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and Jewelry Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done POWELL JEWELRY COMPANY 112 N. MAIN SAY YOU SAW IT IN BUILLETIN. SWill You Be Up Town Saturday Night? Carnations for the LADIES Li~'ght le I'i ethlnlIeI lII)iU ('eIlIe tII ill Su l lui li '-. lilleIt i . SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN. . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .. . . .. . . I To the Workers This Is the best place in town for you to trade. The LARO EST STOCK and the LOWEST t POSSIBLE PRICES. A Square Deal Always I Appreciate Your Trade Palace Clothing and Shoe Store 53-55 EAST PARR ST. SAY YOU SAW\V IT IN BULLETIN. If You Can't Come TELEPHONE 1-9-8-5 McCARTHY'S 64 EAST BROADWAY FORI SANITARY GROCERIES AND MEATS SAY YOU SAW IT IIN IULLETIN. Serge is King To ue tell dreIssed.I l olmust have(' a blue serge suit. (We are head qlulartelrs folh ildlmplorted, gualrallnteed and fast color blue se.rgl s, Big 4 Tailor 17 WV. l'ark. S. &t . ,Gr. n 'lradinig Stamps. SAY YO()L' SAW\ IT IN !.L LT . YOU ('AN (CT THIE Hi;i COT OF LIVING by going to the SCHUMACHER MEAT CO., 18 E. Park St. Splcial hard Sale. No$245 10 can lard- . . ... re 'The Workingman',, FriendI GOOD MEATl' ('IHE AP See Ou l \Vtndtow for Prices SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN. THE H. G. L. .. VERY SLOW E wE" IN THE t ouse Bug Tra Well now that HELP! NURSERY I'm freezin et- Dear Bug Trah threrImnes are caph Firefly-Is 'this Bird Detectivoe mind the weath- Both er ove .ut cheese you goin' to be tured, we won't -the place where - Haven er a bitl where ve foud i t all day crosing h ave ny more thy dvrtid there ha ben Well you s, r t up our back for a bright boy? ; a te.rrible orht I'm a cold tor- tch at yards! - . comm3tId bire. ,r/ a .. - 6i1 -5> At NEWR HU ROM HERE TO HELEN Highway Connecting Butte With Montana Capital Over Homestake Pass Basin Route Proposed. Illrd surfaced roads, con!nectlil Butte and Helena. will be construct ed during the ensuing 1,vo years. Sil ver BIow county cornmmnissioners be lieve. The proposed highway from Butte through the Itoi!estalie pas: and W'hitehall to the Montana capital will cost, it is cstinmated, $18,00U1 a mile. The state hihllway cnmmission, 11 is announced, fal, ors a haril-surfaced road progr'anl and is sponsor for a mioveen tn, wh;eih if carried into exe cution will resilt in th.e construction of ccnilt lon oa connecting elelina with Great Falls. Butte and main ar teries of travel. Tic" propost l Iighwiay, Count? Commlllissionelr .I. I. Fabian explains will lead fromll Butte through the iiomentalke pies land Whitehall, thuin elilillnating the precipitoul s slopes of tie lightecen-mile thill" and tin muddy wastl s and steep grades of th< Elk park and Basin highway. Th'ie inmiiillllni graldes from Butte to \Whiitehall through lhoiestake pasc are 7 per cent, while the nlaxirmuml grades on the "Eighteen-mile hill' are 15 p r cenit. 'The geologic formatios tllhrouigh hlonmesmtake pass adil in the icinity o, \Vhitehall, are of such a charactel Ihat a hard-lsurfacetd road could be. readily constructeid and econoiiuicall3 maintained. It is also proposed to construct a perlmanlent highway froln Butte ti P'ipecstone Springs at ini early date. FEDERAL BUREAU (Continued From Page One.) illrs all Inlut cease March 22. "The maintenance of it skeleton admnilnistrative organization in Wash ington and the states and continu ance( of c(amp representatives, sol diers' bureaus; and the clearance sys tenm, together with 6i branches iit strategic industrial centers, will however. permit the directing of na tional elmployment work by the emn ploym"nt service and enable it to re SIIIe' full operation when congress applropriates: funds." Secretary W\ilson, in a statement last night, explaining the plan for re taining a skeleton organization, dis closes a plan to draw on Presiden' Wilson's $21)001.00),00 war emer gency fund wais frustrated because all had t Iieoti spent. After the urgency detiiconey bill w\;s killed int the filibuster in thie closing hloiurs of the last session of the senat'. Screit ary Wilson ap peinth i to the president. lHe recei\ed this reply by radtio front the presideti tial ship. Ceorge W\ashington, at sea: "l'egiet nolhinig so mIIuch as thte