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Published every evening **•
••pt Sunday by *he Dutte Ds.'y
Post Company 2b West Granit*
St~*rC Putt o Montai»
Entered «s second-dans mat
ter Jen. 29. 1913, st th* post*
effioe st Butte. Montana, under
the act of March 3. 1t>T9
SUBSCRIPT ION RATES
Oaiiy, one month .......$ JO
Datl>. one >e*r. in advance b 00
BRANCH OFFICES
Anaconda 2C3 Main Street
Ollon.....1) South Idaho Street
O ear Lodge Doer Ladgs Hctsl
X P McKimtev. Special Agency
éole Eastern Advt. Agent 33*
Fifth Avenue New Vorh
12f S. M chigan Ave-. Chicago
TELEPHONES
• usine*» ûffic* .............423
44 .tonal itoome ..........1013
ANACONUA
Suelne** Office 63
CHANGE OF ADDRESS
ta ordering peper chanred te naw
edvtrses. »«SU ton ch*. addmas a
to insare preempt /*.eltrery IXatrvna
will ebbge the t romieun b*> report
ing faut to deliver» ot the i»aiv*r
Make checiut end merey order»
pejr-it le .he Hutte l'a.'o IV*t
C—gta? _
Officiai
City of
The Poet •• a Member of th#
AuWit Bureau cf Ci**oulat on
Member of the At toe ated Prete
The AMa.H-JMted lVess - s exclu*
e re'.v en tit teil to the use tor re
pub vatton of all news credit»».* ».
it or not othsrwt*» credited In
this paprr an.1 a'.ao the local aewr#
published herein
Itll'VY ir
THE HORROR AT HALIFAX
mankind s notice th..t
NEW YORK WOMEN
Si; ng— «he
• king wen
rialnlj
.** adds
Mrs Out».
"e
r.ot
becon
t* a iH»r
fika! party.
The
. r
gar.
izatiot
i will
n d nominal
e andi
dat«
•« or
s'.terr; ■
t in any wa
to
con
trol
the
rotes d
wem en.'*
For
that
mat
ter w<
-me a h
v* a» many
41 f.
rent
Intt
rvg.s
s men
In the oi ink
n of
this
" •
leader.
No attemj»
t wi
Î1 l»c
I
_
rf ^jln
j
j
T
;
Th, Pru«i B « W iir* ih* fromlse of!
•uffr.M trform and of revj,|n n In the ,
mahe-ut of the kingdom'* l^riSatlv*
r ode to dis.-ou rage worrier, f m
rilling in any p»dit: aL •+ rtt Ti
Is no ser ax:<- r-«m In rol • s "
THE VOTE IN PRUSSIA
bo.! Th- K», w» Iiret rroh.we wa* ;
tba» the«f bans** wo* M b- ma !» j
said, a :
Will be undertaken row ,
In
its present shape the Frusaian j
ftmdÜM if R travesty. > ■
eecreev or priv • > abov.t it—th- vote
elector at the primary tmnn !
elector at the rrimar- depenc« nj.r
hi* property or the amount of taxer
*- — ----- . —
he pays. The resulting: inequalities.
ns far as franchise power is concerned, j
ar-» monstrous. !
The upper house in the Prussian par- !
lament is made up aim »st exclusively j
of pr: n 1 es and \-'m land owners and:
lieh maiiufaciurer» and mayois of thel
: Inrs.- ritt«
s, ttith
p'I'fWiMtfl» «lit»
Hu
bkf.
Tb«* K
.ii*t*r l
i.-< j rt»mls«*d tt
■ ,
dial
<18 III
Ills!
Di't'll 8 «1.1. III.
ii a
l kb..*
foi lit.'
*'!»•» li.
*.i of inrml'i'is
of
Hi. lo
\'.l b
islatlx
brail; It Is a
1 fat
l
ol tb:
1 nail 1«
a i
*0|«' r*«|lllb»bb'
ft a
l bit»»*
tor tin
.1«*. it.
it of nu'iiiln r
»'I that body
lulle (»» Mty
I M.bvd. .1 III. •
thnig the
Malted tin
AKE WE EXPOSED
no.ir future
»if the Nort
rent surpris«
Pm ted Si.it cm j.
behind (hut uni
leal fa et is that
tndinx and that the
ted. »pile of the \ re
lalned. if cm
the
»•raft
»nturc
ist tha
ptihlie
j l id sutied fr.
I headed for V
Kilt fa. ta
ship raid of the
: > disturbing, tn
lie war with Spi
as spread that t
n the other
st on ha r i mm
fleet
*ide
The nun
lie mn;hi t tk. it into their
nu t an airship raid of our
> have tha habit. Their
-rh.iul attacks on Knglnnd
L»m taetdar. although abso
iess thus far »is eontrihu
winninc the war for Gor
bably th« y eould eovertl.'
station- or starting points
'bst::e..c from groat cities
» tv h.
sho
UNIVERSAL TRAINING
Pro', ably the session of -
ress and the tv ,\ »papers ami the pu!
