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22 SOUTH MAIN ST. TWO DOORS BELOW RIALTO THEB.T.R
For Saturday Only
Two Large 25
315 SOUTH MAIN STREET
*: 1 PPANTS SALE I
| ALL-WOOL, HEAVY MATERIAL, worlh $2 25 I
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SFINI: ASSO) TMIENT OF 1)IIESS PA\NTS'IS, (,
ni* 'ich y.' Sit; prices ~ *3.00) lo $800 I
= ORDER YOUR SUIT FOR ST. PATRICK'S DAY NOW I
I BIG 4 TAILOR---17 West Park St. I
I S. & H. GREEN TRADIIG STAMPS
aggagiggggainnHn M MniiM M/iilWiiRinnnnnlnnnina,
FAST COLORAS, all
sizes, per pair- .. 2
"FOOT WARiMERI all-wool
casIIere hose, pet 45 c
.IAPANESE FTIIlItl SILK
HOSE, 75e value, per 49
pair ........................ c
ALL COLORS. shades, fancy
patternls and stripes, 89C
$1.50 to $2 values, for,...
GOOD, HEAVY, RIBBED UN
1)EIlWEAR, Shirts or 79
drawers, garment ............. I
14-oz. IMIPORTED FRENCH
SE .GE, $30.00 suit$19,85
r G ..... ..................... $1
IIARDI FINISH WORSTED,
fancy patterns, $15.00
GENUINE CHIPPEWA SHOE,
$5.00 value, $3.45
SPLENDID DIGGERS, box calf
uppers, two full soles, double
stitch. vamp, ..$2 .55
for .............................. $ 2 .5 5
I)IGGERS, with veal calf up
pers, chrome elk soles; this
value cannot be $2 95
equalled in P .tte.......
The store of real values
34 E. Park St.
508 W. Park St.
S. &, H. STAMPS
WHY GO UP TOWN?
We carry a full line of grocer
.ies, vegetables and fruits in
H ALLEN'S GROCERY
Phone 242 1204 E. 2nd St.
Bulletin Want Ada Get
SResulte Phone : 52
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A IK\/ AN UNFORTU LCK
/ UNFRTU- //iA RAGING
A KICK 4ATE BIRO Worm - Pity / "s
A JUNGLE Bug op-Gee VEN ON.CES A DISCOVERY / The Down - the poor blind
JOKE I donB ug how V C The ,own b -r s mole. k n ow.
Bug Po Foum - He-- and-Outer-- Sayos
Flymiand-Outer, help ay Bug - Oh, I I have to stay
Ha, ha, this theyexpect one Gracious here don't know.
pomu.ti a b hak inn ubes are a i Ien active vol. his winter feath- 5 1 1 Think of all afm the-- l ue of hck
must be what r Picemanto ItI l but tsesea-r fellow e In noorsa topes
ity trey. calfa this. , "//"r u fhock sights he don't and dogge
lke thi. / great conveni- -and. -ogs,
ily ree.have to see.
-MY LOSS -
On neccount of ill health in nly
family, I am selling out my
All Stock Fixtures
Come and get some real bar
gains in Men's, Ladies' and
Children's Shoes; Men's Un
derwear, Hals, Caps, Shirts,
Overalls, Gloves, Umlbrellas,
Jewelry, Watches, P o c k et
Knives and Merchandise of all
sorts. Store Fixtures are al
so for sale.
A recently arrived shipment of
goods contracted for somen time
ago, (an order which could(l not
be canceled) will be sold at be
low actual cost.
Franeis J. Early
715-717-710 FRIONT STREET
This is the best place in town
for you to trade. The LARG
EST STOCK and the LOWEST
A Square Deal
I Appreciate Your Trade
Palace Clothing and
53-55 EAST PARK ST.
