not be completed without the guid
ance of a spokesman of the people
totally disinterested in European af
Work on the details of various
problems will continue during the
president's absence, but, it is under
stood no momentous decisions will be
made until he again takes his seat at
the peace table, probably the middle
of next month.
The peace conference opened just
a month ago. In that month events
moved faster than even the most
sanguine delegate believed possible.
Yet there are countless problems,
large and small, of which the confer
ence has barely scratched the sur
In the solution of these the con
ferees will be confronted by con
stantly overlapping and conflicting
claims necessitating the presence of
an international umpire for which of
fice Wilson is admitted by the con
ferees themselves and the European
people as well, to have qualified.
The menace of militarism appar
ently has been removed so far as
enemy countries are concerned.
The new armistice terms accepted
Sunday by Germany, it is understood.
render her absolutely impotent in a
military way while her allies have
been helpless since they first signed
their respective armistices.
ARMISTICE SIGNED BY
HAIBI'S BREADTH ONLY
By FRANK J. TAYLOR.
(United Press Staff Correspondent. I
Weimar, Feb. 18.--Intervention of
German party leaders is all that pie
vented the armistice being broken
off at the last minute, it has just
The cabinet had decided it was im
possible to accept the new conditions
and only changed its attitude after
strong representations by political
spokesmen of the German people.
After determining the terms were
too drastic, the cabinet resolved to
call in party leaders for endorsement
of its position before definitely order
ing Chairman Erzberger of the arm
istice commission not to sign the re
The politicians, however, took op
posite views and eventually suc
ceeded in persuading the cabinet to
reverse its decision.
Foreign Minister Brockdorff-Rant
zau, thereupon resigned, but later
decided to remain if the government,
rather than he personally, should
"take the responsibility for the con
FEW WOMEN LEAVE
JOBS WAS MADE THEM
(Special United Press Wire.
s New York. Feb. 18.-Of the wornm
- en who held jobs during the war less
than 10 per cent will leave their po
sitions now. Dr. Kirchwey, director
of the United States employment
service in New York state, declared
TO BE DEPORTED
Secretary Wilson Makes An
Foreigners Who Advocate
Washington, Feb. 18. -- Aliens
found advocating destruction of prop
erty or overthrow of the government
by force will be deported under the
provisions of the immigrant act of
Feb. 5, 1917.
The announcement was made to
day by Secretary of Labor Wilson in
a letter sharply. rebuking Micrometer
lodge No 360, International Assocti
ation of Machinists of Brooklyn, for
protesting against the deportation of
58 "alien radicals." The secretary
denied that the aliens were being de
ported without due process of law
and asserted they had been given fair
Mr. Wilson reiterated his previous
ly announced decision that no person
would be arrested simply for joining
the I .W. \V., but an alien advocat
ing sabotage or anarchy would be de
ported, and said:
"It is my intention to carry out the
clear provisions of the law; first, be
cause it is my sworn duty to do so,
and, second, because any foreigner
who comes to this country and advo
cates overthrow of our form of gov
ernment by force is an invading en
emy. who is treated with great len
iency when he is simply deported to
the land from which he came.
"When our own citizens desire to
change the form of government, they
can do so peaceably in the manner
provided by the constitution. The
- man who cannot be depended upon to
- vote right cannot be depended upon
i to shoot right."
t Mr. Wilson called the union's at
tention to the fact that passage of the
immigration act was strongly sup
ported by the American Federation
of Labor, "of which you are a part."
(Continued From Page One.)
House and discuss the league of na
He stated that his reasons are
that he and the president are funda
mentally at odds regarding the
league plan and that he couldn't al
low himself to be bound by a con
fidential discussion, no part of which
he could later use in argumnent or
public discussion. His action has
created a great stir at the capital.
So far he is the only member of
the house or senate foreign relations
committee declining the president's
invitation. Strong pressure is being
brought to bear on him to recon
Poindexter will disregard the pres
ident's expressed wish that debate be
deferred and that they begin the
discussion of the league before the
His speech is expected to be fol
lowed by speeches from liorah, C'um
mins and Reed, all hostile to the
Their criticisms may call for re
ply from administration leaders.
Therefore, the senate is likely to be
plunged into the very sort of debate
President Wilson sought to avoid by
his invitation to the two committees.
Administration leaders are con
sidering measures for curbing talk.
Poindexter announced that he plans
to attack articles 8. 12. 18 and 19
of the proposed league's consitution.
WILL ATTACK LEAGUE.