Ȕurinc the first Wilson term
Unfortunately the president adopte
• ourse that was radically wron
fur playing fast arid loose with
»hile Garrison was in the cabine
Vith the result tha» precious time w;
It now is a, » opted
ihen M- Wilson was run
elief
the pi
ell kne>
ami his of
that within
! t til
Fa
we
ork that
belligerents.
ful cost we have already
tat unpreparedness does not
wir. It did not
Great Britain: it
way with us. If
I eener» ss goes at it earnestly, in a
p»Uicy for univers*! training, the op
! «nier probably will not be formid
able.
ork.nl
HOBSON AND STRATEGY
Hi hm - d reared) Hobson. w!g \ s
f gluing is country's battu« th: ugh
syndicated articles and the le» ture
platform, sees défont f. r the Germans
^jln their Italian victory. As .« military
expert he expresses the opinion that
the central powers are inviting trouble
by invading Italy, and that what ap
peers on the face to bo a triumph will
,arn out !0 ,<e ' dl » a » , « r «-•'« so
' ir l0 "* rJ aettHnir the '.var. He Tlw*
hl!1 rc:!!!on9 0!ld to » ! >= ordinär; lay
n; n v n[ '* WÄr to ,fc pi«u»iMt.
Commander Hot son » vievys on m ! u-1
m-1
ment rn the strategy of the British
commander in France some months
bit î.h won ihoir •
lor - i: ' ! * lc °f the Somme, con.
strate:
Hinder. :rg to oxeci.to his
-ira-. retirât. Hohem very trank
lv tolJ lhc r< '-* d '' r ' of ,h<> f'nndav
F' r » »let .h® British had mad.- an
°th° r blunder. II«? saw no advantage
in t,lc ^''r ,l urc of tlic old line; in fact.
be declared in words most posHlvc that
the British and French had been drav. n
into a weaker position where they
world be unable to defend thvmsel' ca
V. It. 1
OUT til«' Kf»U
I Hin
Iriibun
M)Of lit
tt
to !»
oo'or t It«* gt
»»und ft.'itt "
bl.'b In*
bad
«•binlar ■»!> r
*ni(*d
M»>
tilts kav«*
i <>**<<.
by
w it bout
a
j «'hunt
lltg til»' . >*ll'
I»*tl»*n
Nhrtivd
by II o
> »*n«*r
al ptlblu' lb.
t tin
Ul iti.- b
"on »
r«*all\
not iltlo v !*•
or> li
Hu* 1
Kilo «'1
Hu- s
Minin* Mi
t lobs*
n s f» i
s Iw» V«'
. Hint tlu
! than » '
-ms to bo w.mauled
»- lu a »etter posltl*
nd tl.it Hlmlrnhui
Probably tin- pin
\,- 1 \ iiuh'Ii about
ittuu: ?» dining the
.»u(
At
t. ndru.
U'.INt, Id
ISltsh 8«'«*!
»«•» I t thel
N t that It
is to hlllld
bin mini'n.
• Ison ..*» r»-r iSermunv now
And »loubtleaH If tho »tj»
Terril uml the neotl area»',
v e his .'»mill t ' ill the lia\ '
Hut a militai ) authority .
a disaster for the all um In j
mo\ enu iit of the Hrltish |
Kmii'-«- nnd ;» vlet»»rv f«»
.i«1 y giue of tho Auatio
Noi th.m Italy ,u'< -brtbl
uM bo of more
end*
the deck
uf :v h»nu
HERE AND THERE
end t»*
M t ikebreakHr'a
n argument
Ja» K 1-Yi'at made a
the Indian summer oi
ha h y Journal.
Throwing rooks at a
house is not good nidi
Oregonian.
They a tv still calling It "meat
trust." but there's no trust in that
shop. Atlantic »'onstltutlon
The Kaiser asked a Herlin srer if
the Vmted states really meant busi
ness and was told to "read Ids uns wer
in the slats" Taeoma l.edgev
A g»H'd tllustralkm of filling an
..wkward position is being Hnaalati
ml \n hingt on with the
Holshexikt in power in IVtrograd.—
J\»m bester I'emocrat
THIS DATE IN HISTORY
1»KCEMHKH 7.
180S—Hugh Met'ulloeh, seerotary of
the treasury under Ihre«» presidents,
lK>tn iu Maine 1'i.al in Washington,
1> C. May 24. IS96
1837 l#ord Heaeonsfield (then Ben
jamin Disraeli' delivered Ills first
speech in the house of commons.