YOU CAN CUT THE
HIGH COST OF
by going to the
18 E. Park St.
Slecl[ Ia i larl Sale, $ 25
No. 10 eaii lard._h . iu
The Workingman's Friend
GOOD MEAT CHEAP
See Our ~ilndow for Prices
STTE FAIR TO
Event Will Be Known As
Victory Exposition; War
to Be Forgotten Week of
Sept. 8 to 13:
Helena, Feb. 28.-The 1919 Mon.
tants state fair, Sept. 8 to 13, will
be known as the victory exposition, it
flas been decided by the directors of
the fair, who are in session in Helena
at the office of Secretary Horace S
"The trials, troubles and vicissi
tudes of war will be forgotten for the
moment. and the. glorious, trium
phant spirit of victory and peace wil'
enaracterize the thousands of exhibil
and amusement features," said Sec
retary lEnsign. "Bands, bands ga
lore, will be in all sections of the
grounds, and the singing of folk
state and national songs by profes
sional artists, quartets and grand
stand patrons, accompanied by th(
bands, is calculated to develop a spir
it of patriotism such as has never
yet been felt by a peace-loving com
Secretary Ensign announces lthi
appointment of Miss Alice Nolson of
Livingston, former chief stenogra
pher in the state fair office, as ab
sistant secretary, succeeding P,. J.
Paulson, who resigned to accept a
position with the International HIar
-ester company in Chicago. Misp
Nelson, who has been in the office a
considerable time, is very familiar
with the work and is well qualified
for the position.
The ihAnual election of officers will
be held at a Ineeting soon, when it. is
hoped to have all five directors pr:,.
ent. Pat Carney of Waterloo, presi
dent of the board, and I)irectors Sid
J. Coffee of Missoula and W. M.
Bliggs are in attendance.
The directors have completed the
copnilation of the premiumil list for
the annual explosition. Presentll indi
cations are that tih fair will be olit
of Ithe most successful eve-r held in
llh opinion or the president. The'
legislature will not. follow the recoin
nl(l(dation of the board andIii a)ppro
priate funlds for the erection of a new
buildling, but it is thought that by a
re-arrangeiment of space the exhibits
can be cared for without much
crowdling. By April 1 it is expected
that the premium lists will be off
the press andt ready for distribution.
Register, and get your
friends to register, or you can't
vote at the primaries in the
Bulletin Boosters should patronize
Have your watch put into
good running order by our
Main aSprings, $1.00
Cleaning - - $1.50
This is the only Butte jew
elry shop that gives green
trading stamps with pur
73 E. PARK rT.
If You Can't Come
Grocery and Meat Store
64 E. BROADWAY
We have the best that
IImoIiie' (1!an bty in 'rcesl
killed clhickels, Ipime
beel', 1po)k, :eal awld imit
$100 reward will be paid to any
one proving we do not put in the
best mainsprtig for $1. Mayer, 37
North Main street.---Adv,
Filend's of the lat,' Mrs. Emma
Jane Prisk paid tribute to her mem
ory yesterday afternoon when funer
al services were held at a local un
dertakers. Rev. F. ('. Fulford con
ducted the services M:any beauit
ful floral offefings were received
from friends Of the de parted. Dur
ing the services Mrs. \\'alter Johns
sang "Face to Face." while a special
choir sang a requli tm. Fred Varkcr
Joseph T. Steinhart. formerly oe
this city, but now forieman of the
Sloan shipbuilding yards in north
Seattle. is in the city andl yesterday
appeared before Judlge Edwin M.
Lamb as plaintiff in an action against
Martin Werner and others to recover
money alleged to be due for material
and labor expended in the Werner
apartments. Judge llllamb lo th
ease under advisement.tlll
Don't wait until your blood is im
poverishbd and you are sick and ail
ing. Take Hollister's Ilocky Moun
tlain tea now. It' will drive out the
germs of winter, purify the stdotach,
regulate the bowels. Nature's spring
tonic cleanser. Family drug store
Mrs. A. S. Christie will deliver an
address on "Parliamentary Usage vs
lied Tape" at the \Womran's Christian
l'menerl'ance union meoling in the
First Presbyterian church cottage
this afternoon. The hostesses will be
Mesdames 1r. Bowden, Mary Young,
J. S. I)utton and Mrs. Morgan.
An injunction and retraiting or
der was yesterday issued by Judge
J. V. D)wyer at the instance of County
Attorney Joseph Ii. Jackson against
Joseph O. Wlliamis, owner of the
Windsor block, 9 East Mercury, and
Jessie Leavitt, a tenant, to prevent
the use of the building for ptrposes
described as a nuisance.
