Entertaining and educational trivia filled blanks on newspaper pages.
Butte’s newsboys were heroic in their determination to deliver.
Butte’s love affair with the Columbia Gardens often made the news.
Butte catches those who would defraud citizens.
Scammers attempted to trick Butte citizens.
The Russian Bolsheviks were often in the news.
Sometimes the advertised “cure” was worse than the disease.
Prohibition continued to make the news.
The Bohunkus festival provided Butte’s youth with an outlet.
Feeding the burgeoning town was a constant challenge.
Divorce notices often told a larger story.
St. Pat’s festivities left a mark on Butte.
St. Pat’s day has always been a Butte high holiday.
Support for various fraternal organizations has always been strong.
Robbery and burglary troubled Butte’s streets.
A native American chieftain rallies the troops for WW1.
Butte’s nightlife was a constant source of entertainment.
The opening of a game arcade was big news.
Many languages were spoken in Butte’s melting pot.
The reality of prohibition sets in.