Newspaper Page Text
Y'i Threw a Wrench
in the Shoe Business wheun you stopped buying shoes at $15 and $18 a pair. Watch this space Monday night for the Great Fall Shoe Sale. (Paid Advert~iement.) Rialto Theater IS STILL UNFAIR No Offer of Settlement ' Has Yet Been Made ' OPERATORS and MUSICIANS. (Paid Advertisement.) I advertise in The Bulletin because it brings business. WATCH OUR PRICES- HENRY-The Big 4 Tailor (Paid Advertisement. ) EAST TAKE DROP Albert Keen Asserts Mar ket in 'Big Centers Glut ted and Stocks Bought at Cash Buyers' Own Prices Shoe manufacturers in the east have been left with groat stocks of shoes on hand and without ready imonuy. as the result of the apparent ly concerted refusal of the public to pay exorbitant prices for footwear, accotding to Albert Keen, who has just returned from an extensive trip to .the eastern manufacturihig and jobbing centers, as buyer for the Chicago Shoe store's branch at 43 East Park street. "With the shoe market glutted," said Mr. Keen, "'ready cash will do wonders there for, the buyer and so long as cash is offered one can now buy shoes at his own price in whole sale lots." While in the east Mr. Keen made a large purchase of shoes at greatly reduced prices, which savings h. will share with the retail,trade in Butte. NOTICE. There will be a meeting of the directors of the Bulletin Publishing company Sunday morning at 11 o'clock in the Bulletin office. Busi ( ness of importance. HUCKLEBERRY PIE ALL DAY SUNDAY-ALSO OUR Regular Chicken Dinner Consisting of Chicken Soup Roast Chicken with D'essing Lobster Sala.h Cream Puddiung W" SERVE GOOD, TENDER, STEAK WE SERVE ONLY FRESH EGGS An4~qwits these attractions to offer WWANT YOUR TRADE ANDEY'S' CAFE foxe-for Latdies (laid Advertises ent.) FIREMEN ARRANGE FOR GREAT ANNUAL DANCE Elaborate preparations are now f under way by the committee of fire men in charge of the dance to be: given at Odeon hall, November 20, for the benefit of the firemen's disa bility fund. It is planned to malke the affair the most notable social event of the season; Purcell's orchestra has been en gaged for 'the occasion.' Judging from' the advance reservations for tickets, it is evident that interest in the affair is general. The funds dd rived froni the dance'go iiito the fund used for paying of firemen's and, firemen's widows' and orphans' pen sions. The committee in charge is headed by John Driscdl1 and includes Paddy Melia, Jim Gleason, Jerry Lee and Ed. Leary. POOR ARTHUR! HE HASf THE HABIT; COULDN'T QUIT (By United Press.) Medford, Ore., Oct. 16.-A. M. Arthurs, 81. thought he had worked long enough, a year ago, so he re tired. But Arthurs found, after a year of "loafing" here that leading an inactive 'life was the hardest work he had ever done. So he purchased his former property near this city and will soon,be pounding his old anvil again. Arthurs has been d $lackemtli since he was 16 years old, and is still hale and hearty. SEIZE WVHISKY SfHlPMENT. San Francisco, Oct. 16.--Three thousand gallons of whisky in half pint flasks, said to be worth $150,. 000, was seized here by federal agents in the railroad yards. .:The liquor had been shipped here from Kentucky. SAY YOU SAW IT IN TI4E BULLETIfN AMNINME ACTI FOR Tibor Congress in Antipo . Tomes Steps to Stop Wholesale Deportation by 4'eationharies i f Workers. By A. FRANCIS AHERN. (Australian Correspondent for the Federated Press.) Sydney, N. S. W.-(By Mail.)- An important congress of trade un ions was held at Sydney on Aug. 21 last, when a scheme of action to be taken by unionists If the commonwealth government of Aus tralia (anti-labor) did not cease the deportation of persons from the country. The scheme provides for, the grouping of. unions, into various groups, the formation of executives to put the action proposed into ac tion, the formtion of shop commit tees. In certain groups, consisting of manufacturing unions, produc tion shall be ed'ueed when notified and such reduction shaft be main tained until the grievances are rectified. In certain other unions especially those engaged in public utilities, irritation strikes are recom mended, while in other unions, the workers will be advised .to "go slow." An important feature df the scheme is the action to he taken by transport unions. Ship committees are to be formed on each ship, and when such ships are loading and unloading, the committee shall con sist of. all workers on and off the ships. Seamen shall be called on not to sail with a deportee on board. In regard to those vessels not directly concerned, the firemen. shall be called upon to take things easy, so that the vessel may only proceed at half her usual speed. If the government' uses warships for the