1857- President Buchanan in a mes
sage ti* congress, urged the admlaalon
.»f K .usas under the l^coinfiten eou
stitution
1SS9 Dorn 1'eilro 11.. the dothr.mcHl
'emperor of Brasil, arrived with his
family at Idsbon.
1S91—Charles H. Crisp »»f Gt*orgia
was nominated for speaker of the
house on the thirtieth ballot in caucus.
Iv4 -IVrdinaud .le la'sseps, creator
of tt • Buei , an il, dit d in Ft i . Born
there Nov. 19, ISO;*.
1902—Thomas H Ueed. former
speaker »*f the house, died in Wash
ington. D. C. Born tn Portland, Me.
t 1 S3.»
1904 Pi
itice Arthur of
i'd by the pope
THE ANNIVERSARY IN
THE EUROPEAN WAR
DKCKMBFR 7.
*i4 S, rater Poilue introduced a
tvsolutlon for investigation of I'nited
States preparation for war.
P*l > Anglo-French army in Bnl
k >ns retreated from Serbia into
191G—l.loyd George formally ac
cepted the post of British prime min
RED CROSS POEM.
Interminable folds of gauce
F >! those whom we shall never s. t
U--member when your fingers pau^.
That (a i-ry dr»-p of blood to stain
* ' l! * w'hltone«» falls for you ami m«
l'..ri of the price that ke» ps us fr.,
T * serve our own that k,. i-- U s »• •],
From shame that oth, «•
O Saviors, we hav.
J "* « ' we are ... alow,
Go»l. if that blood should cry in vain
And we have let our moment go!
—Amelia Josephine Burr.
• women know.
RIPPLING RHYMES
By Walt Mason.
-J
LAMENTATION.
When man. too tired to travel, lies down and eashn. in i .
him in the gravel, and raise a mournful din; we buv^ome'ero^n n "d
wear it: our grief, we cannot hear it; the passing of " ,e crc P e .and
certainly a sin. We sorrow for the neighbor who's taken A , „ me . nt J s i
who turns from useful labor to face untimely doom - we cn'! HTi, '
..world seems bleaker, since Jim Adolphus Meeker i»rcw ' k . •,?
wd weaker, and then passed up the flume. How sad r j
him. CUt off while ill his prime! He died we had m x .^° l1 l • mP at ^
.'q in thn 4 ..." ,0 . ate him, and
plant him in jig time; he S in the boneyard dusty who
and tl'UStV his virtue ne'er oi-aui ' '
an " hWty his virtue ne'er grew rusty- his e>WII1 Wrt5
if old Jiin could twitter, perhaps he would remark "It's
was so good sü
^° i n ^. wa ^ a cr ^ I T'e•' , But
not so dog
gone bitter, this sleeping in the dark; where endless cil ■ S ° • E '
ing Im free from all the straining, the heartache and -ü^nld ' Clfin "
pu-|and all the cares that enrk. Beneath the vagrant thistle i ... ü!I! g '
in the soil; no early morning whistle is calling me ,T lum , ü
that those who love me saw fit down here to shove me- I sieènwhf.e
those above me go broke for gas and oil. I deep while men
breaking beneath their load of fears; I sleep while hearts are "hing
and eyes are shedding tears; oh, friends, cut out the ween in pi Mo,?™
not for one who's sleonlnir» ThU ct.,nt I „.;n . . p,n ** M °urn
_ . ( f _
not for one who's sleeping! This Stunt 1 will be keeping ^for^ 0 ' 0 '4°
million years!" 1 • N
ODD EVENTS IN
TODAY'S NKWS
K'ATM
OF.TTINO USED TO
V York dru II :
fit*,000 nnmial!
Iny, ex jh'IImcs. Thr ' 1
obtiKti«'«! that allow
atiitrnuMit that tlir 1' < din t li\
ut tho mtr uf f'*
HERE S ONE WAV OUT.
Mtiinrapolla \N |i.
dl.-l*M J»II y In Stiffi.'L
lllon.' was one of th.
voive i*aae of M !'.
uraliiNt Orhro Tail,
trlet Jllduo \Y t' l„
drrldo.l (hat li In n.
toinimrary uUnioin
Y»yl»*i\
i»rn\ idr ali
tu dt«- »II
I Vl.'i filed
id b> I
WILL BE "SHOWN.
St. I .«»tils. Other
hin I- («» hr "allow n
.-.'lit l.\ when I'nited
Homan and IbiMtofll«.
an I veil hero fuun Fn
Ian tV Thoiima »>f It:
* arch of "buried t »•«-:»
who \vi»a etmvieted on
in IhtiahurK two w«*.-L
. ulhoritloa time that
612.000 In a atreet In
l'lttahurKora will atari
a few days.