discontinuance of tlie work of the emlploytment service bIureau, but the fact is that, includinlg pledges ntadi l nity fund is practically exhausted. \Vhal remainsl would not suffice to maintain lhe bureaui and11 to my great grief, I see no escape fromi disband ment. I hope it will be possible to keep a skeleton organization.' Secretary Wilson announced the emplollyment service would be reor ganized on a basis that woutl enable it. to utilize the v\'oluntary services of indillvitduals and organizations to con tinuethell work of finding places tot returntied soldiers and sailors. \W hilt Mr. l)ensnore was settd ing ordters today to federal directors of ithe i'ertices for the states, replorts to headqutarters here showed ai heavy increa;se ill unlemnlployment dulring tlhe l past fi\-e days, 6( per cent of the reporting industrial centers having large labor surpluses. This fact, with the tl et that the work of the 2,000 bureaus for returning soldiers is clo(sely allied with that of the service, led the director general to Ipredict that otiis:t of the 700 emplloyment hu ritaus woull be t aintainel by the colnntunitiie.; ill which they are' lo cated. 1l r. I e'nsmiore ainnounced loday lithe arrival in I, 'ran('e of Hairold tone. ilantiollnal sllluperintelldent of the burlteaul for rleturninig soldiers tiand sailors. i libo has 'been commnissionied to arranlge for putting soldiers on the transplorts and in the embarkation points in toullch with the jobl-lnting facilities of the emplnoynmnt service, in this country. Mr. Stone will con tinue his work. VOTERS, ATTENTION! To W\holn It May Concern: George Ambrose, candidate for mayor on the socialist ticket, it not a member of the socialist party, and therefore the local does not vouch for him. LOCAL SOCIALIST PARTY, BUTTE. Adv. BENEFIT DANCE CALLEO OFF The dance for the benefit of the ISeattle strikers will not be held as planned, on account of the strike hav ing been called off. M1. M1. W. U. (lndtpendent.) --Adv. HAL JOHNSTON STARTING HOME Submarine Expert, Believed Lost in Russia, Has Sailed From France, His Parents Are iToormed. il:l Johnston, submarine expert and son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam '.John 'ton of this city, has sailed from France, his parents were infltormed yesterday. Mr. Johnson, a forlmer inaal of ficer was sent to :tussia several nonths prior to the revolution in that country for the purpose of con ducting .a series of exhaustive test:s with submarines. When the Russian government was overthrown, his par ents, fearing for his safety, vainly en deavored to locate, him. It was not until recently that they were in formed he had safely escaped from Russia. I,----- - --------______-_____- ii Another Scrap of Paper ---- ------------ O 13y SCOTT NEARING. Peace will not be established on earth through tIhe world league plan, read by President \Wilson to the peace conference. The (locume ntii is a wea k conllpromise that ignores the vital factors underlying interna tional relations. The draft of the league constitu tion'is a purely political document. It ignores economic factors entirely. The great capitalist nations of the world that are asked to endorse the league plan are interested plrimarily in markets, shipping and invest aents. The documtent contains no reference to any of these subjects and is, therefore, fundamentally incom lIete. Commercial and linancial riv 'Iieis will Itbreed wars in the future is they have hbred them in the past. Ihis fact has been acknowledged by President W ilson; it has been in sisted upon by the Navy league and areached for years by leading econ amists all over the.. world, yet the league constitution does not cover economic questions. A poltcal document of this char .cter imight have had some reason ior existence in 1S15. Today, it is an archaism. The plan is faulty in other import ant respects. First, it is undemo cratic. Treaties are not to be pub lished till after they are inade--the process of diplomacy are still secret. There is no provision for the demo cratic selectiotn of the members of the delegate body. Under the consti tution as dra\wn, all of them may be appointed by tihe governlmeints. The people miay have no voice in choosing them. Againl. out of the nlil(n vote' of the executi-e council, live are to belong )permanentily to theit United States, Flranco, Italy, Great Britain and Japan. In shor. thle ( 'ecisiejll of the league may all be reached by hand-picked diplomats of thei old school from the big five allied na tions. The plan is arbitrary. It contains no provisions for and no suggestion of self-determnation. Ireland, India, the Philippines and China will he no freer after the plan is adopted than before it was drafted. The plain is imnperialistic. The "big five" are to take the German colonies in addition to their present posses sions. The allied empires will still be empires. The plan is weak. It takes no stand on the question of armlanlt.ts, other than to state that they must Ibe "fair" and "reasonable." Evidently, the members of the "big five" are not yet ready to "bury the hatchet." The plan is ineffective. No ade (luluat means are provided for the en forcemnent of the league's decisions. The organization contemplated i( weaker than that of the 13 colonies under the Articles of Cohfedora ion. The leangue pl.n is a political treaty of the old variety, providng for a con1iinuation of tit alliance among the viclorioll allies. T'Ilis al liance \v ll inoevitably force a defen sive alliance of i'Hssiia. Geromnny and the othler socia;l;t. contries of Eu rope, so that the world will be ar rayed in two c:anmpy, capitalist ula, tions against sor:'dli.1 nations. It is this class contfiic' alone that will hold the leagu. ogtllhti. l.acking :such a compell o; mI ti've, the plan will hold! NONPARTISAN CLUB ENDOkSES GOOD CANDIDATES The Nonpartisan club, at a wl. attended meeting in Metal Mini wlorkers' hall endorsed the fo!lIm ing demllocrat'c candidates: For Maayor-William F. Dunn. For Treasurer-James J. Mlc ('arthy. 'or Police 'Magistrate - Mike Allen. For Aldermen First Ward-John SIIull:van. Second Ward-Barry O'l0eary. Third Ward - Bernard Mc. Ieigh. IFourth hWard-Con lynch. IFifth IWard-Ullic Nadeau. Sixth Ward-W-;alter A. Kyle. Sovontlh : ~n al'd-1:. U. Carlish. Eighth'1Lhrd-lE. (.. Johnson. COUNTY AFTER BETTER ROADS Several Miles of New High ways Will Be Constructed as Soon as Weather Per mits, Otto Simonson Says. Although the Silv,ýr How highway program for 1919 h,! not yet as .t'umed definite shape. ., oral miles of new roads will be cown acted during the spring and summi r months, Otto Simonson, county ctni,iissioner, an Comparatively few b)':dges will be constructed, -however, for those built in previous years do not demand re pairs and are sufficitl n:y large to ac commodate traffic. The county has purchased a new five-ton truck to be used for road con struction purposes. At present Sil ver Bow county own.; three five-ton trucks, two traction engines and road grading outfits. T'hcse will be em ployed on road construction as soon as weather permit:, Commissioner Simonson declares. OFFICER MELIA RAIDS TWO MORE SALOONS Thomas Cotton Is Jailed on Charge of Obstructing an Officer. Sp.cial Officer John Melia of the county attorney's olfice raided the saloons of Thomas Cotton, WVest Broadway. and John Theis, North Main street, last night and, he alt leges, seized a quantity of proscribed beverages. Cotton was arrested and lodged it the county jail tin a charge of ob structing an officer. It ia alleged tht tried to embarrass Officer Melia it making the raid. A small quantity of liquor is saic to have been taken in the Cotton sa loon, but none at Theis'. At the lat ter place, it is alleged beverages wero found which, though no whisky, art within the prohibitive prosisions o, the law. Fixtures of both saloons will bt removed today, it was stated. APPEAL LUND CASE TO STAIESUPDEMECOURT Plaintiffs in 9ae Against Butte Railway `qot' sat isfiedWith y)gdict. Attorneys for the plaintiff in the case of Victor Ostprlolm, admiuis trator of the estate of Edus, V. Lund against the Butte 'Electric railway have filed notice of intention to ap peal to the supremne court. According to the decision of the jury in the district court, Oct. 25. 