purpose of lleporting persons from the country, the workers are to refuse to clean, 'paint; repair, coal, provide Coal, or' provisions for smch vessels used for such .pur poses. A special system of distri bution of propaganda literature amongst the . crews 6ff such vessels used for such -purposes be entered into.. The part to be played by shop assistants and all workers engaged in the selling of articles is that they shall notify all customers of the truth about the goods they are selling, pointing out any defects itn manufacture or material, telling the cost price of same, and .so on. A proposal has been Ihserted in, the scheme referring to printing employes. Those ei)gaged in the production of newspapers shall re fuse .to handle untrue matter con cerning the fight. While the.sehome .ls .rimarily In troduced to 'preyehit the 'Australian government deporti.gg persoft` fr6i2a Australia,' it Is stateid "that it .q.' also be used for any other purpd.e' the - workers' desire, and' ".can: t-k'i .the pltee:.b- f the old and now'obbh', salete strike methods. '' . - , It is only `right: to add that, many of the unions have condemned the, scheme as anarchist and too revolu tionary fot use in Australia. BUTE BRIEFS Collection 'of wageS is sought in a complaint filed in district court by Ben Henry against the Crystal Cop per.company and Matt W. Anderson, foreman in the Goldsmith mine. Plaintiff alleges that wages doue James Gerry atnd himself for the months of August and September this year aggregate $244.75. Notice of appeal to the supreme court from a judgment of the district May 13, 1920, in favor of the de fendant and from order of the same court denying new trial Spt. 18; 1920, was filed by plaintiffs Priday afternoon in the ease of Mutch & Young company against Hattie Pow erg. $10o reward will be pad1to- 5n7 ,ine proving we do not put II the best main spring for $1. Maer, $7 ourth Main srreet.-Ad4l After a hearing on an order to show cause before Judge Joseph It. Jackson yesterday afternoon in the case 'of Adolph Wettstoin against A.. L. Palmer, the case was ordered dis missed. Notice of the discontinuance of the postoffice at Snowbelt, Garfield. county, is contained in the current number of the Postal Bulletin, re ceived in Butte yesterday. Seasonable supplies! Wood y Doull hot-water bottle bargain. See window, this week-Adv. Stipulation for dismissal of the case of Ghello M. Catella and Cater Ina Catella against the Supreme Lodge of Knights of Pythiat, was filed in district court yesterday. H. M. Dengler, chief of the Butte iviston of the internal revenue bureau, has returned from an id-: ppeptlon trip to' offices of the division il eastern Montana. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dinstnore, 514 West Porphyry street, are the proud parents of a son, born at the Deaconess hospital Friday. Albert Lindeke of Helmville Is Visiting at the home of his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.. Morrill, 2709 Nettle street. Mrs. O. E. McNeill of West Granite street has just returned frros Ana" conda, where she spent the wbek end visiting friends. Miles City, Mont. AdV. STRONS IS BILLED EMPR Thrilling Story f'i thod of White S itj n Snar ing Innocent s Theme of "The ." e." Of all the productiioth staged by the Empress Steen `company this season, perhaps notde suipasses ii; gripping human interest . the bill scheduled for the 'dfing week, which opens with tdnidrroo's . mat inee. The vehicle selected is Geosige Scarborough's famosr' play, "The Lure," .dealing with the ramlflea tions of the "white siase" traffic;' Most persons have' a general idea. that such an institutidn as a "white slave" ring for the ensnaarment: "t young girls into lives' of shame' e' ists, but few realize the extent ,o the organization. In "The Lure," while many of the' iiuuttions may seem far-fetched to the' dasual be holder, Mr. Scarboroughl abserts that; every action of the paiy is based on actual fact; that thed play itself is merely a dramatisatilei of an ac tual case on which .he' wad assigned while an operattve bf the United States secret servi e . "The Lure" is , play that will be of absorbing intrest particularly to mothers of daughters'and to the daughters themselves " It details some of the methpds used by the slavers to- trap their victims, usually' innocent young girls, and of how difficult it is for the police or other agencies either to capture the slavers or to rescue their victims. After a week of excellent busi ness, "Pal o' Mine," the play which has amused and .entertained. Butte. audiences since last Sunday, will close after tpnight's performance. It is expected tht the attendance at tonight's ast , presentation 'of "Pal o' Mline" will