M.iralml
. loi » 'rah:
with Al
Ohio, In
I hoiuna.
LUKE M'LUKE SAYS
Copyright, 1918, Cincmnut' Lnqul-gr
i
About the only time
»iot'sii t mind having i
up,*n her is when they
mirror.
A lot of people are pr
enormoua Dry vote pol ■
>o»»r. but it Is easily r\i I.
moud Peiireon Hobson t.
the Wets by stunipitn i
tho Dry».
When wo say that t
fresh we usually mc.n
spoiling for a fight.
It must be wonderful i.
woman of marriageable
w wluit your tmme w.
heme.
doegn't take many months »»f
married life t«* irunsfoim (ho ki.-.g of
e Into th«» kiss of in\«-si ratlim.
Another reason why we low a Corn
I'cil girl Is because It is easier to live
with 200 pounds of curst- ilian with
190 pounds of norves.
Th« world is Always wiilinu t»» tul
mlt that th»< man who a»lmh : . he is
wrong is all right.
An old-timer, who ha.- r - n through
the mill, has lo laugh wh.-n he hears
fellows in the middle I went les begin
to toll hard luck stories
A man uses a lot of juduinont about
buying cigars. And a woman usos a
!» t of judgment about buying hats
Hut neither can use that much Jutlg
uu-nt about gelocttng u husband for
their daughter.
Any time a woman tells you that
her husband keeps no secrets front
her you know' that her husband is a
clever liar who is an artist at keep
ing them
When a woman p:\es a party she Is
allai»! that one of the guests might go
home hungry. But when a man gives
a party he is afraid that one of the
guests might go home thirsty.
Wh.-n a man's fixe,! income from an
estate amounts to $10.000 per year we
forget to hi Ugh at him w hen he tells
us that he has an annuity »*f $10,000 a
y ear.
Our Duily Special.
About the Time You Think You
Have the World at Your Feet Your
Foot Slips.
Names is Names.
1 111 '"- x lu 11 * at Tacoma, Wash.
CURRENT ATTRACTIONS
AT BUTTE THEATERS
PEOPLES
Hippodrome vaudeville: Today
and tomorrow, new show, six »cts.
ANSONIA.
Vaudeville and moving pictures:
Today, "Fair and Warmer."
AMERICAN
Moving pictures: Today and to
morrow, "A Game of Wits."
ORPHEUM
Moving pictures: Coming Satur
day, "The Spoilers."
RIALTO
Moving pictures: Today and to
morrow. Fanny Ward in "On the
THRONGS OF PRUDENT BUYERS A'n^T
CLOSING OUT SAÉ
A Re»l Bargain Hunter's I'.,,. ,|;, c **
A SALE THAI'S SHOCKED THE Tflta
SENSATIONAL REDUCTHhk
SO THAT EVERY SINGLE PIANO WII | |, J
A SALE-THAT IS- A SAIE
OUR DOORS CLOSE
. v.-U
riANOS SLAUGHTERED FOR QUICK $|
50 PER CENT DISCOUNT 50 PI U CENT DISCO
Price» cut to the core on the best pianos on the faceof|
earth, Bauer, Packard, Bond, Cable, Kohler, ShoninRer.St
way, Knabe, new and second hand pianos anti player-pis
"WICK" 11 1 W "' K Jl "WIO
205^
DISCOUNT
rin
I'lANO
A SOl l
WITH
Mr. Wick would stand for only 20 per cent discountaml«k
to go east to persuade him to allow even lliat. Fur «rj
would he have bought them back from us than seeVismlj
piece sacrificed like we are doing with our other pianotiil
closing-out sale.
Easy Terms Cash Discom
To Responsible Buyers Who Will Ten Years' Lu ttant« in!
Mail Their Payments to Our Head ,
Office. Hacked In Manufaclufffl |
A Piano Adds Enjoyment to Any H«
The days are growing shorter and the long winter eveningil
here. Wilt your sons and daughters be forced lo go outC
evening for recreation and amusement? Why not buy a w
and keep them at home? Their friends can come over t
you will get double the enjoyment out of your piano whnj
accompanied by youthful voices raised in song.
What family would be without music for the paltry i® 1
can buy a piano for in this closing-out sale a chance of >•
time?
shohihger
A
PIANO
The Supreme
Christmas
Present
for the Whole Family
A Standing Monument to Your Generosity—A Xmas Present the ft*
Will Always Remember.
investigati
Happiest Is the Home Where Music Dwells.
MONTANA PIANO 0
210 N. Main St. 210 N. Mai®
A $50,000 Stock of the World's Best Pianos— Your Money's " or1
Your Money Back.
OPEN EVENINGS-C0ME T0N1G1
HAPPIEST is the home where music DWELLS

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