Eleven applicants for second class
certilicates to teach took examina
tions yesterday before County Su
perintendent Mrs. Nellie Small. An
exita ination for first class certificates
was hell Ioday, live applicants hav
ing been enrolled at the office of lthe
Butte railroad officials and friends
of the late Mrs. W. II. Merriman dur
ing her 'residence in this city at
tended the funeral of the beloved
matron in Helena yesterday. Among
those who went front Butte to attend
the services are: Mrs. A. U. Currie,
Mrs. Charles, Austin, Mr. antd Mrs.
Frank'Gllasser, Mr. andl Mrs. Dave
Wilder, I)r. a'nd Mrs. Chevigny, Mr.
and Mrs. John A. MeMillan, Charles
Murphy; Fred Wier, J. H. McQueen
ey, W. 3.'Critvath, C. II. Mitchell anO
Mrs. Kate flail says: "i have kept
house 15 years;'ayiit the 'tother of
four children,- and I would not keep
house without Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tia."' 'Wise woman, why?
Drives away sickness, brings health
and happiness to the whole family.
Family drug store.-Ady.
Butte relatives of Paul Golombeck,
who was shot and killed by police of
ficers at Idaho Falls while resisting
arrest, have comipleted arrangements
for funeral service's to be held in
Butte Saturday. Golombeck wast 24
years of age and had been a resident
of Butte for a number of years.
MAURICE F. KILEY
1100 W. Woolman. Phone 2010-J.
Cement Work, Cemetery Copings,
Sanitary Sewers and Foundations.
DEATHS AND FUNIERAIA.
Wh:te-The funeial of Montana,
the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles White, will 'talie place at
Daniels & Bilboa's funeral chapel to
morrow afternoon at, 2:30, instead of
on Sunday afternoon as was previ
ously announced. Interment in Mount
Moran-The remains of John MIo
ran, who died yesterday, age 61
years, are at Daniels & Bilboa's un
dertaking parlors, pending instruc
tions from relatives.
Ileute--Elizabeth, wife of Charler
Router, (lied yesterday, yge 38 years.
The funeral will be held at Daniel:;
& Bilboa's funeral chapel tomorrow
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment in
Mount Moriah cemetery.
DANIELS .& BILBOA
Undertakers and Embalmers
125 Ept Park St., Butte. Phone 888
Residence Phone 4817-W.
Auto and Carr1i quilpment
(Golomlbeck - 'The funeral of the
late Paul Golombeck, aged 24 years,
will take place tomorrow (Satur
day) morning at 10 o'dlock at Dug
gan's undertaking Parlors. Inter
ment in H1oly Cross' cemetery.
Reliable Undertaker L.!nbalmimer
822 North I i Iree
Phon. .s ".
Our New Store
At 135 S. Main St.
Will Open Tomorrow
ThI sam( S igh bi t hi kevI (1noous will be intaiiii n
iI 11c 11 i ,I' \\'t~,i s I ':I.'1.r q '. sl i.,e is loi Id l'ir.
MANHATTAN BAKERY 205 W. Park St.
A 135 S. Main St.
ELKS' MINSIITREL STAD
DRAWS A $10 FINE
The final reheasal of the Elks'
minstrel show was given this morn
ing in colurt of Police Judge P..I.
WVhltty. A man who gave his name
as Dennis Hayes, thought he was
billed as the start of last night' .
show at the Broadway and forthwith
started the hall rolling by throwing
a few Kaklalberries, or hen fruit.