1918, the plaintiff was awarded only a small portion of the damages sought and appeal will be taken fromt this judgment. until commercial and financial rival rics among the members of the league grow bitter and sharp. Then, like thousands of similar treaties, this one will go into the discard while the world busies itself with the next great war. Bulletin Boosters should patronize Ifilletin advertisers. HOUSE CLEANING TIME CoilseI'e 1 ill V4u1 \\'01l'k. SHERWIN- WILLIAMS INSIDE FLOOR PAINT ]1 is ', ,V l'or use and - ,. il n,"ý'i'dI. lries over ihi.li v\,all a i good gloss 11,\,1 vilvl -land thard wear. o M,. r,, l ,.,,lors to select JErushes--All Sizes The Holm of Cood Hardware Mechanic.s ~hte Tools Paints-Glass I'lumbing: and Electrical Supplles I Phone 956. 221 E. Park SAY YOU SA:W IT IN BULLETIN. IOE MOViEMENT AGAINST LEAGUE Henry Watterson Proposed as President of 'Organiza tion to Oppose Present Plan of Leaigue Oftatios. Washington, March 14.-Prelimin ary plans for formation of a national -nonpartisan organization designed to keep the American people better in formed as to events at the peace con ference and to oppose acceptance of the constitution of the league of na tions as now drawn, were made at a conference today between Senators Reed of Missouri, democrat, and Borah of Idaho, and Poindexter of Washington, republicans, and George Wharton Pepper, a lawyer of Phil adelphia. It was announced that Henry Wat terson, former publisher of, the Lou isville Courier - Journal, would be president of the .organization, with Mr. Pepper as directing supervisor. It was said many senators who have been opposed to the league constitu tion would support the organization. Senator Reed announced a state ment outlining the purposes of the organization would be issued within a few days. One purpose it was ex plained, would be the co-ordination of various local bodies that have been formed over the country in opposi tion to the league. Present plans call for establishment of a speakers' bho reau and the conducting of an inten sive campaign of publiity. Senators said the organization would be supported by voluntary con tributions. SWINDLEHURST'S (Continued from page one.) December. Col. C. 13. Nolan gained strong sup )ort for his theory that Mr. HIarvey lid not (lie from blood clots on the )rain, but that what the doctors "alled blood clots was merely clot ed blood forc .d out of the arteries ,f thb body, while the embalming luid was being injected. He obtained ,n admission that such a condition .vas possible from two of the three doctors who testified, and one of .hem agreed that "it is very possible, t seems to me," while two of tli -hree physicians answered a hypo thetical question based on the evi lence by saying that in their opinion Mr. Harvey came to his death as the result of blows administered on the head by Joseph Swindlehurst. The third doctor refused to agree with his colleagues and declared that death resulted from a hemorrhage of the brain and that the indirect cause was his light with Mr. Swindlehurst. He would not say that the blows caused death and left the defense the opening it has sought since the trial started, to show that Mr. Harvey died of heart trouble, apoplexy or some other disease aggravated by the fist fight, but that he did not die as a resltt of blows administered by the defense. Before a courtroom crowded with spectators, a large part of them women, Colonel Nolan, leader of the defense, conducted a class in physi ology, dealing especially with the construction of the skull and brain and the circulatory system of the body. "Gunn's Family P'hysician" be came a book of authority in the at torney's hand, and the medical book of Professor Harvey, "discoverer of the circulatory system," was classed with the ancients who thought that the arteries contained only air and nanled them air carriers. BROTHERHOOD SOCIETY MEETS The Brotherhood society of the Central Presbyterian church will meet at the home of J. D. Rolstin, 1801 Gaylord street, this eve ning, March 14. Important matters are to be considered. All the mem ber rare urged to attend and visitors are cordially invited. Fred II. Staf ford is president. Uncle Sam succeeded in buying Iup dluring war time, most of the A. F. of L. officials by placing them on the payroll. SILVER BOW COUNCIL ENDORSES THE BULLETIN At last night's meeting of tihl: Silver Bow Trades andI Labor council, the Butte Daily Bulletin was lmade the offic'al organ hi that body, without a dissenting vote. The secretary was also in structed to have all the council's printing done by the Bulletin Pub. lishing company. Tihe