Article eight. Poindexter said,
gives to the league a power which
the Anmerican constiution never gave
the president, congress and all other
government agencies combined.
The power will take away from
the people the right to fix the size
of this army and navy ilr their own
way. He objects to article 12 on
the ground that it transfers to for
eign powers every question which
might affect American independence.
The safety, honor or existence of
this article provides for arbitration
or inquiry by the league's executive
Article 18 again invades the sov
e'rignty of the United States, Poin
dexter said, by giving the league
control over conlmnerce in armns and
DESTROY MONROE DOCTRINE.
His objection to article 19 is that
it will in time destroy the Monroe
doctrine and would entail sending
American armed forces into all parts
of the world.
Poindexter today decided to post
pone his speech until tomorrow after
a conference with other oppolmnents
of the league.
Borah said he would follow Poin
dexter in the opposition talk fest.
I FIVE KILLED WHEN
SPARTS GET NUREMBURB
GCeneva, Feb. 18.-The Spartacans
t occupied Nuremburg, it is reported
d in dispatches. Five persons were
killed in the fighting.
At Last Moment Germany
Again Obeys Demands
and All Is Peace Again
for Indefinite Period.
Paris, Feb. 18. - .Marshal Foch
yesterday afternoon informed the
supreme council of the acceptance by
the Germans of the conditions for a
renewal of the armistice.
The renewal of the armistice was
signed at 6:30 o'clock Sunday eve
ning in Marshal Foch's private car,
according to a dispatch received from
Two notes were handed to Marshal
Foch by Mathias Erzberger, when
the renewal of the armistice was tak
en up at Treves. One note concerned
employment of the German mercan
tile marine for various purposes.
while the other was longer and con
tained several requests, including the
release of German prisoners and the
maintenance of economic intercolre I
between Germany and occupied Ger
Under terms for renewal of the
armistice as presented to the Ger
mans by Marshal Foch, Germany
must abandon all offensive move
ments against the Poles. And also
must prohibit her troops from cross
ing the Russian frontier at a certain
The line of demarcation between
Germany and Poland is outlined as
East of Grosser Noudorf (south
east of Bromberg), south of Labis
chin, south of Schodziesen, north of
Exin (southwest of Bromberg);
south of Sann, north of Czarikau
i (east of Kreuz). west of Birnbaum
and Bentscheu (west of Posen .
SWoolstein, Lissa and north of
Wiernszow and thence along the
frontier between Silesia and Poland.
(This line of demarcation gives to
Poland a considerable part of Ger
It was provided by the terms that
the armistice must be renewed for
an indeterminate period with a fixed
delay of three days for denunciation.
'T'he old terms are to be carried out
completely by Germany.
The German delegates reached
Treves Friday morning and Marshal
Foch arrived at noon. The first dis
cussion was at 3 o'clock and was be
gun by Marshal Foch. Mathias Erz
berger spoke first for the Germans.
REPUBLICANS WANT TO
HE NAMED JUDGES
Protest Against Appoint
ments Made for Munic
Arrangements for the coming civic
campaign were made at a meceting of
the republican central city commit
tee, held in the Hirbou" block, last
evening. The meeting was called by
J. S. Wulf, chairman of the commit
tee, for the purpose of presenting
names for judges and clerks to serve
in the municipal election.
It was claimed at the meeting that
the city council in selecting judges
and clerks had ignored the repub
licans. A committee consisting of .1.
S. Wulf, W. E. Carroll. Joseph Grif
tin, Floyd Fluent and C. F. Juttner,
was named to interview city officials
with the object of having this matter
readjusted if possible. A conmmittee
was also named to locate headquar
ters. A meeting will be held next
TWO THOUSAND YANKS
REACH THE STATES
(Special United Press Wiie.)
Newport News, Feb. 18. -- lTh
transport Mercury arrived today with
2,000 men, mostly from Kentucky
Washington, Oregon and California
Among those aboard are the Sixty
ninth (Oregon) coast artillery andt
Battery E of the Sixty-first coast art
Others on board are the Fifty
fourth ammunition train, Eight Hun
dred Thirty-fifth stevedore company,
Bordeaux convoy detachment, No. ui.
They will land tonight.
$150,000 FIRE IN
OREGON TOWN TODAY
ISpecial United Press Wire.)
Marshfield, Ore., Feb. 18. -- A
Shundred a nd fifty thousand dollar
fire practically destroyed an entire
block in the business district early
today. 'There were many thrilling
is rescues from the five-story Lloyd
'e It is believed a man named Ingram
One Cent N'o Ad Lesq
A Word Than It
in Advance L A SSCents.