The man must have lots of the root
of evil ( meaning lloney) io wasto,
the way merchants charge in thi.s
town for eggs.
Ile told his honor he was just out
for a good tilme and( meant no harlll.
lie also stated that he mnent the fruit
for Al Young. Ilis honor then ganvo
him some good advice. le. said he
ii ,o, o Cet LASSIFE AD S No Ad Lees
A Word E f fl l3Than 15
in Advance Cents.
C LS I F E ... . . . 7. . . .. . . .-7 . .. . . .. .
MALE HELP WANTED
:" 2u ................
AItE 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.
RETURNED SOLDIERS wishing to
advertise for work can use the
want ad columns of the Daily But
letin free of charge. Do not be
backward in taking advantage of this
offer, we are glad to be of service to
WHY WORK for low wages and sub
mit to a boss? Invest $700 and
work for yourself. Address Ilox A-3,
FOR RENT---Nicely furnisheld roo.n
for gentleman. (Rear) 215 S. Da
WHY hunt rooms, when you can got
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 housekeeping
rooms, $10 a montlh. 1014 Gal
FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms
for housekeeping. 7 I6 Madison St.
2 FJURNISHED housekeeping rooms
with bath. 510% \V. Galena.
1 O-t- RI,.'N ·- =" ::~
FOR RENT One 4-oom111 house, fullr
nished. $20, or unfturnishled for
$16. 2522 S. Main st. Phone
FOR RIENT'l' Three- rt i modern
furnished flatI. i uqlire at 915
FOR RENT-- I'oui-rmiOi house, mod
ern. Phone 3'41-W.
FOR RENTr-4 acres. 5-room house
and chicken houses; 5 minutes'
walk from car line. Inquire 915 Del
kn vw tlhat the i ll ts liked a joke :Is
well as a.. y o , buIl that he lhllo o gI
w\'Is not a jolk,. ;ll] then infot rmtld
Hiyes that hle (bhlt pay a fine oI
$1o or i stly in 11 'ity h.stile lill
(nlerlaini ht lev who wiere g atll h
eled there as i vity s guests.
T"hat. ll tt is fast hecomintig it dry
cilty was proe\'n whIln one lotne drllllli
faced thIo judllge. II, was finced $5.
T'he 'court then djolit.edl hutil 2
o'clOck this (11' rO111001.
(Gieat it l iv in hai' s lissued a I al
longe for the Davis lawn t'nnis ouni
The ml) is held by Australia and twas
\Von froi 111 I ted States players
in Ne Yforlk in 1914. Thu, .mer
im'11s held it 0i a year.
. 0se 1,a1'nnjis , fo_ tl. Wellol
F'OlR ,.\.1: SIIm ll hun alow, d on
(t! o . roull.n; I.(5 1 o fenced;
good \wl ;l .; b :I t,;r ,v ; chike-r 1
ipen . ('lu..r I .t) L.a A lunIa A. . 1 '..
111i1 )l y in lln dl\\il, Ialanei e llo l(1) -
ly. A.ddr . ,J. .`., tar' H lleolin.
FOIL A I.I, :I room ho.se and on,
or two . .t, near IL a.k Avoca;
city wai,.r. 'irms. Addres, S A. F. F..
ila e . ill]tin.,
FURNITURE FOR SO ('a n 'cili ail
way irligalted farms; ; 20 years to
pay. I";nrma 1.Iands Co., 1i1, N. M 1ain,
3-ROOMl honi, on two lots; a bar
gain . Apply Jamsr, 1945 S. Aby
olming at. l'hin,, o , I ,.
RI;YNOi.DS & S\PIIElt
Real eclata , fir! insI.IInce, at lowest
rates,. on opy rto lon on real
estate. Phone 1665, 84-85 Uwsley
FURNITURE FOR SALE
li'!nTl- 'l'l1 I, i o t " t, r ,m: for ,sale
7ch-t p. : l1 ;. ( l .