Bulletin is informed that all ex-officer of the Silver Bow Trades and Labor council is giv ing it out that the comuicil has en dorsed William ('utts for mayor. For the information of the public., the Bulletin will stat In~lut. no candidates have been edid~i'sed by the council. PRIMARY ELECTION INFORMATION The primary election takes plate Monday, March 24. TIhe polls open at 12 noon and close at 7 p. in. TIie offlices to be filled are: A Mayor. A !Treasurer. A Police Magistrate. All Alderman in each of the eight wards. Each voting place should be watched carefully, during the vot ing and the counting. BUY YOUR JEWELRY =HERE Grcn We give S. & H green trading stamps with every purchase. Montana Jewelry Co. 73 E. Park St. SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN. I Morgan Cash Grocery I i Special Bargnsins fo, Saturd:i . i I TOMATOES. lavge size No. 2%2 I cans, 5 for . .....................$1.00 " r CUT STRING BEANS. 2 cans for ......................................"·..c 5 G (OOI) CORN. 2 cans for ......35c U GOOD I'PEAS, No. 2 canlls, 7 cans B fpr ....................... $1.00 U JELLY. 71, oz. glasses (net), I 3 assorted flavors ..................15c SVAN ('A.MPS SOLUPS, anssorted, Ii S per can, ........ ....................... 15c i I STUFI"EI) OLIVES. No. 10 seo letted SPial)ish or Pilntnlo, ill glss s . ...35................. ..3c RIEE OLILVES. 9 o1. tils....33c SEGO MILK, 12 tall cans..$1.75 U CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP, 4 * - bars for ............... ....... .....2 c a FELS NAIPTllA SOAP, 10 bars I - fo r ............... . ....... ........ 8 5 c Ec 3 001) GOODS FOR LESS Morgan Cash Grocery i g 238 S. Idaho St., Corner Silver. SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN DRESS UP For St. Patrick's Day MIEN'S HATS AND CAPS, N i C K W E A IR, HOSIERY, GUARANTEED ALL WOOL SUITS MADE TO YOUR MEAS URE AT LOWEST PRICES CONSISTENT WITH FIRST CLASS MATERIAL AND W\RRKMANSHIP. TIlE UN ION LABEL IN EVERY GAR MkINT. "SATISFACTION" IS OUR MOTTO. YOU GET THAT OR YOU GET YOUR MONEY BACK. NICKERSON 112 \WEST PARK. SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN. CARD PARTY And Dance South Side Whist Club Every Saturday Night at SOCIALIST HALL 1957 HARRISON AVE. Admission 25c. Everybody wel come. Take car No 3, get off at Cobban. Bulletin Want Ads C et Results. Phone 52 Poynter's Cash Store 1854 HARRISON AVE. Wholesale to Consumer. PHONE 6534-R. Mr. Consumer Do you realize that by buying your supplies each day in small quantities that your day's pay goes little more than half as far as it would if you bought the whole week's supply at one time? Call up Poynter's Wholesale-to-Consumer, Phone 6534-R, and order your week's supply. Fancy sugar cured hams, per lb. .............................. ... 85c Fancy sugar cured bacon, per lb. .................... ..........40c Large white mealy potatoes, per 100 lbs. ................$1.60 100 lbs. granulated sugar for only ............................$-------11.00 17 bars white or brown soap, for ................................ $1.00 10 lbs. dry onions .............. 25c 98-lb. high patent hard wheat flour foe ............$5.60 Case Carnation or Sego milk, for .......................... ..$7.00 Case Hebe, tall ................5.90 White or brown beans, Ib..10c SAY. YOU SAW IT IN BU.LLETIN. SHINERS -SELLS Furniture, Rugs Ranges and Home Necessities for Less on Easiest of Terms SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN. Phone 1635-W WHITE HOUSE GROCERY 508 W. Park St. QUALITY MEATS GROCERIES PRICES RIGHT S. & H. STAMPS SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN. MANHATTAN BAKERY The Finest in Butte MAX VITT, Proprietor. Two Stores 205 W. Park-135 8. Main SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN. GENUINE OLD TIME lager Beer Extract Free of Alcohols. Of finest malt and hops. Easy to make. (Bava rian strle). An unequalled prepa. ration to make sparkling, health ful. good old Lager Beer at home. One can makes 7 gallons. Price, $1.50. Postage prepaid. Sole Dis tributor, A. Graf, 720 S. Montana Street. Phone 6576-J SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN. CRYSTAL CAFE We Serve the Best on the Market at Popular Prices. 60 E. PARK ST. Furniture Bargains AT THE Union Furniture Exchange 248 E. Park St.