exceed that of any other night dnrltig the week because of the word of mouth ad vertising it has received from those who witnessed it and liked it. COMMITTEE OFiO OrES TO MAKE PLAIS FOR PHOB[ (By the Federated Aress.) New York,. Oct. '16.4-Off liers of the Committee of One.4tlunidroti on Ireland have gone to Washington to ndake arrangements' for 'the inquiry into conditions in Irela.ti which. will be, conducted by a CObtmission ; of five, elected by. members of :the cotnmittee.:t It is expee isithat the baellstlnng for the" emters of ,thlie ~iodinission will be cotiapleted this 'The • Committee .of One' Hundred has .:atut.y :'e an4ded to" .Aine -15, ra.t er,:, ahnd ,t'e recent a dition ,of, ' ards'al; .Qibbosni virhtualy otaplete sts' :rTOstar RapreeenttiVe- citzei of 34 states' aie inclded in'1the per-' sodinel of the cdmmittee. ARREST TINNER ATiiRAmE ON PROHIBiIONlAillARCE R. J. Dorboter, a local tinner. was arrested last night on West Sil ver street by police offic rs who al lege that at the time of their raid they found and seized a -new copper still. McDonald and derrty who made the raid, admit thr~b was no mash or liquor found on the prem ises. Dorhofer was releated under bonds of $300 after his'case was tufrned over to the federal author BASEBALL IN FAR SOUTH. (By United Prees.) Caracas. Venezuela.-=(By Mail.) -The baseball team. comprising American students of fIti~rgn trade at Georgetown university 'here has been declared cbhampiot, of the country. They recently were award ed a loving cup by the minister of instruction. The team during the sumiper defeated various' nines throughout the republidc;. including a team of American citizens living in the ca'pital. The line of least resistance makes a poor life-lime. How far would yoi go for fresh eggs? Handtetys Cafe serves them.-Adv,. When you need a, But of oIothes, you go to4:i tilor shop. When you want your Bucket Fiiled Take it to te: The Spokane Cafe 17 8. Mi* 1Who are Bucket it' with 18 years' et back of tlO ROO. IN OONNE i (Paid Advertbis Today Marks Incom para , g1*am at the Orchestra m ainh--1(ow Parks and Swan 'Till Wednesday! at t hibrgan V i . se s /I tIGER LOVE! AND THE W.#BR. TAKE ALL! Can a city sparrow chirp in a country lane? Can a daughter of the '"bright lights" be set down on a farm and made to Sejoy.a Sunida,y School piciic? Behold her, a child of the, streets,-whose story real folks will uiiderstand--and weep .intfl they learn her secret, then they'll smile. A Paramount cast, including Walter Hiers, Clyde Filmore, Sylvia, Ashton and Helen Jerome Eddy.. SNuB POLLARD .PATHE "PIRATE COMEDY NEWS COLD" Moulton's Big - Parks and Swan Orchestra at the Organ Blitte's Leading 1hottplay House--Home of Paramount Pictures. (Paid Advertisement.) NEW 551tHW1 LES W ll AVE S1AT1EE IN OANC By A. FRANCYt AI.IRN,. (Statff Wlritr, the Feiaerated iPreea.}' Sydney, N. S. w.-(By Ml. The newly elected labor ,government of New South Wales 1intdns:6 to'es' tabllah, a rural or land :.ban,- . It has not yet -been: deeided "whether the proposIle bank will be an s tension of the. presenit savingy a.an. system of .Advance .to: farmers, or whether th. governmient ,wII atnunc out on a bigger schamt- entilng the creation of practically .new bank somewhat on the., lies 9of tl bank which- has been s, s" ccess tul in Noft Dakota throu the. efforts of t6.. Nonpartsfasp ea ue.. A state-owbed insurap oflce, somewhat _\the lines.of t'bt -al ready e 4stsl by the 'labo ernment of uaheenslannd i±i inaugurated .:i, the laigr ment. It tii.poied that-theie department shal' deal w.ttilif i sutrnce, tire;. briie, acldents, an Workmen's do it The state- insa " , In Queenslta4;J een a cats, not only . ing o premiums, but` paying, hie r for - fath al a pestt tlfo GAMlENT WO E TAKE 'ACTIE "eaIT I M (By the Pieerated Press:) New York. Oct.0 ' -)--. Inter-. natiail" Laslera s' ent W es uniol Is takiLnga art u anaouc maa rota; igeaeral secretary. Meetinakse1a pdblic halls as well as shop chair -iýn's meetings are being organized ýo sup ilemeiht the regular campaign organization o" the Socialist .party. SAll: the dark. forces of the nation are working against the Socialist par ty in this campiaign,"' Baraof saftd. ''Tbhe Socialist can therefore, obtain 'aditfance only from the' workers from those who toil in the shope and SAL 6' iiiit LAST TIME TONIGHT SIM -T PONI l7 SMATINE "THE LOB'!2. (Paid d seie zis it)? factories of the nation. "The workers, men aild women, ,engaged in the neelle trades, have Ifor a long time been in the tqremost ranks of those f.khtfIg for sodial pro. egress. We have aga1 this year as sufred the Socialist Iwty' and Its great martyr, Eugene V. Debs, that its camn kaign is our campaign:'