ONE foni-room hoIst and t wo .lots.
vlnd at $1,600.0phophone Records.e for
good I(ll;1, h tlllness a dl wagonl, to
apply o, n firs) pay ell.n. (Call or
write 190I Shtlrt.mlt avenue.
LARGE BUILDING, good location
for garage; close In. 1424-2C-28
Harrison ave. Apply James M. Ab
rams, on property. \Vill lease.
i'OR HAl - 1,'or'd car, 1917 model;
lirst-class condition; $300 cash.
Inquire 1,54 Harrison avenino. Phone
PHIION(. G(0 S. (I (ORe.S 6585E
HemsANtitc) icor and Broluaidin
record: ill good collition es lhanged,
l0 cent:; ecll. Record lE]e(llalge,
3291 1-z S. Arizona st.
CLEANERS AND DYERS
AMEI IC".\N I)yeing & Cleaning Wks
1341 Iltarrison ave. Phone 131.
Pianos Tuned and Repaired
,:ITY'ON. 600 S. (ll:rk Ave. 6585-J.
Hemstitching and Braiding
BIR.\IDIIN(, h·nstitching and picot
in-'. 101 Peinnsylvania block. BM.
weight pugilist, aspires to be police
judge. If tilose cian h;ndle the gavel
as well as 'he used to handle his
lukes he will mnake ia fai and square
\V:lter -Mails, one of the best
former)(' Northwest league pitchers,
has Ihn signed by thel Seattle Pa
cific ('iiast League club. Mails has
ollbaineid his release fromii the Pitts
George "lKnockout" IBrown, sev
eral times reported killed in France,
is h.,ck in America., He landed at.
Newport News. Va., recently. H-e
will retllrn to ('lhiengo as soon as dis
chargefd fromll the armly.
Register, and get your
friends to register, or you can't
vote at the primaries in the
FIVE THOUSAND WORHERS
wanted to buy $5 worth of stock
in The 1ullethi Publishing Co.
IN TI';INAT\IOsNAL, store readjust
men .ale Greatest sale in Butte
of ladi.s' garient:; cloaks, $12.50;
serg', d lr's:; s. $!.1$.5: skirts, $:;.85;
corsets. $2.I5 ; ladies' sprilg hats,
!$:. 95; lai's' shoes, $2.65. At In
ternllitaln store., 210 Iast Park. We
sav\e 1 u 2l per ('ent. Direct your
fritendlisto this suor,, we want more
SA V o. l(y by buying ladies'
eloqlks, suits, dresses, skirts and
cishoes at the Intlernational store. Big
ladjistii lnt sale. Ladies' shoes,
$ 2.65; ladies' new splring hats, $3.95.
JE WIELRY and second-hand cloth
ing for sale at Uncle Sam's Loan
Office, 11 S. Wyomling street.
CITY EGGS, 75e dozen. 215 W. Mer
cury or the Big Green Coop, Co
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY advanced on Liberty bonds,
diamonds, watches, jewelry and
other articles of value; square deal,
People's Loan office, 281, E. Park.
MONEY LOANED at 3 per cent. Dia
monds, jewelry, Liberty bonds.
Mese Linz, upstairs leweler.
Friends we feed,
Friends we meet,
Come to the "Pony"
Chile to eat.
TIIIE CLASSIC CHILI PARLOR, 210
N. Main st. Chili, light lunches,
etc. Open clay and night.
AUTOS FOR HIRE.
SEVEN-PASSENGERt Chandler Se
dan. A. G. Nyman. Phone 5642-J.
LEWIS & WALKER, assayers and
chemists, 108 N. Wyoming. Phone
HAVE your children's hair cut at
E. J. Swaidner's barber shop,
133 % W. Broadway.
LOUVRE eart- All meals reducedr.
Special dinner S0c. 10 W. Galena.
Bulletin Want Ads Get
Results. Phone 52