When you nlCeed a l)boy
to ull erranllsd or do
office work, you want
a bright, ecat looking
chap--one who is al
ways 1)roUl1t aid
court eOUs-W1ilhl a
sense of rCsl)Ollsibil
ity in all his duties.
'i'hat's i the kitld ni' bh y
the lIihlletin \\itll-.\d
l'illgi . The alesi,
Swide-awvake boy wlho is
\w'u'rli ii('is hi Ila('ce oUI'
Pemnluylehllt l' l fi the
\\allnt (,ultiiums of' the
I lulle in.
' MALE HELP WANTED
ARE YOU SICK OR CRIPPLED?
A few treatments of CHIROPRAC
TIC will relieve you. At any rate
give it a trial. Quit drugs. Avoid
the operation. See Flora W. Emery,
Room 9 Silver Bow block.
1" RETURNED SOLDIERS wishing to,
it advertise for work can use the
want ad columns of the Daily Bui
ii letin free of charge. Do not be
11 backward in taking advantage of this
offer, we are glad to be of service to
MIDDLE aged lady wants work; pre
fer housekeeping. Call 132 W.
Copper after 10 a. in. Sunday.
S FOR RENT
FOR RENT--Store and living rooms
in rear; cheap. Apply 1125 E. Sec
ond st. Phone 3231-W.
FOR RENT--4 acres, 5-room house
and chicken houses; 5 minutes'
walk from car line. Inquire 915 Del
y CITY EGGS, 75c dozen. 215 W. Mer
t- cury or the Big Green Coop, Co
g lumbus ave.
UNREDEEMED watches at a sac
at rifice at Uncle Sam's Loan office.
ý< 11 S. Wyoming st.
BANK PRESIiENT IS
CHARGED WITH FRAUD
(Special United PrIess Vire.)
Minneapolis, Feb. 18. - Charles
\Wyant, p)resident of I : Minnesota
state banks, and William Schafer,
pro motel, were arrested today
charged with defrauding depositors.
Wyant's bank shortages is esti
mated at $700,000 by means of
worthless notes and wildcat stocks.
The 13 banks were closed by the
state banking superintendent.
OUSTED FROM COUNIIL
(Special United Press Wire.)
San Francisco, Feb. 18-Members
of the local Boilermakers' union, a
great many of whom remained at
work steadily in the shipyards,
awoke this morning to learn their
union had been ousted from the Iron
Trades council. The action was
taken last night because the local
failed to order 150 of its men back
to work in "outside" shops.
'the capitalist will always follow
the flag--his own flag ----the flag of
the alminghty (dollar: In America
he will boost the Stars and Stripes;
in France the Tricolores; in Ger
many the imperialists' banner, pro
vided that either of these flags as
sure him of prolit and gain and
Bulletin Phone No. Is 52
FOR RENTl--Rooms. 225 S. Dakota
st. Phone 4932-W.
FRONT room suitable for one or two
men, with or without board. 110
S. Idaho st.
FOR RENT---Rooms; $2.00 per
week. 225 S. Dakota. Phone
FURNISHED rooms for rent, $1.50 a
week or $6 a month, at the
Gagnon House, 10 E. Gagnon.
WHY hunt rooms, when you can get
them in any part of the city at any
price. Muller hotel, opposite Mil
waukee depot, phone 777. Stevens
block, 144 W. Park, phone 755. Dor
othy block, 101 E. Granite., p. 457.
One management, Mrs. E. Paxson.
FOR RENT--Two furnished rooms
for housekeeping. 716 Madison St.
2 FURNISHED) housekeeping rooms
with bath. 510½ W. Galena.
2-ROOM furnished house; pantry;
closet and screened hack porch,
$17 a. month. 1804 Massachusetts st.
FOR RENT--Three-room house. fur
nished. 259 Walnut st. $15 per
month. Inquire 2300 Locust st.
Take car No. 1.
GARAGES FOR RENT
LARGE BTJILDING. good location
for garage; close in. 1424-26-28
Harrison ave. Apply James M. Ab
rams, on property. Will lease.
1 FOR SALE OR TRADE--Thirty
acres of land in Washington; sosme
improvements. By owner, 332 E.
Park at. Phone 5936.
, 5-ROOM house on two lots; a bar
gain. Apply owner, 1945 S. Wy
e oming st. Phone 5403-J.
o FOR SALE--3-room house and one
or two acres, near Lake Avoca;
city water. Terms. Address A. F. F.,
REYNOLDS & SYPHER
- Real estate, fire insurance, at lowest
rates. Money to loan on real
estate. Phone 1665, 84-85 twslel
s' WILL HAZEL NUT please phone 5:
c or call and ask for the editor. It
DON'T FORGET the Lady Barbers
at the Fair Barber Shop. 329 V_
South Arizona. St.
HAVE your children's hair cut at
r- E. J. Swaidner's barber shop
ý- 133% W. Broadway.
IF YOU DON'T SEE WHAT YO' WANT ADVERTISE FOR IT
HAS DEDUCED OUTPUT
No Department Closes Down
Fully Save Concentrator.
Latter to Resume.
Anaconda, Feb. 1 .--T--'he W.shot
smelter Is now r~:uing at 60 per cent
capacity on the curtailed production
basis. No department, withi the ex
ception of tIhe collcenltrator, shut
down during the labor troubles in
Butte. The concentrator was forced
to cease operations because of the
lack of ore, but will resume work in
a few days, just as soon as shipments
of rock from Butte will warrant.
MILL AND SMELTERMEN
HAVE BDIC MEETING
A large and enthusiastic gather
ing at MI. M. W. U. hall, 101 South
Idaho street last night demonstrated
that the strike has had its benefits.
The mill, smeltermen and surface
workers are now organized and are
affiliated with the M. M. W. U.
It was decided to hold meetings
every Friday night in the future.
Temporary officers are in charge
for one month when permament of
ficials will be elected.
There was a good attendance last
night and all of the mills and smelt
ers in the camp were represented.
Still on the Job
PRICES ON FURNITURE
CAN AFFORD TO PAY
105 WEST GALENA ST.
"The New Second-Hand Store"
- FIVE THOUSAND WORKERS
wanted to buy $5 worth of stock
in The Bulletin Publishing Co.
FOUND-Ladies' muff. Identify and
S pay for this ad. Apply Secretary
SMetal Mine Workers' union, 101 S.
COME to 3291/ S. Arizona and have
your Columbia or Victor records
xexchanged for 10 cents.
MONEY TO LOAN
t -- - ·
t. MONEY advanced on Liberty binds,
diamonds, watches, jewelry and
other articles of value; square deal.
People's Loan office, 28½ E. Park.
MONEY LOANED at 3 per cent. Dia
monds, jewelry, Liberty bonds.
Mose Linz, upstairs jeweler.
, CHILE PARLORS
b- Friends we feed,
Friends we meet,
Come to the "Pony"
Chile to eat.
THE CLASSIC CHILI PARLOR, 210
N. Main st. Chili, light lunches,
etc. Open day and night.
AUTOS FOR HIRE.
y_ SEVEN-PASSENGER Chandler Se
dan. A. G. Nynian. Phone 5642-J.
Pianos Tuned and Repaired
GUYON. 600 S. Clark Ave. 6585-J.
ial LOUVRE cafe--All meals reduced.
e Special dinner 30c. 10 WV. Galena.
= Hemstitching and Braiding
BRAIDING, hemstitching and picot
2 ing. 101 Pennsylvania block. M.
m- E. Benedict.
CLEANERS AND DYERS
AMERICAN Dyeing & Cleaning Wks.
1341 Harrison ave. Phone 131.
at LEWIS & WALKER, assayers and
ip, chemists, 108 N. Wyoming. Phone
FORBID POLES TO
ATTACK THE CERMANS
By FTIED S. FERGUSON.
t(nited Press Stall Correspondent.)
Paris, Feb. 18. - Allied commis
sioners, designated to formulate the
additional armistice conditions with
Germany, have practically completed
their work, it is learned.
The armistice renewal, signed
Sunday, is essentially provisional. A
definite agreement, containing addi
tional military and naval terms, will.
be submitted as soon as the conlmis
sioners finish their task.
Germany, rendered impotent by
new and subsequent military regu
lations,, will be protected by the al
lies from outside aggression. Fochl
sent a telegram to Warsaw last night
forbidding the Poles to attack Ger
ON WOODROW, T00
(Special United Press Wire.)
Washington. Feb. 18. -- Senator
Vardaman today assailed President
Wilson for asking congress to refrain
from debate on the league of nations.
a'If the president had thought
more of the American people and
their interests and less of his person
al triumphs, he would have said to
them, 'discuss. analyze. dissect, tear
to pieces the league of nations so
the people may be fully informed on